Daily Announcements

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

    Friday, January 13

    • Did you have a tutor last semester? If you want to continue, please come to Resource, room 119, to sign up for this semester.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are a limited number of spots available for the ACT/SAT prep class. Please register immediately.
    • NHS: Any current Junior member interested in a board member or officer position, please see Mrs. Brady in room 1014 or Mrs. Moilanen in Guidance by lunch time today.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: The final prep session before the Northridge Invitational will be this Sunday, January 15 from 1-3pm at the Gloudemans’ home for ALL team members. Be sure to bring your laptop and notes for all your events. We will practice Experimental Design, Write-It Do-It, and share notes for Anatomy and Physiology, Astronomy, Dynamic Planet, Optics, Hovercraft, Disease Detectives, Microbe Mission, Ecology, Rocks and Minerals, Material Science, Chemistry and Remote Sensing.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: Permission forms are due to Mr. Beier by today.
    • There will be a Spanish conversation dinner on Wednesday, January 18 at 6:30 p.m. at Mexico Antiguo. Sign up on Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Seniors who have committed to participating in athletics in college: The next signing event is Wednesday, Frebruary 8 at noon. Information sheets are available in the AD’s office and must be completed and turned in to the Athletic Director by January 24.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was TYPHOON.

    The vulgate, or common language version of the Bible, was compiled primarily by St. Jerome in the 4th century.

    Winners: Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Nicholas Worman, Mary Carroll, Nick Combs, Anthony Palermo

    Thursday, January 12

    • Did you have a tutor last semester? If you want to continue, please come to Resource, room 119, to sign up for this semester.
    • Science Olympiad Optics Team meets today after school in room 217 (Physics). Please bring your brain.
    • Volunteers assisting with mass tomorrow: Please be in the main gym by 8:25 a.m. The collection for mass will be for Catholic Relief Services work in the Holy Land. Please be as generous as you can.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are a limited number of spots available for the ACT/SAT prep class. Please register immediately.
    • NHS: Any current Junior member interested in a board member or officer position, please see Mrs. Brady in room 1014 or Mrs. Moilanen in Guidance by lunch time on Friday.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: The final prep session before the Northridge Invitational will be this Sunday, January 15 from 1-3pm at the Gloudemans’ home for ALL team members. Be sure to bring your laptop and notes for all your events. We will practice Experimental Design, Write-It Do-It, and share notes for Anatomy and Physiology, Astronomy, Dynamic Planet, Optics, Hovercraft, Disease Detectives, Microbe Mission, Ecology, Rocks and Minerals, Material Science, Chemistry and Remote Sensing.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: Permission forms are due to Mr. Beier by Friday, January 13th.
    • Varsity boys’ basketball will play in the Hickory Classic at Knightstown this Saturday. This is the gym where the movie “Hoosiers” was filmed. Tickets are pre-sale only, $12, and will be on sale Thursday in the Cafeteria during lunch.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 a.m. in Mme. Foltz’s room, room 220A. We will enjoy croissants and discuss activities for the semester. All are welcome.
    • Seniors who have committed to participating in athletics in college: The next signing event is Wednesday, Frebruary 8 at noon. Information sheets are available in the AD’s office and must be completed and turned in to the Athletic Director by January 24.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was VULGATE.

    The vulgate, or common language version of the Bible, was compiled primarily by St. Jerome in the 4th century.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer, Nick Combs, Bridget Breckler, Mr. Chenowith

    Today’s word: H N O O P T Y

    Wednesday, January 11

    • Congratulations to the Wrestling Team who won their final home match against Angola 42-27. Senior wrestlers Jacob Robinson, Max Joley, Isaac Cornewell, Michael Peters, Stephen Nix, and Frank Yanko were all victorious on Senior Night.
    • JV Wrestlers have practice after school tonday and their invitational tonight.
    • Did you have a tutor last semester? If you want to continue, please come to Resource, room 119, to sign up for this semester.
    • BD Hockey Team plays Leo tonight at 6:10 at Canlan Ice Arena.
    • Science Academic Team meets tomorrow at 7:15 a.m. in room 217. All are invited to attend.
    • Science Olympiad Optics Team meets tomorrow after school in room 217 (Physics). Please bring your brain.
    • Ushers and gift bearers are needed for our all school mass with Bishop Rhoades on Friday. Please sign up outside Campus Ministry.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: Permission forms are due to Mr. Beier by Friday, January 13th.
    • Boys’ Track conditioning continues today and Thursday. See Mr. Beier in room 209 if you have any questions.
    • FBLA: all members meet Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 116.
    • Varsity boys’ basketball will play in the Hickory Classic at Knightstown this Saturday. This is the gym where the movie “Hoosiers” was filmed. Tickets are pre-sale only, $12, and will be on sale Thursday in the Cafeteria during lunch.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 a.m. in Mme. Foltz’s room, room 220A. We will enjoy croissants and discuss activities for the semester. All are welcome.
    • Seniors who have committed to participating in athletics in college: The next signing event is Wednesday, February 8 at noon. Information sheets are available in the AD’s office and must be completed and turned in to the Athletic Director by January 24.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was UNSHORN.

    Young men who come to school unshorn risk receiving a referral for a dress code violation.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer, Colten Reese, Nick Combs, Bridget Breckler

    Today’s word: A G E L T U V

    Monday, January 9

    • Kudos to the Speech Team who won their 2nd consecutive tournament at Angola this weekend, beating Plymouth 130-117. Special recognition to those who placed in two events: Elly Bogle, Emma Cartwright, Collin Cahill, Becca Cochran, and Olivia Loxton. Signups for Concord are due by 4 p.m. Thursday.
    • Congratulations to the Wrestling team on its 5th place finish at New Haven. We had two individual champions: Josh Smith-Goheen at 106 lbs. and Stephen Nix at 182 lbs. Tuesday is our Senior Night at 6:30 against Angola and also on Wednesday for the JV invite at 6:30. These are your last two opportunities to see the Rat Pack in action at Dwenger.
    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Confession during all lunch periods today.
    • Did you have a tutor last semester?  If you want to continue, please come to Resource, room 119, to sign up for this semester.
    • Euell Wilson tutors leave at 3:30 today and return at 5:30. Permission slips are required to ride the bus which leaves from the Main Office entrance.
    • Volunteers are needed for our all school mass with Bishop Rhoades on Friday. Please sign up outside Campus Ministry.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: There will be a mandatory meeting after school  today in Mr. Beier’s room. Northridge permission forms, team assignments and t-shirts will be handed out. Permission forms are due to Mr. Beier by Friday, January 13th.
    • Bowling Team: Varsity only practices today at Pro Bowl West from 3:30 to 5.
    • Key Club tonight is Bingo at Kingston at 6:30. No meeting at school.
    • Yearbook staff meets Tuesday, either at 7:15 a.m. in the Library or 3:15 p.m. in Mrs. Isch’s room, room 105.
    • Boys’ Track conditioning will begin Tuesday, January 10, and continue on Wednesday and Thursday. See Mr. Beier in room 209 if you have any questions.
    • FBLA: all members meet Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 116.
    • Varsity boys’ basketball will play in the Hickory Classic at Knightstown this Saturday. This is the gym where the movie “Hoosiers” was filmed. Tickets are pre-sale only, $12, and will be on sale Thursday in the Cafeteria during lunch.
    • Masses will be offered every Tuesday and Wednesday after school at 3:08 and Friday mornings at 7:15am. Reconciliation will be offered every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday during all lunch periods as well as every second Wednesday of the month during all lunch period. Detailed Schedules for the entire semester will be available soon.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was WARPATH.

    She warned us that she was on the warpath, and would not be in a good mood.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, George Wagner, Nicholas Worman, Will Staudinger, Nick Combs, Dylan Dehmiri, John Turner, Mr. Tomlinson’s 5th period, Sarah Stureman, Nick Barbieri, Will Nelson, Teresa Breckler, Zach McKenna, Mrs. Noble

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day is H O N N R S U

    Friday, January 6

    • Attention Science Olympiad team: There will be a mandatory meeting after school on Monday, January 9th in Mr. Beier’s room. Northridge permission forms, team assignments and t-shirts will be handed out. Permission forms are due to Mr. Beier by Friday, January 13th.
    • Science Olympiad WIND POWER team—there will be a construction meeting this Sunday January 8 from 2-4 PM at the Gloudemans’ home.
    • Boys’ Track conditioning will begin Tuesday, January 10, and continue on Wednesday and Thursday. See Mr. Beier in room 209 if you have any questions.
    • Beginning today, we will return to our regular schedule of Masses and opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation in the Chapel. Masses will be offered every Tuesday and Wednesday after school at 3:08 and Friday mornings at 7:15 a.m. Reconciliation will be offered every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday during all lunch periods as well as every second Wednesday of the month during all lunch periods. Detailed Schedules for the entire semester will be available soon.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day is A A H P R T W

    Thursday, January 5

    • Fr. Bob is here today during all lunch periods to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
    • Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on its first place finish at the SAC Holiday Duals. The Saints won their meet last night against Snider 46-23. Josh Smith-Goheen, Emmett Delaney, Michael Garrett, Jordan Bauermester, Liam Holly, Isaac Cornewell, Stephen Nix, and Frank Yanko all won their matches. Next Tuesday is Senior Night, please come out to support our six seniors on their last home meet.
    • Holy Mass will be celebrated tonight with the intention of all Future Saints.
    • Holy Mass tomorrow morning (First Friday) at 7:15 am followed by Eucharistic Adoration all day.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: There will be a mandatory meeting after school on Monday, January 9th in Mr. Beier’s room. Northridge permission forms, team assignments and t-shirts will be handed out. Permission forms are due to Mr. Beier by Friday, January 13th.
    • Science Olympiad WIND POWER team—there will be a construction meeting this Sunday January 8 from 2-4 PM at the Gloudemans’ home.
    • Boys’ Track conditioning will begin Tuesday, January 10, and continue on Wednesday and Thursday. See Mr. Beier in room 209 if you have any questions.
    • Beginning today, we will return to our regular schedule of Masses and opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation in the Chapel. Masses will be offered every Tuesday and Wednesday after school at 3:08 and Friday mornings at 7:15 am. Reconciliation will be offered every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday during all lunch periods as well as every second Wednesday of the month during all lunch period. Detailed Schedules for the entire semester will be available soon.

    Friday, December 16

    • Seniors: If you have not submitted your senior quote, please work on this over break and turn in by January 13 at the latest.
    • Library hours are limited during finals, due to students testing in the library. We will be open from 7:30 to 7:55 a.m. each day, and after school for half an hour on Monday and Tuesday. Please plan according.
    • Key Club Seniors: if interested in applying for the Kiwanis scholarship, see Mrs. Noble in room 206. Applications are due the 1st of February.
    • Please turn in all overdue books to the Library.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers in January for a goalball tournament. See Service Board or your email for more info.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was G H I O R S U.

    We are repeating yesterday’s word because only one person solved.

    Today’s word: G H I O R U S

    Thursday, December 15

    • Girl & Boy Swimmers need to be in the SAC lobby at 3:30. The bus will leave at 3:45 for the DeKalb swim meet.
    • There will be confessions at lunch time today and Mass at 7:15 a.m. on Friday.
    • Table Tennis Club will sell pizza starting at 3:30 today in the Cafeteria as part of their end of the semester celebration. $2 per slice or 2 slices for $3.
    • For those unable to go to reconciliation due to Monday’s cancellation, there is a pennance service tonight at St. Jude at 7 p.m.
    • Santa Familia Holy Hour is tonight in the Chapel from 7 to 8 p.m.
    • Science Olympiad Optics meeting is Thursday after school in room 202.
    • Library hours are limited during finals, due to students testing in the library. We will be open from 7:30 to 7:55 a.m. each day, and after school for half an hour on Monday and Tuesday. Please plan according.
    • Key Club Seniors: if interested in applying for the Kiwanis scholarship, see Mrs. Noble in room 206. Applications are due the 1st of February.
    • Please turn in all overdue books to the Library.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers in January for a goalball tournament. See Service Board or your email for more info.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was PROVISO.

    He left her his house in his will, with the proviso that she take care of his pet rabbits.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Teresa Breckler, Bridget Breckler, Sr. Strayer, Mrs. Noble

    Today’s word: G H I O R U S

    Wednesday, December 14

    • Happy Feast of St. John of the Cross. There will be no Mass today, but there will be confessions at lunch time tomorrow and Mass at 7:15 a.m. on Friday.
    • For those unable to go to reconciliation due to Monday’s cancellation, there is a pennance service tonight at St. Charles at 7 p.m. and tomorrow at St. Jude at 7 p.m.
    • Science Olympiad will be holding a mandatory prep session after school on Wednesday, December 14th from 3pm-4:15pm in Room 208 to work on our Rocks and Minerals research. Bring your laptop. Snacks will be provided. Please check your BD email for more information.
    • Science Olympiad Forensics meeting is Wednesday after school in room 202.
    • Science Olympiad Optics meeting is Thursday after school in room 202.
    • Academic Math team meeting is Wednesday before school at 7:15 in room 202.
    • Library hours are limited during finals, due to students testing in the library. We will be open from 7:30 to 7:55 a.m. each day, and after school for half an hour on Monday and Tuesday. Please plan according.
    • Key Club Seniors: if interested in applying for the Kiwanis scholarship, see Mrs. Noble in room 206. Applications are due the 1st of February.
    • Please turn in all overdue books to the Library.
    • Today is the last day to buy Candy Grams from the Dance Team. They are $1.00 each and are available from a Dance Team member, the Attendance Office, and the Main Office.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers in January for a goalball tournament. See Service Board or your email for more info.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was SUBZERO.

    We are expecting subzero weather this week.

    Winners: Mr. Mann’s 6th period class, Campbell Donovan, Teresa Breckler, Mr. Ehinger’s 2nd period class, Anthony Palermo, Mrs. Noble, Sr. Strayer’s class, Elly Bogle, Nick Combs

    Today’s word: I O O P R S V

    Tuesday, December 13

    • Speech Team: the deadline for Snider has been extended. Please see Mr. Chenowith by 3:15 p.m. if you wish to attend.
    • Science Olympiad will be holding a mandatory prep session after school on Wednesday, December 14th from 3pm-4:15pm in Room 208 to work on our Rocks and Minerals research. Bring your laptop. Snacks will be provided. Please check your BD email for more information.
    • Science Olympiad Forensics meeting is Wednesday after school in room 202.
    • Science Olympiad Optics meeting is Thursday after school in room 202.
    • Academic Math team meeting is Wednesday before school at 7:15 in room 202.
    • Senior Swim and Divers: Please be at the Natatorium by 5:15 tonight.
    • Key Club Seniors: if interested in applying for the Kiwanis scholarship, see Mrs. Noble in room 206. Applications are due the 1st of February.
    • Please turn in all overdue books to the Library.
    • The Dance Team is selling Candy Grams. They are $1.00 each and are available from a Dance Team member, the Attendance Office, and the Main Office.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers in January for a goalball tournament. See Service Board or your email for more info.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was PARVENU.

    A synonym for parvenu is upstart. The old guard at the country club never accepted him because they considered him a mere parvenu.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo and Jonathon Craw

    Today’s word: B E R O S U Z

    Friday, December 9

    • Congratulations to the Boys’ and Girls’ Swim and Dive Team on a great meet. Grace Garrett placed first in dive with an outstanding score of 231.36 and Sydney Short placed second with a score of 168.65.
    • The Help Desk is closed after school today.
    • Key Club Seniors: if interested in applying for the Kiwanis scholarship, see Mrs. Noble in room 206. Applications are due the 1st of February.
    • Please turn in all overdue books to the Library.
    • The Dance Team is selling Candy Grams. They are $1.00 each and are available from a Dance Team member, the Attendance Office, and the Main Office.
    • Key Club Monday is Bingo at Kingston. If we don’t have school, we will not have Bingo.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers in January for a goalball tournament. See Service Board or your email for more info.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was REBUSES. Rebuses are puzzles where pictures replace words or parts of words.

    Winners: Sr. Strayer, Will Kolar, Mrs. Derheimer’s 2nd period class, Anthony Palermo, Collin Cahill, Mrs. Noble

    Today’s word: A E N P R V U 

    Thursday, December 8

    • The Library will close at 3:30 today.
    • Due to the mass schedule, the track team will meet at 3:00 p.m. in front of the weight room for conditioning.
    • Boys’ and Girls’ Swim and Dive Team needs to be in the SAC lobby by 4 p.m.
    • Key Club Seniors: if interested in applying for the Kiwanis scholarship, see Mrs. Noble in room 206. Applications are due the 1st of February.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 a.m. to make French Christmas cards. All are welcome.
    • Please turn in all overdue books to the Library.
    • The Dance Team is selling Candy Grams. They are $1.00 each and are available from a Dance Team member, the Attendance Office, and the Main Office.
    • Volunteers are needed for Mass on Thursday, December 8 for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers in January for a goalball tournament. See Service Board or your email for more info.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was B E E R S S U There was only one Scrabble winner yesterday, so we will repeat.

    Today’s words: B E E R S S U

    Wednesday, December 7

    • Key Club Seniors: if interested in applying for the Kiwanis scholarship, see Mrs. Noble in room 206. Applications are due the 1st of February.
    • Attention Science Olympiad Game On participants! Our final practice before Christmas break will be today from 3-4:15 PM in Room 208. Bring your laptop. There will be cake! Please check your BD email for more details.
    • Science Olympiad forensic meets after school from 3 to 3:45ish in room 202 Wednesday.
    • Wrestling has a dual meet at Carroll tonight. Chapel service will be at 4:40, we’ll leave at 5 p.m., wrestling begins at 6:30 p.m.
    • Academic English team will meet Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in room 104, Mrs. Renshaw’s room.
    • Spanish Club has a Conversation Breakfast Thursday at 7:20 a.m. Sign up on the door to room 221.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 a.m. to make French Christmas cards. All are welcome.
    • Please turn in all overdue books to the Library.
    • The Dance Team is selling Candy Grams. They are $1.00 each and are available from a Dance Team member, the Attendance Office, and the Main Office.
    • Volunteers are needed for Mass on Thursday, December 8 for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was SEISMIC. Scientists believe that the increased seismic activity in Oklahoma is due to fracking. Oklahoma had 907 magnitude 3 or higher earthquakes in 2015.

    Winners: Mrs. Campbell’s, Mrs. Derheimer’s, and Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period classes, Anthony Palermo, George Wagner, Nicholas Worman, Julian Walter, Shawn Witchey, Derek Miller, Molly Pastor, Nolan Fischer, Derek Pillie, Lizzy Roy, Maggie Schroeder, Teresa Breckler, Bridget Breckler, Mrs. Pierson

    Today’s word: B E E R S S U

    Tuesday, December 6

    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Please join us for Holy Mass to celebrate the Feast of St. Nicholas at 3:08 today after school.
    • No Jazz and Pep Band rehearsal today after school.
    • Attention Science Olympiad Game On participants! Our final practice before Christmas break will be this Wednesday, December 7 from 3-4:15 PM in Room 208. Bring your laptop. There will be cake! Please check your BD email for more details.
    • Baseball conditioning will start at 7:15 a.m. tomorrow due to the one hour delay.
    • Math Academic Team meets Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. in room 202.
    • Science Olympiad forensic meets after school from 3 to 3:45ish in room 202 Wednesday.
    • Please turn in all overdue books to the Library.
    • The Dance Team is selling Candy Grams. They are $1.00 each and are available from a Dance Team member, the Attendance Office, and the Main Office.
    • Auditions for the Spring Musical, Bye Bye Birdie are today in the choir room beginning at 5 p.m. Sign up out the choir room. See Mrs. Maloney with any questions.
    • Volunteers are needed for Mass on Thursday, December 8 for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Today’s Scrabble Word is: C E I I M S S

    Monday, December 5

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today
    • NO Dive practice today.
    • Euell Wilson tutors leave at 3:30 p.m. today.
    • Key Club meets tonight at 7:30 p.m. There are still slots open for Fantasy of Lights and Gingerbread House.
    • Seniors, please remember to bring in treats for the Motessori Christmas party tomorrow. Bring the treats to the SAC lobby in the morning; the party is 3rd period.
    • Please turn in all overdue books to the Library.
    • The Dance Team is selling Candy Grams. They are $1.00 each and are available from a Dance Team member, the Attendance Office, and the Main Office.
    • Congratulations to the Speech Team who took 3rd out of 20 teams at Valparaiso. Over 2/3 of our entries placed. Champions included Collin Cahill, Olivia Loxton, Patrick Tippmann, and Bridget Breckler.
    • Scrabble Club meets at 7:15 a.m. in room 206 Tuesday.
    • Auditions for the Spring Musical, Bye Bye Birdie are tomorrow in the choir room beginning at 5 p.m. Sign up outside the choir room. See Mrs. Maloney with any questions.
    • Volunteers are needed for Mass on Thursday, December 8 for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Tuesday, November 29

    • Test Center will be closed today during periods 4, 5, and 6.
    • Speech Team members will meet after school today in room 203 to make team locker posters.
    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Holy Mass after school today.
    • Attention Science Olympiad Game On participants! Our next practice will be this Wednesday, November 30 from 3-4 PM in Room 208. Bring your laptop—snacks will be provided. Please check your BD email for more details.
    • Algebra ECA review is today after school in room 205 at 3:10 p.m.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Monday, November 28

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Speech Team meets today after school to make team locker posters. Please join us in room 203.
    • Key Club meets tonight at 7:30 a.m. in the Cafeteria. If you have not yet paid your dues, see Mrs. Noble during school today to let her know.
    • Attention Science Olympiad Game On participants! Our next practice will be this Wednesday, November 30 from 3-4 PM in Room 208. Bring your laptop—snacks will be provided. Please check your BD email for more details.
    • Euell Wilson tutors leave at 3:30 today. All are welcome.
    • Scrabble Club meets tomorrow at 7:15 a.m. in room 206.
    • Mother Teresa Club meets tomorrow at 7:20 a.m. in Campus Ministry.
    • Taking a class at St. Francis next semester? Stop by Guidance tomorrow during lunch. Nick Night will be here to help you pick your class or verify enrollment.
    • Algebra ECA review is tomorrow after school in room 205 at 3:10 p.m.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Grandparents’ Day’s Scrabble Word of the Day was GRANDMA and/or GRANDPA

    Winners: So many smart grandmas and grandpas.

    Wednesday, November 23

    • The Library and the Help Desk are closed after school today.
    • There is no Project Linus today.
    • Winners of yesterday’s table tennis tournament were Brett Parent, Connor
      Ort, and McKade Schuldt.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was GOBBLER. I picked up a twelve pound gobbler to feed my family.

    Winners: Mrs. Campbell’s 2nd period, Nikki Trout, Shawn Witchey, Teresa Breckler, Molly Pastor, Sr. Strayer’s 3rd period, Nolan Fischer, Mr. Chenowith, Anthony Palermo, Mrs. Gonzagowski

    Today’s words: A A D G M N R and A A D G N P R

    Tuesday, November 22

    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Fr. Ajay will offer Holy Mass at 3:08 after school today. All are invited.
    • Interested in Track? We will have a conditioning meeting for boys and girls not involved in a winter sport today after school in room 208. See Mr. Beier if you cannot make the meeting.
    • Seniors: Please bring in a “store-bought” pie for Thanksgiving dinner at St. Mary’s. Drop it off in the SAC lobby the morning of Grandparents’ Day, Wednesday, November 23. You can also donate the price of a pie, and Mrs. Yorke will buy one for you.
    • Volunteers are needed for our all school mass on Grandparents’ Day. Please sign up outside Campus Ministry on the ledge.
    • The Library and the Help Desk are closed after school tomorrow.
    • Lost and found items are on the tables outside the Main Office. Please peruse the tables to see if any items are yours. Anything not claimed by today will be donated.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was INVALID. INVALID can be either a noun or an adjective.

    Winners: Maria Klingenberger, Nikki Trout, Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, John Heaton, Blayne Huston, Nicholas Worman, Julian Walter, Shawn Witchey, Emily Foster, Derek Pillie, Nolan Fischer, Mrs. Wheeler, Jordan Hudson, Mike Hake

    Today’s word: B B E G L O R

    Monday, November 21

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Congratulations to the Speech Team who placed 2nd out of 20 teams at New Castle. Event champions included Collin Cahill in Versatility Speaking, Zach Nuerge in Discussion, and Olivia Loxton in Prose.
    • Because we met our canned goods goal, we have a dress down day tomorrow.
    • Key Club meets tonight at 7:30 in the Cafeteria. Bring your dues.
    • Scrabble Club meets tomorrow at 7:15 a.m. in room 206.
    • Seniors: Please bring in a “store-bought” pie for Thanksgiving dinner at St. Mary’s. Drop it off in the SAC lobby the morning of Grandparents’ Day, Wednesday, November 23. You can also donate the price of a pie, and Mrs. Yorke will buy one for you.
    • Volunteers are needed for our all school mass on Grandparents’ Day. Please sign up outside Campus Ministry on the ledge.
    • Lost and found items are on the tables outside the Main Office. Please peruse the tables to see if any items are yours. Anything not claimed by today will be donated.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was KITSCHY. Kitschy art is art that might be popular, but is in questionable taste.

    Winners: Mr. Conroy’s 2nd period class, including Anthony Palermo, Nikki Trout, Sr. Strayer, Emily Tippmann

    Today’s word: A D I I L N V

    Friday, November 18

    • Seniors: Please bring in a “store-bought” pie for Thanksgiving dinner at St. Mary’s. Drop it off in the SAC lobby the morning of Grandparents’ Day, Wednesday, November 23. You can also donate the price of a pie, and Mrs. Yorke will buy one for you.
    • Volunteers are needed for our all school mass on Grandparents’ Day. Please sign up outside Campus Ministry on the ledge.
    • Lost and found items are on the tables outside the Main Office. Please peruse the tables to see if any items are yours. Please do not go “shopping” – these items actually belong to someone and are not free for the taking. Anything not claimed by November 21 will be donated.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was SEAWARD. Looking out from the beach, your vista is seaward.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Molly Pastor, Nicholas Meyer, George Wagner, Derek Miller, Billy Kinder, Colton Reese

    Today’s word: C H I K S T Y

    Thursday, November 17

    • Science Academic Team meets in room 217 after school today. We will learn about electric fields while enjoying chocolate donuts. Anyone interested is welcome to come.
    • Girls Swim and Dive Team has a meet tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Bellmont. Meet in the SAC lobby at 4:20; the bus leaves at 4:30.
    • Spell Bowl has its end of year party tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in the Library.  Don’t forget to bring your freshly laundered shirt to turn in.
    • Seniors: Please bring in a “store-bought” pie for Thanksgiving dinner at St. Mary’s. Drop it off in the SAC lobby the morning of Grandparents’ Day, Wednesday, November 23. You can also donate the price of a pie, and Mrs. Yorke will buy one for you.
    • All are invited to our Sancta Familia Holy Hour Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Chapel.
    • All are invited to Mass in the Chapel tomorrow at 7:15 a.m.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 a.m.. We will play games, and all are welcome!
    • Volunteers are needed for our all school mass on Grandparents’ Day. Please sign up outside Campus Ministry on the ledge.
    • Lost and found items are on the tables outside the Main Office. Please peruse the tables to see if any items are yours. Please do not go “shopping” – these items actually belong to someone and are not free for the taking. Anything not claimed by November 19 will be donated.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was NOSTRUM. A medicine that is not considered effective, also called snake oil.

    Winners: Miss Metts’ 2nd period class, Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period class, Nikki Trout, Shawn Witchey, Anthony Palermo, Nolan Fischer, Teresa Breckler

    Today’s word: A A D E R S W

    Wednesday, November 16

    • BD Swim & Dive team will be at Culver’s on Washington Center Road tonight from 4 to 9 p.m. The team receives a percentage of sales, so stop by for a concrete mixer!
    • Rosary Club meets during lunch every Wednesday. Learn how to make a corded rosary. Bring your lunch to the SAC lobby.
    • We will have a Spanish conversation dinner Wednesday at Dos Margaritas at 6:30 p.m. Sign up on the door for room 221.
    • Thanks so much to everyone who contributed to our collection for the Shepherd’s House on Veterans’ Day. We raised nearly $700. Thank you for contributing even though you didn’t have to.
    • Math ECA review will be in room 2018 Thursday at 7:15 a.m.
    • Seniors: Please bring in a “store-bought” pie for Thanksgiving dinner at St. Mary’s. Drop it off in the SAC lobby the morning of Grandparents’ Day, Wednesday, November 23. You can also donate the price of a pie, and Mrs. Yorke will buy one for you.
    • Attention Science Olympiad Game On participants! Our next practice will be tomorrow from 3-4 PM in Room 208. Bring your laptop—snacks will be provided. Please check your BD email for more details.
    • All are invited to our Sancta Familia Holy Hour Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Chapel.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 a.m.. We will play games, and all are welcome!
    • Volunteers are needed for our all school mass on Grandparents’ Day. Please sign up outside Campus Ministry on the ledge.
    • Lost and found items are on the tables outside the Main Office. Please peruse the tables to see if any items are yours. Please do not go “shopping” – these items actually belong to someone and are not free for the taking. Anything not claimed by November 19 will be donated.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Science Olympiad Experimental Design team will have a brief meeting today after school in Mr. Beier’s room, room 208, to discuss event parameters.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was RECLUSE. J.D. Salinger, the author of The Catcher in the Rye, was well known for being a recluse. He refused all requests for interview and lived a secluded, private life.

    Winners: Bridget Breckler, Anthony Palermo, Nikki Trout, Miss Metts’ 2nd period class, Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period class, George Wagner, Nicholas Worman, Shawn Witchey, Collin Cahill, Katharine Beuchel, Emily Tippmann, Mrs. Noble

    Today’s word: M N O R S T U

    Tuesday, November 15

    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • We will have Mass today after school. All are invited.
    • No tournaments at Table Tennis tonight. There will be open play until 4 p.m. only.
    • St. Mary’s College will be here at 9:40 a.m. tomorrow. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • We will have a Spanish conversation dinner Wednesday at Dos Margaritas at 6:30 p.m. Sign up on the door for room 221.
    • Seniors: Please bring in a “store-bought” pie for Thanksgiving dinner at St. Mary’s. Drop it off in the SAC lobby the morning of Grandparents’ Day, Wednesday, November 23. You can also donate the price of a pie, and Mrs. Yorke will buy one for you.
    • Baseball conditioning will be at 7:15 a.m. tomorrow due to the one hour delay.
    • Math ECA review is today after school in room 205.
    • Attention Science Olympiad Game On participants! Our next practice will be tomorrow from 3-4 PM in Room 208. Bring your laptop—snacks will be provided. Please check your BD email for more details.
    • All are invited to our Sancta Familia Holy Hour Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Chapel.
    • Volunteers are needed for our all school mass on Grandparents’ Day. Please sign up outside Campus Ministry on the ledge.
    • Lost and found items are on the tables outside the Main Office. Please peruse the tables to see if any items are yours. Please do not go “shopping” – these items actually belong to someone and are not free for the taking. Anything not claimed by November 19 will be donated.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Science Olympiad Experimental Design team will have a brief meeting today after school in Mr. Beier’s room, room 208, to discuss event parameters.
    • BD Swim & Dive team will be at Culver’s on Washington Center Road tomorrow from 4 to 9 p.m. The team receives a percentage of sales, so stop by for a concrete mixer!
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was RUMMAGE. It was fun to watch Sally rummage through the rummage sale items.

    Winners: Marie Schenkel, Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Anthony Palermo, Nikki Trout, Miss Mett’s 2nd period, Nicholas Workman, George Wagner, Molly Pastor, Shaw Witchey, Jordan Watercutter, Nolan Fischer, Colten Reese, Blayne Huston, Jordan Roy, Haley Osburn, Jodi Eschbach, Stephanie Hanic, Natalie Guisinger, Teresa Breckler, Caleb Lundblad, Mr. Chenowith

    Today’s word: C E E L R S U

    Monday, November 14

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Key Club tonight is Bingo at Kingston at 6:30 p.m. and meeting in the Cafeteria at 7:30 p.m. Dues are payable by next Monday, 11/21.
    • Scrabble Club meets tomorrow at 7:15 a.m.in room 206.\
    • NHS has a mandatory meeting Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • SADD meets tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Math ECA review is Tuesday after school in room 205.
    • Attention Science Olympiad Game On participants! Our next practice will be this Wednesday, November 16 from 3-4 PM in Room 208. Bring your laptop—snacks will be provided. Please check your BD email for more details.
    • Lost and found items are on the tables outside the Main Office. Please peruse the tables to see if any items are yours. Please do not go “shopping” – these items actually belong to someone and are not free for the taking. Anything not claimed by November 19 will be donated.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Science Olympiad Experimental Design team will have a brief meeting Tuesday after school in Mr. Beier’s room, room 208, to discuss event parameters.
    • BD Swim & Dive team will be at Culver’s on Washington Center Road on Wednesday from 4 to 9 p.m. The team receives a percentage of sales, so stop by for a concrete mixer!
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was SCENERY. When we drove out west, we enjoyed the scenery out our car windows.

    Winners: Mr. O’Sullivan, Miss Metts, and Mrs. Derheimer’s 2nd period classes, Quinton Davis, Nikki Trout, Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer, Jordan Watercutter, Reese Sanders, Matthew Schmieman, Mrs. Noble, Mr. Porter, Mr. Chenowith

    Today’s word: A E G M M R U

    Friday, November 11

    • Lost and found items are on the tables outside the Main Office. Please peruse the tables to see if any items are yours. Please do not go “shopping” – these items actually belong to someone and are not free for the taking. Anything not claimed by November 19 will be donated.
    • Seniors: your senior quote is due to your math teacher today. If you did not order a cap & gown, your waiver is due Friday also. Questions, see Mrs. Porfilio in her office on Wednesday or in Resource.
    • Young men interested in playing baseball who are not currently in a winter sport: Please attend a call-out meeting today at 3:10 in the Weight room. See Coach Garrett in Campus Ministry.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Service hours are due today. Freshmen and sophomores need 10 hours from any source. Juniors and seniors need 10 hours from any agency on the list for the poor. If you have already completed your hours, turn in your card to Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. See Mrs. Yorke if you need help making a plan to achieve those hours.
    • If you need service hours, Turnstone needs volunteers for a tournament on November 12 and 13. See Service Board for more info or sign up at signupgenie.com .
    • Special Olympics needs help for a bowling tournament tomorrow, either from 8 to 11 a.m. or 12 to 3 p.m. You can sign up for one or both. See service board for more info.
    • Science Olympiad Experimental Design team will have a brief meeting next Tuesday after school in Mr. Beier’s room, room 208, to discuss event parameters.
    • BD Swim & Dive team will be at Culver’s on Washington Center Road on Wednesday from 4 to 9 p.m. The team receives a percentage of sales, so stop by for a concrete mixer!
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was ORGANZA. Organza is a very fine, light material

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer and his 2nd period class, Mrs. Gonzagowski, Miss Metz’ 2nd period class, Molly Pastor, Lauren Haraburda

    Today’s word: C E E N R S Y

    Thursday, November 10

    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer the sacrament of reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Mass will be offered tomorrow at 7:15 a.m. in honor of veterans. Please join us.
    • We will have a dress-down day tomorrow with the theme of red, white, and blue. We will take up a free-will collection in second period to support Shepherd’s House, which provides services for local veterans who are struggling. Please be as generous as you are able.
    • Lost and found items are on the tables outside the Main Office. Please peruse the tables to see if any items are yours. Please do not go “shopping” – these items actually belong to someone and are not free for the taking.  Anything not claimed by November 19 will be donated.
    • Ladies interested in gymnastics team will meet in the weight room after school for a short meeting and conditioning. Bring gym shoes.
    • SADD meets tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Seniors: your senior quote is due to your math teacher by this Friday. If you did not order a cap & gown, your waiver is due Friday also. Questions, see Mrs. Porfilio in her office on Wednesday or in Resource.
    • Young men interested in playing baseball who are not currently in a winter sport: Please attend a call-out meeting this Friday at 3:10 in the Weight room. See Coach Garrett in Campus Ministry.
    • Science Academic Team will meet after school today in room 217, the Physics room. Cookies will be available for this short 30 minute meeting.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Service hours are due on Friday. Freshmen and sophomores need 10 hours from any source. Juniors and seniors need 10 hours from any agency on the list for the poor. If you have already completed your hours, turn in your card to Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. See Mrs. Yorke if you need help making a plan to achieve those hours.
    • If you need service hours, Turnstone needs volunteers for a tournament on November 12 and 13. See Service Board for more info or sign up at signupgenie.com .
    • Special Olympics needs help for a bowling tournament November 12, either from 8 to 11 a.m. or 12 to 3 p.m. You can sign up for one or both. See service board for more info.
    • Science Olympiad Experimental Design team will have a brief meeting next Tuesday after school in Mr. Beier’s room, room 208, to discuss event parameters.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was A A G N O R Z. Only two people solved, so we will repeat.

    Wednesday, November 9

    • ECA Math Review is in room 206 before school Thursday at 7:15 a.m.
    • Sophomore and Junior Students: You will be taking the PreACT on Wednesday, November 9. Report to your assigned classrooms by 7:50 a.m. Classroom assignments will be posted in your English class. Please remember to bring at least one #2 pencil and the calculator that you use for your math class.
    • Freshmen and Seniors: You will report to school at 11:44 a.m. on Wednesday for the start of first period.
    • Seniors: your senior quote is due to your math teacher by this Friday. If you did not order a cap & gown, your waiver is due Friday also. Questions, see Mrs. Porfilio in her office on Wednesday or in Resource.
    • Young men interested in playing baseball who are not currently in a winter sport: Please attend a call-out meeting this Friday at 3:10 in the Weight room. See Coach Garrett in Campus Ministry.
    • Science Academic Team will meet after school on Thursday in room 217, the Physics room. Cookies will be available for this short 30 minute meeting.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Service hours are due on Friday. Freshmen and sophomores need 10 hours from any source. Juniors and seniors need 10 hours from any agency on the list for the poor. If you have already completed your hours, turn in your card to Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. See Mrs. Yorke if you need help making a plan to achieve those hours.
    • If you need service hours, Turnstone needs volunteers for a tournament on November 12 and 13. See Service Board for more info or sign up at signupgenie.com .
    • Special Olympics needs help for a bowling tournament November 12, either from 8 to 11 a.m. or 12 to 3 p.m. You can sign up for one or both. See service board for more info.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was PALOOKA. A palooka is a lout, an uncouth bumbler.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer, Mrs. Metz’ 2nd period Geometry class, Shawn Witchey, Mrs. Klein, R.N.

    Today’s word: A A G N O R Z

    Tuesday, November 8

    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer the sacrament of reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Holy Mass at 3:08 p.m. in the chapel. All are welcome.
    • ECA Math Review is in room 2011 after school from 3:10 to 3:45 p.m.
    • Sophomore and Junior Students: You will be taking the PreACT on Wednesday, November 9. Report to your assigned classrooms by 7:50 a.m. Classroom assignments will be posted in your English class. Please remember to bring at least one #2 pencil and the calculator that you use for your math class.
    • Freshmen and Seniors: You will report to school at 11:44 a.m. on Wednesday for the start of first period.
    • Seniors: your senior quote is due to your math teacher by this Friday. If you did not order a cap & gown, your waiver is due Friday also. Questions, see Mrs. Porfilio in her office on Wednesday or in Resource.
    • Young men interested in playing baseball who are not currently in a winter sport: Please attend a call-out meeting this Friday at 3:10 in the Weight room. See Coach Garrett in Campus Ministry.
    • Science Academic Team will meet after school on Thursday in room 217, the Physics room. Cookies will be available for this short 30 minute meeting.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Service hours are due on Friday. Freshmen and sophomores need 10 hours from any source. Juniors and seniors need 10 hours from any agency on the list for the poor. If you have already completed your hours, turn in your card to Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. See Mrs. Yorke if you need help making a plan to achieve those hours.
    • If you need service hours, Turnstone needs volunteers for a tournament on November 12 and 13. See Service Board for more info or sign up at signupgenie.com .
    • Special Olympics needs help for a bowling tournament November 12, either from 8 to 11 a.m. or 12 to 3 p.m. You can sign up for one or both. See service board for more info.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Back by popular demand, the Scrabble Word of the Day is: A A K L O O P

    Monday, November 7

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Kudos to the Speech Team who placed 6th out of 35 teams at Fishers this weekend. Bridget Breckler had a perfect day and finished as oratory champion; Olivia Loxton was the first in Dwenger history to place in three events. Other top scorers included Ellie Bogle, Joe Straley, and Gabe Tippmann.
    • Sophomore and Junior Students: You will be taking the PreACT on Wednesday, November 9. Report to your assigned classrooms by 7:50 a.m. Classroom assignments will be posted in your English class. Please remember to bring at least one #2 pencil and the calculator that you use for your math class.
    • Freshmen and Seniors: You will report to school at 11:44 a.m. on Wednesday for the start of first period.
    • All Football Players: There is a short meeting today at 3:10 p.m. in the Weight Room. This is for all players and is mandatory. Let Coach Svarczkopf know if you cannot make the meeting.
    • Boys’ Swim and Dive Team: practice begins today at 3:30 at the Brown Natatorium. You must turn in a physical & concussion form to the A.D.’s office before you practice.
    • Boys’ Basketball tryouts begin today. Grades 10-12 be ready to stretch at 5:15 p.m., grade 9 be ready to stretch at 7:15 p.m. You must have a physical on file in order to try out.
    • Key Club meets tonight at 7:30. Please bring your dues.
    • Any Football players interested in trying out for basketball, please see Coach Kostoff today to discuss the tryout schedule.
    • No Scrabble Club tomorrow due to the elections.
    • NHS: tomorrow will be the first NHS meeting for all existing and new members. All members are required to attend at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Graduates: If you ordered a 2015-16 yearbook and did not pick it up at Verification Day, please come to the Attendance office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up your book.
    • Service hours are due on Friday. Freshmen and sophomores need 10 hours from any source. Juniors and seniors need 10 hours from any agency on the list for the poor. If you have already completed your hours, turn in your card to Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. See Mrs. Yorke if you need help making a plan to achieve those hours.
    • If you need service hours, Turnstone needs volunteers for a tournament on November 12 and 13. See Service Board for more info or sign up at signupgenie.com .
    • Special Olympics needs help for a bowling tournament November 12, either from 8 to 11 a.m. or 12 to 3 p.m. You can sign up for one or both. See service board for more info.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Friday, November 4

    • Congratulations to the Bowling Team for winning against Woodlan 16-4. High bowlers were Colton Buescher with a 187 and a 209 and Ian Fairchild with a 189 and a 190.
    • Golden Trumpet Staff: Pages should be done today. There will be a mandatory meeting in the Library at 7:25 a.m. Monday.
    • Sophomore and Junior Students: You will be taking the PreACT on Wednesday, November 9. Report to your assigned classrooms by 7:50 a.m. Classroom assignments will be posted in your English class. Please remember to bring at least one #2 pencil and the calculator that you use for your math class.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: The second prep session will be this Sunday, November 6, from 1-3 p.m. at the Gloudemans’ home. Be sure to bring your laptop! See your BD email for events we will cover.
    • Tickets for the BD vs New Haven football game will be sold during lunch today for $6. The game is at New Haven at 7 p.m.
    • Boys’ Swim and Dive Team: practice begins Monday at 3:30 at the Brown Natatorium. You must turn in a physical & concussion form to the A.D.’s office before you practice.
    • Boys’ Basketball tryouts begin Monday, November 7. Grades 10-12 be ready to stretch at 5:15 p.m., grade 9 be ready to stretch at 7:15 p.m. You must have a physical on file in order to try out.
    • NHS: next Tuesday will be the first NHS meeting for all existing and new members. All members are required to attend at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Service hours are due on November 11. Freshmen and sophomores need 10 hours from any source. Juniors and seniors need 10 hours from any agency on the list for the poor. If you have already completed your hours, turn in your card to Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. See Mrs. Yorke if you need help making a plan to achieve those hours.
    • If you need service hours, Turnstone needs volunteers for tournaments on November 5 and 6 and November 12 and 13. See Service Board for more info or sign up at signupgenie.com .
    • Special Olympics needs help for a bowling tournament November 12, either from 8 to 11 a.m. or 12 to 3 p.m. You can sign up for one or both. See service board for more info.
    • We are collecting new or gently used toys for the next two weeks for Treasure House, a thrift store which benefits the Rescue Mission. Collection box is in the Campus Ministry hallway.
    • Saints for Life: The website for the National March for Life to DC is now open. Go to www.fwsbym.com/marchforlife to register. Dates are 1/26/17 through 1/29.

    Thursday, November 3

    • Attention Science Olympiad team: The second prep session will be this Sunday, November 6 from 1-3pm at the Gloudemans’ home. Be sure to bring your laptop! See your BD email for events we will cover.
    • Congratulations to the Spell Bowl team on receiving 2nd place in their class at the Area meet last night. Special shout out to Laura Carroll for her perfect round!
    • There wil