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WSHS News March 9, 2018

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  • April 13, 2017

    • Course selection sheets are due to Mrs. Gallitano today.

    • This is your last chance to sign up for the Talent Show please see Ms. Hathaway or Mr. LaBelle today. If you are performing please check your email over the break.

    • The elementary school is having their first ever sock hop on Saturday, April 28th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. volunteers are needed in all areas including set up, concessions, face painting, and clean up. If you are interested in helping and earning service hours please see Mrs. Schumann in the Spirit Store by Friday, April 13th.
  • April 12, 2018

    • Just a reminder that signed course selection sheets must be returned to Mrs. Gallitano by tomorrow.

    • Please be sure to pick up your report cards before you leave for spring break. Seniors see Dr. Gill, Juniors see Mrs. Gallitano, Sophomores see Mrs. Marston, 8th and 9th graders see Sister Janice and 7th graders see Mrs. Pasquale.

    • Attention Athletes: Please see Ms. B. today if you need to exchange your spring season uniform or pick up a sweat suit.

    • The elementary school is having their first ever sock hop on Saturday, April 28th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. volunteers are needed in all areas including set up, concessions, face painting, and clean up. If you are interested in helping and earning service hours please see Mrs. Schumann in the Spirit Store by Friday, April 13th.

    • Attention all seniors: Your money for the Grad night at Six Flags is due tomorrow, the cost is $46.99. Please see Mr. Olson if you have any questions.

    • The Girls Varsity Softball Team beat Bishop Connolly 13-5 in their season opener. The senior pitcher, Jillian Blake struck out 11 in the game. She went 4 for 4 and scored 2 runs. Junior first baseman, Emily Finn, went 4 for 5 and scored 4 runs. Senior Captain Mia Gavin hit a 2 run triple in the top of the 7th to help seal the win for the Saints. Congratulations!
  • April 11, 2018

    • All high school students in grades 9, 10 and 11 must return their signed course selection sheets to Mrs. Gallitano by end of the week. If you have additional questions or concerns please let Mrs. Gallitano know before we begin the final stage of course selection for next year.
     
    • The elementary school is having their first ever sock hop on Saturday, April 28th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. volunteers are needed in all areas including set up, concessions, face painting, and clean up. If you are interested in helping and earning service hours please see Mrs. Schumann in the Spirit Store by Friday, April 13th.

    • Attention all seniors: Your money for the Grad night at Six Flags is due next Friday, April 13th, the cost is $46.99. Please see Mr. Olson if you have any questions.
  • April 10, 2018

    • Attention Yearbook Staff: There will be an important meeting this Wednesday, April 11th before school at 7:20 in Mr. Masi’s room. Please stop by and see Mr. Masi before tomorrow.

    • Attention all seniors: Your money for the Grad night at Six Flags is due next Friday, April 13th, the cost is $46.99. Please see Mr. Olson if you have any questions.
  • April 9, 2018

    • Congratulations to the Sacred Heart Civics Team for winning the 4th annual Plymouth League of Women Voters Civics Bee! The team of Mary Kelley, Kayla Turner, Sully Padgett, and Nick Mossman unseated the 3 time champions for the win!

    • Attention Yearbook Staff: There will be an important meeting this Wednesday, April 11th before school at 7:20 in Mr. Masi’s room. Please stop by and see Mr. Masi before the 11th.

    • This week is your last chance to sign up for the Talent Show! Please see Ms. Hathaway or Mr. LaBelle.

    • Attention all seniors: Your money for the Grad night at Six Flags is due next Friday, April 13th, the cost is $46.99. Please see Mr. Olson if you have any questions.
  • April 6, 2018

    • Tomorrow from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. at the Kingston Public Library we have an art exhibition from some of our top student artists. Please stop by to show your support!
     
    • Attention yearbook staff: There will be an important meeting next Wednesday, April 11th before school at 7:20. Please stop by and see Mr. Masi before the 11th.

    • Attention all seniors: Your money for the Grad night at Six Flags is due next Friday, April 13th, the cost is $46.99. Please see Mr. Olson if you have any questions.

    • Check your emails! If you are interested in helping with or performing in the talent show there is a google form from Dr. Gill or talk to Mr. LaBelle or Ms. Hathaway.
  • April 4, 2018

    • Sacred Heart is proud to announce our first Art Show of 2018, “Through the Looking Class”, which is on display at the Kingston Public Library for the month of April. The opening reception is this Saturday, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. Art Shows are meant to be enjoyed by all not just those whose work is exhibited. They give us a chance as a community to come together to support our student artists and to celebrate and share our creativity and unique perspectives with one another. All members of the Sacred Heart community are encouraged to attend. Hope to see you there!

    • Check your emails! If you are interested in helping with or performing in the talent show there is a google form from Dr. Gill or talk to Mr. LaBelle or Ms. Hathaway.
  • April 3, 2018

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!
     
    Peter Carchidi     Saint Anselm College, Stonehill College,
                             Wentworth Institute of Technology
    Olivia Colombo   Boston College (College of Arts & Sciences), The Catholic                                     University of America, Providence College
    Yifan Guo           Wheaton College
    Rachel Struski    Elon University, NC, U. of Massachusetts, Amherst
    Zoe Volney         Hofstra University, U. Of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, New York                             University, Syracuse University
    Zheyi Wang        U. of California, Davis, U. of California, San Diego,
                             The George Washington University, The Ohio State U.
     
    • Check your emails! If you are interested in helping with or performing in the talent show there is a google form from Dr. Gill or talk to Mr. LaBelle or Ms. Hathaway.
     
    • Attention Athletes: Today will be the last day for winter uniform returns.   If your uniform isn’t returned today your account will be charged tomorrow for replacement cost.   Today is the last day to pick up a spring season uniform.
     
    • Sacred Heart is proud to announce our first Art Show of 2018, “Through the Looking Class”, which is on display at the Kingston Public Library for the month of April. The opening reception is this Saturday, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. Art Shows are meant to be enjoyed by all not just those whose work is exhibited. They give us a chance as a community to come together to support our student artists and to celebrate and share our creativity and unique perspectives with one another. All members of the Sacred Heart community are encouraged to attend. Hope to see you there!
  • April 2, 2018

    • There will be a freshman class meeting in the auditorium tomorrow during tutorial. Mrs. Gallitano will review the Course Selection process for this year. Academic Department Chairs and other teachers who wish to speak with Freshmen regarding courses for next year please plan to attend as well.

    • Friendly and enthusiastic student ambassadors in grades 9-12 are needed to lead tours during our final High School Open House this Wednesday evening from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. To volunteer please see Mrs. Taylor in the Admissions Office, room 107. Students will earn service hours for their time.

    • Sacred Heart is proud to announce our first Art Show of 2018, “Through the Looking Class”, which is on display at the Kingston Public Library for the month of April. The opening reception is this Saturday, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. Art Shows are meant to be enjoyed by all not just those whose work is exhibited. They give us a chance as a community to come together to support our student artists and to celebrate and share our creativity and unique perspectives with one another. All members of the Sacred Heart community are encouraged to attend. Hope to see you there!

    • All Roots and Shoots members should try their best to make it to a meeting on Tuesday, April 3 at both tutorials. It is not our usual meeting day but please try to come. The meeting will be held in room 210.
  • March 29, 2018

    • Friendly, polite and enthusiastic student ambassadors in grades 9 through 12 are needed to lead tours during our final high school Open House on Wednesday evening April 4th from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. To volunteer please see Mrs. Taylor in the Admissions Office, room 107. You will earn service hours for your time. Thank you!

    • Mark your calendar for the Sacred Heart Art Shows. Students who would like to submit one or two pieces of artwork please see Miss Trahon by Friday. Students who are not taking art but involved with art club or creates work on their own time are welcome to submit work. Our first show is at the Kingston Public Library on Saturday April 7th from 12:00-2:00 p.m. Our second show is on Thursday, April 26th from 7:00 – 7:30 p.m. This event is in conjunction with the SH Talent Show which runs from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., the art show will take place during intermission.

    • Each year, Sacred Heart students participate in the Memory Portrait Project where we create portraits for children living in orphanages all around the world. Two years ago, our school contributed 22 portraits to children in Ghana. This year we have been given the opportunity to create portraits of children in Afghanistan, children who have been growing up in war zones. This is a tremendous opportunity for us as artists and humanitarians to use our talents to do something kind for someone in need. All students from beginner to advanced are welcome to sign up. Portraits are not due until the end of May. To see some of the portraits we made two years ago check out the Sacred Heart Art Instagram @SacredHeartKingstonArt. If you would like to sign up for the project or just want to learn more, please see Miss Trahon by this Friday.
  • March 28, 2018

    • All juniors and sophomores who have met with Mrs. Gallitano and have NOT returned their SIGNED course selection sheets must do so today or tomorrow at the latest.

    • Attention all students: It’s here! International Night is tonight in the cafeteria from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

    • Friendly, polite and enthusiastic student ambassadors in grades 9 through 12 are needed to lead tours during our final high school Open House on Wednesday evening April 4th from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. To volunteer please see Mrs. Taylor in the Admissions Office, room 107. You will earn service hours for your time. Thank you!

    • Mark your calendar for the Sacred Heart Art Shows. Students who would like to submit one or two pieces of artwork please see Miss Trahon by Friday. Students who are not taking art but involved with art club or creates work on their own time are welcome to submit work. Our first show is at the Kingston Public Library on Saturday April 7th from 12:00-2:00 p.m. Our second show is on Thursday, April 26th from 7:00 – 7:30 p.m. This event is in conjunction with the SH Talent Show which runs from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., the art show will take place during intermission.

    • Each year, Sacred Heart students participate in the Memory Portrait Project where we create portraits for children living in orphanages all around the world. Two years ago, our school contributed 22 portraits to children in Ghana. This year we have been given the opportunity to create portraits of children in Afghanistan, children who have been growing up in war zones. This is a tremendous opportunity for us as artists and humanitarians to use our talents to do something kind for someone in need. All students from beginner to advanced are welcome to sign up. Portraits are not due until the end of May. To see some of the portraits we made two years ago check out the Sacred Heart Art Instagram @SacredHeartKingstonArt. If you would like to sign up for the project or just want to learn more, please see Miss Trahon by this Friday.

    • Clash of Coins ends tomorrow please keep the changing coming!
  • March 27, 2018

    • Friendly, polite and enthusiastic student ambassadors in grades 9 through 12 are needed to lead tours during our final high school Open House on Wednesday evening April 4th from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. To volunteer please see Mrs. Taylor in the Admissions Office, room 107. You will earn service hours for your time. Thank you!

    • Mark your calendar for the Sacred Heart Art Shows. Students who would like to submit one or two pieces of artwork please see Miss Trahon by Friday. Students who are not taking art but involved with art club or creates work on their own time are welcome to submit work. Our first show is at the Kingston Public Library on Saturday April 7th from 12:00-2:00 p.m. Our second show is on Thursday, April 26th from 7:00 – 7:30 p.m. This event is in conjunction with the SH Talent Show which runs from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., the art show will take place during intermission.

    • Each year, Sacred Heart students participate in the Memory Portrait Project where we create portraits for children living in orphanages all around the world. Two years ago, our school contributed 22 portraits to children in Ghana. This year we have been given the opportunity to create portraits of children in Afghanistan, children who have been growing up in war zones. This is a tremendous opportunity for us as artists and humanitarians to use our talents to do something kind for someone in need. All students from beginner to advanced are welcome to sign up. Portraits are not due until the end of May. To see some of the portraits we made two years ago check out the Sacred Heart Art Instagram @SacredHeartKingstonArt. If you would like to sign up for the project or just want to learn more, please see Miss Trahon by this Friday.

    • Attention all students: It’s here! International Night is Wednesday night at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria please plan on joining us.
  • March 26, 2018

    • Please join the Guidance Office in congratulating the following seniors for their college acceptances:

    Brian Buckley Merrimack College
    Reagan Cavanaugh Curry College
    Ian Coletti College of the Holy Cross, U. of Mass, Amherst,
    Wheaton College
    Olivia Colombo College of the Holy Cross, Providence College,
    Boston College, Catholic University
    Sean Flaherty Bridgewater State University,
    Rutgers University-New Brunswick
    Julia Jennings Stonehill College
    Grace Kidd Bridgewater State University, Eastern Nazarene College,
    Quincy College
    Kristen Kline Stonehill College, Wheaton College MA
    Elena Murphy Case Western Reserve University, OH

    • Friendly, polite and enthusiastic student ambassadors in grades 9 through 12 are needed to lead tours during our final High School Open House on Wednesday evening, April 4th from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. To volunteer please see Mrs. Taylor in the Admissions Office, room 107. You will earn service hours for your time. Thank you!

    • Attention all students: It’s here! International Night is Wednesday night at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria please plan on joining us.

    • The Italy Exchange Program for 2018-2019 is “a go”! We are extending the deadline to register to allow more students to take advantage of this opportunity. Please see Mrs. Parry in room 214 for more information or stop by her table at International Night on Wednesday, March 28th.

    • Today kicks off our last week of “Clash of Coins”. Please find it in your hearts this Lenten season to participate in this fun activity that raises money for some of our favorite charities. Remember, the winning grade will receive a “make your own sundae” party during tutorial next month!

    • Mark your calendar for the Sacred Heart Art Shows. Students who would like to submit one or two pieces of artwork please see Miss Trahon by Friday. Students who are not taking art but involved with art club or creates work on their own time are welcome to submit work. Our first show is at the Kingston Public Library on Saturday April 7th from 12:00-2:00 p.m. Our second show is on Thursday, April 26th from 7:00 – 7:30 p.m. This event is in conjunction with the SH Talent Show which runs from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., the art show will take place during intermission.

    • Each year, Sacred Heart students participate in the Memory Portrait Project where we create portraits for children living in orphanages all around the world. Two years ago, our school contributed 22 portraits to children in Ghana. This year we have been given the opportunity to create portraits of children in Afghanistan, children who have been growing up in war zones. This is a tremendous opportunity for us as artists and humanitarians to use our talents to do something kind for someone in need. All students from beginner to advanced are welcome to sign up. Portraits are not due until the end of May. To see some of the portraits we made two years ago check out the Sacred Heart Art Instagram @SacredHeartKingstonArt. If you would like to sign up for the project or just want to learn more, please see Miss Trahon by this Friday.
  • March 23, 2018

    • Friendly, polite and enthusiastic student ambassadors in grades 9 through 12 are needed to lead tours during our final High School Open House on Wednesday evening, April 4th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. To volunteer please see Mrs. Taylor in the Admission Office, Room 107. You will earn service hours for your time.

    • There will be a meeting Monday night, March 26th for parents whose children are going to Washington, D.C. in May. This meeting will take place in Mr. Steele’s room 101 at 6:00 p.m. Meeting is not mandatory.

    • There will be a meeting for parents of 8th and 9th grade students who plan on going to New York City in June. That meeting will also take place in Mr. Steele’s room 101 at 7:00 p.m. on March 26th. Meeting is not mandatory.

    • The Talent Show and Arts Night is just a month away! We are making it bigger and better than before. Please see Ms. Hathaway or Mr. LaBelle if you are interested in performing or helping out.

    • Mark your calendar for the Sacred Heart Art Shows. Students who would like to submit one or two pieces of artwork please see Miss Trahon by Friday. Students who are not taking art but involved with art club or creates work on their own time are welcome to submit work. Our first show is at the Kingston Public Library on Saturday April 7th from 12:00-2:00 p.m. Our second show is on Thursday, April 26th from 7:00 – 7:30 p.m. This event is in conjunction with the SH Talent Show which runs from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., the art show will take place during intermission.

    • There will be a Sophomore Class Meeting in the library today during tutorial. Mrs. Gallitano will review the course selection process for this year. Academic department chairs, AP teachers and any other teachers who wish to speak with sophomores regarding new courses for next year please plan to attend.

    • Each year, Sacred Heart students participate in the Memory Portrait Project where we create portraits for children living in orphanages all around the world. Two years ago, our school contributed 22 portraits to children in Ghana. This year we have been given the opportunity to create portraits of children in Afghanistan, children who have been growing up in war zones. This is a tremendous opportunity for us as artists and humanitarians to use our talents to do something kind for someone in need. All students from beginner to advanced are welcome to sign up. Portraits are not due until the end of May. To see some of the portraits we made two years ago check out the Sacred Heart Art Instagram @SacredHeartKingstonArt. If you would like to sign up for the project or just want to learn more, please see Miss Trahon by this Friday.

    • Attention students and faculty: The only way to be sure you will have a copy of this year’s yearbook is to order one. As of today, 77 people have ordered yearbooks. Make sure you have a copy by going to the Jostens website for all transactions. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.

    • Attention Yearbook Staff – there will be a meeting next Monday, March 26 before school 7:20 – 7:40.

    • The football meeting will take place today during high school tutorial in room 97.
  • March 22, 2018

    • There will be a Sophomore Class Meeting in the library tomorrow during tutorial. Mrs. Gallitano will review the course selection process for this year. Academic department chairs, AP teachers and any other teachers who wish to speak with sophomores regarding new courses for next year please plan to attend.

    • There will be a meeting for all 8th graders during middle school tutorial in the auditorium.

    • Each year, Sacred Heart students participate in the Memory Portrait Project where we create portraits for children living in orphanages all around the world. Two years ago, our school contributed 22 portraits to children in Ghana. This year we have been given the opportunity to create portraits of children in Afghanistan, children who have been growing up in war zones. This is a tremendous opportunity for us as artists and humanitarians to use our talents to do something kind for someone in need. All students from beginner to advanced are welcome to sign up. Portraits are not due until the end of May. To see some of the portraits we made two years ago check out the Sacred Heart Art Instagram @SacredHeartKingstonArt. If you would like to sign up for the project or just want to learn more, please see Miss Trahon by this Friday.

    • Attention students and faculty: The only way to be sure you will have a copy of this year’s yearbook is to order one. As of today, 77 people have ordered yearbooks. Make sure you have a copy by going to the Jostens website for all transactions. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.

    • Attention Yearbook Staff – there will be a meeting next Monday, March 26 before school 7:20 – 7:40.

    • Roots and Shoots members will meet in room 210 at both tutorials on Friday, March 23rd.

    • The football meeting will take place tomorrow during high school tutorial in room 97.
  • March 21, 2018

    • Each year, Sacred Heart students participate in the Memory Portrait Project where we create portraits for children living in orphanages all around the world. Two years ago, our school contributed 22 portraits to children in Ghana. This year we have been given the opportunity to create portraits of children in Afghanistan, children who have been growing up in war zones. This is a tremendous opportunity for us as artists and humanitarians to use our talents to do something kind for someone in need. All students from beginner to advanced are welcome to sign up. Portraits are not due until the end of May. To see some of the portraits we made two years ago check out the Sacred Heart Art Instagram @SacredHeartKingstonArt. If you would like to sign up for the project or just want to learn more, please see Miss Trahon by this Friday.

    • Attention students and faculty: The only way to be sure you will have a copy of this year’s yearbook is to order one. As of today, 77 people have ordered yearbooks. Make sure you have a copy by going to the Jostens website for all transactions. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.

    • Attention Yearbook Staff – there will be a meeting next Monday, March 26 before school 7:20 – 7:40.

    • Roots and Shoots members will meet in room 210 at both tutorials on Friday, March 23rd.

    • Keep the coins coming! The seniors are still in the lead and on their way to having a sundae party! Let’s support your class charity and donate pennies or “sabotage” other grades!
  • March 20, 2018

    • Attention winter athletes: Please return your winter uniforms to the bin outside B’s office.
  • March 19, 2018

    • Congratulations to the following seniors on their college acceptances:

    Christopher Brown Missouri Valley College, Illinois College,
    Indiana Institute of Technology, Maryville U, Missouri
    Brian Buckley Assumption College, Bryant University, Saint Anselm College, Saint Michael’s College, Stonehill College,
    University of New Hampshire at Durham
    Reagan Cavanaugh Wheaton College
    Olivia Colombo Holy Cross
    Miaomiao Ding Foothill College, CA
    Sean Flaherty Roger Williams University
    Teaghan Gokey Pratt Institute
    Elena Murphy University of Connecticut
    Peter Reardon Dean College
     
    • Sacred Heart’s “Got Talent” will be back on April 26th. Please see Ms. Hathaway or Mr. LaBelle if you are interested in performing or helping out.
     
    • Clash of Coins is going great! The seniors have taken over the lead. In order for this to be successful for all of the chosen charities we need everybody’s support! Please bring in your loose change.
     
    • Performances of “Us and Them” will be during middle school and high school tutorials today.
     
  • March 15, 2018

    • Congratulations to seniors Teaghan Gokey and Olivia Colombo for winning Gold Key awards from the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Competition! This Saturday Olivia and Teagan will attend a private award ceremony held at Tufts University. The exhibition of student work will be free and open to the public at Breed Memorial Hall located on Tufts University’s Medford campus. The exhibit will be open from March 17-25th. Hours are Monday through Friday from 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. , Saturday and Sunday 12:00 – 5:00, Wednesday, March 21 has extended hours from 12:00 – 8:00 p.m. Please come out and support our award winning students!

    • Despite this week’s blizzard, the annual semi-formal dance is still a go for tomorrow, March 16th from 7:00 -10:00 p.m. at the Pinehills in Plymouth. Tickets are $25, and must be purchased TODAY from SADD members during high school lunch or in room 202 from Mrs. Ward during break, tutorial or after school. Along with the Hollywood theme there will be a DJ, ice cream bar and Harlem Shake throwback for the seniors. Thank you and hope to see you there!

    • Roots and Shoots members who would like to go to the nursing home field trip Monday, March 19 must have their permission slip returned by Thursday, March 15th to Ms. Briggs or Ms. Gillespie.
  • March 12, 2018

    • There will be a junior class meeting in the auditorium during tutorial today. Mrs. Gallitano will review the course selection process for this year. Academic department chairs, AP teachers and teachers who wish to speak with the juniors regarding new courses for next year please attend as well.

    • Friendly, polite and enthusiastic student ambassadors in grades 9 through 12 are needed to lead tours during our final High School Open House this Wednesday evening, March 14th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. To volunteer please see Mrs. Taylor in the Admissions Office, room 107. You will earn service hours for your time.

    • Sacred Heart theatre had a strong showing at the METG semi-finals yesterday in Sharon. The creative team took home prizes for costume, hair, and makeup design. Thank you to all who were involved in making this a great experience!

    • Sacred Heart’s annual semi-formal is this Friday, March 16th from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. at the Pine Hills in Plymouth. Tickets for the Hollywood themed dance are $25 and can be purchased from SADD members during high school lunch. Hope to see you there!

    • Sacred Heart Talent Show will be back and better than ever on April 26th! Please see Ms. Hathaway if you are interested in performing or helping out.

    • Roots and Shoots members who would like to go to the nursing home field trip Monday, March 19 must have their permission slip returned by Thursday, March 15th to Ms. Briggs or Ms. Gillespie.

    • Even with our two snow days recently, Clash of Coins is off to a great start. We have already raised approximately $130 for our charities. There is plenty of time to bring in your change. The 7th grade is winning with a total of 257 points. The seniors are close behind with negative 418 points, followed by the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 8th grades. Help your class earn an ice cream sundae party while helping out those in need. Bring in your change and put it into the containers in the cafeteria.

    • Today is the last day to sign up for the badminton tournament. Sign ups are outside Mr. Olson’s room.

    • Students interested in trying out for baseball there is a mandatory meeting tonight at 6:30 in the SAC.
  • March 9, 2018

    • Although slavery is often considered a thing of the past, we wear blue today to raise awareness that 20.9 million people globally are still enslaved in human trafficking. Thank you for helping National Honor Society raise money for victims.

    • Attention High School Students: Next Wednesday and Thursday (March 14 and 15) there is going to be a badminton tournament (boy/girl partners only) in the SAC. Sign up outside Mr. Olson’s room.

    • There will be a girls’ Lacrosse Meeting today in the auditorium at break.
  • March 7, 2018

    • Course selection will begin tomorrow at a Junior Class Meeting in the auditorium during tutorial. Juniors please be prompt. Academic department chairs, AP teachers and any other teachers who wish to speak with the juniors regarding new courses for next year please attend as well.
     
    • We have one more Open House on Wednesday evening, March 14th at 6:30 p.m. Student Ambassadors are needed to lead tours. If you would like to volunteer, please see Mrs. Taylor in the Admissions Office.
     
    • There were over 14,000 calls to the national hotline for human trafficking in the United States during 2017. This Friday March 9th, National Honor Society will be sponsoring a full dress down day to raise awareness of the prevalence of human trafficking in our society and raise money to help victims. You must wear a blue shirt and pay $1 to a NHS member Friday morning in Sr. Janice’s office or the library. Money raised will go to a trafficking safehouse in Boston.

    • There is a Lit Magazine meeting tomorrow in the computer lab.
  • March 6, 2018

    • There are 20-30 million slaves in the world today, and much of this is due to the prevalence of human trafficking. Friday March 9th, National Honor Society will be sponsoring a full dress down day to raise awareness of the prevalence of human trafficking in our society and to raise money to help victims. You must wear blue and pay $1 to a NHS member Friday morning. Money will be collected in Sr. Janice’s office or the library. Money raised will go to a trafficking safe house in Boston.

    • Winter Sports Awards will be held on March 13th at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium.
  • March 1, 2018

    • Please join us in the chapel on Friday mornings at 7:30 as Oliva Colombo will lead us in praying the Rosary. No prior knowledge of praying the Rosary is necessary, and all are welcome! If you cannot make it and have any prayer intentions you would like us to include, please see Olivia or Mrs. Hurm.
     
    • New children’s pajamas will be collected through this Friday, please help kids in need.
     
    • It’s that time again! “Clash of Coins” has begun! Donate money to your grade’s bottle and chosen charity. Use pennies to earn points and put silver coins and paper money to sabotage other grades. Please see a Peer Minister for more details.
     
    • Human trafficking is one of the largest problems of our time. Websites that feed human trafficking gain more views every month than Netflix, Amazon, and Twitter combined. Tomorrow, March 2nd, National Honor Society will be sponsoring a full dress down day to raise awareness of the prevalence of human trafficking in our society and to raise money to help victims. You must wear blue and pay $1 to a NHS member Friday morning in Sr. Janice’s office or the library. Money raised will go to a trafficking safe house in Boston.
     
    • Attention Sports Fans: Cheer on the girls’ basketball team at Old Colony Regional tonight. The game starts at 6:30!
     
    • Attention winter season athletes: Please return your complete uniform to the bin outside Ms. B’s office. Make sure your uniform is in a bag with your name on it.
  • February 28, 2018

    • Please join us in the chapel on Friday mornings at 7:30 as Oliva Colombo will lead us in praying the Rosary. No prior knowledge of praying the Rosary is necessary, and all are welcome! If you cannot make it and have any prayer intentions you would like us to include, please see Olivia or Mrs. Hurm.

    • According to the United States State Department, as many as 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders annually, 80% of them are women and children. This Friday, March 2nd, the National Honor Society will be sponsoring a dress down day to raise awareness of the prevalence of human trafficking in our society and raise money to help victims. You can participate by wearing a blue shirt and paying $1 to the National Honor Society. Money will be collected Friday morning in Sister Janice’s office.

    • New children’s pajamas will be collected through this Friday, please help kids in need.

    • It’s that time again! “Clash of Coins” is returning starting tomorrow for two weeks! During Lent, we are reminded of the three key aspects of our Christianity: prayer, fasting/abstinence, and almsgiving. As a way to demonstrate almsgiving, the Religion classes will be participating in “Clash of Coins”. All four teachers, along with their classes, will choose a charity of their choice for each grade. The four groups of classes will compete through charitable donations of coins to see who can raise the most money. The money raised will be donated to the previously chosen charities. Please see a Peer Minister for more details.

    • The girls’ basketball team will be playing at Old Colony at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 1st. This is a first round MIAA tournament game. There is no charge for the game.
  • February 27, 2018

    • Please join us in the chapel on Friday mornings at 7:30 as Oliva Colombo will lead us in praying the Rosary. No prior knowledge of praying the Rosary is necessary, and all are welcome! If you cannot make it and have any prayer intentions you would like us to include, please see Olivia or Mrs. Hurm.

    • According to the United States State Department, as many as 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders annually, 80% of them are women and children. This Friday, March 2nd, the National Honor Society will be sponsoring a dress down day to raise awareness of the prevalence of human trafficking in our society and raise money to help victims. You can participate by wearing a blue shirt and paying $1 to the National Honor Society. Money will be collected Friday morning in Sister Janice’s office.

    • New children’s pajamas will be collected through this Friday, please help kids in need.

    • It’s that time again! “Clash of Coins” is returning starting tomorrow for two weeks! During Lent, we are reminded of the three key aspects of our Christianity: prayer, fasting/abstinence, and almsgiving. As a way to demonstrate almsgiving, the Religion classes will be participating in “Clash of Coins”. All four teachers, along with their classes, will choose a charity of their choice for each grade. The four groups of classes will compete through charitable donations of coins to see who can raise the most money. The money raised will be donated to the previously chosen charities. Please see a Peer Minister for more details.

    • The girls’ basketball team will be playing at Old Colony at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 1st. This is a first round MIAA tournament game. There is no charge for the game.

    • Sophomores – we are going bowling after school on Friday, March 9th. If you are interested talk to J.T.

    • Roots & Shoots members will be meeting Wednesday, February 28th at both high school and middle school tutorial in room 210.
  • February 26, 2018

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

    Christopher Brown Robert Morris University Illinois, Trine University
    Olivia Colombo Saint Anselm College
    Sean Flaherty Saint Anselm College
    Joshua McCafferty Merrimack College
    Caitlin Prario George Mason University, Plymouth State University
    Rachel Struski University of Florida

    • Congratulations to Kayla Turner who made it to the finals at the Harvard Speech Tournament. Kayla finished in fifth place out 165 competitors in a field dominated by juniors and seniors!

    • If you are interested in going to “40 Days for Life” after school on Thursday, March 8th please email Mr. Concannon.

    • Human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar criminal industry that is considered a modern day form of slavery. 20.9 million people have been denied freedom due to this illegal act. This Friday, March 2nd, the National Honor Society will be hosting a dress down day to raise awareness for human trafficking. You can participate by wearing a blue shirt and paying $1.00 to the National Honor Society Friday morning. Money will be collected in Sister Janice’s office.

    • Sophomores – we are going bowling after school on Friday, March 9th. If you are interested talk to J.T.

    • Roots & Shoots members will be meeting Wednesday, February 28th at both high school and middle school tutorial in room 210.

    • The boys varsity hockey team will be playing today at 4:00 p.m. at Gallo Arena against Abington High School in the preliminary round of the MIAA Tournament. Ticket prices are $6.00 for students and $8.00 for adults (cash only).
  • February 16, 2018

    • We already have a lot of pajamas! Let’s keep them coming! Remember that they must be NEW pajamas and the sizes needed are newborn to adult medium. You can drop them off at morning drop-off or in the box in the lobby. Let’s help the children in need.
     
    • Attention students and staff: Prices for the yearbook will increase after this week. Why not take advantage of the lowest price possible by ordering before February vacation. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
  • February 15, 2018

    • We already have a lot of pajamas! Let’s keep them coming! Remember that they must be NEW pajamas and the sizes needed are newborn to adult medium. You can drop them off at morning drop-off or in the box in the lobby. Let’s help the children in need.

    • There will be a mandatory meeting for ALL National Honor Society members in the auditorium at tutorial.

    • Attention students and staff: Prices for the yearbook will increase after this week. Why not take advantage of the lowest price possible by ordering before February vacation. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.

    • Tomorrow is the final day to submit your deposit and permission slip for the March 3rd ski trip!

    • Congratulations to the Sacred Heart Girls’ middle school team for finishing their season off with a win against South Shore Vo-Tech. The girls beat Vo-Tech 19-14 and ended their season with a winning record of 7-5. Great job!

    • The girls’ Varsity Basketball team improved their record to 12 and 7 with a win over South Shore Vo-Tech 32-25. The Saints were led by our freshman shooting guard and our senior forward scoring 11 and 10 points respectively. Congratulations!
  • February 14, 2018

    • Roots and Shoots members who can help clean the Recycling Room on Thursday should sign up on Google Classroom.

    • We already have a lot of pajamas! Let’s keep them coming! Remember that they must be NEW pajamas and the sizes needed are newborn to adult medium. You can drop them off at morning drop-off or in the box in the lobby. Let’s help the children in need.
  • February 13, 2018

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

    Mia Gavin Coastal Carolina University, Stockton University
    Feiyou Guo U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, The Ohio State University
    Kristen Kline Clarkson University
    Aidan MacDonald Quinnipiac University, Sacred Heart University
    Caitlin Prario East Carolina University, Endicott College, Framingham State U,
    U. of Mass, Boston, Mount Ida College, Suffolk University
    Antony Santos University of Maine

    • Students going on the ski trip deposits and permission slips are due by Friday, February 16th. We need 20 people to make this trip a go.

    • Reminder there will be a mandatory meeting of all Extraordinary Ministers during tutorial today in room 204.

    • Attention National Honor Society Members: There will be a mandatory meeting this Thursday during tutorial in the auditorium. Please bring your dues to this meeting, $20 for seniors and $25 for juniors.

    • Roots and Shoots members who can help clean the Recycling Room on Thursday should sign up on Google Classroom.

    • We already have a lot of pajamas! Let’s keep them coming! Remember that they must be NEW pajamas and the sizes needed are newborn to adult medium. You can drop them off at morning drop-off or in the box in the lobby. Let’s help the children in need.

    • Today is the last day for the Student Council Valentine’s Day fundraiser. Cost is $1.00 for 4 hershey kisses. Student Council members will send them anonymously.

    • Shout out to the girls’ middle school basketball team on their victory against Cape Cod Academy. The girls were able to take the win with a score of 30-21. Great job ladies!

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