Using Google Expeditions, an augmented reality teaching tool, students in K-7th grades were able to explore inside a coral reef, visit with dinosaurs, zoom inside the core of the sun, and travel through the aorta! This was a special preview of not-yet-available technology from Google for Education.
Mrs. Christina Kenkel officially steps into the role of preschool director starting today. Please join us in welcoming her to our staff family. We are so thankful for her and her commitment to our community. The Sacred Heart Cathedral Preschool Program is accredited by the Tennessee State Department of Education, and operated under the supervision of […]
Help our pre-schoolers buy new bedding, by joining us for our First Annual Sacred Heart Cathedral Pre-School Art Walk, on Thursday, May 10th, at 6:30 pm. Come walk the halls of the pre-school and see beautiful artwork created by each student. Art donations will be used to purchase beds and sheets for the children. There will […]
Dear Parents, Saturday’s auction and dinner dance was a great time! I loved it for so many reasons: It was run by parents for parents all for the good of our school…it was a ton of fun to see so many people dressed up in theme outfits…and there were so many people involved in […]
Registration is Friday, April 13th from 3-6 in the Shea Room. Cheerleading is open to any rising kindergarten through rising 5th grade girl. No prior cheer experience necessary. Click the link for more information: Catholic Youth Cheer Information 2018.
Congratulations to Ana Hern and Spencer Stovall who competed today at the district-level competition for the 2018 Optimist Club International Oratorical Contest. Ana placed second in the girls’ division and Spencer placed third for boys. Congratulations to both for a job well done!
Congratulations to Jacob Susano who earned an honorable mention out of 600 contestants in the Culture of Studies Pro-Life essay contest for his essay, “How to Put the Pro Back in Your Life.” He received a certificate of achievement and t-shirt. On behalf of the organization, Catherine Daub, director of the Culture of Studies, wrote, […]
A Message from Principal Dan Breen: It’s 10 AM and I have arrived at the Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus for the first ever Mass: The dedication Mass at 12 o’clock. I have to admit that I am excited like a kid on Christmas today (hence the early arrival) and I think […]
Today as a community, Sacred Heart Cathedral School students, staff, families, and alumni celebrated the final all-school mass in the current Cathedral. Leaving this worship space that has been central to our faith life for 62 years for the last time this morning was bittersweet. Bitter, because the present Cathedral has been a place of […]