Paw Prints

1-10-22

Theme: Who Do You Say that I am

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From the Principal's Desk

Dear Sacred Heart Families,


We are getting back into the swing of things and it has been wonderful speaking with the students about their Christmas Break.


This is the last week of the quarter so I ask that you review Gradelock. If you have any questions please contact your child's teacher if you have any questions. Use this link to access Gradelock. https://parentaccess.gradelock.com/Account/Pick.aspx


With the recent changes to the isolation and quarantine procedures as well as the significant rise in cases we have included clarifying information below. Parents should take a few moments to review this information.


As we finalize plans for our Catholic Schools Week celebration at the end of the month I wanted to announce a CHANGE TO OUR SCHOOL CALENDAR. As a special thank you to our incredibly hard working teachers we would like to honor and thank them with a day off. There will be no school on Friday, February 4th. More information related to Catholic Schools Week will be sent home soon.



I wish you a wonderful week!


In Christ,


Mr. C

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Last Week's Challenge

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This Week's Challenge

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New Student Referral Program

We have a wonderful program here at Sacred Heart that allows current families to receive a tuition credit for referring a new family to the school. You our current families are our best recruiting tool.

We ask that you share what you love about Sacred Heart and encourage family friends and co-workers to consider our special school for their own children. In the course of you discussions, if you believe that another family is interested please complete the attached form and return it to the school office PRIOR to the new/prospective family contacting us. This is an essential part of the tuition credit program.


Again in order to receive the tuition referral credit you, as a current family, must submit the referral form PRIOR to the new family making contact.

If you have any questions please contact the school or parish office.

Click below to download the Referral Form

WADSWORTH CITY SCHOOLS BUS FAMILIES


Wadsworth City Schools are not in session January 14th . Therefore, on the 14th they will not be running the normal bus routes. Please let Wadsworth Transportation know by Monday, Jan10th if you need transportation on Friday the 14th. They will write a route for those students and will contact parents who request transportation by Jan.13th with the route including pick up and drop off times.

Contact Jessy Widmer, Transportation Director at:

jwidmer@wadsworthschools.org

330-335-1328

Thank you from Girls on the Run

Dear Superstar Donors!


Because of your generous donations, girls in our community are feeling resilient, connected and strong thanks to their participation in Girls on the Run! By giving girls the opportunity to join Girls on the Run, you have inspired them to nurture their minds, bodies and spirits, and have empowered them to unleash their limitless potential.

Thanks to each of you, the Girls on the Run Northeast Ohio Board of Directors was able to raise over $30,000! These funds will be used to inspire girls to be confident, build their resiliency, and encourage them to connect and develop friendships through their participation in Girls on the Run.

Thank you for believing that every girl is inherently full of power and potential.


Thank you for empowering girls to be leaders of their lives, with the ability to truly change the world.


We cannot thank you enough for supporting Girls on the Run in 2021. With you supporting our girls, we look forward to everything ahead in 2022.

With gratitude,

Patricia Easton

Girls on the Run Northeast Ohio Board President


SACRED HEART RAISED - $302.00 which was doubled making our donation $604.00! Thank you SHS families.

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CALENDAR CHANGE - NO SCHOOL FEBRUARY 4th

Monthly Calendar

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* Note Re-Registration starting for all families January 18th

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COVID-19 Updates

Our current school COVID-19 numbers are listed below.

Letter from the Medina County Health Director

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School Notification of Close/Direct Contact

If your child is identified as a close/direct contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 you will be notified either by phone or by email.

Clarification on testing and quarantine

Should a student test positive for COVID-19 their testing day is recorded as day 0. Day one begins the day after testing.


Quarantine and Isolation Summaries


Scenario 1 - A student tests positive for COVID-19.

  • The student will isolate at home regardless of vaccination status

  • IF the student has a fever or other symptoms that are NOT IMPROVING by day 6 REMAIN HOME until fever is gone and symptoms improve. Upon returning to school wear a mask through day 10 from a positive test result.

  • IF the student DOES NOT have a fever and symptoms have improved they may return to school wearing a mask through day 10 from a positive test result.


Scenario 2 - A student is a close/direct contact (less than six feet for more than 15 minutes) of a COVID positive individual OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL.

  • The student is vaccinated

    • They may remain IN SCHOOL during their quarantine IF they choose to mask.If the student does not mask they will remain out of school for the period of 10 days and absent work will be sent home.

    • They must test negative on day 5 if testing is available. If testing is not available they may return and monitor for symptoms.

  • The student is unvaccinated

    • They will remain AT HOME during the first 5 days of their quarantine.

    • They must test on day 5 if testing is available. If testing is not available they may return and monitor for symptoms.

    • If negative the student may RETURN TO SCHOOL provided they mask for the remaining 5 days of their quarantine. If the student does not mask they will remain out of school for the period of 10 days and absent work will be sent home.


Scenario 3 - A student is a close/direct contact (less than six feet for more than 15 minutes) of a COVID positive individual AT SCHOOL.

  • Direct contacts, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom environment if they do the following:

    • Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

    • Self-monitor, or parent-monitor, for symptoms of COVID-19.

    • Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms associated with COVID-19 (regardless of level of severity).

    • Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended. If the student tests negative masking is required for a full 7 days and can be removed thereafter.

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