The Community Outreach Committee is

offering 2 opportunities to help

those in need during this

Lenten Season:


I. Meatless Sandwich Collection

(To benefit Our Daily Bread in Baltimore)

Drop off meatless sandwiches in the bins located in the Main

Lobby and Gym Lobby on Fridays during Lent.*

II. Pack an Extra Snack 

(To benefit Sarah’s Hope in Reisterstown)

Pack an extra snack for lunch and drop it off in the bin located

in the cafeteria on Fridays during Lent.*

Snacks will be delivered to Sarah’s Hope for the needy and homeless in our community.

Please donate only individual, snack-sizes of items such as:

Juice Boxes…Fruit Snacks…Fruit Cups…Applesauce Cups…Granola Bars…

Sandwich Crackers… Goldfish Crackers…Graham Crackers…

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Thank you for your generosity!


* SHG is closed on Friday, March 14th. During Week 2 of Lent, we will collect for both locations
Thursday, March 13th

Any questions, please contact Tina Mester (

or Tavia Stiegler (


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Our Mission


At Sacred Heart School, we recognize each person as a living expression of God’s love. We accept each person as intrinsically good and deserving of unconditional respect. We believe each person is unique, having special talents, abilities and needs. We believe that each child is a multi-dimensional child of God. We accept responsibility for fostering not only a child’s intellectual growth, but also for fostering a child’s spiritual, emotional, social, and physical development.

The message of Christ is central to all that we do at Sacred Heart School. As a faith community, we are striving to build God’s kingdom on earth. In the words of Archbishop Oscar Romero, “ This is what we are about: We plant seeds that one day will grow. We water seeds already planted, knowing that they hold future promise. We lay foundations that will need further development. We provide yeast that produces effects beyond our capabilities.”

So, welcome to our Catholic school! We invite you to join us in our mission to cultivate in our students the knowledge, attitudes, skills and virtues that will enable them to be serving members of our world in a manner reflective of Judeo-Christian values. May Jesus Christ, the model of all teachers, be our encouragement in this important ministry of Catholic education. Surely, He, who said, “Suffer the children to come unto me” will bless our efforts in His name.

Accreditation: Sacred Heart School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement by having met the requirements established by the AdvancED Accreditation Commission and Board of Trustees.

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