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Thank you for your interest in Holy Family School.  We take very seriously the sacred trust you, as parents and guardians, put in us when you leave your most precious children at the doors of our school. Each and every student at Holy Family School is known and loved.  They are known, by name, as individuals and loved for the God-given gifts and talents they bring to our Holy Family School "family".  This allows us to not only believe in, but also adhere to our tag line: "making a difference, one child at a time".

 

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View this video to see for yourself how Holy Family School is "making a difference, one child at a time".  


 Child And Parent Crossing Road Sign.pngA WORD FROM OUR PASTOR

Parents:
I have been asked to remind you of the necessity of driving safely and within the guidelines of the traffic patterns of our parking lot.

High speeds, cutting across parking lanes and entering the parking lot at designated exits is creating a hazard that can result in an accident and injury. For the sake of your children and all of our parishioners I ask you to drive with caution and observe the parking lot directions. 
                                                                                          -Fr. Gerard

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arrowsNassau County Museum of Art
Recently the 7th and 8th grade classes visited the Nassau County Museum of Art to view the Kenny Scharf exhibit. Please visit the photo gallery to view some pictures from that day!
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Pre-K Spring Activities
arrowsPre-K Spring Activities
The Holy Family Pre-K students celebrate the many holidays of spring.
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arrowsBuddies Celebrating Earth Day
The 8th Graders worked with their Kindergarten buddies to discuss ways to make our Earth a better place. Then, they made an Earth Day mobile together.
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Our amazing lunch ladies prepared this special rainbow snack for St. Patrick's Day. 
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Kindergarten celebrates Dr. Seuss's Birthday
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