Lacrosse Clinics

Hello Parents!

Knights Lacrosse is holding 3 beginner clinics this fall.  The first one is this Sunday! Here are the dates of our clinics.  We welcome any kids that would like to give lacrosse a try!

  • Sunday, October 20th 1:30-3:00
  • Sunday, October 27th 1:30-3:30  (TRYLAX US Lacrosse sponsored clinic)
  • Sunday, November 3rd 1:30-3:00

Here is a link to let us know know if you’d like to bring your child to play!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1PZElWwzulPmUfHs6-xxZiq1Qp_Ca8oYwmKdE2UM87Bg/edit

The TRYLAX clinic on October 27th is a great opportunity!  It includes a FREE lacrosse stick and ball with the US Lacrosse membership.  The cost is $35. 

To Register, go to fiveflagslacrosse.com and click on Register to find the Trylax clinic. 

All clinics will be held at the Brent Athletic Complex, 550 Bayliss Court (along W St.)

Lacrosse sticks will be available to use for the clinics. Wear sneakers/cleats, bring a mouthguard if possible, and water!

If you have any questions, please contact leighfrosch@gmail.com.

Thanks!

Lucky Hearts Fundraiser!

Congratulations to Mr. Lahr’s homeroom for having the highest level of participation in our 2019-2020 Lucky Hearts Fundraiser. His class worked hard to sell their tickets. In addition to having the highest classroom participation he also had two students tie for the most tickets sold overall!

6L will enjoy a nice treat from the PTO!

We thank each and every family for their participation in one of our biggest fundraisers of the year.

We brought in $26,892!!! That is over our total from last year!!!

Summer Camp

Summer Camp Trips – Registration Open, Talk at Faith Night for More DetailsTeddy Holy

All middle schoolers are invited to join our trips to LifeTeen summer camps in the mountains of North Georgia. Our time will be spent enjoying each other, the outdoors, and wonderful opportunities to grow closer to God. Highlighted activities include hiking, rafting, swimming, prayer & reflection, small group, messy games, the craft barn, ropes courses, and ziplining.

There are two trips. Current 8th graders are invited to join the high school trip to Camp Covecrest, June 15-20. Current 6th & 7th graders are invited to Camp Hidden Lake, June 8-13. Mr. Schmitz, Mr. Reding, and Cathedral volunteers will lead the Covecrest trip; Mr. Reding and Cathedral volunteers will lead the Hidden Lake trip.

Camp Photo of the Girls 2Camp Covecrest costs $560; Camp Hidden Lake is $540. All trip members are expected to join in fundraising efforts to cover the addition cost of chaperones and transportation.

There are a limited number of spots available: Registration is open as of today. A $100 deposit secures a camper’s spot in the trip. Registration closes Oct. 31st. To register your child, contact James Reding at redingj@shc.ptdiocese.org . Once you’re in touch with Mr. Reding, a private web link to pay the deposit will then be sent to you.

Further trip details will be discussed tomorrow, the 16th, at Faith Night and can be found at shc.ptdiocese.org/summer-camp

Pumpkin Bread

One of the things that makes our Pumpkin Run so special is the delicious Pumpkin Bread which we offer to all participants after the race. We ask all of our families to help by baking bread and sending it in for our race participants. You can download Sacred Heart’s Pumpkin Bread recipe here.

If you don’t have time to bake, you can order Pumpkin Bread baked by Apple Market.  How cool is that!

Please make two loaves of Pumpkin Bread and send it to school by 

  • Friday, November 1st

Please slice the bread and wrap it in aluminum foil.

Lucky Hearts Fundraiser Deadline Extended

Dear Parents and Supporters of Sacred Heart Cathedral School Family,

Our PTO Lucky Hearts fundraiser has always been a very important part of fundraising at Sacred Heart Cathedral School.  This particular fundraiser creates funds for the teachers to enhance their teaching.  For examples, these funds are used to create classroom libraries.  Keeping libraries up to date and fresh is very expensive and this fundraiser supplements the library funds.   The money is also used to fund the literature circle and book clubs that occur in grades 3-8, along with supplemental material for Story Works and Journeys in grades K-2.  Spanish books have been purchased for the middle school Spanish curriculum.  Technology subscriptions for math enhancement as well as writing and English reinforcement and practice is also supported through the Lucky Hearts fundraiser.  Many of the technology programs we buy for the younger students are also funded through the PTO Lucky Hearts. Flexible seating has been possible because of Lucky Hearts and I know firsthand, this is very popular and successful for our younger children.

Names are pulled weekly so you have a chance of winning $100 or $50.  You can win more than once.

Consequently, your support of the PTO Lucky Hearts allows your child to have enrichment activities that are not supported through tuition alone. As of today, we have 46% support of this wonderful and fun program.  Please reconsider your participation, as we are accepting donations through Friday, October 4.  The advantage for your child is they are allowed to be out of uniform one day per month. As the administration is conservative about out of uniform days, this is a nice perk for your child  in thanksgiving  to your dedication to this program.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call or email us.

Thank you, in advance, for your participation.

Blessings,

Elizabeth, Mary and Dave