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Volume 27 Number 05  |  09/11/2020
You will be made rich in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God.
2 Corinthians 9:11

Third Grade Service

Third grade students took a moment in Friday's Morning Focus to raise awareness of the Hunger Busters food drive that they are leading. They are attempting to raise 1000 pounds of food to donate to the
Fredericksburg Food Pantry.
The "salespeople for good" practicing their pitches!

Teddy Bear Picnic

The first grade class enjoyed a beautiful picnic with their best friends!

Remembering September 11, 2001

Fifth grade students made time for a moment of silence on
Friday, September 11.

Science Rules!

In science class, seventh grade students began replicating the scientific method by writing a clear and concise lab procedure for a LEGO build so that other students can attempt to build the same thing. Students used the blue screens pictured to hide their work from fellow students so that no one would be able to see each other's builds prematurely.
Go to under "Parent Forms" and find the
"Heritage Cheer Order Form" to download.

Grammar School Gardens

The Grammar School garden is prospering thanks to all of the rainfall this week!
Mrs. Sultemeier's ninth grade Bible class practices their public speaking for chapel next week.


Mrs. Music's ninth grade music class was rewarded for accomplishing all of their in class work early by going outside and enjoying the cool weather.
Thomas Schildknecht's yearling longhorns visited second grade
for show and tell.
Fourth grade learned about the taxation system in the Revolutionary War era that sparked the American Revolution. They learned skills that a person living in the eighteenth century would have honed, like baking bread and sewing.

Fifth Grade Timelines

As part of our history curriculum, fifth graders study timelines. They presented their own personal life timelines in class on Tuesday. 
Seventh and Eighth grade music students used xylophones and movement to represent rhythmic patterns.


The College Board PSAT/NMSQT exam (for National Merit Scholarships) has been a mid-October tradition for decades. This year however, College Board is allowing schools the option of postponing the exam to Tuesday morning, January 26, 2021. Heritage School staff and upper classmen determined the extra time would be advantageous and moved our in-house event to the January date. Grades 8 - 11 parents should mark your calendars for a bigger breakfast that morning!

SAT Fall Date

The Fall administration of the In-House SAT (not PSAT) is scheduled for Wed, Sept 23, right after See You At The Pole.

All Juniors and Seniors are registered at this time. Seniors, please contact Mrs. Sauer at if you want to cancel your reservation because you will not be sending scores with college applications.

Monday, Sept 28, 6-8 PM


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2116 NW MIlitary Hwy, San Antonio

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Register and get more info at .

For virtual national college fairs:
Heritage moms, please send an email to Kelly Stone if you are interested in joining the Moms in Prayer prayer team.
Missing Library Books!

Please check your personal belongings for library books as the library is still missing 100+ of them!

under the General folder for the list of missing books. Thank you!


September 15, 8:15AM  Herzog Hall

September 17, 3:30-4:30PM  Herzog Hall

September 23, 7:15AM

September 23, 8AM

October 2


Volleyball Pictures - Logic & Varsity
September 14, 2:50PM

Varsity Volleyball vs. Kerrville Kroc
September 14, 6PM  MPAC

Football - Logic and Varsity;
Cheer, Cross Country Pictures
September 16, 2:50PM

Varsity Volleyball vs. FEAST
September 17, 6PM  MPAC

Football Scrimmage
vs. Round Rock Christian, FEAST
Austin Hill Country
September 18 7PM

Spirit Week
September 21-25

Flight Night and Fall Family Tailgate
September 25 Details TBA


Quote from Coach Shipman about the upcoming season:
"We are so thankful that we have the opportunity to play football. Varsity started with full pads on Friday, Sept 11, and we look forward to the scrimmage on the 18th. Time is of the essence. We have the scrimmage, 2 non-district games, and then head right into district play against rival Cedar Park Summit.

We look forward to seeing what God has for us on this journey. This team is embracing that we have a target on our back as we are the defending state champions. That is a great place to be, and we know that we must be prepared to take every team's best shot. We are eager and the young men have been putting in a lot of work in preparation for this season. We will strive to stand firm, not only between the white lines, but more importantly outside the white lines. You won't want to miss any of our games but particularly our home opener vs #8 UIL Leakey. It will be a treat. It is also Flight Night and Senior Night - Friday September 25th 7:30PM."
Especially at this time, use Amazon Smile at NO COST to you!
There is an extension to your internet browser that is free and simple to add that will automatically make your Amazon purchases into AmazonSmile purchases that will benefit Heritage... Remember there are zero drawbacks to using AmazonSmile, it works just as a normal Amazon transaction works, only benefits the school. When selecting the charity, search for "Heritage Family School" and we should come up close to the top of the list.


Heritage can take advantage of our partnership with Shutterfly to earn funds for our school. This is similar to Amazon Smile. Go through the links below to the Shutterfly store to  The school earns 8% for any orders placed through this storefront link.  No funds are earned through the app or the regular Shutterfly website.


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