Absentee Notes

School policy states that a parent must call the office (859-431-1335) on any day that your son or daughter is absent. For the safety of our students, it is also a school regulation that parents must send in a written note stating the reason for their child’s absence on the day they return.  Even though the parent may have spoken to someone in the office on the day of the absence, it is still necessary to send the note on the day of his/her return.

  1. Unexcused absences and unnecessary tardiness will be penalized.
  2. Detentions will be issued for excessive tardiness.

Please check the Schools Policy in the Student Handbook for further Clarification.

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Financial Aid

DEADLINE for the 2019-2020 school year is June 30th

Click Here to apply FACTS

Questions?  Contact Nancy Steenken

 

Refund School Lunch Funds

Diocesan Request Form 

Automated Phone Calls

Holy Cross High School uses an automated phone call system to communicate snow alerts (both closings and delays), and other events that are taking place at Holy Cross.

If you are not receiving these phone calls and would like to be added to the list,
please contact the school office at 859-431-1335.

All volunteers, coaches and employees at HCHS must be Virtus compliant in order to perform any service that involves direct or indirect contact with students. To be Virtus compliant one must attend a class presented by the Diocese and complete regular monthly bulletins online.

New volunteers who are not already a part of the virtus program, please click the link below for the information from the Diocese.

If you have any questions, please contact our Virtus Coordinator, Tina Feldman via email at [email protected] or call her at (859) 291-8588.

Reporting Sexual Misconduct in the Diocese of Covington

Anyone who has experienced sexual misconduct by a cleric, employee, religious or volunteer of the Diocese of Covington is asked to contact Ms. Margie Schack, Diocesan Victims Assistance Coordinator at  (859) 392-1515.

Lunch Box Information

Checks/cash can still be sent in with your student(s) to school as before, we ask that they take the checks/cash to the cafeteria first thing in the morning and not wait until going through the lunch line.

You have the option of depositing money into your student(s) account online by using your credit card. Remember that there is a $2 fee for each transaction; therefore I would suggest using this option when adding larger amounts of money to the account(s). Click here: “K12 Payment Center

Now you can apply online for your children to receive free or reduced-price school meals. Your application will be sent from a secure website directly to your school district, so you don’t need to worry about filling out a paper form that could be lost or misplaced. Click here: “Free/Reduced Lunch Application

We ask that as many students as possible place money in their account and as few as possible pay with cash. This will speed up the lunch line for all.

Finally, (high school) students can pay for A La Carte items with money in their lunchbox account or cash. Students will not be able to charge A La Carte items. If you do not want them to us lunchbox account money for A La Carte items please contact the cafeteria and let them know and they can make the notes in the lunch box system. If you have any other questions please let us know and we will help to get them answered.