A STATEMENT FROM THE DIOCESE OF PENSACOLA-TALLAHASSEE:
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 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
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
Our food drive for the parish pantry ends this Thursday. Thank you to everyone who has been supportive! Our baskets are overflowing from your kindness and generosity.
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 Fiveflagslacrosse.com for more information.
Hope to see you on the field!
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Five Flags Lacrosse
Dear Parent or Guardian,
Gulf Coast Kid’s House is grateful to be able to provide Monique Burr Foundation’s Child Safety Matters at your school. This program is trusted by parents and educators across the state and follows proven best practices for keeping children safe.
MBF Child Safety Matters offers an age appropriate and safe learning environment for children age K-6. This program provides students with the tools they need to prevent, recognize, and respond appropriately to bullying, cyberbullying, and child abuse. The program is interactive, using both a power point presentation and a specially trained facilitator.
GCKH wants to partner with parents and educators to keep children safe. We are happy to host a parent night in which we will go over the key concepts of the program with any concerned parents.
The MBF Child Safety Matters program addresses the critical safety issues faced by children today including bullying, cyberbullying, digital abuse, and all types of child abuse. The program teaches these topics to children in easy to understand language, and engages children in a fun classroom program with activities, games and appealing take-home reinforcement items.
Children learn that adults are responsible for their safety, the MBF Child Safety Matters Safety Rules, and other strategies to help adults keep them safe. Schools, communities and society benefit from safer, healthier children who perform better academically and enjoy healthier, happier, more productive lives.
For more information about the program please visit www.mbfchildsafetymatters.org.
LEARN MORE / CONTACT US / REPORT ABUSE
The Monique Burr Foundation for Children is dedicated to protecting children from bullying, cyberbullying and all types of child abuse and exploitation by providing prevention education. For more information, visit www.moniqueburrfoundation.org or contact us at email@example.com. Every Florida citizen is a mandatory reporter. Report suspicions of abuse or neglect to 1-800-96-ABUSE or reportabuse.dcf.state.fl.us.
IF YOU DECIDE YOU “DO NOT” WANT YOUR CHILD TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM LESSONS, DOWNLOAD AND COMPLETE THE LINKED FORM & RETURN TO SCHOOL.