- Student Life
To continue to protect the health, safety, and well-being of our students and staff, Holy Name School will continue with the current Hybrid Model of students whose last name end with A-L attending in person on Monday and Tuesday and M-Z attending in person on Wednesday and Thursday, and Friday's being remote/virtual learning days.
We will continue with this Hybrid Model until November 13th for the remainder of the trimester and then determine our next steps.
Only Holy Name staff and students will be allowed inside of the building and masks are required.
Please continue to monitor this site, Facebook, and your e-mails, text, and voicemail messages for the latest updates.
Holy Name Catholic Elementary School was opened in 1918 by the Redemptorists and Servants of Mary. Today, 250 students, grades preschool through 8th, attend Holy Name. It is a state accredited inner-city grade school and preschool. Over 54% of our students are minority, representing more than 16 cultural heritages. We welcome all religious denominations and 45% of our students are non-Catholic. Currently 78% of our students participate in the Free and Reduced Lunch Program. The mission of Holy Name Catholic Elementary School is to educate children of diverse backgrounds to be academically prepared and compassionate toward others. Our goal is to provide children a faith-filled and values-centered education, regardless of income. We provide a free summer breakfast and lunch program federally (U.S.D.A) funded by the Nebraska Dept. of Ed. Nutrition Services (providing over 25,000 free meals each year.)
We supplement the curriculum with grants from various organizations. Target, Best Buy, Blue Cross, Nebraska Arts Council and many other organizations have provided funding for a yearly musical production, multi-media equipment, classroom curriculum supplies and supplementary programs. We collaborate with Alegent Health, UNO Psychology Department, Creighton University OISSE and Creighton Prep to provide services to our students.