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Baseball is STATE-bound (Click for more Info!)

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Sacred Heart Baseball is going to STATE!

Sacred Heart will be sending our boys baseball team to Jordan, MN to compete in the Minnesota State Tournament June 13, 14, and 20.

We invite alumni, friends, parents, and past parents to join us! If you cannot make any of the events please continue to pray for the success of the boys and for Sacred Heart School.

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HELP THE EAGLE’S GET TO STATE

  • Help offset additional costs for the Eagles’ State appearance! Make a donation here.
  • With bussing, hotel accommodations, and food for 3 days it is not cheap.  Please consider funding this trip today.  Any donation made chips away at the cost.  Thanks to all who have already donated!

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

HOTEL RESERVATIONS

  • Team Hotel - Best Western, 511 S Marschall Rd., Shakopee, MN 55379. 952-445-9779
  • Other Nearby Hotels – Country Inn and Suites (952-445-0200), Super 8 by Wyndham (952-236-1650), Hampton Inn (952-641-3600) 

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CAN’T MAKE IT TO STATE?

Here’s ways you can get in on the STATE BASEBALL FUN!

  • Follow their trip on Social Media! Get trip and game updates on Twitter (@SHSchoolEGF) or on Facebook.
  • Radio coverage will be provided by KROX and by KNOX. Both stations offer a “Listen Live” option for fans outside of the broadcast area.
Laketrails Wilderness Adventure 2019

Laketrails Wilderness Adventure 2019

Sacred Heart Students and Parents (current 6-11 graders):

Sacred Heart School is blessed to have an anonymous donor who is excited to help send up to 30 students to Laketrails Wilderness Adventure at a reduced rate of $310 (the full rate is $750). Laketrails is a Teenage Wilderness Camp on Oak Island, Minnesota, part of Lake of the Woods. The donor wishes to assist in supporting Sacred Heart students in a “growing” experience as they prepare for the 2019-20 school year. As they return to Sacred Heart they play a role in creating a nurturing community among the student body. Enrollment for the 2019 summer sessions will be limited to current sixth through eleventh graders.

Slots for this wilderness adventure will fill fast. If your child wishes to participate, there are few ways in which to register.
1. Fill out the pdf form, specific to Sacred Heart, and return it to the high school office with the $100 registration fee or payment in full of $310 (payable to Laketrails) by Wednesday, May 22.
2. OR - Fill out the pdf form, specific to Sacred Heart, and mail it to Laketrails (address provided on the form) along with the $100 registration fee or payment in full of $310 (payable to Laketrails).
3. OR – complete your registration on-line at www.laketrails.org. This process is not specific to Sacred Heart students and may appear in a different format.

Registration information will be forwarded on to Laketrails. Please note that Laketrails will facilitate all staffing and communication regarding the trip as it is not a Sacred Heart sponsored activity.

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SHS students place second in “Stock Market Game”

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Sacred Heart High School had a personal finance class team place second in the “Stock Market Game” out of 478 Minnesota teams this year.  Members of that successful team were Ivy Edwards (11th grade), Adam Sobolik (10th grade), and Harmon Swiger (10th grade). Ivy, Adam, and Harmon’s self-designated team name was “The Best.”

The Stock Market Game is a national simulation done by teams of elementary, middle, and high school students to teach the importance of investing.  The Sacred Heart students participated in the high school division.  Each team is given an imaginary $100,000 to invest in the stock market over a period of three months.  The Sacred Heart team had a remarkable return of 26% on their chosen investments during their three months.  Other Sacred Heart teams also scored high with one placing in 11th and another in 20th place.

The Stock Market Game is sponsored by the SIFMA Foundation at no cost to the students or Sacred Heart.

“The SIFMA Foundation is dedicated to fostering knowledge and understanding of the financial markets for individuals of all backgrounds. Drawing on the support and expertise of the financial industry, the SIFMA Foundation provides financial education programs and tools that strengthen economic opportunity across communities and increase individuals’ awareness of and access to the benefits of the global marketplace.”

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Sacred Heart High School Educator Named CLAES Nobel Educator of Distinction

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Mrs. Debbie Heitman was recently selected as a CLAES Nobel Educator of Distinction by The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS). Educators of Distinction are outstanding role models and exemplary practitioners who have made a lasting difference in a student’s life by encouraging them to strive for excellence, not just in their academic pursuits, but in all their endeavors. Educators of Distinction are also eligible to compete for NSHSS’ Educator of the Year award.

Heitman was nominated by Sacred Heart senior Jiejun Chen. Chen is a member of NSHSS, and says that “Mrs. Heitman loves all her students. She voluntarily stays after school almost everyday to answer any questions from students. She has a lot of patience; she is never irritable when I ask the same question over and over again. She is a skillful teacher, who can make a confusing novel interesting and easy to understand.”

Debbie Heitman graduated from the University of North Dakota and started her teaching career at Sacred Heart in 2000. Mrs. Heitman’s dedication to Sacred Heart is cemented through her faith in Jesus Christ and the passion she has from watching her students grow in their faith. All students in grades 9-12 hold Mrs. Heitman in very high regard. Some of the staples in Mrs. Heitman’s curriculum include the Freshman (demonstration speeches), the Sophomores (authoring and illustrating children’s books), the Juniors (reciting the Gettysburg address or singing Native American poetry), and Seniors (holding mock interviews, producing Beowulf films, and standing before the school community in the Senior Debate). These projects give students opportunities to shine and invest in learning as they work collaboratively, creatively, and actively.

Thank you to Mrs. Heitman for your dedication to Sacred Heart and congratulations on a well earned distinction.

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Third Quarter Honor Roll

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Sacred Heart School
2018-19 Third Quarter Honor Roll

Straight A Honor Roll

12th Grade
Jiejun Chen
Ireland Hanson
Jessica Remer
Gabriel Suda
Lily Zimprich

11th Grade
Sydney Anvinson
Macyn Bloom
Ivy Edwards
Benjamin Goetz
Mallory Howe
Maria Kroeber
Madalin Mitzel
Adam Shea
Aaron Steckman

10th Grade
Aubre Bergum
Paige Brandner
Isabella Knudson
Sydney Lloyd
Beau Votava
Dana Walski
Gabriella Zimprich

9th Grade
Andrew Cantera
Samuel Gapp
Sophia LeMire
Zachary Martin
Grace Miller
Caden Reimer
Isaac Telle
Cassidy Anderson
Alyssa Christopherson
Elizabeth Goetz
Alexander Hart
Avery Horken
Magdalene Spicer
Daniel Suda
Noah Thompson
Tara Walski
Audrey Zavoral
Abigail Zwilling

7th Grade
Emma Anvinson
Greta Bethke
Jordon Coward
Madyson Hart
Nathan Holthaus
Avalon Knudson
Dawson Rohrich
Samara Zimprich

A Honor Roll

12th Grade
Brenden Bethke
Dustin Brandner
Zyan Greer
Lily Grossbauer
Sarah Kraft
Jonathon Lee
Jacob Schepp
James Votava
John White
William White

11th Grade
Lucy Bevelacqua
James Fontaine
Chenzhu Guan
Andrew Ogaard
Grace Roberts
Kaitlyn Werner

10th Grade
Anna Bevelacqua
Cloe Hanson
Jacob Kraft
Adam Sczepanski
Gage Wavra

9th Grade
Madison Armstrong
Levi Dallum
Sophie Evavold
Gianna Hollcraft
Grace Loeslie
Kobe Tomkinson
Landon Walker
Isaac Zavoral

8th Grade
Ella Adolphson
Emma Anderson
Ethan Arntson
Kelly Baatz
Breck Bloom
Anthony Burkel
Shayleigh Hanson
Estelle Kuhlman
Larissa Osowski
Justin Schepp
Onalee Shogren
Elizabeth Siemers
Lauren Tran
Haley Vonasek
Charlotte Whiting

7th Grade
Samuel Bevelacqua
Kate Cantera
Rylee Chwialkowski
Zoe Cwikla
Carter Fagerholt
Michael Gapp
Mason Nelp
Kaven Rohrich
Joseph Stagnaro
Madison Stocker
Benjamin Wharam
Benjamin White
Lilah Zavoral
Ian Evavold

B Honor Roll

12th Grade
Emma Jordet
Evan Sczepanski

11th Grade
Katie Brindamour
John Fontaine
Naomi Lee
Eric Mykleseth
Michael Suda
Luke Thompson

10th Grade
Kyra Majors
Samuel Modeen
Dustin Ringuette
Harmon Swiger

9th Grade
Samuel Brindamour
Nicholas Brundin
Avery Harsell
Clay LaBine
Tyla O’Neil
Tucker Pederson
Cullen Rohrich
Benjamin Ross
Kaden Schauer
Madison Steckman
Grace Vonesh
Maria Wharam

8th Grade
Mantana Jorgenson

7th Grade
Hunter Bailey
Shayden Brodina
Aalliyah Griggs
James Kennelly
Marlys Kvasager
Gambit Passa
Jace Schauer
Jonathon Speicher
Oscar Stagnaro
Ryan Sullivan
Jadon Tang

SHS student Amrit Bhutani takes 1st in Regional Spelling Bee

SHS student Amrit Bhutani takes 1st in Regional Spelling Bee

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Congratulations to Sacred Heart 6th grader Amrit Bhutani who took FIRST place in the Regional Spelling Bee in Thief River Falls, on February 6th at Northland Community Technical College. By placing in the top four, Amrit will now advance to the Multi-Regional Spelling Bee in Fergus Falls on February 19, 2019. We are so proud of her and how well she has represented Sacred Heart! The Scripps National Bee will take place in Washington, D.C. during Bee Week in late May. All spellers participated in a written round in the morning with the top 21 spellers advancing to an oral round in the afternoon.

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The top four spellers advancing to the Multi-Regional State Spelling Bee on February 19 in Fergus Falls include: (from left to right) Summer Goulet, Grade 8, from Crookston School District, Amrit Bhutani, Grade 6, from Sacred Heart School, East Grand Forks; Elizabeth Gust, grade 8, from Greenbush/Middle River School District, and Sydney LaVoi, Grade 8, from Bemidji School District. They compete at the State Spelling Bee in Fergus Falls at the Lakes Country Service Cooperative on February 19th.

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Amrit, took home the school level spelling bee championship in the 13th round with the correct spelling of the word hillock, an English word meaning a small natural elevation of land of a local area. She moved into the championship one-word round after successfully spelling proboscis, a Greek to Latin word meaning, the very long, flexible snout of some mammals; especially: the trunk of an elephant. Grade level representatives that participated in the bee, held on Friday, January 25th, 2019, included 5th graders: Aryan Bhutani and Brooke Cantera, 6th graders: Amrit Bhutani and Peter Dallum, 7th graders: Maddie Hart and Mason Nelp, and 8th graders: Daniel Suda and Abigail Zwilling.

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Second Quarter Honor Roll

Straight A Honor Roll

Ireland Hanson
Sarah Kraft
Jessica Remer
Gabriel Suda
Lily Zimprich
Sydney Anvinson
Katie Brindamour
Ivy Edwards
Benjamin Goetz
Mallory Howe
Maria Kroeber
Madalin Mitzel
Aaron Steckman
Aubre Bergum
Paige Brandner
Cloe Hanson
Isabella Knudson
Sydney Lloyd
Dana Walski
Gabriella Zimprich
Gianna Hollcraft
Sophia LeMire
Zachary Martin
Grace Miller
Caden Reimer
Isaac Telle
Landon Walker
Alyssa Christopherson
Elizabeth Goetz
Avery Horken
Estelle Kuhlman
Onalee Shogren
Magdalene Spicer
Daniel Suda
Audrey Zavoral
Abigail Zwilling
Emma Anvinson
Kate Cantera
Jordon Coward
Madyson Hart
Nathan Holthaus
Avalon Knudson
Dawson Rohrich
Madison Stocker

A Honor Roll

Brenden Bethke
Dustin Brandner
Jiejun Chen
Lily Grossbauer
Emma Jordet
Jacob Schepp
Evan Sczepanski
John White
Lucy Bevelacqua
Macyn Bloom
Chenzhu Guan
Andrew Ogaard
Grace Roberts
Adam Shea
Michael Suda
Anna Bevelacqua
Jacob Kraft
Kyra Majors
Dustin Ringuette
Harmon Swiger
Beau Votava
Gage Wavra
Andrew Cantera
Levi Dallum
Sophie Evavold
Samuel Gapp
Clay LaBine
Grace Loeslie
Benjamin Ross
Madison Steckman
Kobe Tomkinson
Isaac Zavoral
Ella Adolphson
Cassidy Anderson
Emma Anderson
Ethan Arntson
Kelly Baatz
Breck Bloom
Shayleigh Hanson
Alexander Hart
Mantana Jorgenson
Justin Schepp
Noah Thompson
Lauren Tran
Haley Vonasek
Tara Walski
Charlotte Whiting
Greta Bethke
Samuel Bevelacqua
Rylee Chwialkowski
Zoe Cwikla
Carter Fagerholt
Michael Gapp
James Kennelly
Kaven Rohrich
Benjamin Wharam
Benjamin White
Lilah Zavoral
Samara Zimprich

B Honor Roll

John Bergman
Abigail Brouillard
Ian Evavold
Alexis Goetz
Zyan Greer
Jonathon Lee
III Ortiz
William Rohrich
James Votava
James Fontaine
John Fontaine
Naomi Lee
Eric Mykleseth
Kaitlyn Werner
Adam Sczepanski
Madison Armstrong
Hunter Baker
Samuel Brindamour
Nicholas Brundin
Avery Harsell
Tucker Pederson
Cullen Rohrich
Kaden Schauer
Grace Vonesh
Maria Wharam
Peter Gergen
Julia Lee
Samantha Mondry
Mark Novak
Larissa Osowski
Elizabeth Siemers
Aalliyah Griggs
Marlys Kvasager
Mason Nelp
Jace Schauer
Ryan Sullivan
Jadon Tang

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First Quarter Honor Roll

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Congratulations to our First Quarter Honor Roll students in 7-12th at SHS!

Straight A Honor Roll

12th Grade
Jiejun Chen
Jessica Remer
Gabriel Suda
Lily Zimprich

11th Grade
Sydney Anvinson
Macyn Bloom
Ivy Edwards
Benjamin Goetz
Mallory Howe
Maria Kroeber
Madalin Mitzel
Aaron Steckman

10th Grade
Aubre Bergum
Paige Brandner
Isabella Knudson
Sydney Lloyd
Dana Walski
Gabriella Zimprich

9th Grade
Gianna Hollcraft
Sophia LeMire
Zachary Martin
Isaac Telle

8th Grade
Cassidy Anderson
Breck Bloom
Alyssa Christopherson
Elizabeth Goetz
Avery Horken
Justin Schepp
Onalee Shogren
Magdalene Spicer
Noah Thompson
Lauren Tran
Haley Vonasek
Tara Walski
Audrey Zavoral
Abigail Zwilling

7th Grade
Emma Anvinson
Greta Bethke
Jordon Coward
Carter Fagerholt
Madyson Hart
James Kennelly
Avalon Knudson
Dawson Rohrich
Madison Stocker
Samara Zimprich

A Honor Roll

12th Grade
Brenden Bethke
Zyan Greer
Lily Grossbauer
Ireland Hanson
Emma Jordet
Sarah Kraft
Jonathon Lee
Oscar Ortiz III
Jacob Schepp
Evan Sczepanski
John White

11th Grade
Lucy Bevelacqua
Katie Brindamour
James Fontaine
John Fontaine
Chenzhu Guan
Andrew Ogaard
Grace Roberts
Kaitlyn Werner

10th Grade
Anna Bevelacqua
Cloe Hanson
Jacob Kraft
Kyra Majors
Adam Sczepanski
Harmon Swiger
Beau Votava

9th Grade
Madison Armstrong
Andrew Cantera
Levi Dallum
Sophie Evavold
Samuel Gapp
Victoria Keller
Clay LaBine
Grace Loeslie
Grace Miller
Caden Reimer
Cullen Rohrich
Benjamin Ross
Madison Steckman
Grace Vonesh
Landon Walker

8th Grade
Ella Adolphson
Emma Anderson
Ethan Arntson
Kelly Baatz
Anthony Burkel
Shayleigh Hanson
Alexander Hart
Estelle Kuhlman
Eli Sczepanski
Elizabeth Siemers
Daniel Suda
Charlotte Whiting

7th Grade
Samuel Bevelacqua
Kate Cantera
Rylee Chwialkowski
Zoe Cwikla
Aalliyah Griggs
Nathan Holthaus
Mason Nelp
Kaven Rohrich
Joseph Stagnaro
Benjamin Wharam
Lilah Zavoral

B Honor Roll

12th Grade
Dustin Brandner
Abigail Brouillard
Ian Evavold
Alexis Goetz
William Rohrich
William White

11th Grade
Eric Mykleseth
Adam Shea
Luke Thompson
10th Grade
Samuel Modeen
Dustin Ringuette
Gage Wavra

9th Grade
Samuel Brindamour
Nicholas Brundin
Avery Harsell
Tyla O’Neil
Tucker Pederson
Kobe Tomkinson
Maria Wharam
Isaac Zavoral

8th Grade
Peter Gergen
Mantana Jorgenson
Julia Lee
Samantha Mondry
Mark Novak
Larissa Osowski

7th Grade
Hunter Bailey
Shayden Brodina
Jade Donnell
Michael Gapp
Marlys Kvasager
Jace Schauer
Oscar Stagnaro
Jadon Tang
Isabel Vonesh
Ella Werner
Benjamin White