NORWICH – When it comes to building a strong family, the work is never done.
At Holy Family School in Norwich, they say building the physical, academic and spiritual structure has always been – and even more so recently – a somewhat unconventional, yet successful work in progress.
“It’s come a long way in the last few years,” said Holy Family’s Principal Joseph Gutosky. “Like any school, or any building, or any home, you always have more things you want to do, and can do.”
In the months leading up to this school year, previous plans to improve Holy Family converged with a decision to move the middle school from the Monsignor Festa Parish Center up to the elementary location on Prospect Street. Gutosky said parents, teachers, parishioners and support staff put in unpaid personal time and made Herculean efforts to make sure those challenges were met by September, a demonstration that did not suprise him.