Graduating Class of 2019

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Faculty, family and friends gathered this weekend to wish our 8th grade students prayerful best wishes as they graduated from Sacred Heart School and continue on their academic journey. God's blessings on all your future endeavors.

McTeachers’ Night

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Many times Sacred Heart refers to itself as our “school family”. Our fund raising event at McDonald’s McTeachers’ Night was certainly proof positive of the special bond of family and friends that exist at SHS. Thank you to all who came out to support this evening of food and fun and show your support for Catholic education at SHS.

National Junior Honor Society Induction

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Our Sacred Heart School family wants to congratulate Ava and Ryan Chrostowski on their recent induction into the National Junior Honor Society. This prestigious accomplishment encompasses not only scholastic achievement but distinction in the areas of service, leadership, character and citizenship. We are proud of them and wish them well as they graduated from SHS.

“Pay to Stay”

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“Pay to Stay” is a great “Fund / Fun” Raising event that the students really enjoy. An after school, 5hr. program packed with activities from every area of the curriculum and directed by each teacher, this experience is something special to every student on every grade level.

eesmarts Contest

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SHS students place 1st and 2nd in the annual eesmarts student contest. Congratulations to Natalia Mocarski and Jakub Kuczynski, 8th grade students at Sacred Heart School in New Britain for their award winning entries into the 2019 eesmarts Annual Student Contest. Sponsored by the Energize Connecticut initiative, Eversource and United Illimunating, their submissions were selected from more than 800 entries statewide. The awards ceremony was held at the Capitol on Thursday, May 9th at which time the finalists, teachers and family members were notified of placement and students received recognition for their winning entry on various topics concerning energy efficiency and conservation. From the three 8th grade finalist chosen from the State of Connecticut, Natalia placed 1st with Jakub taking 2nd place. The Sacred Heart School Family is so proud of Natalia and Jakub, for not only winning, but their concern for our environment.