Night of Lights 4A & 4B Ornament Instructions

 
Dear 4th Grade Families,
 
All students are requested to participate in creating a themed ornament for their class trees to be displayed at the Night of Lights event on December 12th.
 
Every family has received (or will receive) a package in the mail from the Parish with a small flat wooden ornament for each student. In Art, each class decided upon a theme for their class tree with our art teacher, Mrs. Lewandowski.
 
4A’s theme is JOY – Sports (items related to favorite sports in bright colors)
4B’s theme is PEACE – Christmas animals and snowflakes (in white, red and maybe pastels)
 
Each student should create an ornament to tie in with their class theme. They can use the wooden ornament or create their own. There is one tree for 4A and one tree for 4B. Each of the beautifully decorated trees will then be auctioned off at the Night of Lights event!
 
What to do:
  • Your child creates a themed ornament.
  • Label the back of the ornament with your child’s name and homeroom class.
  • Turn in your ornament to the Parish Office by Friday, December 4th. The Parish Office is located under the JCPC (entrance door is located on Selby Avenue). The office is open from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm daily.
If any parents would like to help decorate our class trees with the ornaments and other decorations during the week of December 7th at the school/church, please let us know! We would appreciate volunteers.
 
Thank you for supporting the Night of Lights event!
 
All our best,
Liz Lee & Devony Ferraro

Night of Lights 2A, 2B, and 2C Ornament Instructions

 
Dear 2nd Grade Families,
 
All students are requested to participate in creating a themed ornament for their class trees to be displayed at the Night of Lights event on December 12th.
 
Every family has received (or will receive) a package in the mail from the Parish with a small flat wooden ornament for each student. In Art, each class decided upon a theme for their class tree with our art teacher, Mrs. Lewandowski.
 
2A: PEACE – Snowflakes/winter wonderland sparkle silver
2B: JOY – Candy! (Favorite candies, candy canes, etc.)
 
2C: HOPE – Book tree! (characters or objects, symbols from your favorite books- Madeline, Curious George, Olivia, etc.) (Ideas: draw or make a book; write a story on your ornament; paste part of a story on your ornament and decorate.) 
 
Each student should create an ornament to tie in with their class theme. They can use the wooden ornament or create their own. There is one tree for 2A, one tree for 2B, and one tree for 2C. Each of the beautifully decorated trees will then be auctioned off at the Night of Lights event!
 
What to do:
  • Student create a themed ornament.
  • Label the back of the ornament with your child’s name and homeroom class.
  • Turn in your ornament to the Parish Office by Friday, December 4th. The Parish Office is located under the JCPC (entrance door is located on Selby Avenue). The office is open from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm daily.
VOLUNTEERS: If any parents would like to help decorate our class trees with the ornaments and other decorations during the week of December 7th at the school/church, please let us know! We would appreciate volunteers.
 
Thank you for supporting the Night of Lights event!
 
Your 2nd Grade Room Parents,
Chelsea Wallace + Vanessa Stern

6th Grade Mass – Wednesday, November 25th @ 11:15 am

 
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Dear 6th Grade Parents,
 
The 6th grade students will lead the next school mass on Wednesday, November 25th at 11:15 a.m. in the school courtyard. All 6th grade students are invited to attend mass in person. 
 
Social Distancing guidelines will be in effect. Sign-up your 6th grade student as soon as possible. Please note this event has a capacity of 60 people. Any remaining spots will open to parents after the deadline.
 
    • Deadline to sign-up your 6th grader(s) is this Friday, November 20th at 3:00 p.m. After 3:00 pm, all remaining spots are open to 1 parent per family to attend with their child (no siblings).
    • Please arrive a few minutes early for temperature checks.
    • Masks are required to enter campus.
    • Mass will end at approximately at 12:15 p.m.
    • As mass is the Wednesday before the Thanksgiving holiday, students will be dismissed for the holiday following mass.
    • Students not attending in-person must attend Mass by livestream with their homeroom. Livestream information will be sent out later in the week.
Sign-up by clicking the button below
 
 
On 6th Grade Mass Day
Please Support The Church Food Pantry
 

We are asking families attending mass to support the church Food Pantry that benefits Our Lady Help of Christians Parish in South LA. Please ask your child to bring 1 item (or more).

 
Suggested non-perishable/pantry items:
  • rice
  • beans
  • vegetable oil
  • cereals
  • soups
  • canned goods
Thank you!
Mary Hayes and Katrina Johantgen