Welcome to the 2016 – 2017 school year! I hope you had a restful and relaxing summer. Our teachers have been busy preparing their classrooms and lesson plans that promise to make for an exceptional educational experience for your student(s).
We are excited to introduce STREAM education into the curriculum this year. Students and teachers will be exposed to science, technology, religion, engineering, art and math while making real world connections in the context of their faith.
Pastor: Msgr. Daniel E. Magraw
Principal: Mrs. Jane Wagner
School Secretary: Miss Stephanie Gambill
|Pre 3:||Mrs. Vikki Landahl||Aide:||Ms. Britney Higley|
|Pre 4:||Mrs. Mary Beth Applebee||Aide:||Ms. Erika Kaveney|
|Pre-KA:||Mrs. Mary Fiske||Aide:||Mrs. Barbara Selker|
|Pre-KB:||Mrs. Lois Carvelli||Aide:||Mrs. Cindy Bogniak|
|KA:||Mrs. Michelle Sardini||KB:||Mrs. Kate Kapp|
|1A||Ms. Melissa Schneider||1B||Mrs. Jessica Robbins|
|2A||Mrs. Margaret Jaraczewski||2B||Mrs. Lisa Dietrich|
|3A||Mrs. Linda Shilling||3B||Mrs. Mary Beth Boxer|
|4A||Ms. Stephanie Guild||4B||Sr. Linda Fusco, SSJ|
|5A||Mrs. Susan Kowalski||5B||Mrs. Shelli Pfister|
|6A||Ms. Mavra Jurewicz||6B||Mrs. Joni Blackman|
|7A||Mrs. Frances Federici||7B||Ms. Cynthia Zelenak|
|8A||Mrs. Tracy Kunik||8B||Maricarol Schoendfeldt|
|Physical Education:||Mr. Matthew Kerchansky|
|Music:||Mr. Nathan Barber|
|Computer:||Mrs. Rose Ann Gutting|
|Librarian:||Mrs. Shirley Skiba|
|Library Aide:||Mrs. Wendy Johnson|
|Guidance:||Mrs. Sandy Lynch|
Each year brings positive change. The faculty and staff extend a warm welcome to all the new families who will join our school community. We look forward to seeing you and your children on August 29th.
Jane Wagner, Principal
Blessed Sacrament is a Christ-centered Catholic school. Our mission is to ensure that our students achieve educational excellence. A shared partnership exists among faculty, staff, students, families and members of the community. Through an evolving curriculum, we build the future, creating successful lifelong decision makers in an ever-changing world.Learn more
Throughout the school year, there may be various reasons for school closings, delays or early dismissals. Inclement weather, icy roads or breakdown in heating or electrical systems, may be causes for this action.
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Blessed Sacrament School is family oriented. Their focus is academics, faith, and family. These are priorities in our family. My children are happy and push themselves daily. It is truly like a family to us!
We are so happy with our decision to send our daughter to Blessed Sacrament. We love the academic and athletic programs the school has to offer. We know that our daughter will grow and become a much better student and person because of the environment of the school.
Our two children not only love their school and education, but the wonderful things they learn about their religion. After graduation from Blessed Sacrament, we intend to seek a Catholic High School, since our experience at BSS has been so enjoyable.
Have you ever been to a Catholic School? If not, I will tell you what it is like. Just to have the opportunity to learn about God is an amazing thing. God is so many things! He has the ability to create human beings, animals and plants. Jesus died for us to be free from sin. To be able to learn about God every day is such an important thing to me.
Our family has attended Blessed Sacrament School for three generations. Blessed Sacrament helps the students strive for academic excellence in a safe and positive environment while instilling Catholic values.
For us, it's tradition - Our parents went to BSS, we went here, and now our two oldest daughters have graduated from BSS and we still have two boys here. It just feels like home!