Holy Family celebrates Catholic Schools Week
Published 8:14 pm Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Greetings! and Happy New Year Parents, Guardians and to this Great community. Holy Family Early Learning Center once again celebrates Catholic Schools Week this year, January 28-February 3, 2018. Catholic Schools’ is an annual national celebration of the important role that Catholic educations playing in providing a comprehensive, value-based education.
You all know when someone stands in front of you, an elaborate, eloquent speech is expected, however, I’m not here to boast or brag about how Catholic Schools across America educate students or instill values and set the foundation for the students. I’m not going to brag about how students at Holy Family Early Learning Center leave with the ability to comprehend and excel on or beyond their counterparts, but I will tell you look at the statistics of our students and that their futures are very bright. We still believe in the traditional concept of education, the 3 R’s, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic.
We are very appreciative of our teachers, staff, volunteers and community for their contributions to our school and students. This week we are celebrating Catholic Schools Week and our theme is:” Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” This year our chairperson is Mrs. Joyce Coulston and Mrs. Jennifer Prater is the co-chairperson. Our faculty and staff are dedicated to serving the parents, community and students of Holy Family Early Learning Center.
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Planning and preparation makes perfect performance. We the faculty and staff, have been planning and preparing to make our school a continuous success with the rich tradition that has been bestowed upon Holy Family Catholic School since its conception in the 1890s.
We have been preparing for our 2018-2019 academic year by hosting registration for the next school year beginning this week. Registration fee will be $100. After February 28, 2018 the cost will increase. This is to insure students a place in the classroom. We are trying to recruit, reclaim and retain our students.
We invite you to come and share with us this week in our annual Catholic Schools Week celebration. The schedule of celebrations will be as follows:
Sunday: January 28, 2018: Opening of Catholic Schools Week, Mass in Holy Family Church at 8:00 am we are inviting all faculty, staff, students, parents, and community to come out and celebrate the beginning of Catholic Schools Week.
Monday: January 29, 2018: Students Appreciation Day, Parade on the school grounds at 9:30 am, students will have movie/popcorn at 1:30 pm and the students will have a free dress day.
Tuesday: January 30, 2018: Parents Appreciation Day. Parents are invited to eat breakfast with their child/children from 7:30-8:30 am
Wednesday: January 31, 2018: Grandparents Appreciation Day. Grandparents will visit the student’s classroom beginning at 8:30.
Thursday: February 1, 2018: Appreciation to the Natchez Community. Visit from Dr. Campbell and Mayor of Natchez, the Honorable Darryl V. Grennell
Friday: February 2, 2018: Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day. Lunch will be provided by school sponsor Home Bank.
We hope that you will come out and participate in this great celebration at Holy Family School for our 2018 Catholic Schools’ Week.
Ira S. Young is the instructional director of Holy Family Early Learning Center.