Our Mother of Consolation
Family Newsletter
April 16, 2021
Our Student in the Spotlight is Gabriel Dumenigo
Hello OMC Families,
The 2021 OMC Soiree is kicking off this weekend and here's what you need to know:
  • A kick-off zoom will be held on Friday 4/16 at 7 p.m. where there will be a live drawing of the raffles.

  • Please see zoom link below for Friday's Kick-off Event.


Our community's generosity has created a great list of items for our auction. Now it's time to treat yourself and support OMC at the same time. Remember all you would have spent to go to the soiree in-person (ticket, babysitter, after party) and buy something nice or a great experience for your family! There are items at lots of different price points and if you're not a bidder, there are ways to donate to support our teachers and school.

Thanks for being an important part of OMC--let's have some fun and raise money for our school this weekend! 

OMC Home and School Board

Topic: Spring Soiree Kickoff event
Time: Apr 16, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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HOT LUNCH FOR MAY 


Orders MUST be placed by
12:00PM on 4/22/2021.

**Due to our agreement with our vendor,
we are unable to accept late orders.
Click here for the menu and link to purchase.
Principal's Corner with Mrs. Sheetz
Academic highlights this week at OMC

PreK 3 and Pre K 4 students are creating beautiful projects about spring, Easter, stained glass, April Showers, and Cherry Blossoms.

Kindergarten students are learning about punctuation penguins, rubber duck addition, National Garlic Day, and Jesus.

First-grade students are playing the game “sparkle” spelling to practice for their spelling test and reading books.

Second-grade students are continuing their learning with parts of speech and reading comprehension.

Third-grade students are learning about Native Americans and acrostic poems.

Fourth-grade students are learning about the Earth’s rotation and the sinking of the Titanic cruise ship.

Fifth-grade students are reading: “What Happened to Pennsylvania Station?” and Science Friction.

Sixth-grade students are learning about Ethiopia, the Spanish-American War, and the economy.

Upper school math students continue with geometry, perimeter, and polygons on a coordinate plane.

Eighth-grade students are continuing with King Lear’s studies and the creation of music, writings, and poetry related to the division of his kingdom. The eighth-graders are doing amazing work!

Spring school uniform or OMC gym uniform
may be worn until the end of the academic year.

Technology tips:

Upcoming 2021/2022 Academic school year:
Stay tuned for upcoming events!
 
We are keeping our children as young
as we can for as long as we can!”
Have a beautiful OMC day!
Virtual Learners

Video cameras must be on in order to be marked present for the day.
Mr. Cillo's Nook
School Ministry
Stay connected with campus minister Mr. Paul Cillo.

Click here to read this week's blog!

Please click here for an update from the OMC Task Force
Don't forget!

Ice cream will be sold on Monday's and Wednesday's ONLY

If your child would like ice cream, please send them in with $1.00.

If you would like to order ice cream for your child's class to celebrate a birthday, please contact Mrs. Angelone at (215)247-1060 or sangelone@omcschool.com
2 weeks in advance to ensure inventory.

Thanks!
Any questions, please feel free to contact
Samantha Angelone at sangelone@omcschool.com
or (215) 247-1060
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