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We Came, We Saw, We Conquered! Featured Photo

We Came, We Saw, We Conquered!

The valiant Vikings set sail in the annual Hibernian Society of Utah, Saint Patrick's Day Parade in downtown Salt Lake on Saturday, March 12. Our thanks to the many families and our HSA for helping host this event, including decorating our mighty ship, walking or riding in the parade, and representing a viking and St. Patrick who joined us on board. It was a beautiful day as the sun shone down and we celebrated our community and school! Many compliments were paid to our float and crew. Sail on Vikings with the luck of the Irish!
21 Authors in 3 Years! Featured Photo

21 Authors in 3 Years!

Saint Olaf Students LOVE to read! With 21 Author visits in 3 years, and with hundreds of books given away to students, including signed and illustrated copies by several of our guest authors, Saint Olaf is proud of our legacy of reading. Ask any Saint Olaf Student about our Read Across America Week and you'll hear tales of drawing Marty Pants blindfolded with Author/illustrator Mark Parisi or helping Alum Author/illustrator Pete Oswald perfect his Sour Grape drawing. You might hear about Mr. Sweeney's cat running across the screen as he read The Pope's Cat to students, or how inspired we felt to Draw God after visiting with Author Karen Kiefer. Students will never forget Kaela Rivera visiting us on campus when her 2nd book released, or the live presentation by Ronald James about making lifelong good choices. Author Julia Lyon showed up in costume for her presentation of A Dinosaur Named Ruth and made us all want to head to southern Utah to dig for bones. Richard Paul Evans shared his personal story and struggle with Tourette syndrome which main character Michael Vey shares. These visits and experiences were arranged to awaken and embolden our students' creativity, love of reading and adventure, and to inspire them to so many possibilities, despite challenges they may face. We think it's pretty amazing to have met and talked with 21 Authors in 3 years!
March Casual For a Cause is truly AmaZing!!! Featured Photo

March Casual For a Cause is truly AmaZing!!!

This month our Cause is in support of an event started by one of our own school families who were inspired by their son Zeke. Taken from their event site...

“amaZing Z” was inspired by our lil’ Zeke who has been making our lives so much more amazing since the day he was born. You might say, he put the “Z” in our amazing!

Our goal is to help add some “Z” (zeal, zest, zing, etc) in the form of financial contributions to amazing individuals, families and organizations that have been blessed by Down syndrome as well as raise awareness about Down syndrome.

We do this mainly by hosting a 3.21K run/walk every year on or around World Down Syndrome Day. We are able to make an enormous impact for many because of the generous and caring people in our lives. Register and find out more here: