For a couple of years, OLA has had a school-wide program of respect called “HATS.” HATS is an acronym for Helpful And Thoughtful Students, and HATS recognition is given to students, faculty, and staff for acts of kindness, helpfulness, and thoughtfulness. The wearing of different hats serves to remind us of the uniqueness of each [...]
At our community prayer service this morning, we celebrated Mrs. Lisa Cordell for National Catholic Principal Appreciation Day. Mrs. Cordell's quiet and compassionate leadership inspires every single person at OLA, adult and child alike, every single day. She is an absolute blessing to our school, and we love her.
Pilgrims and Native Americans in pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade enjoy a Thanksgiving feast before the Thanksgiving break.
Happy America Recycles Day! The members of OLA Catholic School's recycling club do their part every week to help keep America beautiful.
On Tuesday, the Piccadilly Puppets Company introduced our first and second grade students to the history, lifestyle, and religious practices of Georgia’s earliest inhabitants—the Cherokee. Students had a great time learning about the Cherokee creation story, the achievements of this noble tribe, and the journey remembered today as the Trail of Tears.
We are very pleased to announce that Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School has been awarded $5,000 by Staples Foundation, the private charitable arm of Staples, Inc. The money will be used to purchase Lego WeDo software and construction sets and iPad Mini 2s. Students will use these materials to practice computer programming (coding) [...]
Last night, we held an open house for prospective families. Thank you to all who attended! We were delighted to be able to host so many families and would also like to thank Father Duffy, the OLA alumnae guest speakers, and our parent and student ambassadors for making our guests feel so very welcome. [...]