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Lickity Split Art Contest

Enter the 8th Annual Lickity Split Holiday Art Contest!

Entry guidelines:

  • The theme is: Winter Holidays Around the World
  • Open to students in grades SK-8
  • One entry per student
  • 8.5" by 11" regular weight paper (copy/printer paper, no canvas or poster board)
  • Any medium is allowed
  • All art must be done individually and submitted with the artist's name and grade on the back
  • Submissions due to Ms. Crandall by: Wednesday, November 6, 2019

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Watch Newsnotes for information on the opening of the gallery at Lickity Split.

Yearbook Cover Contest

Enter to make your artwork the cover of the 2019-20 yearbook and win a fabulous prize!

 

  • Only Middle School students may enter
  • One entry per student
  • Must be portrait positioned, not landscape
  • Covers can be created using collage/montage, computer-generated, mixed media, photos, oils, acrylics, watercolors, crayons, colored pencils, pastels, or markers
  • Submissions must be original work; no tracing

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Deadline for submissions to Ms. Crandall in the cafeteria by: Wednesday, November 13, 2019.

Schools Rock

 

Schools Rock – SHS Variety Show Audition and Crew Applications Due:  Thursday, December 12th to Ms. Henderson
Last year, more than 20 acts shared their talents at this family show in which students have the opportunity to perform, serve as emcees or as show crew members. Now is the time to dream up your special act or your fabulous emcee introduction! We encourage students and their families in Senior Kindergarten to 8th grade to audition. What are the judges looking for? Over the years we have had solo, duet, small and large ensemble acts; children and families who sing, dance, play instruments, recite speeches or poetry, juggle, and perform scenes from or develop original plays or comedy acts.

Applications have gone home with students.  Additional applications can be obtained from Ms. Crandall in the cafeteria.  

 

Poetry Month

Fill Our Halls and Our Hearts with Poetry!

Sacred Heart Schools Celebrates
National Poetry Month 2020

 

We invite students and their families, teachers, and staff to participate in any or all of the following projects, which celebrates Poetry Month
(Poetry Month for Sacred Heart will be: TBD)

 

Fill our halls with our favorite poetry! Due TBD or before: (*see how to earn bonus points for Red or White Team!)

Poems are to be typed or clearly hand written on a regular 8” x 11½” size sheet of paper. The paper should include name and grade of student/faculty/staff submitting the poem, title of the poem, author of the poem and be turned in to your teacher, advisor, or Dr. Sharp!

 

What do students (faculty and staff too!) need to do?

  • Choose and then type up or write neatly your favorite poem and give to your teacher or Dr. Sharp no later than April 26. Be sure your name is on the back of the poem.

What teachers can do to help?

  • If it fits with a class project or your current curriculum, please encourage students to participate
  • Collect poems and turn them in to Dr. Sharp

What will happen with the poems?

  • They will fill our halls for National Poetry Month (April-May)
  • Each person who shares a poem will earn 10 points* for their Red/White Team

*25 points if turned in before April 11th!

Poems of the Day – Original Poetry Writing Project

Due TBD

We invite students, faculty and staff to write/share their own original poems, which will be entered into a contest to be chosen as “Sacred Heart Schools Poem of the Day” and read aloud during the various events  (lunch, assembly, homeroom/advisory, and Gallery Night) throughout the month of April and early May.

What do students (faculty and staff, too!) need to do?

  • Share one of your favorite poems, which you have written. Poems are to be typed or clearly hand written on a regular 8” x 11½” size sheet of paper. The paper should include name and grade of student/faculty/staff submitting the poem and title of the poem. Give to your teacher or Dr. Sharp no later than April 26!

What teachers can do to help?

  • If it fits with a class project or your current curriculum, please encourage students to participate/share something that they have already written
  • Collect poems and turn them in to Dr. Sharp

What will happen with the poems?

  • Selected Poems of the day will be read out loud at various times in April and May, including lunch, division assemblies, homeroom/advisory, and Gallery Night.
  • Each person who shares an original poem will receive 100 points for their Red/White Team. Submissions made before April 11th will earn 125 points!