Principal Anne Atkin Bulletin, August 23, 2020

Sacred Heart Families,

The school year is about to start and we can feel the Holy Spirit working in the halls and the classrooms already. Our desire to serve the community of Hudson is strong. The teachers and staff are committed to creating a calm and safe environment for our school families this year. As you know, we have been given guidelines and requirements in Michigan’s 2020-2021 Return to School Roadmap. This, along with resources provided by the Diocese of Lansing, has given SHS the tools we need to reopen for the 2020-2021 school year. We are very happy to be back together, educating our students and growing closer to Christ as a strong, joyful community. Our parents have been so wonderful during this time of uncertainty and we could not be more grateful to each of them. Together, we will partner for a blessed new year.

The school looks great! A huge thank you to our seminarians Dan, Josh and Randy for the careful work they have put into the school. Thanks to them, with the help of Steve Kope, we have a completely remodeled Kindergarten and Preschool! They look amazing! These men have cleaned closets, patched walls, fixed computers, hung projectors, moved furniture, and just about anything else we needed done. In their honor, we will dedicate October 23rd as Dan, Josh and Randy Day. We will pray for them on their journey to become holy priests. You have left your mark on our school and we will remember your dedication to making our school look new and fresh. Blessing to you!

Thank you for your continued prayers for Sacred Heart School and Catholic education. We will continue to pray for you all throughout the school year.

God Bless,

Anne Atkin, Principal

 

Sacred Heart School

Students are balanced: confident of mind, academics and Catholic Faith.

Serving the Community. Teaching our students to live and model the Catholic faith. Reflecting the unconditional love of Jesus. Remaining structured with the purpose of graduating students who are prepared to persevere.

 

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