Lourdes Letter


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Volunteer Opportunities 

Lunch & Playground Volunteers


April 27 -Sara Q & Brenda J

April 28 - Dan L, Rachel J, & Caitlyn V

May 1 - Alycia H & Jenna J

May 2 - JJ & Portia

May 3 - Deb C, Jenna J & Brittany C

Playground Volunteers - April

Playground Volunteers - May

If you are interested in lunch/playground TSF volunteer opportunity, please review the link below. If you have any questions, please contact the school office.

(920) 336-3091

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Thank you for sharing your time and talents with us! 

Please enter your TSF volunteer hours here.


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Week of:

April 26, 2023

Important Dates:

  • School Mass - 2nd Grade
  • Wednesday, April 26 - 9:00AM

  • ABC Countdown to end of school
  • Begins April 27
  • See event calendar below.

  • Second Graders - First Communion
  • Sunday, April 30 - 1:00PM

  • School Mass - 1st Grade
  • Wednesday, May 1 - 9:00AM

  • OLOL Faith, Family & Fun
  • (Parish & School families)
  • Wednesday, May 3
  • RSVP by April 30 (see info below)

  • $1 Dress Down Day
  • Friday, May 5

  • Teacher Appreciation Week
  • May 8 - 12

  • OLOL Spring Concert (K - 8)
  • Thursday, May 11 - 6:30PM
  • More info from Mrs. Lewis below.

  • OLOL Spanish Showoff Night (K-8)
  • Thursday, May 18 - 6:30-7:30PM
  • More info from Mrs. Eggart below.

  • Bounce into Summer!
  • Saturday, May 20
  • Join us for mass at 4:30PM
  • Food & Fun after mass, see info below.

  • Academic Awards Ceremony
  • Thursday, May 25 - 1:30PM

  • $1 Dress Down Day
  • Friday, May 26

  • Class of 2023 Graduation Mass
  • Wednesday, May 31 - 6:30PM

News from the School Office: 

  • When communicating with the school office via email, please send to olloffice@gracesystem.org
  • Reminder: Please send items to be included in the Lourdes Letter by Monday at 3PM.

Thank You!

   Mrs. Hendricks & Mrs. Van Den Heuvel

Letter from Principal Young

Dear OLOL Families,

Today is Administrative Professional Day. I would like to thank Lori Hendricks for the amazing job that she does in the office every single day. If I had to write up a job description for what she does in one given year, it would be at least 4 pages long.  We have a staff Christmas party each year and sometimes I hand out different awards.  Mrs. Hendricks won the award for “best attitude”  award.  Lori has been here two years and I don’t think that I have ever seen her upset.  She juggles all that she has to do with a tremendous amount of grace and patience.  Every staff member, student, and family should be so thankful that Mrs. Hendricks said yes to OLOL.  Thank you Lori!

Thank you to all that attended OLOL Trivia Night.  As usual, it was a fun evening that raised approximately $4,000 for our school.  The best news is that we reached our GRACE fundraising goal so all proceeds raised stay right here at OLOL.  I would like to upgrade some of our classroom furniture and this $4,000 will definitely help.  An extra thank you goes to Corey Coonen who chaired this event.  Thank you Corey for your dedication to this event and all that you did to help raise funds for our school and make sure everyone had a good time.

Earlier this week I was able to attend a DePere Rotary Club event in which they recognized John and Lynn Fink with the “Roses for the Living” award.  This award is given each year to a community member that goes above and beyond in service to their community.   Some of the discussions that our staff has centers on the question what does quality education sound like, feel like, and look like.  When I think about what Catholic and Christian service looks and feels like, I look at John and Lynn Fink.  Between the two of them, they put in endless hours here at OLOL just because they know it makes a difference in the lives of others.  They don’t do it for recognition.  They don’t do it for their own ego.  They do it just because it is the right thing to do and it helps out people in their community.   Their willingness to serve and put others' needs in front of their own should be modeled by all of us.  If you see Lynn or John in the next couple of weeks, be sure to say thank you.  Our school is better because of their service.

“Service is what prayer looks like when it gets of its knees and walks around the world” - Michael J Graham

Educating in mind, body, and spirit,

Jeffrey Young

Cavalier Card Winners

Students who make good choices at school are awarded Cavalier Cards. Each week we have a drawing where some lucky students win a prize. 

Kindergarten - Paxton Betzner

1st Grade - Annabelle Jenkins & Rae VerHagen

2nd Grade - Jamie Case & Harper Smith

3rd Grade - Sam Lozar

4th Grade - Amelia Turriff

Spring Concert News from Mrs. Lewis

It feels early, but there are a few important notes about the spring concert that I want to make sure to communicate with you sooner rather than later!

The Our Lady of Lourdes Spring Concert, A Year in Church Music, will be Thursday, May 11. The concert will be held in the Church and will begin at 6:30 P.M. All Kindergarten through 8th grade students are participating in the concert. The concert is a mandatory performance for all students - every voice and instrument matters - their classmates are counting on them!

Students should dress nicely for the concert. Boys should wear nice pants (no blue jeans, no sweat pants, no shorts) and a nice shirt (button down or polo shirt). Sweaters, suit coats, ties, etc. are all fine, but not necessary. Girls can wear nice pants and a nice shirt, a skirt and a nice shirt, or a dress. Skirts or dresses should reach the knee or should have leggings worn underneath. Leggings should only be worn under a skirt or tunic-length top. 

Our concert will be featuring liturgical (Mass) music that we sing throughout the year. In class, students are learning about the church calendar and the various seasons we celebrate. Each season has a specific color (or colors) associated with it. Each class is being asked to wear the liturgical color of their music’s season. From the waist up, students should be wearing a top that is at least 50% the appropriate color. The seasons and color(s) for each class are listed below:

  • Advent - 2nd Grade - purple and/or pink
  • Christmas - 3rd Grade - white
  • Ordinary Time - Kindergarten - green
  • Lent - 4th Grade - purple
  • Holy Week - 5th Grade - purple, red, and/or white **5th graders who are in the middle school choir should wear white so there is no need to change**
  • Easter - Middle School Choir - white
  • Ordinary Time - 1st Grade - green

**Band students who are in the church choir should wear white. Band students who are ONLY participating as band students, can wear whatever color they would like.**

A shirt or dress that is primarily the liturgical color, but also contains other colors is 100% fine. T-shirts may also be worn if needed. Large logos should be avoided if possible.

All band students should arrive at school and meet in the band room by 6:00 P.M. All other students should arrive in church by 6:15 P.M. All students should plan on staying for the entire concert as we will be performing as a whole school at the close of the concert.

If you have any questions, please e-mail Mrs. Lewis at mlewis@gracesystem.org.

Spanish 'Showoff Night' News from Mrs. Eggart

Hola padres,

I am very excited to share with you that Spanish Show Off Night (SSON) will be returning on May 18th at 6:30 p.m.  The last time we were able to have this event was in 2018. For those of you who have never participated in our event, SSON is a night full of laughter and fun.


In the Spanish classes, students have been learning to speak Spanish and also about the culture of different Spanish speaking countries. At the SSON, kids go beyond their comfort level to show off their language and cultural knowledge. Kids write their own skits, recite poems, sing, dance, and act for fun. Students will take you around Latin America in one night.

Attendance at the SSON is mandatory. It is part of your child's final Spanish grade. If your child does not attend, they get a zero unless they are excused by their parents. I appreciate an email letting me know in advance if your child will not be attending. 

I will also need some parent volunteers per grade level to make food for that night. In previous years, after the show, we all gathered in the cafeteria and enjoyed great Latin American dishes. An email with further clarification per grade will follow.

Thank you for supporting the Spanish program.

If you have any questions, please e-mail Mrs. Eggart at leggart@gracesystem.org


Get your Kohl's cards now! We have been notified that Kohl's will be issuing new gift cards that will not be eligible to use for payment on your Kohl's charge account. :(   The cards we have on-hand can still be used to pay on your account. Stock up now before they're gone.  

Our local supplier is now offering HyVee cards (physical cards only). These can be ordered in denominations of $25, $50 and $100 (5% rebate).

Don't forget about SCRIP when shopping for Mother's Day, Graduation, Father's Day and your summer celebrations! The RaiseRight app is very user-friendly and helps you maximize your tuition-credit earning potential!

Thank you for your continued support of OLOL SCRIP!

RSVP by April 30 for Faith, Family & Fun Night (CLICK HERE)
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Go Cavaliers!

OLOL Athletics - Cavaliers



Athletic Calendar

To learn more about the Athletic Programs at OLOL, visit our website.


GRACE Enrollment for 2023-24 

Enroll using the TADS website to complete the online enrollment process which involves answering registration questions for each child, paying the enrollment fee and setting up your tuition agreement and payment plan.

The process in its entirety must be completed to reserve your child’s seat at a GRACE school for fall 2023.

Details are available at gracesystem.org | Admissions | Re-enrollment

The nonrefundable enrollment fee is per family.

Help GRACE Grow!

Refer new families and earn an incentive for yours. We at GRACE value the support and loyalty of our school families, and are excited to announce our New Family Referral Program, which rewards our existing families with a tuition incentive for referring new families that enroll in our system.

Share the word about GRACE education with your friends and family, and be a part of building our strong, faith-based community. 

GRACE participates in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP), also known as Choice or the School Voucher Program.

This program allows eligible students who reside in Wisconsin, meet state requirements and are selected by the program to attend Catholic school tuition-free.

For Academic Year 2023-24

Apply online between February 1 and April 20, 2023. The deadline to receive required application documents is April 20, 2023 at 4:00 p.m.

Learn More -Click Here

GRACE: Gold - Summer Program Offerings!

Wednesday, July 5 – Friday, July 28, 2023

Registration is open for GRACE: Gold Summer Camp! Register quickly, before classes fill up!

To learn more, please visit these links:

NDA Summer Enrichment and Athletic Camps 

Spend your summer at NDA! Enrichment and Athletic Camps registration is open. Click here to register. 

Spanish Placement Exam 

SAVE THE DATE! The Spanish placement exam can be taken by any incoming freshman that has already registered at Notre Dame Academy for the 2023-2024 school year to help determine whether the student should be placed in a Spanish I or Spanish II course. If you know that you would like your son/daughter to start in Spanish I, he/she should NOT take the placement exam. Incoming freshmen interested in enrolling in Spanish II must take the placement exam. 

The test will be offered on-site at NDA on Saturday, March 18, 2023 from 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. We have a make-up test date: Wednesday, May 3, 2023, from 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Students MUST make one of these dates in order to enroll in Spanish 2.  

If you have any questions, please contact Amy Stover at 920-429-6175 or astover@notredameacademy.com. 

Para español haga clic aquí.

Busing Information for 2023-24 School Year

You MUST fill out an enrollment form (link below) for your student to be eligible to ride the bus. This is for all students who will be requesting busing who are residents of Green Bay only. All forms must be completed by Friday, May 5th. 

Private School Bus Enrollment Form English

Private School Bus Enrollment Form Spanish

You can contact Mrs. Cathy Kirschling at Ckirschling@notredameacademy.com with any questions or concerns. Thank you.

NDA Girls Volleyball: Girl’s Triton Youth VB Spring Clinic 

Register for the Youth VB Spring Clinic below:

Who: 6th-8th grade girls

Where: Notre Dame Academy 

When: April 11, 18, 25 and May 2, 9, 16 


NDA Dance Team

The Future Tritons Dance Program will be starting in 2023 for athletes 4K-8th Grade! If you are interested in receiving more information about the program, please fill out the interest form linked here and follow the program on Instagram.

Instagram: @FutureTritonsDance

Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Family

All Are Welcome!

Please join us for weekend mass.

  • Saturday: 4:30PM
  • Sunday: 8:15AM, 10:15AM & 6:00PM

If you were unable to join us for school or weekend masses, please visit our parish YouTube channel. The Sunday (8:15AM) and Wednesday School Masses (9:00AM) are livestreamed. Watch here.

Visit our parish website and view our parish bulletin for additional information.

Community Events

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School https://lourdesschooldepere.org/