Daily Announcements

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

    Monday, April 24

    • Congratulations to Advanced and Beginning choirs for earning gold ratings in sight reading at ISSMA competition this weekend. Beginning choir earned a gold in Division 3 and Advanced choir earned a silver in Division 1.
    • Girls' Tennis beat DeKalb on Friday 3-2. Abby Oswald and Cassidy Klinker won singles and Abby Schreck and Megan Lopez won doubles.
    • Congratulations to the Softball team who won 16-0 against Prairie Heights on Friday. Saturday’s doubleheader saw them beating Angola 12-4 and 17-15.
    • Boys’ Track won first place at the Guerin Catholic Invitational with a team score of 121.66 to Hamilton Heights’ score of 100.33. Meet in Mr. Beier’s room at 3:05 tonight to pass out ribbons.
    • Congratulations to Varsity Baseball! They defeated #4 ranked Northrop in a doubleheader 6-1 and 9-4. We travel to play #3 ranked Carroll tonight at 5:30 p.m.
    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer the sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Key Club meets tonight at 7:30 in the Cafeteria. New and old officers come at 7 p.m. Chevrons will be distributed at the May 1 meeting.
    • Interested in joining Marching Band and Fall Color Guard? There is a call out meeting for students and parents in the band room Monday, April 24, from 3:30 to 5:30.
    • Scrabble Tournament round two starts this week. Contact your opponent and set a time (other than Tuesday a.m.)
    • Volunteers are needed for all school mass on Friday. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great one day camp opportunity at Yorktown High School. See Coach Tone for details. Get a jump start on next season with training against some of the best wrestlers in the state.
    • Seniors: This year’s prom theme is “Tuffy’s Roaring Twenties”. Men’s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou’s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • Submissions for t-shirt designs for Camp Watchawanna Do are due to Mrs. Burns in Development by May 1. Check your BD email for more info.
    • Make plans May 5, 6, and 7th to support and enjoy the student production of the 1950’s “Elvis Style Rock and Roll” musical, Bye Bye Birdie, at Bishop Dwenger! Each performance has a different special offer & discount, including Military Night, Date Night, and Grandparents' Day. Check out the show posters throughout the school and on the website for more information.

    Friday, April 21

    • Girls’ Tennis defeated Huntington North yesterday 3-2. Abby Oswald and Cassidy Klinker won their singles matches and Samantha Rohloff and Savanna Henry won in doubles. Great job, Lady Saints.
    • Juniors: Junior Day luncheon money is due today. Money must be turned in to your U.S. History teacher. Questions? See Mrs. Long in room 213.
    • Student Council and NHS members: turn in your permission form if you are helping with the Franciscan Center sack lunch ministry to Mrs. Bennett by today.
    • Tune in to WANE TV Sunday, April 23, to catch Ms. Kia Miller, Allie Strzlecki, and Ian Capuyan as they are interviewed about the upcoming musical, Bye Bye Birdie, which will be performed at Bishop Dwenger during the weekend of May 5.
    • Interested in joining Marching Band and Fall Color Guard? There is a call out meeting for students and parents in the band room Monday, April 24, from 3:30 to 5:30.
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great one day camp opportunity at Yorktown High School. See Coach Tone for details. Get a jump start on next season with training against some of the best wrestlers in the state.
    • Seniors: This year’s prom theme is “Tuffy’s Roaring Twenties”. Men’s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou’s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • On April 23, University of St. Francis needs volunteers for a 5K for the orphanage in Haiti they sponsor. See service board.
    • Submissions for t-shirt designs for Camp Watchawanna Do are due to Mrs. Burns in Development by May 1. Check your BD email for more info.
    • Make plans May 5, 6, and 7th to support and enjoy the student production of the 1950’s “Elvis Style Rock and Roll” musical, Bye Bye Birdie, at Bishop Dwenger! Each performance has a different special offer & discount, including Military Night, Date Night, and Grandparents' Day. Check out the show posters throughout the school and on the website for more information.

    Thursday, April 20

    • No Sancta Familia Holy Hour Thursday evening. We will see you all on Thursday, May 18.
    • Sophomores: If you missed any ISTEP sections of the English/Language Arts test, please check your email for instructions on make-up testing taking place this Friday, April 21. Testing will take place in the Multi-Purpose room and you will need your fully charged laptop with you.
    • Juniors: Junior Day luncheon money is due this Friday. Money must be turned in to your U.S. History teacher. Questions? See Mrs. Long in room 213.
    • Seniors: This year’s prom theme is “Tuffy’s Roaring Twenties”. Men’s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou’s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • On April 23, University of St. Francis needs volunteers for a 5K for the orphanage in Haiti they sponsor. See service board.
    • Submissions for t-shirt designs for Camp Watchawanna Do are due to Mrs. Burns in Development by May 1. Check your BD email for more info.
    • Make plans May 5, 6, and 7th to support and enjoy the student production of the 1950’s “Elvis Style Rock and Roll” musical, Bye Bye Birdie, at Bishop Dwenger! Each performance has a different special offer & discount, including Military Night, Date Night, and Grandparents' Day. Check out the show posters throughout the school and on the website for more information.

    Wednesday, April 19

    • Boys� Track team will meet in Mr. Beier�s room, room 208, at 3:05 p.m. today.
    • Senior Gentlemen: Please be in the SAC lobby ready to depart for St. Felix by 7:55 Thursday. Attendance will be taken. All permission slips must be turned in.
    • No Sancta Familia Holy Hour Thursday evening. We will see you all on Thursday, May 18.
    • Juniors: Junior Day luncheon money is due this Friday. Money must be turned in to your U.S. History teacher. Questions? See Mrs. Long in room 213.
    • Seniors: This year�s prom theme is �Tuffy�s Roaring Twenties��. Men�s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou�s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • On April 23, University of St. Francis needs volunteers for a 5K for the orphanage in Haiti they sponsor. See service board.
    • Submissions for t-shirt designs for Camp Watchawanna Do are due to Mrs. Burns in Development by May 1. Check your BD email for more info.
    • Make plans May 5, 6, and 7th to support and enjoy the student production of the 1950�s �Elvis Style Rock and Roll�� musical, Bye Bye Birdie, at Bishop Dwenger! Each performance has a different special offer & discount, including Military Night, Date Night, and Grandparents' Day. Check out the show posters throughout the school and on the website for more information.

    Tuesday, April 18

    • Senior Ladies: Please be in the SAC lobby ready to depart for St. Felix by 7:55 Wednesday. Attendance will be taken. All permission slips must be turned in. Senior Gentlemen: Same plan for you, only on Thursday morning.
    • Seniors: This year�s prom theme is �Tuffy�s Roaring Twenties��. Men�s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou�s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.
    • On April 23, University of St. Francis needs volunteers for a 5K for the orphanage in Haiti they sponsor. See service board.
    • Submissions for t-shirt designs for Camp Watchawanna Do are due to Mrs. Burns in Development by May 1. Check your BD email for more info.
    • Make plans May 5, 6, and 7th to support and enjoy the student production of the 1950�s �Elvis Style Rock and Roll�� musical, Bye Bye Birdie, at Bishop Dwenger! Each performance has a different special offer & discount, including Military Night, Date Night, and Grandparents' Day. Check out the show posters throughout the school and on the website for more information.

    Thursday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was TRIDUUM. The Holy Triduum starts with the liturgy on Holy Thursday and goes through evening prayer on Easter Sunday.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Jacob Fabini, Mrs. Roberts� and Sr. Strayer�s 2nd period classes, Nick Combs, Stephanie Hanic, Elizabeth Brown, C.J. Booth

    Tuesday, April 11

    • Boys� Track will have a brief meeting today at 3:05 to pass out uniforms.
    • No Project Linus today. See you next Wednesday.
    • Holy Mass will be celebrated in the Chapel at 3:08 today after school. Please join us.
    • JV Baseball: The bus departs from the Blessed Mother Grotto at 3:15 today. Please be dressed and ready to go.
    • The Science Academic Team will meet Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in room 217, the Physics room.
    • Seniors: Please be sure to turn in your Senior Retreat permission forms to Campus Ministry or the Main Office. Forms and information were mailed to your home � see email also. Even though we have delays on your retreat days, you will report to school by 7:55 on Wednesday, April 19 for girls and Thursday, April 20 for boys.
    • Seniors: This year�s prom theme is �Tuffy�s Roaring Twenties��. Men�s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou�s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.
    • On April 23, University of St. Francis needs volunteers for a 5K for the orphanage in Haiti they sponsor. See service board.
    • Make plans May 5, 6, and 7th to support and enjoy the student production of the 1950�s �Elvis Style Rock and Roll�� musical, Bye Bye Birdie, at Bishop Dwenger! Each performance has a different special offer & discount, including Military Night, Date Night, and Grandparents' Day. Check out the show posters throughout the school and on the website for more information.

    Yesterday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was REPROOF. If someone says you are beyond reproof, it means they think you can�t be criticized.

    Winners: Mrs. Roberts� and Sr. Strayer�s 2nd period, Sr. Strayer, Nick Combs, Mr. Porter,

    Today�s word: A C N O R R U   

    Tuesday, April 11

    • Fr. Bob Garrow and Fr. Bob D�Souza will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Holy Mass will be celebrated in the Chapel at 3:08 today after school. Please join us.
    • Show your school spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support Bishop Dwenger Rugby. Come to the CHIPOTLE on Lima Road on TUES, APRIL 11 between 3:30pm and 9:00pm. Bring in a flyer from a rugby player, show the flyer on your smartphone or tell the cashier you�re supporting the Bishop Dwenger Rugby Team.The club will receive 50% of your purchase!
    • AP students: You need to be in the Cafeteria by 7:50 tomorrow to fill in your AP bubble sheet pre-administration information. Please do not be late!
    • Seniors: Please be sure to turn in your Senior Retreat permission forms to Campus Ministry or the Main Office. Forms and information were mailed to your home � see email also. Even though we have delays on your retreat days, you will report to school by 7:55 on Wednesday, April 19 for girls and Thursday, April 20 for boys.
    • Seniors: This year�s prom theme is �Tuffy�s Roaring Twenties�. Men�s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou�s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Seniors: If you are apply for the Grace Hogan or Gertrude B. Eckrich scholarships, please check your BD email for instructions on completing the applications online. Both are completely electronic. The Hogan application is due April 11. Please see Miss McGuire if you have questions.
    • Wednesday, April 12, anyone in Spanish Club is welcome to attend Spanish mass during first period. Sign up with Mrs. Becker.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.
    • On April 23, University of St. Francis needs volunteers for a 5K for the orphanage in Haiti they sponsor. See service board.
    • Make plans May 5, 6, and 7th to support and enjoy the student production of the 1950�s �Elvis Style Rock and Roll� musical, Bye Bye Birdie, at Bishop Dwenger! Each performance has a different special offer & discount, including Military Night, Date Night, and Grandparents' Day. Check out the show posters throughout the school and on the website for more information.

    Today�s Scrabble Word of the Day: E F O O R R P

    Monday, April 10

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Congratulations to Collin Cahill who took 1st place in the Optimists� Oratory Competition over spring break. He advances to District competition which will be held April 29.
    • Congratulations to our own Iron Woman, Mrs. Brady, who completed a 74 mile race in the Smoky Mountains over spring break. She finished 15th of all women on an elite technical course with runners from all over the country.
    • Key Club tonight is Bingo at Kingston from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
    • Scrabble Club tournament continues Tuesday in room 206 at 7:15 a.m. Let�s get round 1 done.
    • Show your school spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support
      Bishop Dwenger Rugby. Come to the CHIPOTLE on Lima Road on TUES, APRIL 11 between 3:30pm and 9:00pm. Bring in a flyer from a rugby player, show the flyer on your smartphone or tell the cashier your supporting the Bishop Dwenger Rugby Team. The club will receive 50% of your purchase!
    • Seniors: This year�s prom theme is �Tuffy�s Roaring Twenties�. Men�s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou�s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Seniors: If you are apply for the Grace Hogan or Gertrude B. Eckrich scholarships, please check your BD email for instructions on completing the applications online. Both are completely electronic. The Hogan application is due April 11. Please see Miss McGuire if you have questions.
    • Wednesday, April 12, anyone in Spanish Club is welcome to attend Spanish mass during first period. Sign up with Mrs. Becker.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.
    • Make plans May 5, 6, and 7th to support and enjoy the student production of the 1950�s �Elvis Style Rock and Roll�musical, Bye Bye Birdie, at Bishop Dwenger! Each performance has a different special offer & discount, including Military Night, Date Night, and Grandparents' Day. Check out the show posters throughout the school and on the website for more information.

    Thursday, March 30

    • Seniors: This year�™s prom theme is �Tuffy�™s Roaring Twenties��. Men�™s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou�™s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�™s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Seniors: If you are apply for the Grace Hogan or Gertrude B. Eckrich scholarships, please check your BD email for instructions on completing the applications online. Both are completely electronic. The Hogan aplicationis due April 11. Please see Miss McGuire if you have questions.
    • Wednesday, April 12, anyone in Spanish Club is welcome to attend Spanish mass during first period. Sign up with Mrs. Becker.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.

    Yesterday�™s Scrabble Word of the Day was HEMLOCK. The philosopher Socrates died from hemlock poisoning.

    Winners: Mrs. Roberts�™ and Sr. Strayer�™s 2nd period, Anthony Palermo, Nick Combs, Mrs. Noble, Mr. Porter, Mrs. Wheeler

    Wednesday, March 29

    • Project Linus Wednesday after school: We will attend the memorial Mass for Haley Nellum. Meet at the Chapel by 3:08 p.m.
    • Please join Latin Club after school for its Julius Caesar Murder Mystery party in room 203. Food will be provided.
    • Rosary Club meets today in the SAC lobby. Bring your lunch.
    • Juniors: If you plan to take a dual credit class at IPFW or online next year, please stop by Guidance during your lunch on Wednesday. A rep will be here to help you complete your application. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Holy Mass will be offered for Haley Nellum and the entire Nellum family at 3:08 Wednesday, to be followed by a balloon launch on the front lawn of the school. Please join us.
    • Seniors: This year�™s prom theme is �Tuffy�™s Roaring Twenties��. Men�™s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou�™s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�™s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Seniors: If you are apply for the Grace Hogan or Gertrude B. Eckrich scholarships, please check your BD email for instructions on completing the applications online. Both are completely electronic. The Eckrich application is due March 28, and the Hogan is due April 11. Please see Miss McGuire if you have questions.
    • Wednesday, April 12, anyone in Spanish Club is welcome to attend Spanish mass during first period. Sign up with Mrs. Becker.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.

    Yesterday�™s Scrabble Word of the Day was FACTOID. Mrs. Elden collects interesting factoids; let her know if you have any good ones.

    Winners: Mrs. Roberts�™ and Sr. Strayer�™s 2nd period, Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer, Alec A�™Hearn, Nick Combs, Josh Tippmann, Mrs. Noble, Mr. Porter, Mrs. Klein

    Today�™s word: C E H K L M O   

    Tuesday, March 28

    • There will be a priest available for confession during all lunch periods today. Mass will be said at 3:08 in the Chapel.
    • Juniors: If you plan to take a dual credit class at IPFW or online next year, please stop by Guidance during your lunch on Wednesday. A rep will be here to help you complete your application. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Golden Trumpet Staff: There will be a mandatory meeting Wednesday morning at 7:20 in Mr. Curtis�™ room, room 102. All members are expected to attend.
    • Holy Mass will be offered for Haley Nellum and the entire Nellum family at 3:08 Wednesday, to be followed by a balloon launch on the front lawn of the school. Please join us.
    • Seniors: This year�™s prom theme is �Tuffy�™s Roaring Twenties��. Men�™s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou�™s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�™s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Seniors: If you are apply for the Grace Hogan or Gertrude B. Eckrich scholarships, please check your BD email for instructions on completing the applications online. Both are completely electronic. The Eckrich application is due March 28, and the Hogan is due April 11. Please see Miss McGuire if you have questions.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    Yesterday�™s Scrabble Word of the Day was GANGLIA. The plural of ganglion, which is a bundle of nerve cells.

    Winners: Mrs. Roberts�™ 2nd period, John Henry Reith, Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer

    Today�™s word: A C D F I O T   

    Monday, March 27

    • Golf tryouts begin Monday at Coyote Creek at 3:30. You must have a physical turned in to try out.
    • Key Club Installation is Monday at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be provided.
    • SADD meets Tuesday at 7:30 in the Health room.
    • Scrabble tournament this week on Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 206. Let Mrs. Noble know if you cannot come.
    • Juniors: If you plan to take a dual credit class at IPFW or online next year, please stop by Guidance during your lunch on Wednesday. A rep will be here to help you complete your application. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Seniors: This year�™s prom theme is �Tuffy�™s Roaring Twenties��. Men�™s Wearhouse will give a portion of your tux rental back to BD. Kyrou�™s Tailoring has offered a 10% discount on any alterations needed. Show your student ID.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�™s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Seniors: If you are apply for the Grace Hogan or Gertrude B. Eckrich scholarships, please check your BD email for instructions on completing the applications online. Both are completely electronic. The Eckrich application is due March 28, and the Hogan is due April 11. Please see Miss McGuire if you have questions.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    Friday�™s Scrabble Word of the Day was ENTERIC. Enteric = relating to the intestines.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Mrs. Noble, Sr. Strayer

    Today�™s word: A A G G I L N   

    Friday, March 24

    • Bishop Dwenger hosted 20 teams in the Academic Super Bowl competition last night. Our Science team was 3rd, Math and Inter-disciplinary were 2nd, and the English team took first place. Congratulations to all who participated.
    • Sophomores have class mass on Friday. Report to 2nd period for attendance and then come to the Chapel.
    • Wrestlers: If you didn�™t make it to the banquet, stop by the coaches�™ office today to pick up your awards packet.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�™s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Seniors: If you are apply for the Grace Hogan or Gertrude B. Eckrich scholarships, please check your BD email for instructions on completing the applications online. Both are completely electronic. The Eckrich application is due March 28, and the Hogan is due April 11. Please see Miss McGuire if you have questions.
    • Scrabble Tournament: Round 1 needs to be completed this week. Don't be eliminated by not coming.
    • Knights of Columbus need students to work their fish fry today at St. Charles from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Interested students can sign up with Mr. Svarczkopf before the end of the day today, if possible.
    • There will be XLT in the Queen of all Saints chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. this Sunday. It�™s a time for praise and worship, confession, and social time afterward.
    • Golf tryouts begin Monday at Coyote Creek at 3:30. You must have a physical turned in to try out.
    • Key Club Installation is Monday at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be provided.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    Yesterday�™s Scrabble Word of the Day was DEVIATE. If you deviate from the directions, your experiment will not turn out right.

    Winners: Sandi Freistroffer, Owen Potosky, Mrs. Roberts�™ 2nd period, Sr. Strayer�™s 3rd period, Jonathon Craw, Evan DeGroote

    Today�™s word: C E E I N R T   

    Thursday, March 23

    • Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration will be offered in the Chapel during all lunch periods today.
    • The annual Bishop Dwenger Academic Teams Invitational is tonight from 5:30 to 9:30 in the Main Gym. Students should arrive a half hour before they are scheduled to compete because we often run ahead of schedule. Check with your coach for exact times. Remember to wear your team shirt. Please come to cheer on our team.
    • Athletes and coaches in spring sports: All are invited to 7:15 a.m. mass on Friday. This mass will be offered for you—hope to see you there.
    • Sophomores have class mass on Friday. Report to 2nd period for attendance and then come to the Chapel.
    • Wrestlers: If you didn�™t make it to the banquet, stop by the coaches�™ office today to pick up your awards packet.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�™s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Seniors: If you are apply for the Grace Hogan or Gertrude B. Eckrich scholarships, please check your BD email for instructions on completing the applications online. Both are completely electronic. The Eckrich application is due March 28, and the Hogan is due April 11. Please see Miss McGuire if you have questions.
    • Scrabble Tournament: Round 1 needs to be completed this week. Don't be eliminated by not coming.
    • Jostens will be here on Thursday, March 23 during lunch in the SAC lobby to deliver class jewelry, graduation products, and caps & gowns. Please pay online by Wednesday, or bring cash or money order on delivery day. You can also pay by phone or place an order by calling 1-800-JOSTENS. Graduation tassels will be $8.50.
    • Knights of Columbus need students to work their fish fry tomorrow at St. Charles from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Interested students can sign up with Mr. Svarczkopf before the end of the day today, if possible.
    • There will be XLT in the Queen of all Saints chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. this Sunday. It�™s a time for praise and worship, confession, and social time afterward.
    • Golf tryouts begin Monday at Coyote Creek at 3:30. You must have a physical turned in to try out.
    • Senior athletes: Our spring signing event will be Monday, April 24, at noon. If you are playing sports in college, please see Mr. Bennett for a signing form, which must be turned in by April 17.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    Yesterday�™s Scrabble Word of the Day was CYMBALS. Mr. Cochran says what this song needs is MORE CYMBALS!

    Winners: Mrs. Roberts�™ 2nd period, Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer

    Today�™s word: A D E E I T V   

    Wednesday, March 22

    • The annual Bishop Dwenger Academic Teams Invitational is tonight from 5:30 to 9:30 in the Main Gym. Students should arrive a half hour before they are scheduled to compete because we often run ahead of schedule. Check with your coach for exact times. Remember to wear your team shirt. Please come to cheer on our team.
    • Wrestlers: If you didn�t make it to the banquet, stop by the coaches� office today to pick up your awards packet.
    • Golden Trumpet: Pages were due Tuesday, so they must be finished ASAP. If you haven�t turned in your article yet, do so immediately.
    • Juniors: The Lyle Cornell scholarship is open to you. Interested: Write a one-page essay on what a Catholic education means to you and turn it in to the Main Office by April 15. You could win up to $1000 towards next year�s tuition. This will be awarded at the Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 2.
    • Seniors: If you are apply for the Grace Hogan or Gertrude B. Eckrich scholarships, please check your BD email for instructions on completing the applications online. Both are completely electronic. The Eckrich application is due March 28, and the Hogan is due April 11. Please see Miss McGuire if you have questions.
    • There is a Spanish breakfast Thursday at 7:20 Thursday in Sra. Voelker�s room. All are welcome to join us and bring something small to share.
    • Attention: Any Science Olympiad member who attended the state competition. Please stop by Room 202 after school Wednesday, March 22 for a 5 minute meeting and to pick up your official score sheet.
    • Scrabble Tournament: Round 1 needs to be completed this week. Don't be eliminated by not coming.
    • Jostens will be here on Thursday, March 23 during lunch in the SAC lobby to deliver class jewelry, graduation products, and caps & gowns. Please pay online by Wednesday, or bring cash or money order on delivery day. You can also pay by phone or place an order by calling 1-800-JOSTENS. Graduation tassels will be $8.50.
    • Please join us for XLT in the Chapel from 7 to 9 Sunday for praise and worship, confession, and social time afterward.
    • The word �Lent� comes from an old English word which means �springtime� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    Yesterday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was ADDENDA. Addenda is the plural of addendum, an addition to a text.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer�s 3rd period, Mr. Chenowith

    Today�s word: A B C L M S Y   

    Tuesday, March 21

    • Attention: Any Science Olympiad member who attended the state competition. Please stop by Room 208 after school Wednesday, March 21 for a 5 minute meeting and to pick up your official score sheet.
    • Scrabble Tournament: Round 1 needs to be completed this week. Don't be eliminated by not coming.
    • SADD meets Wednesday at 8:30 in the Health room.
    • Jostens will be here on Thursday, March 23 during lunch in the SAC lobby to deliver class jewelry, graduation products, and caps & gowns. Please pay online by Wednesday, or bring cash or money order on delivery day. You can also pay by phone or place an order by calling 1-800-JOSTENS. Graduation tassels will be $8.50.
    • If you enjoy TED talks, the Speech Team still has 5 tickets remaining for our TEDX field trip to Purdue Saturday, March 25. Tickets are $10; see Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    Yesterday�™s Scrabble Word of the Day was CANNOLI. In Italian, cannoli is plural. I love to eat cannoli.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer, Mr. Chenowith, Stephanie Hanic, Elizabeth Brown, Mrs. Wheeler

    Today�™s word: A A D D D E N   

    Monday, March 20

    • On Saturday, the Science Olympiad team competed against 37 of the top schools in Indiana. Max DiFilippo and Patrick Morr are the new State Champions (1st place) in the Tower competition additionally earning the Tom Sayrs Excellence in Engineering Award! Their tower only weighed as much as two pennies, but supported 15 kg (33 lbs) of weight. Nikki Gloudemans and Kyle Weingartner are the new State Champions (1st place) in Robot Arm! Their robot flipped 5 stacks of 10 pennies and strategically placed them on a bullseye in less than 3 minutes. Max DiFilippo and Patrick Morr also earned 3rd place in Electric Vehicle. Laura Carroll and Cierra Stith earned 5th place in Ecology. Congratulations to the whole Science Olympiad team on a great competition at State!
    • Baseball players:  Practice will be at Strike Zone from 3:30 to 5:30 today.
    • Scrabble Tournament:  Round 1 needs to be completed this week.  Don't be eliminated by not coming.
    • Seniors: Please vote for your favorite Prom theme on the Senior Page of your Canvas account. We need your input, so please put your vote in ASAP—Monday at the latest.
    • Key Club meeting on Monday is officer elections. Come help select your leaders for next year.
    • NHS meets Tuesday, March 21 in the Cafeteria at 7:20 a.m. Please bring your service card with you.
    • Jostens will be here on Thursday, March 23 during lunch in the SAC lobby to deliver class jewelry, graduation products, and caps & gowns. Please pay online by Wednesday, or bring cash or money order on delivery day. You can also pay by phone or place an order by calling 1-800-JOSTENS. Graduation tassels will be $8.50.
    • If you enjoy TED talks, the Speech Team still has 5 tickets remaining for our TEDX field trip to Purdue Saturday, March 25. Tickets are $10; see Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    Today�™s Scrabble Word of the Day is A C I L N N O

    Friday, March 17

    • Congratulations to the following members of the Bowling Team who were selected Academic All State: Ian Fairchild, Miriam Barry, and Amber Lancia.
    • Football training workout is cancelled today.
    • Seniors: Please vote for your favorite Prom theme on the Senior Page of your Canvas account. We need your input, so please put your vote in ASAP—Monday at the latest.
    • Please come watch your Bishop Dwenger Radiance Winter Guard, Cadet Winter Guard, and Winter Drum Line perform at Concordia H.S. at 6 p.m. Friday. Admission is free!
    • Please join us for student led Stations of the Cross in the Chapel on Friday at 3:08.
    • Key Club meeting on Monday is officer elections. Come help select your leaders for next year.
    • NHS meets Tuesday, March 21 in the Cafeteria at 7:20 a.m. Please bring your service card with you.
    • Jostens will be here on Thursday, March 23 during lunch in the SAC lobby to deliver class jewelry, graduation products, and caps & gowns. Please pay online by Wednesda, or bring cash or money order on delivery day. You can also pay by phone or place an order by calling 1-800-JOSTENS. Graduation tassels will be $8.50.
    • If you enjoy TED talks, the Speech Team still has 5 tickets remaining for our TEDX field trip to Purdue Saturday, March 25. Tickets are $10; see Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    No Scrabble Word of the Day today. 

    Thursday, March 16

    • Congratulations to the following members of the Bowling Team who were selected Academic All State: Ian Fairchild, Miriam Barry, and Amber Lancia.
    • Football training workout is cancelled today.
    • Show Choir: Don�™t forget to get your things from the choir room after school today for our performance at Town House Retirement. See Canvas for additional information.
    • Please come watch your Bishop Dwenger Radiance Winter Guard, Cadet Winter Guard, and Winter Drum Line perform at Concordia H.S. at 6 p.m. Friday. Admission is free!
    • The annual cookie Eiffel Tower building contest will be Friday at 7 a.m. in Mme. Foltz�™s room 220A. The top three towers will win a prize. All are welcome � Tous sont bienvenus!
    • Please join us for student led Stations of the Cross in the Chapel on Friday at 3:08.
    • Key Club meeting on Monday is officer elections. Come help select your leaders for next year.
    • NHS meets Tuesday, March 21 in the Cafeteria at 7:20 a.m. Please bring your service card with you.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    No Scrabble Word of the Day today. Check this space tomorrow.

    Friday, March 10

    • Congratulations to the following Boys� Basketball players for earning All-SAC honors: Campbell Donovan - 1st team, Conlan Martin - 2nd team, Nick Passino - Honorable Mention.
    • Congratulations to the following wrestlers on their Academic All-State selections: First Team All-State: Liam Holly, Stephen Nix, Jacob Robinson, Frank Yanko and Honorable Mention: Josh Smith-Goheen and Isaac Cornewell.
    • Wrestlers: Please turn in your banquet money to Stephen, Isaac, or Jacob. The banquet will Tuesday, March 21 at 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Will the person who borrowed the blue TI84CE calculator from the charging station in room 206 please return it.
    • Seniors: The FAFSA filing deadline is today. You must complete a FAFSA if you are applying for any need-based financial aid. All 21st Century Scholars are required to file. If you have any questions, see your guidance counselor.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!

    Yesterday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was CAMPHOR. Camphor is an aromatic chemical compound.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer�s 2rd period, Mrs. Roberts� 2nd period, Molly Pastor, Alec LeShore, Emma Pillie, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Noble, Mr. Porter

    Today�s word: A C D E L N O   

    Thursday, March 9

    • Congratulations to the following Boys� Basketball players for earning All-SAC honors: Campbell Donovan - 1st team, Conlan Martin - 2nd team, Nick Passino - Honorable Mention.
    • Drum Line has an open house tonight at 8:15 so you can see the show.
    • Wrestlers: Please turn in your banquet money to Stephen, Isaac, or Jacob. The banquet will Tuesday, March 21 at 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Mass will be celebrated at 7:15 a.m. in the Chapel Friday. Please join us.
    • Will the person who borrowed the blue TI84CE calculator from the charging station in room 206 please return it.
    • Seniors: The FAFSA filing deadline is Friday. You must complete a FAFSA if you are applying for any need-based financial aid. All 21st Century Scholars are required to file. If you have any questions, see your guidance counselor.
    • The word �Lent�� comes from an old English word which means �springtime�� so it reminds us of spring cleaning and the new life in nature during spring. This season of Lent is a time of special grace for us in which we want to do some spring cleaning in our lives and enjoy new life as a result. Bishop Dwenger will be hosting the St. Vincent De Paul truck to allow all of our families and friends to donate items to this worthy cause. So in a spirit of cleaning our souls let us also clean out our homes. Collection times are Saturday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the high school. Thanks for your generosity in filling that truck!   

    Yesterday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was BEIGNET. (ben � YAY) A beignet is a delicious pastry, similar to a doughnut.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer�s 2rd period, Mrs. Roberts� 2nd period, Samantha O�Brien, Jonathon Craw, Isabella Kaiser

    Today�s word: A C H M O P R   

    Wednesday, March 8

    • Congratulations to Collin Cahill who earned a district championship in Informative Speaking this weekend. He will move on to compete at the National Tournament in June.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas Wednesday at 6:30. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker�s door.
    • Science Olympiad team members: remember your state tournament online and paper-copy forms must be completed and turned in to Mrs. Reinhart by Wednesday, March 8.
    • Will the person who borrowed the blue TI84CE calculator from the charging station in room 206 please return it.
    • There will be a mandatory meeting for all young men interested in trying out for the golf team Wednesday after school in Mr. Conroy's room, Room 201. See him if you have questions.
    • Wednesday, March 8, IUPUI will visit. See Mrs. Dillon for a permission slip.
    • Seniors: The FAFSA filing deadline is Friday. You must complete a FAFSA if you are applying for any need-based financial aid. All 21st Century Scholars are required to file. If you have any questions, see your guidance counselor.
    • Spring Driver�s Ed starts March 13. Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Service hours are due Thursday. If you need help, see Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry.

    Yesterday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was CADENCE.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer�s 2rd period, Mrs. Roberts� 2nd period, Ben Schreck, Ariel DeLuna, Mrs. Noble, Mr. Chenowith, Mrs. Wheeler, Peter Winkeljohn and C.J. Booth

    Today�s word: B E E G I N T   

    Tuesday, March 7

    • Congratulations to Collin Cahill who earned a district championship in Informative Speaking this weekend. He will move on to compete at the National Tournament in June.
    • Will the person who borrowed the blue TI84CE calculator from the charging station in room 206 please return it.
    • Yearbook staff has a mandatory meeting Tuesday at 3:15 in Mrs. Isch�s room. Check Canvas for more details. No morning meeting. The next set of pages are due Monday, March 20.
    • There will be a mandatory meeting for all young men interested in trying out for the golf team Wednesday after school in Mr. Conroy's room, Room 201. See him if you have questions.
    • Bradley University will be here Tuesday, March 7. Wednesday, March 8, IUPUI will visit. See Mrs. Dillon for a permission slip.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas Wednesday at 6:30. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker�s door.
    • Spring Driver�s Ed starts March 13. Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Service hours are due Thursday. If you need help, see Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry.

    Yesterday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was BARRAGE.

    Winners: Sr. Strayer�s 3rd period, Mrs. Roberts� 2nd period, Blayne Huston, Carson Pocock, Anthony Palermo, Mr. Porter

    Today�s word: A C C D E E N   

    Monday, March 6

    • Will the person who borrowed the blue TI84CE calculator from the charging station in room 206 please return it.
    • Congratulations to Boys� Track and Field for their performance at the New Haven Invite at IPFW. Top five finishers were: Nick Houk, first in Long Jump, Alex Schipper, 4th in Pole Vault, and the 4X800 Relay Team of Andy Myers, Aric Campbell, Mike Hake and Jake Hursh finished fifth.
    • Show choirs did well in their competition at Churubusco this weekend. Summit Sound earned 2nd place in their division and 5th place overall. Michaela Curtis earned 2nd place in solo and Ian Capuyan won best solo in show. Come see the choirs in their final weekend of competition at Bishop Luers this Saturday, March 11.
    • There will be confessions and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Boys� Track will meet briefly in room 208 at 3:05 today before practice regarding this weekend�s events. Key Club tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.
    • Scrabble Club Tournament continues Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 206.
    • Yearbook staff has a mandatory meeting Tuesday at 3:15 in Mrs. Isch�s room. Check Canvas for more details. No morning meeting. The next set of pages are due Monday, March 20.
    • There will be a mandatory meeting for all young men interested in trying out for the golf team Wednesday after school in Mr. Conroy's room, Room 201. See him if you have questions.
    • Bradley University will be here Tuesday, March 7.  Wednesday, March 8, IUPUI will visit.  See Mrs. Dillon for a permission slip.
    • Spring Driver�s Ed starts March 13. Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Service hours are due Thursday. If you need help, see Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry.

    Thursday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was either PIEBALD or BIPEDAL.

    Winners: Sr. Strayer, Anthony Palermo,

    Today�s word: A A B E G R R   

    Thursday, March 2

    • Due to one hour delay, Saints for Life rosary starts in the Chapel at 8:25 a.m. Thursday.
    • St. Mary�s College will be in Guidance Thursday at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 8, IUPUI will visit. Bradley University will be here Tuesday, March 7. See Mrs. Dillon for a permission slip.
    • Students who wish to see the Saints Alive! set in the gym should meet in the cafeteria immediately after school Thursday. We will tour the SAC gym, the lobby and main gym and head out the door by the boys� locker room.
    • Varsity cheerleaders: Go to Mrs. Gonzagowski�s room after school.
    • Girls� Tennis: There�s no conditioning today after school.
    • Thursday night Preview Party parking boys: Be by the Main Office about 6:15 p.m. Dress for the weather.
    • Pictures for the Senior video must be submitted online to Seniors2017@bishopdwenger.com no later than Friday, March 3. See Mrs. Porfilio with any questions.
    • Spring Driver�s Ed starts March 13. Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Valet Parking boys: See you Saturday at 4:45 p.m. in Mr. Kenny�s room.
    • Service hours are due March 9. If you need help, see Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry.
    • Community Harvest Food Bank needs volunteers on March 3 from 7:30 to 5 p.m. Call Cara, info is on the Service Board.
    • The SAC lobby will be closed due to Saints Alive. You may enter and exit through the Fine Arts wing, or door #3, through the SAC gym. During school hours, the only exit doors will be the Main Entrance and the Fine Arts doors.

    Yesterday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was ELYSIAN.

    Winners: Mrs. Roberts� 2nd period class, Sr. Strayer�s 3rd period, Anthony Palermo, Mrs. Wheeler

    Today�s word: A B D E I L P 

    Wednesday, March 1

    • Due to one hour delay, Saints for Life rosary starts in the Chapel at 8:25 a.m. Thursday.
    • St. Mary�s College will be in Guidance Thursday at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 8, IUPUI will visit. Bradley University will be here Tuesday, March 7. See Mrs. Dillon for a permission slip.
    • Students who wish to see the Saints Alive! set in the gym should meet in the cafeteria immediately after school Thursday. We will tour the SAC gym, the lobby and main gym and head out the door by the boys� locker room.
    • Pictures for the Senior video must be submitted online to Seniors2017@bishopdwenger.com no later than Friday, March 3. See Mrs. Porfilio with any questions.
    • Spring Driver�s Ed starts March 13. Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Service hours are due March 9. If you need help, see Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry.
    • Community Harvest Food Bank needs volunteers on March 3 from 7:30 to 5 p.m. Call Cara, info is on the Service Board.
    • The SAC lobby will be closed due to Saints Alive. You may enter and exit through the Fine Arts wing, or door #3, through the SAC gym. During school hours, the only exit doors will be the Main Entrance and the Fine Arts doors.

    Monday�s Scrabble Word of the Day was BETROTH.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer, Mrs. Yorke, Mr. Porter

    Today�s word: A E I L N S Y 

    Tuesday, February 28

    • Table Tennis has its last meeting of the season after school today. Free pizza, chips, and a drink will be available for all who have paid dues. Pizza will also be available for sale. We will crown our club champion and also have tables for free play.
    • Holy Mass will be offered after school at 3:08. Please join us.
    • The Help Desk will be closed after school today. See you tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. sharp.
    • St. Mary�s College will be in Guidance Thursday at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 8, IUPUI will visit. See Mrs. Dillon for a permission slip.
    • Science Olympiad: There will be a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, February 28th from 3-3:20 in Room 208.You will receive critical information and forms for the state meet that must be completed for you to participate. Please bring your laptops because some of the forms must be completed online.
    • Yearbook has a mandatory meeting after school Tuesday at 3:15 in Mrs. Isch�s room, room 105. Mr. Alexander from Herff Jones will be here to go over some of the features of the yearbook web site .No morning meeting in the Library.
    • For the 5th year in a row the