Yearbooks Orders - Dec 14

Holy Name Catholic School is taking order for yearbooks. Order forms and money need to be turned in by Friday, December 14th.


Peanut Butter and Jelly Project

Leadership Council has planned a peanut butter and jelly project for the school. If the students bring 100 containers of peanut butter or jelly by Thursday, December 13th then the students will receive a free dress. The free dress will be on Tuesday, December 18th.

The peanut butter and jelly will be given to the Holy Name parish food pantry.

Advent Prayer Service - Dec 17

The Leadership Council will lead the Advent Prayer Service each Monday during Advent. The prayer service will begin on Monday, December 17 at 8:30 AM in the gym. All are invited to come and pray with the students and staff.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Novena

Holy Name Catholic School students and staff will pray a novena -- (Our Lady of Guadalupe) starting on Tuesday, December 4 - 12 at 11:50 in the gym. All are invited to come and pray with the students and staff.

Gifts for Baby Jesus

This year during the Advent season, we are planning on placing the “manger” in the hall (near the office) of the school starting on Monday, December 3, 2018 - December 14, 2018. It will remind the students as they enter the building each day that we are preparing for the “birth” of Jesus Christ our Savior.

If students would like to bring baby gifts to place around the manger, they could do so as their gift to Mary and baby Jesus. They could bring socks, rattles, diapers, blankets, onesies, make a card, etc as possible gift ideas. A representative from the Midwest Pregnancy Center here in Coffeyville will come to the school on December 18 at 9:00 AM to accept the gifts that the students brought. The students can feel the joy of “giving” to others.

Recycling -- Water Bottles

Holy Name Catholic School will be recycling water bottles. You will find in the gym a large trash container that the empty water bottles can be placed in.

Thank You

Gimme 5 Recycling Program

Caps are one of the most frequently found forms of trash in the world’s oceans and on beaches. Our goal is to keep caps not only out of the ocean, but out of landfills as well.  Although caps are made from materials that are very recyclable (high-density polyethylene and polypropylene), their small size can make them difficult to recycle.  When tossed into recycling bins on their own, caps cannot make it through an automated recycling facility and often literally “fall through the cracks.”  Gimme 5 partners with schools to educate about caps recycling and to help schools serve as cap collection hubs.  Schools then can bring collected caps to a nearby Gimme 5 bin.(Gimme 5 Website)

We will be placing trash cans in the gym. Please turn in your "#5" caps in the gym.

More information will be discussed at the PTO meeting on September 18, 2018.

Schoolbelles - Uniform Provider

Our new uniform provider for our plaid jumper and navy skort will be Schoolbelles. They have set up a web site with our current uniform information. A flyer will be sent home about the new uniform provider. Click on the link below...

Schoolbelles Uniforms

CJ'S Threads will continue to provide our uniform polo shirts.



Labels/Ink Cartridges

Please turn in to the school office any Box Top Labels, Best Choice labels, or ink cartridges.