PROGRAMS

After School Program


Coordinator: Megan Thiels

*Registration fee:$25 per child
*Cost: $30/week; $6/day ($25/week for the second child in the same family)
*3:00-5:30pm each school day
*Snacks, Homework time, Play time & TV time included

OLPS After School Program Policies:

*After School Care begins on Wednesday, August 15, 2018
*Students may come on a full-time, part-time or drop-in basis.
*Drop-in After School Care payment is due upon pickup of the child.
*Payment maybe made in cash or check made payable to OLPS School.
*After School Care is provided each day from 3-5:30pm.  A late fee of $5 per every 5
minutes after 5:30pm will be charged.
*All students must be pre-registered before attending After School Care.  Parents of
students attending on a drop-in basis should send a note or notify the school by
10:30am on days the child will attend.
*After School Care each day will consist of snack, outdoor play, homework time, indoor
activities and watching TV and/or G rated movies.
*Classrooms in the Kindergarten wing will be used for After School Care.
*Students should be picked up through the doors by the covered walk.

NO AFTER SCHOOL CARE:
*Fall Festival set-up (Oct. 26)
*On half-days of school (Dec. 21)
*OLPS Field Day (May 10)
*Last day of school (May 23)

Testimonials


  • We truly love OLPS!  As an alumna of OLPS and an educator, I know my boys are getting a quality education while daily learning about their faith.   We are a family at OLPS.  My boys, husband, and I have developed friendships with people of similar values that will last a lifetime.  There is nowhere else we would rather be! (Current OLPS Parent & Alumna).. Read more
    - Blair J.
  • Madison started OLPS several weeks into her 4th grade year.  I cannot begin to explain what OLPS did for her.  Academically she was behind and all of her teachers spent the extra time she needed catch up.  She continued to get that attention through the 6th grade and ended that year with test scores higher than her grade level.  Not only has she begun to excel academically but spiritually as well.  Madison was baptized this past Easter.  She is truly happy and we are thankful to have experience all that OLPS has to offer.   (Former OLPS Parent).. Read more
    - Sharmon K.
  • As a graduate of Our Lady of Prompt Succor School, I have been the recipient of outstanding religious and academic education. Our Lady of Prompt Succor School has truly perfected the recipe for a well-rounded, successful student: academic rigor, religion classes, weekly Mass, various religious events, and an abundance of love. With several OLPS graduates scoring above 30 on the ACT, entering religious life, and becoming pillars in the community, the proof of the school’s success is all around us! Thank you to Our Lady of Prompt Succor School for your many years of offering the best in academics and faith formation! (OLPS Assistant Principal and Alumna).. Read more
    - Jessica L.
  • Loving Jesus. Loving learning. Loving others. It’s what we love about OLPS.    For the Chapman family, our commitment to OLPS revolves around two significant contributions to our children’s upbringing:  Christ and community.    We value our Catholic Christian faith, and resolved early on to do anything within our power to ensure our children would be raised with a strong sense of faith, of spirituality, of Biblical truth. While private school tuition can be a sacrifice, we determined long ago that there is no price too high for providing our children with a learning environment where a Christ was unashamedly the central focus. OLPS has met and exceeded our expectations for providing a Christ-centered academic environment for our children.    Because we want our children to become Christian men and women who are contributing members of our society, we chose to place our children in a community of like-minded parents. Our OLPS community of parents and children is tight-knit, supportive, and loving. Kids go to church together, they attend school together, they play sports together, they go to (a lot of) parties together. Essentially, these children create their own supportive little culture. Because of this frequent interaction, the parents, by .. Read more
    - Mandi C.