The PBIS program was implemented to encourage good behavior of our students here at HFCS. During the school year, positive behavior is observed and the student is given a Cardinal Card from a teacher or staff member for demonstrating their safe, respectful, responsible and Christ-like behavior. The ticket is then placed, by the student, in a jar in front of the school office. Each month we draw individual winners at the PBIS assembly. Winners for the month of October are:
Adele H in Grade 2, Noa K in Grade 2, Garren L in Grade 3 Maddie D in Grade 7 and Hayden K in Grade 8. Timothy S in Grade 2 won PE Student of the month. Classroom award winners are nominated by the staff based on the obervance of positive class behavior. Grade 2 won the Hallway Angels award and Grade 3 won the Kindness Candle. Grade 7 won the PE Sportsmanship award. Congratulations!
In my fall update, I said how excited I was for a little snow this winter. Be careful what you wish for! This has been the most unbelievable beginning to winter. So far we have had 8 days of no school, due to snow. I will let you know the updated calendar as soon as the superintendent gives recommendations and then approval. Thank you for your patience and I hope you all enjoyed the beautiful, although over abundance of snow.
Energy Savings for Families
During the last Green Team meeting we were discussing energy conservation and we came across a website that will help your families save water and energy! Click on The Energy Trust of Oregon and fill in a very short questionnaire and you will receive gratis:
Green TeamCheck out the photo album to enjoy the fun we had.
2 hour delay for Wed. Jan. 18th. Late start on Wed. is 11:05 am. No morning pre - K.
Registration begins for current families on January 20th, a packet will be available online and in the Friday folder.
The fourth and seventh grade classes volunteered to fill a backpack to feed those in need in our community. They are living out the Catholic Social Teaching, Rights and Responsibilities. The Catholic Spirit defines it as:
"Every person has a fundamental right to life — the right that makes all other rights possible. Each person also has a right to the conditions for living a decent life — food, health care, housing, education and employment. We have a corresponding duty to secure and respect these rights for others and to fulfill our responsibilities to our families, to each other and to our larger society."
As faith-filled learners, we help and respect all life. One way we can show our understanding of this Social Teaching is by participating in Backpack for Kids. Our students are called to serve. Thank you to the Fourth & Seventh Grade students & families for helping us make a difference.
Last week Dia de los Muertos was celebrated at Holy Family! Grades four through eight took part in a poster competition, and grades five through eight participated in an alter competition. Be sure to see their hard work displayed in the hallway!
Here are the recipients of our October PBIS awards:
PE Student of the Month: Timothy Scherler
Hallway Angels: 2nd grade
PE Sportsmanship Award: 7th grade
Kindness Candle: 3rd grade