Mrs. Snow’s News & Notes

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Congratulations to the track team for another first place finish! This is such an example of the diligence and dedication of not only our students, but Coach Luther and all the parental support! We couldn’t do this if we didn’t all work together. Thank you Sacred Heart Cathedral School Family.

Our first annual poetry evening was a great success. Thank you Mr. Elting, Ms. Miller and Mr. Baroco for organizing the event. Our students shared their original works of poetry, read and acted out works from their favorite author and shared their talents with everyone. Our youngest author was Lauren Peaden, a first grader, who read her original poem. Several middle school students also wrote original poems and shared. Thank you to the parents, faculty and Mr. Durkin, who also shared their favorite poem. Please plan to join us next year for this wonderful event.

Our ROV team is leaving for Dauphin Island Sea Lab tomorrow after Morning Prayer. This is an exciting time for the team as they have prepared for their competition and have spent numerous hours designing, testing and documenting information on their design. Thank you Mrs. Young for the shirt design and Mr. Hartwell and Mr. Howard for organizing this event. I plan on being with the team on Sunday as they present their information to the committee at the Sea Lab. I am continually so proud of our Sacred Heart Cathedral School students.

Our annual golf tournament is Saturday. Hope to see everyone there early and ready to play golf! It is a great time to spend time with one another.

Blessings on your week,

Elizabeth

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