OLM Parent Bulletin
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
Jesus gives his disciples a new commandment: love one another. John 13:24
Is love the first word your family members use to describe their interactions? Love is difficult. Jesus' sacrifice for us is an example of this. Yet because of love, the glory of God is fully revealed in Jesus. God's glory is revealed in us when we act as the Body of Christ, as individuals and as a community. In the love we have for one another—difficult, challenging, sacrificial love—we find Jesus.
The Virtue of the Month for May is . . . .
Superstars of the Week
Congratulations to the following Superstars:
Kindergarten Pia Pangilinan
First Jayden Gutierrez
2A Karisma Cayas
2B Sean Viray
3A Jacob Ho
3B Abigail Rivera
4A Isaiah Perez
4B Isabelle Humbert-Rico
5A Marcus Villareal
5B Nikhil Bulchandani
6A Joey Seegmiller
6B Kate Ursua
7A Nathan Rivera
7B Andrea Escamilla
8A McKenna Seegmiller
8B Bonnie Chan
Morning Assembly Leaders
May Crowning Mass
Confirmation Information Night is at 7:00 p.m., on Wednesday, May 22nd, at the Church Hall.
Eighth Grader Events
Tuesday, May 28: Picnic
Wednesday, May 29: Eighth Grade Dinner Dance
Friday, May 31: Breakfast and Awards Ceremony at 8:30 a.m., Send off at 11:00 a.m.. Graduation at 4:30 p.m.
All the best to our 8th graders!
OLM Choir in Concert
Great job, Annie Jr. cast and crew!
Ava Marie Perez
School Picnic Day is on Friday, May 24th!
Friday, May 24th, is Picnic Day. It is a color-themed Free Dress day. Students are asked to come to school wearing the following:
Kindergarten and First Grade-1 : YELLOW top with jeans
Second and Third : RED top with jeans
Fourth and fifth: BLUE top with jeans
Sixth to Eighth: BLACK top with jeans
NOTE: Torn jeans (jeans with holes) ARE NOT allowed.
Students opting not to wear the above are expected to wear school uniforms.
Our scouts will be leading the flag ceremony this Thursday, May 23rd, as we observe Memorial Day at OLM.
Please make sure that you are on track in completing your service point requirement for this school year. You can check your total accumulated service points on School Speak. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note:
Our Lady of Mercy School requires each school family to be active members of the school community. Each family expected to meet a specified number of Service Points within the school year: 50 points for a 2-parent household and 25 points for a single parent household. Per the Family and Tuition and Participation Agreement that is signed at the beginning of the school year, families not meeting the service point requirements will be assessed a flat fee of $750.
Thank you very much!