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Volume 27 Number 26  |  3/26/2021
Jesus said to her, "I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?"
John 11:25-26


Grammar School

In Wednesday's chapel, Mrs. Brantley talked about how we sometimes need to play our role and allow others to shine. She discussed how John the Baptist had attracted a lot of attention for his preaching in the days of Jesus' ascension to popularity, but understood that the ultimate goal was to make the mission of Jesus Christ successful. For that, he would need to defer the notoriety that he had gained toward Jesus. If he had the spotlight, it would make it more difficult for Jesus to do His work.
Mrs. Brantley referenced how in the entire book of John, John never uses his own name; he only refers to himself as "a child of God." This summarizes his attitude toward playing his role and allowing another to shine.

Upper School

Trent Williams came and spoke at Upper School's chapel. Serendipitously, he discussed a very similar topic to Mrs. Brantley. He referenced many figures in popular sports that never got the most credit, but were still vital to the success of their team's success. He similarly talked about how John the Baptist had deferred to Jesus, playing down his own importance, in order to make Jesus, the star, more likely to succeed in His mission. He referenced how when hunting with your son or daughter, it is a difficult decision to, upon seeing a big buck, not take the shot for yourself, and allow your child to have the opportunity. 

Eagles Land in D.C.

Seniors visited national monuments and museums in their trip to Washington D.C.
They even got to catch up with alumnus Kyle Sultemeier.

Backpack Heroes


HSPA's Backpack Heroes is in full swing! Over the final 10 weeks of the school year, we are celebrating each new school day by welcoming our grammar students with an amplified morning drop off!

Each week a different family will be opening doors and helping our younger students to their destination. And each of these families will be tasked with making that drop-off… fun! This is a great time to create excitement and energy for our kids! Feel free to dress up or bring your own music.

If you’re available from 7:30 – 8:00 every morning for a week, you’re qualified. Whatever you choose to do to greet our students, it's all about having fun!

For more information, you can contact Keesha Odom ( or Kim Roberts (, and click here to sign up:


Rhetoric Parent Meeting
Monday, Mar 29 5:30PM

Covid has adjusted the path to college significantly!

  • The number of US high school seniors planning to go to 4-year college this Fall is down by 20%.
  • Most universities have extended their SAT optional policy for another year.
  • Online dual credit opportunities have been expanded to students as young as 15 years old.

This one hour meeting will save on your college budget and shorten your child's college semesters. It starts with a good summer strategy.

Parents of JUNIORS and SOPHOMORES - please come.

Freshmen parents and all Rhetoric students are also welcome. 

Monday, March 29, 5:30 pm, Herzog Hall

On Tuesday, March 30th at 6:15PM in MPAC, both boys and girls will be having a Final 4 "cutting of the nets" ceremony along with personal awards. We would love for everyone to come join us to celebrate these young athletes and all their hard work and sacrifices.  

No chapel dress on Wednesday, March 31. Chapel dress on Thursday, April 1

Grandparents Day
Apr 1, 8:30AM

Easter Holiday
Apr 2-5

Grandparents Day 2021
Live and Live Streamed!

We are going forward with our plan for GRANDPARENTS DAY! 

After missing the event last year during the quarantine, we are stepping into the project with enthusiasm and caution. Grandparents will be honored with a program featuring our K-12th grade classes. In the interest of caution during our lingering COVID era, all grandparents are invited to come who feel comfortable with wearing facemasks. We will set up MPAC with distancing in mind. Any grandparent who does not feel comfortable attending may opt to VIEW the program LIVE thanks to the team (the camera team who brought us our 2020 graduation and several of our football games). An added bonus is that our parents will be able to “attend” the program via technology as well (and we will be able to post the recording of the event!)

View the event live at

Annual Fund

Bible Buzz Groups

The sixth grade Bible Survey class worked in “Buzz Groups” to put eleven events in the life of Christ in chronological order using the books of Matthew and Luke.

Green on Green

Heritage parent Keesha Odom helped Mrs. Brantley with a grammar garden/beautification project.

"Narnia Morning" for Third and Fourth

Third and fourth graders were treated to a “Narnia Morning” complete with Narnian snacks, drinks, and a viewing of the movie, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Thank Heaven for C.S.Lewis.

Fourth Grade's Gallery Walk

The 4th grade students went on a Gallery Walk to learn more about the 8 planets in our solar system. Partners were actively engaged by reading posters of each planet and discussing questions about the characteristics of each planet. They worked diligently together to share thoughts and respond to the questions given.

Kindergarten Alphabetizes

Kindergarten alphabetized letter tiles and practiced spelling words using the letter “x”.

Go Fly a Kite

Freshman in Mr. Z's geometry class got to fly kites in the beautiful weather as a reward for finishing all of their work early.

Friday Fun

First and second grade enjoyed their Friday afternoon ice cream while watching the Rhetoric students fly kites!
The perfect Friday in fifth grade: mints, classical music, and essays! Woo! 😊
- Mrs. Stollenwerck




On Wednesday, March 24th, the Logic track team competed at the Center Point Relays for their first track meet of the season. Our athletes performed wonderfully, with many setting personal records and placing in their events. Our athletes placed in the following individual and relay events:

Skyelar Welch: 1st place in shot put and 2nd place in long jump

Lilly Welder: 1st place in long jump, 2nd place in high jump, 6th place in the 100, and 5th place in the 200

Pixy Craven: 1st place in high jump

Jack Pedregon: 1st place in high jump, 3rd place in the 100

Reece Baker: 2nd place in high jump, 6th place in long jump, 4th place in the 100, and 6th place in the 200

Wolf Parsons: 3rd place in long jump and 6th place in the 400

Mark Davis: 4th place in long jump, 4th place in the 400, and 5th place in the 200

Quatro Stewart: 3rd place in the 200

Justin Goodman: 1st place in the 1600

Bridger Welch: 1st place in the long jump, high jump, 100, 200, and 400

Will Warner: 3rd place in long jump and 2nd place in high jump

6th/7th grade 4x100 relay: 2nd place - Quatro Stewart, Wolf Parsons, Mark Davis, and Justin Goodman

6th/7th grade 4x200 relay: 1st place - Quatro Stewart, Jack Pedregon, Wolf Parsons, and Reece Baker


On Thursday, March 25th, our varsity track team competed in their first meet of the season, also at Center Point. The competition was challenging, but our athletes rose to the occasion! They placed in the following individual and relay events:

Elaina Craven: 2nd place high jump and 3rd place in the 400

Ellie Shipman: 6th place in the 400, 4th place in long jump

Lilli Bray: 6th place in the 100, 4th in high jump

Madison Brantley: 5th place in long jump

Lilah Brillhart: 5th place in shot put 

John Fritzsch: 1st place in discus

Aidan Hickey: 5th place in discus

Josh Tabor: 1st place in the 800 and 2nd place in the 1600

Caden Bray: 1st place in the 100 and the 200

4x200 relay: 2nd place - Madison Brantley, Ellie Shipman, Elaina Craven, Lilli Bray
- Maritza Borrer, Asst Track Coach


Varsity Track
@ Marble Falls Faith

Mar 27

Logic and Varsity Track Meet
@ Marble Falls Faith Academy 

Apr 1
vs. = Home Game
@ = Away


By simply purchasing SCRIP cards for items you are already buyingyou raise money for the school.
Do you buy:
  • Food
  • Gasoline
  • School Uniforms
By purchasing SCRIP cards for HEB, Walmart, and Walgreens plus thousands of other companies, a portion of your gift card purchase is rebated to Heritage School. For example, Land’s End offers a 15% rebate.  If you buy $100 worth of uniforms using a gift card purchased through the scrip program Heritage receives $15!
It’s Simple:
  1. Create a new account at
    1. On the home page click on the blue “Join A Program” button. 
    2. The school enrollment code is: 8L89BAL714532. Enter this code then click on the blue “Register” button. 
    3. Complete the registration information then click on the blue “Register” button.
    4. Sign up for online payments (PrestoPay) if you would like.
  2. Order on a weekly basis, by Monday @ 5 pm.
  3. Pay through PrestoPay or send a check with your child to school labeled SCRIP, attention: Teresa Basse.
  4. Your cards will be sent home with your child as early as Thursday.
This is money you are already spending, not additional funds. By simply purchasing your cards through the SCRIP Program, you can turn your normal buying into fundraising for the school….it’s also a great way to stick to a budget!
If you have questions, or need help setting up your account, your SCRIP coordinator is:
Teresa Basse 997-6597 or
Heritage moms, please send an email to Kelli Stone if you are interested in joining the Moms in Prayer prayer team.
Especially at this time, use Amazon Smile at NO COST to you!
There is an extension to your internet browser that is free and simple to add that will automatically make your Amazon purchases into AmazonSmile purchases that will benefit Heritage... Remember there are zero drawbacks to using AmazonSmile, it works just as a normal Amazon transaction works, only benefits the school. When selecting the charity, search for "Heritage Family School" and we should come up close to the top of the list.


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