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March 2017

Middle School track & field had a great first meet at Jefferson Playground.
On March 22, the golf team traveled to Timberlane golf club to take on Dominican.
The tennis team took on Mount Carmel and Newman last week.
With eight states and close to 2,000 athletes represented at the 25th All State Sugar Bowl Track & Field meet at Tad Gormley Stadium, the level of competition was sure to be the best the Cardinals had faced thus far.
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The fourth grade classes recently attended a field trip, the Science of Sport, in partnership with the Sun Belt Conference.
Second grade botanists investigated the parts of a plant.
Students in Lower, Middle, and Upper School recently visited a mobile classroom to learn about zSpace 3D computers.
Sacred Heart eighth grader Cassidy Lambert was recently recognized for her accomplishments in golf by Path to Excellence, a special section of New Orleans CityBusiness magazine.
Freshmen recently completed their "Cultures Around the Fountain" projects as part of their World Geography course.
Sacred Heart alumna Laura Bruce '16, a freshman swimmer at Washington and Lee University, recently qualified and competed at the NCAA Division III Swimming Championships.
Sophomore forward/midfielder Addie Roemershauser was selected to the 2016-2017 NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune All-Metro Girls Soccer Team.
The Division II District 9 All-District basketball team was announced, and several Cardinals were honored.
Last week when the Division III District 5 All-District team was announced, the Cardinals were mentioned multiple times.
With six weeks of training on their arms and legs, the track & field team headed to E.D. White in Thibodaux on March 17 to test out their progress in their first meet of the season.
The golf team kicked off their season with two victories on their quest to a state title in May.
World-renowned ethologist and conservationist, Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace, visited Sacred Heart on March 16.
When the apostles return from their first mission, exhausted from their efforts and sought out by great number of people, Jesus tells them, "Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest for a while" (Mark 6:31)
On March 8, members of the Class of 2017 were officially inducted into the Rosary Sacred Heart Alumnae Association.
Prekindergarten students initiated a Network exchange with Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York City (91st Street).
In writing workshop, first grade writing partners have been working together to edit their nonfiction chapter books.
Seniors Catherine Crocker and Jane Dugal, along with Coach Tooraj Badie, represented Sacred Heart as members of the East All-Star squad.
On March 4, senior Kyle Maher was recognized as a member of the LHSAA All-Academic Composite Team for basketball.
Yes, the cacophony of marching, music, and Mardi Gras mayhem has ended for another year. With its ending, many of us have segued into the season of Lent signed with ashes across our foreheads.
Sacred Heart junior Madison Milano's watercolor is currently being shown at the Eight District Police Station in the French Quarter.
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