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Programs

SCHOOL MEAL PROGRAM:
a group of students having their mealAll students are eligible for FREE breakfast, however, we encourage you to provide breakfast at home and share this time with your child before they begin their school day if possible.Breakfast is served from 7:20 to 7:50 and consists of cereal, milk, juice, fruit, etc. A hot breakfast is served on Friday. All students are eligible for free lunch thru the National School lunch program, regardless of income. Students may also bring lunch from home. A monthly menu is provided. Students have the option of the hot entrée, sandwich of the day or sunflower butter and jelly. Holy Cross does not serve products containing peanuts. All lunches meet NSLP standards.
EARLY CHILDHOOD
a child playing with a color pencilHoly Cross offers classes and programs for children beginning at Age Two. Two year old students are not required to be toilet trained. Students must be toilet trained to be enrolled in our three and four year old programs. Holy Cross participates in the Voluntary Pre-kindergarten Program. Students who are four years olds by September 1st are eligible to participate in the VPK program, which will pay for a portion of the school day for one year.
K5-8th GRADE:
a group of kidsFamilies have trusted Holy Cross Lutheran School as their partner in education and faith since 1951. A traditional academic program is offered which focuses on language arts, mathematics, science, social students and of course bible. Our students’ education is enhanced by special classes in art, music, physical education, Spanish and of course, technology. All classrooms contain interactive whiteboards. Middle school students are assigned a chromebook for their use during the school year. 2nd thru 5th grade students also utilize Chromebooks in the classroom. Eligible students may participate in Title 1 remedial tutoring.
OUT OF SCHOOL (OOS)
a group of kids sharing with an ipadHoly Cross Lutheran School operates an Out of School program which includes all programs that occur outside of regular school hours. This includes after-school childcare, student government, athletics, sign language, music, etc. Some students in after-school care may participate in literacy class. Snack is served daily.
SUMMER PROGRAMS
kids playing in the seesawSummer Camp programs are offered for students Age 2 through incoming 8th grade. 2,3 and4 year old students can be enrolled in CAMP CRUSADER. This program is offered for six weeks and each week there is a different theme. Incoming K5 students through incoming 8th grade students attend SUMMER BLAST SUMMER CAMP. This program received funding through the Children’s Trust so we are able to offer it at a significantly reduced rate. In addition to traditional summer camp activities such as field trips, drama, dance art, games etc., students also participate in a daily literacy class which is designed to be fun yet enriching. The summer camp program concludes with a major recital which all student participate in.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
student governmentThe Student Government Association is comprised of students in 4th through 8th grade who have an interest in being leaders.
Student Government sponsors drives for community charities and also sponsors dances and activities for our students.
TEAM SPORTS
a group of kids playing with a ballBasketball, Kickball, Track & Field, Volleyball and Hockey are available, depending on age. Students must meet academic and behavioral standards to participate in team sports.
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