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Jr. High Vocation Awareness Day at Sacred Heart Seminary

Our Seventh Grade Students visited Sacred Heart Major Seminary as part of their study of Vocations in religion class. They attended Mass with Bishop Fisher, were given a tour of the Seminary and had lunch there also. Father Jim Horn spoke with the boys about what it means to become a priest and our girls had an opportunity to hear from Dominican Sisters about religious life. The students were encouraged to listen for God's calling to follow the best path for their lives, one that will lead to true happiness; either a single life, a married life, a religious life or a priestly life. They were told, "If you ask God, He will help you discover His plan for your life when He knows you are ready". It is truly a privilege for our students to have this opportunity to hear from people dedicated to Catholic faith.
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Student distinguished as top scorer in national competition.

Abby Archey, 7th grade student at HFRS, won an outstanding achievement award from Northwestern University's Midwest Academic Talent Search (NUMATS). She was a top scorer in the national competition, and was awarded a $600 scholarship and a medal as a top qualifier! She was invited to attend a special award ceremony in Chicago but unfortunately could not attend. Holy Family’s Department of Talent Development provides enrichment programs for students identified as gifted and talented. Students are selected based on standardized achievement test scores, grades and teacher recommendation. Students choose from a wide variety of programs starting in primary grades and continue through middle school. It’s a great program designed to challenge students academically socially and emotionally. Great job Abby, we are proud of your accomplishments!
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Congratulations to our Fall Scholar Athletes, Anna Herberholz and William Newman. These eighth grade students were nominated by their coaches and chosen by their teachers, our Principal Mr. Myers and Miss Ball, HFRS Assistant Principal. Anna is an outstanding Catholic-Christian young woman who leads by example. Respectful and vivacious, Anna lifts everyone she meets and demonstrates her convictions and compassion through service and integrity. Billy is a conscientious student and committed athlete who puts forth tremendous effort in the classroom and on the field. He is a dedicated student who is willing to go the extra mile for his studies and classwork. They are true leaders and role models that exemplify the spirit of Holy Family. We are very proud of Anna and Billy.
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Holy Family Girl Scouts Host Successful Bike Drive

Girl Scout Troop # 70738 hosted a bike drive last weekend. The girls were blessed with 27 bikes, scooters and even a few helmets! The Girl Scouts are working toward earning the Bronze Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve, through this act of service. Together with Holy Spokes, a family operated, non-profit organization located in Lake Orion, the girls fixed up the bikes and made cards to attach to the bikes. Holy Spokes said this the largest donation they have ever received. Once the bikes are in good working order they are donated to The Power Company Kids Club in Pontiac. This group will gift needy children in the Pontiac area with a bike or scooter. We are very proud of these young ladies.
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“Every Move I Make, I Make in You, Jesus”

Each year we choose a theme. It is a saying that helps us zero in on something we want the children to learn. This year we have chosen the above quote that states everything we do, will be done with Jesus at the focus.

On the first day of school we will all take the following oath:
I promise to allow the Holy Spirit to guide me always
I promise that every move I make, will reflect Jesus
I promise that every word I speak, will reflect Jesus
I promise that every decision I make, will be made after I ask the help of the Holy Spirit
I promise that every move I make, I make in you, Jesus
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Trunk or Treat

Just a reminder ...Tomorrow, Thursday October 12th, is the last day to register for Trunk or Treat. Don't miss this fun opportunity to spend quality time with your family and friends. All forms can be sent to north campus or south campus office by the end of the day tomorrow.
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