Where the Class of 2020 is headed to school

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Some people have had enough of this quarantine

May 13, 2020

Take care of yourself and each other. Take a bubble bath, read a book, bake some cookies, lay in the sun, go for a walk, play with your pets, draw with some sidewalk chalk on your driveway, call a friend and talk about your lives, write a letter and send it to someone, email a teacher with gratitude (shout out to Mrs.Cillessen and Mr. Willden for that idea), play a board game with your family, and just remember that even though we can't say it in person yet, you are loved and cared for by so many people.

Dealing with Mental Health During Isolation

May 13, 2020

The afflictions of coronavirus have been felt in varying degrees by everyone around the world. Most of the population has had to endure a lockdown of some type, social-distancing orders, the loss of jobs, and mental health challenges such as anxiety and depression.

COVID-19 is taking it’s toll on sports too

May 12, 2020

“I'm really missing the team as a whole and all the fun memories we usually get a chance to make during the season.  It's difficult to get a Team Snap notification that I was supposed to be playing a game today and instead I haven't even practiced with my team in almost two months.”

Holy Family forces you to be a part of something bigger than yourself

Recent Opinion Stories

Some people have had enough of this quarantine

May 13, 2020

Take care of yourself and each other. Take a bubble bath, read a book, bake some cookies, lay in the sun, go for a walk, play with your pets, draw with some sidewalk chalk on your driveway, call a friend and talk about your lives, write a letter and send it to someone, email a teacher with gratitude (shout out to Mrs.Cillessen and Mr. Willden for that idea), play a board game with your family, and just remember that even though we can't say it in person yet, you are loved and cared for by so many people.

Dealing with Mental Health During Isolation

May 13, 2020

The afflictions of coronavirus have been felt in varying degrees by everyone around the world. Most of the population has had to endure a lockdown of some type, social-distancing orders, the loss of jobs, and mental health challenges such as anxiety and depression.

Reflections on 2020

May 11, 2020

Animals and wildlife are making more of an appearance and walking freely on the streets or beaches. The air has become cleaner, water has cleared, everything is cleaning itself. Sometimes major events need to take place in order for humans to realize that they are the inhabitants that are hurting the earth.

Video: Virtual Signing Day for the HF Class of 2020

Recent Sports Stories

Where the Class of 2020 is headed to school

May 16, 2020

The Class of 2020 will be spread out to 24 different states, the District of Columbia and even one in Canada. They will represent Holy Family at over 55 different colleges, universities and military academies this fall.

Sports Will Return

May 14, 2020

From all the chaos and confusion that arose since the outbreak of the coronavirus, you may have forgotten all about the Colorado sports teams that had their season put on pause. 

COVID-19 is taking it’s toll on sports too

May 12, 2020

“I'm really missing the team as a whole and all the fun memories we usually get a chance to make during the season.  It's difficult to get a Team Snap notification that I was supposed to be playing a game today and instead I haven't even practiced with my team in almost two months.”

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