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Schedule of Events

August 24: Welcome Back Night! Parent Social 6:30 PM

August 29: Faculty returns for planning meetings: Grade 1 Parent Parent Meeting, 6:30 PM in classrooms

August 30: School Opens fro Grades 1-8, EARLY DISMISSAL 

August 31: School for Grades 1-8, EARLY DISMISSAL

PreK-4 Parent Meeting 6:00 PM in the St Francis Center

Sept 1: FULL DAY of school for Grades 1-8

PreK-3 Parent Meeting 6:00 PM in the classroom

Kindergarten Parent Meeting 6:00 PM in the Kindergarten classrooms

Sept 2: NO SCHOOL

Sept 5: NO SCHOOL - Labor Day

Sept 6: Grades 1-8 Full Day of School

PreK-4 Meet & Greet: 8:15 AM to 9:00 AM

PreK-3 Meet & Greet: 9:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Kindergarten Meet & Greet: 9:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Milk Program, Ice Cream and After School Programs start

Sept 7: Preschool and Kindergarten Start School

General PTO meeting 6:30 PM 

Meet the Teacher - Grades  2 to 8

Sept 8: Hot Lunch Program Starts

 

 

School Office Is Open From 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Monday Thru Thursday During Summer Months! 

 

News and Activities

Faculty Position Opening!

There is a job opening for a Middle School English ELA/8th Grade History position. Selectee would teach both subjects. Interested applicant should contact the school office at 781-599-4422 to speak to Principal James Grocki.

New Students' Application and Registration Form

New parents who are interested in enrolling their child for the first time into the Our Lady of the Assumption School, Application and Registration forms are located under the Admission tab above. If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the School Administrator, Amy Rogovich, at 781-599-4422.

OLA Summer Reading & Supply Lists

Click onto the following for information on specific grade Summer Reading and Supply Lists. Check back by July 1st for Grades 5 to 8 Supply Lists!
 
 

OLA Students on a Second Apple Field Trip!

Sixth graders from Our Lady of the Assumption School took a field trip on April 8 – to the Apple Store inside the Northshore Mall. This is the second class to participate in the Apple Technology Camp experience.

Two sixth grade classes each received 90 minutes of instruction from Apple education specialists, enabling them to see first-hand how technology can add value to their science projects they’re currently working on in the classroom.

OLA Students on an Apple Field Trip!

Fourth graders from Our Lady of the Assumption School took a field trip on Jan 29 – to the Apple Store inside the Northshore Mall. It’s all part of Apple Technology Camp Field Trips - a free program of workshops run at Apple stores to help students understand how newly developed applications can enhance the educational experience.

Two fourth grade classes each received 90 minutes of instruction from Apple education specialists, enabling them to see first-hand how technology can add value to database projects they’re currently working on in the classroom.

OLA Is Now Enrolling For All Grades!

 

Shriners Pull-Tab Donations

Troop 65192 would like to let you know that the Pull-Tab collection program for this school year has begun! Last year, our numbers were over 100 pounds of pull tabs, Shriners was overwhelmed with our donations. Let’s do it again this year!
 
Additionally, Troop 65192 worked very hard on the Breast Cancer awareness fundraiser making the posters, pencils, bracelets, necklaces, and selling the cupcakes at lunch raising $430 to donate to this fundraiser.  The girls also spent much of their free time and money earned form the Girl Scout cookie sales also donate to this cause.

Benjamin "Sonny" Tropeano Memorial Garden

As some of you may know, a former OLA student Benjamin "Sonny" Tropeano passed away suddenly this summer. He attended preschool and kindergarten at OLA. Andrew Walton, an OLA parishioner and senior at Essex Tech is working on his Eagle Scout Project for his troop (Troop 48 of Lynnfield).  He is planning to create a Memorial Garden in front of the OLA School around the statue of the Blessed Mother in Sonny's memory. The plan will be to clean up the area around the statue and extend the flower garden on the left and right of the Blessed Mother. As part of the Eagle Scout project, Andrew has to raise funds to complete the garden. If you would like to make a donation, you can mail a check to the OLA Rectory, 17 Grove St, Lynnfield, MA 01940 directed to OLA Memorial Garden Project.

Knights of Columbus - Lynnfield

KOC function hall is now open for OLA family functions: Birthdays, Christenings, First Communion and Confirmation Parties, Graduation, Anniversaries, Sport Banquets and more.
The hall can seat up to 80 adults.
 
Please mail this flyer with name, contact information, and date of function. Or call (339) 440-0758  for Reservation.
 

OLA's Billboard Advertisement

 

OLA  Also Has a Facebook Page and Twitter Account!

Be sure to visit the OLA Facebook page to click a "like OLA! This will increase publicity to enhance marketing the OLA experience.
 
Follow OLA on Twitter by adding @OLAEagles to your Twitter account. Look forward to informative tweets to be posted shortly!

OLA Recycle Fundraiser

Join the OLA Community and Terracycle to "upcycle" household items that are otherwise seen as trash!  Check out this flyer for more information on the brigades that OLA is participating in this year to earn cash.

Items may be dropped off in the cafeteria at the Terracycle Brigade bins and check out Terracycle's FB page at https://www.facebook.com/#!/TerraCycle

Shop with Scrip and earn Tuition Credit

The Shop with Scrip program starts back up Monday, September 9th.  Orders are placed each Monday at 9:00 am for delivery of cards on Friday of the same week.  Tuition credit is calculated based on 50% of the rebate amount issued to the school by each vendor and issued for the following year.

Please consider using this program for your everyday purchases to support the school while reducing your overall expense.  For more details, visit the Shop with Scrip page of our website.