Students share love of school during Catholic Schools Week

| January 31, 2019

Fifth and sixth graders at Sacred Heart Elementary School are pictured showing off the crazy socks they wore as part of their Catholic Schools Week celebration. Josie Sellers | Beacon

COSHOCTON – Sacred Heart Elementary School students were more than excited to show off their crazy socks and share why they love their school.

“We have really awesome teachers and an awesome principal,” said Olivia Liquidano, a fifth grader.

She was one of several students who got into the spirit of Catholic Schools Week, which was held Jan. 28 – Feb. 2.

Liquidano and sixth grader Myleigh Ladrach both participated in crazy sock day on Jan. 29.

“I like my school because you get to make a lot of friends and the teachers are the best,” she said.

Fifth grader Drew Duren agreed with Ladrach and added that you also learn a lot at the school. Fellow fifth grader Benjamin Duren added that the small class sizes help with that.

Dreisa Kaser, fifth grader, commended the school for the education students are provided with and added that lunch is good.

Her classmate Bridget Kobel added another reason why she likes the school.

“We are able to learn about God in a safe environment,” she said.

Sixth grader Case Berry said he likes the school so much that he came back after leaving for a while.

“I like it way better here than my other school,” he said.

Fifth grader Natasha Huffman was previously homeschooled, but is glad she is now attending Sacred Heart.

“It’s very nice and art is my favorite subject,” she said.

Anthony Cichon has attended Sacred Heart since kindergarten.

“This is my last year here,” said the sixth grader. “My family and I like this school a lot and would recommend it to everybody.”

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