It’s that time of year again! It is time to begin preparation for our 2021-2022 school year. Please click on the following link and complete the online registration form, Registration 2021-2022 and send in the registration fee to the school office. The fee is $125 per student or $200 per family. It is important you complete the form as soon as you can as that is how we will begin planning for next year.
We are excited to announce that in these difficult times we are planning to have an IN PERSON open house! We want you to come EXPERIENCE THE PROVIDENCE DIFFERENCE! This year’s open house will be Sunday November 1st from 1-4. We are taking extra precautions this year to help with social distancing.
1. We are assigning tour check in times based on last names.
**If a family cannot attend during this time please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange another time that is convenient for you.
2. Each family will have an individual tour with one student ambassador.
3. We are asking that families limit their group size to no more than 5 members.
4. Registration will take place in the Koetter Gym, with entrance through the main lobby.
5. The tour will be shorter in length, but will include many interactive features.
6. Mask required while in the building.
7. This year’s open house for current 8th graders only.
We cannot wait to see all the future Pioneers on November 1st!!
Almost overnight, Holy Family School shifted from a normal school routine to a virtual classroom. Teachers, parents, and students worked together to overcome the bumps in the process to make the end of the school year a success!
In the slideshow below, we’ve highlighted some of the great things that happened in the last 10 weeks of the school year.
Ohana means family. Family means no one gets left behind.
At the end of each school day, Holy Family students from preschool to 8th grade, pray the Family Prayer that begins “God made us a family.” Through this prayer, our students, faculty, and staff are reminded daily of a precious God-given gift: our Holy Family school community. This extraordinary family extends beyond the classrooms, and includes parents, grandparents, parishioners, alumni, and supporters. Each person plays a unique and vital role in this family.
As we look forward to the 2020-2021 school year, the school theme will celebrate our Holy Family family in the Hawaiian spirit with the quote from Disney’s Lilo and Stitch, “Ohana means family. Family means no one gets left behind.” The Holy Family Ohana looks out for one another, encourages, listens, works together, laughs together, and walks as one towards Christ. These are the values we instill in our students. We are more than just a building or a school – we are an Ohana.
So, get your Hawaiian shirts and flower leis ready! It’s going to be an incredible year! We are so blessed to have YOU as a part of our #HolyFamilyOhana.
God made us a family.
We need one another.
We love one another.
We forgive one another.
We work together.
We play together.
We worship together.
Together we use God’s word.
Together we grow in Christ.
Together we love all people.
Together we serve our God.
Together we hope for heaven.
These are our hopes and ideals.
Help us to attain them, O God, through Jesus Christ our Lord.