Think of the eBulletinBoard as your school's "digital backpack."
In alignment with our system’s green vision, and in lieu of sending numerous informational flyers home in student backpacks, you will find information about community activities and events from area non-profits here on the eBulletinBoard. Please be sure to check back often for new community flyers!
Links may lead to another organization’s website or a PDF file. Publication of community flyers is for informational purposes only and does not constitute endorsement by Holy Family Catholic Schools.
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Dubuque Area Youth Ministry "Spring Break"
Join the Dubuque Area Youth for a "Spring Break" event filled with fun, faith, and service from March 15 - 17. All 6-12 graders from any parish are welcome to attend! The event will include Mass each morning, participating in various service opportunities throughout Dubuque, and ending with an epic Gaga Ball/Kick Ball party on the last day. See the attached flyer for more details and registration! Registration forms can be found hanging to the right of Mrs. Jones' office door (room 105 at Wahlert). Registration can be returned to Mrs. Jones (Campus Minister at Wahlert and Mazzuchelli, room 105 at Wahlert) or one of the parish youth ministers by March 11! Click Here for the Registration Form.
Dubuque Area Youth Ministry Camping Retreat – The Wilderness
Join the Dubuque area youth on a camping retreat! The retreat will take place May 7-9 at New Wine Park. All 9-12 graders are welcome to join us for a weekend of outdoor fun and some time to reflect on God's presence in our lives. Registration forms can be found hanging to the right of Mrs. Jones' office door (Campus Minister at Wahlert and Mazzuchelli, room 105 at Wahlert). Registration can be given to Mrs. Jones or one of your parish youth ministers by April 5. Click Here for the Registration Form.
Seeking a Family Navigator
50-100% position for Child Health Specialty Clinics, University of Iowa, located in Dubuque. The Family Navigator partners with families with a child with a serious emotional disorder to identify and prioritize family needs, identifies and facilitates access to community services; provides emotional supports and promotes family strengths and advocacy skills. Requires being a parent/primary care giver for a child/children with serious emotional disorder. For additional details, requirements or to apply, visit our website at: http://jobs.uiowa.edu and reference positing #20003736. Women and minorities candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Selection process will include a Credential and Background Check. The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.
GOLDEN GIRLS: Wahlert Catholic High School's volleyball champions
With 20 state championships, the most Hall of Fame inductees and an Olympian to its record, the Wahlert Catholic High School volleyball program is the most decorated in Iowa prep sports history. In GOLDEN GIRLS: Wahlert Catholic High School's volleyball champions, the Telegraph Herald and writer Brenden West review and relive nearly five decades of excitement and accomplishments of the Golden Eagles -- players, coaches and fans. Click here to purchase.
Camp Kesem supports children with a parental figure who has been diagnosed with cancer. We foster a supportive environment with fun events throughout the year, including a summer camp! Most importantly, everything that we offer is FREE to families. Camp is for children ages 6-18, with programming for younger children and families throughout the year.
Learn more at: campkesem.org