This week, we introduced Bulldogs BARK, our new campus-wide behavior expectations. Using the theme of our school’s mascot, students are expected to B (Be Respectful), A (Act Responsibly), R (Remember Safety), and K (Kindness Matters). We went through examples of how Bulldogs BARK around campus – Church, Classrooms, Hallways, Cafeteria, Gym, Library, and Playground. We also have campus-wide volume levels (0 to […]
Friends of Blessed Sacrament, Once again, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School will be coordinating The Forever Grateful Project (Angel Tree) benefiting the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament based in Victoria, Texas. The Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament (IWBS) administered our parish school for almost three decades. Their charism and presence […]
Friends of Blessed Sacrament, Since August 2020, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School has followed our Plan for the Safe Reopening of Campus in hopes of mitigating the COVID-19 virus. Our school community followed Phase 1 from throughout the 2020/2021 school year followed by Phase 2 that has been in place since August 16, 2021. Our approach to […]
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School Report Card Conferences Blessed Sacrament Catholic School will be hosting our First Grading Period Report Card Conferences Wednesday, October 20, 2021 through Friday , October 21, 2021. All parents or guardians must meet with their student’s teacher to discuss their spiritual, academic, and social formation during the first grading period. […]
Friends of Blessed Sacrament, As we look towards our 2021/2022 Academic Year, we have secured two grants that will provided at least $20,000 in tuition assistance to our families. We thank our donors and benefactors for their generosity in allowing Blessed Sacrament to provide financial assistance to those families desiring a Catholic education for their […]
Dear Blessed Sacrament Families, The days leading up to this year’s First Day of School were ones of mixed emotions and questions. Despite fear and anxiety, we placed our complete trust in the Blessed Sacrament. As students began arriving, smiles and laughter began to change the demeanor on campus. Just like the first bloom on […]
Friends of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church and School, In a few short days, we will once again gather around the dinner table to give thanks for the many blessings we have experienced in our lives. This year’s Thanksgiving Holiday will look vastly different from years past. For the past nine months, our world has been […]
Friends of Blessed Sacrament, On Wednesday, October 8, 2020, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School joined all Catholic Schools s in the Archdiocese of San Antonio in a presentation of gratitude and planning. Listed above is our 45-Minute Virtual Faith Community Meeting, where Father Chris Muñoz and I focused on the following points: A Message of […]
Blessed Sacrament Families, On Monday, August 17, 2020, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School embraced our school’s motto of Have Courage, Move Forward, Make Noise with our re-opening. Although we have encountered logistical challenges at times, the process has been overall successful and we look forward to providing In Person Instruction, Guided Distance Learning and Self-Paced Learning […]
August 16, 2020 Blessed Sacrament Parents and Guardians, In both orientations for In Person Instruction and Guided Distance Learning, I stressed the importance of open, honest, and transparent communication. This ensures that not only are parents and the school administration on the same page, but that we are reading the same book! In an effort […]
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Welcome Back Bulldogs! I hope you had an enjoyable summer and are ready to grow as we begin our 2023/2024 school year!
Our First Day of School will be on Monday, August 14, 2023. We will have a 12:30 p.m. Dismissal with lunch and after school care being provided. Please note that our First Day of School will be a Regular Uniform Day, not a Spirit Dress Day.
Also, we will have Mass this week on Tuesday for the Assumption of the Blessed Mother. The Regular Uniform may be worn as it is still a bit hot for shirts and ties!
Have a GREAT week!