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 October 2, 2017

    Kindergarten: Kindergarten has had an exciting 2 weeks in Science! We had a caterpillar, a chrysalis, and finally a butterfly in our classroom. We were able to witness 3 of the 4 stages. Science at its best! We are also working on a little program for our Grandparents! We will do a little play and sing them a few songs!

    1st Grade: In first grade we have been working on establishing a routine, following rules and procedures and working to receive compliments from other teachers and staff. The students have been working hard and excelling at the Math series! They see the correlation between Kindergarten and first grade, which makes the transition smoother! In Math, we are adding and subtracting numbers up to 10, writing the number sentence and sometimes drawing a picture. In Reading, the students have been working hard at reading groups and reading every night to build our foundational reading skills and progress through individual assessments. This week and next we will be working on a “Fall into a Good Book” project and our Grandparents Day craft. We have been excelling at our Phonics program, due to an established routine and constant practice. I will be writing another Grant this year to enroll the first grade class in the website IXL. This website practices all grade levels K-12th in all or most common core areas. This program is extremely helpful when practicing new skills and helps to build strong foundational skills.

    3rd Grade: Math: double and triple digit addition and subtraction and working on basic math skills; Reading: Comprehension, sequence of events, and cause and effect; Social Studies: Tyes of communities (rural, suburban, and urban); Writing: I am so excited to announce third grade will be creating their own class book this year. Topic: N/A- we will vote as a class this week.; Handwriting: Cursive lowercase i and t; Language: Suffixes -able and -ible and verbs; Phonics: combination sounds er and ir; We also started swim this week.

    4th Grade: The 4th graders are attending Pioneer Days on the 4th of October, learning all about early Ohio life. We are choosing our class reps for Student Council. Mrs. Watkins is reading aloud Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, by Judy Blume. We will complete activities over the book and take the AR test. In Language, we have learned about types of sentences- imperative, interrogative, exclamatory, and declarative. We even wrote commands in our journals for Halloween!

    7th Grade: 7th grade will be going to Camp Wilson at the end of the month. We are also collecting items for the Animal Shelter. In addition, we are collecting pennies. The pennies will be donated to an organization that digs fresh/clean water wells in Africa. Starting in November, we will lead a collection for dementia/alzheimer patients. These items will be donated to assisted living care units in and around Shelby County. We will be large piece (50-100) puzzles and large print word searches.

    8th Grade: The 8th graders have started the stock club. They will be buying stocks on Wednesday this week. We are using a contest on the site How the Market Works. The students each have $10,000 to invest and we will be working on this throughout the year. The students are very excited about this project.

    Music Class: Congratulations to OMEA All-State Children’s Chorus members! Fifth grade students Layla Platfoot, Eliza Westerheide, and fourth grade students Hailey Dietz, Kaelin Steward, Malayna Verdier, and Zoe Zimmerman will represent Holy Angels in the Ohio Music Educators (OMEA) All-State Children’s Chorus. They will perform at the Columbus Convention Center on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 5 PM. This select group is open by audtition only to current fourth and fifth grade students. Congratulations to our All-State Children’s Chorus members!

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