DAILY BULLETIN: Thursday, August 27th, 2020


Extraordinary Catholic Education. Through Christ. For ALL.


  • Morning Prayer

Our special prayer intention today is for a blessing of good health this school year, physical, mental and spiritual. 

  • Today is the Feast Day of Saint Monica
  • Pledge of Allegiance


8.27.20 8.28.20
Hot Ham and Cheese



Pasta Salad


Chicken Fried Steak 

Mashed Potatoes and Gravy 

Green Beans 



  • Special Welcome to all of our new students, faculty, and staff.  We are so happy that you are part of our school this year!
  • Our first school Mass of the year will be on Friday at 8:30in the SH Chapel.  All students in grades 3 – 12 will attend.
  • Fall Sports Pictures will be in the McGremlin Gym right after school today
  • Sophomores interested in running for a class office need to sign up on the sheet outside of Ms. McMullin’s door.  The deadline to sign up is next Tuesday by noon!!


Sports Action


High School Volleyball: The varsity and JV girls open the season Monday, August 31 on the road vs. the Marshall Owls.  JV first serve is at 5pm.


Junior High Volleyball: The JH girls open the season on Tuesday, Sept. 15 at home vs the Otterville Eagles.  First serve is at 5:30pm in the Hoying Gym.


High School Soccer: The varsity boys play in the Smith-Cotton Invite this weekend.  First round action is Friday night @ Susie Ditzfeld Soccer Park vs  Willard High School.  Kickoff is at 5:30.


Junior High Soccer: The JH soccer team opens the season on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at home vs Buecker Middle School from Marshall.  Game time is 5:00pm at Clover Dell Soccer Park.


High School Girls Golf: The girls open the season tomorrow at the Warrensburg Tournament.  Tee time is 9am.


High School Football: The varsity football team’s first game is Friday night vs The Braymer Bearcats.  Kickoff is at 7pm in Hughesville.


Junior High Football: The JH football team opens the season on Monday, Sept. 14 on the road vs the Wellington Napoleon Tigers.  Game time is 5pm.




Gracious God, we come to you at the beginning of this academic year with our many feelings, expectations, fears and hopes.  Help us to remember, however, we have the comforting

assurance from you: “I will always be with you.”


Loving God, for all of us this is a time of transition. It is transition from the work and leisure of summer back to the classroom.  It is transition from time spent with family and friends.  Give us patience with ourselves as we transition as well as patience with one another.


Faithful God, this beginning is totally new for some among us. Turn the sadness of leaving families to openness to new friends and opportunities. Turn the anxiety about academics to a quiet confidence in the way you have blessed us in the past.  Give us a new perspective to see persons, events, and academic work as an invitation to develop the many gifts you have given us to be used in service for others.


Creator God, some in our community are moving into their last year at Sacred Heart. Bless them with your gifts of awe and wonder at the friends they have made, the way their minds and hearts have been changed, and the many opportunities that lie ahead. Give them the gift of discernment to make the right choices about the future.


Finally, God, give to each member of the Sacred Heart Family the seven gifts of the Spirit: wisdom, understanding, right judgment, courage, knowledge, reverence, and awe and wonder.