As they walked into the Financial Literacy class at Sacred Heart, which operates its own on-campus PJs coffee shop and is taught by local PJs franchise owner Aubry Miller, Liz and Lindsey were eager to hear the students describe their business strategy, adaptations during COVID, marketing innovations, projected profits, and lessons learned during the past year.
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Rosary Campus News
On March 17, the 60 members of the Class of 2021 were officially inducted in the Rosary Sacred Heart Alumnae Association as well as the national Associated Alumnae & Alumni of the Sacred Heart (AASH) and international alumnae association (AMASC).
The Sacred Heart Mock Trial team placed third in the state competition.
Hancock Whitney Senior Vice Presidents Tim Brennan and Liz Hefler visited the senior Economics class to provide their perspective as experienced financial professionals; address questions submitted by the class; and shed light on some of the common pitfalls and opportunities that face young professionals.
After two trials against tough competition, one of our two teams was named Region IV Runner-Up and will advance to the State Mock Trial competition on March 20 where they will face seven other teams from across the state.
Fifteen Students were inducted into National Honor Society on February 25, 2021 in a ceremony held in the Rosary Chapel and livestreamed to the parents of each inductee.
Mater Campus News
The 4th grade welcomed the opportunity to talk to the financial experts at Hancock Whitney during their financial literacy fair about the mechanics of running a profitable business and personal banking.
This week, the three-year-old students had special visitors from Hancock Whitney Bank who reinforced all of their recent classroom lessons.
Governor John Bel Edwards wanted to personally thank first grader Landry Flettrich for a card that she mailed him.
Peer relationships are still key during COVID Era learning. Since the initial COVID-19 shutdowns this past March, parents of toddlers have understandably been reticent to send their children to preschools, many opting instead to teach their tots the early basics themselves, at home
Preschool and Lower School students participated in developmentally appropriate, relevant, and engaging activities to learn more about the election process.
The 4th grade held their all Saints Procession in the Nims Center in observance of All Saints Day