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The HFRS Eighth Grade Class of 2020

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Throwback Thursday

Today we Throwback to our Wax Museums of the past when our 5th graders dressed up and created presentations on historical explorers.
Today's Throwback is to Sylvia Trepanier who served as our Third School Principal from 1987-1991 Featured Photo

Today's Throwback is to Sylvia Trepanier who served as our Third School Principal from 1987-1991

Mrs. Sylvia Trepanier was principal at St. Ladislaus when her HFRS predecessor recommended her to Fr. Strain to become the new principal of Holy Family upon her departure. Mrs. Trepanier spent four years here until her husband's job transferred them to El Paso, TX. She has taught in New York, Texas, and Michigan at many Catholic and public schools. Her teaching career has spanned 41 years. Her favorite Holy Family story was a past field day where the 7th and 8th graders were able to purchase tickets for the dunk tank. Mrs. Trepanier and an associate priest at the time were supposed to alternate being in the dunk tank. But to her surprise, the priest was nowhere to be found when it was time to climb in. She spent the entire day in the dunk tank. She said the 7th and 8th graders were going wild for the chance to dunk their principal. As one can imagine, she was exhausted by the end of the day. Mrs. Trepanier said that everyone at Holy Family was very wonderful and that she has many fond memories. “It is with great pride to think I was part of such a distinguished educational institution.” She has since moved back to Michigan and spends her time gardening and golfing. Thank you, Mrs. Trepanier, for being such a marvelous school principal and guiding light at Holy Family.
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It was an early September day in 1980 when Holy Family Regional School welcomed its first students to a new school formed by a group of parents looking for quality Catholic education for their children. Since then, the school community has grown to become a two-campus educational home for students in Young 5 through eighth grade. Students in Young 5 through third grade attend class at the North Campus in Rochester and students in grades four through eight, attend class at the South Campus in Rochester Hills. Holy Family Regional School serves as the largest elementary school in the Archdiocese of Detroit.