Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, while providing excellence in education, strives to be first and foremost, true disciples and stewards of Christ.
No matter where we are, we represent the Catholic faith. #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
School Hours: 7:55 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
New this year!! Book studies groups by grades. In addition to learning about prayer, study groups within classes have the added benefit of helping us grow in our relationships with each other, with our child’s friends’ families, and thus foster a sense of community within our class. This and so much more can be gained by participating in a book group. Also, new this year...A family study guide with activities designed to be used with the entire family or with other families.
To learn more about any of these opportunities, please click HERE so we can contact you with more information or call the parish office at 316-682-4557.
Thank you for prayerfully considering being a part of this all-parish/school effort to help us all grow in our prayer life!
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Our final total collected for the 2017 Walk in Sisters' Shoes campaign was $14,291.50! Way to go Baron Community! The winning grade for this year's campaign, earning a lunch with our priests was our 8th grade, collecting a total of $2,294.34! Our second place grade was 4th grade, bringing in $1,896.71 and our third place grade was 5th grade, bringing in $1,771.55. The winner of the Royals Weekend Getaway Raffle was Renee Cornwell. The student that sold the winning raffle ticket was 3rd grader, Jordan Gonzalez. We are proud of all of our students, parents, parishioners, and faculty & staff for the herculean effort they made to reach and surpass our goal challenge. A special "thank you" to Lori Guthridge and Becky Meyer for the stupendous job they did heading up and executing the 2017 WISS Campaign. You are both truly appreciated! Mr. Bob Voboril, superintendent of the diocesan schools, was presented with a check following the 8:00 a.m. Mass this morning.
Our Catholic Schools Week ended with a volleyball game of 8th graders vs. faculty/staff & parents! It was loud and fun! To add to the excitement of the afternoon, we also did a WISS event of duck taping Fr. Curtis Hecker to the gym wall!
Great News! Blessed Sacrament Catholic School just received the news that we have been named a banner school for the 3rd year in a row! This is a huge honor for us to receive this award especially three years in a row! Thank you and congratulations to all of our teachers, staff, parents, parishioners and students!
Catholic Schools Week is a highlight of our year here at Blessed Sacrament because we get to celebrate our catholic education.
bouquet from the students in appreciation for their dedication to our school and parish.
Thank you for helping us celebrate our Catholic Schools!
Walk in Sisters' Shoes 2017 Campaign began today, January 6th through March 5th for Blessed Sacrament Catholic School! We celebrated our kickoff with Mass celebrated by Fr. James Billinger, pastor of Holy Savior Catholic Church and School, one of the schools that receives aide from this campaign. The support of the parishioners, parents, staff & students is crucial for the success of this campaign. Our goal this year is to raise $12,500 for the St Katharine Drexel Catholic School Fund for which this Walk in Sisters' Shoes Campaign benefits. Thank you to all for helping us reach our goal this year!
We held our first pep rally of the year this afternoon and had loads of fun! Our 2016-17 Cheerleaders lead us in games and recognition of our football, cross-country & volleyball players! They did a wonderful job and all of our students had a great time!
On Friday, November 11th, we celebrated Veteran's Day with our annual Veteran's Day Mass and breakfast. We had a wonderful turnout and the 8th graders enjoyed visiting with our Veteran's during a light breakfast. A big "thank you" to all of the veterans that were able to come and to all those veterans that were not present. You are all truly appreciated for your service to our great country!
Today, October 11th, we traveled on a pilgrimage to the Cathedral for the Year of Mercy. We celebrated Mass, prayed for the Holy Father and walked through the Holy Doors in order to gain the special Plenary Indulgence for the Year of Mercy. The students also received a tour of our beautiful Cathedral, our Mother Church. The students in grades 3-8 will complete the conditions for the Plenary Indulgence by making a good confession a week from this Friday on October 21st.
We had a wonderful Mass & visit from our very own Bishop Kemme for his school pastoral visit. You can view Bishop Kemme's homily by going to the Blessed Sacrament Facebook page where it has been posted. Following Mass, Bishop Kemme toured our school and visited the students in their classrooms. Ask your student about the Bishop's visit and what a wonderful leader he is for our Diocese!
Our PTO sponsored mother/son team, Lori & Eric Doerneman, on Thursday, September 29th. Their topic was "How to communicate effectively with your kids in the modern world". They had a great message for the parents on how easily our children can get caught-up in things on the internet that may not be appropriate. If you see one of our PTO committee chairs, please be sure to thank them for sponsoring this parent education night!
A revised emergency safety intervention family guide is now available on the KSDE TASN website,http://ksdetasn.org/resources/915. Emergency safety intervention law requires that when emergency safety intervention is used with a student, that no later than the following school day, the school must provide the parent of that student with certain information.
August 16, 2016 Back to School Night
5:15 – Ice Cream Social outside of the commons
5:30 – 6th grade parent meeting in the New gym
6:00 – Everyone meets in the Church to hear from Fr. Jirak and others.
6:30 – Classroom visits, if you have a middle school student (6th-8th gr.) please go to their room now otherwise visit any room.
6:45-7:00 – Classroom visits and drop off student supplies
7:30 – Lights out and doors locked
Save the Date:
Family Fun Night: Sept. 18th- All Star Sports
Parent Education Night: Sept 29th- Old Gym
Body Venture – Tues., February 14 – K-5 (Many volunteers are needed for this event!)
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception School Trip – Tues., October 11th (Permission slips will go out.)
“theGift” Program for Middle School Age Girls – Sunday, September 11th, 1:00-5:30 p.m.