Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, while providing excellence in education, strives to be first & foremost, true disciples & stewards of Christ.
This year, Blessed Sacrament School stood for life. #CatholicProud
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School provides excellence in education, preparing each child to learn, love & witness the teachings of Christ.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School - 125 N. Quentin Ave., Wichita, KS 67208, 316-684-3752, Fax: 316-687-1082
School Hours: 7:55 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
|$3.00 per lunch; $0.40 per milk|
|K, 1, 2||11:05-11:35 lunch; 11:35-12:00 pm recess|
|3, 4, 5||11:45-12:10 lunch; 12:10-12:30 recess|
|6, 7, 8||12:30-12:55 lunch; 12:55-1:13 recess (M, F)|
|12:15-12:35 lunch; 12:40-1:00 recess (T,W,Th)|
|Adult Lunch - $3.40 per lunch|
Catholic Schools Week began Sunday, January 25th and goes through Saturday, January 31st. On Monday, January 26th Blessed Sacrament kicked off the week with a blessing of handmade rosaries by a catholic school in the Kansas City area. We also began the week with a spirit dress day on Monday.
Tuesday, January 27th - Crazy Hat Day
Wednesday, January 28th - Wacky Hair Day
Thursday, January 29th - Mismatched Shoes Day
Friday, January 30th - Spirit Dress Day and Volleyball game - Faculty/Staff & 8th gr. parents versus 8th graders - 2:30 p.m. - New gym
Today Mr. Voboril presented the "Banner School Award" to the staff at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School. When presenting the award Mr. Voboril stated that our school has great teachers that not only provide a top education to our students but also do a great job of putting our Faith First! He also talked about how well our pastor has made sure that our school is a ministry of the parish. Way to go Blessed Sacrament teachers and staff!
Our 7th/8th Grade Drama Elective did a great job on their performance of "Ten Ways To Survive The Zombie Apocalypse" which was performed this last Tuesday, December 2nd. Our drama elective volunteer director was Rachel Lauer, the music director for Blessed Sacrament Church. We thank her and the parents for their support of this and all electives! Way to go!
Our students in kindergarten through second grade were treated to the Wichita Children's Theater production of "The Ugly Duckling" this morning, Thursday, November 13th. According to our vice-principal, Pam Loyle, this was the best one yet!
We had a wonderful Veteran's Day celebration. We began our morning with a Mass celebrating all Veterans, there was a blessing for the Veterans, a speaker, Major Jesse Sojka, who told of his experiences as an officer for the Air Force and we ended with a breakfast for all of our Veterans and spouses. During the breakfast, our guests were entertained by our Kindergarten classes as well as our 5th and 8th graders. Thank you to all who helped prepare for this event and to all of our Veterans for attending.
Our students have been hearing from Jim Williams the last two days. Mr. Williams explains bully behavior and what it means to "Be a leader in God's eyes." If you have a student in 4th through 8th grade they should be able to share with you his time with them.
Please make every effort to make it to the parent talk at Magdalen on Thursday at 7:00 pm. Jim will be giving a new talk that he has never given here before.
Say "NO" To Drugs! This week we celebrated Red Ribbon Week with activities ranging from digging holes and planting red tulip bulbs to wearing crazy socks. We will be wearing red shirts on Friday to conclude our promise to say "NO" to Drugs. The students memorized the following promise: "My body is a temple of the Holy Spirit. I promise to treat it with respect at all times."
Blessed Sacrament students recognized Respect Life Week by participating in several activities throughout the week! These activities included: Making posters for the life chain, chalk art on the sidewalks w/life messages, collecting donations for the Center of Hope, praying a decade of the rosary each school day, making cards for three groups (pregnant women, home-bound and Catholic Care residents of the parish) as well as making peanut butter & jelly sandwiches for the homeless. Our 7th graders took the donations for the Center of Hope to the center on Friday of Respect Life Week. We would like to say a heartfelt "thank you" to our 7th grade parents and especially our homeroom parents, in particular, Julie Zluticky. We had a wonderful week!
On Sunday, October 5th, we began our Respect Life Week with a Life Chain on the southeast corner of Central and Rock. Students participated by creating posters to hold in support of respecting the life of the unborn.
On behalf of the Diocese of Wichita, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is proud to announce the theme for the Stewardship Renewal...