Spirit Day and National Catholic Week
Every year our students come together for a day of fun and games to celebrate "Spirit Day". This day is the culmination of a week of activities celebrating Catholic schools and their contribution to society. National Catholic Schools Week is typically the last week in January and began in 1974. It is a joint project of the National Catholic Education Association and the United States Conference of Bishops.
Spirit Day is a day where our keiki truly demonstrate their school spirit through team games and cheering competitions. It is a day for the whole Sacred Hearts family as our parents and grandparents join in the fun and cheer our keiki on.
National Catholic Schools Week has a different theme each year. The theme encompasses several concepts that are at the heart of a Catholic education. Schools are communities—small families in their own right, but also members of the larger community of home, church, city and nation. Faith, knowledge and service are three key elements of each school.
At Sacred Hearts, we embrace this concept and welcome all of you to come join us each February as we celebrate, Spirit Day.