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OUR LADY OF CHARITY SCHOOL WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

May 19, 2022


Dear Parents, Volunteer hours: parents must volunteer 15 hours to the school. We still need volunteers on Monday for Olympic Day. Call Mr. Infante if you can be here for all or for half of the day: 708-652-0262 ext. 201.

Questions about financial aid, tuition, payment dates, or refunds should be directed to the operations office. This office is staffed on Mondays and Thursdays, and can also be reached by email: finance@olc-school.org

8th grade graduation is on Wed., June 1, at 7pm in the church. Each graduate may invite up to 7 guests. If you would like to bring additional guests, please call the school office.

Two artists, Ms. Ash and Mr. Miguel, from the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago have been teaching art classes to our 6th and 7th graders. The art projects have been instructional, creative, and fun. We hope to expand the program to include additional grades in the fall.


Important dates: Monday, May 23: Olympic Day (outdoor field day) Friday, May 27: last day of school for 8th graders Monday, May 30: Memorial Day, no school Wednesday, June 1: 8th grade graduation in church at 7:00 pm Thursday, June 2: last day of the school lunch program Friday, June 3: last day of school for students in grades PK - 7; 11:30 dismissal Tuesday, June 7: summer school begins (registration form will be available in the next couple of days)


Yours in Christ, Frank S. Zárate, Jr.,

Ed.D. Principal (708) 652-0262

fzarate@olc-school.org

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