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February 2017

The Cardinals' basketball team ended their season with a disappointing loss to De La Salle on February 16 to finish their season 11-14.
On February 18, five individuals from the Sacred Heart indoor track & field team tested their grit and skill against the best in the state.
Sacred Heart third and fourth grade students performed with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra during a concert held in the Nims Fine Arts Center.
Lucy Boyd '07 has always enjoyed writing and always respected and appreciated good journalism.
As part of their study of New Orleans, Little Hearts two-year-old learned about the works of Louisiana artist George Rodrigue and the Blue Dog.
Little Hearts one-year-olds class created a Mardi Gras mural by first finger painting a large roll of paper.
Second grade mathematicians explore fractions using M&M's as manipulatives.
First grade apiologists (scientists who study bees) modeled the behavior of bees as they moved pollen from flowers to the hive.
Kindergarten writers each wrote a nonfiction story that included a beginning ,middle, and end.
Bread is the hallmark image of food.
On February 8, the #3 ranked Cardinals hosted #14 West Feliciana in the regional round of the playoffs.
The varsity basketball team entered the final week of the regular season ready to defend their district title.
While a sixth grade student in Mrs. Mattesky's grammar class, Margaret Johnson '00 experienced what was something of a seminal moment for her eventual career in journalism.
For the past two years, several faculty members have represented Sacred Heart at workshops, conferences and education think-tanks focused on the implementation of Design Thinking in education.
Fourth grade engineers have been learning to draw 3D scale models.
To celebrate the 100th day of school, the prekindergarten class had a balloon drop.
Twenty juniors and seniors were inducted into the Academy of the Sacred Heart chapter of the National Honor Society on February 9.
This school year, seven seniors at Sacred Heart are lucky enough to participate in an interactive and educational course about financial concepts and entrepreneurship.
On January 31, the Sacred Heart Middle School basketball team won their first playoff game in three years.
The JV basketball team had a very successful season with much improvement seen throughout the year.
February 4 offered three Sacred Heart athletes another opportunity to compete at LSU one last time before the indoor track state championships on February 18.
The Middle School White soccer team competed in the Ivy League Tournament, demonstrating fierce courage and confidence as they worked together to achieve their common goal of earning the championship title.
On February 2, a group of juniors and seniors experienced a day in medical school.
Kay Manthey '97 lives in the Netherlands, holds a senior finance position with Royal Dutch Shell, volunteers in Shell's mentor program and is a loyal and generous donor to Sacred Heart.
Eighth grade Spanish students recently studied Mexican culture.
Fourth grade engineers worked in teams to design and construct earthquake resistant structures using the new STEAMtrax STEM kits.
In their library classes, third grade students have been learning about the geography of the world.
The Rosary is pleased to welcome exchange students from Colegio del Sagrado Corazón - Concepción, a Sacred Heart school in Chile.
Upper School Honors Physics students participated in demonstrations related to electrostatics.
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