Schoolwide Learning Expectations

Kindergarten – Mrs. Brenda Ascencio and Ms. Heidi Sicka

The Kindergarten program at Holy Family Catholic School provides a strong foundation for our students. Through experiences in math and language arts, children learn to count, read, write, and build on existing communication skills. 

Class sizes are small to help meet the developmental needs of each child.

Our students are exposed to a wide variety of ideas through music, technology, Spanish, art and PE in addition to science and social studies.

Children learn about God through religion class, emphasis on virtue, and participation in Mass and prayer. They begin to develop independence, and every day is exciting as children look forward to seeing their new friends at school!

Helpful Kinder Hints for New Parents

1st Grade Ms. Carrie Levin and 2nd Grade • Mrs. Jennifer O’Neil

The primary focus in grades 1 and 2 are making sure that students have outstanding foundational skills in reading, writing, and math.

Children receive daily, small group reading instruction and regular daily practice in handwriting, first in print, and later, cursive. Important math concepts are learning to add and subtract, borrow and carry.

Second grade is a pivotal year in faith formation of our students, as they prepare their hearts and souls for reception of the sacraments of Reconciliation and First Eucharist.

In addition to core subjects, students expand their knowledge of the world through participation in Spanish, technology, library, PE, music, and art classes.

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