The School Climate Survey for Parents, Guardians and Caregivers will be available from April 3, 2018 through April 30, 2018.
The school climate survey is intended to identify key factors in the school that support a safe, caring and inclusive school environment, as well as areas that may require improvement.
We will be hosting our school wide Oral Communications Competition on Wednesday, April 25th at 9:15 a.m. for our Junior students and 10:40am for our Intermediate students. Three Junior representatives and three Intermediate representatives from each class will be selected to participate. The finalists from each division will be competing at the Area 4 Finals on Wednesday, May 2 at Our Lady of Hope CES. ... Continue reading "Oral Communication Finals"
Our OLA Dance Crew is flourishing! Students are now rehearsing for the upcoming “Love of Dance” Showcase which will take place at St. Elizabeth CHS Theatre on Thursday, April 12, 2018. The goal of the competition is to showcase, explore and communicate Catholic Virtues through dance. Together, the students and Mrs. Carinci have been hard at work to prepare a dance piece that embodies who ... Continue reading "Love of Dance Competition"
On Friday, April 6, 2018, the BIG BEE will take place at the Catholic Education Center at 1:00pm. The top 10 finalists from OLA will compete at the Area Spelling Bee Finals along with students from Our Lady of Hope and St. Raphael. We wish the following participants the best of luck: Matthew B., Elizabeth R., Sophia C., Victoria R., Daniel R., Jack S., Chloe ... Continue reading "Spelling Bee Area Finals"
We are excited to announce that we will be running a series of in-class workshops in partnership with STEM MINDS to bring exciting 21st century learning experiences to the students at Our Lady of the Annunciation.
Please refer to the school calendar on the right of this website for the dates of the class workshops. All technology and materials are provided by STEM ... Continue reading "STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) Workshops for Students in Grades K-8"
Healthy eating habits contribute to academic success and well-being. Visit York Region Public Health to find out more about nutrition and healthy eating.
- Time in nature can help reduce mental fatigue and improve concentration
- You’ll drink more water
- Boost happiness and decrease stress
- Boost of Vitamin D
- Strengthens our heart muscle and other muscles too!
- Social emotional connections
- Curriculum connections
Sometimes you look out the ... Continue reading "Embrace the Outdoors in the Winter"