Inspiring a love of lifelong learning
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School is a Catholic elementary school located in Dallas, Texas, that serves students from Pre-K (3 years of age) through 8th grade. At Our Lady of Perpetual Help School we provide a quality, Catholic education in a safe and nurturing environment. Knowing that life's greatest lessons extend far beyond the classroom, our teachings build upon the unconditional love of Christ. This love inspires, encourages and builds confidence in our children and our community.
- STEM Lab Grants - OLPH School is pleased to announce a $25,000 grant award from the Community Impact fund of The Dallas Foundation. These funds are designated toward the development of the STEM lab currently in the beginning stages. Another grant of $10,000 from the Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Foundation will further facilitate the completion of this project. The STEM lab will expose our students in Grades K-8 to career opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. We are very grateful to these two foundations for their support.
- The diocesan spelling bee is Thursday, January 14. OLPH entrants are Miguel Jaramillo, Grade 8, and Noah Modabberi, Grade 7. Good luck, boys!
- Buck-a-Jeans Friday, January 15.
- No school on Monday, January 18 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
- Early Dismissal Friday, January 29
- The World's Finest Chocolate school fundraiser will begin this month.
- Catholic Schools Week is January 31 - February 5. Activities for that week will be posted soon.
- The 2015-2016 School Calendar. See "Parent Resources."
- Work of Heart Award - This special award is given by The Catholic Foundation to recognize the teachers, administrators and staff of Catholic lower, middle, and high schools in the Diocese of Dallas. Is there someone special at OLPH who has touched your heart or is an unsung hero in your eyes? Click here for more information or to nominate someone.