WE DREAM......WE BELIEVE!...OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS REGIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL
Special thanks to the NINE members of the Hamptones..RACHELL, 8, SOFIA, KENZIE, FIONA 7, KYLEIGH, DIANA 5, MAEVE, OLIVIA, LUNA 4 who sang the Ave Maria at a special funeral mass for
EVEN PETS HAVE A HARD TIME BEING QUARANTINED!
Meggie very much misses your greetings, pets, hugs....and, especially, the walks.
This photo and video were done BEFORE she took herself on a 30 minute run after a rabbit in the rain...and
..was finally "captured" on Eel Pot Alley!
Lawmakers are poised to finalize a state budget on March 31, which is expected to include hundreds of millions more in funding for public education. It’s crucial that we add our voice to ensure that the state’s Catholic schools receive their fair share of funding for critical programs that support our students and teachers. Take action now to send a message to your elected representatives.
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PARENTS: Please get involved in the CATHOLIC ADVOCACY NETWORK....LEARN HOW YOU CAN INFLUENCE LEGISLATION THAT WOULD IMPACT OUR SCHOOLS!
We need YOUR voice....your letters...your understanding!
Each year, OLH conducts a friendly competition to determine the most spirited class. The points to earn the spirit trophy are cumulative, beginning with summer service and ending on June 15.
Points are awarded on the basis of PERCENTAGE of class participation, actual spirit, and student attendance in school events and activities.
PREP 8- 718 POINTS
PREP 7- 801 POINTS
PREP 6- 756 POINTS
GRADE 5-819 POINTS
GRADE 4- 831 POINTS
GRADE 3- 698 POINTS
GRADE 2- 679 POINTS
GRADE 1- 690 POINTS
KDGN- 718 POINTS.
As a culminating part of an integrated Spanish, Religion, Art, History, and Geography project, students in Prep 6 made a "mock" pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain. Students have been studying about St. James the Apostle in religion and the church to which penitent pilgrims have walked from all over the world, since the medieval period, to see the burial site of Santiago (Saint James) de Compostela.
Students across all grade levels were encouraged to say "Buen Camino" as the Prep 6 students visited each classroom on their pilgrimage, reciting the Hail Mary in both English and Spanish along the way. Their journey ended with their arrival to Our Lady of Poland Church, which represented the Cathedral of Santiago.
We respect fully remind you that
“A recognized Blue Ribbon School of Excellence”- The United States Department of Education
Chartered by the New York State Department of Education
Accredited by AdvancED®, North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement
Accredited by Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges
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