Category: News

Doors of Peace – March

Doors of Peace – February

Doors of Peace – December

The upstairs classrooms combined to create The OLP Express:

Super Heroes at School

Batman and Wonder Woman spoke to our students reinforcing our theme message for the year – We are Champions by Design – choosing to serve others so that people can see Christ in us. The dynamic duo stressed the importance of being kind to others and making the right choices in life – serve others, treat people the way you want to be treated, and stand up for what is right even when it’s not the popular thing to do.


AEP Reads at OLP

First-grader Elianna M. was so excited to see her grandpa enter her classroom as part of the AEP Reads to Students Day. We thank AEP for faithfully sending a guest reader to our school each year to help show our students how fun reading is at all ages, and how important it is to share the gift of reading to younger children.

Children’s Choir Sang at Oglebay’s Light Up Night

The OLP Children’s Choir, consisting of students in grades 3-8, was invited to sing at the Light Up Night event at Oglebay Park’s Wilson Lodge. They sang Christmas music before the switch was thrown to turn on all the features of the Festival of Lights. Afterwards, they moved inside the lodge and sang for the guests.

7th Grade Collecting Coats

Help our 7th graders keep the valley warm! The students hope to collect 200 coats to donate to a local charity. Help them by purchasing a new coat or donating a gently used coat. The greatest need is for warm children’s coats. Bring your donation to school by Dec. 15th. Be a Champion by Design for PEACE!

Veteran’s Day Recognition

Grateful for and truly blessed by our Veterans. Thank you for all our freedoms! Thank you, Mr. Zack Allman, for your beautiful words and service to our country. Thank you, Mrs. Allman and the 3rd grade for hosting such a meaningful tribute.

Doors of Peace – November

5th Grade Brings Canned Goods to Catholic Charities

Whatsoever you do to the least of My people that you do unto Me – Christ. Serving others. Our Fifth graders took more than 2000 food items to Catholic Charities today to help local families. The entire school community had been collecting non-perishable food throughout the month of October.