DAILY BULLETIN – Wednesday, March 11th, 2020

SACRED HEART SCHOOL

Extraordinary Catholic Education. Through Christ. For ALL.

  • Morning Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance
  • Today is the Feast Day of  St. Dominic Savio (Paisley Carl )

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Biscuits and Gravy

Sausage Patty

Hashbrown

Fruit

Chicken Crispito 

Nachos with Cheese

Broccoli

Fruit

 

  • HS Speech Team Yearbook Photo Shoot on Thursday in the Commons over lunch.
  • There will be a junior prom meeting in the ITV room today during lunch in the commons
  • Here’s a special deal for Sacred Heart High School students only:  Bring a pal, and SAVE! Buy two tickets in advance, and get a dollar off your total purchase.  The fun is always “funner” when it’s shared by two. This deal does not apply to tickets purchased at the door, so get your tickets today!!!
  • Yearbooks are on sale!
    • Grades 7 to 12th : We have only 26 yearbooks left to purchase! Get yours before it is too late!
    • Grades PK3-6th: Yearbook sales end this month! Get yours before they are gone. 
  • As part of our Lenten Almsgiving SHS will have an all-school shoe drive. Gently used or new is welcome. These will be given to our friends in Haiti. The deadline for this drive will be March 27h. Please gather these donations either in the classroom or in the commons
  • Students in grades 6 – 12:  Our 2nd annual Secondary Grandparents Day is coming up on Friday, March 27th.  This is an excellent event. Please call your grandparents and invite them to come!  Lunch is catered for this event so they must sign up ahead of time. They can sign up online or by calling the school office.  Your parents can also help get them signed up for the event.  

 

Scholar Bowl:  The Gremlin Scholars’ next competition will be in the Kaysinger Conference tournament to be held on Friday, March 27 in Stover.

 

Sports Action

 

Varsity Baseball:  The boys first game is scheduled for Monday, March 23 at 4:30pm vs the Crest Ridge Cougars at Crest Ridge.

 

Varsity Softball: The girls are co-oping with the Northwest Mustangs this year.  The first game is scheduled for Monday, March 23 at 4:30pm vs the Crest Ridge Cougars at Crest Ridge.

 

Boys Golf: The boys open the season with a quadrangular match at the Sedalia Country Club on Monday, March 23 The Tipton and Lincoln Cardinals along with the Windsor Greyhounds will join the Grems in a 4pm tee time at the Sedalia Country Club.

 

Tennis: Opening Match is set for Monday, March 23rd vs the Clinton Cardinals.  First serve is at 4pm at the Liberty Park courts.

 

High School Track:

 

JH Track:

 

Results from the Conference Science Contest

 

Junior High Division

Botany

3rd place overall – Shea Smith

 

Chemistry

3rd place overall – Sarah Hill

 

Earth Science

1st place overall – Sophie Anderson

 

Ecology

1st place overall – Luke Jenkins & Reuben Smith

 

Micro Biology

3rd place overall – Emily Hesse & Traven Wheeler

 

Physics

2nd place overall – Mariah Van Leer

 

High School Division

Botany

2nd place overall – Noe Umana

 

Chemistry

1st place overall – Kiley Beykirch

2nd place overall – Mariana Restrepo

 

Earth Science

1st place overall – Jacobo Gonzalez-Rubio

2nd place overall – Evan Spilker

 

Ecology

3rd place overall – Natalie Walker

 

Medicine & Health

2nd place overall – Dallin Chappel

3rd place overall – Maddy Hayden

 

Micro Biology

2nd place overall – Allie Ferguson

 

Physics

1st place overall – Claire Smeltzer

2nd place overall – Jordan Hill

3rd place overall – Jaden Velando

 

Overall School Winner – Tipton

Best Project in the Competition – Sophomore Claire Smeltzer

Results from Math contest

 

Top Schools:

  1. Cole Camp
  2. Stover
  3. Sacred Heart

 

Top Students:

1st Top Senior: Joseph Henke

2nd Top Junior: Megan Wingerter

 

Team Awards:

Senior Team – 3rd Place – Joseph Henke, Cody Damlo, Maddie Hayden

Freshman Team – 4th Place – Jordan Hill, Jaden Velando, Kate Carney

Mixed Team – 4th Place – Maria Mergen, Amelia Schott, Caten Lucchesi

 

Individual Awards:

Joseph Henke: 1st in Algebra, 1st in Word Problems, 1st in Trig, 1st in Hodgepodge

Cody Damlo: 1st in Exponents Logs and Complex numbers and 4th in Trig

Kelsey Hudson: 4th in Word Problems, 1st in Number and Set Theory

Megan Wingerter: 2nd in Analytical Geometry and 2nd in Hodgepodge

Amelia Schott: 5th in Number and Set Theory

Kate Carney: 1st in Manual Computation

Jordan Hill: 2nd in Geometry