The Variety Show is Coming!

Students – dust off your tap shoes, practice your instruments, and pick your music because the 2018 Holy Spirit Variety Show is coming! Permission slips will be sent home when we return from spring break. Plan on the show being mid/ late May. More details to follow... Read More >

Grandparent's Day

We will be welcoming grandparents on Friday, Apr. 6. Invitations will be sent out next week in the communicator envelope. Please help us welcome grandparents, by passing the invitation on to them. Read More >


Please join area parents in a viewing of the movie Screenager on Tuesday, Apr. 17 at Nativity School. Watch for more details. This highly acclaimed movie addresses the effects of technology on the development of our youth.   Read More >

The Show Must Go On

We are hoping that our annual school play can continue. In order to do that we need parents to take on some leadership roles in this process. Please join us for a meeting on Apr. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the Commons, to learn more about the various opportunities (large and small) that exist for making the continuation the play a reality at Holy Spirit. Read More >

Congratulations, Mr. Van Hoeck!

We are pleased to announce that third grade teacher, Aaron Van Hoeck, will be taking on the additional responsibilities of Extended Day Director beginning now and going through the summer months. For the remainder of the school year, Aaron and Dr. Adrian will be teaming up to make sure that things run smoothly and that plans are in place for the summer. More information... Read More >

Congratulations, Scientists!

The fifth grade students hosted an outstanding science fair last week. Three of the fair projects will be entered in the CSCOE Archdiocesan Science Fair. The 3 fifth grade entries are: The Wheelchair Slide by Madelyn Moser and Grace McSherry; Does Temperature Effect Crystal Growth? by Michael Foley; and Does Age Affect Response Time, by Mary Koch.   Read More >

Art Adventure Thank You

Thank you to all of our Art Adventure volunteers who shared the joy of art with our K-5 students. It's always one of our favorite winter activities. The trips to the Minneapolis Institute of Art were also a wonderful experience for our students. Thank you volunteers! A special thanks to Sarah Burke for all her work in organizing and coordinating this... Read More >

Robotics at Holy Spirit—Are You Interested?

Holy Spirit is looking at putting together a robotics team or teams through FIRST Robotics, a national league active in Minnesota, for next year. This is a great opportunity for students interested in science, engineering and/or coding to work with students who share their interests. They offer challenges at 4 different levels, three of which are appropriate for Holy Spirit students. Teams... Read More >

St. Joseph Cupertino Society

Last year, a group of parents whose children have special learning, mental health, and attention challenges began meeting in order to share information and discuss how best to help their children. They also found that they were wonderful sources of support for each other. They have asked to bring this support to the broader Holy Spirit community. With St. Joseph Cupertino as... Read More >

Illness Guidelines

Many families have been hit by flu, colds, stomach bugs and many other ailments. Since flu and cold symptoms vary greatly from person to person, we encourage parents to seek medical advice. To minimize impact on staff and students we offer a few reminders: 1) Fever: May return when fever free for 24 hours without medication; 2) Diarrhea/Vomiting: May return when symptom free for 24 hours;... Read More >