4-H is here for the summer!

4-H Exploring Your Urban Environment Summer Workshop will begin on Tuesday July 11th!  They will be holding classes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:30AM until 10:30AM.

Let us know if your child would like to join in the classes!

 

Easter Retreat!

On the last day before the Easter holiday, students and faculty participated in our annual Easter Retreat Day.  We began with a very special prayer service reenacting Jesus washing the feet of His disciples.  Eleven students and one teacher represented the twelve disciples.  It was a humbling and prayerful experience that brought many emotions to the surface for all involved.  We were thankful to have the parents who joined us as well as Father Mike who gave us a wonderful homily.  We then had a morning filled with Easter egg hunts, Stations of the Cross, holiday videos, song, and even dance with our little ones!

As we begin the homestretch of the school year, we are ready for the good weather and the activities that brings, as well as focusing on our school work with the goal of ending the school year on a high note. We are celebrating our amazing office staff on Administrative Professional Day as well as our dedicated and loving school nurse on Nurse’s Day.  Some of our students will be receiving the sacrament of Confirmation or Communion over the next few weeks and we pray that their hearts, minds, and souls are ready for these very special sacraments.  May God bless them – now and always!

SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY, MARCH 14TH

March 13, 2017

 

Dear Parent/ Guardian:

 

We received information that the New York City Public Schools are closed on Tuesday, March 14, 2017.  Therefore, Our Lady of Trust Catholic Academy and all academies and parish schools within the Diocese of Brooklyn are closed on Tuesday, March 14, 2017.

Please check the website and Option C for information regarding Wednesday.

Please be safe.

 

Sincerely,

Arlene Barcia

Principal

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