As part of a series of articles published in the Waterbury Republican-American about the on-going Covid pandemic effects, Mrs. DePaiva, a teacher during the pandemic, explains the success of the remote learning program at Sacred Heart High School. Mrs. DePaiva outlines the teachers' technology skills development and discusses the benefits and drawbacks of remote learning. To read the complete article, please click on the link provided. Waterbury Republican-American Article
The Class of 2021 recently sponsored a day of giving for the SHHS community. The focus of this event was to encourage the school members to share with others during the season of Christmas. Seniors, particularly those of the school's leadership committee, collected donated food and clothing items and prepared reindeer ornaments and Christmas cards. The Class of 2021, Mr. Madden, and Mrs. Gemmell would like to thank all of the SHHS faculty members, students, parents, and alumni who helped make this event a great success. The Spirit of Giving is truly alive and well at Sacred Heart High School!
Tis the season for giving so share with those in need this Christmas. You can spread some cheer by making a card or donating socks, gloves, or hats, or food items. You can drop off your donations and cards at Sacred Heart High School on Saturday, 12/19 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Participate in this Christmas Spirit Week activity and be entered into a drawing for gift cards. Let's work together to brightened the season for those at the St. Vincent DePaul Shelter! Christmas Spirit Week Team Link