Annual Report 2018-2019

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1999—2019 Holy Redeemer Catholic School 2018—2019 Annual Report

2018-2019 Letter From The Prncipal Dear Friends of Holy Redeemer, It is with pride and gratitude that we present to you the 2018-2019 Annual Report. We celebrate our 20th year as we began our first—with a mission to provide a quality academic education within the context of faith and spiritual formation and a culture of Catholic values. We are blessed to be a school where faith, academics, community and excellence are not only part of our mission, but also part of our daily lives. It is your continued support that makes the pursuit and attainment of this mission possible at Holy Redeemer. The 2018-2019 school year brought us many memories and accomplishments, including the awarding of our second National Blue Ribbon award for High Achieving Schools. Holy Redeemer was one of only 49 private schools in the country to receive the 2018 Blue Ribbon award reflecting standardized test scores in the top 10%-15% of the nation, clearly defined strategies for success, a well-rounded program serving the academic, physical and social needs of its population and a positive school environment with an active and engaged community. We are proud of our school and of our students, staff and families for their efforts in creating a community worthy of this prestigious recognition. As we celebrated our accomplishments, we also mourned the loss of two beloved staff members, Mrs. Cheryl Hogan and Ms. Catherine Spencer, as well as one of our fifth grade students, Emerson Podojil. We pray for them and for their families, we are grateful for the imprint they made in our school and on our lives and we trust that we will continue to make them proud. During this season of gratitude, we remain grateful for the grace of God, the gifts He bestows on our community and the support of our parents and benefactors. We remain cognizant of the gift of the students entrusted to our care and we ask that you keep the students, staff and families of Holy Redeemer in your prayers. May God bless you.

With gratitude,

Lauren Schell Principal Graduating Class of 2019

2018-2019 school statistics Mission Statement Holy Redeemer Catholic School is a faith-centered community dedicated to the Catholic Tradition rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our school challenges students to reach their full potential in academics, character and faith. Authored, May 2018 School Statistics

Accreditations & Affiliations

Enrollment: 456 Families: 314 Parishes: 18 Faculty and Staff: 61 Student/Teacher Ratio: 14:1

National Junior Honor Society Tri-M Music Honor Society AdvancED National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) Georgia Independent Schools Association (GISA) National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) National Associations of Student Councils (NASC) National Association of Secondary Schools Principals (NASSP) Atlanta Area Association of Independent Schools (AAAIS)

High School Attendance Class of 2017 Blessed Trinity: 25 St. Pius: 11 Marist:11 Public: 5 Private: 1 High School Attendance Cumulative Blessed Trinity: 574 St. Pius: 158 Marist: 85 Public 95

Philosophy Holy Redeemer Catholic School provides a Catholic education through which Gospel values are presented, lived and fostered. The administration, faculty and staff believe: 

Our Catholic faith is evident in everything we do.

Our community is committed to the success of our school. Our implementation of the curriculum is based on best practice research. Parents play a vital role in the success of our instructional pedagogy. Our curriculum is implemented by highly credentialed and experienced teachers and administrators. Students’ learning is facilitated by teaching that is direct and systematic.

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2018-2019 school highlights

Catholic Identity                

Catholic faith integration across curriculum Weekly liturgy on Fridays at St. Brigid Catholic Church Nine grade-level Masses throughout the year All-school Rosary in October Monthly Saint Family activities Retreats at Camp Hidden Lake and Taylor Lodge for our 8th grade class Grade-level reflections and service projects Grade-level reconciliation Club service projects Preparation for Holy Communion and First Reconciliation for our 2nd grade class Nativity Pageant by our 3rd grade class Food Drives Service from the Heart in February Living Stations of the Cross Rosary Guild — student-made rosaries for those in need Faculty retreat at St. Ignatius House Curriculum/Activities            

Extended Day Program Middle School Oratorical contest Spelling Bee Geography Bee Battle of the Books (grades 3-6) Catholic Math League Contest MLK Essay and Poster Contest National Handwriting Contest NJHS and Tri-M Honor Societies Student Council Middle School Musical – Alice In Wonderland Extra-Curricular Middle School Cross Country, Golf, Swim and Tennis Band and Chorus Girl and Boy Scouts Chess Club Robotics

2018-2019 National Blue ribbon School of Excellence

On October 1, 2018, Holy Redeemer Catholic School was named one of only 49 private schools in the United States to be chosen to receive a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence award for High Achieving Schools. This is the second time Holy Redeemer has applied for this award and the second time we have been honored with this distinction (2009 and 2018). The entire school came together to watch the announcement live from Washington D.C. by the U.S. Secretary of Education and celebrate our award.

2018-2019 financial statement assets

Revenue Tuition—Gross


Cash & Cash Equivalents

Less Financial Aid


Funds on Deposit with CENGI

Fees Archdiocesan Subsidy for Financial Aid Grace Scholars/Financial Aid Donations


Accounts Receivable, Net


Beneficial Interest in Assets Held by Foundation


Property and Equipment, Net



Archdiocesan Subsidy For Construction Debt





Student Services

$442, 909.00

Facility Rental, Interest Income, Athletics & Other

Accounts Payable & Accrued Expenses


Accounts Payable-Services, Inc.

Total Revenue


Expenses Salaries and Benefits


Total Assets

Tuition & Fees, Received in Advance

Net Assets

Student Services


Without Donor Restrictions



With Donor Restrictions

Archdiocesan Assessments


Total Net Assets

Archdiocesan Construction For Debt Reduction




Total Expenses Cost to Educate

$5,166,129.00 $10,561.00





$4,885,566.00 $36,038.00 $12,481,091.00

$262,288.00 $41,323.00 $240,137.00





Total Liabilities








Note Payable, CENGI


Advancement & Events


Total Liabilities & Net assets

$3,013,862.00 $485,481.00 $3,499,343.00 $12,481,091.00

2018-2019 honors and awards National Junior Honor Society: Inducted Spring 2019

Grade 7: Ava Barber; Brendan Brown; Julie Comeaux; Alexis Cook; Maria de Irisarri; Elizabeth Lahey; Laurie Lewis; Kaitlyn Mackenzie; Kathryn Miller; Kate Nelson; Ben Weber; Nate Valenty Grade 8: Campbell Lee; John Sansone Tri-M Music Honor Society:

Sarah Camilo-Sanchez; Natalie Collett; Amelia Comeaux; Grace Jacob; Gigi Kammerer; Addison McKee; Matthew Steele

MLK Essay and Poster Contest:

Battle of the Books Winning Teams:

National Geographic Geography Bee:

Grade 3 – Bradyen Wise, Matthew Doucet, Zakary Mountain, Alex Leber Grade 4 – Kevin Richards, Valeria Henz, Jack Powell, Benett McKee Grade 5 – Grady Strickland, Andrew Schmitt, Matthew Steele, Daniel Barber Grade 6 –Audrey Scheck, Madison Algier, Sarah McGowan, Clare Cole Grade 7 - Ellie Lahey, Julie Comeaux, Maria DeIrisarri, Ide Strickland National Handwriting Contest:

Grade 1-Sophie Clements Grade 2-Molly Quinn Grade 3-Seth Gossett Grade 4-Amelia Cook Grade 5-Kylie Collett

Essay Winner: Omeno Abutu (8th) Poster Winner: Sophie Clements (3rd) 1st Place: Nick Cianciotti (7th) Spelling Bee:

1st Place: John Sansone (8th) 2nd Place: Christian Ramirez (6th) Religion Bee:

Middle School: Joe Sansone Intermediate: Claire Helfrich Archdiocesan Oratorical Competition:

Omeno Abutu (8th) Blessed Trinity High School Book Award:

Nate Valenty (8th) St. Pius X High School Chi-Rio Award:

Sarah Knight (8th) Archbishop Donoghue Award:

Omeno Abutu and Brian Knuth SPIRIT OF HOLY REDEEMER AWARD:

Grade 1—Alexandra Hustin, Ryan Karschner,

Mia Brown, CJ Banaszak Grade 2—Megan Swaim, Stephen Schmidt, Claire Knuth, Landon Iselin Grade 3—Finley Steimer, Tomas Lopez-Morton, Amara Akoh, Santiago Espinosa Grade 4—Brigitte Comlish, Noah Osegueda, Natalie Iselin, Andrew Osegueda Grade 5—Gigi Kammerer, Alec Devlin, Kylie Collett, Caden Scruggs Grade 6—Addison McKee, Colin Lengyel Grade 7—Ellie Lahey, Mikael Mountain

2018-2019 service projects Holy Redeemer Catholic School is a faith-centered community committed to living the principles of the Catholic Tradition rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our school community takes seriously Jesus’ command to live the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy. From our kindergarteners to eighth graders, Holy Redeemer Catholic School’s mission is evident. Kindergarten students begin their journey of service by creating Christmas stockings filled with items for Catholic Charities’ Refugee Resettlement children to use in their new homes.

First Graders multiply their talents and collect funds to purchase items needed by children in the Mustard Seed communities of Nicaragua. Second Graders reach out to their home and school communities by organizing a coat drive to collect coats for children and adults being assisted by the North Georgia area St. Vincent de Paul Society. Third Graders realize the potential within themselves to help others less fortunate by walking in the shoes of children who have been suddenly removed from their families. They use their talents to buy backpacks and items needed by the children assisted by the Foster Care Support Foundation. Fourth Graders heed the call of Pope F rancis by practicing stewardship of God’s creation through a yearlong recycling project on the Holy Redeemer campus. Fifth Graders develop a business plan to reach out to their school and neighborhoods to collect new and gently-used winter blankets for needy families received by North Fulton Community Charities. In Middle School, the students begin a formal program focused on the Corporal Works of Mercy. Sixth Graders work together in small groups in local organizations that assist the homeless. Seventh Graders explore the issue of hunger among low-income Georgians in the context of their faith and raise funds for local food banks by participating in Atlanta’s only Hunger Walk. Eighth Graders combine all their service experience from previous years to collaborate in small groups on various service organizations that focus on the Corporal Works of Mercy. Our mission of service for others reaches a new level every February. In place of Valentine’s Day parties, every Holy Redeemer student participates in a Service from the Heart hour. Students work together in their Saint Families on various service projects to emphasize the love of Christ for everyone, especially those most in need. Holy Redeemer students also conduct three all-school food drives during the year to support the food pantries of neighboring parishes and organizations.

2018-2019 ways to give When considering gifts to Holy Redeemer Catholic School, there are many opportunities that will not only benefit the school’s exceptional programs, but may also provide a tax-deductible contribution that is allowed by law. To learn more about ways to give to the school and its mission, contact: Jennifer Leonard, Director of Advancement at (770)-410-4056 ext. 216,

Annual Fund The Annual Fund is the foundation of giving to Holy Redeemer Catholic School. As with most private schools, tuition does not cover the full cost of educating our students. Giving to the Annual Fund each year bridges the gap between tuition income and the full cost to educate our students. Each year, the Annual Fund is an indispensable part of the school’s operating budget, enabling the school to fulfill its commitment to academic programs.

Cheryl Hogan tuition assistance fund In March of 2019, this fund was established for our school by the Hogan family in memory of Cheryl Hogan, our former Business Manager, in recognition of her passion for helping families in need provide a Catholic education for their children at Holy Redeemer. Please contact Jennifer Leonard to contribute to this fund.

Annual Gala, Car Raffle These events held throughout the school year are the only fundraising events for Holy Redeemer.

Cash Contributions Unrestricted gifts of cash are the most popular and convenient way to support Holy Redeemer Catholic School. Gifts can be made in a single contribution or pledged and paid in installments.

Matching Gifts Today many businesses have matching gift programs that will double or even triple an employee contribution. Some companies match the gifts of spouses and retirees as well, greatly increasing the impact of a donation. Matching gift information is available from your Human Resources office or the Advancement Office.

Gifts in Kind These non-cash gifts are items that the school needs and uses including, but not limited to, office supplies, computer equipment or printing services.

Securities Gifts of securities, stock or bonds benefit the donor and the school. This type of gift is tax-deductible and the donor may avoid paying capital gains tax on the appreciated stock or security.

Planned Giving The most common planned gift is through a donor bequest, trusts, gift annuities, real estate, memorial gifts, life insurance and other financial instruments. A codicil naming Holy Redeemer Catholic School as a beneficiary can be added to an existing will.

GRACE Scholars, Inc. Any Georgia taxpayer can make a donation to GRACE Scholars and qualify for the Georgia Private School Tax Credit. Donors receive 100% credit against their Georgia State tax liability. Money that would have gone to the State of Georgia is now supporting Catholic schools in Georgia. Please visit the GRACE Scholars website: for more information.

Holy Redeemer Catholic School Endowment w/Catholic Foundation of North GA An endowment fund was established with an initial gift from Joseph Mitchell. This fund is in trust for Holy Redeemer through the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia. Additional donations can be made through the Catholic Foundation.

2018-2019 donor list The Annual Report has been prepared by the Advancement Office. Every effort has been made to accurately list all contributions made through June 30, 2019. Should any inaccuracies or omissions appear, please accept our apologies.

Faculty and Staff Participation 100%

Mrs. Kate Abshier Mrs. Pam Alesch Mrs. Jeannie Barden Mrs. Pauline Battaglia Mrs. Michele Baumgarth Mr. Jerry Beck Mrs. Janelle Bohan Mrs. Doris Calvario Mrs. Julie Carrier Mrs. Amber Cerone Mr. Matt Chambers Mrs. Carol Crosby Mrs. Valerie Davis Mrs. Kelly Edwards Mrs. Alma Flores Mrs. Lynn Foster Mrs. Maribel Gabriel Mr. Rob Gibbons Mrs. Kelsey Gilmore Mrs. Jeanna Guy Mrs. Julie Hall Mrs. Judy Hearn Mrs. Linda Henderson Mrs. Cheryl Hogan Mrs. Karen Hogan Mrs. Ann Jump Mrs. Sue Kalinauskas Mrs. Jennie Kennedy Mr. Ron Kratz Mrs. Christi Lee Mrs. Jennifer Leonard Mrs. Serena Martin Mrs. Brenda Maxwell Mrs. Stacy McWatt Ms. Wendy Mykyten Mrs. Sally Nimmo Mrs. Mary Pardee

Mrs. Colleen Patterson Mrs. Lauri Potter Mrs. Leticia Ramirez Mrs. Jan Schefstad Mrs. Lauren Schell Mrs. Marylee Sleeth Ms. Catherine Spencer Mrs. Betsy Spickard Mrs. Erin Stickland Mrs. Jane Sullivan Mrs. Darinda Teeling Mrs. Mary Terry Mrs. Toni Trevisan Ms. Heather Triggs Mrs. Kathy Vega

School Families Participation 78.83%

Visionaries (Gifts of $5,000 or more) Anonymous The Conrads Family Education Fund at the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Henry Charlton Mr. and Mrs. James Devlin Mr. and Mrs. Brian Dooling Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Glavine Mr. Charles Schneider

Meghan ‘09, Allison ‘12, Brian ‘19, Colleen & Caitlyn In memory of Enid H. Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schubert

1999 Founder’s Society (Gifts of $2,500-$4,999) Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bohman Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Jose Gomez Mr. and Mrs. Humberto Izquierdo

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nark Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Polli Mr. and Mrs. Marty Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Scott Woods

Redeemer Circle (Gifts of $1,000-$2,499) Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cianciotti Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cole Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collett Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Cook Mr. and Mrs. Charles DiGiacomo Mr. and Mrs. Ken Doucet Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. Nick Friedrich Mr. and Mrs. Paul Giliberto Mr. and Mrs. Jake Gilene Mr. and Mrs. Scott Gilkey Mr. and Mrs. Johnathon Grant In honor of Phil and Joan Snyder

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Huff Mr. Brian Iselin and Mrs. Christy Etter Mr. Peter Kim and Dr. Jenny Kim Mr. and Mrs. John Klein Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Kler Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knuth Mr. and Mrs. Martin Leber Mr. Michael Ling and Dr. Amy Dayries Ling

2018-2019 donor list Mr. and Mrs. Johan Lippens Mr. and Mrs. Rafael LopezMorton Mr. Soren Ludwig Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lutterman Mr. and Mrs. Bryan McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Matt McGee Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Tad McMichael Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mikos Mr. and Mrs. Mark Miller Mr. and Mrs. Juan Molina Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Morejon Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Murray Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Niko Nuyles Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Osequeda Dr. Kathryn Parris Mr. and Mrs. Billy Potter Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Powell Mr. and Mrs. Casey Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Riepe Mr. and Mrs. Tunde Sotunde Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Steimer Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Still Mr. and Mrs. Lance Swaim Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thieleke Mr. and Mrs. Brad Turner Mr. and Mrs. Ed Urrea Mr. and Mrs. Chris Weber Mr. and Mrs. David Weis Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wise Cardinal Guild (Gifts of $675-$999) Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Balderas Mr. Emad Balkash and Mrs. Rasha Francis Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ballisty Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bibbes Mrs. Kathryn Bobar Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bolte

Mr. and Mrs. Juan Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hight Mr. and Mrs. Dan Horras Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hyser Mr. and Mrs. David Imhoff Mr. and Mrs. Javier Jimenez Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kammerer Mr. and Mrs. Mark Karavite Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Don Knapp Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lahey In honor of HR teachers, staff and students

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Broderson Mr. and Mrs. Darron Brown Mr. and Mrs. Don Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Milo Cantu Mr. and Mrs. Justin Cardullo Mr. and Mrs. Jose Cepada Mr. and Mrs. Michael Chung Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clements Mr. and Mrs. David Dabbs Mr. and Mrs. Tony Dagnino Mr. and Mrs. Mike Driscoll Mrs. Anne Eisenhauer Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Elder Mr. and Mrs. Thomas England Mr. and Mrs. Mark Endres Mr. and Mrs. Jose Espinosa In memory of Emilio Cano

Mr. and Mrs. Sean Farnam Mr. Anthony Fiore Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fontenot Mr. and Mrs. Nick Friedrich Mr. and Mrs. Thayer Gallison Mr. and Mrs. Gary Graebner Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Greco Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Harcrow Mr. and Mrs. Wes Heerboth

Mr. and Mrs. Seok Lee Mr. and Mrs. Sean MacKenzie Mr. and Mrs. George Madelil Mr. and Mrs. Andres Maya Mrs. Teresa McClusky In memory of Neil McClusky

Mr. and Mrs. Alan McLean In memory of Mary I. Flaherty

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McVeigh Mr. and Mrs. Michael Miller Mr. Peter Molloy and Mrs. Lynn Vicchiolla Mr. and Mrs. Eric Mondi Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Muir Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mulligan Mr. and Mrs. Alessandro Orelli Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Osterloh Mr. and Mrs. Dom Pecot Mr. and Mrs. J. David Prologo Mr. and Mrs. Steve Purdon Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Ramos In memory of Emily Ramos

2018-2019 donor list Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts Mr. and Mrs. John Rogowski Mr. and Mrs. Brad Scheck Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schimmel Mr. and Mrs. John Schweizer Mr. and Mrs. David Schmitt Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Scruggs Mr. and Mrs. John Speckhart Mr. and Mrs. Adam Steele Mr. and Mrs. Scott Tate Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Testud Mr. and Mrs. Hall Todd In honor of our children

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Urrea Mr. and Mrs. Tony Valenty Mr. and Mrs. Brad Vrba Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Walker Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wise Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yensel Mr. and Mrs. Don Zuhlke

Red and Gold Friend (Gifts of up to $674) Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Peter Avitabile Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. Brian Brown Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Burnett Mr. and Mrs. Paul Calnan Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Colcord Ms. Megan Mary Cook Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cook Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox Ms. Kristin Deitrick In honor of Delores Ryan

Mr. and Mrs. Mynor Del Cid Castillo Mr. and Mrs. Justin Dey Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas DeRue Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eaton Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fernandez

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilmartin Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hill Mr. and Mrs. William Horton Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Todd Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Huster Mr. and Mrs. Jon Jaskwhich Mr. and Mrs. Chad Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robby Karschner Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kelly Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly Ms. Beatrice Kibera Mr. and Mrs. Tom Knight Ms. Alyshia Koerner Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Keith Louer Mr. and Mrs. Loren Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Brian McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Brad McKee Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Millsaps Mr. and Mrs. Ben Montello Ms. Gloria Mountain Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nall

Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Navarro Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Nelson Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson Mr. David Norden and Dr. Aileen Norden Mr. and Mrs. Don Novak Mr. and Mrs. Clark Oetting Ms. Winifred Oloni Mr. and Mrs. Raul Ortiz Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley Mr. and Mrs. Greg Powell Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Prater Mr. and Mrs. Mike Prindle Mr. and Mrs. Richard Quinnelly Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rajamani Ms. Linda Richards Mr. and Mrs. Cesar SanchezVegas Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sannuti Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sansone Mr. and Mrs. Scott Schoenberg Mr. and Mrs. Preston Shirmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sik Mr. and Mrs. Julian Smiles Mr. and Mrs. Rick Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Strong Mr. and Mrs. John Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Brian Terry Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tolusso Mr. and Mrs. Michael Turner Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Weir Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Whalen Mr. and Mrs. Gytis Zunde

2018-2019 grandparents & friends

Mr. and Mrs. William Baker

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Gerker

Jack Gilkey

Mary Grace ‘14, Henry ‘17, Emily ’18 & Charlie Mondi

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ballisty David Ballisty

Mrs. Linda Gilmartin

Mr. and Mrs. John Batten

Georgia June Gilmartin

Nash & Eli Turner

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Graebner

Mr. Gerald Belanger

Caitlyn Graebner

Mrs. Janice Bell Lauren ‘17 & Kaitlyn Mackenzie

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bible

Mr. and Mrs. Duane Griffin Haze & Kate Miller

Mr. and Mrs. John Hart

Sadie & Stephen Schmidt

Anna ‘14 & Margaret ‘17 Hart Joe ‘19, John ‘19 & Isabella Sansone

Mrs. Carol Bobar

Mr. and Mrs. David Hartman

Anne Marie ‘19, Brooke & Bailey

Jack & Kate Lutterman

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brown

Mr. Dan Henning

Addison McKee

Alec & Kate Devlin

Dr. and Mrs. Art Brown

Ms. Judy Henning

Matthew Steele In Memory of Bea Brown and May Saywell

Alec & Kate Devlin

Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Chavez

Reagan E. & Caroline G. Huff

Greg & Maria Koerner

Mr. Larry Cordek Natalie and Kylie Collett

Mrs. Peggy Cryer Dominic, Isabella & Anna Grace Cryer

DeMarco Family Avery Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeQuick Leah & Gabe Green

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Derda Jackson & Lindsey Weir

Mrs. Marcia L. Devlin Alexander & Kate Devlin

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Etter Natalie & Landon Iselin

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Falter Cristina & Jack Powell

Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Fernandez Isabella ‘17, Francesca ’19 & Daniela Eaton Gabriella ’18 & Veronica Strong ‘19

Mrs. Martha Fry Ryan Grant

Mrs. M. Constance Gallison Alexis Gallison

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Huff

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson Charlie & Leo Roberts

Mrs. Rita Kachmarchyk Ms. Shayne Kemp Rebecca Schimmel In memory of Timothy Swarthout

Mrs. Lynn King Leah Rogowski

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Knight Sarah Knight ‘19

Mr. and Mrs. James Kyle Ryan Skala

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lewis Mia, Sydney & Mia ‘19 Riepe

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ligouri David Ballisty

Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Ling Jr. Madeleine ‘14, Sarah ‘16, Charlotte, Johnathan & Olivia Ling

Dr. Alfonse Masi Christopher & Gigi Kammerer

Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. McGing Declan & Colin Hill In Memory of Mike Wilcox

2018-2019 grandparents & friends Mr. Thomas P. McGrath

Mrs. Jeanne St. Onge

Lucia, Sasha & Callie McGrath In memory of Lucia McGrath, great grandmother

Kienan Glavine In memory of Robert St. Onge

Mr. and Mrs. Lois McKibans

Mrs. Elaine Tegart

Lilly Urrea

Mackenzie ‘14, Sophie ’17 & HB ‘19 Todd

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McVeigh

Mrs. Sharon Tepedino

Meghan ‘19 & Aidan McVeigh

Alex Herald

Mrs. Laurenthia Mesh

Mr. and Mrs. Ric Terry

Keegan Mera

Brantley & Brayden Terry

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Hal Todd

Peyton ‘16, Charlie ’18 & Will Miller

Mackenzie ‘14, Sophie ’17 & HB ‘19 Todd

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Urie

Kate & Haze Miller

Andy & Ben Lamp

Mrs. Ann Nelson

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Weber

Lindsey ‘18, Kate & Matthew Nelson

Madeline Calnan

Cao Nguyen

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weis

Alex & Anna Nguyen

Meaghan & Kaitlyn Weis

Mr. and Mrs. Bob O’Connor

Mr. and Mrs. John Wise

Allie Maldonado

Kallyn, Brayden & Aibhlinn Wise

Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Pecot Sr. William Pecot

Mrs. Concepcion Phillips Amelia & Carolina Cox

Alumni Parents Mr. and Mrs. Rich Capuano

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Porter

Mr. and Mrs. William Fitzpatrick

Megan Swaim In honor of Lance and Margie Swaim

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flanagan

Mrs. Patty Rouster Chloe ‘17 & Jack ‘19 Woods In memory of Harold “Skip” Rouster

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sansone

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gandolfo Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lopez

Joe ‘19, John ’19 & Isabella Sansone

Mr. and Mrs. David Lubert

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schiavo

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pacer

Gemma Greco In memory of Antoinette Schiavo

Mr. and Mrs. Wes Preece

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schimmel

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newton

Rebecca Schimmel

Mr. and Mrs. Darren Rish

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Sharp

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Shappard

Avery Anderson

Mrs. Margaret Sik

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith

Andrew Sik

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Tome Tooley

Kallyn & Brayden Wise


Mr. and Mrs. Jim Steele Matthew Steele

Miss Elizabeth Freeman

2018-2019 matching gifts & grants

Matching Gift Companies 3M AT&T Employee Giving Program (Your Cause) Bank of America Benevity Chubb Charitable Foundation Delta Airlines Fair Isaac Corporation JLL Hotels and Hospitality Kimberly Clark LexisNexis Risk

Northwestern Mutual PNC Bank SAP Inc. Suntrust Bank Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc. United Way Verizon Foundation VMware

2018-2019 grace scholars In 2008, Georgia lawmakers voted to allow state taxpayers to redirect a portion of their State Income Taxes to support Catholic Education. Each donation provides a dollar-for-dollar tax credit. GRACE Scholars, Inc. provides scholarships to those families in need of assistance for Catholic Education for grades K-12. Thank you to the following taxpayers who re-directed their Georgia tax dollars to GRACE Scholars. Currently, Holy Redeemer Catholic School has 52 GRACE Scholar students. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn Andrew

Mr. and Mrs. Javier Jimenez

Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Connor Jr.

Mr. John Baker

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Julian

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baratta

Mr. and Mrs. Gediminas Kalinauskas

Mr. Robert Paredes and Mrs. Maisie Wong-Paedes

Mr. and Mrs. David Barber

Mr. Jeffrey Kammerer and Ms. Maria Masi

Mr. and Mrs. David Pavia

Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Bibbes

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kassis

Mr. and Mrs. Dominique Pecot

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bracken

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kindrick

Mr .and Mrs. Matthew Polli

Mr. Frederick Bruce

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knuth

The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. John Puetz

Mr. Jack and Dr. Victoria Callicutt

Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Korn

Mr. and Mrs. Casey Quinn

Ms. Lorna Cloutier

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kuroski

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reinkemeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Damas

Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Kyker Jr.

Mr. William and Mrs. Lauren Schell

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dembowski II

Mr. and Mrs. Norris Lanius

Mr. and Mrs. David Schmitt

Mr. and Mrs. David Dombeck

Ms. Carol Layden

Mr. and Mrs. James Schubert

Mr. and Ms. Brian Dooling

Mr. David Lemcoe

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scully

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Doucet

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Lengyel

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Shappard

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dwier

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ling

Mr. and Mrs. Preston Shirmeyer

Ms. Christy Etter and Mr. Brian Iselin

Mr. and Mrs. Myron Livingston

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Feltes

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Louis

Dr. and Mrs. David Smith

Dr. Carlos Franco and Dr. Mabel Ceballos-Franco

Mr. David Lubert and Mrs. Kathleen McDonnell

Dr. and Mrs. Tunde Sotunde

Mr. and Mrs. James Galicki

Mr. and Mrs. George Madelil

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stinchfield

Mr. and Mrs. Davis Gallison

Mr. and Mrs. David Mariner

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Swiacki

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gandolfo

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Markby

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gebhardt

Mrs. Sharon Massey

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tollett

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Grisik

Mr. and Mrs. Christian McAuliffe

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Valz III

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Heerboth

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGrath

Mr. and Mrs. James West

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helfrich

Mr. and Ms. William McLendon

Mr. and Mrs. John Wise

Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller

Mr .and Mrs. Matthew Wise

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Horras

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Muir

Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hudson

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Murray

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Woods

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Huff

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nark

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zayas

Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Jensen

Mr. Phillip Nicholson

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stapleton

2018-2019 day of giving

#iGiveCatholic is celebrated annually on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. #iGiveCatholic is an online giving day that kicks off the charitable season and brings the Catholic community together to give thanks and give back to Holy Redeemer. #iGiveCatholic is a day of giving event that reaches beyond our parent community to others who wish to support Catholic Education. As the first-ever online giving day created to celebrate our unique Catholic heritage, #iGiveCatholic inspires faithful stewards to “Give Catholic” on #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving. Many have looked for a way to support the Catholic educational system that helped form their lives and the lives of their families. #iGiveCatholic, Giving Tuesday provides that opportunity. This year, our goal was $7,500. Our hope was to raise enough money to convert our computer lab into a “Learning Center” to better serve our students as they learn to work collaboratively both now and in the future. Thanks to the support of the Catholic community, we surpassed our goal and raised $8,358.00 – we are truly blessed. Many Blessings – Lauren Schell, Principal Jennifer Leonard, Director of Advancement Perrie and Charmaine Bartholomew

The Hernandez Family

The Mosley Family

The Bataillon Family

John and Cheryl Hogan

Mike and Kathleen Mulligan

Doug and Michele Baumgarth

Lauren Hogan

Kevin and Samantha Murray

Jack W. and Torey Callicutt

Mike and Nicole Hudson

The Nava Family

Gomez-Castellanos Family

Gary and Jennifer Graebner

Ronald and Mary Celeste Osterloh

Tyler and Amber Cerone

Todd and Stacey Hunt

Carlos and Roxanna Osegueda

The Chung Family

Mr. Mike Hyser

Thomas and Heather Pacer

Anthony and Melissa Cianciotti

Christy Etter and Brian Iselin

The Podojil Family

Andy and Carrie Clonts

William and Gerise Janousek

Bo and Julie Quinnelly

The Collett Family

Tom and Julie Lahey

The David Riepe Family

The Cully Family

Steven and Jennifer Leonard

Lauren and Bill Schell

Brian and Lisa Dooling

Jonathan Lee and Family

John and Nicole Schweizer

Tom and Lisa Eaton

Mike and Amy Ling

Julian and Lorraine Crasto Smiles

The Eisenhauer Family

Jeff and Deb Lutterman

Craig and Heidi Wade

Rasha Francis

Kim and Sean MacKenzie

Chris and Kim Weber

Scott & Alicia Gilkey

The Madelil Family

Scott and Kim Woods

Wes and Terri Heerboth

Mark and Danielle Miller

2018-2019 alumni Graduating Class of 2015 (holy redeemer) and 2019 (high school)

2018-2019 in loving memory Catherine Spencer, Religious Education Coordinator/Teacher November 13, 1956—January 3, 2019

Cheryl Hogan, Director of Operations September 19, 1962—March 15, 2019

Emerson Podojil, Beloved Student February 29, 2008—June 5, 2019

Angel of God My guardian dear To whom God’s love Commits me here.

Ever this day Be at my side To light and guard To rule and guide.


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