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September 2017

The varsity and JV posted double victories against De La Salle on September 12.
With a 38-degree warmer difference in real feel temperatures, Coach Greg Caro warned and prepared his runners about the importance of proper hydration.
The swim team finished second last week at the UNO meet right behind E.D. White.
First grade students have been creating eBooks using the iPads in the Tech Café.
As the Little Hearts two-year-olds learn about weather, they have been observing the changing outdoor temperatures when out on the playground.
Second grade mathematicians have been exploring place-value concepts.
Little Hearts two-year-olds have been celebrating the waning days of summer with a popsicle center.
As part of a study of vertebrates and adaptations, first grade scientists have been investigating bird beaks.
As part of their "Under the Sea" unit of study, Little Hearts three-year-olds have been exploring the sticky, slippery texture of finger paint to create the deep blue sea.
The first grade classes have been learning several different methods to read with a partner.
Little Hearts three-year-olds have been learning about farm animals in their Spanish classes.
In religion, the two-year-olds learned that each child is special because she was made by God.
Eighth grade scientists have been utilizing Tinkercad as a means to deepen their understanding of the relationship between mass, volume, and density.
Sixth grade students have been using Makey Makey to create interactive devices out of anything conductive.
The 7th/8th grade Red volleyball team started off the season with a strong match against Ursuline's 8th grade team.
The JV and varsity volleyball teams had two competitive matches at Ursuline Academy on September 6.
At the 2017 Episcopal Round Table Run in Baton Rouge at Highland Road Park, the members of the cross country team took full advantage of the cooler weather.
The senior and freshmen classes at the Academy of the Sacred Heart showed their creativity and school spirit while building community during their annual "Freshman Welcome Week," which took place from September 5-8.
On September 8, the Academy of the Sacred Heart, in partnership with Octavia Books, hosted an evening featuring the winners of the 2017 Pinckley Prizes for Crime Fiction.
All hands were on deck as the Academy of the Sacred Heart community came together to support those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
As part of music class, fourth grade students danced to the traditional Gaelic hymn, Chuaigh me féin.
Kindergarten mathematicians made pictographs to chart the number of birthdays each month.
Prekindergarten students constructed a homemade board game.
Little Hearts two-year-olds have been strengthening their gross motor skills in P.E.
Little Hearts two-year-olds have been enjoying their time in religion as they pray and play.
After severe weather from Hurricane Harvey postponed last week's matches vs. Chapelle, the Cardinals officially opened the season last weekend by hosting their annual Stanley W. Ray Jr. Volleyball Tournament.
The swim team started off their season very strong on August 30 with a victory.
The Little Hearts students attend a variety of enrichment classes to enhance their classroom curriculum.
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