Screen Shot 2015-04-23 at 12.00.33 PMHoly Family Third Grade Students were working on identifying the author’s point of view reading nonfiction books. We have been talking all week about how an author feels about a topic or their perspective of what’s important. Author’s always write for a purpose. Author’s want the reader to walk away after reading a book with new knowledge (nonfiction) or a moral (fiction).

Each student borrowed a nonfiction book from the library. They had to read the whole book. Then they were to pick two sections of the book, headings, and write what the author’s point of view was for each and how the student knew their statement was correct.

— Miss Veling, 3rd and 4th grade Language Arts Teacher

Screen shot 2015-04-20 at 8.54.24 AMQuentin gets the Bronze in the Elks Lodge National Hoop Shoot Competition – Quentin came in 3rd place! He made 23 of 25 free throws. Then he had a shootout with 3 other boys and outshot them to get 3rd in the Nation! Congratulations, Quentin!

MattHayesCongratulations to sophomore Claire Rauck and senior Matt Hayes (HFS Alum), who were named semi-finalists for the NTSPY Player of the Year award in Girls Basketball and Wrestling, respectively. Each also made the News & Tribune All-Area First Team in his or her respective sport.

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Additionally, freshman Hannah Wolford was named to the All-Area Second Team and sophomore Cheyenne Brooks and freshman Marissa Hornung (HFS Alum) were named to the All-Area Third Team. Coach Brad Burden was named Coach of the Year for Girls Basketball.