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Daily Announcements

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

    Wednesday, May 24

    • Congratulations to the 2017 Scrabble Tournament winner, Michael Voors!
    • Please pick up any medications by the end of the day today. Anything not picked up will be discarded.
    • Pick up your schedule and permission slip to ride the bus for Summer Fridays with the children of the Euell Wilson Center. Summer Fridays program start June 16 and runs through July 28.
    • Wrestlers: Remember the Heart & Soul Camp with the University of Indianapolis is fast approaching. Please get your stuff turned in to Coach Nix ASAP. Camp is June 20-22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Camp brochures can be found in the coaches’ office or at the main office. We’ll have a quick 5 minute meeting today after school in the weight room.
    • W131/Advanced Composition students for next year should see Mrs. Brady for the summer reading assignment.
    • AP Music Theory students need to see Mrs. Maloney today to pick up their summer homework. Be sure to accept the Canvas invitation for Summer AP Theory.
    • AP English Language students need to stop by Mrs. Kromer’s room, room 101, to pick up a hard copy of the summer reading book.
    • Seniors: FBLA needs your uniforms for our used uniform sale. Please consider donating your items to help our members attend National Conference. See Mrs. Weadock with any questions.
    • Congratulations to next year’s NHS officers: President Josh Wolfe, VPs Chino Eke, Allie Strzelecki, Caitlyn Ryan, and Sam Weldon, Secretary-Treasurers Collin Cahill and Nikki Gloudemans, and Board members Madeleine Barondeau, Isaac Beam, Ben Otto, Elizabeth Roy, and Claire Schroeder.
    • Taking AP Literature next year? See Mrs. Brady in room 1014 for summer reading info. A limited number of novels will be available for you to check out.
    • Taking Drivers’ Ed? Check your email for an important message.
    • Mrs. Wheeler (room 114) and Mrs. Walker (room 107) are collecting any reusable school supplies you would otherwise discard during locker cleanout.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • There is an urgent plea for 12 male students, 16 or older, to apply to be counselors at Muscular Dystrophy Camp June 3-9. See Mrs. Yorke and/or check your email.
    • Erin’s House is looking for summer babysitters from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays this summer. Pizza is included. See Mrs. Yorke, service board, or email.

    Tuesday, May 23

    • Congratulations to the 2017 Scrabble Tournament winner, Michael Voors!
    • Please pick up any medications by the end of the day tomorrow (Wednesday). Anything not picked up will be discarded.
    • Attention all young men interested in playing football: There’s an important meeting today after school in the Weight Room. This meeting is for those not currently in a spring sport.
    • Pick up your schedule and permission slip to ride the bus for Summer Fridays with the children of the Euell Wilson Center. Summer Fridays program start June 16 and runs through July 28.
    • Wrestlers: Remember the Heart & Soul Camp with the University of Indianapolis is fast approaching. Please get your stuff turned in to Coach Nix ASAP. Camp is June 20-22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Camp brochures can be found in the coaches’ office or at the main office. We’ll have a quick 5 minute meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, after school in the weight room.
    • W131/Advanced Composition students for next year should see Mrs. Brady for the summer reading assignment.
    • AP Music Theory students need to see Mrs. Maloney today to pick up their summer homework. Be sure to accept the Canvas invitation for Summer AP Theory.
    • AP English Language students need to stop by Mrs. Kromer’s room, room 101, to pick up a hard copy of the summer reading book.
    • Seniors: FBLA needs your uniforms for our used uniform sale. Please consider donating your items to help our members attend National Conference. See Mrs. Weadock with any questions.
    • Congratulations to next year’s NHS officers: President Josh Wolfe, VPs Chino Eke, Allie Strzelecki, Caitlyn Ryan, and Sam Weldon, Secretary-Treasurers Collin Cahill and Nikki Gloudemans, and Board members Madeleine Barondeau, Isaac Beam, Ben Otto, Elizabeth Roy, and Claire Schroeder.
    • Taking AP Literature next year? See Mrs. Brady in room 1014 for summer reading info. A limited number of novels will be available for you to check out.
    • Taking Drivers’ Ed? Check your email for an important message.
    • Mrs. Wheeler (room 114) and Mrs. Walker (room 107) are collecting any reusable school supplies you would otherwise discard during locker cleanout.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • There is an urgent plea for 12 male students, 16 or older, to apply to be counselors at Muscular Dystrophy Camp June 3-9. See Mrs. Yorke and/or check your email.
    • Erin’s House is looking for summer babysitters from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays this summer. Pizza is included. See Mrs. Yorke, service board, or email.

    Monday, May 22

    • Congratulations to the 2017 Scrabble Tournament winner, Michael Voors!
    • Attention all young men interested in playing football: There’s an important meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) after school in the Weight Room. This meeting is for those not currently in a spring sport.
    • AP 131/Advanced Composition students for next year should see Mrs. Brady for the summer reading assignment.
    • AP Music Theory students need to see Mrs. Maloney today to pick up their summer homework. Be sure to accept the Canvas invitation for Summer AP Theory.
    • AP English Language students need to stop by Mrs. Kromer’s room, room 101, to pick up a hard copy of the summer reading book.
    • Seniors: FBLA needs your uniforms for our used uniform sale. Please consider donating your items to help our members attend National Conference. See Mrs. Weadock with any questions.
    • Congratulations to next year’s NHS officers: President Josh Wolfe, VPs Chino Eke, Allie Strzelecki, Caitlyn Ryan, and Sam Weldon, Secretary-Treasurers Collin Cahill and Nikki Gloudemans, and Board members Madeleine Barondeau, Isaac Beam, Ben Otto, Elizabeth Roy, and Claire Schroeder.
    • Juniors: If you are taking English W131 next year, you need to complete the IPFW online application and submit a parent permission form to the Guidance Office by the end of the week. See your counselor with any questions.
    • Taking AP Literature next year? See Mrs. Brady in room 1014 for summer reading info. A limited number of novels will be available for you to check out.
    • Seniors may pick up any of their medications from the Nurses’ Office at the end of any day this week.
    • Taking Drivers’ Ed? Check your email for an important message.
    • Mrs. Wheeler (room 114) and Mrs. Walker (room 107) are collecting any reusable school supplies you would otherwise discard during locker cleanout.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • There is an urgent plea for 12 male students, 16 or older, to apply to be counselors at Muscular Dystrophy Camp June 3-9. See Mrs. Yorke and/or check your email.
    • Erin’s House is looking for summer babysitters from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays this summer. Pizza is included. See Mrs. Yorke, service board, or email.

    Friday, May 19

    • Congratulations to the tennis team who beat New Haven last night in the first round of sectionals 4-1. Abby Oswald, Cassidy Klinker, Abby Schreck, Megan Lopez, Samantha Rohloff, and Savanna Henry all won their matches. The girls play Concordia tonight for the sectional title, so come out and support the tennis team at 5:15 at Zolner.
    • AP Music Theory students need to see Mrs. Maloney today to pick up their summer homework. Be sure to accept the Canvas invitation for Summer AP Theory.
    • AP English Language students need to stop by Mrs. Kromer’s room, room 101, to pick up a hard copy of the summer reading book.
    • Seniors: FBLA needs your uniforms for our used uniform sale. Please consider donating your items to help our members attend National Conference. See Mrs. Weadock with any questions.
    • Students who went to FWO for free physicals must turn the paperwork in to the AD this week.
    • Wrestlers: Please pick up a camp flyer for the U of Indianapolis Heart Soul Camp June 20-22. Coach Nix would like to know soon who is going to camp. Next season begins now! Get to work!
    • Congratulations to next year’s NHS officers: President Josh Wolfe, VPs Chino Eke, Allie Strzelecki, Caitlyn Ryan, and Sam Weldon, Secretary-Treasurers Collin Cahill and Nikki Gloudemans, and Board members Madeleine Barondeau, Isaac Beam, Ben Otto, Elizabeth Roy, and Claire Schroeder.
    • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: please vote for next year’s Student Council officers. Voting is live now on your Canvas “All Students” page until Friday at 3 p.m.
    • Seniors: Your lunch accounts must be paid by Friday. Your diploma can be held until all money is paid.
    • Juniors: If you are taking English W131 next year, you need to complete the IPFW online application and submit a parent permission form to the Guidance Office by the end of the week. See your counselor with any questions.
    • Book Club members: See Sam Faulk to pick up your patch by the end of the week.
    • Taking AP Literature next year? See Mrs. Brady in room 1014 for summer reading info. A limited number of novels will be available for you to check out.
    • Seniors: don’t forget to complete the Senior Survey that was sent out via email and Canvas.
    • Seniors may pick up any of their medications from the Nurses’ Office at the end of any day this week.
    • Taking Drivers’ Ed? Check your email for an important message.
    • Mrs. Wheeler (room 114) and Mrs. Walker (room 107) are collecting any reusable school supplies you would otherwise discard during locker cleanout.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • There is an urgent plea for 12 male students, 16 or older, to apply to be counselors at Muscular Dystrophy Camp June 3-9. See Mrs. Yorke and/or check your email.
    • St. Charles needs volunteers for the St. Vincent de Paul truck on May 20 and 21.
    • Erin’s House is looking for summer babysitters from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays this summer. Pizza is included. See Mrs. Yorke, service board, or email.

    Thursday, May 18

    • We will have confession during all lunch periods today.
    • Wrestlers: Please pick up a camp flyer for the U of Indianapolis Heart Soul Camp June 20-22. Coach Nix would like to know soon who is going to camp. Next season begins now! Get to work!
    • Please join us for Sancta Familia Holy Hour from 7-8 p.m. Fr. Bob will speak on Our Lady of Fatima.
    • Congratulations to next year’s NHS officers: President Josh Wolfe, VPs Chino Eke, Allie Strzelecki, Caitlyn Ryan, and Sam Weldon, Secretary-Treasurers Collin Cahill and Nikki Gloudemans, and Board members Madeleine Barondeau, Isaac Beam, Ben Otto, Elizabeth Roy, and Claire Schroeder.
    • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: please vote for next year’s Student Council officers. Voting is live now on your Canvas “All Students” page until Friday at 3 p.m.
    • Please join us for Mass in the Chapel Friday at 7:15 a.m.
    • Seniors: Your lunch accounts must be paid by Friday. Your diploma can be held until all money is paid.
    • Juniors: If you are taking English W131 next year, you need to complete the IPFW online application and submit a parent permission form to the Guidance Office by the end of the week. See your counselor with any questions.
    • Book Club members: See Sam Faulk to pick up your patch by the end of the week.
    • Taking AP US History next year? You must attend a meeting either Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday in Mrs. Bleeke’s room, room 214 to get your summer assignment and textbooks. Please arrive by 7:25 a.m.
    • Taking AP Literature next year? See Mrs. Brady in room 1014 for summer reading info. A limited number of novels will be available for you to check out.
    • Seniors: don’t forget to complete the Senior Survey that was sent out via email and Canvas.
    • Seniors may pick up any of their medications from the Nurses’ Office at the end of any day this week.
    • Taking Drivers’ Ed? Check your email for an important message.
    • Mrs. Wheeler (room 114) and Mrs. Walker (room 107) are collecting any reusable school supplies you would otherwise discard during locker cleanout.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • Cross Country has an informational meeting at 7:20 a.m. Friday in Mrs. Brady’s room. All athletes interested in running next year should attend. See Mrs. Brady with questions.
    • Seniors: Thursday is College/Career dress down day. Wear a shirt showing off your plans for after high school.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • There is an urgent plea for 12 male students, 16 or older, to apply to be counselors at Muscular Dystrophy Camp June 3-9. See Mrs. Yorke and/or check your email.
    • St. Charles needs volunteers for the St. Vincent de Paul truck on May 20 and 21.
    • Erin’s House is looking for summer babysitters from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays this summer. Pizza is included. See Mrs. Yorke, service board, or email.

    Wednesday, May 17

    • Congratulations to next year’s NHS officers: President Josh Wolfe, VPs Chino Eke, Allie Strzelecki, Caitlyn Ryan, and Sam Weldon, Secretary-Treasurers Collin Cahill and Nikki Gloudemans, and Board members Madeleine Barondeau, Isaac Beam, Ben Otto, Elizabeth Roy, and Claire Schroeder.
    • Sadly, Spanish Club dinner has been cancelled due to lack of reservations.
    • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: please vote for next year’s Student Council officers. Voting is live now on your Canvas “All Students” page until Friday at 3 p.m.
    • Seniors: Your lunch accounts must be paid by Friday. Your diploma can be held until all money is paid.
    • The last rosary for the school year will be Thursday at 7:25 a.m. in the Chapel. All are welcome, including parents, grandparents, alums, and all friends of Bishop Dwenger.
    • Juniors: If you are taking English W131 next year, you need to complete the IPFW online application and submit a parent permission form to the Guidance Office by the end of the week. See your counselor with any questions.
    • Book Club members: See Sam Faulk to pick up your patch by the end of the week.
    • Taking AP US History next year? You must attend a meeting either Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday in Mrs. Bleeke’s room, room 214 to get your summer assignment and textbooks. Please arrive by 7:25 a.m.
    • Taking AP Chemistry next year? Please attend a meeting Thursday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Fairchild’s room, room 210, for information about the summer assignment.
    • Taking AP Literature next year? See Mrs. Brady in room 1014 for summer reading info. A limited number of novels will be available for you to check out.
    • Seniors: don’t forget to complete the Senior Survey that was sent out via email and Canvas.
    • Seniors may pick up any of their medications from the Nurses’ Office at the end of any day this week.
    • Taking Drivers’ Ed? Check your email for an important message.
    • Mrs. Wheeler (room 114) and Mrs. Walker (room 107) are collecting any reusable school supplies you would otherwise discard during locker cleanout.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • Cross Country has an informational meeting at 7:20 a.m. Friday in Mrs. Brady’s room. All athletes interested in running next year should attend. See Mrs. Brady with questions.
    • Seniors: Thursday is College/Career dress down day. Wear a shirt showing off your plans for after high school.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • There is an urgent plea for 12 male students, 16 or older, to apply to be counselors at Muscular Dystrophy Camp June 3-9. See Mrs. Yorke and/or check your email.
    • St. Charles needs volunteers for the St. Vincent de Paul truck on May 20 and 21.
    • Erin’s House is looking for summer babysitters from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Pizza is included. See Mrs. Yorke, service board, or email.

    Tuesday, May 16

    • We will have confession during all lunch periods today.
    • Please join us for Mass in the Chapel at 3:08 p.m. today.
    • Taking AP US History next year? You must attend a meeting either Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday in Mrs. Bleeke’s room, room 214 to get your summer assignment and textbooks. Please arrive by 7:25 a.m.
    • Taking AP Chemistry next year? Please attend a meeting Thursday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Fairchild’s room, room 210, for information about the summer assignment.
    • Seniors: don’t forget to complete the Senior Survey that was sent out via email and Canvas.
    • Seniors may pick up any of their medications from the Nurses’ Office at the end of any day this week.
    • Taking Drivers’ Ed? Check your email for an important message.
    • Mrs. Wheeler (room 114) and Mrs. Walker (room 107) are collecting any reusable school supplies you would otherwise discard during locker cleanout.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Euell Wilson tutors: Please join us for pizza in the SAC lobby during your lunch on Tuesday, May 16. The staff at the Euell Wilson Center wants to thank you.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • Spanish Club dinner has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Cafeteria. Make your reservation with Sra. Becker in room 219. Dinner will be catered by Dos Margaritas at a cost of $15 per person, and we will decorate piñatas.
    • Cross Country has an informational meeting at 7:20 a.m. Friday in Mrs. Brady’s room. All athletes interested in running next year should attend. See Mrs. Brady with questions.
    • Seniors: Thursday is College/Career dress down day. Wear a shirt showing off your plans for after high school.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • There is an urgent plea for 12 male students, 16 or older, to apply to be counselors at Muscular Dystrophy Camp June 3-9. See Mrs. Yorke and/or check your email.
    • St. Charles needs volunteers for the St. Vincent de Paul truck on May 20 and 21.
    • Erin’s House is looking for summer babysitters from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Pizza is included. See Mrs. Yorke, service board, or email.

    Monday, May 15

    • Band uniform fittings tonight at 5 p.m. in the band room.
    • Taking AP US History next year? You must attend a meeting either Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday in Mrs. Bleeke’s room, room 214 to get your summer assignment and textbooks. Please arrive by 7:25 a.m.
    • Seniors: don’t forget to complete the Senior Survey that was sent out via email and Canvas.
    • Seniors may pick up any of their medications from the Nurses’ Office at the end of any day this week.
    • Taking Drivers’ Ed? Check your email for an important message.
    • Mrs. Wheeler (room 114) and Mrs. Walker (room 107) are collecting any reusable school supplies you would otherwise discard during locker cleanout.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Our last Key Club meeting of the year is tonight at 7:30 in the Cafeteria. Come pick up your chevrons.
    • Scrabble Club members: Come by room 206 Tuesday a.m. to get your chevron.
    • BD academic teams will have their end of the year breakfast on Tuesday, May 16, at 7:20 a.m. in Mr. Ehinger’s room, room 217.
    • Euell Wilson tutors: Please join us for pizza in the SAC lobby during your lunch on Tuesday, May 16. The staff at the Euell Wilson Center wants to thank you.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • Spanish Club dinner has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Cafeteria. Make your reservation with Sra. Becker in room 219. Dinner will be catered by Dos Margaritas at a cost of $15 per person, and we will decorate piñatas.
    • Seniors: Friday is College/Career dress down day. Wear a shirt showing off your plans for after high school.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • There is an urgent plea for 12 male students, 16 or older, to apply to be couselors at Muscular Dystrophy Camp June 3-9. See Mrs. Yorke and/or check your email.
    • St. Charles needs volunteers for the St. Vincent de Paul truck on May 20 and 21.

    Friday, May 12

    • The Girls’ Rugby team has a big game today against Penn, a nationally ranked team. Please keep the Lady Saints in your thoughts so they can win home field advantage for semi-state.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • BD academic teams will have their end of the year breakfast on Tuesday, May 16, at 7:20 a.m. in Mr. Ehinger’s room, room 217.
    • Euell Wilson tutors: Please join us for pizza in the SAC lobby during your lunch on Tuesday, May 16. The staff at the Euell Wilson Center wants to thank you.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • Spanish Club dinner has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Cafeteria. Make your reservation with Sra. Becker in room 219. Dinner will be catered by Dos Margaritas at a cost of $15 per person, and we will decorate piñatas.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • There is an urgent plea for 12 male students, 16 or older, to apply to be couselors at Muscular Dystrophy Camp June 3-9. See Mrs. Yorke and/or check your email.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers tomorrow for a power soccer league.
    • St. Charles needs volunteers for the St. Vincent de Paul truck on May 20 and 21.
    • Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was INVEIGH.
    • Winners: Sr. Strayer, Mrs. Roberts’ 2nd period, Anthony Palermo, Drew Lytle, John Heaton, Teresa Breckler, Elizabeth Brown, Stephanie Hanic
    • Today’s word: I K L O O N T   

    Thursday, May 11

    • Lost and Found items have been laid outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Seniors: Please complete the newspaper survey on the senior Canvas page by 3 p.m. on Thursday so that your college decision can be printed in the senior issue of the newspaper.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Auditions for the Senior Song at graduation will be held Thursday, May 11, in the Choir room after school. Stop by the choir room for audition material.
    • Euell Wilson tutors: Please join us for pizza in the SAC lobby during your lunch on Tuesday, May 16. The staff at the Euell Wilson Center wants to thank you.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • 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.
    • Spanish Club dinner has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Cafeteria. Make your reservation with Sra. Becker in room 219. Dinner will be catered by Dos Margaritas at a cost of $15 per person, and we will decorate piñatas.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your book bag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was SPUMONI.
    • Winners: Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Los Tres Amigos, Mr. Chenowith, Anthony Palermo, Mrs. Nelson, Elizabeth Brown, Stephanie Hanic
    • Today’s word: E G H I I N V   

    Wednesday, May 10

    • Girls’ Rugby won their game against South Bend 75-7. Grace Strack, Hailie Markiton, and Kate Hill scored multiple times.
    • Lost and Found items have been laid outside the front office. Please come to claim your items. Anything not claimed will be donated.
    • Seniors: Please complete the newspaper survey on the senior Canvas page by 3 p.m. on Thursday so that your college decision can be printed in the senior issue of the newspaper.
    • Mrs. Schriner says: Return your library books. If you fail to return them, your diploma/report card will be held until you pay for the book.
    • Auditions for the Senior Song at graduation will be held Thursday, May 11, in the Choir room after school. Stop by the choir room for audition material.
    • Please pick up your undergraduate awards in the Library after school Wednesday from 3:10 to 3:45.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • 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.
    • Spanish Club dinner has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Cafeteria. Make your reservation with Sra. Becker in room 219. Dinner will be catered by Dos Margaritas at a cost of $15 per person, and we will decorate piñatas.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your bookbag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was VERDANT.
    • Winners: Teresa Breckler, Mrs. Roberts’ and Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Anthony Palermo, Reed Keplinger, Julian Walter, Nick Worman, Pete Winkeljohn, C.J. Booth, Noah Tippmann, Bridget Breckler, Stephanie Hanic, Elizabeth Brown, Mr. Chenowith, Mrs. Klein
    • Today’s word: I M N O P S U   

    Tuesday, May 9

    • NO study tables tonight after school.
    • Please join us for Mass in the Chapel at 3:08 this afternoon.
    • Please pick up your undergraduate awards in the Library after school Tuesday or Wednesday from 3:10 to 3:45.
    • Show choir auditions are May 8 and 9 after school in the choir room. Check the performing arts page on the school web site for more info.
    • Applications for summer Driver’s Education are in the rack outside the Main Office.
    • 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.
    • Spanish Club dinner has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Cafeteria. Make your reservation with Sra. Becker in room 219. Dinner will be catered by Dos Margaritas at a cost of $15 per person, and we will decorate piñatas.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your bookbag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.
    • Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was WAYWARD.
    • Winners: Laura Carroll, Mrs. Reinhart, Mrs. Roberts’ 2nd period class, Mrs. Noble, John Paul Tran, Anthony Palermo, Julian Walter, Elizabeth Brown, Stephanie Hanic, Mr. Chenowith, Mr. Nathan Conroy, Mrs. Yorke, Ms. Gish, Mrs. Stroud, Bridget Breckler
    • Today’s word: A D E N R T V   

    Monday, May 8

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer the sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Show choir auditions are May 8 and 9 after school in the choir room. Check the performing arts page on the school web site for more info.
    • Key Club Monday is Bingo at Kingston at 6:30 p.m. No meeting at school. Chevrons can be picked up in room 206 after school.
    • 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.
    • Spanish Club dinner has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Cafeteria. Make your reservation with Sra. Becker in room 219. Dinner will be catered by Dos Margaritas at a cost of $15 per person, and we will decorate piñatas.
    • Art students: please pick up your artwork from first and second semester. See your art teacher before or after school.
    • Calling all Saints: Please consider donating your bookbag for the homeless. Shelby Bushey, an alumna, is collecting them for those in need. A collection box is located in Campus Ministry through the last day of school.
    • Our local PBS station is looking for volunteers for “Rally to Read”. Students are needed to read books to children, dress up as PBS mascots, and assist with literacy activities. The event is May 20, from 11:30 to 2 p.m. See Mr. Chenowith if interested.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was ABDOMEN.

    Winners: Riley Maddox, Mr. Chenowith, Mrs. Yorke, Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Gonzagowski, Pete Winkeljohn, Teresa Breckler, Sr. Strayer, Mr. Nathan Conroy, Stephanie Hanic, Elizabeth Brown, Rebecca Cochran, Mrs. Wheeler

    Today’s word: A A D R W W Y   

    Friday, May 5

    • The following games are cancelled tonight: Softball, JV Baseball, Tennis, Golf, Rugby Girls, and Rugby Boys’ practice. Girls’ Track practice is on for today; we will practice indoors.
    • 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! Student tickets are $6. Former students Thomas Leffers (’10) and Rachel Horter (’13) will speak about how Dwenger shaped the careers in the fine arts. Paintings by Thomas will be on display and Rachel will perform a mini concert before the show.
    • Any student planning to play a sport next year: FWO on West Jefferson offers FREE physicals this Saturday starting at 9:30 a.m.
    • Seniors: Voting for Prom Court is now live on the Canvas Senior page. Please vote by Friday at lunch time. Tickets will be sold Monday through Wednesday next week before school and during lunch.
    • Show choir auditions are May 8 and 9 after school in the choir room. Check the performing arts page on the school web site for more info.
    • Key Club Monday is Bingo at Kingston at 6:30 p.m. No meeting at school. Chevrons can be picked up in room 206 after school.
    • 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.
    • Spanish Club dinner has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Cafeteria. Make your reservation with Sra. Becker in room 219. Dinner will be catered by Dos Margaritas at a cost of $15 per person, and we will decorate piñatas.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day: A B D E M N O

    Thursday, May 4

    • Any student planning to play a sport next year: FWO on West Jefferson offers FREE physicals this Saturday starting at 9:30 a.m.
    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Tennis team, who beat Northrop yesterday 5-0. Abby Oswald, Cassidy Klinker, Eden Carrison-Kitch, Abby Schreck, Megan Lopez, Samantha Rohloff, and Savanna Henry won for Varsity. For Junior Varsity, Laura Brust, Lauren Haraburda, Maddie Merryman, and Sophie Vandegriff were all victorious. Great job!
    • Seniors: Today is the last day to take the Senior Superlatives and Teacher Superlatives quiz on the Canvas page. To quote Mrs. Schriner: Just take it already. Winners will be announced tomorrow.
    • Chess Club meets Friday at 7:20 a.m. in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 201.
    • Seniors: Voting for Prom Court is now live on the Canvas Senior page. Please vote by Friday at lunch time. Tickets will be sold Monday through Wednesday next week before school and during lunch.
    • Show choir auditions are May 8 and 9 after school in the choir room. Check the performing arts page on the school web site for more info.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Spanish Club dinner has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Cafeteria. Make your reservation with Sra. Becker in room 219. Dinner will be catered by Dos Margaritas at a cost of $15 per person, and we will decorate piñatas.

    Friday, April 28

    • Science Olympiad members please stop by the Main Office some time today.
    • Invited to the Scholarship Luncheon next week? Please RSVP to Mrs. Schreck today so she knows you received the email invitation.
    • Varsity Baseball is selling tickets to their game against Bishop Luers at 4:30 Friday, May 5 at Parkview Field. Tickets are $5 and will go on sale Wednesday during all lunch periods, or you can buy them from Coach Garrett in Campus Ministry.
    • French Club is having a dinner Friday at 6 p.m. at Panera on Dupont. Please join us!
    • Bye Bye Birdie will be running commercials on the CW for the next two weeks. Keep track of the date and time of each airing, and you can enter into a drawing during one of the performances of the musical next week.
    • Seniors: Please check the Senior Canvas page. Senior Superlatives and Teacher Superlatives are posted as a quiz on the Canvas page, and will close on May 5. Email Mrs. Isch or Mrs. Schriner with any questions.
    • Scrabble Tournament round two starts this week. Contact your opponent and set a time (other than Tuesday a.m.)
    • Junior NHS members: We will elect officers and discuss next year’s duties at our meeting Tuesday, May 2 in the cafeteria at 7:20. Juniors only.
    • There will be a short meeting after school Tuesday, May 2, in Mr. Koehl’s room, room 106B for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall. Please be prompt.
    • Show choir auditions are May 8 and 9 after school in the choir room. Check the performing arts page on the school web site for more info.
    • 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. They also need volunteers in their art barn, camp store, and skills classes. See service board or Mrs. Yorke for details.
    • 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 TABLOID. Rupert Murdoch made his fortune publishing tabloid newspapers.
    • Winners: Anthony Palermo, Mrs. Roberts’, Mrs. Campbell’s, and Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Owen Sharpe, Peter Winkeljohn, Julian Walter, Gardner Barile, Braxton Cashbaugh, Teresa Breckler, Mrs. Gonzagowski, Mr. Nathan Conroy, Mrs. Wheeler, Mr. Chenowith, Elizabeth Brown, Stephanie Hanic
    • Today’s word: E E I L M R V   

    Thursday, April 27

    • Fr. Bob will offer the sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • The Girls’ Tennis Team defeated South Side yesterday 5-0. Abby Oswald, Cassidy Klinker, and Eden Carrison-Kitch all won in singles, and doubles partners Abby Schreck and Megan Lopez, and Samantha Rohloff and Savanna Henry won their matches also.
    • Varsity Baseball is selling tickets to their game against Bishop Luers at 4:30 Friday, May 5 at Parkview Field. Tickets are $5 and will go on sale Wednesday during all lunch periods, or you can buy them from Coach Garrett in Campus Ministry.
    • French Club is having a dinner Friday at 6 p.m. at Panera on Dupont. Please join us!
    • Bye Bye Birdie will be running commercials on the CW for the next two weeks. Keep track of the date and time of each airing, and you can enter into a drawing during one of the performances of the musical next week.
    • Seniors: Please check the Senior Canvas page. Senior Superlatives and Teacher Superlatives are posted as a quiz on the Canvas page, and will close on May 5. Email Mrs. Isch or Mrs. Schriner with any questions.
    • 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.
    • Junior NHS members: We will elect officers and discuss next year’s duties at our meeting Tuesday, May 2 in the cafeteria at 7:20. Juniors only.
    • There will be a short meeting after school Tuesday, May 2, in Mr. Koehl’s room, room 106B for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall. Please be prompt.
    • Show choir auditions are May 8 and 9 after school in the choir room. Check the performing arts page on the school web site for more info.
    • 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. They also need volunteers in their art barn, camp store, and skills classes. See service board or Mrs. Yorke for details.
    • 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 UTENSIL. My vegetable peeler is my favorite kitchen utensil.
    • Winners: Anthony Palermo, Mrs. Roberts’ and Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Owen Sharpe, Elizabeth Brown, Stephanie Hanic
    • Today’s word: A B D I L O T   

    Wednesday, April 26

    • Congratulations to Andrew Harding for his 2nd place finish at the State Skills USA plumbing competition. Well done, Andrew!
    • Sophomores: If you missed your Math ISTEP test, check your email for makeup instructions from Mrs. Dirig.
    • We will have the sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • No Project Linus tonight after school. See you next Wednesday.
    • Varsity Baseball is selling tickets to their game against Bishop Luers at 4:30 Friday, May 5 at Parkview Field. Tickets are $5 and will go on sale Wednesday during all lunch periods, or you can buy them from Coach Garrett in Campus Ministry.
    • French Club is having a dinner Friday at 6 p.m. at Panera on Dupont. Please join us!
    • Bye Bye Birdie will be running commercials on the CW for the next two weeks. Keep track of the date and time of each airing, and you can enter into a drawing during one of the performances of the musical next week.
    • Seniors: Please check the Senior Canvas page. Senior Superlatives and Teacher Superlatives are posted as a quiz on the Canvas page, and will close on May 5. Email Mrs. Isch or Mrs. Schriner with any questions.
    • 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.
    • Junior NHS members: We will elect officers and discuss next year’s duties at our meeting Tuesday, May 2 in the cafeteria at 7:20. Juniors only.
    • Show choir auditions are May 8 and 9 after school in the choir room. Check the performing arts page on the school web site for more info.
    • 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.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day: E I L N S T U

    Tuesday, April 25

    • Girls’ Tennis beat Bishop Luers yesterday 4-1. Eden Carrison-Kitch and Cassidy Klinker won singles and Abby Schreck and Megan Lopez and partners Samantha Rohloff and Savanna Henry won doubles.
    • Wednesday is a dress down day for Redeemer Radio. Pay $1 to your home room teacher to dress down. Follow guidelines found on page 20 of your student planner.
    • Congratulations to Varsity Baseball! They defeated #4 ranked Carroll last night 3-2. Please plan to watch them play Bishop Luers Friday, May 5 at Parkview Field. Tickets are $5 and will go on sale Wednesday during all lunch periods. Game time is 4:30 p.m.
    • We will have the sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Bye Bye Birdie will be running commercials on the CW for the next two weeks. Keep track of the date and time of each airing, and you can enter into a drawing during one of the performances of the musical next week.
    • Seniors: Please check the Senior Canvas page. Senior Superlatives and Teacher Superlatives are posted as a quiz on the Canvas page, and will close on May 5. Email Mrs. Isch or Mrs. Schriner with any questions.
    • 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.
    • Show choir auditions are May 8 and 9 after school in the choir room. Check the performing arts page on the school web site for more info.
    • 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.

    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.