Upcoming Events
KWC 3:15-4
   (03/27/19 3:15 PM-4:00 PM)
Spring Pictures start at 8am
School In Session Snow Make-up Day.
Algebra testing 7th grade with Mr. Sharkey
Scholastic Book Fair Begins!
3rd Grade Douglas CC
4th Grade QND Cultural Day
Student Reconcilition 9:15
5th Grade Central Park Torch Run 10:30
2nd Grade Ted Shanks Duck Days
Diocesan Speech Meet Jefferson City
Grandparents Day 8:15 - 12:00 No Lunch
Book Fair Ends
Kids Who Care 3:15-4
5th Grade Hannibal Arts Council Trip
1 PM Dismissal - Faculty Inservice
Palm Sunday
2nd Grade First Holy Communion Interviews
Pre-K Beth Haven 9:45-11:00
2nd Grade First Holy Communion Interviews
Living Stations 8:15
1PM Dismissal- Holy Thursday
No School Good Friday
Easter Sunday
In Session Snow Day Make-Up
Communion Service 8:15
4th Grade Jeff City Field Trip
Kids Who Care 3:15-4
Communion Service 8:15




Holy Family Catholic School strives to nurture the spiritual, emotional and intellectual growth of each student, helping them develop a global perspective of the world so they will become productive Christian citizens.
Holy Family School embraces the call of the General Directory of Catechesis, that “Parents are the primary educators in the faith.” Together, we pass on the Catholic faith to the next generation and create a spiritual atmosphere in which we strengthen our relationship with Jesus and others. We strive to create a safe, stimulating and caring environment in which each student can develop to the best of their God-given ability.
Holy Family provides a faith-filled, God-centered school where the values lived by Jesus are taught, supported and practiced by a dedicated school community consisting of administration, faculty, staff, volunteers, parents/guardians, and students. Together, we strive to meet the specific needs of each student.
The students of Holy Family School receive a quality education in basic knowledge, Christian attitudes and values, emphasizing the development of life skills such as leadership, responsibility, self-discipline, organization, problem solving, work and accountability. Learning relates to the life experiences and environments of the students. It reflects an awareness and appreciation of the cultural and religious diversity found in our local community, nation and world.

1113 Broadway
Hannibal, MO 63401
Phone: (573) 221-0456
Fax: (573) 221-6357
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