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National Catholic Educational Association

Jesus says, “Be perfect, just as your heavenly Father
is perfect” (Mt. 5:48). Unfortunately many understand
this passage within a Western cultural notion of
perfection meaning, “without flaw.” Being without flaws
is unattainable, yet many young people today are on
a futile and potentially fatal quest to be perfect. For
these perfectionistic teens, making a small mistake is
the gravest of sins. As one teen told me recently after
making a small error causing him to make a 98 percent
on a test, “I’m better than that. I should have aced it.”
Translation: I must be perfect. I’ll accept nothing less
from myself.
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Teen Alcohol and Other Drug Use Worldwide: A Prevention Perspective

FCD Prevention Works™ is the leading international nonprofit provider of school-based substance abuse prevention services. For decades, FCD has worked worldwide to provide students and the adults who care for them with the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to make intelligent, healthy choices about alcohol, tobacco and other drug use.
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Thanksgiving Feast Sign Up - Tuesday, November 20

You are invited to celebrate Thanksgiving and Veteran's Day with your student(s) and family. The menu will be Turkey Roll with Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Salad, Dinner Roll, and Cake. We will be honoring our Veterans during the Feast, so please feel free to invite family and friends who are currently serving/have served in the Armed Forces.
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Re-Take Individual Picture Day

Lifetouch will be here to re-take Individuals Pictures on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Please send your child to school in their "Friday/Dress" uniform if they did not have their picture taken last month. Please use the ID UM448086Q1 to order online.
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Hall of Heroes

Join us for our annual Hall of Heroes! Students can submit photos and materials of loved ones who have served in the Armed Forces; the St. Olaf Hall of Heroes will be available for viewing next week, starting Monday, November 12th!
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Saint Olaf's Halloween Carnival

Friday night was a Spooktacular event! Our thanks go out to our middle schoolers and faculty to help to make it an incredible event. Special thanks go out to our very own Mr. Pack. Mr. Pack was the driving force in making this event a success.
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Capital Campaign Project

Learning is not a spectator sport. It requires creativity, discipline, commitment, and active listening. This is especially true at Saint Olaf School where students are expected to be engaged in their education, discover and develop their strengths and fulfill their academic goals. Learning also requires an environment conducive to fostering student development both in and outside of the classroom. Despite the staff's diligence in creating this type of environment, nothing can completely replace a facility to match the hands-on sport of learning.
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