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Sacred Heart to celebrate Catholic Schools’ Week

| September 23, 2016

COSHOCTON – Sacred Heart will join other accredited Catholic elementary and high schools throughout the Diocese of Columbus in a celebration of Catholic Schools’ Week, Sept. 26-30. The mission of Catholic schools is to provide a faith-based education that supports the whole child academically and spiritually and prepares students for future successes.

Sacred Heart is proud to be a part of this diocesan celebration that helps raise awareness of how Catholic schools help students develop intellectually, spiritually and morally, fostering wisdom and understanding that helps produce adults and leaders for our community. Sacred Heart has planned several activities to celebrate the week. On Thursday, Sept. 29, they will have a special friends mass at 9 a.m. in the church with a reception in the gym immediately following the service. They will also be collecting food items for the local food pantry.

They encourage everyone to visit their school, tour their classrooms, talk with their students and teachers. They are sure everyone will see what hundreds of families already know—that our school truly does prepare our students.

Sacred Heart School benefits its students and their families with higher standardized test scores, attendance rates and smaller class sizes.

Sacred Heart is an accredited school with almost 80 students in grades preschool through six serving the Coshocton City, the Riverview Local, Ridgewood Local, and the Tri-Valley Local School Districts.  Special education, speech and language, band, music, physical education and art are also provided.  For information about events during Catholic Schools’ Week and for more information about Sacred Heart School call their office at 740-622-3728.

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