Did you know that OLMC has one of the most active Student Council’s in the Archdiocese of Newark? Led by program moderator, Mrs. Toni Essman, the student council of OLMC are elected by their peers every Spring and kick into high gear every Fall by leading timely service drives, representing our Academy as ambassadors and host events that build our school Warrior Spirit! Check out the newly elected officers and representatives and check out just a small sampling of some of the great things the students do!
2020-2021 Student Council Officers
Vice- President – Gabrielle
Student Council Moderator:Ms. Essman
2020-2021 Student Council Homeroom Representatives
We would like to thank all who were willing to participate in the Homeroom Representatives’ Elections.
We also would like to take this opportunity to thank our last year Representatives for stepping up with their commitment to the Student Council and join us this year.
They are as follow:
Grade 5: Erin & Victoria
Grade 6A: Yuimi & Haydn
Grade 7B: Jack & Alessandra
Grade 8B: Lara
Now for the Newly elected Homeroom Representatives for the 2020-2021 Academic year.
Grade 4: Lenzie & Nicholas
Grade 5: Aiden Lee & Jaelyn
Grade 6A: Robyn & Anastasia
Grade 6B: Marley & Adriana
Grade 7A: Giana & Justi
7B: Anya & Nathaniel
Grade 8A: JC & Ziah
Grade 8B: Emily
Congratulations to all!
Meetings will be held on every other Wednesday, Starting March 3, 2021 In Google Classroom. You will be invited to join the meet. Look for your invitation.
Service Projects and Events:
– Raise money for an awning in a sister-school in Houston, TX
– Collect items for “One Box – One Soldier”
– Veterans Day & International Day ceremonies
– Created the Homework Club in which 7 th & 8 th graders tutor younger students
– Penny-Drop Challenge to raise money for various charities
– Sponsor Candy Grams and Ice Cream Socials
– Support a school in Kenya – built a fence to keep lions out, helped build a library
– Raise money for St. Jude’s Children Hospital, Smile Train, and Heart Foundation
– Support Daffodils Day for the Cancer Society
– Hold various bake sales, Casual Carmel Days and food drives for the Office of Concern, the Siena House and St. Simon Stock in the Bronx