We are one body.
Part of the Holy Family mission is to help our students value and understand the truths and ideology of the Catholic faith. We encourage families to cherish the opportunity to worship together and to provide relevant individual and community faith experiences.
We develop in our students an ability to make choices which reflect a caring attitude towards all of God’s creation. We also provide experiences and awareness of local and global community needs to motivate the children to serve others. Beginning in our K4 class, we offer guidance to help meet the emotional, social and learning needs of our students.
“One of the most amazing things about Holy Family is the confidence the school builds in students. In today’s world, it is sometimes socially challenging to be a good person and be empathetic to others…especially those who are disadvantaged. Holy Family Parish and School was a solid foundation for Catholic faith for my kids which they will always treasure.” – Holy Family School Parent
Students attend an all school mass once a week. Each week, students are responsible for being acolytes, servers, readers, and liturgists. They attend their mass with their guardian angel.
Ash Wednesday is the beginning of Lent and our spiritual journey through prayer, penance, repentance and almsgiving. Holy Family School begins Ash Wednesday with an all school mass, which includes burying the words “Alleluia”.
Since many children around the world only have a bowl of rice to eat each day, it has been a tradition at Holy Family that the students eat a Rice Bowl lunch. There is a suggested $2.00 contribution that is donated to CRS (Catholic Relief Services) helping hands.
October is Respect Life month. The students are asked to make donations throughout the month to help those in need. It gives us a moment to reflect and know that we are all God’s children.
Items donated are diapers and clothing for babies in need, and, socks, underwear, and hygiene products for the homeless shelters