News & Announcements

HOPE in the darkness!

Sometimes the smallest acts remind us of the light we are in this often dark world. How fitting that this first week of Advent, we lit the HOPE candle. Monday night we had about 10 families join Mrs. Dodge to carol at a tree lighting for a local Bountiful Cemetery. The staff wanted to create a few joyful events this season for families who have lost loved ones recently. Each week this month families are invited to visit the graves of loved ones, placing a light near the head stones. They then can join a bonfire for carols, treats, and conversation. Thank you Saint Olaf families for being a part of this. May we always be light and hope.

Did you know?

Did you know the School Supports several important community needs throughout the year in addition to Casual for a Causes? One such ministry is the Center of Hope which is tied directly to the school and an "original" teacher, Sr Germaine. The school helps provide perishable food 3 times a year to the center. We are blessed to be able to help this critical ministry!

Stocking Stuffer Drive: Nov 29th - Dec 3rd

Our Casual for a Cause in December supports Saint Olaf Catholic Church Council of Women. Students and families may contribute items to the Annual Stocking Stuffer project, as well as support the cause on Wednesday, December 8.
Stocking Items must be collected by Friday, December 3 to be packaged and delivered by the Council of Women to those in need. Click for more details.

2022 Basketball

This is the last call to SIGN UP for basketball for the 2022 Season. Come together, learn about the sport, learn to play as a team, and have a lot of fun competing for the school. Extra curricular activities strengthen our community and teach students valuable lessons about working together.

Thanksgiving Feast, Tuesday, Nov 23rd

Families, out of town guests, and siblings are invited to join us at the Mac Center at 11:15 AM. Breaking Bread is once again catering our Feast this year. The menu includes kid friendly and traditional Thanksgiving options. Please join us and click for more details.

Veterans Day

Though it began as Armistice Day in 1919 (celebrating the end of World War I), November 11 has been celebrated as Veterans Day in the United States since 1954. We are in awe of the generations of service represented in our community. May we always remember the tremendous sacrifices made for our country and our freedoms.
Please enjoy this tribute. With deepest gratitude for your service to all Veterans.

Spreading Halloween Happiness

Our thanks to our HSA and room rep parents who prepared and provided awesome Halloween parties in all our classrooms! Having volunteers on campus to host the parties makes all the difference to students and teachers. 3rd Graders (pictured) give you an enthusiastic two thumbs up!!!!

Hooray!

WOW! We're the big winners of ALL of this candy! A huge thank you goes out to Jc Corn who entered us into this contest. And to Bruce and Smith's Food and Drug Stores for selecting our school.
This will be put to great use at our upcoming Halloween Car Show and Halloween Carnival on October 29th beginning at 5:00 pm. One of the best nights of the year.
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