“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”… at least those were the sentiments of Sacred Heart Students as they made their way into St. Nick’s Shoppe to tackle their Christmas gift list for mom, dad and family members. Welcomed by Christmas melodies, gifts galore and a very friendly and helpful elf (Mrs. Muller), students were given the opportunity to select special and meaningful gifts to place under the family Christmas tree. From the oldest to the youngest members of our school family, the children proved to be pretty savvy shoppers.
Never too young to learn about and pray for our Veterans. This is just how students and teachers of Sacred Heart School observed this special day, commemorating the brave and courageous men and women who so faithfully served to protect our freedom. Special thanks to Ms. Diane Kulinski and her 5th & 6th grade class for preparing a wonderful tribute to our veterans.
Halloween came a little early this year with everyone wearing their “mask”. But Covid 19 didn’t dampen the spirit of our Sacred Heart School family as can be seen by the photos from the Harvest Hoopla celebration which took place on October 29th. Lots of treats, games and a great time with classmates and friends. Special thanks to our Student Council Officers and Mrs. Muller for organizing the event and putting time and effort into making it such a success!
“Feet apart but close at heart!” These were the sentiments as students and faculty gathered at Sacred Heart School to welcome their pastor, Monsignor Daniel Plocharczyk (Monsignor Dan) and offer greetings, well wishes and prayers in recognition of “Pastor Appreciation Day” on October 11th. Students from grades Pre K through 8 made cards and posters to express their gratitude for all Monsignor Dan does for the school in his role as pastor and shepherd. No celebration would be complete without the traditional Polish greeting song, Sto Lat, to wish Monsignor many more years of health, happiness and holiness.