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2019 Computer Programming Competition

The HCHS ComputerClub hosts its annual programming competition on May 7, 2019 in the Media Center and is honored to have Mr. Frank Orzo ‘64, Ms. Ana Diez and Mr. AJ Sonnick ‘11 to be our competition judges. The theme this year is to build a website either from scratch or via an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), without using any online template. The target computer skills for students to familiarize with include: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Python.

We congratulate Steven Tautonico ‘19 on winning the first prize of $100! Steven created a social media platform for sharing and discovering collections. His dynamic website allows users to post pictures of their collection items and to follow other users. Behind the scene the program is coded by HTML/CSS/JavaScript, XML, Markdown, JSON and Python, with data stored in a relational database. The second prize, $50, goes to our 3rd-time winner, Andrew Henkel ‘19, who presents a website that describes several classical music composers. A score from the composer can be played right from the website. The aforementioned senior contestants were joined by a team of two beginner programmers, Kuanmin Wan (Junior) and Jiahao Wang (Sophomore). The team showcases a visual tour to one of the famous provinces in China, Zhe Jiang.

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)

NHS Membership Application

Applications for NHS membership for 2019-2020 school year are now available. Only Sophomore and Junior students who have a GPA of 90% or higher are encouraged to apply. Service, Leadership, and Character are the other major categories for consideration.

Applications are available in Room 313 from 7:30-8;00 AM and 2:30-3:00 PM each day. Completed applications are due on or before May 20, 2019.

NO LATE OR INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Please see Mrs. Doepfner in Room 313 if you have any questions,

Junior Unity Mass

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.

Go Knights!

Brother Karl Diemand C.S.C. Library and Media Center Dedication Ceremony

On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, members of the Holy Cross community gathered in the Brother Karl Diemand, CSC, Library and Media Center for the new space’s dedication ceremony. Holy Cross was honored to have Dori and John Gerspach ‘71 in attendance for the evening’s event. John and Dori’s generosity and vision allowed the possibility of the new Media Center to become a reality.

The blessing given by our chaplain Father Frank Schwarz highlighted our school’s illustrious history along with the wisdom of planning and adapting for the future.

The new Media Center creates learning spaces that can be easily reconfigured through the combined use of flexible seating and furniture. Two retractable glass walls allow the space to expand as needed, or allow individual classes to utilize the media center without the need of closing the space to other students. The Maker’s Space and robotics lab allows students to work independently on personal projects and provide secure storage for parts and tools.

Mr. Gerspach ‘71 said “I think about Br. Karl quite often and I’m always thankful for the positive impact that his creative writing class had on my success in college and in business.” Holy Cross and its students are indebted to the generosity of the Gerspach family. Similar to the impact Brother Karl had on the lives of his students, the Gerspach’s gift will have a lasting effect on the lives of these young men and women.

God Bless.