Changes to Extended Care…..effective today Monday, September 10, 2018
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We are making some changes to extended care. There will now be three books for sign-out so that you only need to go to one place to pick up your child. Please report to the following locations to retrieve your child:
- Pre-K – 2nd Grade – Pre-K Room
- 3rd– 5th Grade – Library
- Middle School – Morning Star
If you have children in multiple grades, you will have to go to two rooms, but this system should eliminate some of the confusion. All elementary parents will enter through the Pre-K door for pick up and sign-out.
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The primary election will take place tomorrow. The Cathedral (across the street from the school) is a polling precinct.
We plan to keep our school parking lot closed.
Voters should enter the Ave Maria Parish Hall by parking on Moreno or Mallory Street.
School parents need to be patient and kind and be aware of extra traffic on 12th Avenue. Also, there may be voters walking across the streets that border our school.
Faculty will be especially vigilant when our students are outside at recess. Mrs. Snow and Mr. Kimbell will be outside when our students are playing.
June 14, 1947 – April 25, 2018
For over thirty (30) years Pierrette has touched the lives of countless children at the school and church through her teaching in the classroom, teaching Religious Education classes, tutoring and coordinating First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion.
Pierrette had a wonderful sense of humor and always greeted her friends with a warm hug.
The Sacred Heart community will miss her and we offer our condolences to her daughter, Danielle. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Please remember the Camposagrado family in your prayers. Joey is in 5th grade.
Joey was hit in the head with a ball during Monday’s track practice. While a complete accident, this incident resulted in Joey being admitted to Sacred Heart Hospital where he is currently in Pediatric ICU.
We visited Joey and his family today and he seems to be doing well, although tired. His spirits are always positive as he is more concerned about others than himself.
As a family community, please remember Joey and his family in your prayers this week. If all goes well, Joey may be able to leave the hospital this weekend.
Please join us for Mass this Friday led by the primary grades. The students will sing a special song at the end of Mass welcoming us into the upcoming Advent season, so please plan on staying for this after the completion of the Mass.