Daily Announcements

    Daily announcements will be listed here each morning that school is in session. Please check this page often for important information.

    Friday, September 22

    • Thank you to the BD Cheerleaders for their dedication and hard work for the SCAN (Stop Child Abuse and Neglect) dinner last night. They represented Dwenger with kindness and style. Many people commented on their professionalism with a smile. Thanks to each of you for being involved in such an important cause.
    • Congratulations to our Freshman Football team on its 29-13 victory over Carroll last night. Scoring for the Saints: Devon Tippmann, Anthony Ventruella, Adam Filler, and Quinn Gillig. Practice Saturday at 7:30 a.m.
    • Friday Night Football: Just a reminder that we are visitors at the game at Concordia tonight, so BD fans will sit on the visitor side.
    • Cross Country: Pick up your picture form from Mrs. Brady.
    • Key Club meets Monday at 7 p.m. in the Cafeteria. If you worked at Johnny Appleseed, turn in your activity verification form. Please attend to discuss upcoming service project.
    • Seniors: Next week is College Go Week. Several colleges will waive their application fee if you submit next week. (Not IU, Purdue, or Ball State) Check the Canvas Class of 2018 page for more info.
    • The following colleges will send reps next week: Monday – The University of Saint Francis, Tuesday – University of Cincinnati, and Thursday – Manchester University. See Guidance for more info or a permission slip.
    • Science Olympiad members—please attend a short meeting on Wednesday, September 27 or Thursday, September 28 from 3:02-3:12 in Room 208 to receive your event assignments. Please be prompt so the meeting can conclude on time!
    • Any student or staff member interested in becoming Catholic, please stop by Pastoral Ministry.
    • Are you a talented video editor? Saints Alive! is planning a 3-4 minute video paying tribute to a volunteer who will receive an award for his/her contribution to Bishop Dwenger through Saints Alive! The video will be played at our annual Diamond Dinner in October. You can use this project for volunteer hours for Flex service, NHS, BD Ambassador, or Saints Alive! volunteer credit. See Mrs. Horner or Mrs. Burns in the Development office if you are interested.

    Yesterday’s word was BEDIZEN, solved by Miss Murphy’s class, along with Molly Pastor, Allie Trimbur, Tori Parent, and Josh Witte

    Today’s word D E E E N T T

    Thursday, September 21

    • Congratulations to the Girls’ JV soccer team on their 6-0 victory over Snider last night. Scoring for the Lady Saints: Ivona Tadic, Hailie Markiton, Carmen Schuckel, Brittney Sotomba, CiCi Cooper, and Kaylyn Sibri.
    • Congratulations to the Boys’ soccer team on their 4-0 victory over Snider last night. Scoring goals for the Saints: Jaxon Simerman, Tobechi Eke, and Utah Bruns.
    • Freshman Football: Our pre-game meal will be at 3:15 in the Cafeteria. Conditions will be hot and humid, so be sure to drink plenty of water today.
    • Cross Country: Pick up your picture form from Mrs. Brady.
    • The Tennis Team plays Concordia tonight at Zollner Stadium at 4:30. Come celebrate senior night with Drake LaPan, Luke Maskal, and Braxton Miller at 4 p.m.
    • Today is the deadline for Driver’s Education applications. Classes start September 25.
    • French Club will meet Friday at 7:15 a.m. in Mme. Foltz’s room, room 219. We will be learning about Strasbourg. Please check your Canvas inbox for an email. On October 31, we will welcome a teacher and 7 students from Strasbourg. All are welcome to enjoy a croissant and find out about this beautiful city.
    • Key Club meets Monday at 7 p.m. in the Cafeteria. If you worked Johnny Appleseed, turn in your verification form.
    • Seniors: Next week is College Go Week. Several colleges will waive their application fee if you submit next week. (Not IU, Purdue, or Ball State) Check the Canvas Class of 2018 page for more info.
    • The following colleges will send reps next week: Monday – The University of Saint Francis, Tuesday – University of Cincinnati, and Thursday – Manchester University. See Guidance for more info or a permission slip.
    • Any student or staff member interested in becoming Catholic, please stop by Pastoral Ministry.
    • Are you a talented video editor? Saints Alive! is planning a 3-4 minute video paying tribute to a volunteer who will receive an award for his/her contribution to Bishop Dwenger through Saints Alive! The video will be played at our annual Diamond Dinner in October. You can use this project for volunteer hours for Flex service, NHS, BD Ambassador, or Saints Alive! volunteer credit. See Mrs. Horner or Mrs. Burns in the Development office if you are interested.

    No one solved yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day, so we will repeat.

    Today’s word B D E E I N Z

    Wednesday, September 20

    • PE students: 3rd and 7th period students will need their laptops for class work today.
    • French Club will meet Friday at 7:15 a.m. in Mme. Foltz’s room, room 219. We will be learning about Strasbourg. Please check your Canvas inbox for an email. On October 31, we will welcome a teacher and 7 students from Strasbourg. All are welcome to enjoy a croissant and find out about this beautiful city.
    • FBLA students interested in attending FLC in Indianapolis, please see Mrs. Weadock for details.
    • Check your email on training for altar servers and Eucharistic Ministers, which will be held Tuesday and Wednesday during all lunch periods.
    • Any student or staff member interested in becoming Catholic, please stop by Pastoral Ministry.
    • Swim and Dive Seniors: Please meet Coach Sutton and Coach Roberts after school on Wednesday for a short meeting in room 150 in the Health room.
    • Are you a talented video editor? Saints Alive! is planning a 3-4 minute video paying tribute to a volunteer who will receive an award for his/her contribution to Bishop Dwenger through Saints Alive! The video will be played at our annual Diamond Dinner in October. You can use this project for volunteer hours for Flex service, NHS, BD Ambassador, or Saints Alive! volunteer credit. See Mrs. Horner or Mrs. Burns in the Development office if you are interested.
    • The following colleges will send representatives this week: Wednesday: University of Toledo. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are just two spots left for the SAT/ACT prep class. Registration forms are on the BD web site. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Thursday is the deadline for Driver’s Education applications. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • Thanks to everyone that stopped by the Peter and the Starcatcher photo booth before the Homecoming Game last Friday night! To view your pictures, please go to the photo album located at www.facebook.com/bishopdwengerchoiranddrama

    Yesterday’s word was CARIBOU, solved by Mrs. Noble’s, Miss Harris’, Miss Murphy’s, Mr. Moyer’s and Mrs. Roberts’ classes, along with many, many others

    Today’s word B D E E I N Z

    Tuesday, September 19

    • Tonight is senior night for the Tennis team, starting at 4 p.m. at Zollner stadium. We play Concordia, and a win would give us the SAC championship. The match starts at 4:30 and we hope to see you there.
    • FBLA students interested in attending FLC in Indianapolis, please see Mrs. Weadock for details.
    • Check your email on training for altar servers and Eucharistic Ministers, which will be held Tuesday and Wednesday during all lunch periods.
    • Any student or staff member interested in becoming Catholic, please stop by Pastoral Ministry.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation breakfast Wednesday at 8:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room, room 215. Sign up with your name and what you are going to bring by her door.
    • Swim and Dive Seniors: Please meet Coach Sutton and Coach Roberts after school on Wednesday for a short meeting in room 150 in the Health room.
    • Are you a talented video editor? Saints Alive! is planning a 3-4 minute video paying tribute to a volunteer who will receive an award for his/her contribution to Bishop Dwenger through Saints Alive! The video will be played at our annual Diamond Dinner in October. You can use this project for volunteer hours for Flex service, NHS, BD Ambassador, or Saints Alive! volunteer credit. See Mrs. Horner or Mrs. Burns in the Development office if you are interested.
    • The following colleges will send representatives this week: Tuesday: Ball State, Franklin University, and University of Findley; and Wednesday: University of Toledo. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are just two spots left for the SAT/ACT prep class. Registration forms are on the BD web site. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.

    Yesterday’s word was GENERIC, solved by Mrs. Noble’s, Mr. Moyer’s and Mrs. Roberts’ classes, as well as Ryan Schreck and Mackenzie Stroud

    Today’s word A B C I O R U

    Monday, September 18

    • Congratulations to the Freshman Volleyball team on its victory at the Huntington North Invitational on Saturday. Playing for the Saints: Cecilia Garrett, Lillie Olson, Nicoletta Veracco, Allison Deshaies, Belle Hogan, Olivia Cook, Madison Woods, Lily DeArmond, Leah Leffers, and Maria Reecer.
    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Golf team on their sectional victory this weekend with a team score of 327. Sarah Frazier medaled with a 75. Brooke Kinder, Taylor Martin and Nicole Hagen tied for 3rd individually with 84’s.
    • The test center will be closed during periods 6 & 7 today and after school.
    • FBLA students interested in attending FLC in Indianapolis, please see Mrs. Weadock for details.
    • The Euell Wilson tutors leave at 3:30 today.
    • Check your email on training for altar servers and Eucharistic Ministers, which will be held Tuesday and Wednesday during all lunch periods.
    • Any student or staff member interested in becoming Catholic, please stop by Pastoral Ministry.
    • Scrabble Club meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation breakfast Wednesday at 8:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room, room 215. Sign up with your name and what you are going to bring by her door.
    • Swim and Dive Seniors: Please meet Coach Sutton and Coach Roberts after school on Wednesday for a short meeting in room 150 in the Health room.
    • Are you a talented video editor? Saints Alive! is planning a 3-4 minute video paying tribute to a volunteer who will receive an award for his/her contribution to Bishop Dwenger through Saints Alive! The video will be played at our annual Diamond Dinner in October. You can use this project for volunteer hours for Flex service, NHS, BD Ambassador, or Saints Alive! volunteer credit. See Mrs. Horner or Mrs. Burns in the Development office if you are interested.
    • The following colleges will send representatives next week: Monday, Trine and IPFW; Tuesday: Ball State, Franklin University, and University of Findley; and Wednesday: University of Toledo. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are just two spots left for the SAT/ACT prep class. Registration forms are on the BD web site. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • Thanks to everyone that stopped by the Peter and the Starcatcher photo booth before the Homecoming Game last Friday night! To view your pictures, please go to the photo album located at www.facebook.com/bishopdwengerchoiranddrama

    Friday’s word was EARSHOT, solved by Mrs. Noble’s, Ms. Yonge’s, Mrs. McTague’s, and Mrs. Roberts’ classes, as well as Justin Braselton, Megan Brady, Braden Groves, Jaeden Kidd, Jessie Clark, Dylan Dehmiri, Ava Kennedy, Derek Miller, Charlie Downey

    Today’s word C E E G I N R

    Friday, September 15

    • Congratulations to the Freshman Football Team on its 37-14 victory last night over Homestead. Scoring for the Saints were Devon Tippmann, Callan Stauffer, Brenden Lytle, Ian Romary, and Andy Filler. Sam Pesa had 3 interceptions on defense. Practice tomorrow is from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Helmets and shoulder pads only.
    • Sister Benedicta from the Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration will be in Pastoral Ministry during 4th period today. All young ladies are invited to bring their lunches and meet with her.
    • Science Olympiad—this is the final call for registration. Please give Mr. Beier your dues and paperwork today.
    • Homecoming Tailgate begins at 5 p.m. tonight. Local food trucks Ziffles, Who Cut the Cheese, Mocha Lounge, and Pizza Bomba will be there through halftime. Ron and Dylan Record will provide musical entertainment. The cast and crew of Peter and the Starcatcher will set up a Peter Pan themed photo booth, too.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation breakfast Wednesday at 7:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room, room 215. Sign up with your name and what you are going to bring by her door.
    • Swim and Dive Seniors: Please meet Coach Sutton and Coach Roberts after school on Wednesday for a short meeting in room 150 in the Health room.
    • Are you a talented video editor? Saints Alive! is planning a 3-4 minute video paying tribute to a volunteer who will receive an award for his/her contribution to Bishop Dwenger through Saints Alive! The video will be played at our annual Diamond Dinner in October. You can use this project for volunteer hours for Flex service, NHS, BD Ambassador, or Saints Alive! volunteer credit. See Mrs. Horner or Mrs. Burns in the Development office if you are interested.
    • The following colleges will send representatives next week: Monday, Trine and IPFW; Tuesday: Ball State, Franklin University, and University of Findley; and Wednesday: University of Toledo. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are just two spots left for the SAT/ACT prep class. Registration forms are on the BD web site. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • The University of Notre Dame will host Notre Dame night tonight at 7 p.m. in the Library. This is open to any student interested in attending Notre Dame and his/her parents. See Guidance for more info.
    • Community Harvest is looking for help to pick fruit Saturday from 10 to 2 p.m. Check your email or see Mrs. Yorke for more info.

    Yesterday’s word was CAHOOTS, solved by Mrs. Noble’s and Mrs. Roberts’ classes, as well as Braden Groves, Derek Miller, Megan Brady, Molly Pastor, Justin Braselton

    Today’s word: A E H O R S T

    Thursday, September 14

    • Science Olympiad—this is the final call for registration. Please give Mr. Beier your dues and paperwork by Friday.
    • Are you a talented video editor? Saints Alive! is planning a 3-4 minute video paying tribute to a volunteer who will receive an award for his/her contribution to Bishop Dwenger through Saints Alive! The video will be played at our annual Diamond Dinner in October. You can use this project for volunteer hours for Flex service, NHS, BD Ambassador, or Saints Alive! volunteer credit. See Mrs. Horner or Mrs. Burns in the Development office if you are interested.
    • The following colleges will send representatives next week: Monday, Trine and IPFW; Tuesday: Ball State, Franklin University, and University of Findley; and Wednesday: University of Toledo. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • The University of Notre Dame will host Notre Dame night tonight at 7 p.m. in the Library. This is open to any student interested in attending Notre Dame and his/her parents. See Guidance for more info.
    • Community Harvest is looking for help to pick fruit Saturday from 10 to 2 p.m. Check your email or see Mrs. Yorke for more info.

    Yesterday’s word was BANSHEE, solved by Mr. Chenowith’s, Ms. Murphy’s, Mrs. Noble’s, Miss Hayes and Mr. Moyer’s classes, as well as Maggie Wright, Lily DeArmond, Joseph Baez, Mackenzie Stroud, Sam Eagan, Abbie Gillig, Raul Trujillo, James Blume, Mason Coffee, and Megan Strack

    Today’s word: A C H O O S T

    Wednesday, September 13

    • The following colleges will send representatives next week: Monday, Trine and IPFW; Tuesday: Ball State, Franklin University, and University of Findley; and Wednesday: University of Toledo. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • There will be a Rosary for Life at 7:25 a.m. Thursday with a short Saints for Life meeting afterward in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • Tournament Day is Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. The only lunch that day is NHS pizza lunch. No lunch cards or money will be accepted in line. Tickets for this lunch can be purchased in the cafeteria at the table under the Tuffy mural for $3 this week and $4 Monday and Tuesday of Homecoming week. If the cost of the lunch concerns you, please see Mrs. Moilanen in Guidance. Beverages and bake sale items will be available for 50 cents each.
    • The University of Notre Dame will host Notre Dame night on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Library. This is open to any student interested in attending Notre Dame and his/her parents. See Guidance for more info.
    • Community Harvest is looking for help to pick fruit Saturday from 10 to 2 p.m. Check your email or see Mrs. Yorke for more info.

    Yesterday’s word was EARDRUM, solved by Mr. Chenowith’s, Mrs. Roberts’, Mrs. Noble’s, and Mr. Moyer’s classes, as well as Derek Miller, Michael Fabini, Jason Kochanski, Brenda Hernandez, Landon Raboteau, Lily DeArmond, Maggie Wright, Daniel Swinehart, Collin Kinniry, Nikki Trout, Helen Didier, Andy Myers, Dominic Minnich, Joseph Cromp, Abbie Heck, Chris Raines

    Today’s word: A B E E H S N

    Tuesday, September 12

    • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on their victory over Wayne last night 5-0. They play at Southside tonight. Good luck.
    • Boys’ Rugby practice has been moved to our BD field today from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
    • SADD meets tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Softball players: Open field today will be from 3:20 to 5 p.m. at Queen of Angels.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Seniors with college classes in the afternoon: See Miss McGuire if you wish to participate in Tournament Day activities.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • Tournament Day is Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. The only lunch that day is NHS pizza lunch. No lunch cards or money will be accepted in line. Tickets for this lunch can be purchased in the cafeteria at the table under the Tuffy mural for $3 this week and $4 Monday and Tuesday of Homecoming week. If the cost of the lunch concerns you, please see Mrs. Moilanen in Guidance. Beverages and bake sale items will be available for 50 cents each.
    • The University of Notre Dame will host Notre Dame night on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Library. This is open to any student interested in attending Notre Dame and his/her parents. See Guidance for more info.
    • Community Harvest is looking for help to pick fruit Saturday from 10 to 2 p.m. Check your email or see Mrs. Yorke for more info.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was A D E M R R U. No one solved, so we will repeat.

    Monday, September 11

    • Congratulations to the tennis team on their victory over Warren Central Friday, 5-0. JV team won 4-1. They play at Wayne tonight. Good luck, guys.
    • Cross Country girls placed 3rd and boys placed 4th in their varsity meet. JV boys and girls both placed 2nd. 39 out of 86 runners achieved lifetime personal records. The teams will compete at West Noble this weekend.
    • Congratulations to Girls’ Golf on their SAC Conference victory this weekend with a score of 3316. Sarah Frazier led the team with a conference record score of 70. Nicole Hagen, Brooke Kinder, Taylor Martin, and Sarah Frazier all made All-Conference.
    • Boys’ soccer won over Wayne Saturday. Varsity won 3-1 and JV had a 3-0 shutout. Varsity will play Carroll tonight at 6:30 here at BD. Come show your spirit and support our Saints.
    • Euell Wilson tutors leave at 3:30 today and return at 5:30. You must have permission slip to ride the bus.
    • Key Club meets today at 3:15 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Girls’ Rugby has a change in practice location. Practice will be at North Leo Mennonite Church, 15419 St. Rd. 1 in Leo.
    • Science Olympiad online registration and activity choices are due today. If you missed the Science Olympiad callout, registration packets are still available from Mr. Beier in Room 208.
    • Scrabble Club meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 123. Please attend so we can finalize plans for Friday’s pep session.
    • Volunteers are needed for all school mass on Tuesday. Sign up in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Seniors with college classes in the afternoon: See Miss McGuire if you wish to participate in Tournament Day activities.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • Tournament Day is Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. The only lunch that day is NHS pizza lunch. No lunch cards or money will be accepted in line. Tickets for this lunch can be purchased in the cafeteria at the table under the Tuffy mural for $3 this week and $4 Monday and Tuesday of Homecoming week. If the cost of the lunch concerns you, please see Mrs. Moilanen in Guidance. Beverages and bake sale items will be available for 50 cents each.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was

    TONTINE, solved by Mrs. Roberts’ class, along Braden Groves, Jacob Lehrman, and Nancy Le.

    Today’s word: A D E M R R U

    Friday, September 8

    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Golf team on their victory over Northrop. Sarah Frazier led the team with a 35, Nichole Hagen and Brooke Kinder both had 39, Taylor Martin had a 40 and Ashley Martin had a 45.
    • Congratulations to the Freshman Football team on its victory last night over South Side, 31-8. Scoring for the Saints were Devon Tippmann, Brendon Lytle, Michael Finley, Sam Pesa, Eli Hilger, and Andy Filler. Practice is at 7:30 a.m. Saturday.
    • Congratulations to our Homecoming Court: Anna Getty, Ava Kennedy, Emary Koehl, Allie Strzelecki, Emily Shearer, Chip Clark, Dylan Dehmiri, Adam Lightner, Eddie Morris, and Colin Stroud. Students may vote on Canvas Monday for King and Queen.
    • Science Olympiad online registration and activity choices are due by Monday, September 11. If you missed the Science Olympiad callout, registration packets are still available from Mr. Beier in Room 208.
    • Volunteers are needed for all school mass on Tuesday. Sign up in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Anderson and Purdue University will be here today. For more info or if you need a permission slip, see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance. You can also check Canvas for a list of college representatives’ visits.
    • Seniors with college classes in the afternoon: See Miss McGuire if you wish to participate in Tournament Day activities.
    • Key Club meets Monday at 3:15 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • Tournament Day is Wednesday, September 13 from 1 to 3 p.m. The only lunch that day is NHS pizza lunch. No lunch cards or money will be accepted in line. Tickets for this lunch can be purchased in the cafeteria at the table under the Tuffy mural for $3 this week and $4 Monday and Tuesday of Homecoming week. If the cost of the lunch concerns you, please see Mrs. Moilanen in Guidance. Beverages and bake sale items will be available for 50 cents each.

    Wednesday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was OPTIMUM, solved by Mrs. Roberts’, Mrs. McTague’s, and Ms. Harris’ classes, along with Megan Brady, Jaeden Kidd, Nick Combs, Landon Raboteau, Katie Peters, Kyle Baldwin, Brenda Hernandez, Jacob Pranger, Landon Huston, Grant Sorg, Luke Woenker, Nick Holder

    Today’s word: E I N N O T T

    Wednesday, September 6

    • Science Olympiad online registration and activity choices are due by Monday, September 11. If you missed the Science Olympiad callout, registration packets are still available from Mr. Beier in Room 208.
    • Anybody who wants to learn a new card game or already loves to play Magic the Gathering, come to room 207, Mr. Tomlinson’s room Wednesday after school.
    • Swim and Dive Team is having a callout meeting after school today in room 150, the Health Room. If you are currently in a fall sport, stop by the AD office for more info about swim and dive.
    • Project Linus meets today and every Wednesday after school until 4 p.m. in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213. All are welcome, no experience required.
    • Sale of Homecoming 2017 T-shirts will take place Tuesday and Wednesday before and after school outside the front office and during lunch. Cost is $10 for size S/M/L and $12 for XL/XXL.
    • Picture retakes are today during all lunch periods in the SAC lobby. You must bring back the original picture packet to have your picture retaken.
    • Spanish Club has its first conversation dinner tonight at Cebolla’s on Fernhill Avenue (behind Glenbrook Mall) at 6:30 p.m. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Wednesday, Indiana University and Indiana State University. Anderson and Purdue University will be here Friday. For more info or if you need a permission slip, see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance. You can also check Canvas for a list of college representatives’ visits.
    • Study tables will are open to all students and are held each Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 4 p.m. in room 140, the Resource Room.
    • FBLA meets Friday at 7:20 a.m.in the SAC gym. This is the first sign in meeting and $15 dues need to be turned in with membership form.
    • Seniors with college classes in the afternoon: See Miss McGuire if you wish to participate in Tournament Day activities.
    • Key Club meets Monday at 3:15 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • Tournament Day is Wednesday, September 13 from 1 to 3 p.m. The only lunch that day is NHS pizza lunch. No lunch cards or money will be accepted in line. Tickets for this lunch can be purchased in the cafeteria at the table under the Tuffy mural for $3 this week and $4 Monday and Tuesday of Homecoming week. If the cost of the lunch concerns you, please see Mrs. Moilanen in Guidance. Beverages and bake sale items will be available for 50 cents each.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was NINEPIN, solved by Mrs. Roberts’ class, along with Derek Miller, Brayden Groves, Landon Huston, Luke Woenker, Jacob Pranger, Landon Parrish, Danny Kimes, Abby Strack

    Today’s word: IMMOPTU

    Tuesday, September 5

    • Congratulations to the Boys’ and Girls’ teams for the competition at the Marian Invitational at Indiana Weslyan University. The girls finished 6th and the boys finished third.
    • The Boys’ Tennis Team plays rival Bishop Luers tonight at 5:15 at Zollner. This could be for the conference title. Lots of fan support would be appreciated. Good luck, Tennis Team.
    • Anybody who wants to learn a new card game or already loves to play Magic the Gathering, come to room 207, Mr. Tomlinson’s room on Wednesday after school.
    • Sale of Homecoming 2017 T-shirts will take place Tuesday and Wednesday before and after school outside the front office and during lunch. Cost is $10 for size S/M/L and $12 for XL/XXL.
    • Picture retakes are Wednesday, September 6 during all lunch periods in the SAC lobby. You must bring back the original picture packet to have your picture retaken.
    • Spanish Club has its first conversation dinner on Wednesday, September 6 at Cebolla’s on Fernhill Avenue (behind Glenbrook Mall) at 6:30 p.m. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Tuesday, September 5, Marian University; Wednesday, Indiana University and Indiana State University. For more info or if you need a permission slip, see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance. You can also check Canvas for a list of college representatives’ visits.
    • All yearbook staff will meet after school Tuesday, September 5, in room 104. There will be no morning meeting in the library.
    • Study tables will begin on tonight. They are open to all students and are held each Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 4 p.m. in room 140, the Resource Room.
    • Swim and Dive Team is having a callout meeting after school Wednesday, September 6 in room 150, the Health Room. If you are currently in a fall sport, stop by the AD office for more info about swim and dive.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • Tournament Day is Wednesday, September 13 from 1 to 3 p.m. The only lunch that day is NHS pizza lunch. No lunch cards or money will be accepted in line. Tickets for this lunch can be purchased in the cafeteria at the table under the Tuffy mural for $3 this week and $4 Monday and Tuesday of Homecoming week. If the cost of the lunch concerns you, please see Mrs. Moilanen in Guidance. Beverages and bake sale items will be available for 50 cents each.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was MACABRE, solved by Mrs. Roberts’ and Mr. Kenny’s class, along with Jacob Grimm, Paddy Pierson, Nick Combs, Landon Huston, Luke Woenker, and Jacob Pranger

    Today’s word: E I I N N N P

    Friday, September 1

    • Over 100 students have not claimed their yearbooks. Please see Mrs. Schriner in the Library to collect yours.
    • Anybody who wants to learn a new card game or already loves to play Magic the Gathering, come to room 207, Mr. Tomlinson’s room on Friday after school.
    • Sale of Homecoming 2017 T-shirts will take place Tuesday and Wednesday before and after school outside the front office and during lunch. Cost is $10 for size S/M/L and $12 for XL/XXL.
    • Picture retakes are Wednesday, September 6 during all lunch periods in the SAC lobby. You must bring back the original picture packet to have your picture retaken.
    • Spanish Club has its first conversation dinner on Wednesday, September 6 at Cebolla’s on Fernhill Avenue (behind Glenbrook Mall) at 6:30 p.m. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • The following colleges will be here next week: Tuesday, September 5, Marian University; Wednesday, Indiana University and Indiana State University. For more info or if you need a permission slip, see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance. You can also check Canvas for a list of college representatives’ visits.
    • All yearbook staff will meet after school Tuesday, September 5, in room 104. There will be no morning meeting in the library.
    • Study tables will begin on Tuesday, September 5. They are held each Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 4 p.m. in room 140, the Resource Room.
    • Swim and Dive Team is having a callout meeting after school Wednesday, September 6 in room 150, the Health Room. If you are currently in a fall sport, stop by the AD office for more info about swim and dive.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was GOSHAWK, solved by Miss Murphy’s class, along with Tori Parent, Miah Henry, Nick Combs, Paddy Pierson, Landon Huston, Grant Sorg, Dominic Minnich

    Today’s word: A A B C E M R

    Thursday, August 31

    • Over 100 students have not claimed their yearbooks. Please see Mrs. Schriner in the Library to collect yours.
    • Any young men not involved in a fall sport and interested in playing basketball – meet Thursday at 3:10 in the Weight Room.
    • All men interested in wrestling and not in a fall sport should meet Thursday at 3:05 in the multi purpose room. We will discuss open mat opportunities and conditioning and weight training sessions as well.
    • Anybody who wants to learn a new card game or already loves to play Magic the Gathering, come to room 207, Mr. Tomlinson’s room on Friday after school.
    • Softball players, make sure you accept the invitation to the softball Canvas page.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • The Science Olympiad team will hold 2 callout sessions immediately after school from 3:00-3:20 PM on Wednesday August 30 and Thursday, August 31 in Room 208. Plan to attend ONE session. Information packets and sign up forms will be available and past members will answer your questions about our awesome club!
    • The following colleges will be here next week: Tuesday, September 5, Marian University; Wednesday, Indiana University and Indiana State University. For more info or if you need a permission slip, see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance. You can also check Canvas for a list of college representatives’ visits.
    • All yearbook staff will meet after school Tuesday, September 5, in room 104. There will be no morning meeting in the library.
    • Study tables will begin on Tuesday, September 5. They are held each Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 4 p.m. in room 140, the Resource Room.
    • Swim and Dive Team is having a callout meeting after school Wednesday, September 6 in room 150, the Health Room. If you are currently in a fall sport, stop by the AD office for more info about swim and dive.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was EPICURE, solved by Miss Murphy’s class, along with Christopher Svitek, Nick Combs, Andrew Oulette, Landon Parrish, Jacob Pranger, Dominic Minnich, Derek Miller, and Harrison Howe

    Today’s word: A G H K O S W

    Wednesday, August 30

    • Over 100 students have not claimed their yearbooks.  Please see Mrs. Schriner in the Library to collect yours.
    • Any young men not involved in a fall sport and interested in playing basketball – meet Thursday at 3:10 in the Weight Room.
    • All men interested in wrestling and not in a fall sport should meet Thursday at 3:05 in the multi purpose room. We will discuss open mat opportunities and conditioning and weight training sessions as well.
    • Golden Trumpet is for anyone interested in reporting, editing, taking pictures, or just looking to join a fun club. We’ll have a callout meeting Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in Mr. Curtis’ room, room 101. All are welcome.
    • Spanish Club meets Thursday in Sra. Voelker’s room at 7:25 a.m.
    • FBLA will have another callout meeting Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 115. If you are interested in FBLA but couldn’t attend the first meeting, please attend on Thursday.
    • Softball players, make sure you accept the invitation to the softball Canvas page.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • The Science Olympiad team will hold 2 callout sessions immediately after school from 3:00-3:20 PM on Wednesday August 30 and Thursday, August 31 in Room 208. Plan to attend ONE session. Information packets and sign up forms will be available and past members will answer your questions about our awesome club!
    • We will take a collection for Hurricane Harvey relief through Catholic Charities Tuesday and Wednesday during second period. Please be generous.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was LIFTOFF, solved by Mrs. Brady’s, Mr. Kenny’s, Mrs. Roberts’, Miss Murphy’s, and Mrs. Maloney’s 2nd period classes, along with Mrs. Wheeler, Drew Nuerge, Nick Combs, Faith Taylor, Luke Miller, Jackie Miles, Evelin Chavez, Paddy Pierson, Luke Woenker, Jacob Pranger, Landon Huston, Daniel Cava, Evan DeGroote, Noah Maskal, and Abbie Heck

    Today’s word: C E E I P R U   

    Tuesday, August 29

    • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on their victory over Bluffton last night, 3-2. Andrew Nuerge, Luke Maskal, Braxton Miller, and Nathan Busch all won their matches. JV also won. Good job, Tennis Team.
    • Both Boys’ and Girls’ Soccer games are cancelled this afternoon.
    • SADD meets Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Golden Trumpet is for anyone interested in reporting, editing, taking pictures, or just looking to join a fun club. We’ll have a callout meeting Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in Mr. Curtis’ room, room 101. All are welcome.
    • Spanish Club meets Thursday in Sra. Voelker’s room at 7:25 a.m.
    • FBLA will have another callout meeting Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 115. If you are interested in FBLA but couldn’t attend the first meeting, please attend on Thursday.
    • Softball players, make sure you accept the invitation to the softball Canvas page.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Poetry Club will have its callout meeting Tuesday after school in Mrs. Peters’ room, room 103. Come for snacks, reading, writing, and sharing poetry.
    • The Science Olympiad team will hold 2 callout sessions immediately after school from 3:00-3:20 PM on Wednesday August 30 and Thursday, August 31 in Room 208. Plan to attend ONE session. Information packets and sign up forms will be available and past members will answer your questions about our awesome club!
    • We will take a collection for Hurricane Harvey relief through Catholic Charities Tuesday and Wednesday during second period. Please be generous.
    • Bowling Team tryouts are tonight from 3:30 to 5 at ProBowl West on Goshen Road. Boys and girls are welcome, no bowling skills needed.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was JUBILEE, solved by Mr. Tomlinson’s, Mr. Kenny’s, Miss Wolf’s, Mrs. Noble’s, Mrs. Maloney’s and Mrs. Walker’s 2nd period classes, along with many others.

    Today’s word: F F F I L O T   

    Monday, August 28

    • Congratulations to Boys’ JV Soccer on their victory over Canterbury 8-0.
    • Boys’ Tennis lost a hard-fought match Saturday to Richmond 3-2, then turned around and defeated Muncie Burris 5-0. Luke Maskal, Drake LaPan, and Adam Yaggy all won. They play at Bluffton tonight. Good luck.
    • The bus for Euell Wilson tutors leaves today at 3:30 p.m. from the front office entrance and returns by 5:30 p.m. Have permission slips returned to Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry by 3 p.m. to ride the bus.
    • Key Club meets tonight at 7 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Saint Mother Teresa Club meets tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Scrabble Club meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204.
    • Softball players, make sure you accept the invitation to the softball Canvas page. We will have a short meeting after school in room 103 to go over fall open fields and conditioning.
    • Juniors and Seniors: SAT/ACT prep registration forms are on the BD website. Classes start September 19. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady if you have any questions.
    • Spirit Club meets tomorrow at 7:15 a.m. in room 123. You can still join, even if you missed the first meeting. We will be working on the Homecoming pep session.
    • Poetry Club will have its callout meeting Tuesday after school in Mrs. Peters’ room, room 103. Come for snacks, reading, writing, and sharing poetry.
    • The Science Olympiad team will hold 2 callout sessions immediately after school from 3:00-3:20 PM on Wednesday August 30 and Thursday, August 31 in Room 208. Plan to attend ONE session. Information packets and sign up forms will be available and past members will answer your questions about our awesome club!
    • We will take a collection for Hurricane Harvey relief through Catholic Charities Tuesday and Wednesday during second period. Please be generous.
    • NHS meets tomorrow at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Bowling Team tryouts are tonight and tomorrow from 3:30 to 5 at ProBowl West on Goshen Road. Boys and girls are welcome, no bowling skills needed.
    • We are looking for talented artists to design our 2017 Homecoming T-shirt. Some rules for design: Only a digital version of Tuffy may be used. For electronic files of the images please contact the Development Office. Only renderings produced on blank white paper will be considered. All renderings are expected to be respectful, modest in nature, and appeal to the community at large. All designs must be submitted in a black-outline format. Additional color versions may be submitted for consideration, but may be cost prohibitive to produce. Final approval is at the discretion of the Bishop Dwenger Development Office and Administration. Entries are due to Mrs. Bennett by Friday, August 25th.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was EXPIATE, solved by Ms. Metts 2nd period class, along with Erika Mara, Emma Pillie, Evelin Chavez, Nick Combs, Julian Walter, Mr. Chenowith, Anthony Palermo, Brenda Hernandez, and Mrs. Noble

    Today’s word: B E E I J L U   

    Friday, August 25

    • Congratulations to our Tennis Team on defeating Snider last night 4-1.
    • Congratulations to the Freshman Football Team who defeated Wayne last night, 30-0. Scoring for the Saints: Devon Tippmann, Anthony Ventruella, Michael Finley, Brendon Lytle, Quinn Gillig, and Andy Filler. Practice tomorrow is 7:30 a.m.
    • We are looking for talented artists to design our 2017 Homecoming T-shirt. Some rules for design: Only a digital version of Tuffy may be used. For electronic files of the images please contact the Development Office. Only renderings produced on blank white paper will be considered. All renderings are expected to be respectful, modest in nature, and appeal to the community at large. All designs must be submitted in a black-outline format. Additional color versions may be submitted for consideration, but may be cost prohibitive to produce. Final approval is at the discretion of the Bishop Dwenger Development Office and Administration. Entries are due to Mrs. Bennett by Friday, August 25th.
    • The bus for Euell Wilson tutors leaves Monday at 3:30 p.m. from the front office entrance and returns by 5:30 p.m. Have permission slips returned to Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry by 3 p.m. to ride the bus.
    • Key Club meets Monday at 7 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was FORESAW, solved by Miss Wolf’s, Mr. Kenny’s, and Mrs. Maloney’s 2nd period classes, along with Evan DeGroote, Gabriel Tippmann, Anthony Palermo, Mary Carroll, Evelin Chavez, Joseph Toliver, Brenda Hernandez, Julian Walter, Nick Combs, Paddy Pierson, Mrs. Wheeler, and Abby Strack

    Today’s word: A E E I P T X   

    Thursday, August 24

    • Spanish Club meets Friday at 7:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room, room 215.
    • We are looking for talented artists to design our 2017 Homecoming T-shirt. Some rules for design: Only a digital version of Tuffy may be used. For electronic files of the images please contact the Development Office. Only renderings produced on blank white paper will be considered. All renderings are expected to be respectful, modest in nature, and appeal to the community at large. All designs must be submitted in a black-outline format. Additional color versions may be submitted for consideration, but may be cost prohibitive to produce. Final approval is at the discretion of the Bishop Dwenger Development Office and Administration. Entries are due to Mrs. Bennett by Friday, August 25th.
    • Euell Wilson bus permission slips are now available. Our first Monday to tutor and read to the children is August 28 from 3:30 to 5:30. See Mrs. Yorke for more info.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.
    • Please support our Dwenger Drama Saints this Saturday, at the downtown Taste of the Arts, as they perform an original one-act comedy. Catholic School for Dummies is about the trials, tribulations and stereotypes of today’s Catholic Schools. The performance is FREE and will take place in the Auer Center for Art’s Black Box Theatre at 5pm, Saturday, August 26.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was PYRAMID, solved by Mr. Nathan Conroy and Mrs. Derheimer.

    Today’s word: A E F O R S W   

    Wednesday, August 23

    • Congratulations to the Volleyball team, WANE-TV’s team of the week, for their 15-10 victory over Leo last night. Come support the Lady Saints Thursday at home against Heritage!
    • Rosary Club will meet for the first time today during all lunch periods in the SAC. Bring your lunch down and learn to make a twine rosary.
    • Want to play or learn to play Magic the Gathering? A new club is forming and will meet today at 3:15 p.m. in Mr. Tomlinson’s room, room 207.
    • Book Club meets at 7:20 a.m. in Mrs. Isch’s room, room 105 on Thursday.
    • SADD will have its callout meeting Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • FBLA has a callout meeting on Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 115, Mrs. Weadock’s room.
    • Spanish Club meets Friday at 7:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room, room 215.
    • We are looking for talented artists to design our 2017 Homecoming T-shirt. Some rules for design: Only a digital version of Tuffy may be used. For electronic files of the images please contact the Development Office. Only renderings produced on blank white paper will be considered. All renderings are expected to be respectful, modest in nature, and appeal to the community at large. All designs must be submitted in a black-outline format. Additional color versions may be submitted for consideration, but may be cost prohibitive to produce. Final approval is at the discretion of the Bishop Dwenger Development Office and Administration. Entries are due to Mrs. Bennett by Friday, August 25th.
    • Euell Wilson bus permission slips are now available. Our first Monday to tutor and read to the children is August 28 from 3:30 to 5:30. See Mrs. Yorke for more info.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day, courtesy of Anthony Palermo: A D I M P R Y

    Tuesday, August 22

    • Boys’ Rugby practice begins today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the IPFW field across from the tennis courts.
    • Key Club meets today at 2:40 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Speech Team will have its callout meeting today after school in room 209. Join us as were pursue our third consecutive sectional title this season.
    • Rosary Club will meet for the first time Wednesday during all lunch periods in the SAC. Bring your lunch down and learn to make a twine rosary.
    • Want to play or learn to play Magic the Gathering? A new club is forming and will meet Wednesday at 3:15 p.m. in Mr. Tomlinson’s room, room 207.
    • Book Club meets at 7:20 a.m. in Mrs. Isch’s room, room 105 on Thursday.
    • FBLA has a callout meeting on Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 115, Mrs. Weadock’s room.
    • Spanish Club meets Friday at 7:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room, room 215.
    • We are looking for talented artists to design our 2017 Homecoming T-shirt. Some rules for design: Only a digital version of Tuffy may be used. For electronic files of the images please contact the Development Office. Only renderings produced on blank white paper will be considered. All renderings are expected to be respectful, modest in nature, and appeal to the community at large. All designs must be submitted in a black-outline format. Additional color versions may be submitted for consideration, but may be cost prohibitive to produce. Final approval is at the discretion of the Bishop Dwenger Development Office and Administration. Entries are due to Mrs. Bennett by Friday, August 25th.
    • Euell Wilson bus permission slips are now available. Our first Monday to tutor and read to the children is August 28 from 3:30 to 5:30. See Mrs. Yorke for more info.
    • Driver’s Education applications are available in the rack outside the Main Office. Classes start September 25. This year the classroom portion doesn’t meet on Fridays.

    Monday, August 21

    • Congratulations to the Marching Saints who won ISSMA Gold at the Summer Showcase in Tipton Saturday.
    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Cross Country has a team meeting in room 102, Mrs. Brady’s room, starting at 3:20. Be changed for practice.
    • Volunteers are needed for all school mass Tuesday to celebrate our patron Mary-Queen of all Saints. Sign up in Campus Ministry. Collection is for the World Apostolate of Fatima.
    • Euell Wilson bus permission slips are now available. Our first Monday to tutor and read to the children is August 28 from 3:30 to 5:30. See Mrs. Yorke for more info.
    • The Marching Saints are looking for two more students to join. You need not play an instrument, these are interactive parts on the field. You would need to attend a few practices a week and contest on Saturday. Please see Mr. Cochran.
    • Yearbooks are in the library and may be picked up after school.
    • If you didn’t order a yearbook last year, there are a limited number available for purchase from Mrs. Bouza in Attendance for $50.
    • Yearbook callout meeting is Monday, August 21, in the Library after school. If you want to join but can’t make the meeting, please email Mrs. Schriner or Mrs. Isch.
    • NHS will meet Tuesday, August 22 at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria. All members must attend. Check your Canvas account for more info.
    • Scrabble Club meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204, Mrs. Noble’s room.
    • Spirit Club has a callout meeting Tuesday, August 22 at 7:15 a.m. in room 123. We sponsor pep rallies, work closely with Student Government to plan Homecoming and Snowcoming, cheer at games, support the Saintuary, the Flag Squad, and cheerleaders, and are also one of the driving forces behind school-wide projects and events.
    • Key Club meets Tuesday, August 22, at 2:40 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Speech Team will have its callout meeting Tuesday, August 22, after school in room 209. Join us as were pursue our third consecutive sectional title this season.
    • Rosary Club will meet for the first time Wednesday during all lunch periods in the SAC. Bring your lunch down and learn to make a twine rosary.
    • We are looking for talented artists to design our 2017 Homecoming T-shirt. Some rules for design: Only a digital version of Tuffy may be used. For electronic files of the images please contact the Development Office. Only renderings produced on blank white paper will be considered. All renderings are expected to be respectful, modest in nature, and appeal to the community at large. All designs must be submitted in a black-outline format. Additional color versions may be submitted for consideration, but may be cost prohibitive to produce. Final approval is at the discretion of the Bishop Dwenger Development Office and Administration. Entries are due to Mrs. Bennett by Friday, August 25th.

    Friday, August 18

    • Congratulations to the Tennis team, who defeated DeKalb last night by a score of 4-1. Andrew Nuerge, Brayden LaPan, Luke Maskal, Braxton Miller, and Nathan Busch all won their matches. Good luck this weekend. 
    • Volunteers are needed for all school mass Tuesday to celebrate our patron Mary-Queen of all Saints. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • Euell Wilson bus permission slips are now available. Our first Monday to tutor and read to the children is August 28 from 3:30 to 5:30. See Mrs. Yorke for more info.
    • The Marching Saints are looking for two more students to join. You need not play an instrument, these are interactive parts on the field. You would need to attend a few practices a week and contest on Saturday. Please see Mr. Cochran.
    • Yearbooks are in the library and may be picked up after school.
    • If you didn’t order a yearbook last year, there are a limited number available for purchase from Mrs. Bouza in Attendance for $50.
    • Yearbook callout meeting is Monday, August 21, in the Library after school. If you want to join but can’t make the meeting, please email Mrs. Schriner or Mrs. Isch.
    • NHS will meet Tuesday, August 22 at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria. All members must attend. Check your Canvas account for more info.
    • Spirit Club has a callout meeting Tuesday, August 22 at 7:15 a.m. in room 123. We sponsor pep rallies, work closely with Student Government to plan Homecoming and Snowcoming, cheer at games, support the Saintuary, the Flag Squad, and cheerleaders, and were are also one of the driving forces behind school-wide projects and events.
    • Key Club meets Tuesday, August 22, at 2:40 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Speech Team will have its callout meeting Tuesday, August 22, after school in room 209. Join us as were pursue our third consecutive sectional title this season.
    • We are looking for talented artists to design our 2017 Homecoming T-shirt. Some rules for design: Only a digital version of Tuffy may be used. For electronic files of the images please contact the Development Office. Only renderings produced on blank white paper will be considered. All renderings are expected to be respectful, modest in nature, and appeal to the community at large. All designs must be submitted in a black-outline format. Additional color versions may be submitted for consideration, but may be cost prohibitive to produce. Final approval is at the discretion of the Bishop Dwenger Development Office and Administration. Entries are due to Mrs. Bennett by Friday, August 25th.

    Thursday, August 17

    • Confessions begin during all lunch periods today.
    • Volunteers are needed for all school mass Tuesday to celebrate our patron Mary-Queen of all Saints. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • The Marching Saints are looking for two more students to join. You need not play an instrument, these are interactive parts on the field. You would need to attend a few practices a week and contest on Saturday. Please see Mr. Cochran.
    • Yearbooks are in the library and may be picked up after school as follows: Seniors on Monday, Juniors on Tuesday, and Sophomores on Wednesday. If you can’t make it on your scheduled day, you can come Thursday or Friday. Please do not come other times to ask for your yearbook.
    • There's a meeting for anyone interested in going out for girls' basketball today at 3:15 p.m. in the Cafeteria. We will discuss conditioning and practices. Girls who played in summer league need to turn in their jerseys.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 a.m. in room 219, Mme. Foltz’s room. Help decide on our meeting times and activities, and elect officers.
    • If you didn’t order a yearbook last year, there are a limited number available for purchase from Mrs. Bouza in Attendance for $50.
    • Yearbook callout meeting is Monday, August 21, in the Library after school. If you want to join but can’t make the meeting, please email Mrs. Schriner or Mrs. Isch.
    • Spirit Club has a callout meeting Tuesday, August 22 at 7:15 a.m. in room 123. We sponsor pep rallies, work closely with Student Government to plan Homecoming and Snowcoming, cheer at games, support the Saintuary, the Flag Squad, and cheerleaders, and were are also one of the driving forces behind school-wide projects and events.
    • Key Club meets Tuesday, August 22, at 2:40 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Speech Team will have its callout meeting Tuesday, August 22, after school in room 209. Join us as were pursue our third consecutive sectional title this season.

    Wednesday, August 16

    • Congratulations to the Girls' and Boys' Cross Country teams, who placed first at the DeKalb Invitational last night. Erin Strzelecki and Emmett Delaney placed 3rd, Katie Nix and Carson Pocock placed 5th, Alex Ebetino and Isaiah Wiseman placed 8th, Sam Weldon and Collin Cahill placed 11th, and Susie Beeber and Chris Raines placed 13th. Outstanding performances in the JV race include Anna Morris, Aileen Delaney, Nora Steele, Julia Broerman, Andy Myers, Drew Reiling, Tommy Koehl, and Atticus Wiseman.
    • Congratulations to the Tennis Team, who defeated Adams Central last night in a thrilling 3-2 match to start the season. Braxton Miller and Nathan Busch won at #2 doubles in a thrilling 3 ½ hour marathon match. Freshman Brayden LaPan won #2 singles, and freshman Andrew Nuerge dominated at #1 singles. Congratulations to Coach Koehl on his 300th win.
    • Please join us for Chapel Mass at 3:08 p.m. today.
    • Confessions begin during all lunch periods tomorrow.
    • Volunteers are needed for all school mass Tuesday to celebrate our patron Mary-Queen of all Saints. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • Due to the one hour delay Thursday, rosary will begin at 8:25 a.m. in the Chapel. All are welcome.
    • The Marching Saints a