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  • February 15, 2017

    • We have a wide variety of offerings over February vacation from AAA Drivers Education, Behn Basketball Clinic to different recreational excursions. Choose your trip to Five Wits, Boda Borg, snow tubing or come along for all of them. Contact Program Director, Mr. Dylan Collins for details.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.

    • The Girls Varsity Basketball team defeated Avon last night to qualify for the M.I.A.A. tournament. The girls play tonight please come out and support our Lady Saints.
  • February 16, 2017

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Josh Towner
    Northeastern University

    Melinda White
    Hampshire College

    • Roots and Shoots members please stop by room 96 to pick up a permission slip to visit the nursing home tomorrow.

    • The Girls Varsity Basketball team improved its record to 11-7 with a win over Cape Cod Academy 39-23. Bridget LeBlanc played an outstanding game in her last home game scoring 10 points and grabbing 18 rebounds.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • February 14, 2017

    • Students interested in a creative after school activity should come to the last day of Promedy auditions tomorrow immediately after school in the auditorium.  We are looking for actors, actresses, designers and stage crew.
     
    • Lingua Franca staff will meet Thursday after school in room 114.
     
    • We have a wide variety of offerings over February vacation from AAA Drivers Education, Behn Basketball Clinic to different recreational excursions.  Choose your trip to Five Wits, Boda Borg, snow tubing or come along for all of them.  Contact Program Director, Mr. Dylan Collins for details.
     
    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s  Write-A-Palooza competition.  Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com.  Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • February 8, 2017

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Kyle Coleman
    Florida Institute of Technology

    Julia Fratus
    Endicott College

    Benjamin Giglio
    University of Alabama

    Andrew Mason
    University of Mass, Amherst

    Jacklyn Rouse
    Franklin Pierce University, Sacred Heart University

    Rafael Uribe
    Endicott College, University of Mass, Boston

    • We have a wide variety of offerings over February vacation from AAA Drivers Education, Behn Basketball Clinic to different recreational excursions. Choose your trip to Five Wits, Boda Borg, snow tubing or come along for all of them. Contact Program Director, Mr. Dylan Collins for details.

    • Literary Magazine editors will meet after school on Thursday in room 114.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • February 7, 2017

    • Four Speech Team members progressed into the final round of the Massachusetts Speech and Debate Association. Two of our students Kory and Kayla Turner became eligible to compete in the National Qualifiers in June in Birmingham, Alabama! In addition, Kory was named Massachusetts Speech Student of the Year citing his six years of success in the field. Congratulations!

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • February 6, 2017

    • Call to those who love the limelight! If you have drama in your heart and grease paint in your veins, come to auditions for “Promedy” on February 7th and 9th from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. We also need those interested in set design, costume curation, and stage crew, so please come even if you prefer a job behind the curtains. See Ms. Hathaway, Ms. Carrozza, Mrs. Ward or Mr. Morehouse for details.

    • Congratulations to Chris Durnford, Sean MacDonald, and Nick Crociati for winning the middle school Kahoot Trivia on Friday.

    • Attention Yearbook Staff: Please remember to check in with your teachers and obtain permission to attend tomorrow’s meeting during E Block.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • February 3, 2017

    • Attention Middle School Students: Are you ready for the First Friday Bash? Drop off at the lower gym at 5:00 p.m., pick up is at 9:00 p.m. See you there!

    • Roots and Shoots will be making Valentine’s Day cards for sick children on Friday, February 3 at tutorial in room 210.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • February 2, 2017

    • Members of the Lit Magazine will meet today after school in room 114.

    • 10th grade students are invited to attend an informational meeting with their parents regarding the Italy exchange program this Fall. The meeting is Thursday, February 2nd at 6:30 p.m. in the library. See Mrs. Parry in room 211 for more details.

    • Roots and Shoots will be making Valentine’s Day cards for sick children on Friday, February 3 at tutorial in room 210.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • February 1, 2017

    • Attention Middle School students planning to compete in Speech at Milton Academy on Sunday please report to room 99 after school today.

    • This is a reminder to all that the deadline for ordering yearbooks is tomorrow, Thursday, February 2nd. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to order a fine documentation of the school year. See Mr. Masi for details, questions and verifications.

    • 10th grade students are invited to attend an informational meeting with their parents regarding the Italy exchange program this Fall. The meeting is Thursday, February 2nd at 6:30 p.m. in the library. See Mrs. Parry in room 211 for more details.

    • Roots and Shoots will be making Valentine’s Day cards for sick children on Friday, February 3 at tutorial in room 210.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • January 31, 2017

    • Students are reminded to pick up their report cards today.

    • Roots and Shoots will be making Valentine’s Day cards for sick children on Friday, February 3 at tutorial in room 210.

    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering yearbooks is this Thursday, February 2nd. All transactions take place on the Josten’s website. See Mr. Masi with any questions.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • January 30, 2017

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Zhe “Chros” Wang
    College of the Holy Cross

    Gregory Hokanson
    Mercyhurst University, Southern N.H. University

    Rachel Kelliher
    Arcadia University, Bay Path University, U. Mass, Boston

    Joy Moriarty
    Saint Michael’s College

    John Murray
    Ithaca College

    Trent Garzoni
    Mount Ida College

    Caitlin Sullivan
    U. of Maine, Rogers Williams University, Quinnipiac University
     
    • Attention theatrical veterans and rookies alike! Auditions for this year’s spring play “Promedy” will be held next week on February 7 and 9. Stay tuned for more information and/or reach out with specific questions to one of this year’s faculty advisors: Ms. Hathaway, Ms. Carrozza, Mrs. Ward and Mr. Morehouse.

    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering yearbooks is this Thursday, February 2nd. All transactions take place on the Josten’s website. See Mr. Masi with any questions.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • January 27, 2017

    • Roots and Shoots Club is collecting through this Friday old cellphones, smartphones, iPods, iPads and tablets. Drop off items in Ms. Gillespie’s room 96 or Ms. Briggs room 210.

    • The Peer Ministers are collecting socks, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste and combs for “Socks for Love”. These items will be made into a care package and delivered to local shelters. Please support this drive and help those in our community who are in need.

    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering yearbooks is February 2nd. This deadline will determine the number of yearbooks to be published. The only way to make certain that you have a copy is to order before February 2nd. All transactions take place on the Josten’s website.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • January 25, 2017

    • The “March for Life Pro-Life Express” will depart from the SAC at 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. Arrive no later than 4:55 a.m.

    • Roots and Shoots Club is collecting through this Friday old cellphones, smartphones, iPods, iPads and tablets. Drop off items in Ms. Gillespie’s room 96 or Ms. Briggs room 210.

    • The Peer Ministers are collecting socks, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste and combs for “Socks for Love”. These items will be made into a care package and delivered to local shelters. Please support this drive and help those in our community who are in need.

    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering yearbooks is February 2nd. This deadline will determine the number of yearbooks to be published. The only way to make certain that you have a copy is to order before February 2nd. All transactions take place on the Josten’s website.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • January 24, 2017

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances. Congratulations!
     
    Kyle Coleman
    U. of New Haven and Wentworth Institute of Technology
     
    Olivia DiBiase
    U. Mass, Amherst
     
    Julia Fratus
    U. Mass, Amherst and U. Mass, Dartmouth
     
    Benjamin Giglio
    Rollins College
     
    Joy Moriarty
    Quinnipiac University and Salve Regina University
     
    Joseph Pasquale
    Pennsylvania State University
     
    Stephanie Rouse
    Bryant University and U. of New Hampshire
     
    Nicholas Samia
    Bryant University
     
    Caitlin Sullivan
    Bryant University and U. of New Hampshire
     
    Joseph Sullivan
    Bryant University, Saint Anselm College
     
    • There will be a meeting today during tutorial for students attending the “March for Life”.
     
    • The Peer Ministers are collecting socks, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste and combs for “Socks for Love”. These items will be made into a care package and delivered to local shelters. Please support this drive and help those in our community who are in need.
     
    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering yearbooks is February 2nd. This deadline will determine the number of yearbooks to be published. The only way to make certain that you have a copy is to order before February 2nd. All transactions take place on the Josten’s website.
     
    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • January 23, 2017

    • The Peer Ministers are collecting socks, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste and combs for “Socks for Love”. These items will be made into a care package and delivered to local shelters. Please support this drive and help those in our community who are in need.

    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering yearbooks is February 2nd. This deadline will determine the number of yearbooks to be published. The only way to make certain that you have a copy is to order before February 2nd. All transactions take place on the Josten’s website.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.
  • January 20, 2017

    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering yearbooks is February 2nd. This deadline will determine the number of yearbooks to be published. The only way to make certain that you have a copy is to order before February 2nd. All transactions take place on the Josten’s website.

    • Attention members of the Middle School Speech Team traveling to Shrewsbury this Sunday: Departure from the school front parking lot is at 6:30 a.m.

    • Take part in this year’s Lingua Franca’s Write-A-Palooza competition. Submit any poem, short-story, or art work to shhslitmag@gmail.com. Category winners will receive a $15 gift card and a grand prize winner will receive a $50 gift card submissions accepted until March 1st.

    • Attention all students and faculty: Roots & Shoots will be holding an electronics drive starting January 23 through the 27th. Please donate old, broken, and/or used electronics to be recycled. We will only be collecting: cell phones, Smartphones, iPods, iPads, Tablets and eReaders/Kindles. These can be dropped off in Ms. Briggs room 210 or Ms. Gillespie’s room 96. For more information please see a Roots & Shoots member. Thank you!
  • January 19, 2017

    • The girls’ varsity basketball team beat Cape Cod Academy last night 44-39. The win improved the girls’ record to 6-4. Congratulations!

    • Attention all students and faculty: Roots & Shoots will be holding an electronics drive starting January 23 through the 27th. Please donate old, broken, and/or used electronics to be recycled. We will only be collecting: cell phones, Smartphones, iPods, iPads, Tablets and eReaders/Kindles. These can be dropped off in Ms. Briggs room 210 or Ms. Gillespie’s room 96. For more information please see a Roots & Shoots member. Thank you!
  • January 18, 2017

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances:

    Liam Bresnehan
    Saint Anselm College

    Olivia DiBiase
    UMass Amherst

    Nate Porelle
    Fairfield University, Providence College

    Loren Simpson
    Bridgewater State University

    Caitlin Sullivan
    UMass Amherst

    Jake Tibbetts
    Loyola University Maryland

    • There will be a meeting of the Literary Magazine staff tomorrow after school in room 114.

    • There is a mandatory meeting for all “March for Life” pilgrims in the Campus Ministry office during tutorial today.

    • Attention all students and faculty: Roots & Shoots will be holding an electronics drive starting January 23 through the 27th. Please donate old, broken, and/or used electronics to be recycled. We will only be collecting: cell phones, Smartphones, iPods, iPads, Tablets and eReaders/Kindles. These can be dropped off in Ms. Briggs room 210 or Ms. Gillespie’s room 96. For more information please see a Roots & Shoots member. Thank you!
  • January 17, 2017

    • Student pilgrims attending the “March for Life” we will meet tomorrow in the Campus Ministry Office. Please plan on attending.

    • Today is Maintenance Appreciation Day, please take a moment to recognize our wonderful maintenance staff for all they do for us at Sacred Heart.
  • January 12, 2017

    • Attention Global Ambassadors: Please report to room 211 at the start of high school tutorial. Middle School and High School students may bring their lunch to the meeting and please be prompt!

    • Attention sophomores there will be a mandatory class meeting today at the break in the auditorium.
  • January 11, 2017

    • The PSAT results are in for grades 8, 9, 10 and 11. Mrs. Gallitano and Sister Janice will be meeting with their students to discuss the score reports and to return their PSAT Test Booklets. Students are welcome to stop by before or after school, during break, tutorial or a study to meet with their guidance counselor.

    • Roots and Shoots will be holding an electronics drive starting January 23rd through the 27th. Please donate old, broken and/or used electronics to be recycled. We are only collecting: cell phones, Smartphones, iPods, iPads, tablets and eReaders/Kindles. Electronics can be dropped off in Ms. Briggs room 210 or Ms. Gillespie’s room 96.

    • Students and staff, please be aware that from time to and time during the school year, the school will schedule some basic drills designed to ensure the safety of students and staff. The drills may include fire drills, lock down drills, evacuation drills. Please familiarize yourself with the safety code words and fire drill escape routes posted in each classroom. Ask your teachers for clarification if there is any confusion. Students will not always know if we are running a drill or if there is a real danger (example: a fire drill). Therefore, it is very important to follow directions of the adult staff member who is supervising you at the time. If and when our highest alert, “Code Red” is sounded, everyone must get out of the hallways and common areas and keep away from doors and windows. Any student or staff member who is not in a classroom when a “code red” is sounded should enter the first open room that you find (classroom or bathroom) and close the door behind you and wait until an all clear signal is given. It is very important that all students stay in the building and follow instructions.
  • January 10, 2016

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances. Congratulations!

    Emily Brouillard
    Merrimack College, Plymouth State University, Southern New Hampshire University
     
    Zoe Emme
    Marymount Manhattan College

    Tyler Foley
    Roger Williams University

    Joy Moriarty
    Marist College, Stonehill College

    Stephanie Rouse
    Catholic University of America

    Rafael Uribe
    Bridgewater State University

    Michael Walsh
    Regis College

    • There will be a Literary Magazine meeting in room 114 this Thursday after school.

    • Attention faculty and staff: If you have any class activities that would make for a good photo op for the yearbook please contact Mr. Masi . Also, moderators for clubs and groups please arrange a session for a group photo for the yearbook with Mr. Masi.

    • Roots & Shoots will be having a meeting on Tuesday, January 10th at tutorial in room 210. Ideas for our next project are welcome!
  • January 9, 2017

    • The PSAT results are in for Grades 8, 9, 10 and 11. Mrs. Gallitano and Sister Janice will be meeting with their students to discuss the score reports and to return their PSAT Test Booklets. Students are welcome to stop by before or after school, during break, tutorial or a study to meet with their guidance counselor.

    • Congratulations to the 2016-2017 Sacred Heart Global Ambassadors. The following students have been selected as Global Ambassador student leaders: Abby Veitkus, Avery Schaub, Ben Travato, Emily Porelle, Sullivan Padgett, Anabella Driscoll, Matthew Straut, Killian Coleman, Emily Finn, Mark Ross, Mary Kelley, Matthew Leary, Reagan Cavanaugh, Maguire Duggan. Ambassadors, our first meeting is this Thursday during tutorial/lunch in room 211. Please buy your lunch first and report to room 211 at the start of high school tutorial. See Mrs. Parry in room 211 with any questions.

    • Attention faculty and staff: If you have any class activities that would make for a good photo op for the yearbook please contact Mr. Masi . Also, moderators for clubs and groups please arrange a session for a group photo for the yearbook with Mr. Masi.

    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for the yearbook offer is February 3rd. The deadline for ads for the memories section is February 16th. All transactions take place on the Jostens website.

    • Attention yearbook staff: There will be a short meeting before school on Tuesday, January 10th. The meeting will begin at 7:20.

    • Roots & Shoots will be having a meeting on Tuesday, January 10th at tutorial in room 210. Ideas for our next project are welcome!
  • January 5, 2017

    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for the yearbook offer is February 3rd. The deadline for ads for the memories section is February 16th. All transactions take place on the Jostens website.

    • Attention yearbook staff: There will be a short meeting before school on Tuesday, January 10th. The meeting will begin at 7:20.

    • Students interested in writing for the January issue of The Heart Beat should see Ms. Briggs at break today in room 210. Students in the newspaper class do not need to attend.

    • Roots & Shoots will be having a meeting on Tuesday, January 10th at tutorial in room 210. Ideas for our next project are welcome!
  • January 4, 2017

    • The Guidance Office is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Yanni Pappas
    UMass-Amherst, Northeastern University

    Caitlin Sullivan
    Loyola University, Maryland

    Josephine Tracy
    UMass-Amherst, University of New Hampshire

    Michael Walsh
    Curry College, UMass-Boston

    Melinda White
    Gordon College, Marist College, Salve Regina University

    • Students interested in writing for the January issue of The Heart Beat should see Ms. Briggs at break on Thursday, January 5th in room 210. Students in the newspaper class do not need to attend.

    • Roots & Shoots will be having a meeting on Tuesday, January 10th at tutorial in room 210. Ideas for our next project are welcome!
  • December 21, 2016

    • The Guidance Office is pleased to announce the college acceptances for the following students: Congratulations!

    Matthew Dunn
    Villanova University

    Bridget LeBlanc
    The Catholic University of America, Merrimack College, Stonehill College

    Neil Lodi
    Lasell College, Curry College

    • For today only the art room is host to several installation art pieces, students and staff are more than welcome to stop by and take a look!
  • December 20, 2016

    • The Guidance Office is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Derek Cronin
    University of Mass., Amherst

    Matthew Finn
    University of Mass., Amherst, Providence College

    Elizabeth Hokanson
    Emmanuel College

    Joseph Pasquale
    University of Mass., Amherst

    Nathan Porelle
    University of Vermont

    Stephanie Rouse
    Fairfield University

    Nicholas Samia
    Assumption College, Suffolk University

    Caitlin Sullivan
    Fairfield University

    Josephine Tracy
    Penn State University

    Kory Turner
    Bradley University, Curry College, Howard University

    Melinda White
    Assumption College
     
    • Sacred Heart Girls basketball swept a triple header against Holbrook. The middle school team won 25-14, the junior varsity team won 45-8 and the varsity team won 45-41. Great job!
  • December 19, 2016

    • Thank you to all the volunteers who helped out at Christmas in the City! Thousands of children benefitted from all the work you did!

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Amelia Beaton
    University of Maine, Plymouth State University

    Erin Carberry
    Colby-Sawyer College, Curry College

    Tyler Foley
    Wentworth Institute of Technology

    Elizabeth Hokanson
    University of Vermont

    Bridget LeBlanc
    Castleton University

    Jacklyn Rouse
    Curry College

    Caitlin Sullivan
    University of Vermont, Suffolk University

    Josephine Tracy
    University of Vermont, Penn State

    Kory Turner
    Emerson College, George Mason University, Suffolk University

    Yanni Pappas
    Georgetown University

    • Roots & Shoots will be going to a Plymouth nursing home tomorrow after school. Please sign up on the Goggle sign-up sheet, permission slips are needed.
  • December 16, 2016

    • Roots & Shoots will be going to a Plymouth nursing home on Tuesday, December 20th after school. Please sign up on the Google sign-up sheet by Monday, permission slips are needed.

    • Roots & Shoots will be making Christmas cards today during tutorial in Miss Gillespie’s room 96.

    • Sacred Heart is traveling to LaSalette’s Festival of Lights after school on December 21st. See Mrs. Hurm, Mr. Concannon, or Mrs. Parry for a permission slip.
     
    • Attention seniors: If you or any family member, or friend would like to commemorate your school years, Jostens has set a deadline of December 23rd for purchasing a page or section of a page in the memories section of the yearbook. Please stick to these deadlines as they influence the number of pages available for other sections such as sports, activities, clubs and organizations. All transactions take place on-line on the Jostens website. Please see Mr. Masi if you have questions.

    • Attention students and staff as we consider the holidays and gift-giving, how about considering purchasing a yearbook. It is a great way to commemorate the school. All transactions take place on-line on the Jostens website.
  • December 15, 2016

    • Roots & Shoots will be going to a Plymouth nursing home on Tuesday, December 20th after school. Please sign up on the Google sign-up sheet by Monday, permission slips are needed.

    • Roots & Shoots will be making Christmas cards on Friday the 16th during tutorial in Miss Gillespie’s room 96.

    • Sacred Heart is traveling to LaSalette’s Festival of Lights after school on December 21st. See Mrs. Hurm, Mr. Concannon, or Mrs. Parry for a permission slip.
     
    • Attention seniors: If you or any family member, or friend would like to commemorate your school years, Jostens has set a deadline of December 23rd for purchasing a page or section of a page in the memories section of the yearbook. Please stick to these deadlines as they influence the number of pages available for other sections such as sports, activities, clubs and organizations. All transactions take place on-line on the Jostens website. Please see Mr. Masi if you have questions.

    • Attention students and staff as we consider the holidays and gift-giving, how about considering purchasing a yearbook. It is a great way to commemorate the school. All transactions take place on-line on the Jostens website.

    • The girl junior varsity basketball team won their second game yesterday at Bristol County Agricultural 40-27, congratulations!

    • The girls varsity basketball team lost to Bristol Aggie 28-34 to drop their record to 2-1.

    • The Saints varsity hockey team had a 3-3 tie in their first game of the season playing against a strong South Shore Vo-Tech team.
  • December 14, 2016

    • We will have Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the chapel during school today. All are welcome to come by.

    • Roots & Shoots will be making Christmas cards on Friday the 16th during tutorial in Miss Gillespie’s room 96.

    • Sacred Heart is traveling to LaSalette’s Festival of Lights after school on December 21st. See Mrs. Hurm, Mr. Concannon, or Mrs. Parry for a permission slip.
     
    • Attention seniors: If you or any family member, or friend would like to commemorate your school years, Jostens has set a deadline of December 23rd for purchasing a page or section of a page in the memories section of the yearbook. Please stick to these deadlines as they influence the number of pages available for other sections such as sports, activities, clubs and organizations. All transactions take place on-line on the Jostens website. Please see Mr. Masi if you have questions.

    • Attention students and staff as we consider the holidays and gift-giving, how about considering purchasing a yearbook. It is a great way to commemorate the school. All transactions take place on-line on the Jostens website.

    • All Roots & Shoots members who want to volunteer at the Plymouth Nursing Home should sign up on the Google signup sheet we will need a headcount to buy ornament materials. The visit will take place on Wednesday, December 21st.

    • There are still a few slots available for Sunday, December 18, “Christmas in the City”. You must be 16 years of age or older. Please join us for an afternoon filled with fun as we help the inner city kids enjoy Christmas magic. Please see Mrs. Hurm for details.

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