Congratulations to our 2021 Fifth Grade Graduates!
Fifth graders celebrated their upcoming graduation with the annual tradition of "Running of the Halls".
Fifth graders were given various academic and humorous awards during the annual Fifth Grade Awards Ceremony.
Dylan was our Principal for the Day winner from our Winter Gala.
Students enjoyed time at HSA's Carnival during the last days of school.
Father Jim and Father Petro made lunch at a picnic on the rectory lawn for our students to celebrate the end of the school year.
Congratulations to our third graders on their Confirmation and First Eucharist!
Preschoolers were learning about nursery rhymes and made their names into stars for "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star".
First graders were learning about their special friendship with God!
Second graders created Poetry Portfolios with different types of poetry they wrote themselves.
Our Lent Retreat was full of prayer, almsgiving, and fasting.
Band students played during lunch for Music Month
Third graders completed their Confirmation Retreat.
Piano students played during lunch for Music Month.
Kindergarten students made leprechaun traps!
Fourth graders read biographies and created Bottle Buddies and presentations about their person.
The fifth graders did reports, slide shows, and presentations on topics of their choice that were during the Revolutionary War.
During Lent we collected donations for the Women's Pregnancy Center, prayed using the "Let's Grow Into Lent" program, and fasted daily with Lenten calendars.
Day 5 of Catholic Schools Week was Dress Your Best Day! We also had an All School Mass to end the week, a GCCS bingo game, and classroom bingo game!
Day 4 of Catholic Schools Week was Storybook or Movie Character Day! Today we made goodie bags and cards for the residents at Valley Eldercare on Columbia!
Day 3 of Catholic Schools week was Pajama Day! We also made rosaries and Father Gross blessed them!
Day 2 of Catholic Schools Week had Sports Day with the Wacky Olympics in Gym class, and a door decorating contest.
Day 1 of Catholic Schools Week had Twin Day with a scavenger hunt and Zoom call with LA Chargers quarterback, Easton Stick.
Students love our school lunches with Mrs. Waldorf and Ms. Barb.
Mrs. Fietzek teaching the fourth graders notes on the ukulele.
Fifth graders did an author study in library class with Patricia Polacco.
In gym class the preschoolers played "Clean the Room".
Fifth graders performed the Nativity story at our school's Christmas Mass.
Families donated "birthday bags" for foster families as their Advent service project.
Preschoolers created Christmas presents for their loved ones.
Our second graders and some of our third graders completed their First Reconciliation sacrament during the Advent season.
HFSM families created Advent wreathes with their hands and family pictures that turned into a Christmas tree in our school hallway!
Kindergarteners researched turkeys and using both math and kinesthetic skills to make turkeys!
First graders working on adding and subtracting with fact families and word problems.
HFSM went to distance learning for a week to clean and learn from home.
Teachers, parents, and students Zoom together for goal setting conferences in October.
The second graders led Mass even with Covid restrictions by staying 6 feet apart and wearing masks.
The third graders are learning about mindfulness with our counselor, Mrs. Tanabe.
The fourth grade class had Expert Sharing Week where they learned new things about each other.
Students attended Adoration of the Eucharist on Friday to pray for special intentions.
Fifth graders did an art project of what they look like behind their masks with adjectives to describe themselves.
Morning prayer is held in our classrooms over Zoom so we can still hear the daily gospel together!
Firefighters fixed our flag pole and hung our flag on September 11th.
Beautiful first Mass of the school year!
It was so good to have all the students in the school again for the first day of school!
It was great to see everyone again at Open House!
What Our Families Are Saying
"Each day, as we drive home, we discuss good things that happened while at school. It's fun to hear the stories of kindness, compassion and love that come from them while on our ride home. Some days it's helping a friend clean up a spill, some days it's being the morning message helper, some days it's about adding a loved one to the prayer board. Good things are happening at HFSM!" - HFSM Parents Jeremy and Megan Schmitt
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