Initiative is the Missing Link May 13th, 2013 by Mike Reier
We need to make aggressive changes to curriculum and education to allow a premium educational opportunity that prepares students for a global business environment that few if any students are prepared for today. But that is only half of the equation. I believe that faith, values, moral fiber, teaching the ability to learn, and the love of learning (versus teaching to a test), are things that should be taught in schools.
Why I Choose OLL for My Children May 9th, 2013 by Molly Price-Munson
With all the efforts to save the school and promote enrollment, I’ve been asked by potential new families or current undecided families why I choose OLL for my family. It’s brought about renewed thoughts for me of “just why DID I choose OLL for my kids?” I’ve taken a look at many reasons why I’ve [...]
3rd Graders Love OLL May 7th, 2013 by Kim Kotila
Our 3rd graders really love OLL. Just ask them and they will tell you. Here three 3rd graders tell you what they love about OLL in their own words.
Why I Decided to Get Involved? May 7th, 2013 by Mike Reier
Over the last several months I have had many people ask me why I decided to get involved in the effort to save Our Lady of the Lake School. The answer usually surprises people.
Junior Laker Council Donates $100 to Save Their School February 19th, 2013 by Molly Price-Munson
On Valentine’s Day, a fitting day to display a very selfless and incredibly generous act of love, Our Lady of the Lake School’s own Junior Laker Council announced at morning prayer that they had decided to take some of their profits and donate it to the Save OLL School Fund in the amount of $100!!