Sacred Heart School this Month~ Faith in Action
Dan, Josh and Randy Day
Friday, October 23rd has been declared Dan, Josh and Randy Day at Sacred Heart School. As I am sure you are aware, these three young men are seminarians for the Diocese of Lansing. We have been fortunate enough to have them live in Hudson during their breaks from schooling. While they were in Hudson, each of them contributed to the betterment of the church and school in ways that are priceless to us. They helped with many tasks, but I want to highlight one in particular. Their service resulted in a complete renovation of the preschool and kindergarten rooms as well as painting the ceiling of the downstairs. Their attention to detail and pride in their work, gave the downstairs floor of the school an upgrade that is nothing short of breathtaking. In celebration of these fine men, we shared their impact on the school with the students on October 23rd. Mr. and Mrs. Koenigsknecht donated candy for each student to help us celebrate! We will continue to pray for our seminarians through their journey to priesthood as we educate our students on the importance of vocations.
Saint Art Prize
The students in 5th and 6th grade spend the month of October researching a saint of their choosing, as they prepare to make a presentation to the school community. This is our annual Saint Art Prize tradition. It is a contest for Grand Champion, Best in Grade and Judges Award which is given to the most complete and interesting presentations. Each student chooses and researches a saint. Then, they create an art project that illustrates the saint’s life. The saint is presented to the school community and we all get to take a deep look into what makes the saint’s life so pleasing to God. The goal is to inspire us all to be saintly and to live by the teachings of the church. We present Saint Art prize right after All Saints Day on November 2nd at 8:30 in the Church Hall. Feel free to join us!
Thank you for all of the continued prayers for our school. Together, we can persevere through anything!
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.