What does Lent mean to me?

What does Lent mean to me? By: Sr. Connie Craig   So much has been written on the subject by writers with more profound thought than I have but I will try to tell in a personal way what Lent means to me.   I have lived through many Lenten seasons. Regulations have changed through…

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E-Learning Checklist

Holy Child’s E-Learning Environment Checklist           What will e-learning look like for Holy Child students? Holy Child will follow our ten-day rotation schedule (as outlined in our calendar). All students must join each class at the start of the class period. The day begins at 8:10am, and all students should be…

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Experiential Learning

Holy Child offers students a unique experiential journey through enhanced classroom learning allowing our students to develop as leaders, global citizens, and women of Actions Not Words. SHCJ Network School Exchange Available to sophomores, the Society of Holy Child Jesus (SHCJ) Network School Exchange allows students to experience Cornelia Connelly’s vision for her schools on…

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HOS 2019 Award Recipients

The 2019 Head of School Award Recipients On October 17, 2019, Holy Child recognized three extraordinary leaders in the Holy Child community at our annual Head of School Recognition Dinner. Congratulations to Wooly Devine ’79 and Connie Coakley Caulfield ’82 along with her husband, Pat Caulfield, for receiving this year’s Ignatia and Mother Mary Xavier…

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I AM THE FIELD

I am the field. I have seen 6th graders bounding with enthusiasm and laughter running around me with the joy of being outside on a beautiful day.  I have heard the cheers of encouragement and support to teammates as athletes strive to do their best in competition.  I have cradled students relaxing in the sun,…

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Alice Mercer Named Holy Child’s Varsity Lacrosse Coach

Alice Mercer Named Holy Child’s Varsity Lacrosse Coach We are pleased to announce our new Head Varsity Lacrosse coach, Alice Mercer.  Ms. Mercer was recently hired as our upper school counselor at Holy Child, having received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Maryland and her master’s degree in school counseling at Niagara…

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Alumnae Spotlight: Meghan Miller

Meghan Miller, Class of 2006, Alumnae Spotlight

Alumnae Spotlight: Meghan Connor Miller, Certified Nurse Midwife   One of the popular misconceptions of a midwife is that it’s someone who only assists a woman through an unmedicated birth in a home setting. In some cases, that’s true! But, midwives do much more than that. The practice is also becoming more and more popular…

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Alumnae Spotlight: Daina Slekys Trout

Alumnae Spotlight: Daina Slekys Trout, Co-Founder and CEO Health-Ade Kombucha You’re cruising the aisles at your local grocery store. You come to a halt because you’ve arrived at the refrigerated display with rows of bright colored kombucha bottles. A few years ago, you might not have thought twice about kombucha, the effervescent fermented tea with the…

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Inaugural Head of School Award Recipients

Inaugural Head of School Award Recipients In November, we held our inaugural Head of School Recognition Dinner to celebrate and honor the dedication and service of our benefactors, and more specifically three members of our community, Kathie & Mike Williams and Leslie Whitaker.   The Head of School Awards were established to recognize members of…

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Sixth Grade Pays Tribute on Veterans Day

Sixth Grade Pays Tribute on Veterans Day   On Monday, November 12, 2018, sixth graders hosted a small gathering to honor Veterans and Service members. Students shared poetry and “thank you” letters with distinguished guests Mr. Louis Warchot (Holy Child parent), Mr. Dan McLaughlin (Holy Child parent) and Lt. Col. Carl Shaia (Family friend of…

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