So Much to Be Proud Of

Traveling Specialists, Flex Spaces and Social Distancing

We are proud of the work we did to keep our students safe during the 2020 - 2021 school year.  Specialists traveled to classrooms, we used flex spaces and seating plans to keep our students safe and socially distanced.  

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We are excited to be able to gather in person again for All Pro Dad breakfasts during our 2021 - 2022 school year. During these morning gatherings, dads and students come together to eat, pray, and learn some fun ideas, skills, and something about each other.  

In Spring 2020 the event was virtual.   In May 2021 the event was an at-home outdoor adventure titled  "On your own, but not alone".  The event included activities, a video, snacks, discussion questions, and prayer.  


Be the Nice Kid

October 2018, Bryan Skavnek visited Holy Name of Jesus School.  Bryan is known for his Be the Nice Kid campaign.  Bryan spent the morning speaking to the entire school body and staff.  Then, he visited each grade level to engage the students in activities and discussion about being the nice kids.  

Honoring our Veteran's

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Honoring Veteran's Day

For Veteran's Day 2020, students wrote letters that were delivered to Veterans. 

During our weekly at Mass in 2019, we honored our Veterans at a Mass with Bishop Cozzens.

2020 -2021

Third Grade Finalists

Fourth Grade Finalists

Fifth Grade Finalists

Catholic Math League

About 70 of our students in grades three through six participate in our Catholic Math League. Each year, Holy Name has students who place high both in the school’s division and nationally.  Catholic Math League is an individual and team competition, in which the school has competed since 2013.

This year our Fourth Grade team won 1st Nationally and in Division!

A special thank you to Lenise Best and Nancy Anderson for their guidance and support of these wonderful mathematicians!


Catholic Schools' Week

Each year, our students design buttons for Catholic Schools' Week. Congratulations to Sydney (6th), Harmon  (4th), and Kylie (3rd)!

This year we sold the buttons for $2 (or any donation). The money raised is for our sponsorship of our godchildren Maria Elizabeth and David at Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH) Mexico. With all of your generous donations, we are able to continue to sponsor them for another year!

As the founder of NPH, Father William Wasson stated: “You may be only one person in the world, but you may be all the world to one child”.


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Grandparents Day

In May we celebrate our grandparents and other special persons in our lives.  

Traveling Crucifix

The Traveling Crucifix travels from classroom to classroom and is sponsored by Serra Club.  

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Turtle Trot

Every September we celebrate our parish school community at the Fall Festival.  The 5K proceeds go to support scholarships at Holy Name of Jesus School. While we had to cancel the 2020 event, we are looking forward to 2021!  

Weekly Mass, Holy Days, Our Faith

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4 His Glory


Holy Name of Jesus is proud to be an active participating school in the 4HG program.  4HG was started by former Viking, Matt Birk. We are proud to have hosted a 4HG basketball clinic and to have Matt Birk as a guest at our school.  4HG is a movement to create a healthy sports culture in our Catholic schools. We believe athletics, when done right, serves as an invaluable tool for developing well-rounded children.

From our parents and students

Catholic Schools' Week by Charlie - 5th Grade "Catholic Schools' Week means that it is a time that our school comes together as a whole. We come together to help others which in need by packing food for the poor. It is a great week because it brings out the good in Holy Name's students by coming together and helping others who are less fortunate. We give back to the community and that is very important to me. It is a great time to express our faith in a way that many other schools don't have the chance to. That is what Catholic Schools' week means to me."