Who We Are
The Sacred Heart Academy PTO is organized to support the education of children at Sacred Heart Academy fostering positive relationships among the school, parents, and teachers. The Sacred Heart Academy PTO supports the vision of the leadership of Sacred Heart Academy.
Click here for a letter from the PTO president.
A goal of the 2018-2019 PTO is to strengthen our school community. Events and volunteer opportunities will be geared towards community building. If you have a suggestion, please feel free to contact an Executive Board member.
The Sacred Heart Academy PTO seeks volunteers through SignUp Genius, The Academy website, weekly newsletters, and emails. If you would like to volunteer in any way, please call the school office.
- Pastor: Father Lundberg
- Interim Principal: Erica Palaza
- President: Chris Ricketts
- Vice President: Vacant
- Secretary: Leisa Thomsen
- Treasurer: Lisa Anthony-Price
- Community Relations: Sally Voth
- Fundraising Chair: Kara Rodriguez
- Teacher Rep.: Katie Tantillo
The PTO raises funds to pay the costs of events and activities run by the PTO for Sacred Heart Academy students and families. The PTO also raises funds to pay for school events and activities that the school does not fund. Many of the PTO fundraising activities serve a dual purpose.
Some fundraising activities, such as the Gala also provide an opportunity for families to socialize with other school families, while other activities, such as the SCRIP Program are run for the benefit of students and families at the school.
This program helps families earn money for the school just by making their regular household purchases. But instead of paying with cash or credit, they use prepaid gift cards from America’s favorite and most trusted retailers.
Our biggest event of the year! The proceeds from this exciting event will enhance programs at Sacred Heart Academy
The Fun Run is an annual Jog-a-Thon, which involves students “of all ages” walking or jogging around a designated area for one hour.
Trunk or Treat
The Saturday before Halloween, cars pull into spaces in the upper parking lot of the church. Drivers open their trunks, decorated for the holiday. After Mass children from the parish (and guests) go from car to car trick-or-treating for candy and fun. Cars pay $25 to register and light refreshments are sold.
General Mills Box Tops
Drop off your General Mills Box Tops to us via the Main Office at either campus or mail them to either campus. Each Box Top logo is worth 10 cents. You can find Box Tops logos on General Mills cereals, Betty Crocker products, Yoplait yogurts and General Mills Food service products.
Our local restaurants host Spirit Nights. On Spirit Night, a certain percentage of sales made under your school’s name will go to your school. Check the calendar for the latest information.