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© Our Lady of Guadalupe School
1115 S. Florissant Rd, St. Louis, MO 63121
Our Lady of Guadalupe School
Our motto at Our Lady of Guadalupe School is, "One with Christ in joy, love and peace". United with you in purpose, we become partners in the important task of enriching the whole person.

Our school exists because it is founded on the hope that all knowledge will be the beginning of wisdom; that faith will express itself in joyful service of the people of God. This spiritual training is the main reason you entrust your children to us. This is a sacred trust given to us by God. The ultimate aim of Catholic Education is to recognize and appreciate the worth and dignity present in all individuals because they are created in God's image.

This cannot be attained entirely in the school. The home works in conjunction with the church, school and society. The school begins to impart knowledge and skills, habits and attitudes which will inspire students and the various groups to which they belong to love Christ and live according to the Word.
Philosophy
Our Lady of Guadalupe School Community declares its mission is to holistically instill the values of Jesus in each child through positive attitudes, academic growth, responsible citizenship, and an appreciation of cultural and religious differences, in cooperation with the parents/guardians as their first teachers.
Mission Statement
NEW SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY
OLG Family Handbook
2013-14
Coming soon!
Classrooms

Pre-Kindergarten
Kindergarten
1st Grade
2nd Grade
3rd Grade
4th Grade
5th Grade
6th Grade
7th Grade
8th Grade
Computer/PE
Music
Spanish
Monday, August 19, 2013
School Resources
314-524-1948
BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT
A MUST-COME EVENT FOR ALL OLG FAMILIES
Meet your teacher, meet your classmates and their families, bring your school supplies, and enjoy refreshments with the OLG family.
Click here for more details
Friday, September 20, 2013
7:00 p.m.
NIGHT AT THE MOUSE RACES
Call 522-9264 to reserve a spot
$12 per person if paid by Sept. 10
$15 per person at the door
$2 bets

Beer, Soda & Popcorn included
Raffles, 50/50, Silent Auctions
Babysitting provided for $3 a child
School Hours
School begins at 7:45 a.m. each morning. Those students arriving after 7:50 a.m. are marked tardy. Students may arrive as early as 7:30 a.m.
A teacher supervises the students from 7:30 a.m. until 7:45 a.m.

Latchkey
Our Lady of Guadalupe School has a Before School Care Program. Our program operates each school day beginning at 6:30 a.m. Students are supervised in our cafeteria until 7:30 a.m. when our arrival process begins.

Our Lady of Guadalupe also has a latchkey program which is held on every school day from 3:00p.m. - 6:00 p.m. The after school latchkey program provodes a snack for the students each day. Students have the opportunity to do homework, play on the playout or in the cafeteria, watch videos, play organized garmes, etc. Fees are payable daily unless other arrangements have been made with the latchkey supervisors.

Hot Lunch Program
There is a hot lunch available on all full days of school. A monthly menu is sent home at the beginning of each month. Students may choose to either buy hot lunch or bring their own lunch. Milk is available for purchase each day.

School uniforms
Click on link to read the new uniform policy that was revised in May 2013.

Religion Class/ Weekly Liturgies
Each student is required to participate in Religion class daily as part of our curriculum. Each class (Grades 1-8) attends Mass twice during the week.

Physical Examinations
All students new to the school and students entering grades Pre K, K, 3, & 6 are required to have a physical examination by their family physician. The physical examination form must be on file in the school office by the first day of school in order for the student to attend school. Included with the physical form must be all immunization records.

Curriculum Extras
Along with the major curricular subjects, each student in Grades K-8 will participate in Music, Physical Education, Computer, and Spanish classes once each week. Title I classes are available for students who qualify.
Click here for information about this year's upcoming school carnival.