School Notes


Contributed Photo Rhexz Arboleda, a music teacher from Neenah, introduces the Sacred Heart Catholic School community to “Move to the Groove,” a program he created to help combat obesity.

Contributed Photo WILDCAT WAY: Principal Newell Haffner joins Gresham School students honored for following the “Wildcat Way”: from left, Olivia Roe, Janay Kirkland, Landon Roe, Charlie Hoffman, Haffner, Lily Krasavage, Jaiden Maasch, Abigail Goers and Bailey Bowman.

Sacred Heart Catholic School

Students and staff at Sacred Heart Catholic School had an amazing time the afternoon and evening of Oct. 11 during a special fitness program called “Move to the Groove!”

Rhexz Arboleda is a music teacher from Neenah who created the program that targets obesity. It is being used in several elementary schools. It’s not only for children; it’s for the entire family or entire school. Move to the Groove demonstrates healthy choices to students and their families. It helps everyone understand the relationship between activity, exercise, nutrition and health. Sacred Heart works hard to educate and assist in the growth of all children, mind, body and soul. This was an important part of the school’s attempt to do just that.

Sacred Heart is so very grateful to the anonymous donor that made this program possible. For information about Sacred Heart Catholic School, call the school office at 715-526-5328.

For information on the Move to the Groove program, visit movetothegroove.org.