Current Families


A Letter to Our Families

Dear Holy Angels’ Families: What a blessing each of your children is to us at Holy Angel’s School! I can never thank you enough for entrusting your child(ren) to us. I appreciate the fact that you realize how important a Catholic school education is. As the leader of the school, I’m hoping that our school is forming leaders who are empowered to transform a troubled world.

Striving for Excellence

In the 2017-2018 school year, I’m striving for Holy Angels to be a culture of excellence. Excellence is a school where students learn more, go deeper, and are motivated to apply their knowledge and skills to make the world a better place. Excellence is a classroom filled with the best materials and technology that support rigor and twenty-first century learning. Excellence is a building in which the highest academic standards are fostered. Excellence is a vibrant community where all students are welcomed, valued, and validated. Excellence is a teacher who genuinely loves the students, and works hard each day to help every child reach their highest potential. Excellence is a school community built on principles of love, compassion, and respect. Excellence is building the whole child, nurturing each student’s spiritual, academic, physical, and social development. Excellence is an orientation of the inner faith of life of each child, and helping that child embrace and grow their God-given gifts. I ask you pray for excellence throughout the school year.

Thank You for Your Contributions

All of you are important to the success of the school. Thank you for contributing so much. Whether it be doing homework with your child(ren), paying tuition in a timely manner, volunteering, or being messengers of the good things happen at Holy Angels School.

I appreciate your efforts, past, present, and future.

God Bless,
Beth Spicer, Principal

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Important Notes

One Call Communication Service


We will continue using the One Call Communication Service for the 2015-2016 school year. One Call Now is an automated service that allows schools to contact thousands of parents within minutes. We will use this service for delays, closings, etc. We also will email parents important school information. There will be a paper in the oldest and only packet to update your contact information.

Lunch Prices


  • Grades K-5 is $2.60
  • Grades 7-8 is $2.90
  • Milk is $0.50

To refill your student’s lunch account, please use the PayForIt.net system.imgres

School Hours


School hours are 8:35 am to 3:10 pm. Your child is marked tardy after 8:35 and the doors to the cafeteria are locked. For your own child’s safety, please do not drop them off in the bus parking zone between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:30 am.

Downloads

  • FYI: We will no longer be accepting ink cartridges/used cell phones. The company we use will no longer be providing us with this service. Thank you to all that have donated in the past.
  • ParentAccess for ProgressBook: https://pa.woco-k12.org
  • School Committee Notes from March 6, 2017

    Kindergarten:

    Kindergarten Screening will be this Friday. At this point we are screening 32, and we are expecting a few more over the Summer. We have 13 children registered for Little Sibs Day! My hope is for them to come and have a great day, so they will look forward to returning in the Fall for more fun! I also hope it will help with separation issues. I am still in the process of planning the day. I’ve asked the PTO for money to help with the costs.

    4th- The 4th grade is learning about the Midwest in Social Studies. They are memorizing all 50 states and capitals in the US as they go through the regions! Wow! Students are completing a PowerPoint project of a state they researched. The students have designed the pictures, background, transitions, animations, and sounds for this 9-slide presentation, which they will then present to the class. it has been a great learning experience! In Math, students are learning about long division, one of the favorite times of the year! We are learning about solids, liquids, and gases in Science, and have conducted several experiments about the properties of each of these types of matter. We are writing poems about our parents using the adjectives that we have been learning about recently.

    5th- In 5th grade, students are enjoying the D.A.R.E. classes with Officer Strunk from the Sheriff’s Department. Honda will also send some engineers to teach the 5th grade about “The World in Motion.” We’ll also be writing to our Senior Pen Pals in the nursing homes for Easter.

    8th- The 8th grade is working on their pre-D.C. paperwork and are doing research on the different building they will be visiting while there. Our 8th grade Science Fair in Feb. was great! We had a remarkable turn out of volunteer judges that were phenomenal. They really made the kids earn their grades! The results were:

    10 Superiors, 19 Excellent, and 6 Good

    Superiors:

    Angelieh Behr, Ryan Gibson, Max Schmiesing, Anna Cianciolo, Evan Fogt, Lindsey Magoteaux, Sophie Ratermann, Jon VanSkiver, Will Voisard, and Emma Westerheide.

    Emma, Sophie, Angelieh, Anna and Ryan participated in districts at Edison State with Emma and Angelieh receiving superiors and Anna, Ryan, and Sophie all earning excellent. Emma even earned a 39 out of 40 which was a huge accomplishment. Both girls will be going to the State competition in Columbus on May 12!

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