School News for Friday, November 10th, 2017

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Parent Notes & Reminders

On Monday, November 13th, students in grades 6-12th will be attending the presentation by Holocaust survivor, Marion Blumenthal Lazan. Permission forms were sent home and do need to be returned for a student to be able to attend. Additional forms are available in the school office.

 

Tuesday, November 14th, the Student Council will host a Sweat Pants Day Fundraiser for grades 4-12th. It is $2.00 to wear sweat pants that day.

 

Parent Teacher Conferences for grades 1-12 will be on November 14th and November 16th. Information was sent home with elementary students regarding the appointment time. High School parents can drop in either night to visit with teachers about their child from 4:00-7:00 p.m.

 

Parents are reminded that there is no school starting on Wednesday, November 22nd. School will resume on Monday, November 27th. The 22nd is a teacher conference trade day.

From the Advancement Office

Parents of Students (5th to 8th Graders):

 

As a part of Commitment Sunday, we are asking for help at all the masses (Nov. 11-12) to distribute and collect Commitment Cards. We would like four students in grades 5th through 8th to assist at each mass with this process.  The children should go to the back of the church at the beginning of the homily. Msgr. Mike will communicate that “each household should have received a Commitment Card this past week. If you do not have the Commitment Card with you, please hold up your hand and a card will be handed to you.”   The student volunteers will hand out the cards to those who need one and after five minutes or so, the students will pick up the cards. Hospitality volunteers will help with instructions. Please sign up at: http://signup.com/go/KofhMzF

 
 

Students of the Month

 

Sacred Heart School recognized their students of the month for September and October after this morning's high school Mass. Students selected are those that exemplify themselves as living the school’s Mission and Philosophy. Nominees are followers of Christ while being educated to be purposeful thinkers, effective communicators, self-directed learners, productive group participants and citizens who are responsible and responsive to the needs of society and our student body.

 

September Student of the Month: Will Rohrich, Aaron Steckman, and Breck Bloom.

September 7-8th nominees were Breck Bloom, Cullen Rohrich, Lauren Tran, Grace Miller, Madison Armstrong, and Justin Schepp. 9-10th nominees were Aaron Steckman, Gage Wavra, Sydney Anvinson, Harrison Punton, Dustin Ringuette, Gabby Zimprich, and Macyn Bloom. 11-12th nominees were Lauryn Larson, Brenden Bethke, Kloe Wavra, Will Rohrich, Jade Zimprich, Gabe Suda, and Tanner Brudin.

 

October students of the month: Gage Wavra, Kloe Wavra, and Avery Horken. October 7-8th nominees were Bradin Welsh, Madaline Stangl, Avery Horken, and Mantana Jorgenson. 9-10th nominees were Macyn Bloom, Jacob Kraft, Andrew Ogaard, Mallory Howe, and Gage Wavra. 11-12th nominees were Kloe Wavra, Gabe Suda, Will Rohrich, Spenser Evans, Jessica Remer.

 
Grandparents Day at SHS
 


Grandparents Day is a day students are invited to bring their grandparents to school during set times on Friday, November 17th, 2017.

Preschool will have different days:

  • Little Saints November 15th
  • Little Angels November 16th

Mishaps, pinkeye, inciting World War III -- these are only a few of the many things that can go wrong during the production of a play. Plan to attend Sacred Heart's fall comedy performance full of the horrors and hardships that befall those who feel the call of the stage. In a series of hilarious examples, this play proves that drama can be a very dangerous thing and it must be avoided at all costs. 

 

Fall Drama At SHS

 

Save the date and plan to attend Sacred Heart's fall comedy, 30 REASONS NOT TO BE IN A PLAY. The production is put on by students in grades 7-12th.

 

30 Reasons not to be in a Play

November 17th & 18th at 7:00 p.m.

November 19th at 2:00 p.m.

 

Tickets will be available at the door.

 
 

Activities & Athletics Update

 

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Youth Basketball Information

Get your child in grades 3-6th signed up for youth basketball! More information is available HERE.

 

Girls Basketball starts November 13th

Boys Basketball starts November 20th

 

For questions on athletics contact Blake Karas at bkaras@sacredheartegf.net.

 

2017-18 Archery Information

  • Oganizational meeting for the upcoming season is Monday, November 13, 2017, at 7 pm in the high school commons.
  • Registration Form HERE.
  • The Archery Club is open to all students 4th-12th.
  • The Archery Club expands the archery program offered in PE class and gives students an opportunity to compete in local and state archery competitions both individually and as a team.
  • Archery is a great life sport for both boys and girls and can be fun for anyone with a little instruction.
  • If you have any questions contact Wayne Pietruszewski at 701-739-4100 or waynep@oppconstruction.com

PCW Thunder Football 2017 Banquet

Monday, November 13th

Sacred Heart Social Hall (door #1)

 

6:30 pm - Meal

7:00 pm - Program

 

The meal is free for athletes, coaches, and spouses of coaches. Parents and additional guest meals are $5. To ensure proper amounts of food are ordered; athletes, coaches, and guests are asked to RSVP FOR THEIR FREE MEALS or PURCHASE TICKETS IN ADVANCE ONLINE HERE.

 

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Fall Book Fair at SHS   Additional Notes:
 

Sacred Heart School will be having its Fall Book Fair from Nov. 13-16 AND Nov. 20-21. That’s right, the book fair will be open for 2 ADDITIONAL DAYS! If you are going to see relatives over the Thanksgiving holidays, stop in and shop for gifts you can bring along to store for Christmas or to keep your children occupied while traveling “over the hills and through the woods” to Grandma’s house or anywhere else you’re going!

Book Fair times: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Nov. 13, 15, 20-21 and 8 a.m.-8 p.m. on Nov. 14 & 16. Nov. 17 we will be open for Grandparents Day in the afternoon until 3 p.m. that day only!

 

If you can’t stop by in person, shop online! From Nov. 5 through Nov. 18, you can shop ONLINE HERE and your orders will come to the school for FREE SHIPPING! Ms. Dempsey is pretty good at keeping secrets, so if you wish to buy something for Christmas or a birthday without little eyes around, this is the answer for you!

 

We hope you can come and shop! 25% of the proceeds come back to Sacred Heart so Ms. Dempsey can purchase books for the students. Yay students!

 

Also, we are doing a “All for Books” collection for Red Lake Mission School. Donate $1 or any change you have and all monies collected will be used to by new books for the students at the school from the book fair! Plus Scholastic will match our donation to give books to needy children through such groups as Kids in Need Foundation, Reader to Reader Inc., and the National Center for Families Learning.

 

Support Sacred Heart through SCRIP purchases!

 

WHAT IS SCRIP?

SCRIP are Gift Cards. Sacred Heart buys Gift Cards through a partnership at a discounted rate then sells the Gift Cards at face value. Sacred Heart receives the difference as profit.

 

WHERE CAN I BUY SCRIP?

  • Parish Office M-F 8:00 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
  • After weekend Masses.
  • At the Elementary Door M-F 3:15 p.m.—3:45 p.m.

Why buy SCRIP? Each gift card purchased through us carries an associated “contribution” to Sacred Heart of 2-15% or more!

 

MORE INFORMATION HERE

 

Don't Miss It!

 

Friday, November 10th

• Preschool Parent Teacher Conferences (all day)

• NO PRAISE & WORSHIP -> Rescheduled to 11/17 for Grandparents Day

Monday, November 13th

• Girls Basketball Begins

• Grades 6-12th attending presentation by Marion Blumenthal Lazan

• 6:30pm Football Banquet (buy tickets HERE) (Social Hall)

• 7:00pm Archery grades 4-12th organizational meeting (HS Commons)

Tuesday, November 14th

• Parent Teacher Conferences for grades 1-12

Wednesday, November 15th

• Little Saints Grandparents Day

• Student Council is at the Student Council Summit in TRF

• 6:00pm Religious Education Classes

Thursday, November 16th

• Parent Teacher Conferences for grades 1-12

• Little Angels Grandparents Day

• 8:30am Elementary Mass (Church)

Friday, November 17th

• K-12 Grandparents day at SHS (see information above)

• 8:30am HS Mass (Church)

• 2:50pm Praise & Worship (Church)

• 7:00pm Fall Drama Production, 30 Reasons Not to Be in a Play