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On Wednesday, Sepember 9th, we will be having a back to school CURRICULUM NIGHT!  This is for families with students in grades 1-8.  We will use this night to welcome new families to OLC and discuss everything you need to know.  All sessions will be conducted in English.  Students in Pre-Kindergaten and Kindergarten will not be meeting since they already attended orientation before school started. 

New Families meeting will be at 6:30 PM In Halpin Hall

Children in Grades 1-5 will meet in their child's classroom to be introduced to their child's teacher this year.  Teachers will explain what is expected from their students and families and what our students and families can expect from our teachers! We will conduct 2 sessions for families with multiple children.

Session 1 for GRADES 1-5  will take place 7:00 - 7:20

Session 2 for GRADES 1-5 will take place 7:20 - 7:40

Children in Grades 6-8 will meet in our Hall to be introduced to their child's team of teachers in our Middle School.  There will be one session

Middle school meeting GRADES 6, 7 & 8  7:40 - 8:10 in Halpin Hall

We look forward to seeing you there!



I welcome you to Our Lady of Charity School for the 2015-2016 school year.  My name is Lynn LeTourneau and I am your new school principal.  I am so excited to be here at Our Lady of Charity School.  Before coming to OLC, I was the Director of Religious Education at St. Patricia in Hickory Hills, IL. I was principal at St. Andrew the Apostle in Romeoville, IL., and my first teaching position was a Junior High Math teacher at St. Joseph in Joliet, IL.   I have always worked in Catholic schools and I, myself, am a product of Catholic schools- St. Joseph and St. Anne in Chicago (now closed) was my grammar school and I also attended Maria High School, in Chicago (also now closed).  My husband and I have three girls, ages three, nine and twelve.  My children also attend Catholic school. 

I am excited to work with the fantastic staff of teachers and staff here at OLC.  Each teacher is committed to Catholic education.  Many families have come to visit me and I have had many welcomes to OLC.  I am grateful for each one of them.  Please understand that while my door is open to you, my dedication to your children makes it necessary that I spend my time throughout the school.  If you know you are coming and would like to meet with me, please make an appointment ahead of time is always appreciated so I am ready for you!  Thank you for your cooperation.