Writing Club


writing clubOLPH Writing Club participation is open to children in Grades 4 through 8 who attend OLPH School.

The primary goal of Writing Club is to help the children expand their writing abilities and method skills through creative discussion and opportunity for generating written and graphic material. Volunteer opportunities include helping to generate ideas for creative writing and attending the bi-weekly Writing Club Sessions by helping children delve into their creative writing side.  There are opportunities for demonstrating creative writing with technology to include MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Publisher, as well as cameras, video recording, podcasts, news generation via newsletters and live televised or recorded sessions.

Mary Gregorini, 4th Grade Teacher, is the primary Writing Club Coordinator.  Volunteer Coordinator Roles and Responsibilities include supporting Mary with bi-weekly sessions and providing expertise in any of the above areas, as well as being responsible for the children in attendance. Coordinators work to encourage students to appreciate and value their writing experiences, as well as those of their classmates.

All volunteers are SHIELD certified by the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

Interested? To register or for more information/schedule of meetings, contact Mary Gregorini.


Writing Club E-Newsletters

Writing Club members from grades 4 to 8 have been working hard towards the release of their first display of writing skills with the creation of the OLPH Writing Club Halloween E-Newsletter.  The members developed ideas and discussed the various writing opportunities to include a collection of Halloween short stories, poems, haikus, and limericks in the release of the Writing Club’s first E-Newsletter of the year. The e-newsletter can be downloaded below.

Halloween E-Newsletter