DAILY BULLETIN: Tuesday, January 24th, 2023



Extraordinary Catholic Education. Through Christ. For ALL!

Today is Tuesday, January 24th, 2023


  • Today is the Feast day of St. Francis de Sales.  St Francis is the patron saint of authors, writers and journalists.
  • Morning Prayer 


The Prayer of St. Francis de Sales

Be at peace.  Do not look forward in fear to the changes of life; rather look to them with full hope as they arise.  God, whose very own you are, will deliver you.

Do not fear what may happen tomorrow; the same everlasting Father who cares for you today

will take care of you then and every day.  He will either shield you from suffering, or give you unfailing strength to bear it.  Be at peace, and put aside all anxious thoughts and imagination.  Be strong and believe.  AMEN


  • Pledge of Allegiance


Today’s Menu Tomorrow’s Menu
  • Fish Sticks
  • BBQ Baked Beans
  • Pickle Spear
  • Fruit and Milk
  • Chili
  • Carrots and Celery
  • Cornbread
  • Fruit and Milk
  • The Gremlin Student Store and Cafe are open every day after school. We have lots of prime drinks in stock. Special deal for January: get a bag of chips and capri sun for only $1.50.  We also have Christmas ornaments and 2022 district basketball shirts on sale for $5. Please stop by today to see Sophia and Kate.
  • The dress up theme for tomorrow night’s game is USA. All students are encouraged to participate. The Gremlin Student Store will also be open say hi to Lexi and Luke. 
  • Pep band members need to be at school at 5:00pm for tonight’s games. Have your instrument & music and be in your pep band seat ready to PLAY at 5:15! 
  • Jostens Photo Contest is now happening! Win up to $1000 and a DSL camera. Anyone 13 or older is encouraged to submit their photos. See the pink signs around school or talk to Mrs. Howell. All entries are due by March 1. 
  • Yearbook staff will meet with Jostens today during homeroom in Mrs. Howell’s room.
  • Congratulations to Mia Cox and James Jarvis for earning her multiplication license in Mrs. Walker’s class by saying her facts to 12!  Great job, we’re so proud of you!
  • Congratulations to Evelin Caraveo-Dominguez for reciting all the multiplication facts from 0-12 to Mrs. Williams’ entire 3rd grade class.  Way to go Evelin.  We are so proud of you!
  • All 8th grade girls and 7th grade boys that made ceramic pieces go to Ms. Nehring’s room during homeroom today and tomorrow to glaze. 
  • Knights of Columbus Council #831 to Sponsor Free Throw Contest. All boys and girls ages 9 to 14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the 2023 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship.  Trophies are awarded in all 12 divisions (9 year old boys through 14 year old boys and 9 year old girls through 14 year old girls). This contest is free of charge.  The local competition will be held on Sunday, January 29th beginning at 1:00 PM in the McGremlin gym.  This is a kick off event to Catholic Schools Week 2023 at Sacred Heart Catholic School.  The K of C Free Throw Championships is sponsored annually with winners progressing through local, district and state competition. 




Winter Sports Action:

Varsity/JV Boys Basketball (10-6, 3-3,  JV 5-6) – The SH varsity boys play tonight at home vs the Stover Bulldogs.  JV plays a 2 quarter game beginning at 4:30, followed by varsity girls and varsity boys.


Varsity/JV Girls Basketball (12-5, 3-1) – The Sacred Heart girls next action is also tonight at home vs Stover. 


Varsity Girls Swimming – The Girls swim team competes Wednesday at SCCCI.


JH Boys Basketball (8-3, 4-2) (“B” 7-1, 5-1) – The Sacred Heart Junior High boys kept their winning streak alive with a 35-18 win over the Stover Bulldogs last night in Stover.  The “B” team improved their record to 7-1winning 19-6 in a 2 quarter game.  The JH Grems play again Thursday on the road in Smithton.  Girls action tips off at 5:30pm.  


JH Girls Basketball (6-3, 4-1) – The Sacred Heart Junior High girls won a thrilling 18-17 barn burner last night in Stover.  They also play on the road Thursday in Smithton.