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We are very lucky to be blessed by a talented and dedicated teaching staff committed to living and teaching the Catholic values. Our school is dual-track. This means that parents have the option to educate their child either in a straight English program or in the French Immersion program. Our students are taught in a richly Catholic environment aimed towards developing a sense of belonging to a faith community, and strong academic achievement.
Sacred Heart’s co-curricular programs are excellent. The students have the option to join the award winning choir and/or band. For sports we have a wide variety of teams such as softball, volleyball, basketball, hockey and soccer. Our Morris the Moose food drive has become a vital part of the Espanola community. All of these are possible through the giving spirit of the staff.
Sacred Heart has a close relationship with St. Jude Parish. Together we will strive to provide the children in our care with the best that education coupled with Christian virtues have to offer.
Principal – Syndy Withers
About Mrs. Withers
Vice-Principal – Terri Godin-Sokoloski
About Mrs. Godin-Sokoloski
128 Park Street Bag 5302
Espanola, ON P5E 1S7
Please remember to call the school each day if your child will be absent or late. Messages that need to be passed along to teachers for your child should be written in their agendas daily.
Lead Exceedance – Public Notice
In compliance with the Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board is committed to providing accommodations to persons with disabilities.
The Board will take into account the person’s ability to access information and will provide the information contained in Board-produced public documents in a format that meets those needs as agreed upon with the person.
This message is for all parents and guardians at Sacred Heart Catholic School in Espanola under the following condition:
An exceedance for lead under Ontario Regulation 243/07 (Schools, Private Schools and Child Care Centres) has been determined on a “standing” sample. The subsequent “flushed” sample was at or below the Ontario drinking water quality standard of 10 micrograms per litre. No further corrective action is required and this notice serves as information only.
More information on flushing and sampling for lead may be found at https://www.ontario.ca/page/flushing-and-sampling-lead.