Kids As Curators

The Erie Art Museum partnered with Holy Family School for the Kids as Curators program to challenge local students to unleash their creativity by curating exhibits using their collections.  Students install their exhibit first at school, then the exhibit moves to the Erie Art Museum for the community to enjoy.  The students of grades 5th through 8th focused their creativity on chivalry, both past and present, and with the assistance from fiber artist Deborah Sementelli, have created a full-size knight with a suit of armor made entirely from computer parts.  Their exhibit also features a stirring collection gear and uniforms from modern day "knights" - police and veterans--who have put their lives on the line to serve the community and others.  The exhibit opens at the Erie Art Museum on January 27th and runs through March 19th.

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First Holy Communion

Congratulations to the following students who have received Our Lord in Holy Communion during the 2016-2017 school year.

Amillo Perez

Adrionna Oless

Nicholas Stevens

Brian Rice

Alex Buchholz

Jose Garnica

 

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May their love and devotion continue to grow as they are nourished on the Bread of Life at each Liturgy they attend.

 HFS's HUMAN RIBBON

Holy Family students and faculty created a human ribbon for the awareness of child abuse

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Native American Longhouses

Grade 7 is studying Native American history and the French and Indian War in Mr. Rexford’s Social Studies class.  The students worked on creating models of Eastern Woodland Indian Longhouses. 
These structures were built by Native Americans in various parts of North America.  They were around 100 ft. in length and about 20 ft. wide. 

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