Our Lady Of The Hamptons School, February 6


Our Lady of the Hamptons

The celebration of Catholic Schools Week featured many events that highlighted the school’s interaction with the Diocese, community and parent communities. After a very well-attended pancake breakfast, the upper grade students competed in the annual oratorical contest, with eighth-grader Isabella Sorgi and fifth-grader John Allen emerging as the first-place winners.

One hundred-eighty grandparents braved the snowy weather and celebrated Grandparents’ Day with their families and were entertained by the Hamptones and Tap Dance team. The special liturgy was celebrated by Bishop Robert Brennan of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, who then joined the faculty for lunch and toured the building.

The week ended with Class Color Day and Kerboomka, a special cardio-dance class for the entire school, led by Kershel Anthony.

The preregistration period for fall admission to Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic School is now open. Early applications are advised for the preschool, kindergarten and grades one through five. Acceptance letters will be sent on February 7.

Looking ahead to the 2014-15 school year, OLH will see the completion of the new classroom extension to the Wellness Center that will house the expanded high school prep program for grades six through eight, as well as the upgrading of the technology program and continued showcasing of its fine arts program. High school prep study skills and expanded foreign language will be offered along with Regents programs in math and biology.

Consideration is being given to opening the OLH preschool at the Southampton campus if there is sufficient registration in September 2014. The decision will be made prior to March 1. Prospective families are asked to call now for information.

Please contact the school at 283-9140 or visit the website www.olh.org for details.

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