School welcomes ‘grandpals’ to special celebration
Young and old came together to celebrate Grandpals Day at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School (OLS). The fourth-grade students led the congregation in prayer and song with the 8th grade peer helpers participating as ushers at the liturgy. Father Bob Sullivan, pastor, was the celebrant and provided some inspirational words to the students and their grandpals. Following Mass, PTO volunteers presented an array of delicious breakfast items for the visitors in the Parish Hall. It was a beautiful setting for good conversation and good food. In addition, the grandpals had an opportunity to visit their student’s classroom and meet their teacher. The reception was organized by PTO parent volunteer Catherine Sapp, chairperson for the reception.
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School fosters the religious, academic, and social development of every child, recognizing that knowledge enlightened by faith and realized through service is at the heart of Catholic education. Accredited by Cognia, the school provides a curriculum that combines Catholic faith and teachings with academic excellence. The school offers a partnership with parents in the religious formation of their children through a family-friendly environment to prepare students to be productive citizens and future leaders. The school consults with the Diocese of Birmingham Catholic Schools Office, the CDC guidelines, and the recommendations by the American Academy of Pediatrics to maintain a safe environment for students. To learn more about Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School, please visit olsschool.com.