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Welcome to Our Lady of Lourdes School

Welcome!
Our theme for the 2016-17 school year:
We are partners in peace with Christ!


Students may begin wearing their summer uniforms on
Monday, May 1st!

He is risen! Let us rejoice!  
May the peace of the risen Lord be with you this joyful Easter season.

Thank you, Bishop Barres for such a beautiful Mass on Saturday, April 1st. Our students who attended were thrilled to meet you, especially since they had watched your video the day before.  Thank you also for the blessings you sent out to the children!

Bishop Barres announced the appointment of Fr. Michael Duffy as the new pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes. We'd like to extend a warm welcome to Fr. Duffy!

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Registration continues. Please send in your registration forms to secure your children's place in next year's classes.

The OLL school community continues to keep our mayor and friend, Patti Ann McDonald, and her son, Conor, in our  thoughts and prayers. You are all a true inspiration to us and will continue to be so.

Mission Statement of Our Lady of Lourdes School
Malverne, New York

The mission of Our Lady of Lourdes School is to provide an opportunity for each child to grow in the knowledge, friendship, and love of the Lord, while aspiring to reach his or her full potential spiritually, academically, and socially. We are dedicated to creating a strong, charitable, faith community that strives to practice the examples Jesus has given us through the gospels.


The Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary  and Secondary Schools announced re-accreditation, the gold standard for measuring and evaluating school performance, to Our Lady of Lourdes School!

7th Grade Prayer Service

7th Grade Prayer Service

6th Grade trip
6th Grade Trip to
Cradle of Aviation

2016 Christmas Concert
Click here for highlights from our 2016 Christmas Concert


Toy Drive for The John Theissen Children's Foundation


Mrs. Cunnane, Ms. Castellaneta, and the Student Council Officers
The OLL student body collected ten bags of new toys to donate to the foundation!



2016 all saints
First Grade
All Saints Celebration


OLL Pink-Out
for Breast Cancer Awareness

OLL Pink-out
Our Student Council, under the guidance of Mr. Musto and Mrs. Cunnane, organized a dress down day to raise money to help support breast cancer research.

Thank you to everyone who helps make OLLS such a great success!  As a dedicated team, we will continue to provide a warm, wonderful, nourishing, faith and family community committed to living out the word of our Lord!


Share God's loving mercy.
  May we continue to keep mercy and peace in our hearts.

Highlights From Pope Francis' Installation
Respect Life! Pray for Peace!

Please remember in your prayers all victims of violence and natural disasters.
May Jesus and our Blessed Mother keep them in their loving care.

Catholic Schools Week - Faith Painting



Our 3D Printer
3D Printer


 Welcome all alumni!
We'd like to thank all those who have supported us through the Catholic Alumni Partnership. A special thank you also to our parish family who continues to support all our endeavors!

It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness!
Mrs. Mary Carmel Murphy

Recent News


 May you all be blessed with good health and happiness throughout the year!

Congratulations  and thanks to Sophia Sommers and Faith Wladyka who represented OLL at the 1st Diocesan STEM Fair .

Ladies Night Out

Thank you to Sofia Beckenhaupt and Jennifer Darcy who chaired this marvelous event!
Special thanks to the committee for all their hard work:
Andrea Glassing, Lorena & Samantha Howell, Sue Korth,
Melissa McCarthy, Gail Morsellino, Dawn O'Brien, Christine Taylor, Theresa Ventrudo
A wonderful time was had by all!
 
Congratulations to our 7th and 8th grade students who did a fantastic job at St. Aidan's Mock Trial!

Congratulations to our 8th grade CYO cheerleaders who won "Best Dance", our 6th & 7th grade cheerleaders who won "Best Cheer" & our 5th grade cheerleaders who won "Best Motions & Jumps" at their competition at Holy Trinity DHS.

Our 4th and 5th graders did a Lenten Service project similar to the project our students did for Catholic Schools Week. This time the students made "Love Rock" (shamrock) well wishes bags with prayers and gold nugget candy. The bags were distributed at Sloan Kettering at Mercy Hospital. The students included their own messages to patients. They were very well received by the patients there.  We are very proud of our students and their teachers as they continue with these thoughtful service projects. See photo below for their Easter project!

Easter gift bags
In keepin
g with the theme of "Catholic Schools, communities of  faith, knowledge, and service" students in grade 4 and 5 made Easter themed gift bags for cancer patients at  Sloan Kettering Cancer Center at Mercy Hospital.


Thank you, Fr. John, and all who participated in our opening Mass for Catholic Schools Week. Our Open House was a great success thanks to all our student and parent volunteers, especially our School Board, and most especially to our teachers for their continued dedication to our school and our faith!

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