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Middle School Students Learn about Jewish High Holy Days

On Tuesday, Sept. 26, Holy Innocents' Episcopal School welcomed a special guest to speak to Middle School chapel about the Jewish High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Senior Rabbi Brad Levenberg from Temple Sinai, a Reform Jewish congregation right around the corner from the 805, talked with students about the significance of the High Holy Days for our Jewish friends and neighbors. Rosh Hashanah, which commemorates the Jewish New Year and a time of reflection, began at sundown on Sept. 15 and concluded at sundown on Sept. 17. Yom Kippur, a day focused on atonement and repentance, took place from sundown on Sept. 24 to sundown on Sept. 25. 

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Primary School Food Drive Helps Give Neighbors "The Best Start"

Our Primary School students know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day – so during the week of Sept. 18-22, they donated and collected breakfast foods to donate to our neighbors at Solidarity Sandy Springs, a local food pantry that serves an average of 750-800 families each week. As a part of this Service Learning opportunity, called "The Best Start", kindergarten students loaded boxes full of donations onto the Holy Innocents' Episcopal School bus and took a trip down the road to Solidarity to deliver the donations in person. 

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Save the Date for Giving Day 2023!

Thursday, September 28 is Holy Innocents' Episcopal School's fourth annual Giving Day. Giving Day is one day of the year where we go All Paws In to support the Golden Bear Annual Fund! It's a day for our community to come together, make an impact, and show our support for the School, our students, and our faculty. Our Giving Day goal is to secure 805 donors, in honor of The 805. 

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HIES Upper School Students Receive National Recognition for Academic Achievement

Holy Innocents' Episcopal School is delighted to announce that nine Upper School students have received National Recognition from the College Board. These students were among 72,000 students from across the country who earned academic honors in the National African American Recognition Program (NAARA), National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRA), and/or National Indigenous Recognition Program (NIA).  

  • Jordan Alston '24: NAARA
  • Jezel Carmon '24: NAARA, NHRA
  • Harmony Chennault '24: NAARA
  • Jack Fernandez '24: NHRA
  • Tucker Gleeson '24: NAARA, NHRA
  • Nicolas Johnson '24: NAARA
  • Clarisa Lander '24: NHRA
  • Adreana Sands '24: NAARA
  • Nina-Rose Smith '25: NAARA
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PEAK Institute Hosts Self-Defense Trail Run

On Thursday, Sept. 21, the PEAK Institute at HIES hosted a Trail Run focusing on Women's Self-Defense and Situational Awareness. 16 Upper School students signed up for the workshop, led by Jason Hubbard, a high school educator and reserve deputy at the Cherokee County Sheriff's Department, and his wife, Holly. Coach Hubbard shared advice on remaining present and self-aware, taught basic defensive maneuvers and encouraged the students to advocate for their own safety with confidence. 

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