Our Community - Our Family
"Community is at the heart of all Catholic education, not simply as a concept to be taught, but as a reality to be lived . . . Your students will learn to understand and appreciate the value of community as they experience love, trust, and loyalty in your school and educational programs, and as they learn to trust all persons as brothers and sisters created by God and redeemed by Christ." Pope John Paul II
We Love Our Parents!
To all the parents and grandparents that spend countless hours reading with their children, helping them with their homework, volunteering at school, coaching or leading the HSPA, HSAA – THANK YOU! Being involved in your child's education is so important to their success and the teachers want you to be a part of what they are learning each and every day. Partnership is truly what we desire in our relationship with parents. We are so blessed to have a strong community!
To all of our wonderful families, we so appreciate you and are thankful for your servant hearts. Our students, our teachers and our school is amazing because of your willingness to help and to become involved in your child’s education.
We always welcome parent involvement to make Holy Spirit the best school we can be!
Jason Flatt Youth Suicide Awareness Act
The Kansas Legislature passed SB 323 which is known as the Jason Flatt Youth Suicide Awareness Act. This provision requires every school to provide suicide awareness and prevention programming to all school staff. The statistics related to youth suicide are very sobering and very troubling. Please take a few minutes to read the PDF below for important information related to youth suicide across the United States. You can also learn more from the website Jason Foundation or click on suicide prevention pdf.
If you or a friend need to talk with a counselor for help or for resources available in your area, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), a free, 24-hour hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Your call will be routed to the nearest crisis center to you.