St. Henry District High School https://shdhs.org Come as Many, Leave as One Wed, 01 Jul 2020 15:30:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.2 https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/shdhs.org/2017/11/cropped-shdhs_logo-32x32.png St. Henry District High School https://shdhs.org 32 32 SHDHS Summer Athletic Workout Policy & Schedule https://shdhs.org/shdhs-summer-athletic-workout-policy-schedule/ https://shdhs.org/shdhs-summer-athletic-workout-policy-schedule/#respond Fri, 12 Jun 2020 11:12:58 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30413 SHDHS Summer Athletic Workout Policy & Schedule June 15-June 29 ONLY Workouts will consist of 10 student-athletes with no more than 1 adult coach per group practicing social distancing guidelines. Group members should stay consistent, not changing, throughout this phase. Student temperature will be taken upon arrival.  Masks should be worn when possible by coaches […]

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SHDHS Summer Athletic Workout Policy & Schedule

June 15-June 29 ONLY

  • Workouts will consist of 10 student-athletes with no more than 1 adult coach per group practicing social distancing guidelines.
  • Group members should stay consistent, not changing, throughout this phase.
  • Student temperature will be taken upon arrival. 
  • Masks should be worn when possible by coaches and athletes.
  • All student-athletes will be signed in through Final Forms.
  • Hand sanitizer will be used on the way in and on the way out.
  • Athletes must provide their own water and remain 6 feet apart.
  • Conditioning is optional and not mandatory. No equipment or balls will be used.
  • No parents are permitted to attend.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL-Conditioning will start at Peak Fitness beginning Monday, June 15. Training sessions are scheduled for Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm for 9 weeks. Each player is required to pay a fee (details were emailed to parents).

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY-Conditioning will start on Tuesday, June 15. The team/staff will meet at Freedom Park in Edgewood at 7:00 am.

BOYS SOCCER-Conditioning will be held on June 16, 18, 23, and 25 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm. Report to SHDHS practice field.

GIRLS SOCCER – Conditioning will be held on June 16, 18, 23, and 25 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm.  Report to SHDHS track.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL-Conditioning will be held on June 16, 18, 23 & 25 from
9:15 – 10:45 am. Report to SHDHS track.

As a reminder, any student wishing to try out for an athletic team needs to register through Final Forms https://sthenry-ky.finalforms.com/. All correspondence will occur with parents/students from the emails provided on the registration form.

Please make sure the student-athlete has a  current physical on file with SHDHS. Information regarding IMPACT testing was emailed and will be completed online. 

Any questions, please contact Maureen Kaiser mkaiser@shdhs.org.

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Pre-ACT Scores Packet Pickup https://shdhs.org/pre-act-scores-packet-pickup/ https://shdhs.org/pre-act-scores-packet-pickup/#respond Fri, 12 Jun 2020 11:10:24 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30411 Pre-ACT scores/packets for freshmen and sophomore students (2019-2020) that were not picked up during locker clean out are available for pickup in the front office during summer office hours (Tuesday-Thursday from 8am-1pm).

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Pre-ACT scores/packets for freshmen and sophomore students (2019-2020) that were not picked up during locker clean out are available for pickup in the front office during summer office hours (Tuesday-Thursday from 8am-1pm).

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Applications for the Youth Council for Suicide Prevention Due Monday https://shdhs.org/applications-for-the-youth-council-for-suicide-prevention-due-monday/ https://shdhs.org/applications-for-the-youth-council-for-suicide-prevention-due-monday/#respond Fri, 12 Jun 2020 11:08:47 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30409 The Youth Council for Suicide Prevention (YCSP) is currently accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. YCSP is a small group of diverse teenagers from local high schools who are committed to improving the health and well-being of Cincinnati youth by working to preventing suicide. In previous years, members developed mental health and suicide prevention videos, organized […]

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The Youth Council for Suicide Prevention (YCSP) is currently accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. YCSP is a small group of diverse teenagers from local high schools who are committed to improving the health and well-being of Cincinnati youth by working to preventing suicide. In previous years, members developed mental health and suicide prevention videos, organized a gala, presented at local conferences and high schools, and conducted their own research and projects. The YCSP is run jointly by 1N5 and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Click here to learn more about the YCSP. Click here to view the application. Applications are due by this Monday, June 15, 2020.

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Register Now for SHDHS Athletic Teams https://shdhs.org/sportsregistration/ https://shdhs.org/sportsregistration/#respond Thu, 28 May 2020 17:39:55 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30293 Registration is open for all 2020-21 SHDHS athletic teams. If your son or daughter is interested in trying out for any the SHDHS athletic teams, please complete the Final Forms registration as soon as possible. Coaches will be reaching out to fall athletes soon and are working to ensure their contact lists are complete. Both […]

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Registration is open for all 2020-21 SHDHS athletic teams. If your son or daughter is interested in trying out for any the SHDHS athletic teams, please complete the Final Forms registration as soon as possible. Coaches will be reaching out to fall athletes soon and are working to ensure their contact lists are complete. Both incoming Freshmen and returning players are required to register. Athletic fees are not required at the time of registration. 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at athletics@shdhs.org.

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Book Drop Off and Locker Clean Out https://shdhs.org/book-drop-off-and-locker-clean-out/ https://shdhs.org/book-drop-off-and-locker-clean-out/#respond Mon, 25 May 2020 13:17:58 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30185 Below is the plan that we will follow (Tuesday, May 26 – Thursday, May 28) for students to return books, graduation gowns, and other school-owned items and clean out their lockers. This process will follow all of the guidelines that are in place at this time regarding COVID-19. This is not a social event and […]

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Below is the plan that we will follow (Tuesday, May 26 – Thursday, May 28) for students to return books, graduation gowns, and other school-owned items and clean out their lockers.

This process will follow all of the guidelines that are in place at this time regarding COVID-19. This is not a social event and we will try to be as efficient as possible. All materials that belong to the school must be returned at this time.

The schedule will be as follows:

TUESDAY, May 26

9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Last names A – D

12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Last names E – K

WEDNESDAY, May 27

9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Last names L – O

12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Last names P – R

THURSDAY, May 28

9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Last names S – Z

12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Open to those not able to make assigned time

PROCESS:

  • Everyone will be required to wear masks during this time.
  • The process will start at the main front door.
  • We will only allow 10 students in the building at a time. Other students will need to wait outside and make sure that they are social distancing.
  • Students will need to bring all materials that need to be returned (textbooks, senior gowns, borrowed Chromebooks, surface computers, computer chargers, etc.)
  • Computer-related items should be taken to the media center.
  • Seniors will return their graduation gown in the lobby as you enter (you keep the cap and tassel).
  • As students enter, they will be given a copy of their 2019-2020 schedule and a bag. The schedule will have the student’s locker number and combination on it.
  • Traffic will be one way only, starting with the first hallway. Students will head down the first hallway to their locker.
  • Students will need to clean out their locker. Place any unwanted items in the bag and take it with them. They will deposit all garbage in the dumpster (by the soccer field) as they leave.
  • When students are finished with their locker and it is completely cleaned out, they should close the locker and put the lock back on unlocked. The students may have three groups of items: their textbooks, anything they don’t want placed in the garbage, and anything that they want to take home.
  • All textbooks will be taken to the media center. There will be stations set up by grade level. Students will take their books to the teacher at the station for their grade level. The teacher will also have a copy of the students’ 20019-2020 schedules in order to check off the books as they are returned.
  • Once textbooks have been returned, students will leave the school by the doors that open to the soccer field (down the hallway with the trophy cases). Garbage should be placed in the dumpster.
  • Once the students have completed everything, they will need to get back in their cars and depart from the school property.

OTHER INFORMATION:

  • If someone has a Yankee Candle order to pick up, that will be done in the trophy case hallway as the student leaves the building.
  • Only the hallways and media center will be available to the students. All doors to the classrooms and restrooms will be locked.
  • One parent may accompany the student if necessary.
  • Parents should contact the office to make arrangements to pick up any medications that are in the front office.
  • All lunch accounts will need to be paid up. For seniors and students not returning, you may request a refund by filling out the lunch refund paperwork on our website.
  • Students not able to be here during those three days will need to contact the office to set up a time the following week to bring back their materials.

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Summer Reading Assignments https://shdhs.org/summer-reading-assignments/ https://shdhs.org/summer-reading-assignments/#respond Mon, 25 May 2020 13:16:05 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30263 It’s time to get a jump start on summer reading assignments! The required readings are posted here. Students are responsible for purchasing their book(s). If you have any questions, please email info@shdhs.org.

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It’s time to get a jump start on summer reading assignments! The required readings are posted here. Students are responsible for purchasing their book(s). If you have any questions, please email info@shdhs.org.

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Thank You for Supporting the Food Drive! https://shdhs.org/thank-you-for-supporting-the-food-drive/ https://shdhs.org/thank-you-for-supporting-the-food-drive/#respond Thu, 21 May 2020 20:12:05 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30150 Thank you for supporting the Food Drive held on Friday during Light Up the Night! More than 1,000 pounds of food was collected for Be Concerned and nearly $600 in gift cards and cash was donated to support Mary Rose Mission. Special thanks to rising-senior, Molly Martini, and her fellow classmates for coordinating this successful […]

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Thank you for supporting the Food Drive held on Friday during Light Up the Night! More than 1,000 pounds of food was collected for Be Concerned and nearly $600 in gift cards and cash was donated to support Mary Rose Mission. Special thanks to rising-senior, Molly Martini, and her fellow classmates for coordinating this successful event!

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Congratulations, Rachel Stanchek, Riley Bowen & Danny Veselsky https://shdhs.org/rachelrileydanny/ https://shdhs.org/rachelrileydanny/#respond Thu, 21 May 2020 14:13:59 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30141 Congratulations to our Crusaders of the week for May 11-15: Rachel Stanchek, Riley Bowen & Danny Veselsky! Ms. Kaiser nominated Rachel Stanchek as AP Human Geography Crusader of the Week. Rachel has been an NTI rockstar and an amazing student throughout the school year. She shows such a high level of self-motivation and a determination […]

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Congratulations to our Crusaders of the week for May 11-15: Rachel Stanchek, Riley Bowen & Danny Veselsky!

Ms. Kaiser nominated Rachel Stanchek as AP Human Geography Crusader of the Week. Rachel has been an NTI rockstar and an amazing student throughout the school year. She shows such a high level of self-motivation and a determination to do her very best at all she does. Rachel has shown up to every meeting Ms. Kaiser has had and has turned in every assignment without complaint and without delay. She is a funny, kind, and hardworking student who deserves to be Crusader of the Week! Congratulations, Rachel!

Mrs. Hartwig nominated Riley Bowen as Crusader of the Week for English I. Riley displays a tremendous work ethic by coming to every class prepared and willing to put forth 100% effort. She thinks critically and analytically while actively participating in class discussions to help her peers improve their own understanding of the material. Riley brings a positive attitude to class each day and even during the difficult times of NTI, has completed all work in a timely fashion and with just as much effort. Riley is a pleasure to have in class. Congratulations and keep up the great work, Riley!

Mrs. Shea nominated Danny Veselsky AAIMS Crusader of the Week. Danny is a committed and conscientious young man. He is always grateful. Danny always leaves class (or video conference) with a “Thank You and Have a Great Day!” He is eager to take on responsibilities by being a group leader, a note-taker, and a spokesperson. He does not back down from adversity. He has shown his determination by being resourceful and has a serious attitude towards his studies and works very hard to improve himself. Danny is self-motivated and has a bright future ahead of him. Aside from academics, Danny is considerate, polite, and brings a positive energy to our class! Congratulations Danny!

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Congratulations, Meghan Pawsat https://shdhs.org/congratulations-meghan-pawsat/ https://shdhs.org/congratulations-meghan-pawsat/#respond Thu, 21 May 2020 13:14:33 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30180 Congratulations to Meghan Pawsat! She is one of four winners of the NKY Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship. Click here to read more.

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Congratulations to Meghan Pawsat! She is one of four winners of the NKY Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship. Click here to read more.

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Congratulations, Katie Holland & James Carroll https://shdhs.org/congratulations-katie-holland-james-carroll/ https://shdhs.org/congratulations-katie-holland-james-carroll/#respond Thu, 21 May 2020 13:04:30 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30178 Congratulations to Katie Holland and James Carroll on their graduation from the Northern Kentucky Regional Youth Leadership program! The RYL Class of 2020 was comprised of 45 high school juniors from 35 schools across Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. During the eight-month program, the students collaborated with local business and civic leaders to help develop their […]

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Congratulations to Katie Holland and James Carroll on their graduation from the Northern Kentucky Regional Youth Leadership program! The RYL Class of 2020 was comprised of 45 high school juniors from 35 schools across Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. During the eight-month program, the students collaborated with local business and civic leaders to help develop their leadership skills. Topics explored through the program included arts and culture, criminal justice, local government, economic development, and health.

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SHDHS Food Drive – Friday, May 15 https://shdhs.org/shdhs-food-drive-friday-may-15/ https://shdhs.org/shdhs-food-drive-friday-may-15/#respond Mon, 11 May 2020 19:33:34 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30124 Food Drive to Benefit Be Concerned and Mary Rose Mission This Friday, May 15, from 8 pm – 10 pm, during Light Up the Night at SHDHS, a group of rising seniors will be collecting food and household items for Be Concerned/United Ministries and Mary Rose Mission in the parking lot. The food drive is […]

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Food Drive to Benefit Be Concerned and Mary Rose Mission

This Friday, May 15, from 8 pm – 10 pm, during Light Up the Night at SHDHS, a group of rising seniors will be collecting food and household items for Be Concerned/United Ministries and Mary Rose Mission in the parking lot. The food drive is in response to the growing need for donations to help families Northern Kentucky.

High-demand food items for Be Concerned/United Ministries include canned fruit, canned vegetables (excluding corn), pasta, beans, canned meats such as tuna and chicken, Chef Boyardee products, and oatmeal/cereals. Other requested items include diapers and baby formula.

Mary Rose Mission is no longer accepting canned goods but would appreciate Kroger, Remke, and GFS gift cards so that they may purchase ingredients for their takeout meals. Cash donations are also accepted.

As you drive through campus on Friday night, students will be on hand to take your donations so you don’t have to leave your car. If you are unable to attend Friday night, but would like to make a donation, collection bins will be available throughout the day on Friday near the main entrance.

Please consider giving in this time of extreme need. Thank you!

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SHDHS Light Up The Night, May 15 https://shdhs.org/shdhs-light-up-the-night-may-15/ https://shdhs.org/shdhs-light-up-the-night-may-15/#respond Mon, 11 May 2020 19:00:21 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30122 The Crusader community is invited to join us this Friday, May 15 from 8:00 pm – 10 pm to celebrate the end of the school year! Drive through campus to catch the beautiful views (but please stay in your vehicle). Show some love for your favorite SHDHS coaches, faculty, and staff. Catch DJ Billy Sarge […]

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The Crusader community is invited to join us this Friday, May 15 from 8:00 pm – 10 pm to celebrate the end of the school year!

  • Drive through campus to catch the beautiful views (but please stay in your vehicle).
  • Show some love for your favorite SHDHS coaches, faculty, and staff.
  • Catch DJ Billy Sarge mixing up your favorite tunes.
  • Drop off food and/or household item donations for Be Concerned/United Ministries and the Mary Rose Mission.
  • Show off your Crusader spirit by making signs, decorating your car, or just honking and waving.

 

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Congratulations, Sasha Menzer, Mitchell Wolking & Riley Spellman! https://shdhs.org/congratulations-sasha-menzer-mitchell-wolking-riley-spellman/ https://shdhs.org/congratulations-sasha-menzer-mitchell-wolking-riley-spellman/#respond Mon, 11 May 2020 18:22:50 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30120 Congratulations to Sasha Menzer, Mitchell Wolking, and Riley Spellman – Crusaders of the Week, May 4-8 Mr. Wischer nominated Sasha Menzer as Crusader of the Week. Sasha has consistently been one of the top students for Honors Geometry throughout the school year. She is conscientious and hard-working, as well as a good classmate. She responds […]

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Congratulations to Sasha Menzer, Mitchell Wolking, and Riley Spellman – Crusaders of the Week, May 4-8

Mr. Wischer nominated Sasha Menzer as Crusader of the Week. Sasha has consistently been one of the top students for Honors Geometry throughout the school year. She is conscientious and hard-working, as well as a good classmate. She responds to questions, poses her own thoughtful questions, and collaborates well with fellow students in groups. Sasha is respectful to teachers and fellow students, and is a positive example for others. During the NTI period, Sasha was consistently in the class conferences and would always respond to questions. She was often helpful in checking for errors and difficulties in the materials. Sasha is a pleasure to have in class.

The Crusader of the Week for Latin I goes to Mitchell Wolking. Earlier this year, Mitchell showcased his creativity by making a video retelling the myth of Pandora. While this was for an assignment, Mitchell went above and beyond what was needed to create an engaging and hilarious video that no one in his class will soon forget. Mitchell’s involvement in Latin class consistently shows the same dedication; he is always quick to participate in class discussions and ask questions if he doesn’t understand something. Mitchell is further displaying his dedication to Latin by enrolling in Latin II Honors for next year. Keep up the good work, Mitchell, and congratulations!

Deacon Larry Kleisinger nominated Riley Spellman for Crusader of the Week in Religion II. Throughout the year, Riley was supportive of all that we did in class, and she was a great example of how a student should act. Riley helped keep the class on track, she is a great student and is there for others if they need her. Riley seems to have a good grasp of what’s going on in the world and was a pleasure to have in class.

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Book Return & Locker Clean Out https://shdhs.org/book-return-locker-clean-out/ https://shdhs.org/book-return-locker-clean-out/#respond Mon, 11 May 2020 18:16:46 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30126 During this last week of school, please start collecting books, athletic uniforms and equipment, musical instruments, graduation gowns, and any other material/equipment that should be returned to the school. We hope to be able to arrange for the drop off of these items and the pick up of personal items for lockers on May 26, […]

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During this last week of school, please start collecting books, athletic uniforms and equipment, musical instruments, graduation gowns, and any other material/equipment that should be returned to the school. We hope to be able to arrange for the drop off of these items and the pick up of personal items for lockers on May 26, 27 , and 28. Additional details will be sent to students and parents soon.

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Faith Matters 5/11 https://shdhs.org/faith-matters-5-11/ https://shdhs.org/faith-matters-5-11/#respond Mon, 11 May 2020 18:15:16 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30118 A Parent’s Prayer for Graduates and Wisdom “But if any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all generously and without reproach, and it will be given to him.” (James 1:5) Dear God, we ask that you help our children to walk in your wisdom and grace. We pray for […]

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A Parent’s Prayer for Graduates and Wisdom
“But if any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all generously and without reproach, and it will be given to him.” (James 1:5)
Dear God, we ask that you help our children to walk in your wisdom and grace. We pray for spiritual eyes and discernment in all things. Help them to be wise leaders and influencers in this generation, not conformed to the world, but transformed by your power. We ask that you would equip them with all that they need to make a difference for your purposes. Help them to live as salt and light in a dark world that so desperately needs to know your truth. We ask for your power to help them to walk continually in honesty and integrity. Build within them deep godliness, that they would be more concerned about their character than their reputation. We pray that they would seek to bring honor to You throughout their lives, that they would have a vision and heart for the world. Extend their boundaries and give them incredible influence with people and nations. Make their hearts and spirits open to every plan and purpose you have for them, and to be willing to boldly go wherever You call.

Service
Congratulations and Hats Off to Seniors. Collectively Seniors have given more than 16,000 hours of service to the community during the last four years. We are filled with gratitude for their service and the difference they have made in the lives of others.

Reminder to all Students – Continue to log all summer service hours that are completed for community agencies, parishes, and the school on X2Vol. Five hours completed during the summer can be applied to the upcoming fall semester service requirement.

Service Opportunities
Rose Garden Mission
Dear Amazing Rose Garden Mission Volunteers,
As many things are opening up for business, we would like to extend an invitation to those who would like to help us again at the Mission. We continue to serve our neighbors at the back door, which we plan to do for some time yet. There are many opportunities for assisting the sisters with: packaging , repackaging, sorting, cleaning, stocking, running, etc. Everyone who plans to help will be asked to wear a face mask and nitrile gloves. If you have your own, bring them. If not we have some extra. Thank you for everything you do to help us make it possible for the Lord to serve His needy families in Northern KY, Greater Cincinnati.
God’s peace!
Mother Seraphina Marie, fdm
Franciscan Daughters of Mary, www.fdofmary.org

Fill the Pantry and Leave No Neighbor Behind – Knights of Columbus Food Drive
May 16th 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
The Knights will be in the parking area (Father’s Lot) near Acree Hall to accept donations of non-perishable food and household goods. This food drive will support the Rose Garden Mission Food Pantry. The Knights will take every precaution through social distancing and personal protection during the transfer of the items that are brought. Thank you and God Bless you. Together, during these exceptional times, with your help, we can make sure that we leave no neighbor behind. Bishop Ackerman Council 5453

Daily Inspiration
A beautiful rendition of Be Not Afraid featuring many Catholic musicians, including Lee Roessler, a graduate from Bishop Brossart High School
https://aleteia.org/cp1/2020/05/07/catholic-artists-have-come-together-to-perform-a-beautiful-rendition-of-be-not-afraid/?utm_campaign=NL_en&utm_source=daily_newsletter&utm_medium=mail&utm_content=NL_en

The UK Blessing – Churches sing “The Blessing”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUtll3mNj5U

A Beautiful Mother’s day Song, “Mamastry” by Danielle Rose
https://www.daniellerose.org/index.html#video

The Pandemic has Caused Many to Face What Matters Most – God
https://osvnews.com/2020/05/08/the-pandemic-has-caused-many-to-focus-on-what-matters-most-god/?utm_campaign=KTF200511&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Eloqua

Scott Hahn Offers Hope for Pandemic: Hold Up the Light of the Body of Christ
https://churchpop.com/2020/04/23/scott-hahn-offers-divine-hope-during-pandemic-hold-up-the-light-of-the-body-of-christ/?_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8-0EDlGxqewTKBTDLpjeT168PLJZPk06ysOOEyxQkpgHuWoTv4i_gwikSFhnZUykfvOq2u1i_IJsOqP_9pYLgu29Mcig&_hsmi=86910100

Don Schula, NFL winningest coach, remembered for his deep Catholic faith
https://www.osvnews.com/2020/05/07/don-shula-nfls-winningest-coach-remembered-for-his-deep-catholic-faith/?utm_campaign=OSV%20NewsNow%20050720&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Eloqua

My “Great Realization” from the Coronavirus – Reflections From Juniors
Last week, some of the Junior Religion classes had the opportunity to watch the youtube video, “The Great Realisation: Hindsight 2020 by Tomos Roberts; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hw0JDJUu548. They were asked to share their “great realization” from the pandemic. Here are a few of their responses. How would you respond to the same question and how can we change our lives for the better going forward?

My great realization from the pandemic is that I need to cherish the time I have with family and friends. I need to stay away from my phone and other electronics and focus on being there with them. I have also learned the great beauties the earth has to offer, without all of the stores, restaurants, etc. being open. I have been able to enjoy God’s creation, our earth.

My great realisation from the pandemic is how skewed my perceptions of what is important and what isn’t important are. Being alone with my family and little to do has made me realize that the pressures thrust upon my generation of shallow concepts such as popularity and appearance aren’t as important once removed from that environment, as well as the needless buying which is popularized in culture isn’t as important as it is. We shop when we are bored, but separated from these in-person businesses I have realized I don’t really need what I previously thought I did.

My great realisation is how blessed I am to be the person I am. Through this experience, I haven’t been able to get out and see my friends, nor have I been able to consistently keep a schedule. Now, I have learned how good of friends I have. I am blessed to have people that care for me. I have also realized how much I need school to keep me on a schedule and keep me learning.

My “great realisation” from the pandemic is that I need to spend less time staring at my phone or watching TV. I need to spend time with my family and enjoy the outdoors. I also need to spend more time praying and growing in my relationship with God. I have learned that it is good to spend time with others instead of wasting your time on electronics.

I realized that the virus is helping to clear pollution because no planes are flying, and many factories are being shut down or closed. I also realized that I was missing many good things in life before the pandemic. Before, I had a busy schedule. I wasn’t getting much rest, and I took a lot for granted. Now I appreciate all of my family members and friends even more than I did. One last thing I noticed is that everyone is being kinder to each other, and appreciating essential workers. The pandemic is terrible and has its effects globally, but there are still some good things that have come from it.

My “Great Realisation” from this pandemic would be that I have realized how many opportunities I have in my life. The opportunity to practice my faith, hang out with friends, go to the mall, participate in school and out of school sports, be a part of YCET, and go to high school. When all these things were changed or taken away I realized just how much I have to be truly thankful for.

My greatest realisation from this pandemic is that sometimes I need to take some time to just stop, be with my family, and my friends. I need to take time each day for myself to relieve my stress because before I was feeling very overwhelmed with school, volleyball, and work and I am grateful that it has all slowed down.

My great realization from this pandemic is that technology is not the answer to all of our needs. We should instead seek God and spend time with the family like the old, traditional times by playing outside and having general conversations with the ones we love. Overall, spending time with others close to us is the moral of being quarantined and we should for once let our phones down and talk to our peers.

My great realisation from the pandemic is how much time you spend on your phone instead of interacting with others. I spent so much time on my phone without even realizing it until this pandemic started. I’ve kind of become sick of screens, so now I take time off of my phone and computer to interact with my family.

I am grateful for the great realisation from this pandemic. The world is beginning to become more clean and more wildlife is being born. I personally am in a better mental state because I got a break from society through this pandemic. I have caught up on sleep and am so much more happy and energetic. I realized that maybe the world and many people needed this virus to get a break from real life.

My great realization from the pandemic is how our world would be without technology. We spend so much time on technology our generation has forgotten what it is like to go outside and talk to people. We have lost all communication skills and we lost all-loving connections with people and even our families.

My Great Realisation from this pandemic is that we don’t need to be doing something all the time, making plans with friends, going somewhere, doing sports, and so on. Even though those things are not bad in and of themselves, we need to understand that they are not needed and that sometimes it is better to go without them and just be with your family. We can take walks or runs, we can play games at home, or we can read a book. We can do so many things with our families that don’t require big plans.

My great realisation from this pandemic is that there is more to life than just what is going on in your own bubble in the world. It has taught me to be cognisant of all of the troubles and injustices of this world and how I can help resolve them. Also, it has taught me to never take a day for granted again because life is a fragile thing that can be taken away at any moment. It is our duty to serve and love like we have no tomorrow.

My “great realisation” from the pandemic is getting closer to my family, especially my brothers. We can just talk now and have a good time and my whole family is doing things we might have done when we were little again. We have grown closer and learned more about each other.

My Great Realisations are how much family means to the happiness of my life. I realized how lucky and blessed I am to have those in my family be my family. Most of all I realized how greedy I can get and it made me realize that I need to be more giving and helpful to those who weren’t as fortunate as me.

This pandemic has taught me a lot and has helped me realize many things. For one, I have really begun to appreciate my family and the house that I live in. I never would have thought that my house would multi-purpose as a classroom, restaurant, game area, and pretty much be everything in my life right now. I have also spent a lot more time with my brothers and I believe I will continue to do this even after the pandemic. One thing I have realized is how incredible technology is. Without it, I would be even more disconnected from my friends and the world than I already am. Because of the many resources of technology, I am able to communicate with my friends, family, and keep up with academics. Most importantly, having the ability to still watch church and get to meet with my small group over facetime has really been a blessing to me and I truly don’t know what I would do without it. Overall, I have just come to realize my appreciation for the little things in life and how miniscule so many things are when reality hits. I will never again take for granted the chance to talk with friends or family, go to school, take a walk, eat a restaurant, and so many more.

The pandemic has taught me to value the things that truly matter, meaning family, people, faith, time, the simple things. The connections and relationships that are real in your life will continue. There is more time to spend with family. We have the opportunity to reach out to people that we haven’t talked to in a while or to try something new. This is an opportunity to grow closer to God in every aspect of our lives. We can realize a lot about ourselves and the world during this time.

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Boys Cross Country Meeting, This Thursday https://shdhs.org/boys-cross-country-meeting-this-thursday/ https://shdhs.org/boys-cross-country-meeting-this-thursday/#respond Mon, 04 May 2020 17:05:42 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30081 Boys Cross Country coaches will be hosting a Zoom Meeting this Thursday, May 7 at 6:30 p.m. for athletes and families. For more information and the meeting invite, please contact Coach Joe Zeinner at j.zeinner.ath@shdhs.org.

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Boys Cross Country coaches will be hosting a Zoom Meeting this Thursday, May 7 at 6:30 p.m. for athletes and families. For more information and the meeting invite, please contact Coach Joe Zeinner at j.zeinner.ath@shdhs.org.

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Scholarship Application Deadline, May 15 https://shdhs.org/scholarship-application-deadline-may-15/ https://shdhs.org/scholarship-application-deadline-may-15/#respond Mon, 04 May 2020 16:12:25 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30076 Please click here for the updated information for all 2020-2021 SHDHS scholarships. This packet includes a list of requirements for each scholarship, as well as links to any required forms and/or applications for each. Please note that this information can also be found on the Tuition / Assistance page of our website, under the Memorial […]

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Please click here for the updated information for all 2020-2021 SHDHS scholarships. This packet includes a list of requirements for each scholarship, as well as links to any required forms and/or applications for each.

Please note that this information can also be found on the Tuition / Assistance page of our website, under the Memorial and Honorary Scholarships tab.

The application deadline for all scholarships is Friday, May 15, 2020.

If you have questions regarding a scholarship application, please contact Beckie Middendorf, SHDHS Advancement Director (bmiddendorf@shdhs.org).

If you have questions regarding a FACTS application, please contact Susy McAfoose, SHDHS Business Manager (smcafoose@shdhs.org).

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Congratulations, FPS Team! https://shdhs.org/congratulations-fps-team/ https://shdhs.org/congratulations-fps-team/#respond Mon, 04 May 2020 15:54:51 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30073 Congratulations to the SHDHS FPS Team! They ae advancing to the 2020 FPSPI International Competition (IC) in June for the third year in a row! They are one of the seven “Kentucky Champions” to represent the state this year at IC. Their coach, Melinda Gould, said “I never thought my last year coaching would be […]

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Congratulations to the SHDHS FPS Team! They ae advancing to the 2020 FPSPI International Competition (IC) in June for the third year in a row! They are one of the seven “Kentucky Champions” to represent the state this year at IC. Their coach, Melinda Gould, said “I never thought my last year coaching would be so “virtually” crazy, but these kids are resilient and hung in there through all the challenges and changes.” Way to go CRU!

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Congratulations, Madison Stuttler & Katelyn Larkins, Crusaders of the Week https://shdhs.org/congratulations-madison-stuttler-katelyn-larkins-crusaders-of-the-week/ https://shdhs.org/congratulations-madison-stuttler-katelyn-larkins-crusaders-of-the-week/#respond Mon, 04 May 2020 13:00:55 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=30069 Congratulations to Madison Stuttler and Katelyn Larkins, Crusaders of the Week for April 27- May 1! Ms. Baker nominated Madison Stuttler for AP Art Crusader of the Week, because not only is she extremely talented, but has gone above and beyond expectations in AP this year. Madison has grown and improved immensely in a very […]

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Congratulations to Madison Stuttler and Katelyn Larkins, Crusaders of the Week for April 27- May 1!

Ms. Baker nominated Madison Stuttler for AP Art Crusader of the Week, because not only is she extremely talented, but has gone above and beyond expectations in AP this year. Madison has grown and improved immensely in a very short time and has very creative and unique ideas for her pieces. Not only is Madison receiving this award for her hard work and determination, but also because she is a genuinely kind person, is always very helpful, and has a good head on her shoulders. WAY TO ROCK, MADISON!

Mr. VonBokern would like to nominate Katelyn Larkins for Crusader of the Week for Chemistry. Katelyn has been thriving in Chemistry during NTI. She logs in and is engaged in almost all of the Google Meet classroom meetings, sometimes being the only student to do so. She has managed to stay current on all assignments, and continues to be one of the most polite students Mr. VB has encountered. Congratulations, Katelyn!

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Class of 2020 Scholarship Awards Form Due Friday, May 1 https://shdhs.org/class-of-2020-scholarship-awards-form-due-friday-may-1/ https://shdhs.org/class-of-2020-scholarship-awards-form-due-friday-may-1/#respond Mon, 27 Apr 2020 15:26:42 +0000 https://shdhs.org/?p=29984 This is a reminder that ALL seniors need to complete the Class of 2020 Scholarship Awards Form by this Friday, May 1, regardless of whether they received a scholarship or not. The form also asks students to report plans for military service and Eagle Scout Awards received this year. Mrs. Beck will also post a […]

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This is a reminder that ALL seniors need to complete the Class of 2020 Scholarship Awards Form by this Friday, May 1, regardless of whether they received a scholarship or not. The form also asks students to report plans for military service and Eagle Scout Awards received this year.

Mrs. Beck will also post a Final Transcript Request Form in the Senior’s Class of 2020 Schoology group this week. Students will be able to formally submit their request for final transcripts to be sent to colleges, collegiate athletic organizations, or other destinations as needed. Final Transcripts will be sent in early-to-mid June. Please note that all tuition and fees to SHDHS must be paid before a final transcript will be sent.

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