Daily Announcements

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

    Monday, February 20

    • Students, please turn in your completed Course Selection sheets to Guidance. Counselors will begin meeting with students one-on-one Monday, February 20.
    • Science Olympiad Rocks and Minerals team meets Monday, Feb 20th from 3-4 pm in Mrs. Walker’s room – room 107.
    • Science Olympiad Write-it/Do-it team meets Monday, Feb 20th from 3-4pm in Mrs. Walker’s room – room 107.
    • Key Club meeting on Monday is Linus blankets. Bring scissors.
    • Scrabble Tournament continues Tuesday Morning in room 206 at 7:15 a.m.
    • The Library will be closed after school Tuesday to set up for Freshman Scheduling Night.
    • All Golden Trumpet staff is expected to attend the meeting on Wednesday at 7:20 in Mr. Curtis’s room. We will be discussing story ideas for the March issue. Distribution will take place Thursday after school.
    • Spring Driver’s Ed Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Service hours are due March 9. If you need help, see Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board.
    • Community Harvest Food Bank needs volunteers on March 3 from 7:30 to 5 p.m. Call Cara, info is on the Service Board.

    Today’s Scrabble Word of the Day is A D E N R S U.

    Friday, February 17

    • Students, please turn in your completed Course Selection sheets to Guidance. Counselors will begin meeting with students one-on-one Monday, February 20.
    • Speech Team: If you intend to compete at Sectionals, you must submit your registration form by 3 p.m. in Friday. See Mr. Chenowith for details.
    • Science Olympiad Rocks and Minerals team meets Monday, Feb 20th from 3-4pm in Mrs. Walker’s room – room 107.
    • Science Olympiad Write-it/Do-it team meets Monday, Feb 20th from 3-4pm in Mrs. Walker’s room – room 107.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: The final mandatory prep session is this Sunday, February 18 from 1-3 PM at the Gloudemans’ home. Bring your notes, binders and laptops for one final review before Regionals. Experimental Design team—there will be an experiment scenario for you to practice so please review the rubric and come prepared. Everyone please check your Bishop Dwenger email for information on how to order your lunch. See you Sunday!
    • Key Club meeting on Monday is Linus blankets. Bring scissors.
    • Spring Driver’s Ed Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Service hours are due March 9. If you need help, see Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board.
    • Community Harvest Food Bank needs volunteers on March 3 from 7:30 to 5 p.m. Call Cara, info is on the Service Board.

    Thursday, February 16

    • Science Olympiad Optics Team will meet Thursday after school in the Physics classroom.
    • Table Tennis club has a qualifying tournament Thursday after school. Winners will go on to compete for the title of School Champion. Come play tomorrow from 3 to 5 p.m. Snacks will be available for purchase.
    • Students, please turn in your completed Course Selection sheets to Guidance. Counselors will begin meeting with students one-on-one Monday, February 20.
    • Speech Team: If you intend to compete at Sectionals, you must submit your registration form by 3 p.m. in Friday. See Mr. Chenowith for details.
    • Science Olympiad Rocks and Minerals team meets Monday, Feb 20th from 3-4pm in Mrs. Walker’s room – room 107.
    • Science Olympiad Write-it/Do-it team meets Monday, Feb 20th from 3-4pm in Mrs. Walker’s room – room 107.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: The final mandatory prep session is this Sunday, February 18 from 1-3 PM at the Gloudemans’ home. Bring your notes, binders and laptops for one final review before Regionals. Experimental Design team—there will be an experiment scenario for you to practice so please review the rubric and come prepared. Everyone please check your Bishop Dwenger email for information on how to order your lunch. See you Sunday!
    • Key Club meeting on Monday is Linus blankets. Bring scissors.
    • Spring Driver’s Ed Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board.

    Tuesday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was LEONINE.

    Winners: Nick Combs, Mrs. Roberts’ 2nd period class, Anthony Palermo, Nick Barbieri.

    Today’s word: A A B L N T T

    Wednesday, February 15

    • All football players in all grades: Please come to the Library right after school today for a special presentation. One of our players has been selected to receive a national award honoring character and sportsmanship in high school football. The presentation will begin at 3:10 and should take about ten minutes.
    • Science Academic Team will meet Thursday at 7 a.m. in the Physics classroom.
    • Science Olympiad Optics Team will meet Thursday after school in the Physics classroom.
    • Table Tennis club has a qualifying tournament Thursday after school. Winners will go on to compete for the title of School Champion. Come play tomorrow from 3 to 5 p.m. Snacks will be available for purchase.
    • Students, please turn in your completed Course Selection sheets to Guidance. Counselors will begin meeting with students one-on-one Monday, February 20.
    • SADD meets Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Speech Team: If you intend to compete at Sectionals, you must submit your registration form by 3 p.m. in Friday. See Mr. Chenowith for details.
    • Attention Science Olympiad team: The final mandatory prep session is this Sunday, February 18 from 1-3 PM at the Gloudemans’ home. Bring your notes, binders and laptops for one final review before Regionals. Experimental Design team—there will be an experiment scenario for you to practice so please review the rubric and come prepared. Everyone please check your Bishop Dwenger email for information on how to order your lunch. See you Sunday!
    • Spring Driver’s Ed Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board.

    Tuesday, February 14

    • Fr. Ajay is here for confessions today during all lunch periods. There will be mass at 3:08 today. All are invited to attend.
    • Volunteers are needed for our all school Mass on Friday. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • Spring Driver’s Ed Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was ADAMANT.

    Winners: Many, many people solved the puzzle.

    Today’s word: E E I L N N O

    Monday, February 13

    • Fr. Ajay is here for confessions today during all lunch periods.
    • Kudos to the Speech Team who placed 4th out of 28 teams at Logansport this weekend. Top scorers were Zach Nuerge, Collin Cahill, Sam Faulk, and Mary Simcox.
    • Golden Trumpet staff: Pages are due today; turn in articles immediately. There will also be an extra meeting tomorrow at 7:20 a.m.
    • Want to be on the Boys’ Track & Field team? There is a mandatory callout meeting Monday at 3:05 in room 208. If you cannot attend, please see Mr. Beier on your own time.Congrats to Latin Club’s Catapult Competition winners: Collin Cahill, Elijah Mettert, and first place winner Sam Horine.
    • Scrabble Club Tournament begins tomorrow. Be there by 7:15 a.m. to begin.
    • Volunteers are needed for our all school Mass on Friday. Sign up in Campus Ministry.
    • Science Olympiad Rocks and Minerals team and the Write-it/Do-it team meet Monday, Feb 13th from 3-4 p.m. in Mrs. Walker’s room – room 107.
    • Spring Driver’s Ed Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board.
    • Key Club seniors: Kiwanis applications are due on Monday, Feb. 13. Turn them in to Mrs. Noble in room 206.
    • Key Club on Monday is Bingo at Kingston at 6:30 p.m. No meeting at school.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was KETCHUP.

    Winners: Alex Kalchebrenner, Jared Monnier, Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period class, Anthony Palermo, Mrs. Wheeler, Eric Sordelet

    Today’s word: A A A D M N T

    Friday, February 10

    • Congrats to Latin Club’s Catapult Competition winners: Collin Cahill, Elijah Mettert, and first place winner Sam Horine.
    • Want to be on the Boys’ Track & Field team? There is a mandatory callout meeting Monday at 3:05 in room 208. If you cannot attend, please see Mr. Beier on your own time.
    • Spring Driver’s Ed Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Tous sont bienvenus – all are welcome Friday at the French Open House in room 220A after school. Enjoy some crepes with your amis. Ask about Accelerated French 1-2 and the trip to France. Make French Valentines’ Day cards and listen to French songs of l’amour.
    • Science Olympiad Rocks and Minerals team and the Write-it/Do-it team meet Monday, Feb 13th from 3-4 p.m. in Mrs. Walker’s room – room 107.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board.
    • Key Club seniors: Kiwanis applications are due on Monday, Feb. 13. Turn them in to Mrs. Noble in room 206.
    • Key Club Monday is Bingo at Kingston at 6:30 p.m. No meeting at school.

    Wednesday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was LAMPOON.

    When you lampoon someone, it means you ridicule or make fun of them.

    Winners: Mrs. Roberts’, Mrs. Campbell’s, and Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period classes, Anthony Palermo, Abigail Buczak, Molly Pastor, Colton Reese, Nick Combs, Andrew O’Connor

    Today’s word: C E H K P T U

    Wednesday, February 8

    • Congratulations to Swimmer Laura Wright, who won the 100 meter breast stroke in a time of 1:05:53. She advances to the preliminary heats of the State meet on Friday.
    • Holy Mass in the chapel at 3:08 – all are invited. Fr. Jonathon will be here today during all lunch periods for confessions.
    • Spring Driver’s Ed Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • Saints for Life will meet Wednesday at 3:45, right after Mass, in Campus Ministry.
    • Science Academic Team meets Thursday at 7 a.m. in the Physics classroom, room 217.
    • Science Olympiad Optics Team meets Thursday after school in room 217, the Physics classroom.
    • Tous sont bienvenus – all are welcome Thursday at the French Open House in room 220A after school. Enjoy some crepes with your amis. Ask about Accelerated French 1-2 and the trip to France. Make French Valentines’ Day cards and listen to French songs of l’amour.
    • Want to be on the Boys’ Track & Field team? There is a mandatory callout meeting Thursday at 3:05 in room 208. If you cannot attend, please see Mr. Beier on your own time.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board.
    • Key Club seniors: Kiwanis applications are due on Monday, Feb. 13. Turn them in to Mrs. Noble in room 206.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Sign up on Sra. Voelker’s door.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was HEATHEN.

    Another word for non-believer is heathen.

    Winners: Mrs. Roberts’, and Mrs. Derheimer’s 2nd period classes, Anthony Palermo, Sr. Strayer, Evan DeGroote

    Today’s word: A L M N O O P

    Tuesday, February 7

    • Congratulations to Mary Simcox, Elly Bogle, and Collin Cahill, who medaled at the Allen County Optimists’ Club Oratory contest Monday. Collin and Elly will compete at the district level in April.
    • Holy Mass in the chapel at 3:08 – all are invited. Fr. Jonathon will be here tomorrow during all lunch periods for confessions.
    • Spring Driver’s Ed Registration forms are available outside the Main Office and on our website at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/DriversEdSpring2017.pdf .
    • The Speech Team thanks everyone who helped make our meet possible. We are not allow to win a trophy at our own meet, but the Bridget Breckler, Olivia Loxton, Collin Cahill, and Elly Bogle were event champions.
    • Saints for Life will meet Wednesday at 3:45, right after Mass, in Campus Ministry.
    • Tous sont bienvenus – all are welcome Thursday at the French Open House in room 220A after school. Enjoy some crepes with your amis. Ask about Accelerated French 1-2 and the trip to France. Make French Valentines’ Day cards and listen to French songs of l’amour.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board.
    • Key Club seniors: Kiwanis applications are due on Monday, Feb. 13. Turn them in to Mrs. Noble in room 206.
    • Saints Alive! student volunteers must attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria. We still have openings for butlers.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Sign up on Sra. Voelker’s door.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was KILLJOY.

    Another name for a killjoy is Debbie Downer.

    Winners: Reyer Howe, Pete Winkeljohn, Joey Smith, Howie Steele, Mr. Bercaw’s, Mrs. McTague’s, Mrs. Roberts’ 2nd period classes, Anthony Palermo, Mr. Porter, Evan DeGroote, Nick Combs, Sr. Strayer, Molly Pastor, Teresa Breckler, Elizabeth Davis, and Bridget Breckler

    Today’s word: A E E H H N T

    Thursday, February 2

    • Permission slips for the blood drive should be completed and turned in to Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry by today.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers this weekend for the Summit City Shootoout. See Service Board.Turnstone also needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5.
    • Science Olympiad Rocks and Minerals team and the Write-it/Do it team meet Tuesday Feb 7th from 3-4pm in Mrs. Walkers room – room 107.
    • Saints Alive! student volunteers must attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria. We still have openings for butlers.
    • We will have a Red Cross blood drive February 7. Sign up in your theology class or with Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. You must be 16 to donate, and you will need a permission slip.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 8. Sign up on Sra. Voelker’s door.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was MAESTRO.

    Steph Curry is a maestro of the 3 point shot.

    Winners: Sandi Freistroffer, Alex Kalchbrenner, Mrs. Roberts’ & Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period classes, Nick Combs, Anthony Palermo, Nicholas Worman, Mr. Porter, Sr. Strayer

    Today’s word: I J K L L O Y

    Thursday, February 2

    • There will be a short call-out meeting for Girls’ Tennis on Thursday after school at 3:15 in room 120.
    • We will have Mass in the Chapel Thursday evening at 7 p.m. All are invited.
    • Permission slips for the blood drive should be completed and turned in to Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry by tomorrow (Friday).
    • Mass will be celebrated at 7:15 a.m. Friday. It’s St. Blaise’s feast day, so come and get your throat blessed.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers this weekend for the Summit City Shootoout. See Service Board.Turnstone also needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5.
    • Science Olympiad Rocks and Minerals team and the Write-it/Do it team meet Tuesday Feb 7th from 3-4pm in Mrs. Walkers room – room 107.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.
    • We will have a Red Cross blood drive February 7. Sign up in your theology class or with Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. You must be 16 to donate, and you will need a permission slip.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was HOECAKE.

    Hoecake, also know as johnnycake, is a cornmeal bread usually fried in an iron skillet.

    Winners: Nick Combs, Mrs. Roberts 2nd period, Anthony Palermo

    Today’s word: A E M O R S T

    Wednesday, February 1

    • Mass will be celebrated in the Chapel after school today at 3:08. All are invited.
    • Saints for Life will meet after Mass on Wednesday from 4 to 5 in Campus Ministry.
    • SADD will meet Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • There will be a short call-out meeting for Girls’ Tennis on Thursday after school at 3:15 in room 120.
    • We will have Mass in the Chapel Thursday evening at 7 p.m. All are invited.
    • Mass will be celebrated at 7:15 a.m. Friday. It’s St. Blaise’s feast day, so come and get your throat blessed.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers this weekend for the Summit City Shootoout. See Service Board.Turnstone also needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.
    • We will have a Red Cross blood drive February 7. Sign up in your theology class or with Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. You must be 16 to donate, and you will need a permission slip.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was MYSTIFY.

    Winners: Mr. Tomlinson’s,Mrs. Roberts’, Mrs. Campbell’s and Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period classes, John Tran, Nick Combs, Teresa Breckler, Mr. Porter, Nicholas Worman, Evan DeGroote, Gabe Tippmann, Dylan Dehmiri, Austin Kinney, Mrs. Klein, Bridget Breckler, Anthony Palermo, and The Announcement Squad

    Today’s word: A C E E H K O

    Tuesday, January 31

    • Yearbook staff meets in the Library at 2:45 p.m. Tuesday.
    • Rugby has a callout meeting right after school Tuesday in the Cafeteria.
    • Saints Alive workers have a mandatory meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria. Questions? See Mrs. McTague in room 205.
    • SADD meets Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Saints for Life will meet after Mass on Wednesday from 4 to 5 in Campus Ministry.
    • Pick up your PSAT and Pre Act score reports in Guidance. Please see Miss McGuire.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers this weekend for the Summit City Shootoout. See Service Board.Turnstone also needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.
    • We will have a Red Cross blood drive February 7. Sign up in your theology class or with Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. You must be 16 to donate, and you will need a permission slip.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was OXBLOOD.

    Oxblood is a dark reddish-brown color.

    Winners: Mrs. Derheimer’s, Mr. Tomlinson’sMrs. Roberts’ and Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period classes, Nick Combs, Lizzy Roy, Mr. Porter, Bridget Breckler, and Anthony Palermo

    Today’s word: F I M S T Y Y

    Monday, January 30

    • Science Olympiad team—there is a mandatory meeting after school on Monday, January 30 from 3-3:15 in Mr. Beier’s room 208. Assignments and paperwork for the St. Joe Regionals will be distributed.
    • Euell Wilson tutors leave at 3:30 today.
    • Speech Team: Drop by Mr. Chenowith’s room after school today to help with locker posters.
    • Key Club tonight is at 7:30 in the Cafeteria. Come get your new member cards, pins, and certificates.
    • Congratulations to Lydia Ley and Madison Ellis, who placed first in their Dive divisions this weekend.
    • Congratulations to Jacob Robinson, Liam Holly, Isaac Cornewell, and Stephen Nix, who placed first in the Carroll Wrestling sectional Saturday. Runners-up were Josh Smith-Goheen and Emmett Delaney. Jonah Getty, John Weilbaker, Michael Garrett, and Frank Yanko are moving on to Regionals as well. The team will meet after school in the wrestling room and practice at 3:25 p.m.
    • Scrabble Club meets at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday in room 206. Sign up by this Friday if you want to be in the tournament.
    • Saints Alive workers have a mandatory meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria. Questions? See Mrs. McTague in room 205.
    • Pick up your PSAT and Pre Act score reports in Guidance. Please see Miss McGuire.
    • We need volunteers for all school mass next Tuesday. Sign up outside Campus Ministry.
    • Turnstone needs volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.
    • We will have a Red Cross blood drive February 7. Sign up in your theology class or with Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. You must be 16 to donate, and you will need a permission slip.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was NOXIOUS.

    Noxious fumes were emanating from the dumpster.

    Winners: Mrs. Derheimer’s, Mrs. Roberts’ and Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period classes, Quinton Davis, Nick Combs, and Anthony Palermo

    Today’s word: B D L O O O X

    Friday, January 26

    • Senior Athletes: Turn in your athletic signing information form to the AD’s office today.
    • Juniors: If you haven’t received your PSAT and Pre Act score reports, you may pick yours up in the Guidance Office today. See Miss McGuire.
    • AP students: Fees for AP exams are due today in the Guidance Office. Stop by if you need new fees forms. See Miss McGuire with any questions.
    • Congratulations to this week’s Table Tennis winners: Alex Miller and Tyler Linder.
    • You are invited to the 8th Annual Show Choir Invitational on Saturday. Stars are available in the Cafeteria this week for $1 to recognize your friends.
    • We need volunteers for all school mass next Tuesday. Sign up outside Campus Ministry.
    • There is a service opportunity for 5 young men to help tear down the stage for Show Choir Invitational from 11 p.m. Saturday to 2 a.m. Sunday. See Mr. Svarczkopf today for a chance to earn 6 service hours for only 3 hours of work.
    • Golden Trumpet staff will meet Monday at 7:20 a.m. Bring story ideas for February.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone this weekend.  See Mrs. Yorke or service board for info. They also need volunteers on February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. 
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.
    • We will have a Red Cross blood drive February 7. Sign up in your theology class or with Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. You must be 16 to donate, and you will need a permission slip.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was MURRAIN.

    Murrain is an infectious disease of cattle.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo and Sr. Strayer

    Today’s word: I N O O S U X

    Thursday, January 26

    • Golden Trumpet staff will meet in the library for 10 minutes after school today.
    • Boys’ and Girls’ Rugby have conditioning this week on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the SAC.
    • Softball players, please attend a short meeting on Thursday after school in room 1007 for anyone trying out this year. If you can’t make it, see Mrs. Peters for the information.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation breakfast Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 221. Sign up and bring something to share.
    • You are invited to the 8th Annual Show Choir Invitational on Saturday. Stars are available in the Cafeteria this week for $1 to recognize your friends.
    • Student Council: Please check your Canvas.
    • We need volunteers for all school mass next Tuesday. Sign up outside Campus Ministry.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.
    • We will have a Red Cross blood drive February 7. Sign up in your theology class or with Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. You must be 16 to donate, and you will need a permission slip.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was KEYNOTE.

    The keynote speaker is the one who delivers the main address.

    Winners: Nick Combs, Mr. Porter, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Scully, Nick Worman, Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Mrs. Roberts 2nd period, Julia Gruss, Anthony Palermo, Evan DeGroote, George Wagner, Nick Meyer, Bridget Breckler, Mr. Chenowith

    Today’s word: A I M N R R U

    Wednesday, January 25

    • Boys’ and Girls’ Rugby have conditioning this week on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the SAC.
    • Rosary Club meets during all lunch periods Wednesday in the SAC.
    • SADD meets Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Softball players, please attend a short meeting on Thursday after school in room 1007 for anyone trying out this year. If you can’t make it, see Mrs. Peters for the information.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation breakfast Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 221. Sign up and bring something to share.
    • You are invited to the 8th Annual Show Choir Invitational on Saturday. Stars are available in the Cafeteria this week for $1 to recognize your friends.
    • Student Council: Please check your Canvas.
    • We need volunteers for all school mass next Tuesday. Sign up outside Campus Ministry.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.
    • We will have a Red Cross blood drive February 7. Sign up in your theology class or with Mrs. Yorke in Campus Ministry. You must be 16 to donate, and you will need a permission slip.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was OPTIMUM. Spring Break is the optimum time to take a mission trip.

    Today’s word: E E K N O T Y

    Tuesday, January 24

    • Fr. Bob is here to offer reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Mass will be celebrated at 3:08 in the Chapel today. All are invited.
    • Swim and Dive: you need to be in the SAC lobby by 3:40 to board the bus for the Adams Central meet.
    • Student Council: Please check your Canvas announcement.
    • Social Studies Academic Team meets Tuesday after school in room 213.
    • Boys’ and Girls’ Rugby have conditioning this week on Tuesday at 8 p.m. and Thursday at 7 p.m. in the SAC.
    • Congratulations to the following members of the Science Olympiad team who competed along with 42 other teams at the Northridge Invitational this weekend. Hovercraft 1st place: Nikki Gloudemans, Kyle Weingartner, Laura Carroll, David LaMaster and Matthias Post. Towers 1st place: Max DiFilippo, Patrick Morr. Chemistry Lab 2nd place: Kevin LaMaster and Sam Fair. Towers 5th place: Matthias Post, Ryan McArdle. Helicopters 5th place: Jacob Nicholson, Mike Voors, Max DiFilippo, Patrick Morr. The complete list of all students who earned ribbons is on the website.
    • Rosary Club meets during all lunch periods Wednesday in the SAC.
    • Saints for Life rosary begins at 7:25 a.m. in the Chapel on Thursday, with a brief meeting afterward.
    • Softball players, please attend a short meeting on Thursday after school in room 1007 for anyone trying out this year. If you can’t make it, see Mrs. Peters for the information.
    • Seniors who have committed to participating in athletics in college: The next signing event is Wednesday, Frebruary 8 at noon. Information sheets are available in the AD’s office and must be completed and turned in to the Athletic Director by January 24.
    • We need volunteers for all school mass next Tuesday. Sign up outside Campus Ministry.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was PURPORT.

    I do not purport to be an expert linguist; I’m just interested in words and languages.

    Winners: Nick Combs, Mrs. Roberts’ 2nd period, Michael Fabini, Braxton Cashbaugh, Julian Walter, Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Anthony Palermo, Teresa Breckler, Mrs. Wheeler

    Today’s word: I M M O P T U

    Monday, January 23

    • Congratulations to the Speech Team on its 2nd place finish this weekend. Top scorers included: Patrick Tippmann, Bridget Breckler, Collin Cahill, Olivia Loxton, and Zach Nuerge.
    • Congratulations to Farrah Pilling, who qualified for the State Regionals in Bowling in Elkhart on February 4. The team event is this Saturday at Georgetown Lanes. Practice today for varsity boys and girls is 3:30 at ProBowl. Practice tomorrow is 3:30 at Precious Blood.
    • Fr. Ajay will offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Key Club tonight is 7:30 in the Cafeteria. Come to hear about upcoming events.
    • Scrabble Club is Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 206. Tournament starts in February. See Mrs. Noble to sign up.
    • NHS meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria. All members must attend.
    • St. Mother Teresa Club meets Tuesday following a student-led Liturgy of the Hours at 7:15 a.m. in the Chapel.
    • Softball players, please attend a short meeting on Thursday after school in room 1007 for anyone trying out this year. If you can’t make it, see Mrs. Peters for the information.
    • Seniors who have committed to participating in athletics in college: The next signing event is Wednesday, Frebruary 8 at noon. Information sheets are available in the AD’s office and must be completed and turned in to the Athletic Director by January 24.
    • We need volunteers for all school mass next Tuesday. Sign up outside Campus Ministry.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was RAMEKIN.

    A ramekin is a small dish for baking and serving an individual portion of food.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Nick Combs, Sr. Strayer’s 3rd period class, Mrs. Wheeler

    Today’s word: O P P R R T U

    Friday, January 20

    • We will have XLT, which is time for adoration, confession, praise, and worship, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Chapel on Sunday. All students are invited.
    • Seniors who have committed to participating in athletics in college: The next signing event is Wednesday, Frebruary 8 at noon. Information sheets are available in the AD’s office and must be completed and turned in to the Athletic Director by January 24.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was PRESAGE.

    When Juliet says, “My grave is like to be my wedding bed,” it serves to presage, or foreshadow, her ultimate fate.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Dylan Dehmiri

    Today’s word: A E I K M N R

    Thursday, January 19

    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation in the Chapel during all lunch periods today.
    • Table Tennis Club is having a doubles tournament today. Bring a friend to team up with, or we will find you a partner. We will sell snacks and drinks.
    • Science Olympiad Optics team meets Thursday after school in room 217, the Physics classroom.
    • Swim and Dive will take team pictures Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at the pool.
    • Chess Club meets Friday morning in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 201, at 7:20 a.m.
    • Friday is the feast of St. Sebastian, patron saint of athletes. Please join us for Mass at 7:15 a.m. in the chapel.
    • Golden Trumpet: Articles were due on Monday and must be turned in immediately. Pages are due at the end of the day Thursday, and we go to print next Tuesday.
    • We will have XLT, which is time for adoration, confession, praise, and worship, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Chapel on Sunday. All students are invited.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are a limited number of spots available for the ACT/SAT prep class. Please register immediately.
    • Seniors who have committed to participating in athletics in college: The next signing event is Wednesday, Frebruary 8 at noon. Information sheets are available in the AD’s office and must be completed and turned in to the Athletic Director by January 24.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was THIAMIN.

    Thiamin is also known as vitamin B1.

    Winners: Anthony Palermo, Emma Pillie, Colton Reese, Luke Siela, Nick Combs, Mrs. Wheeler

    Today’s word: A E E G P R S

    Wednesday, January 18

    • Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on its victory last night over Bishop Luers 57-21. The Saints compete this Saturday for the SAC Individual Tournament at Snider at 9 a.m. Come support the “Rat Pack” in the quest for the SAC title.
    • The Library is closed today at 1:45 for an Anthis Career Center parent meeting. There will be no printing allowed during this time. Please plan accordingly.
    • Science Olympiad GAME ON will meet today from 3-4:15 in Mr. Beier’s room 208 as a final practice before the competition this weekend at Northridge.
    • Science Olympiad Forensic meets after school today in room 202.
    • Holy Mass will be celebrated in the Chapel today at 3:08. All are invited.
    • Golden Trumpet: Articles were due on Monday and must be turned in immediately. Pages are due at the end of the day Thursday, and we go to print next Tuesday.
    • Math Academic team meets Thursday before school in room 202.
    • Science Academic team meets Thursday at 7 a.m. in the Physics classroom, room 217.
    • Science Olympiad Optics team meets Thursday after school in room 217, the Physics classroom.
    • Swim and Dive will take team pictures Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at the pool.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are a limited number of spots available for the ACT/SAT prep class. Please register immediately.
    • There will be a Spanish conversation dinner tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Mexico Antiguo. Sign up on Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Seniors who have committed to participating in athletics in college: The next signing event is Wednesday, Frebruary 8 at noon. Information sheets are available in the AD’s office and must be completed and turned in to the Athletic Director by January 24.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was POBLANO.

    Poblano peppers are used to make chile rellenos.

    Winners: Mrs. Campbell’s and Sr. Strayers’ 2nd period, Mr. Cochran’s 3rd period,Mr. Porter, Anthony Palermo, Nick Combs, Mrs. Wheeler

    Today’s word: A H I I M N T

    Tuesday, January 17

    • Fr. Bob will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today. Holy Mass will be celebrated in the Chapel today at 3:08. All are invited.
    • Congratulations to the Rifle Team, who maintained their undefeated record last night, winning over a tough Carroll team by one point. John Yarde, Matthew Schmieman, and Emily Foster placed first in their events, and Sam Shulz also had a strong performance. John Yarde, Veronica Buczak, Ava Kennedy qualified for the Junior Olympics in Colorado Springs in April.
    • Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on its first place finish at the Adams Central Invite. The Saints placed seven wrestlers in the finals; Luke Bessesen, Liam Holly, Isaac Cornewell, and Stephen Nix won their matches, and Jacob Robinson, John Weilbaker, and Michael Garrett were runner-ups. Meet in the Chapel today at 4:45 and leave for Bishop Luers meet at 5 p.m.
    • Congratulations to these All SAC Swimmers: Andrei Halley, Laura Wright, Natalie Yehle, Stephanie Newell, and Sydee Trahin. In the SAC meet, Grace Garrett placed 2nd and Sydney Short placed 5th in Dive.
    • Kudos to the Speech Team who placed 2nd out of 26 teams on Saturday. Top finishers were Collin Cahill, Alyssa Ankenbruck, Elly Bogle, Emma Cartwright, and Patrick Tippmann. If you wish to attend the Plymouth meet, please sign up by 4 p.m. today.
    • Young men interested in playing baseball: Conditioning sessions begin tomorrow at 6:15 a.m. for those not currently in a winter sport.
    • SADD meets tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are a limited number of spots available for the ACT/SAT prep class. Please register immediately.
    • There will be a Spanish conversation dinner on Wednesday, January 18 at 6:30 p.m. at Mexico Antiguo. Sign up on Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Seniors who have committed to participating in athletics in college: The next signing event is Wednesday, Frebruary 8 at noon. Information sheets are available in the AD’s office and must be completed and turned in to the Athletic Director by January 24.
    • There are volunteer opportunities at Turnstone February 25 and 26 and March 4 and 5. See Service Board for details.
    • Saints Alive! still has openings for student volunteers for Saturday, March 4. Thanks to all who volunteered for Thursday night.

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was UMBRAGE.

    He took umbrage when she said he had poor taste in music.

    Winners: Sr. Strayer’s 2nd period, Miss Hayes’ 4th period, John Heaton, Mrs. Wheeler, Alec Watercutter, Nick Combs, Anthony Palermo

    Today’s word: A B L O O N P

    Friday, January 13

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

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was TYPHOON.

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

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

    Thursday, January 12

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

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was VULGATE.

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

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

    Today’s word: H N O O P T Y

    Wednesday, January 11

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

    Yesterday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was UNSHORN.

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

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

    Today’s word: A G E L T U V

    Monday, January 9

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

    Friday’s Scrabble Word of the Day was WARPATH.

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

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

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

    Friday, January 6

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

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

    Thursday, January 5

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