OLM Parent Bulletin

Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

Reflection Corner

The Transfiguration (Luke 9:28b-36)

On this second Sunday of Lent, we recall how Peter, John, and Jesus were granted a glimpse of Jesus in his glory in the Transfiguration. “His face changed in appearance and his clothing became dazzling white. And behold, two men were conversing with him, Moses and Elijah” (Luke 9:29-30). One can’t help but smile at Peter’s efforts at hospitality. Faced with the overwhelming experience of a supernatural vision, Peter eagerly offers to build tents for Jesus, Moses, and Elijah. In this moment of Scriptural humor, even Luke acknowledges “He did not know what he was saying” (Luke 9:33)

Yet the most important message of this Gospel comes from the words of God the Father. “This is my chosen Son; listen to him.” (Luke 9:34) God has granted this vision to the apostles (and by extension, to us) to bear witness to Who Jesus is and to help prepare the apostles for the crucifixion.

We remember how Jesus suffered and died for us, but we view the Crucifixion in light of the Resurrection. We know the story has the most amazing happy ending ever. The apostles, on the other hand, were living through it day by day. Their faith would be sorely tested. They would live in fear. They did not have the benefit of hindsight.

Peter, James, and John would only fully comprehend the Transfiguration in light of the Resurrection. So it is in our own lives as well. Many times there are moments that we do not fully appreciate until much later. We look back and realize that God was giving us a glimpse or working to prepare us for something that was going to happen in our lives. May we remember that God is always with us. May we always listen to Jesus speaking in our lives.



is the Virtue of the Month for March

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Morning Assembly Leaders

Our morning assemblies this week are led by the students in 4B. They are leading the recitation of the Sorrowful.Mysteries as we will do throughout the Season of Lent. Pope Francis' Intentions for the Month of March is to pray for the formation of all Christian Faith Communities throughout the world.

Our Lady of Mercy, pray for us.

SLE Focus for the Month: THOUGHTFUL Catholic Christian Learners

OLM Students are Thoughtful Catholic Christian Learners who:

Respond to Jesus's call to serve others

Value the gifts of diversity

Respect self and others.

Superstars of the Week

Congratulations to the following students:

Kindergarten Xavier Rougley

First Aizen Santiago

2A Joshua Dizon

2B Sean Viray

3A Kendrick Arenas

3B Nathan Tran

4A Nico Pasco

4B Tyler Lapid

5A Sophia Uribe

5B Ava Chiappari

6A Mikayla Lee

6B Jasmine Lam

7B Riley Bongard

8A Jaden Dela Cruz

8B Bonnie Chan

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OLM Band at St. Patrick's Parade

Congratulations to the members of our School Band and Mr. McClanahan for their participation in the St. Patrick's Day Parade last Saturday. Special thanks to our band parents for all their support!
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Invitation from the Parish

Our parish is celebrating the Easter Dawn with “Salubong” to reenact the encounter of the Risen Christ with his mother. This year, Easter Sunday falls on April 21. We would like to invite our little children to participate in this traditional devotion. If you would like your child to join and dress them as angels, please contact Sister Rosabel through her email: olmreligiouseducation@gmail.com Thank you!--
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Registration 2019 - 2020

Be on the lookout! You will be receiving a SchoolSpeak announcement about registration for 2019 - 2020 very soon. We are working hard to get most, if not all, paperwork done electronically. We are also introducing options to pay the registration fees for the coming school year. Coming very soon! Thank you very much!

Art in Action Gala / Exhibit

Please plan on coming to our Art in Acton Gala / Exhibit at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27th, at the Church Hall. See the great work of our budding artists at OLM. The exhibit remains open on Thursday, March 28th and Friday. March 29th.
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6th Grade Outdoor Ed

Our sixth graders left for their Outdoor Ed trip on Monday, March 18th. With them are their homeroom teacher, Mr. Engelbert Abellana, and Mr. Rougley! We'll see them back on Thursday! Should be one fun trip for all participants!
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OLM Choir to Sing at the Archdiocesan Choral Festival

Our choir will be performing at the Archdiocesan Choral festival on Thursday, March 21st. Here's wishing them and Mr. Fisico all the best as they represent our school at the said festival!


Starting in June 2019, the p.e. uniform will now be sold by Dennis Uniforms. We will be changing the color scheme to black sweatpants and a red crew neck sweatshirt. Our current p.e. uniform is allowed to be used for school years 2019-2020 and 2020-2021.

All students will be required to wear the Dennis Uniform style of black sweatpants and red sweatshirt starting in School Year 2021-2022.

Dennis Uniform will also begin selling our grey hooded sweatshirts on their website starting June 2019.

We still have p.e. uniforms for sale except we are going to be selling them and the grey hoodies at a discounted price.

The price structure is as follows:

Red Sweatpants- $15.00

Grey Crew neck p.e. sweatshirts- $15.00

Grey School Hoodie- $20.00

If you would like to buy p.e. clothes for next year or the following school year, please come before (starting at 7:30am) or after school (ending at 3:45pm) on these Wednesdays:

3/13, 3/20, 3/27, 4/3, 4/17

If for some reason, you are unable to make it on these days or have any questions, please email me at athletics@olmbulldogs.com to place an order.

*** We do not have any youth large or youth extra large red sweatpants available. If you need these sizes, you will need to purchase the black sweatpants from Dennis Uniform.

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Friday, March 22nd, is a School Holiday

OLM International Dinner is Back!

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Come and join the fun!

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Eighth Grade Art in Action

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