Early Learning Center Teacher's Aide, Sr. Monica SMF

september 3, 2021


Email Mrs. Lolesio

Sacred Hearts School' Ohana, 

St. Marianne House parent leader Laurie DeGama is heading our 2nd Annual Family Fun Night Drive Thru! Mahalo to everyone involved in making this event safe and successful. See the "House System News" section for the informational flyer and how you can support Sacred Hearts School by being an advertiser for your business or as a family. 

We are relaunching The Brick Legacy Campaign. The Brick Legacy Walk, a campaign that initially began in 2013 to celebrate the school's 150th Anniversary, continues today as a way to leave a lasting legacy. The bricks are in the Sacred Hearts School courtyard. Proceeds from the Bricks will help grow the HEARTS, Annual Fund. The Fall Campaign will run from Friday, September 2, 2021, to November 26, 2021. Bricks ordered in this campaign will arrive just in time for the Holidays! See the "Admissions & Development" section for campaign information. 

Thank you for your support and let us continue to work together and pray for the safety and success of our school community. Enjoy your Labor Day weekend and see you Terrific Tuesday!

Sincerely in Christ,

Mrs. Tonata Lolesio 

Imua Crusaders!

september dates 


SEPTEMBER 10 TEACHER WORK DAY - NO SCHOOL, FAMILY FUN NIGHT 5:00 PM (see flyer in "House System News" section for more info.)



drop off,pick up & parking guidelines

Student safety is our number one priority, so please adhere to the drop-off, pick-up, and parking guidelines. Students are only to be dropped off and picked up in the designated area. Parents who do not comply with our guidelines will have to pick up their children from the school office after school. Guidelines are available in this newsletter. 



Dress Code
Grooming Standards
Drop-off:Pick-up and Parking Guidelines

safety guidelines & protocols 

Sacred Hearts School Faculty & Staff are committed to the safety and wellbeing of parents, students, and all of its school community. We were successful the previous year by following strict protocols and procedures to keep children safe, and we will continue to do so. Here is a video we shared prior to reopening for the 2019-2020 school year. 

Please contact the school office for more information or questions at (808) 661-4720.

2021-2022 Parent & Student Guidelines

Safe Environment Resources 


school office information

Aloha from the front office staff,

Office hours are Monday - Friday except holidays from 7:15 am - 3:00 pm. If you reach us after hours, please send an email or call the office and leave a voicemail (808) 661-4720. 

Please email your hearts hours to Ms. Crysta and she will log hours into FACTS for you.  

Click the images below to send an email to Ms. Caroline Brown, Front Office & Teacher Assistant or Ms. Crysta Kosianowski, Lead Health Aid and High School Facilitator.  


2021-2022 Sacred Hearts School & ELC Calendar
Dennis Uniform Information




Office of admissions & development

Send Ms.Yvette an email

Call the school office to make an appointment to meet with Mrs. Yvette Richard for any of your registration questions and concerns. Click on the image to the left to send an email. 

Refer a family and earn a $500 tuition credit.To register, simply go to your family portal, and on the left, scroll down to Enroll/Re-enroll and follow the prompts.  

We Are Relaunching The Brick Legacy Campaign!

"I visit my brick at school when I feel homesick,” quotes a kindergartener fondly of his brick that reads “I Love You More…” after his favorite bedtime book. 

This brick and others just as special are located in the Sacred Hearts School courtyard and are known as the Brick Legacy Walk, a campaign that originally began in 2013 to celebrate the school's 150th  Anniversary and continues on today as a way for anyone to be able to leave a lasting legacy. Proceeds from the Bricks will go to help grow the HEARTS Annual Fund. The Fall Campaign will run from Friday September 2, 2021 to Friday November 26th 2021. Bricks ordered in this campaign will arrive just in time for the Holidays!


Sacred Hearts School's first Annual Giving Report: Time, Talent & Treasure. Thank you, middle school parents Alexis Merrill and Yvette Richard, for bringing this project to fruition. 

SHS Giving Report

2021-2022 Virtual Back to School Night 

Read about Sacred Hearts School in the news:

The Koraleski Kahua debuts at Sacred Hearts School

Pandemic tech to shape education in years to come.

Subscribe to Sacred Hearts School's Youtube channel managed by middle school parent, Luis Barreno.  

Sacred Hearts School - Promotional Video 2021 

Sacred Hearts School - Hoike 2021  


in partnership with catholic virtual  


civil air patrol program 


The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Program is available to students in the 5th - 12th grade. This program offers unique learning experiences and college scholarship opportunities. ​Email Mr. Omura at bomura@shsmaui.org for registration or more information. 

class news

The 8th grade class assisting with our beginning of the school year Mass. Living out our school's mission of nurturing a life of prayer in the Catholic tradition.

The 8th grade class assisting with our beginning of the school year Mass. Living out our school's mission of nurturing a life of prayer in the Catholic tradition.


The 8th grade class assisting with our beginning of the school year Mass. Living out our school's mission of nurturing a life of prayer in the Catholic tradition.


Congratulations to the 2nd Grade Pi'ilani for winning today's Sneaky Statue competition.


2nd grade is learning their colors in Hawaiian!

For more school news, visit our school's Facebook page or YouTube channel.

sacred hearts student council


President: Layla Merrill, Vice President: EmmaMarie Rosenthal, Treasurer: Mia Lee, Secretary: Nora Arnds, Commissioner of Sports: Justice Gonsalves & Jeremiah LayuganCommissioner of Spirit &  Activities: Brenda Cuando & Cecilia Ramos Lagunas, Commissioner of Ecology: Mahealani Rickard, Commissioner of Publicity: Stella Pogni, Commissioner of Religious Affairs: Caelin McClintock, St.Marianne House Representative: Wyatt Sharp, St. Damien House Representative: Alexander Kosianowski, Pi'ilani House Representative: Koby Lee ​​

1st Quarter 

  • Ka'anapali Beach clean up
  • Organize & Deliver Kupuna Care Packages

2nd Quarter

  • Ka'anapali Beach clean up
  • St. Nicholas Shoe Treats 
  • Turkey dinner & a drive-in movie concession stand (fundraiser)
  • Wreaths Across America
  • Breakfast with Santa Drive Thru
  • Thanksgiving Blessing Bags
  • All Saints Day dress up

3rd Quarter 

  • Ka'anapali Beach clean up
  • Operation Rice Bowl
  • Catholic Schools Week
  • Hearts Search

4th Quarter

  • Ka'anapali Beach clean up
  • Resurrection Egg Hunt 
  • St. Damien Day  

school advisory board

The school advisory board is looking for new members to support our incredible school. Our most prominent goal is to find ways to keep tuition affordable so families can continue to receive quality Catholic education. Please click on the image below to send the School Advisory Board President, Amy Sharp, an email if you are interested. The school board meets every second Thursday of the month from 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm, location to be announced.  


Campus beautification 


Uncle Howard and SHS parent volunteers extended our school hallway for more outdoor learning space.


Bathroom renovation with hands free fixtures! Mahalo Martinez 'ohana!


Classrooms received new fans and light fixtures.


Uncle Joe repaired our windows!

Faith in-formation 

Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time,

Cycle B

Sunday, September 5, 2021

First Reading
Isaiah 35:4-7a
Isaiah prophesies about God’s vindication.

Responsorial Psalm
Psalm 146:7,8-9,9-10
A song of praise to God

Second Reading
James 2:1-5
James teaches that there is to be no partiality within the Christian community.

Gospel Reading
Mark 7:31-37
Jesus restores a man’s hearing and speech.

This Sunday’s Readings

Be Opened! Ordinary Time 23B (Catholic Kids Media)

"As you gather as a family, recall a time when a family member was ill. What steps were taken to help restore this family member to health? Talk about what it feels like to care for a person who is ill, and about how it feels to be the sick person being cared for. In today’s Gospel, we hear about a time when Jesus healed a man who was deaf. Read today’s Gospel, Mark 7:31-37. Notice how the man who was cured and his friends could not honor Jesus’ request to keep quiet about Jesus’ power to heal. We continue to celebrate Jesus’ healing presence in our lives by giving thanks to God for the gift of healing and health. Conclude in prayer, thanking Jesus for the gifts of health and healing. Pray together for those who are sick. After each person is named, pray, “Jesus, heal us.”

Loyola Press - Sunday Connection


First Holy Communicants May 29, 2021

Download and complete the pdf form below for Baptism, Confirmation & Holy Communion. Submit via email or at the school office. For more information email tlolesio@shsmaui.org 


Access the Maria Lanakila Website

Maria Lanakila Mass:

Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm

Sunday 7:00 am, 8:45 am, 10:30 am & 5:30 pm

Sacred Hearts Mission Mass:

Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm

Sunday 8:00 am 

Godparents or Sponsors
RE Registration

house system news


Click on the photos above for house name information. Click on the house names to reach your Parent House Leader. Visit the 2021-2022 Virtual Back to School Night link for detailed information on House System events. 


lunch & snack menu


updated 8/9/2021

Mahalo to Uncle Juan of Penne Pasta for providing our healthy school lunch and Aunty Jo of Tepanyaki 2 Go for providing our healthy school morning snacks. 

Please note: Snack charges are now $1.50.


Hearts hours opportunity

Hearts Hours & Ho'ike Lu'au Hours are now combined for 30 volunteer service hours. Please email Ms. Crysta for more information. 

Crossing guard M-F 7:00 am to 7:50 am needed and 2:00 - 2:30 M,T,TH,F and 1:00 - 1:30 W. 

Bricks 4 kids Instructor

Chess Club Instructor 

Contact Ckosianowski@shsmaui.org

Kidz corner 

After School Music Program: 808-463-7856/808-205-3757

www.mauimusicmission.com, Ukulele, Piano and more, Ages 6-12, M & W: beginners, T & Th: Intermediate. Please arrange for these off campus programs to pick up your child and inform the teacher and office. Mahalo.

Lahaina Surf Shack After School Program

Let's be buddies