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Torch burns at Holy Family Learning Center

To the parents, guardians, community and stakeholders:

We know that summer is in the air, COVID-19 has put a lot of us physically, mentally, socially and financially. Going through this, we must remember to always put God first.

He will make a way when we feel there isn’t a way. With all of the uncertainties of today, we must continue to look to the future of our children tomorrow.

Holy Family School was established and dates back circa 1890, it is a beacon of light, offering a solid Catholic education foundation for all of the people regardless of race, color or creed.

We are excited to embark upon 2020-2021 holy Family Early learning Center Program. The start of another school year brings new experiences, familiar classmates, new friends and lots of fun. Holy Family Early Learning Center program offers scholars the opportunity to increase their learning and knowledge of core content subject matters.

Holy Family School has been dedicated to educating young minds over 150 years and will be dedicated to educating young minds and will be dedicated to serving our community as long as our educational services are essential.

In order for Holy Family Early Learning Center to be able to shape and mold our children to develop our scholars emotionally, physically, intellectually and spiritually, the curriculum is divided into various learning centers.

The learning centers include art, library, music/movement, group activities, blocks, construction, manipulative, dramatic play, science/nature, math, language, social skills development and worship.

Each of these activities can take place indoors or outdoors. Students will develop an increased appreciation for cultural and fine arts through engaging in participation, health and wellness activities.

Holy Family Early Learning Center is a place where, “No Child Will be Left Behind.” We hope that you will join us in our community and to continue to carry the torch for Holy Family so it will be a beacon of light and our torch will continue to burn.

Holy Family School Catholic educational institution serves students between the ages of 2 year old (potty trained) through Kindergarten. You can register your child/children from June 1-until, 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

Items needed for registration are a birth certificate, a copy of immunization records (121) form and proof of health insurance. We also accept child care vouchers.

Ira S. Young is director of Holy Family Early Learning Center. Reach her at 601-442-3947.

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