Principal's Blue &  Gold Letter
School Events

Tuesday, January 5
PTSA Meeting  6:30PM

Wednesday, January 6
School Mass  8AM

Saturday, January 9
Speech Critics Training 9AM
Safe Environment Training 11:30AM
Tuesday, January 12
Spirit Night - Mici Finecrafted Italian
Monday, January 18
Martin Luther King Day 
No School
Tuesday, January 19
Mandatory Confirmation Parents Meeting

Thursday, Jan. 28
Student Led Conferences

Friday, January 29
Staff Development 
No School

Sunday, January 31
Pancake Breakfast 10AM-12PM

Sunday, Jan. 31 - Saturday, Feb. 6
Catholic Schools Week

Dear Parents,

Happy New Year to all of you!  I hope the Lord blesses you and your family abundantly in 2016!  I hope you and yours had a wonderful Christmas and enjoyed family and friends during the break!  It is hard to believe that it is now January and we are approximately half way through the school year!

An interesting fact about American culture is that January is the month that folks traditionally set New Year's Resolutions.  The western tradition typically calls for people to engage in some sort of self-improvement measure.  We all think about what we want to do for our personal resolutions, but we typically don't think about it in terms of what we want our children to do.
As far as asking our BSCS students what they want to do to self-improve for school, I would offer that we don't ask them to add anything else to what they already do.  We have a robust weekly goal setting initiative that takes place every Monday in home room.  I'm sure you are very familiar with this!  Students set weekly faith, academic, and service goals. Let's ensure that:
  • The goals they are setting are wholesome and attainable;
  • Teachers and parents are reviewing them throughout the week;
  • Final review for meeting the goal on Fridays.
As we look forward to BSCS during 2016, I submit that we continue to celebrate the things that we do to promote the healthy habits of mind that have been established.  Today's hard work is tomorrow's success!  On be half of the faculty and staff of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, I would like to say that we thoroughly enjoy your children, feel blessed to have them enrolled here, and are marveled by their interest in learning and achieving!

Happy New Year,

O sacred and adorable Trinity, hear our prayers on behalf of our holy Father the Pope, our Bishops, our clergy, and for all that are in authority over us.  Bless, we beseech Thee, during the coming year, the whole Catholic Church; convert heretics and unbelievers; soften the hearts of sinners so that they may return to Thy friendship; give prosperity to our country and peace among the nations of the world; pour down Thy blessings upon our friends, relatives, and acquaintances, and upon our enemies, if we have any; assist the poor and the sick; have pity on the souls of those whom this year has taken from us; and do Thou be merciful to those who during the coming year will be summoned before Thy judgment seat.  May all our actions be preceded by Thy inspiration and carried on by Thy assistance, so that all our prayers and works, having been begun in Thee, may likewise be ended through Thee.  Amen.
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Parish Events
Mass Times: 
Weekdays: 8:00AM  
Anticipatory Mass:  
8:00 & 10:00AM

Children's Liturgy
of the Word
During 10AM Mass on Sundays 
8:00AM - 4:00PM 
8:00AM until finished
and again from
3:00 - 4:00PM



Register by January 8



Middle School  

Youth Group

5:30 - 7:00PM 




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