Holy Spirit School offers education for your child up through 6th grade.
The Holy Spirit School Faculty and staff share the conviction that every child can learn to lead a life of service. We carry out a great mission to serve God by building knowledge and character in our young people.
By teaching the Word of God, we prepare our students to follow a path of virtue, compassion, and sacrifice for the rest of their lives. And by insisting on high standards for academic achievement, Holy Spirit School has a competitive, yet friendly and fun-filled learning atmosphere.
“It takes a ‘family’ to raise a child.” The Holy Spirit “extended family” is comprised of pastors, administration, faculty, staff, parents, and volunteers. There are many opportunities for involvement in academics, special events, lunchroom, recesses and much more. Everyone is welcome!
Visit our school and feel the enthusiasm for our faith and the love of learning! Contact Regan Manning,Principal at (605) 371-1481 or SFCS Admissions Coordinator, Jenni Struck, @ (605) 575-3358, email@example.com to arrange a visit /tour.
Principal’s note: During the month of November, Holy Spirit School will be focusing on the virtue of gratitude. I encourage you to reinforce this virtue in your homes this month as well. This past week we ended the month with Parent Teacher Conferences. I would encourage you to keep in communication with your child’s teacher throughout the year. We will be kicking the month of November off with a focus on the Saints. The third grade students will be donning their Saint wardrobes at the All Saints Day Mass and give presentations in the lower level following Mass. The weather looks like it is starting to get colder. Please make sure your children are coming to school dressed for the colder temps. It can be very chilly on the playground especially when it is windy. October 31st officially marks the last day of school that children are allowed to wear shorts to school until April 1st.
Parking Lot Reminders: Please follow parking lot procedures. If you are dropping your children off in the morning you need to utilize the drop off lane. You should not be dropping off students in the first two rows unless you are parking in an actual parking spot and walking your children into the building. Thank you for adhering to these procedures that have been put in place to help create a smoother traffic flow and safety for our students.