In order to facilitate reduced waiting time during Parent-Teacher-Student conferences, Holy Cross will be using TeacherReacher® to schedule November’s P-T-S Conferences. The system will allow you to schedule your appointments with your child’s teachers. By clicking on the teacher’s name you will be able to see available time slots. If you have a specific concern about your child, there is a text box available for you to notify the teacher. Upon securing a conference time slot, please print the form(s) for each meeting which will give you the teacher’s name, time, and room number. It is strongly recommended that you set up your parent account on TeacherReacher® as soon as possible by following the link on our homepage, www.holycrosshs.org.
Parents and Guardians can begin to schedule appointments on their own starting Thursday, October 24th at 6pm. Please review your scholar’s progress in Powerschool. If you do not have access to a device to schedule appointments, please contact Ms. Pirovolikos.
TeacherReacher® will allow you to make appointments (5 minutes in length) to meet with your scholar’s teachers. Please leave 5 minutes of travel time between your appointments. There should be enough appointment slots to meet most needs.
Parents/guardians will be expected to honor the time limitations of individual sessions. In order for the maximum number of parents/guardians to benefit from these appointments, it is absolutely necessary that everyone abides by their scheduled times. Please be aware that teachers will not be able to honor any unscheduled appointments. In addition, the times for scheduled appointments will be strictly followed. If you are late or miss your appointment, you may schedule a phone conference or in-school meeting for a future date. The system needs to be equitable and fair to everyone.
The scheduler will close on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 10pm. If you have any questions regarding your parent PowerSchool account or TeacherReacher® and the scheduling process, please contact Ms. Pirovolikos at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-886-7250 ext. 576.
We look forward to seeing you at the upcoming conference.
Click Here for the Women’s Guild 2019-2020 list of events. These events include our General Meetings, Halloween and March Madness Bingo, Holiday Vendor, Sip and Paint and our very own Modell’s and Five Guys Fundraiser to help raise money for Holy Cross High School.
It was a beautiful, sunny day when Holy Cross High School hosted their 37th Annual Golf and Dinner Classic at Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor, New York on Monday, June 24, 2019. Following warm-ups on the putting green and range, golfers dined on a bountiful Breakfast Buffet in the dining room and outdoor patio, then took to the course for an 11:00 am shotgun start. Holy Cross students greeted golfers at Hole #11 where they competed against John Lombardo ‘22 to get closer to the pin in the Beat the Student contest. Kayden Superville ’21, along with Lady Knights Emily Browne, Sara Keenan and Gabriella Tesi, managed the ticket sales with former Principal Joe Giannuzzi ’65 overseeing all. The ladies were more than happy to share with alumni their experiences as the first female students at Holy Cross High School!
Returning to the Club for the Cocktail Reception and Dinner Buffet, golfers were joined by their spouses, friends and Holy Cross parents. The overall dining experience and quality of food was outstanding and raffle ticket sales were brisk (over 50 items to choose from!). Bidders on the Silent Auction attracted, among others, fans of the Yankees, Mets, Jets, Rangers and St. John’s Red Storm.
Adjoining to the dining room for Dessert and the Live Auction, Golf Committee Chairman Chuck Merritt ’84 introduced Terry Tarpey, Sr. and Al Ceresa, members of the first graduating Class of 1959, this year’s golf outing honorees. Mike Truesdell, President of Holy Cross High School, gave a short “state of the school” address and Alumni Scholar Ian Doyle ’20 conveyed his gratitude to all of those present for their support of the Alumni Scholarship Fund. The highlight of the evening by far was the Live Auction, conducted by alumni James Benesh ’08 and AJ Sonnick ’11, who sparked non-stop laughter while generating bids totaling more than $21,000. One guest, John Giannone ’81, MSG Sportscaster for the New York Rangers, sealed the deal with a last minute contribution of a 7-night stay at his Villa on Hilton Head.
We would like to thank all of our Golf and Dinner Classic supporters,
with special thanks to these leadership sponsors:
Michael D. Sapraicone ‘74
Lead Sponsors The Della Vecchia Family
Daniel J. Hannon ‘73
Tom Keenan ‘67
Frank Korzekwinski ‘80
Lynch and Associates
Chuck Merritt ‘84
New York Community Bank
Bob Wellner ‘67
Save the Date
Monday, June 15, 2020
38th Annual Golf and Dinner Classic Old Westbury Golf and Country Club
Special thanks go to Mr. Orzo, the Chair of our Board of Directors, for his generous sponsorship and continued support for fostering computational thinking.
Photo credit: Steven Tautonico (Collectr) and Andrew Henkel (HTML code)
On Thursday April 11, 2019, members of the Class of 2020 and their families attended the Junior Unity Mass at Holy Cross High School. The evening was planned by Mrs. Mione and Mrs. Daus, the junior class moderators. Mass was led by our school chaplain, Father Frank Schwarz.
As seniors prepare for final exams, the evening officially heralds the Junior Class as the new leaders in the school. Each student received a pin to mark this momentous milestone. Students also received their class rings during the evening’s ceremony.
During the celebration, Mrs. Mione addressed the rising seniors, saying:
“The rings and pins that you receive today serve as a permanent reminder of the man you set out to be- a man of honor and integrity. You are … tasked with a shared mission to bring hope to others. Remember that when you look at your rings and pins. We also use this milestone as a reminder for you to enjoy your final year at Holy Cross. Savor your memories, and continue to dream big for your future … Make the most of your time here and create a lasting legacy with your fellow knights.”
The Class of 2020 is one of the remaining classes that are still all-boys at Holy Cross. This Fall, half of the building will have transitioned to co-educational classes since the announced Mission Expansion in 2017.
As the school’s underclassmen look for guidance and leadership, everyone at Holy Cross is confident in the example set by members of the Class of 2020.