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Semi-State Football Game Friday night is at Homestead. Kick-off is at 8 pm.

Daily Announcements

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

    Friday, November 17

    • Attention all Seniors! St. Mary's relies on YOU for Thanksgiving desserts. All Seniors are asked to bring a store bought pie on Wednesday, November 22 (Grandparents' Day). Please deliver to St. Mary's van, parked outside Mrs. Wheeler's room, door #16 before 8 am. Seniors, we thank you!
    • Science Olympiad - Another Prep Session this Sunday, November 19 from 1 - 3 pm at the Gloudemans' home. Please check your CANVAS announcements for more details.
    • Attention Seniors - If you are planning to take a dual - credit course on campus at the University of St. Francis next semester, please stop by the guidance office during your lunch period today. At this time you will meet with the ACE representative to verify your enrollment and to potentially select your class. If you have not yet completed the application process for the ACE program, please see Miss McGuire in the guidance office as soon as possible. 
    • Attention all students! Do you have a grandparent or special friend coming to grandparents' day? Surprise them with a photo to bdgoldentrumpet@gmail.com by midnight tonight will be entered in a drawing to win a bucket of candy. That's bdgoldentrumpet@gmail.com!
    • Helpers are needed for Grandparents' Day mass - Please sign-up in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Chair set up and help outside of Mass is also needed - please check your email for a link to sign-up. 
    • Join Jazz Band and Pep Band Mondays and Thursdays 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm in the Bishop Dwenger Band Room. 
    • Tickets for the Semi-State Football Game will go on sale Friday during all 3 lunches. The cost is $10. Kick-off is at 8:00 pm at Homestead High School on Friday, November 17th. 
    • Girls track call-out meeting on Monday, November 20 in the cafeteria right after school. 
    • The swim and dive team came in first pace last night. Anna Yaggy placed first and Maddie Ellis placed second in dive. 200 Medley Relay placed 1st. 200 Free - Laura Wright placed 1st and Lilly Schenkel placed 3rd. 200 IM - Sydney Trahin placed 1st. 50 Free - Julia Eckrich placed 1st. 100 Fly - Sydney Trahin placed 1st and Meghan Walden placed 3rd. 100 Free - Katie Pranger placed 2nd and Julia Eckrich placed 3rd. 500 Free - Carrie Burnham placed 2nd. 200 Free Relay placed 2nd. 100 Back - Laura Wright placed 1st. 400 Free Relay placed 1st. Great Job Girls!
    • Winter Drum Line Auditions - Thursday, November 16 from 6:00 - 8:30 pm in the Band Room.
    • Wrestlers - Reminder practice after school will start right at 3:15 pm. Please be on time, as practice will be done by 4:45 at the latest today! Congrat to the J.V Wrestling team on it's fine performance last night at the Snider 6 way invite!

    Friday, November 10

    • Saints’ Day Freshman Mentors: Please turn in your thank you cards to Mrs. Johnson. She will be outside the Main Office during lunch and at the end of the day.
    • FBLA members: Krispy Kreme orders are due today. Please turn in money and forms to Mrs. Weadock. Last year’s record sold was 37 dozen—can you beat that?
    • Senior quotes are due to your math teacher or front office by the end of the day today.
    • Veteran’s Day is Saturday. We are collecting supplies for our local VA hospital. They asked for puzzle books, magazines, and cash donations for gas cards. Please bring donations by today to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119 or to Mr. Schiffli in the office.
    • Science Olympiad—Prep Session this Sunday, November 12 from 1-3 PM at the Gloudemans’ home. Please check your canvas announcements for more details.
    • All are welcome to join the Decade Club – pray a decade of the rosary and the meal prayer before going to the Cafeteria for lunch.
    • Tickets for the Football Regional game at Angola will go on sale today during all lunch periods. Cost is $8.
    • Starting this week, Book Club will be on Fridays at 7:20 a.m. in Mrs. Isch’s room, room 105.
    • Key Club meets Monday from 3:10 to 3:40 in the Cafeteria. Dates and times for the Gingerbread Festival and Fantasy of Lights service hours will be available. We will also discuss upcoming school service projects.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was CAROTID, solved by Lily DeArmond, Maggie Wright, Sophia Dickerson, Tatiana Gensic, Evan Didier, and Ms. Harris’ 2nd period class

    Today’s word: A C C E I P R

    Thursday, November 9

    • We have enjoyed welcoming the French students and teacher from Strasbourg. Please stop by Mrs. Foltz’s room, room 219, Thursday after school to say goodbye, since they will leave for Chicago on Friday morning.
    • Boys Swim and Divers: Please stop by Ms. Robert’s room during lunch period to try on swim suits. All swim and dive team members: Swimsuit orders are due tomorrow.
    • FBLA members: Krispy Kreme orders are due Friday. Please turn in money and forms to Mrs. Weadock. Last year’s record sold was 37 dozen—can you beat that?
    • Senior quotes are due to your math teacher or front office by the end of the day tomorrow.
    • Veteran’s Day is Saturday. We are collecting supplies for our local VA hospital. They asked for puzzle books, magazines, and cash donations for gas cards. Please bring donations by Friday to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119 or to Mr. Schiffli in the office.
    • All are welcome to join the Decade Club – pray a decade of the rosary and the meal prayer before going to the Cafeteria for lunch.
    • Math ISTEP remediation is Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204 or at 3:10 p.m. in room 206.
    • Tickets for the Football Regional game at Angola will go on sale Friday during all lunch periods. Cost is $8.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Monday, November 13th. See Mr. Bennett for a form in the AD’s office and return it today.
    • Your required ten hours of service are due today. Turn them in to your theology teacher or Mrs. Yorke.
    • Starting this week, Book Club will be on Fridays at 7:20 a.m. in Mrs. Isch’s room, room 105.
    • Key Club meets Monday from 3:10 to 3:40 in the Cafeteria. Dates and times for the Gingerbread Festival and Fantasy of Lights service hours will be available. We will also discuss upcoming school service projects.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was CARAVEL, a small Portuguese sailing ship, solved by Lily DeArmond, Brenda Hernandez, Katherine Valdez, and Maggie Wright

    Today’s word: A C D I O R T

    Wednesday, November 8

    • We have enjoyed welcoming the French students and teacher from Strasbourg. Please stop by Mrs. Foltz’s room, room 219, Thursday after school to say goodbye, since they will leave for Chicago on Friday morning.
    • Boys Swim and Divers: Please stop by Ms. Robert’s room during lunch period to try on swim suits. All swim and dive team members: Swimsuit orders are due tomorrow.
    • SADD meets tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Science Academic team meets at 7:15 a.m .tomorrow in Mrs. Stroud’s room, room 108.
    • Sr. Benedicta will be visiting tomorrow during 4th period. All young ladies are invited to bring their lunches to Pastoral Ministry during their regular lunch time.
    • Veteran’s Day is Saturday. We are collecting supplies for our local VA hospital. They asked for puzzle books, magazines, and cash donations for gas cards. Please bring donations by Friday to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119 or to Mr. Schiffli in the office.
    • All are welcome to join the Decade Club – pray a decade of the rosary and the meal prayer before going to the Cafeteria for lunch.
    • Math ISTEP remediation is Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204 or at 3:10 p.m. in room 206.
    • Tickets for the Football Regional game at Angola will go on sale Friday during all lunch periods. Cost is $8.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Monday, November 13th. See Mr. Bennett for a form in the AD’s office and return it today.
    • Science Olympiad Game On participants – remember that we will be meeting today from 3 to 4 p.m. in room 208.
    • Tonight's meeting for students interested in applying for the Dave Hefner Scholarship is cancelled.
    • Your required ten hours of service are due Thursday. Turn them in to your theology teacher or Mrs. Yorke.
    • Starting this week, Book Club will be on Fridays at 7:20 a.m. in Mrs. Isch’s room, room 105.
    • Key Club meets Monday from 3:10 to 3:40 in the Cafeteria. Dates and times for the Gingerbread Festival and Fantasy of Lights service hours will be available. We will also discuss upcoming school service projects.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was TOWHEAD, solved by Luke Woenker, Megan Brady, Jaeden Kidd, Serenity Geise, Frank Baumgartner, Maggie Wright, Lily DeArmond, Paddy Pierson, Evan Didier, Tia Gensic, Brenda Hernandez, Kaylyn Sibri, Katherine Valdez, Lucas Cartwright, Megan Strack, Anthony Palermo, Joe Didier

    Today’s word: A A C E L R V

    Tuesday, November 7

    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Holy Mass at 3:08 p.m. in the Chapel.
    • All are welcome to join the Decade Club – pray a decade of the rosary and the meal prayer before going to the Cafeteria for lunch.
    • Congratulations to the first Table Tennis winners: Beginners Chris Svitek, Intermediate Ricky Nill, and Advanced Mattias Post. We will have a shortened meeting on Tuesday due to Open House.
    • No Scrabble Club this week due to Math remediation.
    • Math ISTEP remediation is Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204 or at 3:10 p.m. in room 206.
    • Anyone interested in trying out for Gymnastics should meet Tuesday outside the Health room after school.
    • Tickets for the Football Regional game at Angola will go on sale Friday during all lunch periods. Cost is $8.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Monday, November 13th. See Mr. Bennett for a form in the AD’s office and return it today.
    • Boys’ Basketball tryouts continue today. You must have a current physical on file in order to participate.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. Check Canvas for an important message about Spirit Club.
    • Science Olympiad Game On participants – remember that we will be meeting Wednesday from 3 to 4 p.m. in room 208.
    • There will be a meeting for students interested in applying for the Dave Hefner Scholarship on Wednesday, November 8 at 3:00, in the Guidance conference room. This scholarship provides financial assistance to students traveling to a foreign country through a school sponsored or endorsed trip. If you are involved with or have knowledge of a trip students are going on, please let me know. Please also encourage these students to attend the meeting.
    • Your required ten hours of service are due Thursday. Turn them in to your theology teacher or Mrs. Yorke.
    • Starting this week, Book Club will be on Fridays at 7:20 a.m. in Mrs. Isch’s room, room 105.
    • Key Club meets Monday from 3:10 to 3:40 in the Cafeteria. Dates and times for the Gingerbread Festival and Fantasy of Lights service hours will be available. We will also discuss upcoming school service projects.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was CADMIUM, a soft, bluish-white metal, solved by Derek Miller, Dan Cava, Louie Knipscheer, Joseph Baez, Katherine Valdez, Brenda Hernandez, Tatiana Gensic, Evan Didier, Lucas Cartwright, and Mrs. Noble

    Today’s word: A D E H O T W

    Monday, November 6

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • All are welcome to join the Decade Club – pray a decade of the rosary and the meal prayer before going to the Cafeteria for lunch.
    • Congratulations to the first Table Tennis winners: Beginners Chris Svitek, Intermediate Ricky Nill, and Advanced Mattias Post. We will have a shortened meeting on Tuesday due to Open House.
    • Congratulations to the Bowling Team on their victory against New Haven last week. High scores came from Brooks Gray with a 211 and Rose Fairchild with a 203.
    • No Scrabble Club this week due to Math remediation.
    • Math ISTEP remediation is Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204 or at 3:10 p.m. in room 206.
    • Anyone interested in trying out for Gymnastics should meet Tuesday outside the Health room after school.
    • Volunteers are needed for Open House tomorrow. Check your Canvas account and/or email to sign up for more info.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Tuesday, November 14th. See Mr. Bennett for a form in the AD’s office and return it today.
    • Boys’ Basketball tryouts begin today. Grades 10-12 should be ready to stretch at 5:30 and grade 9 be ready at 6:45. You must have a current physical on file in order to participate.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. Check Canvas for an important message about Spirit Club.
    • Science Olympiad Game On participants – remember that we will be meeting Wednesday from 3 to 4 p.m. in room 208.
    • There will be a meeting for students interested in applying for the Dave Hefner Scholarship on Wednesday, November 8 at 3:00, in the Guidance conference room. This scholarship provides financial assistance to students traveling to a foreign country through a school sponsored or endorsed trip. If you are involved with or have knowledge of a trip students are going on, please let me know. Please also encourage these students to attend the meeting.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.
    • We are looking for a few good men who want to be part of the 2017-18 “Rat Pack”. We are looking especially for men in the smaller weight classes, 106-120 lb. range, as well as 182-285 lb. group. Please see Coach Tone if interested.

    Friday’s Word of the Day was CANAPES (CAN uh peas) hors d’oeurvres or finger food, solved by Daniela Carrillo, Claire Cotterman, Casey Wright, Nora Steele, and Ruby Backstrom

    Today’s word: A C D I M M U

    Friday, November 3

    • We have Eucharistic Adoration in the Chapel all day today for First Friday.
    • Congratulations to the Bowling Team on their victory against New Haven last night. Both the boys and the girls won 18-2. High scores came from Colton Buescher with a 200 and Rose Fairchild with a 203. The girls are still undefeated for the 5th week in a row.
    • Mr. Bennett will sell tickets for the Sectional football game for $6 in the Cafeteria during all lunch periods today. BD goes against Wayne at St. Francis at 7 p.m. tonight.
    • Key Club members: $20 dues are to be paid this week. See Mrs. Dillon or Mrs. Bleeke if you have any questions.
    • Students: The Development Office needs volunteers to help with Purse Bingo. If you need service hours, this is a great opportunity. Check your email or Canvas for the signup link.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Tuesday, November 14th. See Mr. Bennett for a form in the AD’s office and return it by Monday.
    • Boys’ Basketball tryouts begin on Monday, November 6. Grades 10-12 should be ready to stretch at 5:30 and grade 9 be ready at 6:45. You must have a current physical on file in order to participate.
    • Spirit Club meets November 7 at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. Check Canvas for an important message about Spirit Club.
    • There will be a meeting for students interested in applying for the Dave Hefner Scholarship on Wednesday, November 8 at 3:00, in the Guidance conference room. This scholarship provides financial assistance to students traveling to a foreign country through a school sponsored or endorsed trip. If you are involved with or have knowledge of a trip students are going on, please let me know. Please also encourage these students to attend the meeting.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.
    • We are looking for a few good men who want to be part of the 2017-18 “Rat Pack”. We are looking especially for men in the smaller weight classes, 106-120 lb. range, as well as 182-285 lb. group. Please see Coach Tone if interested.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was BAYONET, solved by Casey Wright, Ryan Richardson, Jacob Grimm, Derek Miller, Evie Finn, Miss Murphy’s 2nd period, Miah Henry, Maggie Wright, Lily DeArmond, Charlie Downey, Katherine Valdez, Brenda Hernandez, Olivia Cook, Olivia Dickerson, Nicholas Gilbert, Evan Didier, Joe Tippmann, Lucas Cartwright, Jackie Miles, Danny Kimes, Joseph Baez

    Today’s word: A A C E N P S

    Wednesday, November 1

    • Project Linus will meet from 2:30 to 3:30 today, due to the Mass schedule.
    • Key Club members: $20 dues are to be paid this week. See Mrs. Dillon or Mrs. Bleeke if you have any questions.
    • Students: The Development Office needs volunteers to help with Purse Bingo. If you need service hours, this is a great opportunity. Check your email or Canvas for the signup link.
    • Yearbook will meet at 2:45 today in Mrs. Isch’s room. Check Canvas for more details.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner tonight at Cebolla’s on Maplecrest at 6:30 p.m. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • The first Table Tennis meeting will be Thursday after school in the Cafeteria. Come to play in our first tournament, play for fun, or hang out and eat snacks.
    • ISTEP Math remediation begins this week. There will be four sessions weekly, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. and 3:10 p.m. You need to attend one of the four sessions each week. Bring your packets, and have problems 1-4 done for discussion.
    • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in the SAC gym.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Tuesday, November 14th. Pick up a form in the AD’s office and return it by November 6.
    • Spirit Club meets November 7 at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. Check Canvas for an important message about Spirit Club.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.
    • We are looking for a few good men who want to be part of the 2017-18 “Rat Pack”. We are looking especially for men in the smaller weight classes, 106-120 lb. range, as well as 182-285 lb. group. Please see Coach Tone if interested.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was STOWAGE, solved by Derek Miller, Owen Sharpe, Serenity Geise, Josie Fett, Olivia Zimmerman, Blayne Huston, Mrs. Noble, and Evan DeGroote

    Today’s word: A B E N O S Y

    Tuesday, October 31

    • Readers and servers are still needed for the all-school mass Wednesday. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry. Report to the Main Gym at 9:30 a.m. Collection for mass will be for parish outreach to those unable to pay for funerals for loved ones.
    • Project Linus will meet from 2:30 to 3:30 on Wednesday, due to the Mass schedule.
    • Key Club members: $20 dues are to be paid this week. See Mrs. Dillon or Mrs. Bleeke if you have any questions.
    • Students: The Development Office needs volunteers to help with Purse Bingo. If you need service hours, this is a great opportunity. Check your email or Canvas for the signup link.
    • Yearbook will meet at 2:45 on Wednesday in Mrs. Isch’s room. Check Canvas for more details.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner on Wednesday, November 1, at Cebolla’s on Maplecrest at 6:30 p.m. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • ISTEP Math remediation begins this week. There will be four sessions weekly, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. and 3:10 p.m. You need to attend one of the four sessions each week. Bring your packets, and have problems 1-4 done for discussion.
    • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in the SAC gym.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Tuesday, November 14th. Pick up a form in the AD’s office and return it by November 6.
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Tuesday - The University of Evansville, and Marian will give a presentation for students in the Education program. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Spirit Club meets November 7 at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. Check Canvas for an important message about Spirit Club.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.
    • We are looking for a few good men who want to be part of the 2017-18 “Rat Pack”. We are looking especially for men in the smaller weight classes, 106-120 lb. range, as well as 182-285 lb. group. Please see Coach Tone if interested.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was HAIRCUT, solved by Ryan Richardson, Josh Witte, Frank Baumgartner, Molly Barile, Jaime Chiqui, Maggie Wright, Lily DeArmond, Nick Holder, Brenda Hernandez, Josie McIntyre, Joey Ruden, Ms. Harris’ 2nd period class

    Today’s word: A E G O S T W

    Monday, October 30

    • Congratulations to the Speech Team on placing 2nd out of 18 at the Noblesville meet. Top finishers include Collin Cahill, Elly Bogle, Olivia Loxton, Mary Simcox, and Korinne Ellert. Signups for the New Castle meet must be submitted by 8 p.m. tonight if you wish to attend.
    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Cross Country team, who placed 15th in the state, the best ever finish for Bishop Dwenger. Erin Strzlecki placed 12th overall and earns All-State recognition.
    • SADD meets tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Yearbook will meet at 2:45 on Wednesday in Mrs. Isch’s room. Check Canvas for more details.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner coming up on Wednesday, November 1, at Cebolla’s on Maplecrest at 6:30 p.m. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • ISTEP Math remediation begins this week. There will be four sessions weekly, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. and 3:10 p.m. You need to attend one of the four sessions each week. Bring your packets, and have problems 1-4 done for discussion.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Tuesday, November 14th. Pick up a form in the AD’s office and return it by November 6.
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Tuesday - The University of Evansville, and Marian will give a presentation for students in the Education program. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Friday’s Word of the Day was FEDORAS, solved by Evan DeGroote, Derek Miller, Alex Leshore, James Blume, Maggie Wright, Lily DeArmond, Julia Busch, Sophia Dickerson, Olivia Cook, Landon Parrish

    Today’s word: A C H I R T U

    Friday, October 27

    • Speech Team: If you are attending the Noblesville meet, fireups are available in room 209. If you are riding the bus, permission slips are due ASAP.
    • The kitchen staff would like to remind you to bring your lunch card daily. Those who don’t bring their card will be sent to the end of the line to wait until everyone else is served.
    • Boys interested in Swim and Dive, please stop by Ms. Roberts’ room today.
    • Sectional football play continues on Friday at 7 p.m. at D’Arcy stadium at the University of St. Francis versus New Haven. Mr. Bennett will sell tickets for $6 in the Cafeteria during all lunches on Friday.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner coming up on Wednesday, November 1, at Cebolla’s on Maplecrest at 6:30 p.m. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • ISTEP Math remediation begins next week. There will be four sessions weekly, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. and 3:10 p.m. You need to attend one of the four sessions each week.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Tuesday, November 14th. Pick up a form in the AD’s office and return it by November 6.
    • Softball players: Please check Canvas for information about winter training. 
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Monday – Wittenberg University, Tuesday – Ohio State at Lima, Wednesday – Ohio Dominion University, Friday – New York University. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Yesterday’s Word of the Day was walleye, solved by Anthony Palermo, Serena Shaikh, Helen Didier, Frank Baumgartner, and Mary Simcox.

    Today’s word: A D E F O R S

    Thursday, October 26

    • Boys interested in Swim and Dive, please stop by Ms. Roberts’ room today.
    • Freshman boys: Interested in trying out for basketball? Stop by the Weight Room today at 3:10 p.m.
    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today. We will have mass tomorrow at 7:15 a.m.
    • Table Tennis has its call out meetings today in room 229, Mr. Jones’ room. Come learn about our club; all skill levels accepted. Play in our weekly tournaments and track your ranking online, or just come to learn the game and have fun.
    • Sectional football play continues on Friday at 7 p.m. at D’Arcy stadium at the University of St. Francis versus New Haven. Mr. Bennett will sell tickets for $6 in the Cafeteria during all lunches on Friday.
    • ISTEP Math remediation begins next week. There will be four sessions weekly, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 a.m. and 3:10 p.m. You need to attend one of the four sessions each week.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Tuesday, November 14th. Pick up a form in the AD’s office and return it by November 6.
    • Softball players: Please check Canvas for information about winter training. Please see Mrs. Peters today to help get equipment to St. Charles for open field.
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Monday – Wittenberg University, Tuesday – Ohio State at Lima, Wednesday – Ohio Dominion University, Friday – New York University. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

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

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day – A E E L L W Y

    Wednesday, October 25

    • Science Olympiad GAME ON participants—remember that we will be meeting today from 3-4 in Room 208. Please check your Canvas Announcements for more information.
    • Table Tennis has its call out meetings this week on Wednesday and Thursday in room 229, Mr. Jones’ room. Come learn about our club; all skill levels accepted. Play in our weekly tournaments and track your ranking online, or just come to learn the game and have fun.
    • Join us for 40 Days for Life silent protest of Planned Parenthood on Wednesday after the 3:08 p.m. mass. Pick up a permission slip to ride the mini bus by the Saints for Life bulletin board. Check your email or see Mrs. Yorke for more info.
    • Sectional football play continues on Friday at 7 p.m. at D’Arcy stadium at the University of St. Francis versus New Haven. Mr. Bennett will sell tickets for $6 in the Cafeteria during all lunches on Friday.
    • Senior athletes committed to playing a sport in college are invited to a Senior signing event on Tuesday, November 14th. Pick up a form in the AD’s office and return it by November 6.
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Monday – Wittenberg University, Tuesday – Ohio State at Lima, Wednesday – Ohio Dominion University, Friday – New York University. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day – A E E L L W Y

    Tuesday, October 24

    • Girls’ Dive starts today at 3:30 p.m. at South Side pool. Please be in the SAC lobby by 2:55.
    • There will be an informational meeting today at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Library for the 2019 World Youth Day in Panama.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast Wednesday at 8:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • Science Olympiad GAME ON participants—remember that we will be meeting on Wednesday, October 25 from 3-4 in Room 208. Please check your Canvas Announcements for more information.
    • Table Tennis has its call out meetings this week on Wednesday and Thursday in room 229, Mr. Jones’ room. Come learn about our club; all skill levels accepted. Play in our weekly tournaments and track your ranking online, or just come to learn the game and have fun.
    • Join us for 40 Days for Life silent protest of Planned Parenthood on Wednesday after the 3:08 p.m. mass. Pick up a permission slip to ride the mini bus by the Saints for Life bulletin board. Check your email or see Mrs. Yorke for more info.
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Monday – Wittenberg University, Tuesday – Ohio State at Lima, Wednesday – Ohio Dominion University, Friday – New York University. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Monday, October 23

    • Spirit Club meets tomorrow at 7:15 am in room 123.
    • Friends of Peyton Philpot: There is a memorial service for Peyton at 7 p.m. tonight in the BD Chapel. The Philpot family will appreciate your attendance.
    • Girls’ Swim starts today at 3:30 p.m. at South Side pool. Please be in the SAC lobby by 2:55. Girls’ Dive starts Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.
    • Key Club meets today at 7 p.m. in the Cafeteria. Please bring your dues if you have not yet paid. If you worked Halloween at the Zoo, remember to turn in your service form to Mrs. Bleeke or Mrs. Dillon.
    • If you signed up to assist with the All Grade School mass at the Coliseum, please stop by Pastoral Ministry to pick up your permission form.
    • There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Library for the 2019 World Youth Day in Panama.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast Wednesday at 8:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • Table Tennis has its call out meetings this week on Wednesday and Thursday in room 229, Mr. Jones’ room. Come learn about our club; all skill levels accepted. Play in our weekly tournaments and track your ranking online, or just come to learn the game and have fun.
    • Join us for 40 Days for Life silent protest of Planned Parenthood on Wednesday after the 3:08 p.m. mass. Pick up a permission slip to ride the mini bus by the Saints for Life bulletin board. Check your email or see Mrs. Yorke for more info.
    • The following colleges will be here this week: Monday – Wittenberg University, Tuesday – Ohio State at Lima, Wedensday – Ohio Dominion University, Friday – New York University. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Friday, October 20

    • SADD would like to remind everyone to have a safe weekend and to make good decisions.
    • The Library will close at 1:45 p.m. today.
    • NHS Applicants: All applications, essays, and teacher evaluations are due today by 1:30 p.m.
    • Football Sectionals begin today versus South Side at St. Francis at 7 p.m. Tickets are $6 and will be available during all lunches today in the Cafeteria. See Mr. Bennett.
    • Friends of Peyton Philpot: There is a memorial service for Peyton at 7 p.m. on Monday, October 23, in the BD Chapel. The Philpot family will appreciate your attendance.
    • Girls’ Swim starts Monday at 3:30 p.m. at South Side pool. Please be in the SAC lobby by 2:55. Girls’ Dive starts Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.
    • Key Club meets Monday at 7 p.m. in the Cafeteria. Please bring your dues if you have not yet paid. If you worked Halloween at the Zoo, remember to turn in your service form to Mrs. Bleeke or Mrs. Dillon.
    • If you signed up to assist with the All Grade School mass at the Coliseum, please stop by Pastoral Ministry to pick up your permission form.
    • On Tuesday, October 24th, at 6:30pm in the BD Library there will be an informational meeting for the 2019 World Youth Day in Panama.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast next Wednesday, October 25 at 8:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • Join us for 40 Days for Life silent protest of Planned Parenthood on Wednesday after the 3:08 p.m. mass. Pick up a permission slip to ride the mini bus by the Saints for Life bulletin board. Check your email or see Mrs. Yorke for more info.
    • The following colleges will be here next week: Monday – Wittenberg University, Tuesday – Ohio State at Lima, Wedensday – Ohio Dominion University, Friday – New York University. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week.
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.
    • Register for the National March for Life bus trip to Washington D.C. on January 18. Sign up online at www.fwsbym.com by November 30.

    Thursday, October 19

    • We will have early dismissal tomorrow at 1:30 p.m.
    • NHS Applicants: All applications, essays, and teacher evaluations are due tomorrow by 3 p.m.
    • The Development office needs student volunteers for the Diamond Dinner tonight. This counts for Saints Alive!, NHS, or BD Ambassador service hours. Check your email or Canvas to sign up.
    • Key Club: If you worked Halloween at the Zoo, remember to turn in your service form to Mrs. Bleeke or Mrs. Dillon.
    • If you signed up to assist with the All Grade School mass at the Coliseum, please stop by Pastoral Ministry to pick up your permission form.
    • Taking a dual credit class through IPFW next semester? Please plan to stop by the guidance office during your lunch on Friday to verify your enrollment with the IPFW rep. This includes W131 students here at BD. If you have questions, see Miss McGuire in Guidance.
    • On Tuesday, October 24th, at 6:30pm in the BD Library there will be an informational meeting for the 2019 World Youth Day in Panama.
    • Football Sectionals begin Friday versus South Side at St. Francis at 7 p.m. Tickets are $6 and will be available during all lunches on Friday in the Cafeteria. See Mr. Bennett.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast next Wednesday, October 25 at 8:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • The following colleges will be here next week: Monday – Wittenberg University, Tuesday – Ohio State at Lima, Wedensday – Ohio Dominion University, Friday – New York University. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week. 
    • Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, November 11 and 18, at Allen County Fairgrounds to help decorate for Christmas displays. This qualifies for flex hours. See service board or email for more info.

    Wednesday, October 18

    • There will be a Financial Aid night for parents of college bound seniors tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. If your parents have not completed the FAFSA before, please encourage them to attend this workshop. All students applying for need-based financial aid need to submit a FAFSA.
    • The Development office needs student volunteers for the Diamond Dinner tomorrow night. This counts for Saints Alive!, NHS, or BD Ambassador service hours. Check your email or Canvas to sign up.
    • Book Club meets on Thursdays at 7:20 a.m. in Mrs. Isch’s room, room 104.
    • If you signed up to assist with the All Grade School mass at the Coliseum, please stop by Pastoral Ministry to pick up your permission form.
    • Taking a dual credit class through IPFW next semester? Please plan to stop by the guidance office during your lunch on Friday to verify your enrollment with the IPFW rep. This includes W131 students here at BD. If you have questions, see Miss McGuire in Guidance.
    • Football Sectionals begin Friday versus South Side at St. Francis at 7 p.m. Tickets are $6 and will be available during all lunches on Friday in the Cafeteria. See Mr. Bennett.
    • On Tuesday, October 24th at 6:30 p.m. in the BD Library there will be an informational meeting for the 2019 World Youth Day in Panama.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast next Wednesday, October 25 at 8:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week. Seniors, if you are not making a college visit this week, it would be a great time to do service.

    Tuesday, October 10

    • Seniors: the registration deadline for the October 28 ACT has been extended until today, Tuesday, October 10. Late fees do apply.
    • Yearbook staff: No regular meeting Tuesday. Editors only meet after school in the Library today.
    • This week, the following colleges will send representatives: Monday – Hanover College, Tuesday – Xavier University, Ancilla College, and Miami University of Ohio, Thursday – St. Louis University and University of Chicago. As always, see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more information or a permission slip.
    • Attention: Science Olympiad Game On participants
      Our first practice meeting will be Tuesday, October 17 from 3-4 PM in Room 208. Please bring your laptop—snacks will be provided. Please check your BD email for more information.
    • Service hours are due November 9. If you haven’t begun, please get an appointment this week. Seniors, if you are not making a college visit this week, it would be a great time to do service.

    Yesterday’s word was HAMSTER, solved by Jenna Osborne, Julia Hunnicutt, and Mrs. Schriner

    Today’s word: D D E I G M O

    Monday, October 9

    • Fr. Ajay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods. This will be the only opportunity for Reconciliation this week, due to the priests’ retreat.
    • Congratulations to the BD Cheer teams who competed at the Central Indiana Cheer Championship on Saturday. The Freshmen placed 2nd, JV placed 5th, and Varsity won their division. Great job, girls! Come see all three teams compete her at BD this coming Saturday, October 14, starting at 10 a.m.
    • Congratulations to Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country. Girls advanced as a team to Regionals and placed 3rd. Boys missed advancing as a team by one point and finished 6th. Emmett Delaney, Carson Pocock, Isaiah Wiseman, John Garcia, and Collin Cahill advance individually to Regionals.
    • Congratulations to the JV and Freshman Volleyball teams on their victories Saturday at the SAC tournaments. The teams completed a season and tournament sweep of the conference championships. The Freshman team finished its season undefeated, 21-0. Team members: Lily DeArmond, Lillie Olson, Maria Reecer, Belle Hogan, Cecilia Garrett, Nicoletta Veracco, Allison Deshaies, Olivia Cook, Madison Woods, and Leah Leffers.
    • The Library is closed today after school for teacher meetings.
    • Key Club will meet today after school in the Cafeteria. Please attend to discuss upcoming service projects.
    • Seniors: the registration deadline for the October 28 ACT has been extended until tomorrow, Tuesday, October 10. Late fees do apply.
    • Yearbook staff: No regular meeting Tuesday. Editors only meet after school in the Library Tuesday.
    • This week, the following colleges will send representatives: Monday – Hanover College, Tuesday – Xavier University, Ancilla College, and Miami University of Ohio, Thursday – St. Louis University and University of Chicago. As always, see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more information or a permission slip.

    Today’s word: A E H M R S T

    Friday, October 6

    • The Library is closed today and Monday after school for teacher meetings.
    • Juniors and Seniors: If you are taking the SAT at New Haven this Saturday, try to arrive early to avoid construction delays. Enter through the main front doors. Do not take your cell phone or Apple watch to the testing room—proctors will have to collect it if you do.
    • This week, representatives from the following colleges will be here: On Tuesday, University of Dayton and St. Mary’s, on Wednesday, Baldwin Wallace and Valparaiso University, and on Thursday Hope College and Bradley University. See Guidance for more info and a permission slip.
    • Are you interested in World War I? Do you like science, math, literature, history, art, or music? Join the Academic Team! Call out meeting is Monday at 7:20 a.m. in the Library.
    • Key Club will meet Monday after school in the Cafeteria. Please attend to discuss upcoming service projects.
    • Next week, the following colleges will send representatives: Monday – Hanover College, Tuesday – Xavier University, Ancilla College, and Miami University of Ohio, Thursday – St. Louis University and University of Chicago. As always, see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more information or a permission slip.

    Today’s word: A D E E F L R

    Thursday, October 5

    • Juniors and Seniors: If you are taking the SAT at New Haven this Saturday, try to arrive early to avoid construction delays. Enter through the main front doors. Do not take your cell phone or Apple watch to the testing room—proctors will have to collect it if you do.
    • The Boys’ Lacrosse team will demonstrate their skills on Shields’ Field during halftime of the Freshman Football game on Thursday. Come out and support the freshmen versus New Haven and learn more about lacrosse. Admission is $5.
    • This week, representatives from the following colleges will be here: On Tuesday, University of Dayton and St. Mary’s, on Wednesday, Baldwin Wallace and Valparaiso University, and on Thursday Hope College and Bradley University. See Guidance for more info and a permission slip.
    • Bishop Dwenger students, parents, and guests are invited to join us for a new series entitled “Christian Families”. This faith enrichment series takes place on a Thursday of each month of the school year. We’ll start at 7 p.m. in the chapel at Bishop Dwenger. Please join us; no RSVP is necessary – bring a friend! Thursday, October 5, Fr. Tom Shoemaker will present Pope on a Rope.
    • Friday, October 6, we will have our Balloon Rosary. Volunteers are needed to hold the balloons and to help lead the foreign language parts of the rosary. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Key Club will meet Monday after school in the Cafeteria. Please attend to discuss upcoming service projects.
    • Next week, the following colleges will send representatives: Monday – Hanover College, Tuesday – Xavier University, Ancilla College, and Miami University of Ohio, Thursday – St. Louis University and University of Chicago. As always, see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more information or a permission slip.

    Today’s word: A D E E F L R

    Wednesday, October 4

    • Juniors and Seniors: If you are taking the SAT at New Haven this Saturday, try to arrive early to avoid construction delays. Enter through the main front doors. Do not take your cell phone or Apple watch to the testing room—proctors will have to collect it if you do.
    • New NHS applicants: You have a mandatory meeting Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria. Please bring your computer. Your intent form is due to Mrs. Polhamus TODAY.
    • Swimmers and Divers not in a fall sport are invited to dry land conditioning Tuesday and Thursday at 6 a.m. in the Main Gym. Coach Roberts will hand out Natatorium registration forms. Please see her during the day if you are unable to attend conditioning.
    • Seniors, start thinking about PROM. Any senior who would like to share input about the details for this year’s prom, please come to a brief meeting today after school in Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas 6:30 p.m. today. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in the SAC gym. If you have not paid your dues, please bring them to the meeting.
    • The Boys’ Lacrosse team will demonstrate their skills on Shields’ Field during halftime of the Freshman Football game on Thursday. Come out and support the freshmen versus New Haven and learn more about lacrosse. Admission is $5.
    • This week, representatives from the following colleges will be here: On Tuesday, University of Dayton and St. Mary’s, on Wednesday, Baldwin Wallace and Valparaiso University, and on Thursday Hope College and Bradley University. See Guidance for more info and a permission slip.
    • Friday, October 6, we will have our Balloon Rosary. Volunteers are needed to hold the balloons and to help lead the foreign language parts of the rosary. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Bishop Dwenger students, parents, and guests are invited to join us for a new series entitled “Christian Families”. This faith enrichment series takes place on a Thursday of each month of the school year. We’ll start at 7 p.m. in the chapel at Bishop Dwenger. Please join us; no RSVP is necessary – bring a friend! Friday, October 5, Fr. Tom Shoemaker will present Pope on a Rope.

    Today’s word D D E I L O T

    Tuesday, October 3

    • The Tennis team plays tonight at 4:30 at Carroll High School against Homestead in Regional action. Good luck!
    • Tonight is the last home volleyball game of the season, senior night, and we play Concordia for the SAC Championship. We need a huge crowd to cheer on our seniors, Ellen Ross and Claudia Ream, and the Lady Saints to victory. Freshman and JV games start at 6 p.m. and Varsity to follow.
    • Jostens will be here today during all lunches in the Multi-purpose room to take orders.
    • Swimmers and Divers not in a fall sport are invited to dry land conditioning Tuesday and Thursday at 6 a.m. in the Main Gym. Coach Roberts will hand out Natatorium registration forms.
    • Seniors, start thinking about PROM. Any senior who would like to share input about the details for this year’s prom, please come to a brief meeting Wednesday after school in Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in the SAC gym. If you have not paid your dues, please bring them to the meeting.
    • The Boys’ Lacrosse team will demonstrate their skills on Shields’ Field during halftime of the Freshman Football game on Thursday. Come out and support the freshmen versus New Haven and learn more about lacrosse. Admission is $5.
    • This week, representatives from the following colleges will be here: On Tuesday, University of Dayton and St. Mary’s, on Wednesday, Baldwin Wallace and Valparaiso University, and on Thursday Hope College and Bradley University. See Guidance for more info and a permission slip.
    • Friday, October 6, we will have our Balloon Rosary. Volunteers are needed to hold the balloons and to help lead the foreign language parts of the rosary. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Volunteers are needed for the all grade schools mass at the Coliseum on October 26. Signup outside Pastoral Ministry. Lunch will be provided.
    • Bishop Dwenger students, parents, and guests are invited to join us for a new series entitled “Christian Families”. This faith enrichment series takes place on a Thursday of each month of the school year. We’ll start at 7 p.m. in the chapel at Bishop Dwenger. Please join us; no RSVP is necessary – bring a friend! Friday, October 5, Fr. Tom Shoemaker will present Pope on a Rope.

    Today’s word D D E I L O T

    Monday, October 2

    • Congratulations to the BD Cheer teams who competed at the St. Francis Cougar Classic on Saturday. All three teams placed first in their divisions. Great job, girls.
    • Congratulations to the Tennis team on their Sectional Championship victory over New Haven. They play Tuesday at 4:30 at Carroll against Homestead. Good luck!
    • Dive Team meets Monday at 3 p.m. in the Health room.
    • Euell Wilson tutors leave at 3:30 p.m. today.
    • Freshmen and Sophomores: Did you attend the 21st Century meeting on Friday? Please see Mrs. Dillon today in Guidance.
    • Scrabble Club meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 204.
    • Blood drive is tomorrow. Be sure you eat a high protein breakfast, bring your driver’s license, and wait for a runner to come to get you. Openings are still available; see Mrs. Yorke.
    • Jostens will be here Tuesday during all lunches in the Multi-purpose room to take orders.
    • Swimmers and Divers not in a fall sport are invited to dry land conditioning Tuesday and Thursday at 6 a.m. in the Main Gym. Coach Roberts will hand out Natatorium registration forms.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • This week, representatives from the following colleges will be here: On Monday, Indiana Tech, Wabash College, and University of Indianapolis, Tuesday, University of Dayton and St. Mary’s, on Wednesday, Baldwin Wallace and Valparaiso University, and on Thursday Hope College and Bradley University. See Guidance for more info and a permission slip.
    • Friday, October 6, we will have our Balloon Rosary. Volunteers are needed to hold the balloons and to help lead the foreign language parts of the rosary. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Volunteers are needed for the all grade schools mass at the Coliseum on October 26. Signup outside Pastoral Ministry. Lunch will be provided.
    • Bishop Dwenger students, parents, and guests are invited to join us for a new series entitled “Christian Families”. This faith enrichment series takes place on a Thursday of each month of the school year. We’ll start at 7 p.m. in the chapel at Bishop Dwenger. Please join us; no RSVP is necessary – bring a friend!  Thursday, October 5, Fr. Tom Shoemaker will present Pope on a Rope.

    Today’s word D D E I L O T

    Friday, September 29

    • Congratulations to the Tennis Team, who defeated Northside 5-0 last night. The team plays New Haven tonight for the Sectional Championship starting at 5:15 at Zollner Stadium. Good luck!
    • We will have a canned food drive to support Community Harvest Food Bank. Please bring a non-perishable food item to tonight’s football game.
    • After tonight’s game, join us for a bonfire, praise and worship, words of wisdom from Fr. Jonathan, and adoration. We’ll be at St. Vincent de Paul church just outside the Life Center. All are welcome!
    • Students who volunteered to serve dinner for the Hall of Fame Awards this coming Saturday, please report to the Multi-Purpose Room using door #8 that night at 5:00 pm wearing school uniform – khaki pants and white shirt. Students who volunteered to clean up after the Hall of Fame dinner, please report to the Multi-Purpose Room using door #8 that night at 9:15 pm and wait there for further instructions.
    • Seniors: This week is College Go Week. Several colleges will waive their application fee if you submit this week. (Not IU, Purdue, or Ball State) Check the Canvas Class of 2018 page for more info.
    • There are still spots open for the FBLA FLC trip. Sign up soon with Mrs. Weadock.
    • The following colleges will send reps this week: Friday – The University of Southern California. See Guidance for more info or a permission slip.
    • Are you a talented video editor? Saints Alive! is planning a 3-4 minute video paying tribute to a volunteer who will receive an award for his/her contribution to Bishop Dwenger through Saints Alive! The video will be played at our annual Diamond Dinner in October. You can use this project for volunteer hours for Flex service, NHS, BD Ambassador, or Saints Alive! volunteer credit. See Mrs. Horner or Mrs. Burns in the Development office if you are interested.
    • Dive Team meets Monday at 3 p.m. in the Health room.
    • Jostens will be here Tuesday during all lunches in the Multi-purpose room to take orders.
    • Swimmers and Divers not in a fall sport are invited to dry land conditioning Tuesday and Thursday at 6 a.m. in the Main Gym. Coach Roberts will hand out Natatorium registration forms.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
    • Next week, representatives from the following colleges will be here: On Monday, Indiana Tech, Wabash College, and University of Indianapolis, Tuesday, University of Dayton and St. Mary’s, on Wednesday, Baldwin Wallace and Valparaiso University, and on Thursday Hope College and Bradley University. See Guidance for more info and a permission slip.
    • Friday, October 6, we will have our Balloon Rosary. Volunteers are needed to hold the balloons and to help lead the foreign language parts of the rosary. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Volunteers are needed for the all grade schools mass at the Coliseum on October 26. Signup outside Pastoral Ministry. Lunch will be provided.

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

    Today’s word D D E I L O T

    Thursday, September 28

    • Congratulations to the Tennis Team, who defeated Concordia 5-0 last night in Sectional play. The team plays Northside tonight starting at 5:15 at Zollner Stadium. Good luck!
    • Golden Trumpet will have distribution after school today in Mr. Curtis’ room, room 101. This will take about 15 minutes at the most. We will meet in Mr. Curtis’ room Friday at 7:20 a.m. to plan articles for October.
    • Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: Please plan to attend the 7:15 a.m. mass in the chapel Friday to be commissioned. See Mr. Garrett if unable to attend.
    • We will have a canned food drive to support Community Harvest Food Bank. Please bring a non-perishable food item to Friday night’s football game.
    • Seniors: This week is College Go Week. Several colleges will waive their application fee if you submit next week. (Not IU, Purdue, or Ball State) Check the Canvas Class of 2018 page for more info.
    • The following colleges will send reps this week: Thursday – Manchester University, and Friday – The University of Southern California. See Guidance for more info or a permission slip.
    • Science Olympiad members—please attend a short meeting on Thursday, September 28 from 3:02-3:12 in Room 208 to receive your event assignments. Please be prompt so the meeting can conclude on time!
    • Are you a talented video editor? Saints Alive! is planning a 3-4 minute video paying tribute to a volunteer who will receive an award for his/her contribution to Bishop Dwenger through Saints Alive! The video will be played at our annual Diamond Dinner in October. You can use this project for volunteer hours for Flex service, NHS, BD Ambassador, or Saints Alive! volunteer credit. See Mrs. Horner or Mrs. Burns in the Development office if you are interested.
    • Dive Team meets Monday at 3 p.m. in the Health room.
    • Next week, representatives from the following colleges will be here: On Wednesday, Baldwin Wallace and Valparaiso University, and on Thursday Hope College and Bradley University. See Guidance for more info and a permission slip.
    • Friday, October 6, we will have our Balloon Rosary. Volunteers are needed to hold the ballo