Howells Community Catholic school
The Mission of the Howells Community Catholic School is to guide all students to develop spiritually, academically, and socially as positive Catholic members of a faith-filled society.
Howells Community Catholic School - A Special Place To Be!!
Our Promise to You
HCCS Students benefit from dedicated staff members who model and instill the value of service to community.
We teach our students respect of themselves and others. Our students are well prepared for middle school and beyond, as we position them to be productive citizens and future leaders!
Here at Howells Community Catholic School we offer an education built on our Catholic faith. Students attend Mass twice per week and have opportunities to become closer to Christ through daily prayer.
Non-Catholic and students of all backgrounds are welcome, as our environment is one that helps all students develop their intellect, character and spirituality starting at a young age.
"Since attending HCCS, I feel our children have grown academically because they have been able to receive individualized help if they need it and I feel that they are challenged to continue growing in their school work."
-Molly Cada, Parent
March 1st - Late Start-School of Faith, Teacher in Service
March 3rd - NO School - Girls State Basketball
March 10th - NO School - Boys State Basketball
March 13th - Janet's Jungle Plant Sales Kick-Off
March 18th-22nd - Father Gielow Mission
March 19th - FUN FEST!!
March 20th - NO School
March 22nd - K-3 Field Trip - Omaha Symphany & Children's Museum
Students will be attending Stations of the Cross at 3:00 SSPP every Friday during Lent!
March 9th End of 3rd Quarter
Thanks to all of you who saved your Bill's Food Mart receipts for HCCS last year!!! This is what our students all received!!
Please continue to save Bill's Food Mart receipts for us. There is currently a box at Bill's Food Mart, give to any HCCS student or bring to the school office!
"I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to attend Catholic school! It gave me a great foundation, both in learning about my faith and striving to live my life based on Jesus' example."
-Amie Dirkschneider, Alumni
First Day of School 2022-2023
Doors open at 7:50 am
Classes start at 8:15 am
Lunch 11:00 am (at the public school)
Dismissal Time approximately 3:30 pm
Mass time on Thursday and Friday at SSPP is 8:15 am