Parents, don’t forget that the Mothers’ Club is having a Gently Worn Uniform Sale July 14–16. You’ll find lots to choose from, both boys’ and girls’ uniforms in all sizes. The sale will take place on the first floor of the Regis building from 5–7 p.m. on Thursday (July 14) and 8 a.m. til noon on both Friday and Saturday (July 15 and 16). For more information, contact Mothers’ Club President Liz Lozano.
The Academy 6th Class Girls golf team placed 3rd in the CYC League Team Championship on Saturday, June 18, playing against teams from West County, St. Charles County and South Central County. Congratulations to participants Paige W. (4th Class), Emma W. (4th), Tori F. (6th), Molly K. (6th), Faith K. (6th), Astrid S. (6th), Leah H. (St. Charles Borromeo) and Kylie B. (St. Charles Borromeo).
Congratulations to Tori, who placed 3rd in the CYC City/County Individual Championship on Sunday, June 26.
The girls had a great season! Special thanks to Brett Felton for both coaching and managing the team. [Absent from the photo are Faith and Molly.]
A lovely evening was enjoyed by many alumni returning to ASH for Congé Reunion on Saturday, June 11. We welcomed in a special way members from the Honor Classes of 1956, 1961, 1966, 1976 and 1996. Congratulations to Diane Carroll Boerding ’76, recipient of the 2016 Rose Philippine Duchesne Award. (Due to illness, her daughter Gretta ’08 accepted the award on her behalf. ) [Remarks]
The Showtime performing arts troupe put on a colorful show at the end of their three-week summer camp. Going Bananas was written, staged, choreographed and performed by camp participants in Classes 2–8. What a fun experience and production! Thanks to Laurie Strickland, director.
This week we welcome campers to Just Imagine!, a creative play camp with daily themes for children entering Pre-Primary and Primary.
There are three other summer camps offered in July:
Sacred Heart educators from around the country will convene in St. Charles June 20–25 for two Network of Sacred Heart Schools conferences. The first half of the week will be a chance for Administrative teams and Heads of School from the 24 Network schools in the U.S. and Canada to come together in the spirit of Sacred Heart education. The second conference, Roots That Give Us Wings, describes Sacred Heart history, education, values, and traditions for educators desiring to make a difference through Sacred Heart education. Initially for new Sacred Heart employees, Roots has grown into a historical and reflective journey for those in Sacred Heart education, including Boards of Trustees, staff and faculty.