As highlighted last night by Fr. Pat and Mrs. Engen, for the common good of your children and the school, we (administrators, teachers, parents, students) enter into a covenant- a unique, binding agreement for which Sacred Heart School and school families operate under. We are requiring all
Increase/Decrease – Make Room for Jesus! Our theme this year comes from John 3:30 ““He must increase but I must decrease.” It means we must increase our attention and reliance upon God and decrease our attention to ourselves. By becoming less selfish, we gain an increased
In case you haven’t heard, we just experienced a Total Solar Eclipse on August 21st. Sacred Heart is situated a few miles from the path of totality. And even with a few clouds, students were able to experience dusk-like lighting, temperature, and sounds (cicadas), while outside observing
On Wednesday, 133 8th grade students from Sacred Heart School and Sacred Heart School of Religion received the Sacrament of Confirmation. Andrew Thompson (8th) and Archbishop Naumann are pictured here. Archbishop Naumann and Archbishop Emeritus Keleher presided over the ceremony.
SHOJ Staff attended the National Catholic Education Association national conference in St. Louis the week after Easter. The conference hosted thousands of educators from all across the United States. The SHOJ staff would like to thank the parish and families of SHOJ for the opportunity to
Lauren and Graydon Kincaid had the opportunity to be principals for the day on Tuesday. They did a great job filling their roles by: passing out donuts, giving extra recesses to their classes, delivering 1st communion plaques to the 2nd graders, providing lunch for the staff, and more! An extra
Proceeds from the Cardinal Carnival were donated to the Noah Bandage Project. It is a charity chosen by the 8th Grade. Noah’s Bandage Project does work for cancer research and gives colorful bandages to children in hospitals. A check for $1,500 was presented to the Wilson family