Our Lady of Victory School’s drama program is led by Cecelia Castillon. The program culminates in our school play each spring. This year’s production is Cecelia Castillon. In January, students in grades four through eight audition for the main roles. Weekly rehearsals for these roles begin in February. Beyond the main cast, each grade, from kindergarten prep through eight, takes part in at least one musical number, with singing and dancing. The students have a great time practicing and performing. The production reinforces the camaraderie of the student body, and the two performances sell out every year.
Fun Sportz America is a multi-sport six-week program, offered three times each year at Our Lady of Victory School. The co-ed program introduces children to a variety of sports without any competitive pressure. The program is offered to OLOV students in kindergarten through grade six. The fee for participation in each six-week program is ninety-nine dollars ($99.00). Each Thursday during the program, participating students are escorted to the gym at the end of the school day. Depending on the sport and weather, the session will be held in the school gymnasium or outside. At the completion of the six-week program, each participating child receives a t-shirt and water bottle.
Fun Sportz America is operated by Jason Kirck, who is an alumnus of Our Lady of Victory School. If you have any questions about the Fun Sportz America program, please contact Jason directly at 203-980-8706 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Register for Fun Sportz!
Our Lady of Victory's Girl Scout Daisy and Brownie Troop 318 is coordinated by VIRTUS trained, parent volunteers. All girls in grades Kindergarter through Grade 6 are eligble to participate. Joining Our Lady of Victory's Girl Scout troop is a great way for your child to earn badges, enhance their faith, make friends, do arts and crafts, and more!
The Girl Scout mission states to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Girl Scout registration forms are available at the beginning of the school year at the official Girl Scout booth on parent orientation night, or by visiting the school office.
Our Lady of Victory School students in grade eight may participate in the OLOV School Yearbook Committee. The committee produces a full-color, 44-page yearbook, which captures the various aspects of student life at the school. Under the guidance of yearbook advisor and sixth grade teacher, Mrs. Ann Salemme, the students learn how to download and manipulate online images, lay out pages, and add clip art and effects to make each page unique.
The yearbook includes photos of each grade and images of all the memorable events that occur at Our Lady of Victory School throughout the year.
All are welcome to submit photos of OLOV School life to the yearbook advisor, Mrs. Ann Salemme, via email: email@example.com.