Our Lady of Perpetual Help School
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Mission Statement
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School enables students to celebrate their God given talents by serving others in the Spirit of Christ and growing into life-long learners.
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The K-8 classes will attend the 9:00 AM mass March 19 for St. Joseph's Day. The Sisters of St. Joseph and their Associates will renew their vows and commitments at the mass. Regular school uniforms will be permitted. The oxford shirt is not required tomorrow. Those classes with physical education may wear their proper gym uniforms, which includes a sweatshirt.

All are welcome to this parish mass

Monday, April 1 is the start of warm weather uniforms. 

 

 

 


Congratulations to our CYO varsity girls for winning the championship! The boys JV played their hearts out and lost their championship game by only 3 points, but still earned their division win. We couldn’t be more proud! The teams will be bringing their trophies in to school for display!

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Renewing the Promise... Strengthening our Future
On October 2nd in Nolan Hall, OLPH PTA held a special open session. Those in attendance spent time brainstorming, collaborating and planning an extensive fundraising operation for the year. There is still much work to be done and we will need a wide variety of skill sets and experience. Thank you to all family, friends, and alumni of our school who attended. And thank you for all you do.

From The Principal's Desk
Dear OLPH Families,
I am happy to announce that two of our students have received county level awards for their entries in the respect Life Post, Essay, and Photo-Meme Contest.

BAILEY - First place winner of the grades K-2 poster contest

CATHERINE - First runner up for the grades 3-5 essay contest

Bailey and Catherine will be recognized along with other awardees from Burlington County at the RESPECT LIFE MASS on Sunday, March 3, 2019 at St. Charles Borromeo in Cinnaminson. All are welcome to attend. Congratulations, Bailey and Catherine!


The new PTA Newsletter is available. Click the Newsletter link above.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARENT PORTAL IS NOW OPEN. ALL ACCOUNTS ARE ENABLED. PLEASE CLICK ON THE 'FORGOT PASSWORD' LINK IF YOU EXPERIENCE TROUBLE LOGGING ON. AFTER 5 UNSUCCESSFUL LOGON ATTEMPTS, ACCOUNTS WILL BE LOCKED OUT FOR SECURITY REASONS AND USERS WILL NEED TO CONTACT THE SCHOOL.

Here you will find information for our fun family fundraising and community events! Click the Check Out Our PTA Page link above for more information.

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Your Amazon purchases can now help support our PTA who, in turn, support our school. Use this link when you shop to support our Amazon Smile initiative!

Check out our Biology elective and our Mad Science videos. Biology is just one of the many electives we offer to students in grades 5 through 8! Mad Science offers after-school workshops for grades K through 8.

The Monitor is one of Bishop O'Connell's primary ways of preaching the Word of God, making it a very valuable tool for families to read together. Reading The Monitor allows families to stay current with what is going on around the diocese. Click above to read highlights of stories that are being covered.