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2019 One Act Play is Nominated

November 18, 2019
By Cristina Mares

The 2019 Holy Family One Act Play was nominated for the Best School Production, "Wild Strawberries!" Please help us vote and spread the word about this opportunity!

Please select The Best School Production and follow the prompts to enter your email! Voting is now open and will run through December 31. Winners will be announced in January!

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Holy Family Catholic School is a regional school that works with parents to nurture the growth of the whole child - spiritually, intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically. Our school is Catholic - promoting the teachings of the Church and inclusive of diverse cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. For any questions, please contact Ms. Cristina Mares by email cmares@holyfamilycs.org.

5/6 Flag Football Undefeated Champions

November 04, 2019
By Cristina Mares

The Blue Angels finished their season 12-0, placing 1st in their conference and winning the CAPPS Tournament.

L. Hutchinson led the team with his three amazing touchdowns. During the season, Hutchinson was a great runner on offense and maintained total control of the line of scrimmage on defense. J. Nguyen was steady as a rock when it came to rushing the passer, dropping back into coverage, or going out for a pass. Thanks to J. Foyt, we had someone to dependably get the ball in play, and he could run with blazing fast speed. L. Helal's quick feet gave us the versatility to throw to him and to have someone to count on in the defensive secondary. We couldn't even start a play without precision snaps from N. Dobson, and with him, we always had a receiver ready to grab a pass.

C. Keleman set the tone in our defensive backfield at linebacker as he handled our punt returns and was always ready to run on offense. L. Jimenez and his sneaky fast speed and flag pulling ability let us wreak havoc on the opponent's offense. A. Tuma helped stabilize the line of scrimmage with his rushing and flag pulling from the right side of the line. S. Gomez and his blistering speed gave us the ability to let him loose to run downfield at will.

B. Wilson commandeered the football at QB, and with his great running ability, he always gave us a scoring chance. A. DiTeresa and his sure hands always gave us someone to either launch the ball at QB or catch the ball anywhere downfield. Our 19-6 victory finished our perfect season. 

The 5th grade Blue Angels outscored their opponents 264 points to 37.

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Holy Family Catholic School is a regional school that works with parents to nurture the growth of the whole child - spiritually, intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically.  Our school is Catholic - promoting the teachings of the Church and inclusive of diverse cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. For any questions, please contact Ms. Cristina Mares by email cmares@holyfamilycs.org.

Robotics Team Makes Regionals

October 23, 2019
By Mr. Sean Warfield, Middle School Math Teacher

On September 7, the Holy Family Iron Angels Robotics Team along with 27 other schools learned what this year's BEST Robotics Challenge would be. With a theme of “Off the Grid” the Holy Family Iron Angels Robotics Team had six short weeks to prepare, build and program a robot from scratch that could restore power back to the electrical grid after a natural disaster. The Iron Angels were required to safely move debris, lay conduit pipe, re-connect power to houses, install transformers, and attach transmission lines within a three-minute limit.  This year, the Iron Angels implemented the use of IR (Infrared) sensors for autonomous delivery of equipment. 

On Saturday, October 19, the Iron Angels competed in the BEST Robotics Competition at Hutto High School. They were one out of three middle school teams that competed alongside all other high schools. Only 20 teams made robots able to compete.  The Iron Angels held the first-place rank all through the morning and well into the semi-finals. 

The Iron Angels rose to the challenge and built a robot named after the patron saint, St. Lucy.  St. Lucy excelled at autonomous delivery and laying of the conduit. 

During the competition, the teams were required to create and perform a dance. View the Holy Family Dance.

The Iron Angels gave an impressive performance in semi-finals with a score of 1050 missing the chance to compete at finals by only 20 points!  The team spirits were lifted at the award's ceremony when the team received the BEST Robotics Founders Award for Creative Design. 

Finally, the team’s excitement exploded when it was announced that the Iron Angels had enough points to advance to the regional competition.  Our team is enthusiastic and ready to fine-tune the robot, so we can represent Holy Family Catholic School at regionals in Dallas on December 6-7, 2019.  Please keep the Iron Angels in your prayers and St. Lucy, pray for us!

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Holy Family Catholic School is a regional school that works with parents to nurture the growth of the whole child - spiritually, intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically.  Our school is Catholic - promoting the teachings of the Church and inclusive of diverse cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. For any questions, please contact Ms. Cristina Mares by email cmares@holyfamilycs.org.

Spirit Night at Chipotle

October 17, 2019
By Cristina Mares

Please join the Holy Family Parent Association at Chipotle! Please bring a copy of this flier to let the cashier know you're with Holy Family when placing an order.

At the end of the event, Chipotle will generously give back 33% of proceeds to Holy Family!

When: Tuesday, November 12th from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm
Where: 909 E. Whitestone Blvd, Ste A, Cedar Park, TX

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Holy Family Catholic School is a regional school that works with parents to nurture the growth of the whole child - spiritually, intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically.  Our school is Catholic - promoting the teachings of the Church and inclusive of diverse cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. For any questions, please contact Ms. Cristina Mares by email cmares@holyfamilycs.org.

Groundbreaking Ceremony on August 29th

August 23, 2019
By Cristina Mares-Almanza

Join the Holy Family Catholic School community on Thursday, August 29 immediately following 8:30 AM Mass for the Groundbreaking Ceremony for Phase II at Holy Family Catholic School.

All Alumni, and Alumni Parents are also invited to join this groundbreaking ceremony.

Please reach out to the Director of Development, Mrs. Alpa Brannam at abrannam@holyfamilycs.org, if you have any questions!

We look forward to seeing everyone on our campus after Mass!

 

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