We are very excited this year to be participating in the Jump Rope for Heart fundraising event at Our Lady of Hope. Our Kickoff Assembly will take place on April 24th followed by the Jump Rope for Heart Event Day on May 11th. Imagine kids skipping and playing with their classmates as they celebrate raising funds for critical research. That’s ... Continue reading "JUMP ROPE FOR HEART"
Plans are well on their way for the Our Lady of Hope Marlies game trip to the Ricoh Coliseum on Thursday, April 5th, 2018. Our staff, students and parent volunteers are all super excited to attend this fun-filled afternoon of hockey and anti-bullying activities. Go Marlies Go!!!
Lord, the resurrection of Your Son has given us new life and renewed hope. Help us to live as new people in pursuit of the Christian ideal. Grant us wisdom to know what we must do, the will to want to do it, the courage to undertake it, the perseverance to continue to do it, and the strength to ... Continue reading "Easter Blessings"
The OLH canSpell Bee will be held on March 2 at 1:15 p.m. Our top 10 spellers will advance to the Big Bee at the CEC on April 6, 2018. Prizes for our Big Bee will be announced on March 2! Parents are invited to come and watch the competition. Special thanks to Mrs.Steele, Mrs. DiBenedetto and Mr. Lietz for giving ... Continue reading "THE BIG BEE"
Our Lady of Hope School will be participating in The Great Big Crunch on March 1, 2018. The Great Big Crunch is a great way to get our students excited about Nutrition Month. Knowing they are a part of a cross-Canadian crunch adds even more ‘a-peel’. Our participation will promote and celebrate healthy snacking. We are thankful to Food Basics , Oak Ridges ... Continue reading "THE BIG CRUNCH"
Tips to reduce screen time:
- Embrace spring by heading outdoors to play
- Go for a family walk
- Start a new novel
- Begin a new hobby
- Keep track of your screen time and reduce your time on social media/gaming/programs
- Schedule family game nights (cards, board games)
- Exercise everyday
Healthy eating habits contribute to academic success and well-being. Visit York Region Public Health to find out more about nutrition and healthy eating.