Wildcat Weekly 3/28/19

Thank you to Mrs. Amy Schlanger, Mrs. Amy Degano and the numerous volunteers for their hard work and efforts to make this year's auction such a huge success. What a fun night, joining together as an OLGC community, to support our wonderful Parish community. Additionally, thank you hundreds of times over for your incredible generosity and support to the Wildcat Fund. Special thanks to Mr. Tom Weithman and his entire committee for helping us launch this crucial campaign. I am humbled by your kindness and generosity in helping us to make OLGC the best place for our students!

Our students are always working hard and sharing their talents and abilities with the OLGC community in many ways. Occasionally they even get recognition beyond the walls of school. Mrs. Iannone's eighth grade English students wrote essays, which were entered into the 2019 American Legion Essay Contest on the following prompt: "How can we address and prevent veteran homelessness in our communities?" The following students earned monetary awards: Reagan B. First-Place; Rebeca U., Second-Place; and Adam M., Honorable Mention. We are very proud of these students whose writing effort and success will be recognized at a ceremony on April 3rd at Patriot Hall in Vienna, along with Vienna Firefighters and Police who will also receive awards at that time. Town of Vienna officials have also been invited to this event. Many thanks to Mrs. Iannone for her efforts.

Just a reminder that students may not carry prescription and over the counter medications to school. Please reference pages 43-44 in our Parent Student Handbook regarding medications and their administration at school.

I hope you were able to join the Celebrate Calm presentation this week as the children certainly learned quite a bit from the assembly. Many thanks to the PTO for sponsoring this event and providing us with the opportunity to hear about how to help our children in a positive manner.

Have a wonderful weekend, hopefully spring will come back to us and the sun will shine warmly for us all!

Adrianne Jewett, Principal

The OLGC Online Photo Gallery is updated weekly with great photos of your children and their activities during the school year. You can access our SmugMug site by clicking on Photo Gallery in our upper navigation bar or by going to


Silver Knights Enrichment Classes: Spring Session Starting Soon! Go to:

Coding - Mondays 3:05-4:05, meets in Science Lab beginning April 8

Chess – Tuesdays 3:05-4:05, meets in Science Lab beginning April 2

Robotics – Thursdays 3:05-4:05, meets in Science Lab beginning April 4


OLGC Summer Fun Camp: Weeks of June 17 & June 24: Enjoy a multi-curriculum summer camp right here on the OLGC campus! We will have 2 fun-filled weeks this year for rising K-Gr 5 students. June 17 - 21 will be the theme of Amazing Animals and week 2, June 24-28, will have the theme of Open Ocean. The camp cost is $315 for each week. We request a $50 non-refundable deposit to hold your spot. You may register at Questions can be directed to

Vacation Bible School: July 15 - 19th 9 am - 12 pm! ROAR! Life is Wild - God is Good. Registration coming soon!

PowerU Summer Camp: Where kids enjoy athletic activity, free play with friends, and learn leadership themes. At PowerU, we focus on 3 fundamental principles: We recognize how important it is to keep kids physically active; We recognize how important it is for kids to have free play; We recognize how important it is to practice leadership traits. PowerU is designed to allow children the freedom to develop their creativity, imagination, and dexterity, while implementing a program to aid in growing their physical, cognitive, and emotional strength. Camps offered at OLGC July 8-12th and July 22-26th. Register online