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May 2017

The eighth grade is moving on up to Upper School!
Graduation week festivities kicked off on May 22 with Baccalaureate Mass, where guest speaker Colleen Faherty Stephens '90 offered words of wisdom to the Class of 2017.
Kindergarten and fourth grade students participated in the annual "Passing of the Plaid" held in the Nims Fine Arts Center on May 19.
For their last class in Group Guidance (GG), fourth graders were tasked with writing one memory they would keep in their heart from their classes at the Mater Campus. Each student worked on her own to design her heart and note her thoughts.
Second grade students celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving on May 17 to commemorate receiving the sacrament of First Communion.
Fourth graders recently participated in Heritage Day as a culmination to the social studies program and their study of immigration.
On May 11, student athletes came together to celebrate a great year in Sacred Heart athletics during the annual Athletics Awards Reception presented by the Sacred Heart Booster Club and sponsored by Tulane Health System.
Sacred Heart is pleased to announce that Raquel Bueno will serve as the varsity soccer Head Coach for the 2017-2018 season.
Two Upper School students from the Academy of the Sacred Heart were recently recognized as the recipients of the Citizenship Award.
On May 6, three athletes set out to prove to the fans and spectators that the state championship meet is defined more by the quality of athlete than the quantity a team qualifies.
The golf team traveled to Youngsville on May 7 on the quest to bring home some more hardware from the state tournament.
The first grade class enjoyed a field trip to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
Sixth grade students were formally recognized for completing the IBERIABANK Financial Scholars Program, an online program powered by EverFi that provides financial literacy education.
The Class of 2017 is college bound and ready to change the world!
The Sacred Heart golf team traveled to Zachary, Louisiana, on April 24 to participate in the regional qualifier golf tournament.
At the beginning of last week, the state qualifiers of the tennis team traveled to Monore to compete in the state tournament.
On April 26, the track & field team traveled to Jewel Sumner High School in Kentwood to test their skills against some of the best in the state in order to try and qualify for the state championships.
Middle School Division Head Laurie Friedrichs was recently featured in New Orleans CityBusiness' "Ones to Watch in Education."
Three eighth grade students will represent Sacred Heart in the national competition of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) poster contest.
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