Each year our Fourth Class students create life-sized posters of people who were born in, or had an impact in, Missouri. Great job, once again, Fourth Class, on this imaginative assignment!

This beautiful quilt could be yours! Chances will be sold at the Alumni Quilt Booth at Country Fair for $1 each or $5 for six.

I’d like to share a story that filled me with pride. I hope it fills you with pride that your child is a member of this Sacred Heart school!

Last week our Seventh Class students attended their annual two-day trip to Camp Lakewood. At Lakewood the students engage in activities that develop what are referred to as the soft skills: self-awareness, resiliency, persistence, listening and team building. It is an opportunity not only for personal growth but for class community building.…click here to read more.

Our annual Fourth Class Heritage Day took place this morning. Students and their parents gathered in the White Center, where students created a Lewis and Clark timeline and performed a Lewis and Clark rap song.  Groups then fanned out to various places to draw silhouettes, make covered wagons, read favorite chapters of Lewis and Clark and Me, listen to Mrs. Matcalf read You Wouldn’t Want to be an American Pioneer!, and enjoy flapjacks and root beer courtesy of Sister Glavin and Mrs. Renken. What a fun morning! Thanks to all who took part in bringing to life the customs of long-ago.