Consecration to St. Joseph

In this difficult time we turn to St. Joseph, foster father of the Son of God, spouse of the Mother of God, head of the Holy Family, to ask that he intercede with Christ for all those who are affected in any way by this pandemic. As we consecrate of our schools and ourselves to St. Joseph, we implore his paternal protection for us and the Church.

Let us now entrust our Catholic schools, our diocese, our country, and ourselves to the protection and care of St. Joseph. You are the pillar of families, hope of the sick and protector of the Holy Church. You who are the patron of educators and children, educated Jesus and provided him with the best example of fatherhood. Today we consecrate our diocesan schools to St. Joseph.

With the love of a Father, embrace this diocese which we entrust and consecrate to you, together with ourselves and our families.

With the love of a Father, embrace our schools which we entrust and consecrate to you, together with ourselves and our families.

With the love of a Father, embrace us as we consecrate ourselves to you, together with our brothers and sisters in Christ.

In a special way we commend to you those particularly in need of your paternal care.

St. Joseph, Most Just, Chaste and Prudent, you were so wonderfully filled with the light of truth, we entrust to you all our students, teachers, principals and pastors and school families of our Catholic schools.

You are Joseph, Glorious Patriarch and Patron of the Church, Virgin Spouse of the Virgin Mother of God, Guardian and Virginal Father of the Word Incarnate, and so much more. Today, we take you as our father and ask you to always remember us as your devoted children. Never let us be far from you. Keep us. Bless us. Protect us. Teach us. Nourish us. Bring us to the Holy Trinity, today and at the hour of our death. Help us to love you, Our Lady and your Son more and more throughout our lives. Fill in our weaknesses and give us your humility. Thank you for receiving this little offering from us, St. Joseph, our father.


Diocesan statement about campus closures


Catholic Diocese announces PreK-12 classes on campuses will be canceled through April 15, 2020.

The Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee announces the cancellation of classes on campuses, for grades PreK-12, through April 15, 2020, in accordance with the directive of Governor DeSantis and the Florida Department of Education.

The temporary closing of Early Learning Centers will be determined on a site by site basis. The Office of Catholic Schools is currently developing a Continuity of Learning plan to continue and advance student learning. Faculty are training in distance education. Principals of the diocese will be sending forthcoming information to parents in the coming days.

School Closure

School will be closed for students for 2 weeks with NO academic instruction.

**  Please make these changes to your calendars.  **

  • Spring Break has been moved to next week, March 16-20
  • School will be closed March 23 – 27
  • Students will return to school Monday, March 30
  • School will be in session April 14 – 17
  • Thursday, April 9     Noon Dismissal (No lunch. No Extended Care.)
  • Friday, April 10    No School
  • Monday, April 13     No School
  • Tuesday – Friday     School is open

Student Led Conferences have been canceled. Report cards will be sent home with your student when they return on March 30, 2020.

Distance Learning: If we are mandated to remain closed after March 30, we will begin distance learning via internet and/or packets of material for our younger students.

CYSL soccer games have been postponed at this time.

Campus Cuisine has been canceled March 16 – March 27


Mrs. Elizabeth Snow

Mrs. Mary Adams

Mr. David Kimbell

Dyna Boland

Sidney Poller

Dana Drummond


Praying for Pensacola

The Sacred Heart School community dedicated our first Friday Rosary to the victims, military and first responders involved in the shootings at NAS Pensacola.  We also remembered them in our Mass on Friday morning.  We will continue to pray for God’s peace and mercy on our community.


No school tomorrow (Tuesday) due to a water main pipe break late this afternoon.

School is scheduled to reopen on Wednesday morning.

Class pictures will be rescheduled.

We apologize for this last minute development but by law we cannot open school without water.

This is the year of flexibility!

Mrs. Elizabeth Snow

Lacrosse Clinics

Hello Sacred Heart Families,

Five Flags Lacrosse will be holding three beginner lacrosse clinics this fall! Please check out the attached flyer. We are excited to share lacrosse with our youth in Pensacola! It’s available to boys and girls in grades Kindergarten-8th grades.

See our website for more information.

Hope to see you on the field!

If you have any questions, please email me.

Leigh Frosch
Five Flags Lacrosse