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School Handbook

The School Parent Handbook includes information about policies and procedures at Our Lady of the Lake School for Grades K-8. Parents and students are required to read the handbook, print and sign the first page, indicating they have read it and agree to abide by it, and turn it into the school office within the first two weeks of school.


The Pre-School Parent Handbook includes information about policies and procedures at Our Lady of the Lake School for Preschool. 

Playground Volunteers

If you are unable to attend your scheduled playground duty, it is your responsibility to find a replacement. Remember the safety of the children depend on our playground volunteers. Playground sign up can be found under School in your Schoolspeak account online. 


Hot Lunch Info

The hot lunch program at OLL is catered by the Westonka School District. Students deposit money into an account from which their lunch purchases are deducted. When the account balance drops below $5.00, your child will get a payment envelope as a reminder. We ask that you keep your child’s account current at all times. Payments may be dropped off at the school office.  For information on paying online, please contact Deb Bailey at the Westonka Food Service, 952-491-8088. Free and reduced applications are mailed to all families in the Westonka District or you may request one from the school office. Anyone may apply. It also helps our school in that OLL receives more benefits based on its number of free and reduced meals. Meal prices are:

  • Our Lady of the Lake Student Lunch (includes milk): $3.15

  • Reduced Price/Student: No Cost

  • Adult or Second Lunch: $3.80

  • Extra entrees such as pizza: $2.00-$3.00

  • Extra Milk or Juice: $0.50

  • Bottled Water: $0.80

For a printable menu, click on the appropriate link below:

Student Supply List

Take advantage of back-to-school sales over the summer. 


ESSENTIAL 3 Training

Volunteers are appreciated at OLL and we know the value of having parents on the playground, in the classroom, lunchroom and library and on our many field trips.  Most Reverend Bernard A. Hebda has directed all parishes and schools to have volunteers complete the Essential3 requirements. The E3 relates to the Code of Conduct, Safe Environment training (VIRTUS), a background check, Mandatory Reporting training and recredentialing is required every three years.  Your involvement here at OLL as a volunteer who interacts with children, youth, or vulnerable adult’s warrants compliance with the Archdiocese’s Safe Environment requirements.

Every adult volunteer must have “VIRTUS:  Protecting God’s Children” training. 

Essential 3 Step by Step Guide