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Alumnae Au Courant January 2017

Swimming Reunion On Saturday, December 17 we welcomed home alumnae who swam at Sacred Heart Greenwich for a special reunion at the pool. The swimming facility recently underwent significant renovations including enhanced seating for spectators, a new Colorado Timing System with electronic touch-pads at the end of each lane, digital pace clocks, a scoreboard, and an underwater sound system. The renovations were generously underwritten by a Sacred Heart family. To see pictures click here.

College Alumnae CongĂŠ

Thanks to all the college aged alumnae who came by King Street on January 3 for congĂŠ! Click here to see more pictures.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Service We invite you to celebrate the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at our prayer service on Friday, January 13, at 10 a.m. in the Athletic Center. We look forward to the return of the popular GospelKnights singers and the Vision Steppers, and welcome our special guest speaker, Civil Rights Activist Joanne Bland. All are welcome to attend. Mrs. Joanne Bland is a sought-after speaker who participated in the civil rights movement as a child and teenager. She marched in "Bloody Sunday" and "Turn Around Tuesday," and on the historic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. Mrs. Bland will share her experiences in the struggle against “Jim Crow� laws and will speak on her continuing involvement in human rights work. To watch the prayer service live, tune into the King Street Chronicle's Facebook page or click here.

Return on Investment: Why an Independent School Education is Worth the Cost We hope you'll join us on Thursday, February 9th at 8:30 am in the McLaughlin Gallery to hear from Douglas Lyons, executive director of the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools. He will speak on the topic: Return on Investment: Why an Independent School Education is Worth the Cost. Independent schools demonstrate a variety of organizing principles (single-sex, coeducational, secular and religious, boarding and day, etc.). They share a mission-driven, student-centered, non-bureaucratic model. This model has distinct advantages for students over the increasingly compliance-driven model that characterizes public education in the No Child Left Behind era. Is an independent school education worth the cost? This presentation will offer information that may assist parents in answering that question. This event is free and open to the public.

Barat Center Open House

Calling all Alumnae! Be on the lookout for a call from Sacred Heart on either January 30 or 31!

Click here to make your gift GIVE TODAY! The Fund for Sacred Heart

Thank you to those who have already made their gift this year.

Around Campus  Greenwich Magazine to publish junior's award-winning photo

 Red Cloud School inspires and empowers

 Swim season opens with sparkling new look for facility

 Episcopal magazine published

interview with Piper Gilbert '21

Click here to watch the latest episode of Today From The Heart Don't forget to read the King Street Chronicle

Save the Date

Green & White Benefit

For more information click here.

In Memoriam Dorothy Scates, mother of Deborah Scates '86 and Pamela Scates Hegarty '89 Dorothy Scates, a longtime Purchase resident, passed away on December 20, 2016. She was born in Astoria Queens on July 12, 1934 to the late Rose and Rosario Bonifazio. A woman of extraordinary faith and compassion and charity, Dorothy worked for many years at the Convent of the Sacred Heart and she was active in her parish, St. Paul's Church. Devoted wife of the late John K. Scates, Dorothy is survived by her three children, Deborah Lasicki, Kent Scates and Pamela Scates Hegarty and four grandchildren, Tyler, Malina, Colin and Isabella (Izzy). Dorothy enjoyed nothing more than attending sporting events and school events of her grandchildren. She was loved and adored by her children, grandchildren and friends. She will be deeply missed.

January -

February -

March -

13 - Martin Luther King, Jr.

2 - Alumnae Career Morning

1 - Ash Wednesday Mass @ 10 AM

3 - First Friday @ 8:30 AM

13 - Palm Beach Reception

Prayer Service @ 10 AM 20 - Barat Center Open House @ 9:30 AM

9 - Return on Investment: Douglas Lyons speaks @ 8:30 AM 14 - Give from the Heart!

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Alumnae Au Courant: January 2017  

Alumnae Au Courant: January 2017

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