SHS Spotlight

May 15, 2020

Last Day of School and Assessments

With the approval of the superintendent, all schools in the diocese will finish our distance learning on June 5th. This uniform ending date allows all of our teachers and schools across the diocese to collaborate on beginning preparations for next year. Also, we are able to end early due to the continuation of our curriculum from the very beginning of the school closure in March.

As noted in an email from Mrs. Miron earlier this week, our final day of classes will be on May 29. The first week of June will be utilized for assessing our students, which is a critical part of our distance learning program. While these assessments will not affect students' grades, they are necessary for us to know if there are any gaps so we can prepare to address them individually or in our classes next year.

Additional information will be forthcoming for the assessments. Whether we are able to complete them in person (in small groups with social distancing measures) or virtually through Google Meet will depend on whether or not the stay-at-home order is extended. Thank you for your patience.

Your Input Needed - One More Time!

There were two surveys included in last week's Spotlight: one in regard to distance learning and the other regarding possible afterschool programs for the 2020-2021 school year. Thank you to all who have responded already. If you did not respond yet, please do! We value your input.

Distance Learning Survey

Afterschool Program Survey

Class Photos and Yearbooks

There is still time to order class photos and yearbooks! Yearbook orders are being accepted until May 22 and can be ordered HERE. Class photo orders are being accepted until May 29, and can be ordered HERE. If you have questions, please email Mrs. Rich.

About us

Sacred Heart Catholic School integrates faith and reason to develop the whole child into a disciple of Jesus Christ, a great thinker, and a lifelong learner.