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Bulldog Learning Lab

Since March 2020, educators across the United States have voiced concerned in anticipated learning gaps as students were confined to their homes during the health pandemic. Although a majority of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School students have returned to in person instruction, teachers remain concerned in ensuring students are preforming at or above grade level in […]


Alleluia! Alleluia!

Friends of Blessed Sacrament, One of my favorite Easter stories is a passage illustrating the Risen Christ’s appearance on the road to Emmaus. Feeling defeated, lonely, confused and scared, the two disciples become amazed at the one man who does not appear to know “of the things that have taken place” in Jerusalem. Once they […]


Tuition Assistance Programs

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 […]


Aloe You Vera Much

The elementary students of Blessed Sacrament have begun creating a learning garden outside their building. The purpose of the learning garden is for students to develop some of the following skills: responsibility, self-confidence, love of nature, reasoning and discovery, an understanding of cause and effect, cooperation and nutrition, and care for God’s creation. During Catholic […]


Immigration & Refugee Awareness Art Contest

The University of the Incarnate Word’s Ettling Center for Civic Leadership & Sustainability is hosting an Immigration & Refugee Awareness Art Contest for February of 2021 . The contest is based on Catholic Social Teachings and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on migration issues. Participants may submit their “art project” utilizing one of the following mediums: Photography, Art […]


Hold Us Togther

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 […]


NWEA Winter Testing

Blessed Sacrament Catholic School will be administrating the NWEA MAP Growth to In Person Students in Third Grade through Eighth Grade between Monday, December 7, 2020 and Friday, December 18, 2020. Guided Distance Learning Students will be required to take their four MAP Growth tests in January 2021.  The School Office will reach out to […]

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