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We were challenged to fill this box up with non perishable goods, and we did! Thank you Catholic Charities of Dallas for partnering with us to give back to those in need. #OLPHProud #OLPHStrong
We are so proud of you Jonathan Cantu! Our very own OLPH alumni on National Signing Day going to the University of Dallas and running Cross Country (he is the state champ after all 😀), and Track and Field for them! #OLPHProud
Today, our final day of Catholic Schools Week we wrapped things up with a great school picture, a magic show by Helen and Joe Drakeley and TriCore poetry Contest qualifiers. #OLPHPride #OLPHStrong #OLPHCSW
Please help us with the Catholic Schools Week Teacher Photo Contest by clicking on the link
below and liking this picture by noon today. #OLPHStrong #OLPHProud #OLPHCSW
Today main focus for CSW was Succeed. This is a letter Major Johnson sent us recognizing OLPH during Catholic Schools Week. We also had 5 of our successful alumni come and talk to our students today about their own journeys. Thank you Mr. Brad Camp, Mr. Jesus Pedraza, Ms. Megan Marquez, Ms. Brianna Rodriguez, and Mr. Jonathan Cantu for your stories of faith, OLPH family, and success! #OLPHProud #OLPHStrong #OLPHCSW
Please go vote for OLPH on the Diocese of Dallas Catholic Schools Week Photo contest (little girl in a big blue box). #OLPHStrong #OLPHProud #OLPHCSW
Today for CSW we have Lead as our main focus, Leaders are creative! We had crazy sock day and our older students lead reading time with our younger students. 🧦 📚 ❤️ #OLPHStrong #OLPHCSW
Day 3 of Catholic Schools Week is a day of to Serve. We are competing at Prince of Peace for the Annual Religion Bowl. We have a community wide Catholic Charities Canned Food Drive starting today, come help us fill the blue container. Our 1st graders put on a wonderful presentation thanking our Advisory Council for their service and support to our school. Lastly, our middle schoolers serving our younger grades lunch today. #OLPHStrong #OLPHCSW
Day 2 of Catholic Schools Week, ‘Learn’ is our topic today. We all dressed up as characters in a book. #OLPHStrong #OLPHCSW
We started Catholic Schools Week with a school led Mass, Open House, and our Book Fair. We even had a special appearance by Dog Man! #OLPHProud #OLPHCSW
Today our very own Alba M. And Gael G. will be representing OLPH today at the Diocesan Spelling Bee. Best of Luck! #OLPHStrong
Please Join Us this Sunday, January 26 for Open House from 11-11:45am. #OLPHStrong
Today the teachers and staff were able to celebrate our Sr. Mercy and her newest accomplishment of becoming a US Citizen. We are very proud of your hard work and dedication Mercedes Mercy. 🇺🇸❤️ #OLPHProud
Congratulations to our newest American citizen, Sister Mercy. We are so proud of you. The Citizenship Ceremony was this morning. Over 77 people from 30 different countries were part of today’s naturalization ceremony. We are so excited for everyone and especially our Sister Mercy.
Congratulations to our 6th Grade Girls winning their season opener today!! 🏀🎉👊👏 #OLPHStrong
We pray that everyone in our OLPH community had a very Merry Christmas and 2020 brings peace and understanding to our world.
The “selfie” is a photo of our OLPH Sisters and the Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity serving in the Dallas area. Is there a better way to begin 2020 than the smiles on their faces? We are all so very blessed to have these women serving our Church and Community as they do. Thank you and God Bless each of you!
On the last day of Christmas Spirit Week, OLPH students share the joy of the holiday season by donating unwrapped toys for the patients @ Children’s Medical Center -ARCH Clinic. #Sharethejoy #CMC-ARCH #itsallaboutthechildren #OLPHChristmas 🎄💕🎄💕🎄
Thank you to all the teachers, volunteers, parents, and students for last night’s Christmas Pageant! What a fabulous evening! We will post more photos over the holidays but here are a few celebrating last night’s festivities.
OLPH Christmas Spirit Week Day 4-Christmas Spirit Day! #OLPHChristmas
Another fun day of Christmas at OLPH. Day 3 Christmas/Ugly Sweater Day. #OLPHChristmas
Christmas Spirit Week, Day 2. Today we celebrate with Christmas socks. #OLPHChristmas
Starting our Christmas Spirit Week off with festive scarves and ties. #OLPHChristmas
Our Spelling Bee winner is Alba M. in 6th Grade and the alternate is Gael G. in 8th grade. Well done both of you. We will be cheering you on at the Diocesan Spelling Bee in January! #OLPHStrong
Celebrating the Feast Day Our Lady of Guadalupe at OLPH this morning! #OLPHStrong
We had our annual Christmas visit from Christ the King Kindergarten classes today. They came to make Christmas crafts and perform their Christmas program with our EC classes. Thank you for coming to spend time with us this morning! #OLPHStrong
Thank you Sister Mercy for sharing these photos from last nights Christmas Party!!
Thank you to Mary Lynn and Bill Ryan for graciously hosting our wonderful Christmas Party last night. We had our choir come and sing Christmas Carols to the guests. They did an outstanding job. Here is a small snapshot of their performance. ❤️👼🎶 #OLPHproud
Congratulations once again to EC teacher Ms. Gildenstern!!
Congratulations to Miss Jamie, preschool teacher at OLPH Catholic School Dallas, for being one of our #collegeandheaven bulletin board competition winners! Dr. Vereecke surprised her with a visit and cupcakes for her whole class. And Mrs. Searle, OLPH Principal, was in on the fun!
We invited our teachers to design a bulletin board to illustrate our mission to help students reach college & heaven. Swipe to see what Miss Jamie wrote about her awesome design!
We’re thankful to have the best teachers in the world educating students in our Dallas Catholic schools. Thank you for taking such good care of your students on the road to college & heaven, Miss Jamie!
Thank you Bishop Lynch High School (Official) for hosting our 8th Grade students today!
🎉Bishop Lynch High School welcomed Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School's eighth grade class to campus today. The OLPH students enjoyed a pep rally performance, a school tour, presentations by administrators, and lunch in the BL Bistro. OLPH Catholic School Dallas
🌟Gerardo Martinez is an OLPH graduate who's truly shined as a Friar.
🎾Gerardo is captain of BL's tennis team and he's a member of the Robotics Club, the Asian American Club and the French National Honor Society!
👏We can't wait to welcome even more OLPH graduates to Bishop Lynch!
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We had a great Thanksgiving Celebration today at OLPH! Thank you to all that helped, donated and came to celebrate with us today.
Our 6th graders in our Robotics Club programming their robot this morning !🤖
Fall is in the air at OLPH!
Congratulations to our EC teacher, Ms. Gildenstern. She won the Diocesan wide "College and Heaven" Bulletin Board Competition. During Discover Catholic Schools Week (November 17 through 23) the Catholic Schools Office sponsored a competition across their schools to design a bulletin board that showed what “college and heaven” means to them!! As all OLPH teachers, students and parents understand, the journey starts as young as 3 years old in our Early Childhood Program. Well done Ms. Gildenstern. We are so proud of you!!
Our proud third graders and their Charlottes Web Diorama projects. Well done! Thank you Mrs. Ruenes for showing off the work of your talented students.
Photos from our Fabulous 3 rd Annual Bingo Evening at OLPH!! We SOLD OUT ahead of our evening and had great food from Scratch Kitchen and awesome drinks! Wonderful Raffle and door prizes! Thank you everyone for your support to OLPH! Hope all will plan to attend next year!!
THE 3RD ANNUAL BINGO NIGHT IS SOLD OUT!! We are excited to see everyone tomorrow evening, November 6th in the OLPH Gym for Ladies Bingo. Starts at 6:00pm. Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets and tables. We look forward to seeing you there!!
Today is All Saints Day and our 2nd grade students dressed as saints for mass today. After mass the second grade students and their 8th grade student mentors told us which saint they represented with a small fact about the saint. OLPH was blessed with the presence of St. Michael the Archangel, St. Teresa of Calcutta, St. Joseph, St. Rose of Lima, St. Anne, St. Cecilia, St. Francis, St. Jude, St. Jeremiah, St. Mary Mother of God, and we were twice blessed with St. Mary, St.Teresa of Avila, St. Monica and more. Here a few photos from the 2nd grade classroom before mass and some during mass.
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TRUNK OR TREAT! On Friday evening our students and families moved into the gym with their decorations for a Trunk or Treat Celebration. Thank you to the families and our OLPH team for making the event a magical Friday evening.
Last week we also had a visit from Medieval Times. What a wonderful way to experience history! Thank you Mrs. Fougerousse for taking the pictures and video of the very royal ceremony in our gym.
We had a very busy morning at OLPH on this very rainy Friday. We are excited to announce our very first Robotics Club for Middle School students and today was their first meeting. Bright eyed and ready to build, our middle school students meet at 7:00am on Friday mornings. The Robotics Club is led by 7th grade teacher Mr. Grosshuesch and 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Ruenes!
This morning we also had a school wide Living Rosary. The PLAN was to do our Rosary outdoors but the weather had a different idea for us. We moved our Living Rosary to the OLPH school cafeteria. With our students gathered as one in prayer, you could truly feel the presence of the Blessed Virgin and God’s hands extended to bless Our Lady of Perpetual Help School.
BINGO NOVEMBER 6, 2019!! For Bingo Table reservations and questions please contact Cathy Vance at OLPH Development at 214-352-5635. Due to the tornadoes that hit the Dallas area on Sunday evening, the Auction Source link for reservations is not working right now. You may also send an email to the Development office with questions by clicking on the Send Email button above (under the school photos on the right hand side). Thank you for your patience and understanding. Our continued prayers for everyone affected by the tornadoes.
HE DID IT!! CONGRATULATIONS Jonathan Cantu on your Cross Country State Championship!!! Jonathan is an OLPH grad and a senior at Bishop Dunne Catholic School. We are so proud of you!!!
Congratulations to our OLPH students who were awarded Blue and Red Ribbon Certificates in Speech and Drama. The Diocese wide Speech and Drama Festival was held at John Paul ll High School. Elmer had a perfect score!! Thank you John Paul II High School for hosting this event!
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