With grateful hearts, one of our missions this month is donating canned goods to
stock the Cathedra’s pantry. This year we are asking buddy classes to donate
specific food items.
They are as follows:
- Pre-K/5th- rice, gravy mix/ dry beans
- K/6th- mac and cheese, stuffing, mashed potatoes
- 1st/7th- soup/canned vegetables
- 2nd/8th- cranberries, pumpkin, fruit
- 3rd/4th- Peanut Butter, Jelly, spaghetti, and sauce
The last day to donate will be on Friday, November 9th. We will have a few of the
cans and boxes brought up during the offertory at Mass on Friday, November 16th.
If you are able to donate, it is very much appreciated.
We received word from those on-site in Panama City about the types of hurricane supplies they need. We will maintain a list here and update it as we are notified of changes.
- batteries – AAA through D
- Household cleaning items
- pet foods
- disposable cleaning gloves
- paper products to include plates, flatware, paper towels, and napkins
- hygiene products for men and women
- baby food and formula
- Underwear – Men, women, and children
We are now accepting donations at the school. You may also drop off during morning drop-off and dismissal. We will have members of STUCO available to help with heavy items.
- Non-Perishable Food Items
- Cleaning Supplies & Gloves
- Pet Supplies
- Baby Food and Diapers
Please no clothing or household items. Donations will be given to Catholic Charities.
School Will Re-Open Tomorrow
Lunch orders through Campus Cuisine will be delivered.
Extended Care will be provided. All normal activities will resume.
Thursday’s weather forecast for our area is sunny with clouds.
$2 Dress Down Day Tomorrow (Thursday)
For Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts
On September 14th Hurricane Florence slammed North and South Carolina
with torrential rains which caused major flooding.
Our Student Council would like to send a monetary donation
to Catholic Charities to assist those in need.
Wear something green or black and donate $2 to participate.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the people in the path of Hurricane Michael.
As seasoned Floridians living in the panhandle, many of us have been through this with
Frederic, Erin, Opal, Ivan and Dennis. Please be aware that the counties affected fall
within our Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee.
Dear Sacred Heart Cathedral School Family,
Thank you for all of your good wishes and support as we move into 2018. It is always nice to see everyone’s enthusiasm as we begin our third quarter and new year. We have many events before spring break. The last week of January, as always, we celebrate Catholic Schools Week, beginning with grandparents’ day on Friday, January 26 at 8 am. Mass. The rest of the schedule is at the end of this letter. Then we have our second round of MAP testing. The students will be able to follow their progress and see improvement in their learning. This will also take place near the end of January. The first week of March is the week of Iowa Assessment testing, then our second student led conference will be held before spring break.
On a tragic note, one of our school families experienced a fire this past weekend which gutted their home. Thankfully, they escaped, along with their pets and are safe and well. While their possessions can be replaced, this is a devastating loss. Student Council will be hosting an out-of-uniform day on Wednesday, January 17th for a monetary donation of $2 or more. Thank you for supporting our efforts to help this family.
Blessings to you as we join together and celebrate Catholic education,
Elizabeth and Dave
January 26 – Friday: Celebrating Family Tradition – “Grandparents Day”
- Parents and Grandparents are invited to School Mass at 8:00
- Grandparents are invited to play games with Grandkids. (9:00-11:00 am – all grades)
- Book Fair available
- Photo booth with grandparents in gym, Ave Maria Hall, or outside (weather permitting)
- Geography Bee at 1:45 pm.
January 28 – Sunday: Celebrating Your Parish
- Opening Mass at 8:00 am. Students, please wear your school uniform. 8th graders, please wear your leadership uniform
- Pancake Breakfast in SHCS Gymnasium after 8:00 Mass on Sunday
January 29 – Monday: Celebrating Community and Volunteers
- Appreciation Breakfast for first responders in the community – Gym, 8:30 am.
- Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon – 12:30 pm in gym
- Buddy classes will be preparing meals for Loaves & Fishes
- 100th Day of School
January 30 – Tuesday: Celebrating Students
- Students may dress up as their favorite book character!
- Hourly “Dance to the Music” over the loudspeakers
- Family Feud competition in the gym
- No Homework! (all students)
January 31 – Wednesday: Celebrating our Nation
- Students will be singing patriotic songs at morning assembly.
- Veterans and all community members who have ever served in the military are invited to attend our morning assembly and flag ceremony
February 1 – Thursday: Celebrating Vocations
- Mini-retreat by James Redding for middle school (1:00pm) with Adoration to follow
- Students wear goofy socks for picture to send to the Bishop
- Writing letters to seminarians and religious
February 2 – Friday: Celebrating Faculty
- Parents and Parishioners are invited to join us for school Mass at 8:00 am.
- StuCo attends Mass at Catholic High with lunch to follow
- Volleyball Game (Faculty vs. 8th Grade) in the parking lot at 1:45 pm
We thank you for being a part of our wonderful school family and all you do to support Catholic Schools.
Our November mission is to stock the food pantry for Thanksgiving. We are asking the classes to bring the following items:
- Pre-K & 5th: rice, gravy mix, dry beans
- K & 6th: stuffing, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese
- 1st & 7th: soup, canned vegetables
- 2nd & 8th: cranberries, pumpkins, canned fruit
- 3rd & 4th: peanut butter, jelly, spaghetti sauce
Please send in your donations by Tuesday, April 11th.