On September 24, OLA School held its Fourth Annual Day of Service. This day is dedicated exclusively to service activities. Students in all grades participated in age-appropriate projects, both on and off campus, serving twenty organizations. For example, fifth and sixth grade students packaged 10,000 non-perishable meals for school-aged children in Africa. Third and fourth grade put together 464 snack bags for family members of children suffering from cancer. Second grade assembled over 300 toiletries kits, fifth grade made 460 sandwich lunches, and sixth grade made 100 fleece scarves for the homeless community. Seventh and eighth grade students worked in small groups off-campus. Some of their projects included visiting terminal cancer patients at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, preparing and packaging 565 meals for seniors at Senior Connections, caring for handicapped children at the Elaine Clark Center, and working in the community food gardens at the Atlanta Food Bank.