Sacred Heart Catholic School News

September 12, 2022

September 12-16




5:30-7:30 pm Meet & Greet, downtown Robbinsdale. Stop by and see us.

Fire Drill-rescheduled due to weather on Friday

4:30 pm Soccer practice



2:10-3:00 pm Sterling Karate

3:00-4:00 pm Volleyball practice

4:15 pm Soccer game at Legacy

4-5 pm Cross country practice


Practice lockdown drill

3:00-4:00 pm Volleyball practice

4:15 pm Soccer game at St. Vincent


2:15 pm School Safety meeting for Staff with Robbinsdale Police

3:00-4:00 pm Volleyball practice

4-5 pm Cross Country practice


8:00 a.m. School Mass---mass uniform

8:45 a.m. School Fun Fest pep fest


Fun Fest, 2:00-10:30 pm

Upcoming Events

September 17 Fun Fest-Please join us, 2:00-10:30 pm.

September 22 NET Retreat, grades 6-8 All day at school

September 22 Curriculum Night, Grades: Kinder, 1, 2, 3, 4

September 29 PreK Meet & Greet 5:45-6:30 pm Outside. Meet other PreK families and preschoolers.

September 29 Curriculum Night, grades 5-8 Begins at 5:45 pm

October 1 School Marathon Prayer begins at 9:15 a.m.

Blessing of the Backpacks

Thank you to the many PreK thru 8th grade students and families that came to our blessing of the backpacks. It was great seeing you at mass on Sunday.
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Marathon Information coming home today

K-8 School Marathon for Non-Public Education-Packet sent home TODAY!

Mark your calendar: SCHOOL MARATHON

Saturday, October 1st at 9:15 a.m.

Sanborn Park

Our goal this year is for EVERY student to bring in the required $300 fundraising amount for the Marathon. This is NEW this year! We have some fun prizes for the students to help us reach our goal of $44,500. We understand that this may not work for everyone, but we hope everyone will do their very best to help us reach our goal.

If we reach our goal: Mr. Ziebol has graciously agreed to having whipped cream pies thrown at him during a pep fest IF AND ONLY IF we reach our goal! The top pledge earner in each grade will have the honor of tossing a cream pie at Mr. Ziebol.

Why did we change the marathon amount required for Marathon? We would like to collect the required fundraising total in fall, if possible, so that we can use our read-a-thon funds for a new playground structure. The current structure is over 20 years old and we can not purchase parts anymore and it has served us well over the years. We will strat doing research for a new playground structure and begin fundraising. Our hope is that a new structure may be install next summer.

We use PledgeStar to collect Marathon pledges OR send in cash/checks

PledgeStar allows you to send emails to your family and friends and collect online donations. This is super easy to use. You can track your donations for your child on PledgeStar.
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Chess Club---DAY CHANGE

We changed the day of chess club since it was the same day as karate.

When: Wednesdays beginning Sept. 21

Where: Lunchroom

Time: 2:10-3:00 pm

Grades 3-8

Send a snack with your child

***The sign up form is posted at the bottom of the newsletter.

September--You may still order lunch for the end of the month.

October lunch menu is not ready yet. Lancer will send soon. Remember, lunches must be ordered one week in advance.
Order September lunches here

Parents have two weeks to order hot lunch. Make sure you check out when finished.

September 22 Curriculum Night, K-4

Working with your child's teachers is one of the best ways to support his/her learning. You share a common goal: Providing the best educational experience for your child. We hope that we have 100% attendance from our parents. Curriculum night is for parents only.

Kindergarten-4th Grade Curriculum Night

Teachers will present to exact presentations at 5:45-6:10 pm and 6:20-6:45 pm.

Parents are invited to curriculum night on September 19th to meet their child's teacher.

At curriculum night, you should expect:

  • teacher presentations on curriculum
  • teachers providing an outline for routines and expectations that will help students have a successful year
  • time to ask questions
  • time to network with other parents in your child's class
  • learn about the teacher's communication strategy
  • homework expectations

September 29 Family Fun for 3 and 4 PreK 5:45-6:30 pm

We want to welcome you to Sacred Heart Catholic School. We would like the preschoolers to have time to play with each other on our PreK playground and time for parents to meet each other. This is the perfect way to meet and greet each other.

***Please meet us on the PreK playground. If the weather does not cooperate, we meet in the gym.

September 29 Curriculum Night, 5-8 5:45 pm

At curriculum night, you will meet with each of your child's core teachers to learn about the curriculum, how to log in to your child's electronic device, check grades on Educate, behavior expectations, homework/projects, grading, service hours, etc.

Parents will have a chance to meet with every teacher that your child has this year.

Hiring a recess supervisor

We are looking for an adult supervisor for recess duty from either 8:55-9:30 a.m. and/or 10:45-12:15 pm.

Our teachers cover three recesses a week and they could use this time for planning and working with children.

Please contact Karen for more information.

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Fun Fest---Use this SignUp link to volunteer. Hours count toward your school volunteer hours.

School Volunteer Opportunities ready on SignUp

Our requirement is that each family volunteer at least 15-20 hours during the school year. We have many opportunities during the school day, evening or during the weekend.


Fun Fest (separate SignUp link)

Thursday Treats for staff

Gala committee-need 7 more

Art Adventure needed: K, 1,2,4,7

Marathon crossing guards

Room parents needed: 3PreK and 8th grade

School SignUp Link-

Gala Committee---We are looking for parents to help with the planning

We are looking for parents to help plan our Annual Gala tentatively scheduled for Friday, February 10th. We will gather a few times to create sub committees such as decorations, food, refreshments, silent auction, live auction, sponsorships, etc. Committees members will sign up for one of these areas. Period check-ins will occur up until the gala.

Questions: Contact Karen Bursey

Please go to SignUp to say "YES". We are excited to begin planning.

Parent Student Handbook 2022-2023

Read our school policies and procedures.

Donald's Uniform

Check out the Donald's website:

Parents may use our school code (SacredHeartSTS) and items will ship to the school for free.

All incoming 6th graders and new middle schoolers: Don't forget to order the navy full zip Rams jacket and a PE t-shirt and gym shorts. We suggest that you have your child's name embroidered on the jacket.

Do you want to volunteer in the classroom? Parents must complete the Essential 3

The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis requires the Essential 3 for volunteers who work with students in Catholic schools or parishes. All employees must also complete the Essential 3. ****Cell phones do not work well for Essential 3 and you will receive an error message. Please use a computer.

You may complete all three requirements online at
1. Log in to create your account and watch the Virtus awareness session online. Every 3 years, a new video will be assigned to your account.
2. Successfully complete a background check.
3. Sign a Code of Conduct.

****The Archdiocese requires all volunteers to renew the Essential 3 requirements every 3 years. You will receive an email message when your account is up for renewal.

Directions for new users and those that need to renew, are posted at the bottom of the newsletter.

2022-2023 School Calendar

Updated calendar.

Box Tops---Help us earn extra cash

The new and improved Box Tops mobile app uses state of the art technology to scan your store receipt. Find participating products and instantly add Box Tops to our school's earnings. We earn 10 cents for each Box Top along with Bonus points. Simply scan your receipt on your phone and Sacred Heart earns money.

Find the Box Tops for Education app and search for Sacred Heart by our zip code---55422.

Sacred Heart Catholic School Mission Statement

Sacred Heart Catholic School is committed to instilling high moral standards rooted in Catholic teachings. We are dedicated to educating the whole child through an integrated C-STEM curriculum. In collaboration with our families, parish, and local community, we maximize individual potential to ensure students are prepared to meet the challenges in the world as disciples of Jesus.