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Scholastic Olympics

Our 8th graders participated in the Scholastic Olympics at Marian and Brother Rice High School. They competed against other Catholic school students in various areas of study. We are incredibly proud of these young men and women!
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The Fall Scholar Athletes were announced by Mr. Myers at our Fall Pep Assembly. New this year, one young man and one young woman from the eighth grade is chosen from each sport. Congratulations to Emilia (Cheer), Caroline (Soccer), Sophia (Cross Country), Colin (Cross Country), Robert (Soccer), and Jackson (Football). We are very proud of these students for their accomplishments on and off the field. Way to go Wildcats!
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Students of the Month

Congratulations to our Middle School Students of the Month! Sixth Grade: Mark and Cecelia. Seventh Grade: Stella and Julia. Eighth Grade: Sergio and Megan. Students are chosen by mutual selection of teachers and meet overall school goal of academic excellence, strong character and consistent effort. We are very proud of these students, they are awesome role models for everyone at Holy Family. Keep up the great work!
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Winter Spirit Wear Online Store Is Now Open!

The winter spirit wear store offers spirit wear, including winter sport logos, for kids, parents, and grandparents. Makes a great Christmas gift! The store will be open through November 14th. Orders will be delivered to school before Christmas break.
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Celebrating The Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross

To celebrate The Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross our entire student body and staff assembled to form the HFRS Cross on our new athletic field. We are so proud of this amazing group effort by over 900 people, which provided a memorable and holy experience for everyone. Jesus Christ is the reason for Holy Family Regional School!
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“Peace Begins With Me, Let Christ’s Light Shine”

Our theme this year will focus on fairness, compassion, empathy, and justice. We will strive to form our minds into becoming Peacemakers who have order, who are content, optimistic, caring, loving and who look out for others. A Peacemaker will work through conflicts and not just talk about them. They will seek out people who can help make a difference and who will cooperatively work together to be part of the solution. Peacemakers make a positive difference in nonjudgmental ways that help build up others. Anger and mean-spirited behaviors are never part of a Peacemakers way. Peacemakers are friendly, helpful, and bring people together. They can see and understand the bigger picture around them.
All of us at every age need to reflect on how we act to make sure we are capable of being a Peacemaker. First and foremost, we are people of God. We are his people who hold His light within us. We are commissioned to spread His Word and love.
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