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
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2019 • 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Active duty and retired military families are invited to spend an evening at the National Flight Academy onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola. This family-friendly event is open to adults and … Continue reading
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.
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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.
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