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Placers Lend Helping Hands

July 9, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
Placers Lend Helping Hands

Our Summer School Program has once again been wonderfully blessed to receive the volunteerism from the Partners in Los Angeles Catholic Education Program(PLACE Corps).  These highly motivated young teachers are supporting our students with daily instruction in Math and Reading. Over the past two Summers, Placer volunteers have been awesome additions to our Summer staff as they… read more »

St. Odilia Lions Ended Another Great 2018 – 2019 School Year!

July 9, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
St. Odilia Lions Ended Another Great 2018 – 2019 School Year!

Wrapping up another fantastic school year, our parents, students, and teachers had an outstanding 2018-2019 year!  So, enjoy the pictures, and we will see you next year.  

“Winners Curriculum” is a Real Winner!

May 29, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
“Winners Curriculum” is a Real Winner!

Over the past four years, Deacon Douglas Johnson has helped our students in our after-school program understand the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, while improving their self-esteem through cultural awareness activities.  The program consists of discussions, videos, and creative writing assignments.  On May 16th, students in grades 4 – 8 received their completion… read more »

May is Mary’s Month

May 29, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
May is Mary’s Month

During this month, students participated in the May Crowning prayer service dedicated to the devotion of our Queen of Peace.  In this month, we pray for one another, and we deepen our understanding of the blessed Mother.  We also pray for peace throughout the world, asking her to help us love her as Jesus did. … read more »

Stations of the Cross: A Reminder of Jesus’ Sacrifice

April 5, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
Stations of the Cross: A Reminder of Jesus’ Sacrifice

This past Thursday, our 8th graders, under the guidance of Ms. Perales, they depicted the Stations in a well portrayed version of Jesus’ final journey as He gave His life up for us.  The Stations serve as a reminder and spiritual conviction for all Christians.  We remind ourselves that Jesus willing to create a pathway… read more »

Movie Night is a Big Hit

April 3, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
Movie Night is a Big Hit

Students and parents attended a sold out movie night last week as Spider Man filled our outdoor screen!  Popcorn, candy, and hot dogs were on sale as everybody bundled up in their favorite outdoor chairs and watched a great movie.  Our PTO did a wonderful job of hosting the 1st annual event, and we cannot… read more »

Girl’s Robotics Team Scores!

April 2, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
Girl’s Robotics Team Scores!

After months of planning and building, our Robotics Team has won its first major contest!  The girls entered their VEX robot into the L.A. Clippers annual STEM competition, and they came away with 1st Place.  On Saturday, March 31st the team was awarded $2,000.00 grant for our school, and each of them received a brand… read more »

Lent a Time to Pray, Fast, and Give Alms

March 20, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
Lent a Time to Pray, Fast, and Give Alms

Lent is a wonderful season during our liturgical year to spend time with our families in prayer, fasting, and giving alms.  Even younger students can enjoy and understand the Lenten season by participating in the traditional customs.  During Lent, it is a good time to share our talents and improve upon our prayer lives.  So,… read more »

Clifford the Dog is Back!

March 19, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
Clifford the Dog is Back!

The annual Scholastic Book Fair has returned, and Clifford the dog is on the prowl!  Students and parents set a one day purchasing record!  The books have a variety of reading levels, and many students have found their favorites.  This year the book fairs theme will focus on dinosaurs, so keep an eye out for… read more »

STEM Retreat: Class of 2019 Pilots the Project

March 13, 2019 by Vice Principal/DMD | Posted In: Uncategorized
STEM Retreat: Class of 2019 Pilots the Project

Our 8th graders recently spent 3-days and 2-nights at Camp Mariastella, in Wrightwood, California experiencing the awe of science, technology, engineering, and math in a natural environment.  Under the leadership of Ray Lopez, and his St. Vincent’s Circle V Ranch Camp Staff, students were challenged to solve real world problems as they experienced the beauty… read more »

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