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Report Bullying

Bullying is hurtful and we do not tolerate it at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School. It can be hard to tell an adult about bullying.  Some kids worry that they will be called a “tattletale.” Telling is not being a tattletale. Telling, which adults call reporting, is a good thing to do. If you or another student has been bullied or hurt, or you are worried that you or another student could be bullied or hurt in the future, tell a teacher or another adult at Blessed Sacrament. The adults can help you.

We know it can be scary to tell or “report” bullying, so you do not have to include your name on this form.  However, Mr. Fierro or a teacher may want to ask more questions about this, so including your name will help them look into the problem.

Online Bully Reporting

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Principal's Corner

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!

Mr. Fierro