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Sacred Heart Catholic School is dedicated to excellence in spiritual and educational development of our youth, under the patronage of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and within the tradition of the Catholic Church. Our school provides a safe and nurturing environment of mutual respect. Our fundamental task is the education of the whole person, and the blending of learning, faith and daily life.
5754 State Route 61 South, Shelby, Ohio 44875
Phone: 419-342-2797 (Shelby) • Phone: 419-683-1697 (Crestline) • Fax: 419-342-2797
ClassDojo available for 2018/2019 school year:
Sacred Heart School is pleased to announce that we will using ClassDojo as a whole school.
Class Dojo is a communication app for the classroom. It connects teachers, parents, and
students who use it to share photos, videos, and messages through the school day.
Class Dojo is used to work together as a team, share in the classroom experience, and bring big ideas to life in
their classrooms and homes. ClassDojo is available online and as an app for both IOS and Android.
This app will help Sacred Heart transition in having more information at a click of a button.
Sacred Heart School is also working toward becoming more environmentally friendly.
Registration information is available in the office and will also be available at our Open House on August 19.
Congratulations Katie Rietschlin!
Sacred Heart School, Katie Rietschlin, the 5th and 6th grade teacher at Sacred Heart School has received the Golden Apple Award through the Diocese of Toledo. The Golden Apple Award was established to honor outstanding individuals who devote their lives to teaching at Catholic schools. This award is given to seven preschool and/or elementary school teachers and two secondary teachers each year throughout the Diocese of Toledo.
There are strict requirements that the candidate must meet. They must be a practicing Catholic, fulltime teacher with a minimum of three year’s experience in the school at which they are currently teaching, nominated by a teacher, student or parent and hold a valid license or certification to fulfill both diocesan and state requirements.
Once a teacher is nominated they must write an essay about their ministry at their school, the principal and pastor must write letters of recommendations about the nominated teacher. There is a committee at the Diocese that select from all of the teachers that were nominated. This is some very strict competition.
Sacred Heart School is truly blessed to have Ms. Rietschlin minister at Sacred Heart School. She is an outstanding role model for our students academically and spiritually.