A HUGE THANK YOU to our parents, students, alum and friends for making the festival a HUGE SUCCESS!
Congratulations to our grand raffle winners Bill and Lucille White – proud grandparents of two Holy Cross High School students.
While we are still finalizing numbers, all indications are that it was
our most profitable festival to date! We were BLESSED with great weather and attendance!
We invite any feedback on what you think worked well and what can be improved. Please send your feedback to CPRETTY@ZOOMTOWN.COM.
EVERYONE should be SO PROUD, MANY HANDS delivered this RECORD YEAR!
The 2017 Festival Committee
Congratulations to Nolan Schrand who was the medalist in the All “A” Golf Regional played on the Kenton County Willows course on Tuesday,
August 15. He shot a 2-under par 70 to win the individual title by four shots. Nolan qualifies to play in the All “A” State tournament on September 9th.
As a team, the boys finished in 2nd place. Congratulations!
There will be a Total Solar Eclipse crossing the United States on August 21st. You should not view the eclipse directly without taking the necessary precautions to protect your eyes. Click for information on some important viewing tips.
Parents, Alum, Friends & Staff,
Please join us for the 2nd Annual Pat Taney Memorial Scholarship walk and picnic Saturday, September 16th 9:00 am-noon at Devou Park.
No charge to walk, run, stroll or just socialize. Donations to the scholarship fund are appreciated, but not required.
Meet at the Breaden Shelter (between the Golf Course & Behringer Crawford Museum) on Montague Rd.
Look for the red and black balloons. Afterwards, we encourage everyone to stick around and socialize. We will have snacks, hot dogs and drinks.
Thanks,The Taney Family
Attention ALL parents and students:
The ANNUAL Northern Kentucky COLLEGE FAIR is set for Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 6pm. This year, the college fair will be held at Thomas More College, in the the Connor Convocation Center.
Over 75 colleges and universities from all over the nation will be on hand to answer your questions.
This is a wonderful (FREE) event for all students, trying to get a head start on the college process
FOR MORE INFORMATION, go to www.thomasmore.edu/collegefair
Beginning this fall, St. Elizabeth will be offering a Fall and a Spring Teen Volunteer Program, rather than our previous School Year Teen Volunteer Program. Both the Fall and Spring Programs require a minimum commitment of 10 weeks of service, with a regularly scheduled 3-4 hour volunteer shift each week.
Any student interested in participating in our program must register for Teen Volunteer Training through our webpage beginning September 1st. We encourage all interested teens to apply as soon as possible; space in this program is limited. If students have previously participated in a St. Elizabeth Volunteer Program, they should call (859) 301-2140 by September 15th to reserve their placement (they are not required to complete our initial Teen Volunteer Training again).
If you have any questions regarding St. Elizabeth’s Teen Volunteer Programs, please call (859) 301-2140 or email email@example.com.
The 2017-18 AHEC Health Careers Explorers Program is once again taking applications. This program is focused on high school 9-11 graders who have an interest in the health care sector and want to learn about their various career options. Once a month, Oct-March, the group will meet at a St Elizabeth Healthcare campus and be introduced to different departments and careers that work together in the hospital to treat patients. Many nights include a hands-on activity and there is always the opportunity to ask questions directly to the professionals about their decision and path to achieve the jobs that they hold.
The program does have a $20 fee and required shots/paperwork for participants, if accepted. Registration is open now through September 13th at the link below. You can also go there to get more information about the program and feel free to contact me with any further questions you might have. This is a competitive program, we typically see about 300 applicants and can only accept around 100 students each year. Applicants are ranked based on their current GPA, school (because we don’t want all of them from one school/county), grade level, and the quickness of their registration.
Several Holy Cross parents have been participating in this and thought other parents may be interested. It’s a non-profit organization through the Reds that provides scholarship money if you work the Reds games. If anyone has any questions, you may contact Ann Knochelmann at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click for details.
Fans, Friends, Alumni, Parents and Community! Holy Cross High School would like you to join the TRIBE. This is an interactive app that can be downloaded to your phone, android or I-pad. It is free and will allow you to earn points for awards and incentives.
Please visit your itunes store type in Holy Cross Tribe or for android users go to the google play store and search Holy Cross HS “the tribe”
Please be very detailed in your personal description: mark the groups you belong to EX: student Council, sports team, alumni, staff.
We hope to have a lot of fun with this.
Have a personalized cake delivered during your student’s lunch period for $10. You can also have a personal serenade along with the cake for only $10 more. They’ll love it! Click to get form and return it to the office.