As we look forward to the 2020-21 school year, we face obvious challenges as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. This document contains some of the guidelines that we will follow so that, working together, we can meet those challenges.
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Spending a few moments viewing this video will give you a wonderful idea of what we are all about. REMOTE TOURS are currently available. Our Principal himself would love to show you around. Contact Stanley Steele at SSteele@OLFCatholic.org OR Call (203) 762-8100.
ALL of the offerings of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Academy's Music and Performing Arts Department have been reviewed by a pediatrician and will be held to the most stringent standards of Covid safety, often going beyond the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics. OLFCA puts the health and well-being of its students first, and is committed to guiding children to safely and creatively express themselves.
Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, Foundations in Education is privileged to announce this Tuition Assistance Fund for elementary school families suffering from the negative economic impact of COVID-19. Economic suffering includes loss of job, loss of income, COVID related medical costs, or other unanticipated hardship resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic
Dr. Steven Cheeseman, Superintendent of Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Bridgeport, issued the Re-Opening Plan to parents, students, faculty on Thursday July 9.
We all know how dedicated, skillful, and impactful Ms. Della is and how much she has brought to our school. Her PreK Distance Program is a huge success. Read all about it in the article/interview with GOOD Morning Wilton. If you are interested in speaking with us, fill in the 'Inquire or Visit' in the RightHand Corner --->
Looking forward to providing 5 full days of in class instruction this Fall, but should we need it our successful Distance Learning program is ready in the wings! Small class sizes, Covid safety protocols, distance learning...31 spots still remaining - contact us to learn more
One of our 7th graders, Abby Jones, recently organized a food drive to benefit the Wilton Food Pantry. Abby suggested the food drive during a recent Sodality meeting on Zoom. The Wilton Bulletin covered the story. The students are members of Sodality, a Catholic youth group for students in sixth through eighth grades that is largely dedicated to community service projects.
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- 100% Welcome 80% of Fatima students are Catholic
- 13 Towns Students come from all around Connecticut and New York
- 30 Charities We live to give! Students donate time, raise money & give love
- 80% Student Athletes Fatima Falcons play an average of two sports during the year
- Budding Thespians 75% of students participate in the Theatre Group