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Where in the World?...GeoBee Winners!

2 weeks 15 hours ago posted by vpellechia

OLPH held its annual National Geographic GeoBee on Friday January 16th. Congratulations to 1st place winner Darby Costello and second place winner Michael Juliano! The National Geographic Bee is a competition for public schools, private schools, and homeschools in the United States Atlantic and Pacific territories, and Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS). Schools with students in grades four through eight are eligible to...Read More

OLPH Wins in BGE Wires Down Video Challenge!

2 weeks 1 day ago posted by vpellechia

We are very pleased to announce that OLPH School was one of the winners of the BGE Wires Down Video Challenge.  Our video submission took 1st place out of all of the schools in Howard County!  We will receive a certificate and a check for $1,000.

Thank you to 3rd grade teacher Miss Maria Procopio for leading our young movie stars from a variety of grades in this exciting project. Thank you to parents who allowed them to...Read More

2nd Annual Night Out for Homelessness: Working Together to Make a Difference

2 weeks 2 days ago posted by vpellechia

The 2nd annual Night Out event  raised $1148.50, 275 pounds of food and approximately 20 blankets/towels for Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center.  Our Lady of Perpetual Help school and Parish communities embraced the event and the amount of donations show how compassionate they are toward the plight of the homeless in Howard county. Thank you to 4th/5th grade teacher Mr. Tom Rolando for leading this effort by...Read More

OLPH Alumnus Selected to Share Champion of Courage Essay on Television

2 weeks 2 days ago posted by vpellechia

Congratulations to OLPH Alumnus (Class of 2013) Jeremiah Pearl on having his Champion of essay selected to be aired on televison.  This annual essay contest is for students in grades 6-12 asks the students to demonstrate how their “Champion of Courage” demonstrates the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Jeremiah selected Kurt Schmokes the first elected African-American mayor of Baltimore, Maryland and the current...Read More