Sacred Heart is offering a new academic program for all four year olds. This program will include Literacy and Math Readiness. All of this is in preparation for Kindergarten. STEAM, Music, Art, Movement and other enrichment activities will be part of the everyday activities.
Join us this summer as we continue the learning process at Sacred Heart.
All COVID Protocols will be followed.
Catholic Schools Week
Monday: Future Day
Dress as the occupation you’d like to have when you grow up.
Service- week long collection of food items. See the attached list of items we are gathering.
Begin Decorating Door: Pick one of our Catholic School Week days as your theme
Tuesday: Opposite Day
Each grade or cohort can represent something opposite. Such as opposing sports teams or eras of clothing. Wear night time pajamas in the daytime. Jr. High: 70’s vs. 80’s or for example one group is the Mets and the other the Yankees. Marvel vs DC. Or wear your clothes inside out or backwards
Student appreciation – Special snack
Wednesday: Service Day
Dress Like an essential worker.
City Harvest -Someone from their organization will speak to grades 2-5 and 6-8 about their mission and how they came to be.
Bingo Fun. Grades 1 – 8.
Thursday: Sports Day
Wear your favorite jersey or sports team shirt
Each class will have a half hour in the gym for a sports activity (relay race, etc.)
Teacher Appreciation Day.
Friday: Spirit Day – Chinese New Year
Wear red/white or your purchased spirit wear
Order a special hot lunch – Meatball Parm or Chicken Parm Hero.
All items will be sealed and delivered separately to each cohort following all protocols.
Click on the link to download the form.
Red envelopes for Chinese New Year with gifts for students.
Welcome to Our Virtual Christmas Presentation and Nativity Story.
Please Click On The Link
Thank you to Miss Jessica, Mrs. Reinhart, and all the Teachers and Staff that have brought cheer into our lives.
Pay attention to the music stylings by our Junior High Students.
Happy New Year
You are invited to join us in giving back to Sacred Heart by allowing us to earn while you do your holiday shopping with business cards.
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As always thank you for your support.
We have been blessed throughout previous academic years with families who understand the importance of our mission for Catholic Education and who are committed to working alongside us to accomplish these goals. This year, while unbelievably challenging, has demonstrated the level of commitment our families have to supporting the Catholic Academies and Parish Schools within the Diocese of Brooklyn. It is incredible to witness. I find it inadequate to simply say thank you, as those words don’t even begin to cover my gratitude for your unending support but nonetheless, I will try.
Thank you for your patience. This year has been the most challenging, regarding opening the Catholic Academies and Parish Schools that I have seen in over 40 years in Catholic Education. The phrase “unprecedented times” has been used endlessly, but it really encompasses the experience. Families have encountered tremendous uncertainty; from questioning health and safety to wondering if their Catholic Academy/Parish School will even open tomorrow. I thank you for your patience this year that undoubtedly has been stretched to its breaking point in the shifting regulations and constant barrage of information. Thank you for continuing to weather this storm.
Thank you for your time. I know in the life of families even extra minutes of preparation can tip the scales for the day. Wellness checks, symptom monitoring, packing extra masks and sanitizer, adjusting to shifting schedules, and facilitating online learning have dramatically altered your day to day lives. Your diligence in shifting your own schedules to adjust to this “new normal” has been paramount in helping our Catholic Academies and Parish Schools reopen and your children succeed.
Thank you for adjusting to new roles. Being a parent or guardian, while wonderful, is a constant job. You wear many hats daily, and this academic year has added even more. As you have navigated through fears and worry, you have also worked with your children to help them process this experience. You are constantly providing for the emotional needs of your children in typical times. This situation has amplified those needs, but you have continued to provide. While shifting between in-person, hybrid, and remote learning, families have been tasked with increased supervision and education roles. You have selflessly stepped into these roles, despite your other commitments and jobs, to make learning a priority.
Above all, thank you for the gift of your precious children. You have entrusted your children to our Catholic Academies and Parish Schools. This is something we do not take for granted. Being a parent myself, I understand that nothing is a quick decision, especially when you must weigh the risks associated with COVID-19. We are honored that you continue to choose the path of Catholic Education.
As you prepare for your Thanksgiving celebration, however different that may look this year, know that prayers are being said throughout the Diocese for you and your family. I pray this short break provides you a much-needed opportunity to unwind and decompress. I pray for your continued health, safety, happiness, and peace.
Thomas Chadzutko, Ed.D.
Superintendent ~ Catholic School Support Services
Sacred Heart Catholic Academy will host its annual schoolwide
Walk-a-Thon on October 17th!
The Walk-a-Thon is a longstanding tradition at Sacred Heart and while this year is a bit different than prior years, it is still a great way to get the kids outside and raise money for the school in a fun and healthy way. We hope each student’s family will help the students meet their step goals.
Due to circumstances relating to the pandemic, we will not be able to hold the Walk-a-Thon in the usual manner. Instead, we will be sending all the students home with a pedometer and to count their steps and try to meet the challenge! We are looking for sponsors for their completed steps.
GivingZone, our fundraising partner, has made it easy for you to collect donations from your network of family and friends.
PARENTS GET STARTED PLEASE CLICK BELOW –>> Simply click the following link and choose your student to get started:
Start SHARING TODAY and we will walk our steps on October 17th!
We are pleased to announce the winner of this year’s t-shirt contest – Emily in Eighth Grade!
It was a tight race and we received a fabulous array of options to choose from.