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By Special to the Intermountain Catholic Bryan Penn, principal of Blessed Sacrament School in Sandy, made good on his promise to spend the night in a tent outside the school after students raised $20,000 as part of the school’s “Superhero Fun Run” fall fundraiser. To reach the goal, students invited
Bishop Oscar A. Solis kneels in prayer in front of the coffin of Msgr. Robert Servatius following the Aug. 23 Vigil service in the Cathedral of the Madeleine. At left are Paul Servatius, the brother of Msgr. Servatius; Sharon Jackson, who was Msgr. Servatius' pastoral associate for 25 years;
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School was in preparation earlier this year to open its Early Childhood Development Center for this upcoming school season. By Julie Slama | Julie@mycityjournals.com This fall, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is responding to the requests of parents and will open an Early Childhood Development Center.
Jeanne Lindmar, who has taught at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School since 1989, will retire after the end of the 2017 school year. She is shown doing a hands-on science project with students. By Alex Harrington Intermountain Catholic SANDY — Jeanne Lindmar has taught at Blessed Sacrament School
Blessed Sacrament middle school present 'Disney's Jungle Book' on April 26; the set design and costumes also were done by the students. By Alex Harrington Intermountain Catholic SANDY — Middle school students dressed as monkeys, tigers, snakes, bears and elephants sat underneath twinkling Christmas lights, draped with green
Workers begin construction on the new playground behind Blessed Sacrament School, which will be used by toddlers who are enrolled in the new Early Childhood Development Center, which is scheduled to open this summer. By Alex Harrington Intermountain Catholic SANDY — The need for a toddler program has been
Msgr. Robert Servatius (right) receives an oil painting of Pope Francis painted by Mario Lopez, a Blessed Sacrament parishioner, who had promised his pastor to paint it. Msgr. Servatius responded with a surprised ?Aww? when the painting was unveiled for his approval. By Christine Young Intermountain Catholic SANDY —
By Special to the Intermountain Catholic SANDY — Blessed Sacrament School has been recognized as a Platinum Level “Green School” by the Utah Society for Environmental Education (USEE). The Utah Green Schools initiative recognizes sustainable practices demonstrated by schools through curriculum and facility management. It builds on the national Green
By Intermountain Catholic What: Retirement Mass and celebration for Msgr. Servatius When: Sunday, June 26, 5-8 p.m. Where: Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, 9800 South 1700 East, Sandy The celebratory Mass will begin at 5 p.m. Refreshments will follow in the gymnasium. All are invited.
By Christine Young Intermountain Catholic SANDY — Anne Adams, Blessed Sacrament Learning Resource Center math teacher, will retire this year after 28 years. Adams was raised outside of Buffalo, N.Y., where her mother also taught in a public school. After graduating from college, with teacher positions hard to find in