Today we celebrated Founders Day with a pancake breakfast and slideshow of Sacred Heart School through the years. The alumni who joined us shared stories of their experiences at SHS. The students loved it! Sacred Heart was completed in April 1929 and the doors opened to students in September. We hope to continue to celebrate our history and make Founders Day a bigger event in the coming years leading to our centennial. See the attached newsletter for all school news.
Happy Easter Oh God, Who this day by Your only-begotten Son vanquishing death, has unlocked for us the gate of eternity, help us to attain the desires to which You have led us by Your inspirations. We ask this through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.
Oh God, as we renew our Baptismal vows, help us to be made worthy of Eternal Life, that we may always seek to do Your will in our hearts and minds, that we may show others Your saving grace and Your love. We ask this through Christ, our Lord. Amen.
Oh God, who makes the faithful to be of one mind and will, grant that we, Your people; may love what you command and desire what You promise so that, amid the changing things of this world, our hearts may be fixed where true joys are to be found. We ask this through Christ, our Lord. Amen.
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The students have been praying a lot during this season of lent. Today, at morning prayer, I asked them if lent had been hard for any of them and almost every hand went up. I agree. By the time we are finishing the fifth week of lent, we are all a bit weary. Mass this morning was very helpful and the children’s choir was so good at lifting our weary hearts. They preformed a song written by our own Bill Koshelnyk with such enthusiasm that we were all in a great mood after Mass. A special thank you to Father Todd for relating the readings and Gospel to the students in a way that they can understand.
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We hope everyone has a restful and safe Spring Break.
Sacred Heart does not have school on Monday, April 8th. The staff is at a conference for the Diocese of Lansing.
Congratulations to the students for meeting the March is Reading Month goal. The whole school will be walking to the Hudson Cinema on Tuesday, April 9th. Parents are invited to join us! We will arrive at 12:30 and will be back to school by 2:35.
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A huge thank you to Christie LaRussa for putting on a wonderful Beach Party and Open House for our early learners. We had a great turn out and met many new friends!
Thursday, March 28th is our Open House and Magic of Science Assembly presented by Mobile Ed. It is open to everyone so bring your friends! Dinner is available for $5 a plate. See the flyer that is attached for details. If you are able to donate dessert, please bring it to the school anytime before 5:00.
This week we had a crazy hair day and a visit from the Cat in the Hat and Thing 1 as part of our March is Reading Month celebrations. The students enjoyed some success at last week’s Science Olympiad and we are wishing the 5th graders good luck at Quiz Bowl on Saturday. It feels good to back on track and we are ready for spring to be here. See the attached newsletter for all school news.
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Today we kicked off March is Reading Month! The students love it as we celebrate reading and work toward our goal of reading 2,200 books by March 29th. See the attached newsletter for details, calendar and our special prize if we reach our goal.
Thank you to all of the families who were able to join us last week for our Information Night. We really take seriously the input that we receive from our parents. Our vision is to serve our community and we love to hear from you about what we are doing well and what we can do better. If you have any feedback about the school, I am very happy to hear it. We can not build a school and grow into the future without it. See the attached newsletter for all updates and news.
A Catholic education is the best gift parents can give their children. Great news- new grants are now available for families with students in K-6th grade. Approximately $750.00 per grant from the Diocese of Lansing. The deadline is March 1st. If you would like us to walk you through the scholarship process, call Tammy at 448-6405 for an appointment or for on-line help. Log into FACTS management to apply.
We will have a Taco Dinner and Information Night on Thursday, February 14th from 6:00-7:00 in the Grey Room.
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