OLL Distance Learning Hub
Whether through Distance Learning or On-Campus Learning, we are committed to continuing the OLL tradition of excellence in education that began in 1949 and is now in its 71st academic year.
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Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School is committed to the development of the whole child in a faith-filled, Christ-centered, environment that nurtures hearts, inspires minds, and ignites spirits. We intend to continue to provide the community, care, commitment, and the routine of daily learning that students would receive in an in-person environment as best as possible during this time period of Distance Learning.
We commit that students will receive daily high quality teaching and the necessary support to ensure authentic learning and academic progress. Our Distance Learning Plan establishes the steps our school will make to continue high quality teaching and learning even during the period of this pandemic.
During this time of Distance Learning, continuing to emphasize our Catholic faith and values will be a major priority of our teachers and staff. Students will begin each day with prayer. Students will also take turns to lead each other in prayer. Students will be involved in planning Virtual Masses and Prayer Services, as well as various activities to bring alive our current school year theme: “We, the many, are ONE!”