Palm Sunday begins Holy Week. As Mr. McFall mentioned in yesterday’s Friday letter, Holy Week offers us the opportunity to examine our lives and how they are different because of the sacrifice Jesus made for us and the love he shared with us. We hope this upcoming Holy Week is filled with blessings for each and everyone one of you.
News & Announcements
Breaking Bread is excited to announce that they'll be at Saint Olaf's tomorrow, from 11AM-1:30PM! Parents, come eat lunch with us. "Our special will be a little different, next week YOU will be able to buy a teacher or staff lunch from our truck! Just Venmo $10 to @ Breaking-Bread-UT by Tuesday at 11AM and help feed a member of St. Olaf's staff." Click for more details
A beautiful addition to our parish to honor and celebrate the Solemnity of Saint Joseph.
Today begins the 4th quarter which means T-shirts, polo dresses and shorts may be worn again. Woohoo!
Meet Zeke. Zeke is 5 years old, is a younger brother to Nolan and Benny Bird in 5th grade and has Down syndrome. Zeke inspired his family to create http://amaZingZ.org which raises money for organizations that support amazing people with Down syndrome.
Wednesday is Casual for a Cause, Coffee with the Principal and our HSA Meeting. Friday there is no school or EDP.
It’s Read Across America Week! Our teachers have many fun activities planned, including Dress and your favorite Author or Book Character on Wednesday, March 3rd and daily meetings with surprise authors via Zoom. We will introduce these authors each morning. It’s going to be an awesome week!
Click for a recent Intermountain Catholic article on our Gourde Family endowment. We are blessed to have the Gourde family in our community. They are true stewards of Catholic Education. As Sister Germaine often reminds our school community, a Catholic Education must be accessible to all. The value of Catholic Education must live and breathe in us all.
Dress code is Regular School Uniform for our Class Photos. Order online at Lifetouch:
Chase was featured in a recent Intermountain Catholic article discussing his multi-award winning Science Fair Project.