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"Intelligence plus character — that is the goal of true education."

School Closed Monday

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., the school is closed Monday, Jan. 18.

We encourage you to review his legacy and reflect on his life of service by revisiting the celebrated I Have a Dream speech and other important achievements.   

Did You Know? 

1. Martin Luther King Jr. Day was first celebrated in 1986.
2. Today is his birthday! He was born Jan. 15, 1929.
3. In 1964 he became the youngest Noble Peace Prize recipient.

Oui Oui, C'est Moi!

That's right, this basket could be yours! The Booster Club has extended the Homecoming Silent Auction to Monday, Jan. 18 so place your bids before it's too late.
View the items and submit the bid form included in the Homecoming Auction webpage. The Booster Club will announce the winners Tuesday, Jan. 19 and will contact them to arrange payment and pick-up.
Proceeds from Homecoming and Silent Auction support the athletics and sports department. Thank you for participating in the fundraiser!
View Auction Page

Grandparents and Special Friends Week

We are planning something lovely for Grandparents and Special Friends Week Monday, Feb. 8 through Friday, Feb. 12! 
But before we release the surprise, we need to capture the contact information of your loved ones to ensure we include every student's special person.

Please complete the form by Thursday, Jan. 28.

Contact Form

We Have a Winner!

Alan Barroeta in 6th grade is the school champion of the National Scripp's Spelling Bee and Nyla Pachloo in 4th grade is the runner-up.
Alan will compete in the Regional Spelling Bee in February for a chance to qualify in the national championship. Nyla is second in line to represent HSES if Alan is not able to participate. 
Congratulations to all participants and the final contestants!

Introduction to Diversity

Parents want to raise conscious children that value diversity, but how can they weave that value into their family rhythms? Join us Monday, Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. for a virtual introduction to diversity. School Counselor, Halie Maxwell, and Library Media Specialist, Kelly Broaddus, will share diverse stories, authors and family practices to incorporate diversity and inclusion into our everyday lives.

Zoom Details

Meeting ID: 876 4497 4333
Passcode: D&I
Join Meeting

NJHS Induction

The NJHS Induction Ceremony will be prerecorded Monday, Jan. 25. Middle School students participating in the video production must wear chapel uniform on this day.

You are cordially invited to view the streaming of the event on Thursday, Feb. 18. Stay tuned for details.

ISM Survey Reminder

We invited current families to participate in a confidential survey managed by Independent School Management. Your voice will play a major role when the Board of Directors meet in March to develop a Strategic Plan for the future of the school. Your input will help to identify strengths, weaknesses, areas of improvement and opportunities for growth. We appreciate your feedback and support!
Follow the link and instructions in the ISM invitation email to complete the survey.
Request Survey Link

Fund For Excellence

It has been a challenging time, but with your support, we are still thriving!

Help us reach out goal by giving to the annual fund that enriches the academic experience for optimal learning. View brochure.

Thank you for your valued donations!
Give Today!

Upcoming Events

Monday, Jan. 18

* No School (EC-MS)

Tuesday, Jan. 19

* LS Chapel at 8:15 a.m.

Wednesday, Jan. 20

* EC & PS Chapel Dress Day

Thursday, Jan. 21

* MS Chapel 8:15 a.m.

Friday, Jan. 22

* Spirit shirt with uniform bottoms
* Re-enrollment begins

Monday, Jan. 25

* NJHS Recording - chapel uniform for participants
* Track Zoom meeting at 5 p.m.
* Introduction to Diversity Parent Zoom at 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Jan. 26

* LS Chapel at 8:15 a.m.
* Prepping for Primary Parent Zoom at 9:30 a.m.

Wednesday, Jan. 27

* EC & PS Chapel Dress Day

Thursday, Jan. 28

* MS Chapel 8:15 a.m.
* Kinder shadow visits at 9 a.m. in PS Playground

Friday, Jan. 29

* Spirit shirt with uniform bottoms
* Blessings in a Backpack Kinder at 8:15 a.m.
View Calendar

Used Uniform

Complete the order form to purchase used uniforms for the PTO to prepare and keep track of orders. This method also helps to keep a record of inventory and purchases. 
Request Form

Parent App

The school app contains important materials and resources for parents and students of all divisions. Stay connected through your mobile device and access all information in one spot! 
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HSES Mission

Holy Spirit Episcopal School offers an exemplary education for infants through grade eight that develops the whole child while achieving academic excellence in a dynamic, Christian-based environment.
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