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Principal Letter 10/24/19
Principal Letter 10/24/19
Brock Carpenter
Thursday, October 24, 2019

October SLE – Appreciation for self, others, and the world:  Go and show love to everyone, because your life is a precious mission: it is not a burden to be borne, but a gift to offer.  Pope Francis  

Dear Parents,

Last week was the end of the first quarter.  Students started this second quarter with a fresh slate this week.  On Monday morning, we talked about reviewing our personal goals for this school year and recommitting ourselves to seeing those goals through.  We have such dedicated and motivated students at this school, and the support they get at home is so important!  I encourage you all to talk to your children about what they hope to accomplish in these next three quarters of the school year.

We hope to see all of you at Parent Teacher Conferences today and tomorrow!  Teachers have much to share with you about this first quarter of school.  They will also be handing out report cards and our fall test results.  We will see you soon!

Our annual Halloween Carnival was this past Saturday.  What a fun event!  It was so nice to see our students, families, and friends having a great time at the Carnival.  I want to thank all of our parents and volunteers who work so hard to put on the Carnival.  We could not do it without the incredible support from our community!  Thank you all! 

We had so much fun on Tuesday, as our students got to “Color Bomb” our staff & Fr. Rob!  This was our way of saying THANK YOU to our students for working so hard and raising an amazing $40,000 for Jog-R-Walk!  I hope your students had fun, and didn’t come home too messy!  I’m still digging orange and purple powder out of my ears!

We will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week next week.  This is a week full of lessons about making healthy choices, and avoiding the dangers associated with alcohol and drug use.  Student Council has been busy preparing a fun and educational week for our Sacred Heart Students.  There are dress up days throughout the week, please see the newsletter for more information.

We will be celebrating All Saints Day next Friday, with our school Mass that morning.

There is no school tomorrow.

Have a great weekend!

In Christ,

Brock Carpenter