9.23.15 Newsletter

Dear Sacred Heart Family,
With Pope Francis on U.S. soil as I write, I am thinking of the Jesuit motto, ad majorem Dei glori-am, which reminds us to humbly pursue excellence toward the greater glory of God. At Sacred Heart, we do that as a family, and as a team. Thus, our leadership responsibilities and privileges are shared.

9.16.15 Newsletter

Dear Sacred Heart Family,
What an amazing Mass we had on Monday, with our friends and partners at St. Mary’s, as Archbishop Sample helped us celebrate the beginning of our 150th year! Archbishop Sample was also able to visit a number of our classrooms; he had very positive things to say about our program, and it was very special for our students to have the privilege to get to know him a bit.

9.9.15 Newsletter

Dear Sacred Heart Family,
I hope you had a great first week of school, and a nice three-day Labor Day weekend. Welcome to our PS/PK students who join us this week. As you know, it was our school’s 150th first week, as we mark our sesquicentennial year along with our partners at St. Mary’s.

9.2.15 Newsletter

Dear Sacred Heart Family,
Welcome back! I guess I didn’t realize how much I missed our students, parents, and teachers, over the busy summer. What a joy it is as the building comes to life this week! I’m composing my letter today surrounded by happy children at play on our newly sealed asphalt and fresh bark chips–evidence of our summer playground/courtyard upgrade.

PTL – Meeting Minutes, April 7, 2015

SHCS Parent Teacher League (PTL) Meeting Minutes April 7, 2015 Attendees:  Sandrine Amador Angie LaValley Dawna McGill Kristi Seus. Past Business: School Grounds Spring Cleaning Thank you to Dawna McGill for organizing, and to the volunteers who helped with, the school grounds spruce-up. Current Business:  Open House & Academic Showcase  PTL may host a table…

4.22.15 Newsletter

Dear Sacred Heart Family,
As most of you know, I spent many years as a middle and high school music teacher before becoming a principal. I fondly remember the joy of making music every day with talented young instrumentalists and vocalists, in rehearsal and performance. It was my job to teach and inform, to guide and inspire, and to prepare and polish the ensemble, to make music that allowed audiences to appreciate an excellent technical performance, but more importantly to be moved emotionally by the beauty of the music.

4.15.15 Newsletter

Dear Sacred Heart Family,
If you have not filed your taxes, today would be a good day (Happy April 15!). As we pass that date marker, as the weather begins to turn (yesterday’s mountain snow-dusting notwithstanding), and as we dig into a third trimester of rigorous teaching and learning, at school our staff and leadership thoughts and planning begin to turn to the upcoming school year.

PTL – Meeting Minutes, March 3rd, 2015

SHCS Parent Teacher League (PTL) Meeting Minutes March 3, 2015    Attendees:  Sandrine Amador Angie LaValley Elizabeth Peterson Patrick Gross Dawna McGill   Current Business:  Pear Blossom Parade Elizabeth Peterson will organize our schools’ participation in the Parade (April 11th).  She will contact Chris Sinclair for registration details, and will create a flyer for the…

PTL – Meeting Minutes, February 3rd, 2015

SHCS Parent Teacher League (PTL) Meeting Minutes February 3, 2015 Attendees:  Patrick Gross Angie LaValley Dawna McGill Kristi Seus Denise Wisnovsky Past Business: Parents Dinner on January 27th  Thank you to Sally Buck and Dawna McGill for hosting a table at the Dinner for Q&A and children’s activities. Volunteers for Middle School Mass Thank you…

4.8.15 Newsletter

Dear Sacred Heart Family,
I hope you had a wonderful spring break, a blessed Holy Week, and a glorious celebration of the Resurrection on Easter Sunday.
I am writing you this week from Orlando, Florida, where Barb Busch, Deb Dewar and I are representing our school, learning with and from colleagues, sharing best practices, trends, legal developments, technological advancements and innovations, and fruits of the latest research and experience, at the National Catholic Education Association National Convention and Exposition.