Sacred Heart Parish School is maintained and supported by the parish community to pass on the values and beliefs of the Catholic Church. The school shares in the total development of the Catholic child within a living and progressive faith community. In imitation of Jesus, with His love and guidance, each teacher strives to teach as He did to help the child and the entire school community to witness the Gospel message of hope, peace and justice to the Wadsworth community and those we meet. Parents continue as the primary educators of their children by fostering and enriching each child’s unique pattern of spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social and cultural growth, and by active involvement in the parish and school community. The faculty assumes the responsibility of developing a curriculum that meets the individual needs of each child, and at the same time, stresses the values of respect for life, sacredness of the family, unique giftedness and talents of each person and justice and peace for all peoples. By implementing current educational methods and materials and by presenting religious instruction authentic in doctrine, the child can grow and become a more mature member of the Church and society.
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