Holy Spirit School serves students in PreK-3, PreK-4, and Kindergarten through 8th grades
 

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60th Anniversary Gala

Eventbrite - Holy Spirit School 60th Anniversary Gala
 
 

News

 
  • No School Friday, Oct. 7th & Monday, Oct. 10th

    There will be NO school for ALL students on Friday, Oct. 7th due to a Teacher In Service Day and on Monday, Oct. 10th in observance of the Columbus Day Holiday.

     
  • Basketball Programs

    Basketball Programs

    Boys’ Jr. Varsity is open to HSS students in grades 4 through 6. J.V. practices will begin on Monday, Sept. 19th so please register early. Practices will be held every Monday in the gym from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. Please contact Anthony Evgenikos for information and registration details at 973-670-6417 or ajefinancial@aol.com.

     
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  • After School Karate Program Is Back

    After School Karate Program Is Back

    This fall we are offering a Karate program after school for students in grades 1 thru 5. Mr. Miller, the Head Instructor of Traditional Okinawan Karate will provide the classes.
    Classes will be held on Wednesdays for five weeks beginning Oct. 5th and continuing on Oct. 12th, Oct. 19th, Oct. 26th and Nov. 2nd. Classes will be held from 3:15 to 4:15 pm and the cost is $40.

     
  • School Supply List for Grades Pre-K 3 to 8th

    School Supply List for Grades Pre-K 3 to 8th

    Holy Spirit School does supply our students with some of their supplies but a here is a list of what the students in Pre-K 3 thru 8th Grade should purchase and bring to school the first day with their book bags (those who are not supplied).

     
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  • Celebrating the Life of Sister Johanna Rado

    Celebrating the Life of Sister Johanna Rado

    Sr. Johanna Rado, 91, from Holy Spirit Convent, Pequannock, NJ, entered eternal life on Monday, August 8, 2016, in St. Joseph Hall, Villa Walsh, Morristown, N.J.

    The wake and Mass of Christian burial for Sr. Johanna Rado will be held on Thursday, August 11 in the St. Lucy Chapel, Villa Walsh, 455 Western Avenue, Morristown, NJ.

    The Prayer Gathering will begin at 2:00PM, with Fr. John Tarantino presiding, and will be followed by the wake. The Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 4:00PM with Fr. Al Lampron presiding. Interment will follow the liturgy at the Ave Maria Cemetery. All are welcome and encouraged to remain for the repast at Villa Walsh to commemorate and celebrate Sr. Johanna’s friendship, her love of God and His church, and her life of selfless, exemplary service in the Catholic faith.

     
  • REMINDER – Summer Reading Assignments

    Just a reminder that students in grades K thru 8 should be doing their summer reading and the required reports which should be brought in the first day of school. Please call the school if your child does not have the reading list for his/her grade.

     
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  • Carnival Wristbands On-Line Special Price

    Carnival Wristbands On-Line Special Price

    This year we will have $30 Wristband Night Every Night.  Purchase your nightly unlimited ride wristband online at www.campys.com by June 6th at 1 pm for $22 each (NO REFUNDS). […]

     
  • Holy Spirit Annual Walkathon – June 1st

    Holy Spirit Annual Walkathon – June 1st

    The students of Holy Spirit School will be participating in a Walk-A-Thon on Wednesday, June 1st (with a rain date of Thursday, June 2nd) in an effort to raise money for one of our school family members, Liam Bolan. Liam is a Kindergarten student here at Holy Spirit who has been battling a rare disease which has caused him to miss a majority of his Kindergarten experience.

     
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  • Join Us at the Pequannock Memorial Day Parade Monday, May 30th

    Holy Spirit School will be participating in the Pequannock Memorial Day Parade this year on Monday, May 30th. This is a great way to showcase our school since the parade route passes directly in front of our school. Holy Spirit School will be participating in the Pequannock Memorial Day Parade this year on Monday, May 30th. This is a great way to showcase our school since the parade route passes directly in front of our school.

    We’d like to have marchers as well as a trailer. Students and parents who are interested in planning and executing the decoration of the trailer would need to gather for a few meetings. A student does not need to march with us in the parade to help with the trailer.

     
  • Our Successful Tricky Tray

    Our thanks to all those who helped in anyway to make our Annual Tricky Tray a big success. As of today, we have reached a profit of approximately $38,000. Once all families have fulfilled their monetary obligation, we will give you the final amount. We will also be receiving $500 from Kohl’s as part of their service to the community. Our gratitude to all who assisted in anyway – solicitors, donors, attendees, wrappers, organizers, decorators and finally our great Kohl’s team.

     
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