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 19

    • Science Olympiad team—The bus will leave the SAC parking lot at 6:15 AM tomorrow Saturday, January 20 for the Northridge Invitational. A light breakfast will be provided. Bring money for lunch, your notes, builds and entertainment/homework for downtime. Wear jeans and your Science Olympiad t-shirt (long-sleeved shirt, ankle-covering socks and hair tied back if you are in Chem Lab, Forensics or Material Science). We will return around 7 PM.
    • Children’s Hope House is looking for volunteers next Saturday at Mike’s Car Wash to collect donations. See Service Board or Mrs. Yorke.
    • Snowcoming is coming. After a week of festivities starting January 29, on Friday, February 2, we will dress down and wear our Snowcoming shirts. Order your $15 shirt on the All Student Canvas page. Absolutely no orders or money will be taken after 3pm on Friday, January 19!
    • Students who took CINS first semester can pick up their final projects and rubrics in Mrs. Weadock’s room.
    • Beginning next week, we will begin booting all cars with no visible parking permit. Once booted, a car is NOT drivable. Purchase a parking permit from the office to prevent this. If you are booted you must purchase a permit, at full yearly cost, before the boot is removed.
    • Science Olympiad team—plan to attend a mandatory meeting after school from 3:05-3:10 on Monday, January 22 to get permission slips and information for the Regional competition at Purdue. Please be prompt!
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday, January 23 and Thursday, January 25 at 7:20 a.m. in room 123 to work on Snowcoming.
    • Saints Alive! update: All Thursday Preview Night slots are filled. Saturday still has 70 openings for waiters and waitresses. These are 4 hour shifts, no experience needed. You can count your time as service hours or as a BD Ambassador event. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day – E L N O P T U

    Thursday, January 18

    • No conditioning workout tonight after school for football players.
    • Children’s Hope House is looking for volunteers next Saturday at Mike’s Car Wash to collect donations. See Service Board or Mrs. Yorke.
    • After school detention is Thursday, January 18th from 3:10-3:40 pm, if you have any questions or concerns about this change please see Mr. O'Sullivan.
    • Snowcoming is almost here. After a week of festivities starting January 29, on Friday, February 2, we will dress down and wear our Snowcoming shirts. Order your $15 shirt on the All Student Canvas page. Absolutely no orders or money will be taken after 3:00 pm on Friday, January 19!
    • Students who took CINS first semester can pick up their final projects and rubrics in Mrs. Weadock’s room.
    • Beginning next week, we will begin booting all cars with no visible parking permit. Once booted, a car is NOT drivable. Purchase a parking permit from the office to prevent this. If you are booted you must purchase a permit, at full yearly cost, before the boot is removed.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday, January 23 and Thursday, January 25 at 7:20 am in room 123 to work on Snowcoming.
    • Saints Alive! update: All Thursday Preview Night slots are filled. Saturday still has 70 openings for waiters and waitresses. These are 4 hour shifts, no experience needed. You can count your time as service hours or as a BD Ambassador event. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day – E L N O P T U

    Wednesday, January 17

    • Congratulations to the Table Tennis winners from last night: Liam Row and Matthias Post. We will meet at our regular time tomorrow after school.
    • Snowcoming is coming. After a week of festivities starting January 29, on Friday, February 2, we will dress down and wear our Snowcoming shirts. Order your $15 shirt on the All Student Canvas page. Absolutely no orders or money will be taken after 3pm on Friday, January 19!  
    • After school detention for Wednesday January 17th has been moved to tomorrow,  Thursday, January 18th, from 3:10-3:40, if you have any questions or concerns about this change please see Mr. O'Sullivan tomorrow.
    • Beginning next week, we will begin booting all cars with no visible parking permit. Once booted, a car is NOT driveable. Purchase a parking permit from the office to prevent this. If you are booted you must purchase a permit, at full yearly cost, before the boot is removed.
    • Students who took CINS first semester can pick up their final projects and rubrics in Mrs. Weadock’s room.
    • BD Tech Club meets every other Wednesday at 3:15 in the Media Center. Our first meeting is today. This is for anyone interested in technology, whether you feel like an expert or a novice. Come help us plan future meetings and activities. See Mr. Ijames or Mrs. Polhamus with questions.
    • Spanish Club’s conversation dinner at Taqueria El Ranchito is tonight at 6:30 p.m. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door if you would like to go.
    • Want to better understand your impact on the world? Want an after school snack? Come to Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112, to check out S.E.A Our first meeting is today at 3:15. Hope to see you there.
    • Science Academic Super Bowl Team: Please plan on meeting Thursday at 7:15 a.m. Mr. Ehinger will join us for “Fun with Physics”.
    • Saints Alive! update: All Thursday Preview Night slots are filled. Saturday still has 70 openings for waiters and waitresses. These are 4 hour shifts, no experience needed. You can count your time as service hours or as a BD Ambassador event. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day – E L N O P T U

    Tuesday, January 16

    • Kudos to the Speech Team who placed 5th at Concord. Top scores were posted by Collin Cahill, Korinne Ellert, Jenn Litchfield, and Mary Simcox. The deadline to sign up for the Ball State Meet is after school today.
    • Congratulations to Anne Yaggy, Sydney Trahin, Laura Wright, and Noah Maskal for being named All SAC in Swim and Dive. Anna Yaggy broke the school record for 11 dives and the SAC record. Laura Wright broke her own school record.
    • Varsity cheerleaders, please see Mrs. G before you leave today.
    • Girls interested in joining the Tennis Team: There’s a callout meeting today at 3:30 in Mrs. Roberts’ room, room 150. This short meeting will be followed by conditioning in the Cardio room. See Mr. Bennett in the lunchroom with any questions.
    • Key Club meets today after school in Mrs. Bleeke’s room, room 231.
    • Wrestlers: Please meet in the Chapel tonight at 5 p.m. and then setup for the match with Bishop Luers at 5:15. Tonight is Senior Night at 6:36 p.m. Josh Smith-Goheen, John Weilbaker, Jackson Stineburg, Miguel Palma, Jacob Thompson, Liam Holly, Derek Farmer, Luke Bessesen, and Managers Emily Anglin and Isabella Parrish will be honored.
    • SADD meets tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Students who took CINS first semester can pick up their final projects and rubrics in Mrs. Weadock’s room.
    • BD Tech Club meets every other Wednesday at 3:15 in the Media Center. Our first meeting is tomorrow. This is for anyone interested in technology, whether you feel like an expert or a novice. Come help us plan future meetings and activities. See Mr. Ijames or Mrs. Polhamus with questions.
    • Spanish Club’s conversation dinner at Taqueria El Ranchito is Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door if you would like to go.
    • Want to better understand your impact on the world? Want an after school snack? Come to Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112, to check out S.E.A Our first meeting is Wednesday at 3:15. Hope to see you there.
    • Science Academic Super Bowl Team: Please plan on meeting Thursday at 7:15 a.m. Mr. Ehinger will join us for “Fun with Physics”.
    • Saints Alive! update: All Thursday Preview Night slots are filled. Saturday still has 70 openings for waiters and waitresses. These are 4 hour shifts, no experience needed. You can count your time as service hours or as a BD Ambassador event. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day – E L N O P T U

    Thursday, January 11

    • Congratulations to the Table Tennis winners, Matthias Post and Andrew Roy. No Table Tennis tonight due to the teachers’ meeting.
    • The Test Center will not be open after school today.
    • Football players: There is no workout after school today due to the teachers’ meeting with Bishop Rhoades.
    • Wrestlers: Be in the room tonight by 4 p.m. to leave for the Angola meet. The bus will leave no later than 4:10. Please be on time.
    • The registration deadline for the February 10 ACT is this Friday, January 12. If you have been deferred by a college and they are asking for new standardized test scores, this is likely the last test you will be able to take for admission consideration.
    • Congratulations, Freshmen, for winning the class challenge. You earned a dress down day on Friday!
    • Seniors: If you took a college class on campus last semester, you need to submit a copy of your transcript or report card of the grade you earned. If you need assistance accessing the grade through your online college account, please see Miss McGuire in the Guidance office.
    • Seniors taking college classes: Be sure to sign in or out at the attendance window as you enter/leave school. If you have not already, you need to submit a copy of your class schedule to Miss McGuire.
    • Girls interested in joining the Tennis Team: There’s a callout meeting Tuesday at 3:30 in Mrs. Roberts’ room, room 150. This short meeting will be followed by conditioning in the Cardio room. See Mr. Bennett in the lunchroom with any questions.
    • Key Club meets Tuesday, January 16, after school in Mrs. Bleeke’s room, room 231.
    • Spanish Club’s conversation dinner at Taqueria El Ranchito has been changed to next Wednesday, January 17, at 6:30 p.m. due to short notice in delays and closings. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door if you would like to go.
    • NHS meets Tuesday, January 16 at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria. Please bring your activities with you so that we can record them.
    • Want to better understand your impact on the world? Want an after school snack? Come to Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112, to check out S.E.A Our first meeting is Wednesday, January 17 at 3:15. Hope to see you there.
    • Saints Alive! update: All Thursday Preview Night slots are filled. Saturday still has openings for butlers, waiters, and distribution. Mrs. McTague would like to challenge the sophomore class to fill up the remaining 112 spaces by Monday morning. See her in room 205 if you have any questions.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day – E L N O P T U

    Wednesday, January 10

    • The registration deadline for the February 10 ACT is this Friday, January 12. If you have been deferred by a college and they are asking for new standardized test scores, this is likely the last test you will be able to take for admission consideration.
    • We will have Confession and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Congratulations, Freshmen, for winning the class challenge. You earned a dress down day on Friday!
    • Young ladies who started the Exodus 90 program with Miss Hayes are to meet Thursday at 7:20 in room 127.
    • Seniors: If you took a college class on campus last semester, you need to submit a copy of your transcript or report card of the grade you earned. If you need assistance accessing the grade through your online college account, please see Miss McGuire in the Guidance office.
    • Seniors taking college classes: Be sure to sign in or out at the attendance window as you enter/leave school. If you have not already, you need to submit a copy of your class schedule to Miss McGuire.
    • Science Olympiad members: please attend a 5-minute mandatory meeting on Tuesday, January 9 from 3:05-3:10 PM in Room 208 to get your team T-shirts, Northridge permission slips, information sheet, and official event assignments.
    • Key Club meets Tuesday, January 16, after school in Mrs. Bleeke’s room, room 231.
    • Spanish Club’s conversation dinner at Taqueria El Ranchito has been changed to next Wednesday, January 17, at 6:30 p.m. due to short notice in delays and closings. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door if you would like to go.
    • NHS officers and board members meet in Mrs. Brady’s room Thursday at 7:20 a.m.
    • Volunteers are needed for Mass with Bishop Rhoades on Thursday, January 11. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • NHS meets Tuesday, January 16 at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria. Please bring your activities with you so that we can record them.
    • Saints Alive! update: All Thursday Preview Night slots are filled. Saturday still has openings for butlers, waiters, and distribution. Check your email for instructions on how to sign up. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day – E L N O P T U

    Tuesday, January 9

    • Kudos to the Speech Team who placed 4th out of 50 teams at Fishers this weekend. Top scores were earned by Collin Cahill, Mary Simcox, and Jenn Litchfield. The deadline for this weekend’s Concord meet is 3:15 today.
    • We will have Confession and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Seniors: If you took a college class on campus last semester, you need to submit a copy of your transcript or report card of the grade you earned. If you need assistance accessing the grade through your online college account, please see Miss McGuire in the Guidance office.
    • Seniors taking college classes: Be sure to sign in or out at the attendance window as you enter/leave school. If you have not already, you need to submit a copy of your class schedule to Miss McGuire.
    • Science Olympiad members: please attend a 5-minute mandatory meeting on Tuesday, January 9 from 3:05-3:10 PM in Room 208 to get your team T-shirts, Northridge permission slips, information sheet, and official event assignments.
    • Baseball conditioning will be from 7:15 to 8:15 Wednesday morning.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Taqueria El Ranchito on Wednesday, January 10, at 6:30 p.m. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door if you would like to go.
    • NHS officers and board members meet in Mrs. Brady’s room Thursday at 7:20 a.m.
    • Volunteers are needed for Mass with Bishop Rhoades on Thursday, January 11. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • NHS meets Tuesday, January 16 at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria. Please bring your activities with you so that we can record them.
    • Saints Alive! update: All Thursday Preview Night slots are filled. Saturday still has openings for butlers, waiters, and distribution. Check your email for instructions on how to sign up. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Friday, January 5

    • FBLA members attending SLC, your $60 registration is due today. See Mrs. Weadock if you do not have your money for dues.
    • Mr. Loney will have an informational meeting about a Marine Biology class/trip to Costa Rica for interested seniors and their parents at 6 p.m. tonight in room 110.
    • Key Club meets Monday, January 8 in the Cafeteria at 3:10 p.m.
    • Science Olympiad members: please attend a 5-minute mandatory meeting on Monday, January 8 from 3:05-3:10 PM in Room 208 to get your team T-shirts, Northridge permission slips, information sheet, and official event assignments.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Taqueria El Ranchito on Wednesday, January 10, at 6:30 p.m. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door if you would like to go.
    • Volunteers are needed for Mass with Bishop Rhoades on Thursday, January 11. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Saints Alive! is the weekend of March 3, 2018. It takes hundreds of students to make this happen. Sign ups will open up online for Seniors Friday, Saturday for Juniors, and Monday for Sophomores. Check your email for instructions on how to sign up. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Thursday, January 4

    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Please join us for Mass Friday morning in the Chapel at 7:15 a.m.
    • Mr. Loney will have an informational meeting about a Marine Biology class/trip to Costa Rica for interested seniors and their parents  at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in room 110.  
    • Football players: Today’s workout will be indoors. Meet in weight room at 3:15 p.m.
    • Science Olympiad members: please attend a 5-minute mandatory meeting on Monday, January 8 from 3:05-3:10 PM in Room 208 to get your team T-shirts, Northridge permission slips, information sheet and official event assignments.
    • Volunteers are needed for Mass with Bishop Rhoades on Thursday, January 11. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Saints Alive! is the weekend of March 3, 2018. It takes hundreds of students to make this happen. Sign ups will open up online for Seniors Friday, Saturday for Juniors, and Monday for Sophomores. Check your email for instructions on how to sign up. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Wednesday, December 20

    • Students with loaner laptops must bring them back to Technology before leaving today.
    • Wrestlers:  Practice today after school at noon, tomorrow from 1-3 with partial setup for SAC Duals on Friday.  Come support the RAT Pack 5 p.m. on Friday.  They will also host Snider in a Dual meet at the end of Christmas break on January 3.  Good work Saints, who beat Woodlan last night 72-6.
    • Students taking W131 next semester: See Mrs. Peters for your winter break assignment.
    • Speech Team: The deadline for the Fishers meet is Friday, December 22. Please sign up today or email Mr. Chenowith by Friday. Check Canvas for more info about the meet and our Christmas party.
    • Library hours the week of Finals: Wednesday 7:30 to 75 and CLOSED after school. Due to testing in the Library, you will NOT be able to come down at all during study periods or finals. Please do all printing before or after school.
    • Students: As you clean your locker, please DO NOT throw away re-useable school supplies. Please bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119 or to Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual-credit course on a college campus next semester, please submit a copy of your college schedule to Miss McGuire as soon as possible.
    • Seniors: There are almost 100 of you who have not ordered a cap and gown for graduation. Jostens has requested you do this by the end of December. If you have not already done so, order online from www.jostens.com
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Saints Alive! is the weekend of March 3, 2018. It takes hundreds of students to make this happen. Sign ups will be online again this year and will be opening when we get back to school in January. Seniors will get first dibs.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

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    Monday, December 15

    • Students with loaner laptops must bring them back to Technology by Wednesday.
    • Students taking W131 next semester: See Mrs. Peters for your winter break assignment.
    • Kudos to the Speech Team who, despite taking only 11 students, placed 2nd at Lafayette, powered by championships from Collin Cahill, Korinne Ellert, Emma Cartwright, and Zach Nuerge, who put up his second perfect score of the season.
    • Library hours the week of Finals: Monday 7:30 to 7:55 and 12:45 to 1:15, Tuesday 7:30 to 7:55 and 11:10 to 11:45, Wednesday 7:30 to 75 and CLOSED after school. Due to testing in the Library, you will NOT be able to come down at all during study periods or finals. Please do all printing before or after school.
    • Students: As you clean your locker, please DO NOT throw away re-useable school supplies. Please bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119 or to Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Boys’ Rugby conditioning is tonight from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Weight Room.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual-credit course on a college campus next semester, please submit a copy of your college schedule to Miss McGuire as soon as possible.
    • Seniors: There are almost 100 of you who have not ordered a cap and gown for graduation. Jostens has requested you do this by the end of December. If you have not already done so, order online from www.jostens.com
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Saints Alive! is the weekend of March 3, 2018. It takes hundreds of students to make this happen. Sign ups will be online again this year and will be opening when we get back to school in January. Seniors will get first dibs.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

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    Friday, December 15

    • Library hours the week of Finals: Monday 7:30 to 7:55 and 12:45 to 1:15, Tuesday 7:30 to 7:55 and 11:10 to 11:45, Wednesday 7:30 to 75 and CLOSED after school. Due to testing in the Library, you will NOT be able to come down at all during study periods or finals. Please do all printing before or after school.
    • Students: As you clean your locker, please DO NOT throw away re-useable school supplies. Please bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119 or to Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Boys’ Rugby conditioning will be Monday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Weight Room.
    • Parents: Is your student missing something? A shoe, a jacket, perhaps a belt? We have a large assortment of lost and found items, mostly clothing, but some miscellaneous bits and pieces also. Please encourage your student to search the lost and found in the front lobby. You are also welcome to come in and peruse our selection. Everything that is not claimed by today will be donated.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual-credit course on a college campus next semester, please submit a copy of your college schedule to Miss McGuire as soon as possible.
    • Seniors: Photos for the senior video must be turned in by December 15. Please send to: senior2018@ bishopdwenger.com
    • Seniors: There are almost 100 of you who have not ordered a cap and gown for graduation. Jostens has requested you do this by the end of December. If you have not already done so, order online from www.jostens.com
    • Key Club is collecting coats for the needy. Today is the last day to drop them off in Guidance.
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

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    Thursday, December 14

    • Students: As you clean your locker, please DO NOT throw away re-useable school supplies. Please bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119 or to Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Table Tennis has its last meeting of the semester after school today, an end of the year qualifying tournament. Winners from Tuesday: Liam Row, Jacob Parsons, and Matthias Post.
    • Boys’ Rugby conditioning will be today and Monday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Weight Room.
    • Parents: Is your student missing something? A shoe, a jacket, perhaps a belt? We have a large assortment of lost and found items, mostly clothing, but some miscellaneous bits and pieces also. Please encourage your student to search the lost and found in the front lobby. You are also welcome to come in and peruse our selection. Everything that is not claimed by Monday, December 18, will be donated.
    • Friday morning Mass at 7:15 a.m. will be offered for all winter sports and clubs. Please come as a team or club.
    • The Dance Team is selling candy grams this week, December 11-14. Students and staff may purchase candy grams before school, during lunches, and after school. They are $1 each and may be purchased from any dance team member, the attendance office, and the front office. Candy grams will be delivered on Friday, December 15.
    • If you ae planning to take a college class at Indiana Tech next semester, please stop by the Guidance Office during your lunch period today. A rep from Indiana Tech will be here to help you register for your class. See you guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Spell Bowl end of the year party is Friday at 7:15 a.m. in the Library. If you want cake, be sure to bring your shirt to turn in.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual-credit course on a college campus next semester, please submit a copy of your college schedule to Miss McGuire as soon as possible.
    • Seniors: Photos for the senior video must be turned in by December 15. Please send to: senior2018@ bishopdwenger.com
    • Seniors: There are almost 100 of you who have not ordered a cap and gown for graduation. Jostens has requested you do this by the end of December. You have two options: 1. Order from their representative in the Cafeteria on Thursday at lunchtime. Or 2. Order online from www.jostens.com
    • Key Club is collecting coats for the needy. You can drop them off in Guidance until Friday, December 15.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Wednesday, December 13

    • Congratulations to the Swim team who competed in a tri-meet last night. Both teams won over North Side, and the Lady Saints beat Bishop Luers also. They left the pool with 41 personal records.
    • Parents: Is your student missing something? A shoe, a jacket, perhaps a belt? We have a large assortment of lost and found items, mostly clothing, but some miscellaneous bits and pieces also. Please encourage your student to search the lost and found in the front lobby. You are also welcome to come in and peruse our selection. Everything that is not claimed by Monday, December 18, will be donated.
    • Please come to cheer on the Wrestling team tonight at home versus Concordia. Wrestling begins at 6:30 p.m.
    • Friday morning Mass at 7:15 a.m. will be offered for all winter sports and clubs. Please come as a team or club.
    • The Dance Team is selling candy grams this week, December 11-14. Students and staff may purchase candy grams before school, during lunches, and after school. They are $1 each and may be purchased from any dance team member, the attendance office, and the front office. Candy grams will be delivered on Friday, December 15.
    • If you are planning to take a college class at Indiana Tech next semester, please stop by the Guidance Office during your lunch period today. A rep from Indiana Tech will be here to help you register for your class. See you guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Student Council will be unloading the truck Wednesday after school. Be in Development by 3:10.
    • Spell Bowl end of the year party is Friday at 7:15 a.m. in the Library. If you want cake, be sure to bring your shirt to turn in.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual-credit course on a college campus next semester, please submit a copy of your college schedule to Miss McGuire as soon as possible.
    • Seniors: Photos for the senior video must be turned in by Friday, December 15. Please send to: senior2018@ bishopdwenger.com
    • Seniors: There are almost 100 of you who have not ordered a cap and gown for graduation. Jostens has requested you do this by the end of December. You have two options: 1. Order from their representative in the Cafeteria on Thursday at lunchtime. Or 2. Order online from www.jostens.com
    • Key Club is collecting coats for the needy. You can drop them off in Guidance until Friday, December 15.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Tuesday, December 12

    • Parents: Is your student missing something? A shoe, a jacket, perhaps a belt? We have a large assortment of lost and found items, mostly clothing, but some miscellaneous bits and pieces also. Please encourage your student to search the lost and found in the front lobby. You are also welcome to come in and peruse our selection. Everything that is not claimed by Monday, December 18, will be donated.
    • The Dance Team is selling candy grams this week, December 11-14. Students and staff may purchase candy grams before school, during lunches, and after school. They are $1 each and may be purchased from any dance team member, the attendance office, and the front office. Candy grams will be delivered on Friday, December 15.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast Wednesday, December 13 at 7:20 a.m. in the multipurpose room. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room. There will be a piñata!
    • If you are planning to take a college class at Indiana Tech next semester, please stop by the Guidance Office during your lunch period on Wednesday. A rep from Indiana Tech will be here to help you register for your class. See you guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Student Council will be unloading the truck Wednesday after school. Be in Development by 3:10.
    • Spell Bowl end of the year party is Friday at 7:15 a.m. in the Library. If you want cake, be sure to bring your shirt to turn in.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual-credit course on a college campus next semester, please submit a copy of your college schedule to Miss McGuire as soon as possible.
    • Seniors: Photos for the senior video must be turned in by December 15. Please send to: senior2018@ bishopdwenger.com
    • Seniors: There are almost 100 of you who have not ordered a cap and gown for graduation. Jostens has requested you do this by the end of December. You have two options: 1. Order from their representative in the Cafeteria on Thursday at lunchtime. Or 2. Order online from www.jostens.com
    • Key Club is collecting coats for the needy. You can drop them off in Guidance until Friday, December 15.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Monday, December 11

    • Parents: Is your student missing something? A shoe, a jacket, perhaps a belt? We have a large assortment of lost and found items, mostly clothing, but some miscellaneous bits and pieces also. Please encourage your student to search the lost and found in the front lobby. You are also welcome to come in and peruse our selection. Everything that is not claimed by Monday, December 18, will be donated.
    • Congratulations to the Varsity Wrestling team on its fine performance at Elkhart on Saturday. The Saints finished 5th, with Liam Holly, Joshua Smith-Goheen, and John Weilbaker finishing in the top three. The Saints are back in action Wednesday at home versus Concordia. JV will leave tonight at 4:30 from door #8 to compete at Northrop.
    • The Dance Team is selling candy grams this week, December 11-14. Students and staff may purchase candy grams before school, during lunches, and after school. They are $1 each and may be purchased from any dance team member, the attendance office, and the front office. Candy grams will be delivered on Friday, December 15.
    • Key Club meets today after school in the Cafeteria. This will be our last meeting this semester, so please try to attend. Thank you.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast Wednesday, December 13 at 7:20 a.m. in the multipurpose room. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room. There will be a piñata!
    • Seniors: Photos for the senior video must be turned in by December 15. Please send to: senior2018@ bishopdwenger.com
    • Scrabble Club meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204. Sign up for this year’s tournament.
    • Seniors: There are almost 100 of you who have not ordered a cap and gown for graduation. Jostens has requested you do this by the end of December. You have two options: 1. Order from their representative in the Cafeteria on Thursday at lunchtime. Or 2. Order online from www.jostens.com
    • Key Club is collecting coats for the needy. You can drop them off in Guidance until Friday, December 15.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Friday, December 8

    • Congratulations to our Swim and Dive team. At their meet last night, Anna Yaggy placed 1st in Dive and broke the school record for 6 dives. Ethan Anderson placed first in Dive. Many of the swimmers recorded their best times of the season.
    • Parents: Is your student missing something? A shoe, a jacket, perhaps a belt? We have a large assortment of lost and found items, mostly clothing, but some miscellaneous bits and pieces also. Please encourage your student to search the lost and found in the front lobby. You are also welcome to come in and peruse our selection. Everything that is not claimed by Monday, December 18, will be donated.
    • Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores: Today at lunch nominate your favorite people for Winter Formal court. Winners will be announced today during afternoon announcements.
    • The Dance Team is selling candy grams next week, December 11-14. Students and staff may purchase candy grams before school, during lunches, and after school. They are $1 each and may be purchased from any dance team member, the attendance office, and the front office. Candy grams will be delivered on Friday, December 15.
    • Key Club is collecting coats for the needy. You can drop them off in Guidance until Friday, December 15.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters..
    • Key Club meets Monday, December 11, after school in the Cafeteria. This will be our last meeting this semester, so please try to attend. Thank you.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast Wednesday, December 13 at 7:20 a.m. in the multipurpose room. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room. There will be a piñata!
    • Seniors: Photos for the senior video must be turned in by December 15. Please send to: senior2018@ bishopdwenger.com
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was solved by Mrs. Noble and Mr. Chenowith. We’ll repeat it today to give students another chance.

    Today’s word: I M N O P S U

    Thursday, December 7

    • Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores: Today at lunch nominate your favorite people for Winter Formal court. Winners will be announced Friday during afternoon announcements.
    • Registration is now open on the WYD website. www.diocesefwsb.org/wyd Register by January 5th, 2018. 2 minute promotional video: https://youtu.be/M3wGWp6Jom4 Travel with Bishop Rhoades to Panama to see the Holy Father.
    • Last chance for Christmas Formal tickets today before school and during lunch. Tickets are $20 per person. Parking is $5 per vehicle. There will be NO ticket sales on Friday or at the dance.
    • Key Club is collecting coats for the needy. You can drop them off in Guidance until Friday, December 15.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • FBLA SLC event sheets and deposits are due today. See Mrs. Weadock for sheets or questions.
    • Seniors: Today we will host 100 Montessori children for a Christmas party during 3rd period. Please bring a snack for the children, such as fruit snacks, cookies, and finger food. We’ll provide milk and Student Council has purchased games for them to play and take home.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual credit class at a local college next semester, please turn in proof of your enrollment in a class to Miss McGuire in the Guidance office as soon as possible. If you have not yet registered for a class, please see Miss McGuire for assistance. Everyone taking a college class on campus must be enrolled by December 1. If you no longer plan to take a college class, please see your school counselor to adjust your schedule.
    • Key Club meets Monday, December 11, after school in the Cafeteria. This will be our last meeting this semester, so please try to attend. Thank you.
    • A Luers’ alum would like a chess partner to visit him at Genesis Nursing Home in New Haven. Please consider sharing the gift of your time with a game of chess. See Mr. Tony in room 418A, or call 748-5146.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was solved by Mrs. Noble and Mr. Chenowith. We’ll repeat it today to give students another chance.

    Today’s word: I M N O P S U

    Wednesday, December 6

    • Congrats to the winners of yesterday’s Table Tennis tournament: Matthias Post, Carter Taube, and Jacob Parsons.
    • Christmas Formal tickets are on sale Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday before school and during lunch. Tickets are $20 per person. Parking is $5 per vehicle. There will be NO ticket sales on Friday or at the dance.
    • Key Club is collecting coats for the needy. You can drop them off in Guidance until Friday, December 15.
    • Please sign up to serve at our all school mass on Friday outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Casa Grande on Woodland Run Plaza. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Seniors: Wednesday is your last chance for picture retakes. These pictures are used in the yearbook, at Baccalaureate, and at Graduation. Gentlemen need a sports jacket and ladies need to dress nicely; everyone needs to abide by the handbook for proper dress code. Pictures will be taken in the SAC lobby during all lunch periods. Please see Mrs. Schriner or Mrs. Isch if you have any questions.
    • FBLA SLC event sheets and deposits are due on Thursday, December 7. See Mrs. Weadock for sheets or questions.
    • Seniors: Thursday we will host 100 Montessori children for a Christmas party during 3rd period. Please bring a snack for the children, such as fruit snacks, cookies, and finger food. We’ll provide milk and Student Council has purchased games for them to play and take home.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual credit class at a local college next semester, please turn in proof of your enrollment in a class to Miss McGuire in the Guidance office as soon as possible. If you have not yet registered for a class, please see Miss McGuire for assistance. Everyone taking a college class on campus must be enrolled by December 1. If you no longer plan to take a college class, please see your school counselor to adjust your schedule.
    • Key Club meets Monday, December 11, after school in the Cafeteria. This will be our last meeting this semester, so please try to attend. Thank you.
    • A Luers’ alum would like a chess partner to visit him at Genesis Nursing Home in New Haven. Please consider sharing the gift of your time with a game of chess. See Mr. Tony in room 418A, or call 748-5146.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was NOCTURN, an evening prayer, solved by James Blume, Landon Raboteau, and Mrs. Noble

    Today’s word: I M N O P S U

    Tuesday, December 5

    • Christmas Formal tickets are on sale Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday before school and during lunch. Tickets are $20 per person. Parking is $5 per vehicle. There will be NO ticket sales on Friday or at the dance.
    • Taking a date from another school to Winter Formal? Your guest permission forms are due today. Please turn them in to Mr. Garcia in room 114.
    • Key Club is collecting coats for the needy.  You can drop them off in Guidance until Friday, December 15.
    • Please sign up to serve at our all school mass on Friday outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Casa Grande on Woodland Run Plaza. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Seniors: Wednesday is your last chance for picture retakes. These pictures are used in the yearbook, at Baccalaureate, and at Graduation. Gentlemen need a sports jacket and ladies need to dress nicely; everyone needs to abide by the handbook for proper dress code. Pictures will be taken in the SAC lobby during all lunch periods. Please see Mrs. Schriner or Mrs. Isch if you have any questions.
    • FBLA SLC event sheets and deposits are due on Thursday, December 7. See Mrs. Weadock for sheets or questions.
    • Seniors: Thursday we will host 100 Montessori children for a Christmas party during 3rd period. Please bring a snack for the children, such as fruit snacks, cookies, and finger food. We’ll provide milk and Student Council has purchased games for them to play and take home.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual credit class at a local college next semester, please turn in proof of your enrollment in a class to Miss McGuire in the Guidance office as soon as possible. If you have not yet registered for a class, please see Miss McGuire for assistance. Everyone taking a college class on campus must be enrolled by December 1. If you no longer plan to take a college class, please see your school counselor to adjust your schedule.
    • Key Club meets Monday, December 11, after school in the Cafeteria. This will be our last meeting this semester, so please try to attend. Thank you.
    • A Luers’ alum would like a chess partner to visit him at Genesis Nursing Home in New Haven. Please consider sharing the gift of your time with a game of chess. See Mr. Tony in room 418A, or call 748-5146.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was MODICUM, solved by Ashley Martin, Evelin Chavez, Maggie Wright, Lily DeArmond, and Ms. Harris’ 2nd period class

    Today’s word: C N N O R T U

    Monday, December 4

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Kudos to the Speech Team who competed at Plymouth this weekend where the best teams in the state were showcased. Dwenger took 4th overall with Joe Straley, Korinne Ellert, and Collin Cahill medaling.
    • Congratulations to these Bishop Dwenger football players who were named 1st Team All State by the Indiana Football Coaches’ Association: Joe Tippmann, Tommy Steele, and Mitchell Campbell. Joe was also named to the top 50 team.
    • Speech Team: Today is the deadline to sign up for the Northrop meet. Please sign up by 3 p.m. in room 209 if you wish to attend.
    • Swimmers and Divers: Please be at Carroll High School’s pool at 4:45 tonight for the meet.
    • Please sign up to serve at our all school mass on Friday outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • Taking a date from another school to Winter Formal? Your guest permission forms are due by Tuesday at the latest. Please turn them in to Mr. Garcia in room 114.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. We will be working on Snowcoming and need club members to come ready to help with ideas. Snowcoming Snow Daze t-shirt ideas need to be turned in to Miss Wolf in room 123 by December 13.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Casa Grande on Woodland Run Plaza. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Seniors: Wednesday is your last chance for picture retakes. These pictures are used in the yearbook, at Baccalaureate, and at Graduation. Gentlemen need a sports jacket and ladies need to dress nicely; everyone needs to abide by the handbook for proper dress code. Pictures will be taken in the SAC lobby during all lunch periods. Please see Mrs. Schriner or Mrs. Isch if you have any questions.
    • FBLA SLC event sheets and deposits are due on Thursday, December 7. See Mrs. Weadock for sheets or questions.
    • Seniors: Thursday we will host 100 Montessori children for a Christmas party during 3rd period. Please bring a snack for the children, such as fruit snack, cookies, finger food. We’ll provide milk and Student Council has purchased games for them to play and take home.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual credit class at a local college next semester, please turn in proof of your enrollment in a class to Miss McGuire in the Guidance office as soon as possible. If you have not yet registered for a class, please see Miss McGuire for assistance. Everyone taking a college class on campus must be enrolled by December 1. If you no longer plan to take a college class, please see your school counselor to adjust your schedule.
    • A Luers’ alum would like a chess partner to visit him at Genesis Nursing Home in New Haven. Please consider sharing the gift of your time with a game of chess. See Mr. Tony in room 418A, or call 748-5146.
    • Would you like to travel to Strasbourg, France in April 2018? You are eligible if you are in Accelerated French, French 2,3,4, or if you recently hosted a French student. Mrs. Foltz has all the info, so please see her in room 219 to pick up a sheet.

    Friday’s Word of the Day was DOUBLET, solved by Lucas Cartwright, Maria Brinker, and Mrs. Noble

    Today’s word: C D I M M O U

    Friday, December 1

    • The bowling team had split results in their match against Concordia last night. The boys lost, with top bowler Eli Fenker rolling a 200. The girls won and are now 8-1 in the conference. High scores belonged to Farrah Pilling at 200, Rose Fairchild at 201, and Mary Bookmyer at 205. Way to go, girls.
    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Swim team, who defeated Snider for the first time ever last night with a score of 93-85. Laura Wright and Sydney Trahin had multiple first place finishes.  The Boys' team did well, but lost to Snider.  Noah Maskal finished first in the 500 Free.
    • We will have Senior Class Mass during 2nd period today. Seniors, please report first to 2nd period for attendance, then come to the Chapel.
    • Senior football players: It is urgent that you turn in your 2 or 3 pictures and top 5 plays of the season to Coach Svarczkopf.
    • The Test Center will be closed today before and during school. It will reopen after school. Please plan accordingly.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • Key Club: Fantasy of Lights needs volunteers this Sunday, December 3, from 5:30 to 9:15. Please see Mrs. Bleeke or Mrs. Dillon for details.
    • Freshman Boys’ Basketball is looking for a few team managers. Interested? See Coach Conroy or Coach Kostoff.
    • Taking a date from another school to Winter Formal? Your guest permission forms are due by Tuesday, December 5 at the latest. Please turn them in to Mr. Garcia in room 114.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday, December 5 at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. We will be working on Snowcoming and need club members to come ready to help with ideas. Snowcoming Snow Daze t-shirt ideas need to be turned in to Miss Wolf in room 123 by December 13.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner on Wednesday, December 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Casa Grande on Woodland Run Plaza. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Seniors: Wednesday, December 6 is your last chance for picture retakes. These pictures are used in the yearbook, at Baccalaureate, and at Graduation. Gentlemen need a sports jacket and ladies need to dress nicely; everyone needs to abide by the handbook for proper dress code. Pictures will be taken in the SAC lobby during all lunch periods. Please see Mrs. Schriner or Mrs. Isch if you have any questions.
    • FBLA SLC event sheets and deposits are due on Thursday, December 7. See Mrs. Weadock for sheets or questions.
    • Seniors: Thursday, December 7, we will host 100 Montessori children for a Christmas party during 3rd period. Please bring a snack for the children, such as fruit snack, cookies, finger food. We’ll provide milk and Student Council has purchased games for them to play and take home.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a dual credit class at a local college next semester, please turn in proof of your enrollment in a class to Miss McGuire in the Guidance office as soon as possible. If you have not yet registered for a class, please see Miss McGuire for assistance. Everyone taking a college class on campus must be enrolled by December 1. If you no longer plan to take a college class, please see your school counselor to adjust your schedule.
    • A Luers’ alum would like a chess partner to visit him at Genesis Nursing Home in New Haven. Please consider sharing the gift of your time with a game of chess. See Mr. Tony in room 418A, or call 748-5146.

    No one solved yesterday’s word of the day, so we will repeat.

    Today’s word: B D E L O T U

    Thursday, November 30

    • We will have confession and Eucharistic Adoration in the Chapel during all lunch periods today. Tomorrow we’ll have Mass at 7:15 a.m. and Senior Class Mass during 2nd period. Seniors, on Friday report first to 2nd period for attendance, then come to the Chapel.
    • We will have our first end of the month Table Tennis tournament today, which will determine placements in the end of the year tourney.
    • The Test Center will be closed Friday before and during school. It will reopen after school Friday. Please plan accordingly.
    • It’s BDHS Class Giving Challenge from November 29 to December 13. Seniors collect toothpaste and toothbrushes, juniors collect men’s and women’s deodorants, sophomores collect shampoo, and freshmen collect bars of soap. Turn in your gifts at Pastoral Ministry. All items will be donated to local homeless shelters.
    • No Girls’ Track conditioning this week.
    • Key Club: Fantasy of Lights needs volunteers this Sunday, December 3, from 5:30 to 9:15. Please see Mrs. Bleeke or Mrs. Dillon for details.
    • Final week of Math ISTEP remediation. Tuesday and Thursday 7:15 a.m. in room 200 with Mr. Leffers, after school at 3:10 p.m. in room 202 with Mrs. Derheimer.
    • Freshman Boys’ Basketball is looking for a few team managers. Interested? See Coach Conroy or Coach Kostoff.
    • Staff and students: If you play an instrument, come join the BD Pep Band on Thursday to practice for the December 8 basketball games. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • All young men interested in baseball who are not in a winter sport are invited to an informational meeting today from 3:10 to 3:30 p.m. in the Weight Room. Please see Coach Garrett if you can’t attend.
    • Taking a date from another school to Winter Formal? Your guest permission forms are due by Tuesday, December 5 at the latest. Please turn them in to Mr. Garcia in room 114.
    • Seniors: Wednesday, December 6 is your last chance for picture retakes. These pictures are used in the yearbook, at Baccalaureate, and at Graduation. Gentlemen need a sports jacket and ladies need to dress nicely; everyone needs