DAILY BULLETIN: Wednesday, September 9th, 2020

SACRED HEART SCHOOL

Extraordinary Catholic Education. Through Christ. For ALL.

  • Today is the Feast Day of St. Peter Claver
  • Morning Prayer

As St. Peter Claver is the Patron saint of African Americans and interracial justice, our special prayer intention today is for harmony among people of all races in our country and in our world

  • Pledge of Allegiance

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Tater tot casserole

Peas

fruit

Hot dog on a bun

BBQ Baked beans

Tater Tots

Fruit

National Hot dog Day

 

Announcements:

  • Any high school girls planning to do Gremlin girls need to please see Mrs. McDonald by Monday, September 12

 

 

Sports Action

 

High School Volleyball: Varsity (3-0, 0-0) JV (1-1, 0-0) The girls beat the Bunceton Dragons on the road last night in Bunceton by a score of 25-3, 25-19, 25-8.  Their next match is TONIGHT in the home opener vs Sweet Springs.  JV starts at 5:30.  This will be a senior night with festivities to be held between the varsity and JV games.

 

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

 

High School Soccer: (0-3, 0-0) The varsity boys next action is this evening in Columbia vs Fr. Tolton.

 

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 were rained out in California last night.  Their next match is this afternoon as they travel to Cole Camp. Tee time is 4pm. 

 

High School Football: The varsity football team (1-1, 0-0) will travel to Concordia this Friday night to take on the St. Pauls Lutheran Saints.  Kickoff is at 7pm.

 

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.

Today’s Prayer

 

Father,

Bless us as we strive to find our way to true racial reconciliation in our country.

Open our eyes to all that goes on around us that might contribute to racial injustice.

Grant us the knowledge to understand all that we do, both personally and as a society, which prevents us from recognizing and defending the dignity of all people.

Grant us the grace to reflect on our own actions and inactions that contribute to any pain that might be caused.

And grant us the strength to take action to alleviate this pain and to end racial injustice in all its forms.  AMEN