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Service Programs

Students and graduates of Our Lady of the Assumption School are living examples of the Mission Statement and Philosophy of the school, which challenge them to “develop an awareness and practice of social justice and respond to opportunities for Christian outreach and service.” The opportunities begin as early as Kindergarten with the “Got Milk?” program, which allows students to donate their extra pennies, nickels, and more, to provide fresh milk for families served by the parish food locker. Service opportunities continue to build through eighth grade with involvement in programs like the Sacramento Life Center’s “Baby Bottle Project” which provides financial support for mothers-to-be and new mothers in need.

Here are just a few examples of how during the school year OLA students give of themselves: