Holy Cross of San Antonio – SHINING FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD

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Today, Principal Galindo attended a special breakfast hosted by Archbishop Gustavo Siller.

Attendees of the breakfast were the Archbishop, the Superintendent, Mrs. Marti West, and all of the area principals from the Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio.

Thank you for your leadership, Archbishop Siller and Superintendent West.

FRESHMEN THEOLOGY STUDENTS CREATE FREE STANDING CHURCH STRUCTURES

Mr. Foreman’s Freshmen Theology Class, was challenged to make the tallest, free standing church structures, only using  marshmallows and spaghetti as materials. The students competed against each other to determine who could make the tallest structure. The photos below show the class winners.

(Left to Right) Allyson, Sarah, Danielle, Amy, Alejandra, and Justin

(Left to Right) Allyson, Sarah, Danielle, Amy, Alejandra, and Justin

(Left to Right) Agustin, Kaelyn, Erika and Pilar

HOLY CROSS ALUMNUS ELECTED TO THE EDGEWOOD SCHOOL BOARD

(Left to Right) Brother Stanley, Dr. Rodriguez, and Mr. Galindo

Congratulations to Alumnus, Dr. Eddie Muzquiz Rodriguez , Class of 1984, for being elected to the Edgewood School Board. After attending Edgewood ISD Schools, H.K. Williams Elementary and Gus Garcia Jr. High School, Dr. Rodriguez came to Holy Cross. After graduating from Holy Cross he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from St. Mary’s University in 1989. He continued to work in the Edgewood ISD for 25 years in multiple positions: a substitute teacher, Science Teacher at Wrenn Middle School and Math & Science Academy (John F. Kennedy High School); Curriculum Specialist; and Administrator of the Toltech T-STEM Academy of Memorial High School. Dr. Rodriguez played an instrumental role in writing the grant for the eight-classroom Science Lab Building at Kennedy High School and the six-classroom Science Lab Building at Memorial High School. In 2001, he earned in Master’s Degree in Education, with emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction (in Integrated Science Instruction K-12), from Our Lady of the Lake University. Dr. Rodriguez received has Doctorate Degree (PhD) in Education Administration from Texas A&M University, College Station in 2012. Currently, Dr. Rodriguez is working as the Principal of the Harlandale ISD STEM Early College High School-Alamo Colleges at Palo Alto, which is the first STEM Early College High School in a large metropolitan area in Texas and the first in San Antonio. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Texas A&M University-San Antonio, he teaches a Secondary Science Methods Course.

Accomplishments:

  • Superintendent’s Certificate from The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).
  • Presented at State and National Conferences about strategies for teaching and addressing the needs of students.
  • Worked in Mexico City as a presenter at the “Secretaria de Educacion Publica (SEP)” (Mexico’s Department of Education)
  • 2008 Fulbright Scholar Award Recipient from the United Stated State Department for travel to Mexico City to learn about their education system.
  • Clark Scholar Recipient from Texas A&M College Station.
  • Worked as a private consultant assisting schools in Rhode Island and Texas at improving their academics performances in science and mathematics.

Congratulations Dr. Rodriguez!!

Congratulations to our football team for their 43-22 playoff win over Pantego Christian. Come and support them in the next round of the playoffs.

DETAILS

What: State Football Quarterfinals vs Fort Worth Christian

When: Friday, November 21, 7:00pm

Where: Georgetown ISD Stadium in Georgetown, Tx (2275 N Austin Ave, Georgetown, Tx 78626)

GOOD LUCK KNIGHTS!!

San Antonio Express-News: Ancira Youth Sport & Outdoors honorees- Sunday, November 16, 2014

MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM FEATURED IN THE SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS

Congratulations to our Holy Cross Middle School Football Team for being selected as one of the Ancira All-Star Youth Sports & Outdoors Honorees. The  Middle School Football Team was featured in the Sunday, November16, 2014 Sports section. To view the feature, please pick up a copy of this past Sunday’s San Antonio Express-News.

Holy Cross Middle School Football Team 2014- Ancira youth Sports & Outdoors honorees.

See what’s going on around campus this week.

School Week November 17 – November 22

HC FOOTBALL FEATURED ON GREAT DAY SA

This morning a few of Holy Cross’ Senior Varsity Football players along with Head Coach, Mike Harrison were on “Game On With David Flores”, a segment of KENS 5 Great Day SA Morning Show.

Good Luck to our Varsity Football Team who will be playing in the first round of playoffs tomorrow night, Friday, November 14, 2o14.

GO KNIGHTS!!!!


Thank you to KENS 5 and the Great Day SA morning show for having Holy Cross on this mornings show.

Hey students and parents, get ready for our Scholastic Book Fair!

Monday Nov. 24 and Tuesday Nov. 25 all day in the library.

Thank you,

Karen M. Braeuler
Librarian
210-436-4237
karen.braeuler@holycross-sa.org

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