changes for tomorrow Thursday May 28, 2015:
Due to confirmation at Christ the King, all walkers
will be dismissed at 11am from the parish center doors, located in the front of
Buses will begin dismissal at 11:10. Buses will be
lined up at the back of the building.
June 3, 2015
Congratulations to the newest member of our Masterpiece Gallery; Gianna Morelli, Grade 1, Luke Gunsel, Grade 8, Ashley Farrelly, Grade 6, Julia Wroblewski, Grade 8.
Outdoor and Indoor activities from 9-12. Outdoor picnic
Includes t-shirt, ice cream/ice pop and all
BYO lunch and drink (no lunch program)
Parents are welcome for activities and
lunch (BYO). Bring a blanket and join us!
Any questions please contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Debbie Hughes, Valerie Eger, Kathleen Connolly
On Friday May 1st our 8th graders, under the guidance of Miss Daly, prepared the prayer service for our May Crowning. The Holy Family students and many parents and grandparents watched proudly as our 8th graders processed in and led our beautiful celebration. In addition, student representatives from each grade shared the special intention of their class that will be prayed for during the month of May.
Canvas and Cocktails
Friday, June 5th
7:00 – 9:30
Bishop McGann Room
will begin at 7:30
per painter (adults only)
provided: canvas, brushes, paint, a palette
and step-by-step instructions
with you: beverages and light snacks
Melissa Ganosis at 347-386-1415 no later than May 29th.
is limited; call as soon as possible to reserve your spot.
FIELD OF HONOR
Members of the National Junior Honor Society
placed flags outside of the school to pay tribute to our military men and
women, both living and deceased, for the month of May. All proceeds will be
donated to the Veteran's Association.
CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS FROM HFRS WHO PARTICIPATED IN A STEP ROBOTICS COMP AT ADELPHI UNIVERSITY ON MAY 2ND:
Team "Mr. Roboto"left to right:
Liam Hughes, Jake Connolly, Luke Gunsel, Luke Connolly (front), Frankie Marzano and Nitin Devasahayam. Coach: Joe Reid (not shown)
Nicholas Reid (not shown) was on the STEP Adelphi team, also coached by Joe.
library gift club sacrament receipient letter.docx
Gift Club – Sacraments
Many students have received the Sacraments of
Communion, Reconciliation, and Confirmation. Please remember your family and
friends can dedicate a book in honor of the sacrament your child received.
Please download the form and send it into the school main office. I have
purchased some new books and it would be wonderful to have bookplates in them.
Family Lunch Program
I have been involved with the Holy Family Lunch
Program for the last 14 years at many different capacities. I have
ran the program for the past 6, it is time that I hand over the responsibility
to someone else. Mr. Giordano and I are willing to sit down
with anyone who is interested in discuss taking over the program. We
can go over the several different options we have tried in the past and all the
vendors we have used. It is up to the next volunteer whether the
program remains the same or is changed. If you are interested please
email me at email@example.com.
Please remember if there is no volunteer, there is
no lunch program for the children.
Holy Family Regional School received a thank you note from Gloria
Schreiber, Executive Director of the Life Center of Long Island. Our student
raised $2,243 from the baby bottle campaign. “The monetary aid is very important
to the continued success of our efforts to help mothers, fathers, and their
to all students and the National Junior Honor Society for doing a wonderful job
and supporting these families that choose life.
book club letter.docx
To: Parents of Students in Grades 3 through 6
From: Anthony Giordano, Principal
Re: Mr. G’s ELA Book Club
I am writing as a follow-up to my presentation of our school’s New York State Common Core evening. In an effort to promote reading and writing in our school and home, it is my hope to implement a new school club, Mr. G’s ELA Book Club. The purpose of this club would be:
To promote parental awareness of new English Language Arts Common Core Standards for reading and writing;
To encourage and enhance a working partnership between home and school for improvement;
To introduce children to literature beyond textbook (fiction, non-fiction, historical, biographies, etc. in various subject areas);
To create a true desire to read with an emphasis on reading to learn, not just to read; and
To offer incentives for students to read and write at home – “Dress Down Day” passes will be offered.
On March 12th at 7 PM in the Bishop McGann Room, I will offer a workshop for parents (parents only) to further explain the Book Club. While all students in grades 3-6 are encouraged to participate, it would benefit the student if a parent attends the presentation. The meeting will provide a list of books for parents/ students to read, an assessment package, and ways to improve writing skills.
If you are planning to attend, please fill out the form below and return to the main office by Friday, February 27, 2015.
Mr. G’s ELA Book Club
Due Friday, February 27, 2015
Name: _______________________________ Child(ren) Grade(s): ___________________
ESTIMATED TUITION SCHEDULE 2015-2016
(Reflects a 3%increase)
5 HALF DAYS
5 FULL DAYS (8AM-2PM) $5,500.00
K THRU GRADE 8
THREE CHILDREN $9,315.00
FOUR CHILDREN $10,551.00
EACH ADDITIONAL CHILD
OVER 4 CHILDREN $1,200.00
*New Student Registration Fee Pre-K to 8: $150.00*
*Returning Student Re-registration Fee Pre-K to 8:
*Pre-K and Kindergarten Supply Fee - $50.00
additional per year
** All fees are NON REFUNDABLE**
Education works on a
relationship between the school and home; when in the view of the school that
relationship is no longer viable, parents are required to withdraw their
Student(s)’ field trips,
report cards and school records will be held if tuition is not paid up to date.
15-16 re reg reminder.docx
January 7, 2015
Pre-K through 7th grade Parents:
New Year! I can’t believe we’re already looking ahead towards an exciting
2015-2016 school year. Our in-house registration for the next school year is
approaching. I realize we’re collecting this information earlier than usual,
but in order to plan accordingly we need accurate enrollment numbers to
determine tuition. There will be a $50.00 re-registration fee for each student
returning to Holy Family Regional School.
year we will begin to re-register our present students in grades Pre-K through
7 starting January 20th. We would appreciate all registration by Friday,
January 30, 2015. To provide an
incentive for registering by January 30th, there will be no
application processing fee. A $25.00 per
student application processing fee will be in effect as of February 7, 2015.
hope you will be returning to Holy Family Regional School next year. Please
indicate your child’s placement below for September 2015 and return the tear
off and payment to your child’s teacher by Friday,
January 30th. If you should need a new registration form for Pre-K or other
siblings you may request one from the office.
you for choosing Holy Family Regional School for your child’s education, and
for your continued support!
Please complete one form per child
IN SEPTEMBER: ______________
IN SEPTEMBER: YES / NO
Student Re-Registration Fee: $50 per
** All fees are NON REFUNDABLE**
New Menu for 2015.docx
LUNCH PROGRAM - REVISED
Copies are also available in the main office.