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WSHS News April 27, 2018

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  • November 14, 2018

    • The Scholastic Art Competition is going on now! Students have until December 10th to submit artwork. Students can either submit art and photographs from the past year or create something new, specifically for the contest. This is a great opportunity to gain recognition for your art skills and creativity! Please see Miss Trahon for more details.

    • Middle School Speech practice will be held Thursday and Friday after school. We will be traveling to Milton Academy on Saturday.

    • Attention Yearbook Staff: Tomorrow’s meeting at 7:20 a.m. will be for underclass members. Seniors on the Yearbook Staff should work on their fall sports pages.

    • Members of S.A.A.D. who are involved in the PSA, please report to Ms. Wakelin’s room after school to begin filming.

    • A reminder to all high school students: The 3 on 3 basketball tournament starts next Monday, please be sure to sign up with Mr. Olson by Friday.

    • Join us this Friday at 3:15 for the Junior/Senior Powder Puff game! This event is being run by the S.A.A.D. program. Proceeds will be donated to diabetes awareness. Refreshment and treats will be sold at the game.
     
  • November 13, 2018

    • Congratulations to Mary Kelley and Kayla Turner for adding 3 more trophies to our trophy case!   They competed over the weekend at Natick High School.
     
    • Thank you for your continued support of the National Honor Society Book Drive. There is one more day to bring in any new or gently used books that would appeal to children or young adults. Please remember that any donation will be greatly appreciated.
     
    • All junior and senior boys on the Powder Puff Cheerleading Squad please report to Mrs. Ward’s room at tutorial today.
     
    • Join us this Friday at 3:15 for the Junior/Senior Powder Puff game! This event is being run by the S.A.A.D. program. Proceeds will be donated to diabetes awareness. Refreshment and treats will be sold at the game.
     
    • Attention students looking for volunteer opportunities, the Elementary School Parents’ Association has two Christmas events coming up. On Friday, November 30th we have a very Merry Kids Night at the ECC and on Sunday, December 9th we have Breakfast with Santa here at the high school. To volunteer please sign up outside the Spirit Store. Any questions please see Mrs. Schumann.
  • November 9, 2018

    • Attention Varsity Speech Team: The van to Natick High School will depart from the front of the school at 6:30 a.m. tomorrow morning. Full information is on the sign board outside room 99. Today is the last practice prior to the tournament.
     
    • Students involved in ‘Godspell’ please check Google Classroom.
     
    • Juniors and Seniors today is the last day to pay for Power Puff shirts, please give $15 cash to Ms. Wakelin.
     
    • SHS Fun Facts: We had almost 20 families across campus visiting our Open Houses yesterday! Thank you to all who attended and volunteered.
  • November 8, 2018

    • The National Honor Society’s Book Drive continues through next Wednesday. We are most grateful to the students, faculty and staff who have already donated books. Please check attics, basements or closets for any new or gently used books that would appeal to children or young adults. The upcoming long weekend might be a good time for Fall Cleaning!
     
    • Attention Band Club participants: There will be a mandatory meeting today after school in Mrs. Lombardo’s room.
     
    • Attention juniors and seniors: Tomorrow is the last day to purchase a Powder Puff shirt for the event next Friday, November 16th. Please give Ms. Wakelin or Julia Ward $15 cash by tomorrow.
     
    • High School students interested in costuming, hair, and/or makeup for ‘Godspell’ should go to room 205 during tutorial today. Middle School students will meet tomorrow during their tutorial.
     
    • Permission slips for the nursing home trip tomorrow are due TODAY.
    SHS Fun Facts: It’s a twin thing! Did you know that throughout all of Sacred Heart School, we have almost 30 students who have a twin? The Early Childhood Center has 8 students, the Elementary School has 12 students and the High School has 8 students! We also have one set of triplets, and a number of teachers who have a twin! Can you name them all!?
  • November 7, 2018

    • A University of Connecticut admissions representative will be visiting us via a Skype meeting today at 9:30 in the Admissions Office. This is a great opportunity for juniors to hear what this university has to offer and an even better opportunity for seniors who are interested in applying to meet the counselor who will be reading your applications. Please see Mrs. Deegan to sign-up.
     
    • Attention all band club participants: There will be a mandatory practice in Mrs. Lombardo’s room tomorrow from 2:35 – 3:30. If you are unable to attend, please tell Noah or Sully. Be sure to bring your instruments.
     
    • Attention all high school Speech Team members if you plan on attending the Speech Tournament at Natick High School this Saturday you must inform either Mr. Sapir, Evrosina Awad or Kayla Turner today.
     
    • Attention seniors: You must see Mr. Masi in the Earth & Space Lab to verify your selection of portrait to be used in the yearbook by Friday, November 9th. Any senior not verifying will have the portrait selected by the photo lab. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
     
    • Attention seniors: Your biographies for the yearbook are due by Friday, November 9th. Any senior not submitting according to format and guidelines will have the default used in the yearbook. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
     
    • SHS Fun Facts: As we continue with our Sacred Heart Fun Facts in honor of our celebration of New England Catholic Schools Week, did you know that Sacred Heart School was not always located where we are today? In fact, it wasn’t even in Kingston! Sacred Heart began in downtown Plymouth in 1948 only educating students in Kindergarten through Grade 7. It wasn’t until the late 1950’s that the Sisters of Divine Providence built the school building we now call home.
  • November 6, 2018

    • All senior and junior girls please report to Ms. Wakelin’s room during break today for a special announcement!
     
    • Today at tutorial there will be a S.A.D.D. meeting to discuss future events in room 111. Hope to see you there!
     
    • Reminder to all girls interested in playing basketball this year, there is a meeting today in room 109 during high school tutorial.
     
    • Attention seniors: You must see Mr. Masi in the Earth & Space Lab to verify your selection of portrait to be used in the yearbook by Friday, November 9th. Any senior not verifying will have the portrait selected by the photo lab. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
     
    • Attention seniors: Your biographies for the yearbook are due by Friday, November 9th. Any senior not submitting according to format and guidelines will have the default used in the yearbook. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
     
    • SHS Fun Facts: As we look towards our winter sports season, did you know that Sacred Heart used to play all of its basketball games at Memorial Hall in downtown Plymouth? That’s right! Now home to concerts, comedy shows, weddings, and historical presentations, Memorial Hall’s 1,500 seat auditorium was once home to Saints basketball games for all to see!
  • November 5, 2018

    • A reminder to student ambassadors who are able to help out at this week’s Open House to please email or see Ms. Conway.
     
    • The Liturgical Choir will meet today during middle school tutorial/high school lunch in the auditorium to practice for Mass. All must attend in order to sing at Mass.
     
    • Attention seniors: You must see Mr. Masi in the Earth & Space Lab to verify your selection of portrait to be used in the yearbook by Friday, November 9th. Any senior not verifying will have the portrait selected by the photo lab. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
     
    • Attention seniors: Your biographies for the yearbook are due by Friday, November 9th. Any senior not submitting according to format and guidelines will have the default used in the yearbook. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
     
    • Attention S.A.D.D. members: Tomorrow there will be a meeting during tutorial in Ms. Wakelin’s room 111, see you there!
     
    • Congratulations to the girls’ volleyball team on their awesome victory over Bishop Connolly on Friday! The next playoff game is tomorrow at 5:30. Let’s pack the SAC and show your support!
     
    • There will be a basketball meeting tomorrow during tutorial in room 109 for all girls who are interested in playing. If you are unable to attend please see Mr. Olson.
  • November 2, 2018

    • Congratulations to Kayla Turner and Evrosina Awad for finishing 1st and 2nd in the Lions Club Annual Speech Tournament. Kayla will now face the winner of the Hanover competition.
     
    • Starting Monday, November 5th and continuing through Wednesday November 14th, the National Honor Society will be conducting its annual Book Drive. We are asking that you donate new or gently used books that will appeal to children and/or young adults. These books will be delivered to Notre Dame Education Center in South Boston for distribution to children whose parents are learning to read. Over the past 6 years students and families at Sacred Heart have donated over 4,000 books. Books may be deposited in the boxes located through-out school or they may be brought to the Guidance Office. We appreciate your generosity.
     
    • A reminder to student ambassadors who are able to help out at the November 8th Open House please email or see Ms. Conway.
     
    • Attention seniors: Your biographies for the yearbook are due by Friday, November 9th. If you do not submit according to format and guidelines the default will be used in the yearbook. Please see Mr. Masi if you have any questions.
     
    • Seniors you must see Mr. Masi by November 9th to verify your selection of portrait to be used in the yearbook. Seniors who do not select a portrait the photo lab will select one for you. See Mr. Masi with questions.
     
    • There will be a basketball meeting for all girls who are interested in playing on Tuesday, November 6th during tutorial in room 109. If you are unable to attend please see Mr. Olson.
     
    • Come watch the varsity boys’ soccer team playoff game this Sunday at home game starts at 1:00.
  • November 1, 2018

    • A reminder to student ambassadors who are able to help out at the November 8th Open House please email or see Ms. Conway.

    • Attention seniors: Your biographies for the yearbook are due by Friday, November 9th. If you do not submit according to format and guidelines the default will be used in the yearbook. Please see Mr. Masi if you have any questions.

    • Seniors you must see Mr. Masi by November 9th to verify your selection of portrait to be used in the yearbook. Seniors who do not select a portrait the photo lab will select one for you. See Mr. Masi with questions.

    • High School Quiz Show will meet tomorrow morning in Mr. Espinosa’s room 112 at 7:05 a.m.

    • Chess Club will meet tomorrow during tutorial in room 213.

    • Tomorrow is the last day for our annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. This year we are using the items collected to feed those at Matthew’s Kitchen on Thanksgiving. Please consider making a donation if you haven’t already. Thank you!

    • There will be a basketball meeting for all girls who are interested in playing on Tuesday during tutorial. Please see Mr. Olson if you are unable to attend.
  • October 30, 2018

    • All 7th grade art students should turn in their last stretchbook assignment of the quarter in today.
  • October 29, 2018

    • Congratulations to the Varsity Speech Team for bringing back six trophies on Saturday after competing at Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School. Kayla Turner took 1st and 2nd place trophies. Evrosina Awad took a 6th place and Mary Kelley got a 4th place. The multiple team of Will Mayo, Evrosina Awad, Lydia Fitton-Alves and Nick Mossman placed 5th. Ryan Daudelin received the honor of accepting the 1st place Division Sweepstakes trophy. Congratulations and go Saints!
     
    • Attention juniors and seniors: This will be our final week of college admission rep visits. The following colleges will be here as follows – be sure to get a pass from Mrs. Deegan
    Monday at 9:30 – Wheaton College
    Tuesday at 10:30 – The Catholic University of America
    Wednesday at 11:45 – Boston College
    Thursday at 10:45 UCONN
     
    • The Thanksgiving Food Drive ends this Friday. Please consider donating an item from the lists that are hanging in the hallways. The guests at Matthew’s Kitchen truly appreciate your generosity.
     
    • Students in grades 8 through 12 who are interested in auditioning for Southeastern Massachusetts District Chorus, please see Ms. Conway for details this week. Auditions are just a few weeks away so song preparations must begin soon.
     
    • Attention Student Ambassadors: If you are interested in helping out at the Open House next Thursday, November 8th please see or contact Ms. Conway as soon as possible.
     
    • Attention Astronomy Club – there will be a meeting tomorrow morning at 7:20 in Mr. Masi’s room.
     
    • High School Quiz Show will meet in Mr. Espinosa’s room 112 tomorrow at 7:05 a.m.
     
    • Attention all middle school students: “What’s something you need to do on Halloween??” Survey says . . . Dress up! What’s another thing you need to do on Halloween? Survey says .
    . . “play Family Feud”! Be there on October 31st during lunch and tutorial. Please see Mr. Lochiatto to sign up for a team.
  • October 26, 2018


    • Attention seniors and juniors: The following admission counselors will be here today in the Guidance Office, please see Mrs. Deegan for a pass.
    Stonehill College at 9:15
    NYU at 11:30
    Regis College at 12:30

    • Attention Astronomy Club there will be a meeting next Tuesday, October 30th at 7:20 before school.

    • Attention students who were volunteering at the Trunk or Treat event on Saturday at the elementary school: Due to the predicted Nor Easter the event has been postponed until Saturday, November 3rd.

    • Congratulations to the boys’ soccer team they won yesterday 2-1 they are now league champions!
  • October 25, 2018

    • Time is running out! Students interested in helping with the Edaville Road Race next weekend please see Mrs. Hurm asap.
     
    • Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is off to a slow start. Please consider donating to help feed the homeless and less fortunate. Your generosity is truly appreciated.
     
    • Congratulations to the girls’ varsity volleyball team on their amazing comeback to beat Ursuline last night! Great job Lady Saints!
     
    • Please come out and watch the boys’ soccer team play for the league title at home today vs Westport. Game starts at 3:30. Go Saints!
  • October 24, 2018

    • Attention seniors and juniors: An admissions counselor from Bentley University will be here today at 1:15 in the Guidance Office. Please see Mrs. Deegan for a pass.

    • There will be a mandatory Speech meeting today during middle school tutorial/high school lunch for students who plan on attending the Speech Tournament this Saturday.

    • Attention Seniors: Your proofs for your senior portrait for the yearbook have been received by the school. You should make an appointment to see Mr. Masi before school, during break, tutorial or after school to verify your selection of the portrait you would like to appear in the yearbook. If you do not verify your selection by Friday, November 9th the default selection chosen by the photo lab will be used. If you have any questions please see Mr. Masi.

    • Attention Seniors: your biography for the yearbook should be submitted to Mr. Masi by Friday, November 9th. Please refer to the email that you received regarding format and how to submit via email. Please see Mr. Masi if you have any questions.
  • October 23, 2018

    • Attention seniors and juniors: An admissions counselor from UMass Amherst will be here today at 11:45 in the Guidance Office. If you plan to attend please sign up with Mrs. Deegan.

    • Congratulations to Jake Egan who shot an 81 yesterday and advanced to the Division 3 State golf finals next week. Good Luck Jake!

    • Sacred Heart Cross Country lost to Norfolk Aggie yesterday 47-16. Brady Severance came in 5th and in the girls individual meet Nicole Johnson took 3rd and Sydney Whittaker took 5th.

    • Students interested in playing junior varsity volleyball next year please go to Mrs. Hurm’s room 207 during your tutorial today.

    • There will be a SAAD meeting today during tutorial in room 111.

    • Attention Seniors: Your proofs for your senior portrait for the yearbook have been received by the school. You should make an appointment to see Mr. Masi before school, during break, tutorial or after school to verify your selection of the portrait you would like to appear in the yearbook. If you do not verify your selection by Friday, November 9th the default selection chosen by the photo lab will be used. If you have any questions please see Mr. Masi.

    • Attention Seniors: your biography for the yearbook should be submitted to Mr. Masi by Friday, November 9th. Please refer to the email that you received regarding format and how to submit via email. Please see Mr. Masi if you have any questions.
  • October 22, 2018

    • Attention seniors and juniors: The following college admission counselors will be here this week visiting the Guidance Office. Please see Mrs. Deegan to sign up.

    Tuesday at 11:45 – UMass, Amherst
    Wednesday at 1:15 – Bentley University
    Thursday at 10:00 – Villanova University
    Friday at 9:15 – Stonehill College
    Friday at 9:45 – Regis College

    • There will be a High School Quiz Show meeting tomorrow at 7:05 a.m. in Mr. Espinosa’s room 112.

    • Attention Seniors: Your proofs for your senior portrait for the yearbook have been received by the school. You should make an appointment to see Mr. Masi before school, during break, tutorial or after school to verify your selection of the portrait you would like to appear in the yearbook. If you do not verify your selection by Friday, November 9th the default selection chosen by the photo lab will be used. If you have any questions please see Mr. Masi.

    • Attention Seniors: your biography for the yearbook should be submitted to Mr. Masi by Friday, November 9th. Please refer to the email that you received regarding format and how to submit via email. Please see Mr. Masi if you have any questions.

    • Congratulations to the girls’ varsity volleyball team on advancing to the silver medal round at this weekend’s tournament. The girls won some big matches, especially defeating Frontier, who are seven year State Champions! Great job Saints!

    • Astronomy Club will meet on Tuesday, October 30th.

    • Attention Yearbook Staff members: The next meeting will be Thursday, October 25th. An email was sent out regarding the objectives of the meeting. If you have any questions please see Mr. Masi.
  • October 19, 2018

    • Students interested in signing up for the “2019 March for Life” which takes place January 17-19 please see Mr. Concannon or Mrs.Hurm.

    • Today is the last day to turn in your permission slip for the National Portfolio Day field trip this Sunday. Students in grades 10-12 who are interested in pursuing an education or career in the arts or the creative industry should seriously consider going. If you do not have your form today, please see Miss Trahon ASAP. It’s not too late!

    • Interested in creating a jack-o-lantern? Join the Art Club next week for pumpkin carving during our Halloween party week. See Miss Trahon today, if you wait until next week it will be too late!

    • Roots & Shoots Club will meet today during tutorial in the art room. Please bring project ideas to the meeting. Please check the recycling schedule to see if it is your turn to help out today.

    • Congratulations to the girls’ varsity volleyball team for a league clinching win against Holbrook yesterday! Great job ladies!

    • Congratulations to the Saints golf team who won the Mayflower Conference tournament yesterday for the second year in a row. The team will be competing in State sectionals on Monday. Good luck!

    • Attention seniors: Today is the last day to order your senior sweatshirts, please pay Mrs. Schumann by 1:00 p.m.

    • The Spirit Store will be closed October 22-26. Please plan accordingly for your lunch account and make payments by Friday, October 19th. Payments can also be made online at myschoolbucks.com

    • Many students expressed interest in helping Mrs. Nolan with her charitable event at Edaville Railroad on November 3rd. This charity was created in honor of her deceased sister and it enables a student from Carver to receive a Sacred Heart scholarship. Please sign up on the sheet on the Campus Ministry door. All volunteers are welcome there is a special need for 11th and 12th graders with cars.

    • Our Thanksgiving food drive will run from October 17 through November 2nd. This year, we will be working with other volunteers to help feed those less fortunate on Thanksgiving Day at Matthew’s Kitchen. Please take a look at your email for the specific items needed for dinner such as canned vegetables, fruit, soup, cranberry sauce, gravy, tuna, juice boxes, bottles of water, individual packs of cookies and crackers, dried stuffing and mashed potato flakes.

    • It’s almost time for the 2nd annual “Trunk or Treat” sponsored by the elementary school Parents’ Association. Students interested in earning service hours by volunteering at this fun can sign up on the board outside the Spirit Store. Any club/team interested in entering their car, please see Mrs. Schumann for details. Trunk or Treat will take place on Saturday, October 27th.
  • October 18, 2018

    • The Spirit Store will be closed October 22-26. Please plan accordingly for your lunch account and make payments by Friday, October 19th. Payments can also be made online at myschoolbucks.com

    • Many students expressed interest in helping Mrs. Nolan with her charitable event at Edaville Railroad on November 3rd. This charity was created in honor of her deceased sister and it enables a student from Carver to receive a Sacred Heart scholarship. Please sign up on the sheet on the Campus Ministry door. All volunteers are welcome there is a special need for 11th and 12th graders with cars.

    • Our Thanksgiving food drive will run from October 17 through November 2nd. This year, we will be working with other volunteers to help feed those less fortunate on Thanksgiving Day at Matthew’s Kitchen. Please take a look at your email for the specific items needed for dinner such as canned vegetables, fruit, soup, cranberry sauce, gravy, tuna, juice boxes, bottles of water, individual packs of cookies and crackers, dried stuffing and mashed potato flakes.

    • Students interested in joining a chess club please plan to attend the group’s first meeting on Tuesday, October 23rd during tutorial in room 213.

    • It’s almost time for the 2nd annual “Trunk or Treat” sponsored by the elementary school Parents’ Association. Students interested in earning service hours by volunteering at this fun can sign up on the board outside the Spirit Store. Any club/team interested in entering their car, please see Mrs. Schumann for details. Trunk or Treat will take place on Saturday, October 27th.
  • October 17, 2018

    • There is Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament all day in the chapel today, please stop by and pray with us.

    • A reminder to all newly elected members of the National Honor Society there will be a rehearsal today immediately at dismissal in the auditorium.

    • All faculty, staff and students are invited to the National Honor Society Induction ceremony tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium.

    • The Spirit Store will be closed October 22-26. Please plan accordingly for your lunch account and make payments by Friday, October 19th. Payments can also be made online at myschoolbucks.com

    • Reminder to the Yearbook Staff, please see Mr. Masi regarding this Friday’s workshop.

    • Many students expressed interest in helping Mrs. Nolan with her charitable event at Edaville Railroad on November 3rd. This charity was created in honor of her deceased sister and it enables a student from Carver to receive a Sacred Heart scholarship. Please sign up on the sheet on the Campus Ministry door. All volunteers are welcome there is a special need for 11th and 12th graders with cars.

    • Our Thanksgiving food drive will run from October 17 through November 2nd. This year, we will be working with other volunteers to help feed those less fortunate on Thanksgiving Day at Matthew’s Kitchen. Please take a look at your email for the specific items needed for dinner such as canned vegetables, fruit, soup, cranberry sauce, gravy, tuna, juice boxes, bottles of water, individual packs of cookies and crackers, dried stuffing and mashed potato flakes.

    • Students interested in joining a chess club please plan to attend the group’s first meeting on Tuesday, October 23rd during tutorial in room 213.

    • It’s almost time for the 2nd annual “Trunk or Treat” sponsored by the elementary school Parents’ Association. Students interested in earning service hours by volunteering at this fun can sign up on the board outside the Spirit Store. Any club/team interested in entering their car, please see Mrs. Schumann for details. Trunk or Treat will take place on Saturday, October 27th.

    • Cross Country scores for October 16:

    Tri County: 19 Sacred Heart: 42
    Holbrook: 26 Sacred Heart: 30
    Brady Severance took 2nd overall in the boy’s meet. Nicole Johnson and Sydney Whittaker took 1st and 2nd respectively in the girl’s individual meet. Congratulations!
  • October 16, 2018

    • Attention seniors and juniors: Admission Counselors will be visiting the Guidance Office today, College of the Holy Cross at 9:45 and Merrimack College at 1:00 p.m.

    • Reminder to the Yearbook Staff, please see Mr. Masi regarding this Friday’s workshop.

    • Many students expressed interest in helping Mrs. Nolan with her charitable event at Edaville Railroad on November 3rd. This charity was created in honor of her deceased sister and it enables a student from Carver to receive a Sacred Heart scholarship. Please sign up on the sheet on the Campus Ministry door. All volunteers are welcome there is a special need for 11th and 12th graders with cars.

    • Our Thanksgiving food drive will run from October 17 through November 2nd. This year, we will be working with other volunteers to help feed those less fortunate on Thanksgiving Day at Matthew’s Kitchen. Please take a look at your email for the specific items needed for dinner such as canned vegetables, fruit, soup, cranberry sauce, gravy, tuna, juice boxes, bottles of water, individual packs of cookies and crackers, dried stuffing and mashed potato flakes.

    • Students interested in joining a chess club please plan to attend the group’s first meeting on Tuesday, October 23rd during tutorial in room 213.

    • Theatre practice has been cancelled for this afternoon.
  • October 15, 2018

    • Kudos to Evrosina Awad and Kayla Turner who competed this weekend at The Bronx High School of Science New York City Invitational Tournament. As a team they finished in 10th place out of 153 high schools across the country. Kayla finished 6th in Mixed Oratory, and finished FIRST in Dramatic Interpretation. The trophies are on display in the lobby. Congratulations!

    • Lasell College admission counselor will be visiting today at 9:30 in the Guidance Office.

    • This weekend three Sacred Heart High School students received awards from the Plymouth Guild for the Arts. Evrosina Awad-Photography, Xingbang (William) Liao – Drawing, Haley Whittaker- Photography. Congratulations! Their artwork along with other Sacred Heart student submissions will be exhibited at the Plymouth Guild in downtown Plymouth until the 26th.

    • Thank you to all of the students, faculty and staff who helped out at Saturday’s Open House.

    • The beach cleanup yesterday was a huge success thank you to all who participated.

    • Roots & Shoots will have a meeting during Friday tutorials to discuss our next event.

    • Art Club students who are interested in pumpkin carving should hand in their fee by tomorrow.

    • A speaker from Otis College of Art and Design will be here tomorrow during first block. Students who would like to attend must get permission from your teachers.

    • There is a field trip this Sunday into Boston for National Portfolio Day where students can have their artwork assessed by art schools from all over the country. See Miss Trahon for details.

    • Attention Yearbook Staff: Please see Mr. Masi regarding this Friday’s workshop.

    • Reminder to the Astronomy Club there will be a meeting tomorrow morning at 7:20 in room 89.

    • Attention seniors: Payment for your sweatshirts must be made no later than this Friday, October 19th. $35 should be paid to Mrs. Schumann in the Spirit Store. There are sample sizes in the store for you to try on.

    • There will be a High School Quiz Show meeting tomorrow October 16th at 7:05 a.m. in Mr. Espinosa’s room 112.
  • October 12, 2018

    • Attention seniors and juniors: Anna Maria College admission counselor will be visiting today at 9:30 in the Guidance Office.
     
    • All members of the National Honor Society newly elected as well as current members are asked to report to the auditorium at the beginning of tutorial on Monday for a brief meeting.
     
    • Beach clean-up at Plymouth Long Beach is tomorrow from 10:00-12:00 all are welcome.
     
    • Attention Astronomy Club: There will be a meeting on Tuesday, October 16th at 7:20 a.m. in room 89.
     
    • The Plymouth Guild “Young at Art” juried art show is this Sunday from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend. The exhibition will be on display from this Sunday until Friday, October 26th. See Miss Trahon for more details.
     
    • It’s almost time for the 2nd annual “Trunk or Treat” sponsored by the elementary school Parents’ Association. Students interested in earning service hours by volunteering at this fun can sign up on the board outside the Spirit Store. Any club/team interested in entering their car, please see Mrs. Schumann for details. Trunk or Treat will take place on Saturday, October 27th.
  • October 11, 2018

    • Attention seniors and juniors: An Admissions counselor from Saint Michael’s College will be visiting today at 11:45 in the Guidance Office.

    •  Any student who is a member of a school club, activity, or sports team and would like to represent that group at the Open House this Saturday please see Ms. Conway or Mrs. Clougherty in the Admissions Office for details.

    • The Plymouth Guild “Young at Art” juried art show is this Sunday from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend. The exhibition will be on display from this Sunday until Friday, October 26th. See Miss Trahon for more details.

    • The Sacred Heart beach clean-up is this Saturday at Plymouth Long Beach from 10:00 – 12:00. All students, families and friends are more than welcome to attend.
  • October 10, 2018

    • The Sacred Heart Beach Clean-up is this Saturday at Plymouth Long Beach from 10:00 – 12:00. All students, families and friends are more than welcome to attend!

    • The Saints golf team beat Diman yesterday to improve to 9 and 1. The win clinched the league title. Congratulations Saints!
  • October 9, 2018

    • Attention seniors and juniors: An admission counselor from Salve Regina University will be visiting today at 9:00 in the Guidance Office.

    • The Sacred Heart beach clean-up is this Saturday. It’s at Plymouth Long Beach from 10:00 am – 12:00. All students, families and friends are more than welcome to attend!

    • Last call for students to enter artwork to the Plymouth Guild, ‘Young at Art’ juried art show. Miss Trahon will be dropping the art off tomorrow right after school. It must be framed and all forms and fees must be handed in.

    • Theatre practices will begin tomorrow after school from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium.

    • It’s almost time for the 2nd annual “Trunk or Treat” sponsored by the elementary school Parents’ Association. Students interested in earning service hours by volunteering at this fun can sign up on the board outside the Spirit Store. Any club/team interested in entering their car, please see Mrs. Schumann for details. Trunk or Treat will take place on Saturday, October 27th.
  • October 4, 2018

    • Let’s pack the SAC today as Abby Slavik goes for 1,000 spike kills in volleyball! Nobody in the Mayflower League has ever accomplished this!

    • Attention seniors: You should start to formulate your bio for the yearbook. You will receive an email from Mr. Masi that describes the info to include for example, font style and size, due date and method to return the bio to Mr. Masi.

    • The beach clean-up is next Saturday, October 13th at Plymouth Long Beach. Mark your calendars.

    • This week is your last chance to enter artwork into the Plymouth Guild “Young at Art” juried art show. Please see Miss Trahon as soon as possible for more information.
  • October 3, 2018

    • There will be a brief meeting for all National Honor Society members today at the beginning of tutorial in the auditorium.

    • Congratulations to Haley Whittaker for ranking number 2 in the world in two different dressage events while competing in Oklahoma!

    •  Let’s pack the SAC tomorrow as Abby Slavik goes for 1,000 spike kills in volleyball! Nobody in the Mayflower League has ever accomplished this!

    • There will be another round of auditions for ‘Godspell’ after school today in the auditorium from 3:15-4:30. All are welcome!

    • Attention Yearbook Staff: There will be a meeting tomorrow before school at 7:20 in room 89.

    • Attention seniors: You should start to formulate your bio for the yearbook. You will receive an email from Mr. Masi that describes the info to include for example, font style and size, due date and method to return the bio to Mr. Masi.

    • Attention seniors and juniors: An admission counselor from Saint Anselm College will be in the Guidance Office today at 11:45.

    • There will be a high school Quiz Show meeting today during tutorial in room 112.

    • It’s almost time for the 2nd annual “Trunk or Treat” sponsored by the elementary school Parents’ Association. Students interested in earning service hours by volunteering at this fun can sign up on the board outside the Spirit Store. Any club/team interested in entering their car, please see Mrs. Schumann for details. Trunk or Treat will take place on Saturday, October 27th.

    • The beach clean-up is next Saturday, October 13th at Plymouth Long Beach. Mark your calendars.

    • This week is your last chance to enter artwork into the Plymouth Guild “Young at Art” juried art show. Please see Miss Trahon as soon as possible for more information.

    • Cross Country: Brady Severance took a second against Diman and a first against South
    Eastern. In the girls individual race, sophomores Nicole Johnson and Sydney Whittaker placed first and third against the Diman and South Eastern team.
  • October 2, 2018

    • There will be a High School Quiz Show meeting Thursday during lunch in room 112.

    • The beach clean-up is next Saturday, October 13th at Plymouth Long Beach. Mark your calendars.

    • ‘Godspell’ auditions will be today and tomorrow from 3:15-4:30 in the auditorium.

    • This week is your last chance to enter artwork into the Plymouth Guild “Young at Art” juried art show. Please see Miss Trahon as soon as possible for more information.
  • October 1, 2018

    • Attention seniors and juniors: Emmanuel College admission counselor will be visiting today at 11:30 in the Guidance Office. Also, a representative from Providence College will be here tomorrow at 9:30 and a representative from Saint Anselm will be here on Wednesday at 11:45. Please sign up in the Guidance Office.

    • Students interested in a leadership position within Roots & Shoots please see Miss Trahon today.

    • This week is your last chance to enter artwork into the Plymouth Guild “Young at Art” juried art show. Please see Miss Trahon as soon as possible for more information.

    • The fall musical is heading in a new direction! A new round of auditions will be taking place tomorrow, October 2nd from 3:15-4:30. See your email or Ms. Hathaway for more details.
  • September 28, 2018

    • This is the last chance to sign up to be a Student Ambassador for the Admissions Office. You can sign up outside Ms. Conway’s office.

    • Students interested in forming an Astronomy Club there will be a meeting before school at 7:20 a.m. on Monday, October 1st in Mr. Masi’s room 89.

    • The fall musical is heading in a new direction! A new round of auditions will be taking place Tuesday, October 2nd from 3:15-4:30. See your email or Ms. Hathaway for more details.

    • Calling all student artists! Please submit your artwork to Miss Trahon this week if you plan to enter the Plymouth Guild, “Young at Art” juried art show. Students can submit anything from last year or something new. All students in grades 7-12 are eligible to enter. Contact Miss Trahon today.

    • In a Tri-Meet with Bishop Connolly and Old Colony, the young Sacred Heart Cross Country team split, losing to Bishop Connolly 16-47 and winning their first meet, defeating Old Colony 24-36. Sophomore, Brady Severance once again led the way, placing second in the winning meet, while teammates finished 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th!
  • September 27, 2018

    • Attention seniors and juniors: An Admissions Counselor from Worcester Polytechnic Institute will be visiting today at 8:30 in the Guidance Office for a meet and greet.

    • Today during break in the cafeteria we are going to have a mooncake testing offering five different flavors. There will be a vote for the best mooncake, all are welcome this is a free event.

    • The fall musical is heading in a new direction! A new round of auditions will be taking place Tuesday, October 2nd from 3:15-4:30. See your email or Ms. Hathaway for more details.

    • Calling all student artists! Please submit your artwork to Miss Trahon this week if you plan to enter the Plymouth Guild, “Young at Art” juried art show. Students can submit anything from last year or something new. All students in grades 7-12 are eligible to enter. Contact Miss Trahon today.

    • The Saints varsity golf team won yesterday 6-3 against Upper Cape. The team improved to 6-0 on the season and officially qualified for the state tournament. Congratulations!

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