Sacred Heart Catholic School

2021 Jog-a-Thon / Maze-a-Thon

“The one thing I really like about Sacred Heart is that Math is really easy and it goes right along with the 5th Grade standards.  I am really learning a lot and it’s way better than public school.  I also like how good of a teacher I have.  She teaches us really well.  Another one of the major things is that we go to Mass to remember Jesus Christ and what He did for us by dying on the cross and being resurrected so we can be forgiven by confessing our sins and repenting.  That way we can have eternal life and live in happiness.  I also like P.E. because we get to do all kinds of stuff like dodgeball and basketball.  It’s really fun.  I think Sacred Heart is a really nice school.”

- Evyn - Student

About 2021 Jog-a-Thon / Maze-a-Thon

2022 JOG-A-THON FUN FACTS

This event is a 44-year old school tradition promoting fitness and community support of our school.  Students gather pledges for five weeks before the event takes place.  This year, our 45th Annual Jog A Thon will be at Spiegelberg Stadium on Thursday, October 13 from 8:30am – Noon.  Students walk/jog/run around the track for 3.5 hours.

Students who run 40 laps/10 miles will be awarded into the RAVE Orthodontics 10-Mile Club.  They receive a dri-fit t-shirt and Dr. Ravassipour donates $10 to the school for each student in the club.  Our fundraising goal is $30,000 this year.  Jog A Thon pledges support teachers, classrooms, and keep tuition costs down.

The student distance record is 22.5 miles which was set in 2014 by Emma Schmerbach who is now running track and playing basketball at Linfield University in McMinnville, Oregon.

The most money raised by a single student was $9,382.50 in 2019 by Channing Driscoll who is now in 7th grade at St. Mary’s School.

2022
Jog-A-Thon / Maze-A-Thon
Free Dress Tuesdays: $30,000
Principal/Priest Challenge: $40,000
Total Raised: $44396

Sacred Heart
Catholic School