The Falcon Report

Giving Tuesday ~ Thank you for your Support

FOREVER FALCON PLEDGE
Please help Fatima
continue its tradition
of providing a foundation
for tomorrow's leaders.
WAYS TO DONATE: Facebook, Venmo, PayPal, or Mail. Follow the link for details on each way to give. We thank you so much!

OLFCA ONLINE AUCTION IS NOW OPEN ~ MAY 18-24th

WIN HERSHEY PARK TICKETS, A DAY AT THE SPA, A FRAMED PICASSO PRINT, LANDSCAPING, DANCE LESSONS, & MORE!!!
Our most important fundraiser of the year! Take a look at some of the great items offered, and remember it's all for a great cause. Thank you for your generosity!

Congratulations Class of 2021!

Completing a full academic year of in-person learning, our graduates enjoyed a beautiful ceremony before heading to attend schools all over Fairfield County. We could not be more proud!

LUAU!

Join us for our Spring Fundraiser… Hawaiian luau on Saturday,
May 22 @ 7 PM. Click "LUAU" above and scroll down to register!

OLFCA Pandemic Safety Plan

The plan was prepared by the school’s COVID Safety Committee using the guidelines published by the Connecticut State Department of Education entitled, “Adapt, Advance, Achieve: Connecticut’s Plan to Learn and Grow Together” as well as guidance provided by the Office of the Superintendent of the Diocese of Bridgeport in the document entitled, “We Face It Together: Faith, Academics, Community and Empowerment.”

Virtual Open House ~ Sun APR 18. 1:00-2:30PM (register at this link)

We'd love to share our school with you. Our academic excellence and Personalized Learning format is complemented with live, 5-day, full time classes for PreK-8th grades, a Covid-compliant environment, small class sizes, and an Aftercare program (until 6:00pm), all in a family oriented culture. Come join us!

OLFCA Sending Meals to Norwalk Hospital

Connecticut's Channel 12 News reported on one of our many efforts to help the Healthcare Heroes and Essential Workers in this crisis. Our hearts and prayers go out to them.

Fatima Donations to Food Pantry

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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