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Open to Girls 1-8th grade! Begins October 4! See attachments for more details!
Platinum –Family of Stephen H. Swan, Jr.
Gold-Henry Wilson-Wilson & Quirk, CPA Certified Accountants
Gold- Paul and Sherri Fitzpatrick in memory of Dr. W. Bruce and Marie -Rose Newton and John & Margie Fitzpatrick
Silver-Family of Jason & Christina O'Hare
Silver-Craig Lavell - Ecig
From Our Principal:
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School
7 Saint Theresa Drive. Charleston, SC 29407
Charleston, SC 29407
Dear Community Friend,
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is holding its first ever Southern Soiree on Friday, October 13th at the Charleston Yacht Club. We anticipate hosting 250 people from our local community. The Soiree will prove to be an excellent marketing opportunity to present your business to the local school community and church parish to show your support for the children and educators.
Our school opened its doors in September 1948 and has been a true landmark in the heart of West Ashley ever since. We emphasize our Catholic faith and uphold academic excellence through engaging the mind, challenging the body and enlightening the soul. We ask you to please consider a sponsorship opportunity to help us continue our mission.
All proceeds from your donation will directly benefit the children and educators of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School by providing introduction and implementations of a STEM program. Our goal is to initially introduce STEM into our elementary grades, K5-5th. Our program will encourage students to work through complex questions, investigate global issues, and develop solutions for challenges and real world problems while applying the rigors of science, technology, engineering and mathematics content to our existing curriculum. In reference to Technology enhancements, we want to meet one of our goals to our Technology Plan: to use iPads and Chromebooks as a means to engage student learning and empower achievement through student use of technology and to assess student learning and measure student learning performance. We are striving to shift from Teacher Centered to Student Centered Classrooms. We want to see improvements to the Kindergarten building, enhancements to the Music program and Arts/Computer programs such as a 3D printer, improvements to the school facility, and the Rosary Garden.
We have included a breakdown of the different sponsorship levels. Your prompt response is greatly appreciated. If you have any questions or need additional information please let me know. Thank you for supporting this great school and helping us achieve our goals. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Friends & Family < $250
The BSCS HSA mission is to support and promote Blessed Sacrament Catholic School and the value of a Catholic education as well as help strengthen the relationship between the School and parents. We aim to accomplish this by:
Enhancing the School’s activities and/or academics by raising funds to support those efforts
Providing fellowship opportunities for BSCS families to engage with one another
Providing and promoting a spirit of service through a variety of opportunities to be more involved in our School
*Dates listed are approximate!
July 6, 2017: Work began. Trees/Shrubs removed. Temporary fence installed.
July 10, 2017: Digging began. Placement of columns established.
July 12, 2017: Work began on cinderblock column bases.
July 28, 2017: Brick work began on columns. Looking good!
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL STARTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7!
CLICK HERE 20170906090647797.pdf TO SEE THEIR SCHEDULE. COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR LADY BISHOPS!!
Principal: Mrs. Katharine Murphy, email@example.com
Secretary: Mrs. Sallie Bendt, firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Assistant: Mrs. Christy Clarey, email@example.com
Tuition Manager: Mrs. Linda McHugh, firstname.lastname@example.org
Admissions: Mrs. Kathleen Ferri, email@example.com
Extended Day Director: Mr. Harley Cantrell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunches: School House Fare, email@example.com
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is focused on educating each student by emphasizing our Catholic faith and upholding academic excellence
through engaging the mind, challenging the body, and enlightening the soul.
Place and time TBD
Welcome, Mr. Walsh (Live 5 Weather)
School office open - 11/22
School office closed - 11/23 & 11/24
The purpose of the School Advisory Council (formerly School Board) is to advise the Administration and to promote effective programs of religious, intellectual, cultural, social, and physical education for the students of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School.
2016-2017 Board Members
Father Joseph Romanoski (Blessed Sacrament pastor)
Father Gabe Smith (St. Joseph's pastor)
Katharine Murphy (principal)
Summer Teegardin (president)
Kristine Shirley (secretary)
Kathleen Ferri (marketing)
Kristine Wilcox (advancement)
Christine Davis (facilities)
Lindsey Blackburn (HSA)
Zaneta Baczmaga (nominating)
Everette Reynolds (mission effectiveness)
John Jacumin (athletic director)
Principal's Honor Roll Recipients: Katie F., Aiden M., Casey R., Gracie M., Lauren N., Marjorie N., Brady N., Virginia R., Catherine T., Kylie B., Tommy D., Anyla M., Cole Y., Maria F., Connor H., Pablo S., Lexi D., Isabelle D., Isa R., Caroline B., Nathan F., Gabriel P., Ahniya P., Mason R., Sean S., Nate W.
St. Thomas Aquinas Award Recipients: Katie F., Thomas P., Sarah S., Olivia T., Lauren N., William S., Tommy D., Liam F., Cecilia A., Will H., Lillian A., Evan K., Harper N., John Paul T., Olivia C., Hunter D., Riley F., Gabriel P.
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STATISTICS AND FACTS ABOUT OUR “TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE” AT BLESSED SACRAMENT CATHOLIC SCHOOL!
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School opened its doors in September 1948.
We are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and by the Catholic Diocese of Charleston.
Our Junior Beta Club, a national honor and service organization, has 25 members from the 7th and 8th grades.
Our 8th graders scored 4 grades above the national norm in Social Studies, and 3 grades above in English, Language Arts and Science.
Four of our 8th graders were named as BSCS Junior Scholars and took the PSAT. Seven of our 8th graders scored in the 95th percentile on a standardized test, qualified to take the SAT and were named as Duke TIP Scholars.
Our Learning Enrichment Accelerated Program (LEAP) provides supplemental, hands-on activities for students in Grades 2-7 and is the only one of its kind in the Charleston area.
We have a full time Academic Support Teacher to accommodate students with diagnosed learning differences.
Two of our faculty members attended the National Curriculum Network Conference at William & Mary, and The Teacher’s College Reading and Writing Project of Content Literacy at Columbia University in NYC.
Our students collected and donated 485 pairs of socks to MUSC’s Children’s Hospital, and 188 pet care items to Pet Helpers Animal Shelter.
One of our faculty members was a presenter at the National Catholic Education Association Convention in San Diego, CA in April 2016.
Our 4th grade class assisted the SC Department of Natural Resources by harvesting, growing and planting Spartina grass this year.
Our 5th grade LEAP students created a video entitled “Stop Bullying Now” that has received almost 3000 views!
The girls volleyball team finished second in the regular season and in tournament play. Our 2nd grade boys basketball team finished 2nd in the preseason tournament and 3rd in the St. Joseph’s League. The 3/4th grade girls basketball team finished 2nd in the St. Joseph’s league.
Our Tennis Team has 23 players and competed in the City of Charleston Youth Tennis League.
Our 6th, 7th and 8th graders each have school issued IPADs.
The 1st grade class completed over 10,000 math problems on IXL, which is an online mathematics program.
Our 3rd graders used “Plickers” as part of their classroom technology. Plickers is an app using “paper clickers” and a teacher’s iphone that allows the teacher to see students’ responses immediately.
Our 7th and 8th graders completed more than 1400 community service hours.