Entries for November 2020
Boy Scout Troop 251 is selling fresh Christmas wreaths again this year! Here's the link: https://giftitforward.com/ Be sure to use coupon code: Tr251ks001 and $8 will go to Holy Cross Boy Scouts in Troop 251. Preorders have started, and shipping is free!
HOLY CROSS BASKETBALL - signup now
Sign Up is now open for our Holy Cross 'Skills & Drills' basketball season. Click here to signup.
Available for Grades 3-8, girls and boys. No fee to participate.
This will be a practice only season. We will not be participatin...
It is important for parents to accept their children for who they are rather than for what they can do.
Parental attitudes often have a direct bearing on the self-concept of the child. Some parents feel guilty or disappointed if their child does not perform as well as others. These feelings...
Accreditation for Holy Cross is coming in January! During this process we get to take a deeper look into how we can improve. We need your help! Please fill out the below survey as we want to be better and need your guidance to do that.
Did you know you can order a free lunch even when we are remote? Take advantage of a free lunch!
Don’t forget to join us tonight for the
November PTO Zoom Meeting at 7PM!
We will discuss:
PTO Grandparents Day
PTO Santa Calls
PTO Adopt a Teacher
CYO Update from Holly
Topic: November PTO Meeting
Time: Nov 11, 2020 07:00 PM Centr...
Dear Holy Cross School Families,
For over 50 years, Holy Cross Catholic School and Parish has provided high quality education in a nurturing and faith-filled environment. The Holy Cross community is passionate about developing students who will “be the light” and follow the example of...
Holy Cross Night at Lion's Choice on Tuesday, November 10th from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.. Visit the 10313 Metcalf location and show this flyer for our school to receive a percentage of your purchase. Thank you for your support!
Ms. Holliday is creating a Veteran's Day presentation to be shown after mass on November 11th, 2020.
Email her the following information to have loved ones included.
HC Family Name
Veteran's Name and relationship to HC students:
What branch did they serve in...
4th graders created their own turtles using recycled materials as part of a study of creation stories. They began with the two Genesis narratives and then read several Native American myths. 4th graders noticed similar elements of light, water, land, plants, animals, humans, and tied the...