Look at our garden grow! Mrs. Junius’ pre-k class worked hard to plant all the vegetables and herbs. A huge thanks to Lowes who donated the vegetable plants and to the Whitney and Schoenith families for picking up the supplies and framing the garden. SAGE can’t wait to use the produce in the cafeteria. Thank [...]
At OLA,we began Lent with Mass. Again this year as a symbol of their leadership to our school, the eighth grade students distributed the ashes. Thank you to the many parents and siblings who attended the Mass, making it an even more special start to this Lenten season.
We were blessed and honored to have Bishop Ned Shlesinger celebrate Mass with our school community yesterday morning.
Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School is seeking qualified applicants for the following 2019-20 school year positions: Teachers and Aides. Please visit our Employment Opportunities page for more information.
OLA Catholic School will be closed Tuesday, January 29, due to forecast of inclement weather.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution has published a story about the Super Kids – Super Sharing project OLA School participated in with all the other schools in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. The program began in Atlanta in 2000 when our city last hosted the Super Bowl. This year more than 100 schools participated collecting over 40,000 [...]
In January, fifth grade students planted a daffodil garden as part of the Daffodil Project. The goal of the Daffodil Project is to build a living Holocaust memorial by planting 1.5 million daffodils around the world to commemorate the 1.5 million children murdered during the Holocaust. The daffodil flower represents the yellow Star of David [...]