Daily Announcements

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

    Thursday, February 14

    • S.E.A will be cleaning recycling bins after school today. This does count as service hours, so even if you are not in S.E.A. please feel free to stop by room 112 to help. We will clean out more bins next week, so if you can’t make it today, please stop by and ask Mrs. Walker for details.
    • Wrestlers: Lockers need to be cleaned out and locks left on locker by Wednesday. If you are in a spring sport you may keep your locker. The team will meet after school today in the Weight Room for about 15 minutes.
    • Volunteers are needed for All School Mass Tuesday. Sign up outside the Chapel.
    • You can submit pictures for the Senior Video to seniors2019@bishopdwenger.comPlease submit by April 1. See Mrs. Sturm in Technology with any questions.
    • Saints Alive! valet parkers have a mandatory meeting after school Wednesday for 15 minutes in Mrs. Wheeler’s room. See Mrs. Dillon with any questions.
    • Saints Alive! volunteers need to turn in a permission slip by February 20. You can find them on the stool outside Mrs. McTague’s room.
    • Drivers’ Ed classes begin on March 11. Please see Mrs. Pierson for registration forms.

    Wednesday, February 13

    • Fr. David will be here for reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Project Linus has a brief meeting after school in Mr. Conroy’s room today.
    • Football players and managers: We’ll show the State Championship video after school today in the Library.Please arrive by 3:05 pm. The video is 35 minutes long and workouts will begin after.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation breakfast tomorrow at 7:20 am in Sra. Voelker’s room. Sign up outside her door.
    • Wrestlers: Lockers need to be cleaned out and locks left on locker by Wednesday. If you are in a spring sport you may keep your locker. The team will meet after school Thursday in the Weight Room for about 15 minutes.
    • Academic Fine Arts team meets Thursday at 7:20 am in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
    • Volunteers are needed for All School Mass Tuesday. Sign up outside the Chapel.
    • FBLA members are selling carnation cards for $1.00. Card and carnation will be delivered Valentine’s Day.See Mrs. Weadock or any FBLA member to purchase.
    • You can submit pictures for the Senior Video to seniors2019@bishopdwenger.comPlease submit by April 1. See Mrs. Sturm in Technology with any questions.
    • Senior athletes: There will be a signing event Wednesday for any senior athlete who will participating in sports at their college. Please see Mr. Bennett for more information.
    • Saints Alive! volunteers need to turn in a permission slip by February 20. You can find them on the stool outside Mrs. McTague’s room.
    • Drivers’ Ed classes begin on March 11. Please see Mrs. Pierson for registration forms.

    Monday, February 11

    • Weather cancellations: Gymnastics will not have practice tonight. Boys Freshman Basketball at Huntington North is canceled today. Tonight's gymnastic meet has been moved to tomorrow, 6:30 pm start at BD. Future Lady Saints Youth Basketball league is canceled tonight. Lacrosse practice is cancelled.  NO Euell Wilson tutoring tonight.
    • Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on a wonderful season. Lockers need to be cleaned out and locks left on locker by Wednesday. If you are in a spring sport you may keep your locker. The team will meet after school Thursday in the Weight Room for about 15 minutes.
    • No confessions today, as Fr. Jay is out of town.
    • Volunteers are needed for All School Mass next Tuesday. Sign up outside the Chapel.
    • Boys’ Track practice is today after school. All are welcome.
    • Girls’ Track starts today at 3:40 pm. Meet in the SAC lobby.
    • Scrabble Tournament continues Tuesday. If there is a weather delay, there is no Scrabble.
    • Saint Mother Teresa club meets Tuesday at 7:25 am in Pastoral Ministry.
    • FBLA members are selling carnation cards for $1.00. Card and carnation will be delivered Valentine’s Day. See Mrs. Weadock or any FBLA member to purchase.
    • If you signed up to give blood, please get your permission slip to Mrs. Yorke this week. Thanks in advance for giving the gift of life.
    • You can submit pictures for the Senior Video to seniors2019@bishopdwenger.com. Please submit by April 1. See Mrs. Sturm in Technology with any questions.
    • Senior athletes: There will be a signing event Wednesday for any senior athlete who will participating in sports at their college. Please see Mr. Bennett for more information.
    • Saints Alive! volunteers need to turn in a permission slip by February 20. You can find them on the stool outside Mrs. McTague’s room.
    • Drivers’ Ed classes begin on March 11. Please see Mrs. Pierson for registration forms.

    Friday, February 8

    • Please join us for Mass in the Chapel at 3:05 pm. This is a special reminder for the football team.
    • Boys’ Track and Field team has a brief mandatory meeting after school today in room 208 before conditioning. See Mr. Beier if you are currently involved in a sport. Our first official day of practice is Monday, February 11. All are welcome.
    • Girls’ Track starts Monday at 3:40 pm. Meet in the SAC lobby.
    • Our Catholic Charities collection ends today. Freshmen bring paper products, Sophomores hygiene products such as deodorant or soap, Juniors bring cleaning products, and Seniors are asked to bring diapers and wipes.
    • Saint Mother Teresa club meets Tuesday at 7:25 am in Pastoral Ministry.
    • FBLA members are selling carnation cards for $1.00. Card and carnation will be delivered Valentine’s Day. See Mrs. Weadock or any FBLA member to purchase.
    • If you signed up to give blood, please get your permission slip to Mrs. Yorke this week. Thanks in advance for giving the gift of life.
    • You can submit pictures for the Senior Video to seniors2019@bishopdwenger.com. Please submit by April 1. See Mrs. Sturm in Technology with any questions.
    • Senior athletes: There will be a signing event February 13 for any senior athlete who will participating in sports at their college. Please see Mr. Bennett for more information.
    • Saints Alive! volunteers need to turn in a permission slip by February 20. You can find them on the stool outside Mrs. McTague’s room.Saints Alive! has a few openings left for valet parkers. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance to sign up.
    • Drivers’ Ed classes begin on March 11. Please see Mrs. Pierson for registration forms.

    Thursday, February 7

    • Congratulations to Anna Yaggy for advancing to the State Dive meet this Saturday in Indianapolis.
    • S.E.A. meets today in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112, at 7:25 am and 3:25 pm. Snacks provided.
    • The Library will close at 2:00 pm for an Anthis meeting today. The Help Desk will be closed after school as well. Please plan accordingly as no one will be allowed in the Library after 2:00 pm.
    • Saints Alive! raffle ticket sales have been extended to Friday. Please try to sell the 6 tickets you received last month. Remember, each ticket only costs $20.
    • Boys’ Track and Field team has a brief mandatory meeting after school Friday in room 208 before conditioning. See Mr. Beier if you are currently involved in a sport. Our first official day of practice is Monday, February 11. All are welcome.
    • Our Catholic Charities collection ends this Friday. Freshmen bring paper products, Sophomores hygiene products such as deodorant or soap, Juniors bring cleaning products, and Seniors are asked to bring diapers and wipes.
    • Saint Mother Teresa club meets Tuesday at 7:25 am in Pastoral Ministry.
    • FBLA members are selling carnation cards for $1.00. Card and carnation will be delivered Valentine’s Day. See Mrs. Weadock or any FBLA member to purchase.
    • If you signed up to give blood, please get your permission slip to Mrs. Yorke this week. Thanks in advance for giving the gift of life.
    • You can submit pictures for the Senior Video to seniors2019@bishopdwenger.com. Please submit by April 1. See Mrs. Sturm in Technology with any questions.
    • Senior athletes: There will be a signing event February 13 for any senior athlete who will participating in sports at their college. Please see Mr. Bennett for more information.
    • Saints Alive! volunteers need to turn in a permission slip by February 20.. You can find them on the stool outside Mrs. McTague’s room. Saints Alive! has a few openings left for valet parkers. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance to sign up.
    • Drivers’ Ed classes begin on March 11. Please see Mrs. Pierson for registration forms.

    Wednesday, February 6

    • Fr. David is here to offer Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Congratulations to Anna Yaggy for advancing to the State Dive meet this Saturday in Indianapolis.
    • Art Academic Team meets after school today in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • SA! Volunteers have a mandatory meeting in the Cafeteria tonight at 6:30 p.m. It will be quick so you can go to the basketball game.
    • S.E.A. meets Thursday in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112, at 7:25 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. Snacks provided.
    • The Library will close at 2 p.m. for an Anthis meeting Thursday. The Help Desk will be closed after school as well. Please plan accordingly as no one will be allowed in the Library after 2 p.m.
    • Saints Alive! raffle ticket sales have been extended to Friday. Please try to sell the 6 tickets you received last month. Remember, each ticket only costs $20.
    • Freshman class mass is Thursday. Please report to 2nd period for attendance and announcements, then go directly to the Chapel and arrive in prayerful silence. We will be enrolling everyone in the Brown Scapular.
    • Boys’ Track and Field team has a brief mandatory meeting after school Friday in room 208 before conditioning. See Mr. Beier if you are currently involved in a sport. Our first official day of practice is Monday, February 11. All are welcome.
    • Our Catholic Charities collection ends this Friday. Freshmen bring paper products, Sophomores hygiene products such as deodorant or soap, Juniors bring cleaning products, and Seniors are asked to bring diapers and wipes.
    • FBLA members are selling carnation cards for $1.00. Card and carnation will be delivered Valentine’s Day. See Mrs. Weadock or any FBLA member to purchase.
    • If you signed up to give blood, please get your permission slip to Mrs. Yorke this week.Thanks in advance for giving the gift of life.
    • Senior athletes: There will be a signing event February 13 for any senior athlete who will participating in sports at their college. Please see Mr. Bennett for more information.
    • Saints Alive! has a few openings left for valet parkers. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance to sign up.
    • Drivers’ Ed classes begin on March 11.Please see Mrs. Pierson for registration forms.

    Tuesday, February 5

    • Show Choir is selling DQ M&M and Cookie Dough Blizzards for $4 after school today in front of the Main Office and in the SAC lobby.
    • Art Academic Team meets after school tomorrow in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • Saints Alive! raffle ticket sales have been extended to Friday.Please try to sell the 6 tickets you received last month. Remember, each ticket only costs $20.
    • Our Catholic Charities collection ends this Friday. Freshmen bring paper products, Sophomores hygiene products such as deodorant or soap, Juniors bring cleaning products, and Seniors are asked to bring diapers and wipes.
    • FBLA members are selling carnation cards for $1.00. Card and carnation will be delivered Valentine’s Day. See Mrs. Weadock or any FBLA member to purchase.
    • S.E.A. meets Thursday in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112, at 7:25 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. Snacks provided.
    • Senior athletes: There will be a signing event February 13 for any senior athlete who will participating in sports at their college. Please see Mr. Bennett for more information.
    • SA! Volunteers have a mandatory meeting in the Cafeteria Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. It will be quick so you can go to the basketball game.
    • Saints Alive! has a few openings left for valet parkers. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance to sign up.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.

    Monday, February 4

    • Thanks to everyone who helped make this weekend’s speech meet a success. Even with many of our students not competing, Dwenger still placed 3rd out of 18 teams. Top scores came from Emma Cartwright, Mary Simcox, Zach Nuerge, and Joe Straley.
    • Congratulations to the Lady Saints swimmers and divers on their fourth place finish at Sectionals. Laura Wright will be advancing to State in the 100 Breaststroke. Congratulations to Anna Yaggy on advancing to diving Regionals tomorrow as she hopes to join Laura in Indianapolis this weekend.
    • Congratulations wrestlers for your performance at Carroll Regionals. Elliott Cornewell, Emmett Delaney, Michael Tippmann, and Michael Garrett move on to Semi State at the Coliseum Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Practice as usual after school. Kids’ Camp begins at 5:30 tonight. Be there to help!
    • Fr. Jay will offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • The bus for Euell Wilson tutors leaves at 3:30 today.
    • Science Academic Team meets Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 225. All are welcome to come and see the action!
    • FBLA members are selling carnation cards for $1.00. Card and carnation will be delivered Valentine’s Day. See Mrs. Weadock or any FBLA member to purchase.
    • SADD meets Tuesday at 7:35 in the Health room.
    • Boys’ Swim and Dive practice today is 5 p.m. at South Side. The meet scheduled for today had been moved to tomorrow.
    • Service opportunities:Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.

    Tuesday, January 29

    • Kudos to the Speech Team who placed 3rd at Saturday’s meet. Mary Simcox, Zach Nuerge, Elijah Loxton, and Willaim Khorman placed first.
    • Girls’ Sectional Basketball has been moved to Thursday at 7:00 pm at Concordia.
    • Baseball players: NO workout Thursday morning.
    • Please pick up your Snowcoming shirt in Miss Wolf’s room, room 123.
    • NHS tutors are available every Tuesday and Thursday after school in the Resource Room.
    • Tennis Lady Saints call out meeting moved to today after school in room 150, the Health room. If you can’t make it, see Mrs. Keane in the Athletic Department.
    • Academic Art Team meets Wednesday at 7:20 am in Miss Yonge’s room. There will be food. We are also looking for musicians to join as we cover visual arts and music topics.
    • English Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:15 am in Ms. Harris’ room, room 107.
    • Saints Alive! update: We still have waiter/waitress positions open. You must attend a training meeting in the Cafeteria at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, February 6. See Mrs. McTague with questions; the signup link is in Canvas and your email.
    • Service hours update: St. Mary’s Soup Kitchen, Ave Maria House, Matthew 25, and all Women’s Care Centers are closed Wednesday. Be sure to call ahead to your site if you plan to do service.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.

    Monday, January 28

    • Congratulations to the wrestling team on its 5th place finish at Sectionals. Michael Tippmann and Michael Garrett both took first place. Practice as usual after school for all. JV wrestlers—turn in your singlets.
    • Euell Wilson is cancelled today due to the weather.
    • Fr. Jay will be here for Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • One last chance today to sign up outside the Chapel to help with all school mass Tuesday.
    • Academic Science Team will meet Tuesday at 7:15 am in room 225, the Physics room. All are welcome to attend.
    • Baseball players: NO workout Tuesday morning.
    • Art Club meets after school today in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • SADD meets Tuesday at 7:35 am in the Health room.
    • Spirit Club meets tomorrow at 7:20 am in room 123.
    • Please pick up your Snowcoming shirt in Miss Wolf’s room , room 123.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 am in room 123.
    • NHS tutors are available every Tuesday and Thursday after school in the Resource Room.
    • Tennis Lady Saints call out meeting moved to today after school in room 150, the Health room. If you can’t make it, see Mrs. Keane in the Athletic Department.
    • Academic Art Team meets Wednesday at 7:20 am in Miss Yonge’s room. There will be food. We are also looking for musicians to join as we cover visual arts and music topics.
    • English Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:15 am in Ms. Harris’ room, room 107.
    • Saints Alive! update: We still have waiter/waitress positions open. You must attend a training meeting in the Cafeteria at 6:30 pm Wednesday, February 6. See Mrs. McTague with questions; the signup link is in Canvas and your email.
    • Service hours are due in 4 weeks on February 26. If you haven’t begun, please make a plan and an appointment today. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.

    Friday, January 25

    • Volunteers are needed for our all school mass on Tuesday. Please sign up outside the chapel.
    • Please join us for mass in the chapel after school today for the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul.
    • If you ordered a Snowcoming shirt, please pick it up in Miss Wolf’s room, room 123, after school today.
    • If you would like to participate in a game during the Snowcoming pep session on Friday, February 2nd, please stop by Miss Wolf’s room (room 123) to sign-up.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 am in room 123.
    • Lady Saints have a call out meeting Wednesday after school in room 150, the Health room.
    • Academic Art Team meets Wednesday at 7:20 am in Miss Yonge’s room. There will be food. We are also looking for musicians to join as we cover visual arts and music topics.
    • Football and Basketball players: See Coach Garrett if you plan to help with Show Choir tear down Saturday. We need 15-20 young men to help.
    • Art Club meets after school Monday after school in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.
    • Saints Alive! update: Thank you to everyone who signed up. We have around 45 waiter/waitress positions open. This will count for about 5 flex service hours or NHS or BD Ambassador hours. See Mrs. McTague with questions; the signup link is in Canvas and your email.
    • Service hours are due in 4 weeks on February 26. If you haven’t begun, please make a plan and an appointment today. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.

    Thursday, January 24

    • Volunteers are needed for our all school mass on Tuesday. Please sign up outside the chapel.
    • Please join us for mass in the chapel after school Friday for the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul.
    • Wrestlers: Practice after school for sectionals. JV be in the room at 4:15 pm for your last meet at New Haven.
    • SADD meets Friday at 7:35 am in the Health room.
    • Saturday School will be in session Saturday January 26th at 8AM as per usual. However, due to the school being used for the show choir invitational and a lack of outside work to be done due to the cold weather, this Saturday School will be served as “study tables”. Bring any work to do or a book to read, and meet in the SAC at 8 a.m. before heading to Mr. O'Sullivan's room in the Social Studies hallway.
    • Academic Art Team meets Wednesday at 7:20 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room. There will be food. We are also looking for musicians to join as we cover visual arts and music topics.
    • Football and Basketball players: See Coach Garrett if you plan to help with Show Choir tear down Saturday.We need 15-20 young men to help.
    • Art Club meets after school Monday after school in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.
    • Saints Alive! update:Thank you to everyone who signed up. We have around 45 waiter/waitress positions open. This will count for about 5 flex service hours or NHS or BD Ambassador hours. See Mrs. McTague with questions; the signup link is in Canvas and your email.
    • Service hours are due in 4 weeks on February 26. If you haven’t begun, please make a plan and an appointment today. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10.Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.
    • If you would like to participate in a game during the Snowcoming pep session on Friday, February 2nd, please stop by Miss Wolf’s room (room 123) to sign-up. 

    Monday, January 22

    • Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on its 2nd place finish in the SAC Tournament. Michael Tippmann, Michael Garrett, and Eli Hilger were Conference Champions. Sectionals are at Carroll on Saturday. Practice today from 3:25 to 5:15 for all. JV has one more meet on Thursday at New Haven.
    • Boys’ Basketball: The bus to Blackhawk Christian will leave at 5 p.m. this afternoon.
    • Juniors and Seniors: An admissions representative from IU FW will be here Thursday morning. This is a good opportunity to speak with admissions about scholarships, housing, and applying to IU FW.
    • Math Academic Team meets Wednesday at 7:20 a.m. in room 206. If you cannot make it, we will also meet Thursday after school.
    • Juniors: There are still a few spots open for the ACT/SAT prep class that begins on today. See the web site or Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with questions.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.
    • Saints Alive! update: Thank you to everyone who signed up. We have around 45 waiter/waitress positions open. This will count for about 5 flex service hours or NHS or BD Ambassador hours See Mrs. McTague with questions; the signup link is in Canvas and your email.
    • Service hours are due in 4 weeks on February 26. If you haven’t begun, please make a plan and an appointment today. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.
    • If you would like to participate in a game during the Snowcoming pep session on Friday, February 2nd, please stop by Miss Wolf’s room (room 123) to sign-up. 

    Friday, January 18

    • Wrestling is back in action tonight at Snider for the SAC Tournament at 6 p.m. Varsity wrestlers meet in the room by 3:40. All wrestlers practice Monday at 3:25.
    • BD basketball versus Bishop Luers for the Battle of the Bishops game tonight. JV and Freshmen play at 6 p.m. and Varsity follows. The National Guard is bringing a gigantic American flag for the National Anthem before the Varsity game.
    • Central Catholic Alumni Association is dedicating their display case in the SAC lobby during half time of the basketball game tonight. Many of your grandparents attended Central Catholic—you might let them know about this special event. More info is available in the Development Office.
    • Please join us for mass today at 3:05 with Fr. Tom Shoemaker as our guest priest.
    • Juniors: There are still a few spots open for the ACT/SAT prep class that begins on Tuesday. See the web site or Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with questions.
    • Student volunteers are needed for Trivia Night this Saturday, January 19. Please consider helping! This can be used for NHS, BD Ambassador, or Flex service. Click here for the link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445acaa2ea7ff2-trivia2
    • No Saturday school this week due to weather conditions.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday, January 22nd at 7:20 a.m. in room 123.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.
    • Saints Alive! update: Thank you to everyone who signed up.We have around 45 waiter/waitress positions open. This will count for about 5 flex service hours or NHS or BD Ambassador hours. See Mrs. McTague with questions; the signup link is in Canvas and your email.
    • Service hours are due in 5 weeks on February 26. If you haven’t begun, please make a plan and an appointment today. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.
    • If you would like to participate in a game during the Snowcoming pep session on Friday, February 2nd, please stop by Miss Wolf’s room (room 123) to sign-up. 

    Thursday, January 17

    • Swim and Dive is cancelled tonight.
    • Girls' Basketball practice is cancelled tonight.
    • Congratulations to Scholastic Gold Key Art winners Skylar Charleston, Lily Martin, Ron Record, Rebecca Weber, and Hannah Zedaker.
    • Going on the March for Life? If at all possible, do not leave your car at Bishop Dwenger this weekend—have someone drop you off. If you must park here, please park along the sidewalk or near the apartments in the Clinton St. lot so we can clear the snow that’s coming on Saturday. We will have to tow your car if you park anywhere else.
    • No Ping Pong today due to Cafeteria set-up.
    • Congratulations to the wrestling team on its victory last night over Woodlan 64-12. Saints are back in action tomorrow night at Snider for the SAC Tournament at 6 p.m.
    • Wrestlers: JV has invitational at Bellmont tonight. Meet in the room by 3:30, bus leaves from the grotto at 3:35.
    • S.E.A. will meet Thursday before and after school in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112. Snacks provided. If you are unable to be there, please see Mrs. Walker.
    • There will be a Math Academic Team callout meeting Thursday after school in room 206. Mrs. Mocek will bring the cookies.
    • Student volunteers are needed for Trivia Night this Saturday, January 19.  Please consider helping! This can be used for NHS, BD Ambassador, or Flex service. Click here for the link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445acaa2ea7ff2-trivia2
    • No Saturday school this week due to weather conditions.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday, January 22nd at 7:20 a.m. in room 123.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.
    • Saints Alive! update: Thank you to everyone who signed up. We have around 45 waiter/waitress positions open. This will count for about 5 flex service hours or NHS or BD Ambassador hours. See Mrs. McTague with questions; the signup link is in Canvas and your email.
    • Service hours are due in 5 weeks on February 26. If you haven’t begun, please make a plan and an appointment today. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.
    • If you would like to participate in a game during the Snowcoming pep session on Friday, February 2nd, please stop by Miss Wolf’s room (room 123) to sign-up. 

    Wednesday, January 16

    • Fr. David will be here to offer the sacrament of reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • S.E.A. will meet Thursday before and after school in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112. Snacks provided. If you are unable to be there, please see Mrs. Walker.
    • There will be a Math Academic Team callout meeting Thursday after school in room 206. Mrs. Mocek will bring the cookies.
    • Student volunteers are needed for Trivia Night this Saturday, January 19. Please consider helping! This can be used for NHS, BD Ambassador, or Flex service. Click here for the link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445acaa2ea7ff2-trivia2
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.
    • Saints Alive! update: Thank you to everyone who signed up. We have around 45 waiter/waitress positions open. This will count for about 5 flex service hours or NHS or BD Ambassador hours. See Mrs. McTague with questions; the signup link is in Canvas and your email.
    • Service hours are due in 5 weeks on February 26. If you haven’t begun, please make a plan and an appointment today. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.

    Tuesday, January 15

    • Wrestlers: JV has a meet tonight at Snider; the bus leaves at 4:15. Varsity has a meet at Bishop Luers; your bus leaves at 4:45. Congratulations to the varsity team on its 3rd place finish Saturday at the Adams Central Invitational. Michael Garrett took 1st place. The SAC Tournament is Saturday at Snider at 8:30 a.m.
    • Anyone interested in helping with breakfast bags for the DC trip should go to St. Charles church Youth Center from 7 to 8:30 tonight.
    • Join us for Project Linus tonight in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213, as we make blankets for victims of human trafficking.
    • Academic Fine Arts Team will have a callout meeting in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165 Wednesday at 7:20 a.m. There will be food, so join us to learn about the team.
    • There will be a Math Academic Team callout meeting Thursday after school in room 206. Mrs. Mocek will bring the cookies.
    • Student volunteers are needed for Trivia Night this Saturday, January 19. Please consider helping! This can be used for NHS, BD Ambassador, or Flex service. Click here for the link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445acaa2ea7ff2...
    • Euell Wilson tutors will meet today, but not next Monday.FWCS will be closed for the Martin Luther King holiday.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.
    • Saints Alive! update: Thank you to everyone who signed up. We have waiter/waitress positions open for Saturday night. This is a great way for sophomores to help out with Saints Alive! No experience necessary.
    • Service hours are due in 5 weeks on February 26. If you haven’t begun, please make a plan and an appointment today. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Service opportunities: Kids Helping Kids basketball tournament to fund Children’s Hope House on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10. Text or call Hailie at 515-3442 or email at hailie@children’shopefw.org. Or help with healing masses at St. Felix’s Chapel in Huntington the 3rd Saturday of each month. See Canvas for details.

    Monday, January 14

    • Congratulations to the Jadyn Sauter and Vanessa Federspiel of the Girls’ Bowling Team who are advancing to Regionals.
    • Kudos to the Speech Team who placed 4th at Concord this weekend. Top scores came from Zach Nuerge, Auden Ankenbruck, and Patrick Tippmann. Special kudos to Liam Row who placed 2nd in the Senate for Congressional Debate and qualified for Nationals this summer.
    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Swim team on winning their first ever SAC championship. Congratulations to Laura Wright, Mallory DeWald, Maggie Peters, Meghan Walden, and diver Anna Yaggy who earned All SAC recognition.
    • Euell Wilson tutors will meet today, but not next Monday. FWCS will be closed for the Martin Luther King holiday.
    • Science Academic Team meets Tuesday at 7:15 am in room 225. All are welcome; there will be treats.
    • Scrabble tournament begins tomorrow. Be on time for your match.
    • Academic Fine Arts Team will have a callout meeting in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165 Wednesday at 7:20 am. There will be food, so join us to learn about the team.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.
    • Saints Alive! update: Thank you to everyone who signed up. We have waiter/waitress positions open for Saturday night. This is a great way for sophomores to help out with Saints Alive! No experience necessary.

    Friday, January 11

    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Bowling Team on their 3rd place sectional finish after a victory against Churubusco last night. They advance to Regionals for the first time next Saturday at Pro Bowl at 11 am.
    • Fr. Jay will be here to offer the sacrament of reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Please join us for mass in the Chapel today and every Friday going forward at 3:05 pm.
    • Wrestlers, remember to be in the Chapel at 3:05 pm for mass after school today.
    • Young men interested in baseball tryouts in March, please meet in the weight room immediately after school today. See Coach Garrett before you leave school if you can’t make it.
    • Art Club meets Monday at 7:15 am. in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • Academic Fine Arts Team will have a callout meeting in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165 Wednesday at 7:20 am. There will be food, so join us to learn about the team.
    • Snowcoming is on its way! The order form for the 2019 Snowcoming shirt can be found in the All Students module in Canvas and your BD email. Turn orders in to Miss Wolf or the front office by Friday.
    • Euell Wilson tutors will meet Monday, Jan. 14, but not the following Monday. FWCS will be closed for the Martin Luther King holiday.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.
    • Saints Alive! update: Thank you to everyone who signed up. We have waiter/waitress positions open for Saturday night. This is a great way for sophomores to help out with Saints Alive! No experience necessary.
    • Hello everyone, the student council is excited to announce that today is the kick-off for the Saints Alive! Blue & Gold Raffle. Every year this raffle raises over $20,000 for our school. Selling begins today, and the contest ends on Monday, February 4. The ticket prices are 1 for $20, 6 for $100, 15 for $200. The senior who sells the most tickets wins a limo for prom. The highest selling junior and sophomore wins a reserved parking space for next school year. And the highest selling freshman wins a student athletic pass and gets to be principal for a day for next school year. There is also a contest for the classes. It is freshman versus sophomores and juniors versus seniors. The high selling class gets a pizza lunch after the contest. And last, if the whole school sells 3,000 tickets we get a 2-hour delay and dress down day. Teachers can you please pass out the tickets to your students. Every student gets 6 tickets and one envelope. We are starting out with six tickets, but you can always get more from the front office if you sell out! So start selling your tickets! You can turn in tickets and payments to the front office in an envelope marked Saints Alive!

    Thursday, January 10

    • The Test Center will close at 2:30 today.It will reopen before school tomorrow.
    • Table Tennis will start at 3:30 p.m. today due to a faculty meeting with the Bishop.
    • Snowcoming is on its way! The order form for the 2019 Snowcoming shirt can be found in the All Students module in Canvas and your BD email. Turn orders in to Miss Wolf or the front office by Friday.
    • Conditioning for Boys’ Rugby in the weight room from 6-7:30 tonight.
    • Juniors: You can sign up for Saints Alive! via your email or Junior Canvas page. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 with any questions. Junior and Senior boys may apply to work as valets with Mrs. Dillon.
    • Euell Wilson tutors will meet Monday, Jan. 14, but not the following Monday. FWCS will be closed for the Martin Luther King holiday.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.

    Tuesday, January 8

    • FBLA members attending SLC, your registration money is due today. Please see Mrs. Weadock.
    • Project Linus meets today after school in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213. Join us to begin working on second semester service hours.
    • Tonight is the last home match for our Senior Wrestlers. Come and cheer the Senior Rat Pack –Emmett Delaney, Jonah Getty, Michael Garrett, Henry Hilger, Alex Kolkman, Nick Hosier, and Manager Hannah Ewing at 6:30 pm.
    • Rosary makers meet Wednesday during all lunches in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Fort Wayne Girls Rugby meets Wednesday at St. Charles at 6:30 pm or contact Coach Tony Kraus at tkraus@kjlaw.com
    • Volunteers are needed for All School Mass with Bishop Rhoades on Thursday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
    • Please join the Saints for Life for rosary in the Chapel Thursday at 7:25 am.
    • Juniors: You can sign up for Saints Alive! via your email or Junior Canvas page. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 with any questions. Junior and Senior boys may apply to work as valets with Mrs. Dillon.
    • Euell Wilson tutors will meet Monday, January 14, but not the following Monday. FWCS will be closed for the Martin Luther King holiday.
    • See Mrs. Yorke if you would like to carry a sign for the Allen County Right to Life Rally and March on Saturday, January 26.

    Monday, January 7

    • Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on its 2nd place finishes at the SAC Holiday Duels and the New Haven Invitational. Sam Cornwell and Emmett Delaney took first place. Practice begins at 3:25 pm today.
    • Kudos to the Speech Team for placing 3rd out of 46 teams on Saturday. The Saints also took home the Philanthropy award for bringing in the most supplies for Riley Hospital. Top scores came from Olivia Loxton, Korinne Ellert, Emma Cartwright, and Zach Nuerge.
    • Science Academic Team meets at 7:15 am Tuesday in room 225.
    • Volunteers are needed for All School Mass with Bishop Rhoades on Thursday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
    • Reminder for all Football players: Strength and conditioning sessions begin today after school from 3:20 pm to 4:30 pm. If not currently participating in winter/spring sport or conditioning, you are encouraged to attend.
    • Seniors only: You can sign up for Saints Alive! via your email or Senior Canvas page. Senior boys may apply to work as valets with Mrs. Dillon. Juniors, your turn comes tomorrow.
    • Project Linus will meet Tuesday after school in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213. Join us and get started on your service hours for second semester.

    Friday, December 21

    • Miss Wolf has some Saintuary and I Bleed Gold shirts available to buy for $25 or $20. See her in room 123.
    • Do you like coffee? Need a little extra caffeine this week? Would you like to support CRS? Bags of fair trade coffee are available for sale in the test center for $10 a bag.
    • Swimmers and Divers can pick up team gear in Mr. O’Sullivan’s room today. Swim practice for today is cancelled, make sure to check the Canvas calendar for practices over Christmas Break as we practice again Wednesday the 26th from 10 am-noon.
    • Long term loaner laptops must be returned to the help desk today. NO EXCEPTIONS. Late returns will be fined.
    • The Library will be closed after school Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday due to finals. It will be open at 7:30 every morning this week.
    • If you find binders or notebooks that you no longer need while cleaning your locker, please take them to Mrs. Wheeler’s room, room 119.

    The Cupertino Classic, the annual basketball game between the priests and the seminarians, is coming back to Fort Wayne on Thursday, December 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the Bishop Dwenger gym. The seminarians look to defend their win in 2017 while the priests are seeking revenge. Join this night of fun and community, and support vocations in our diocese. Wear your BD blue to support the priests, or wear white to support the seminarians. Make signs to show support for YOUR team. There will be games, prizes for best signs, and the class with the most representation at the game wins a dress down day. 

    Thursday, December 20

    • Miss Wolf has some Saintuary and I Bleed Gold shirts available to buy for $25 or $20. See her in room 123.
    • Do you like coffee? Need a little extra caffeine this week? Would you like to support CRS? Bags of fair trade coffee are available for sale in the test center for $10 a bag.
    • If you have a loaner laptop, it must be returned to the help desk daily. Long term loaners must be returned to the help desk by Friday. NO EXCEPTIONS. Late returns will be fined.
    • A new version of Windows 10 was released this week. Please be sure to update your laptops before your finals. Please also open your lockdown browser and make sure it is working properly. This is very important; if you have issues, please come to the help desk.
    • The Library will be closed after school Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday due to finals. It will be open at 7:30 every morning this week.
    • Mass will be celebrated Friday at 7:05 a.m. in the Chapel.
    • If you find binders or notebooks that you no longer need while cleaning your locker, please take them to Mrs. Wheeler’s room, room 119.
    • The Cupertino Classic, the annual basketball game between the priests and the seminarians, is coming back to Fort Wayne on Thursday, December 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the Bishop Dwenger gym. The seminarians look to defend their win in 2017 while the priests are seeking revenge. Join this night of fun and community, and support vocations in our diocese. Wear your BD blue to support the priests, or wear white to support the seminarians. Make signs to show support for YOUR team. There will be games, prizes for best signs, and the class with the most representation at the game wins a dress down day.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9 to 2 p.m. at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.

    Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Wednesday, December 19

    • Fr. Jay will be here to offer the sacrament of reconciliation from 1 to 2 p.m. today in the Chapel.
    • Seniors Joe Tippmann and T. J. McGarry will sign to play football at Wisconsin and Columbia today at 1 p.m. in the SAC gym. Join us and show support for Joe and T. J.
    • Miss Wolf has some Saintuary and I Bleed Gold shirts available to buy for $25 or $20. See her in room 123.
    • If you have a loaner laptop, it must be returned to the help desk daily. Long term loaners must be returned to the help desk by Friday. NO EXCEPTIONS. Late returns will be fined.
    • A new version of Windows 10 was released this week. Please be sure to update your laptops before your finals. Please also open your lockdown browser and make sure it is working properly. This is very important; if you have issues, please come to the help desk.
    • The Library will be closed after school Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday due to finals. It will be open at 7:30 every morning this week.
    • Mass will be celebrated Friday at 7:05 a.m. in the Chapel.
    • If you find binders or notebooks that you no longer need while cleaning your locker, please take them to Mrs. Wheeler’s room, room 119.
    • Only one detention session remains for this semester and that is Thursday, December 20 at 7:30 a.m. in room 216. All detentions not served by that date will result in a Saturday school or an in-school suspension.
    • The Cupertino Classic, the annual basketball game between the priests and the seminarians, is coming back to Fort Wayne on Thursday, December 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the Bishop Dwenger gym. The seminarians look to defend their win in 2017 while the priests are seeking revenge. Join this night of fun and community, and support vocations in our diocese. Wear your BD blue to support the priests, or wear white to support the seminarians. Make signs to show support for YOUR team. There will be games, prizes for best signs, and the class with the most representation at the game wins a dress down day.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9 to 2 p.m. at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Monday, December 17

    • Kudos to the Speech Team who earned 1st Place at La Porte this weekend. The Saints defeated a formidable collection of teams including perennial powerhouses Muster and Chesterton. Top scores came from Jenn Litchfield, Olivia Loxton, Emma Cartwright, and Jonah Renfrow.
    • Congratulations to the Rifle Team on placing two teams in the Army Marksmanship Qualifier. Individually, Sam Shultz placed 4th and Mackenzie Miller placed 18th out of 536 athletes. They will compete at Nationals at Fort Benning, Georgia in January.
    • Today is the last day to purchase candy grams. See any FBLA member or Mrs. Weadock in room 115.
    • If you have an idea for our Snow-Coming shirt, please get your design to Miss Wolf by Monday, December 17.
    • No Scrabble Club Tuesday.Our tournament begins mid-January.
    • If you have a loaner laptop, it must be returned to the help desk daily. Long term loaners must be returned to the help desk by Friday. NO EXCEPTIONS. Late returns will be fined.
    • A new version of Windows 10 was released this week. Please be sure to update your laptops before your finals. Please also open your lockdown browser and make sure it is working properly. This is very important; if you have issues, please come to the help desk.
    • The Library will be closed after school Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday due to finals. It will be open at 7:30 every morning this week.
    • If you find binders or notebooks that you no longer need while cleaning your locker, please take them to Mrs. Wheeler’s room, room 119.
    • Only one detention session remains for this semester and that is Thursday, December 20 at 7 a.m. in room 216. All detentions not served by that date will result in a Saturday school or an in-school suspension.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. See Miss Wolf for a pass.
    • The Cupertino Classic, the annual basketball game between the priests and the seminarians, is coming back to Fort Wayne on Thursday, December 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the Bishop Dwenger gym. The seminarians look to defend their win in 2017 while the priests are seeking revenge. Join this night of fun and community, and support vocations in our diocese. Wear your BD blue to support the priests, or wear white to support the seminarians. Make signs to show support for YOUR team.There will be games, prizes for best signs, and the class with the most representation at the game wins a dress down day.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9 to 2 p.m. at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Friday, December 14

    • Only one detention session remains for this semester and that is Thursday, December 20 at 7 a.m. in room 216. All detentions not served by that date will result in a Saturday school or an in-school suspension.
    • Please join us for the Divine Mercy Chaplet Friday at 3:05 p.m. in the Chapel.
    • Marine Biology students must stop by Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213, by the end of the week to pick up important class information.
    • If you have an idea for our Snow-Coming shirt, please get your design to Miss Wolf by Monday, December 17.
    • Young men interested in playing baseball for BD: Please attend an informational meeting today in the Weight Room at 3:10. See Coach Garrett with questions.
    • Football players: Do you still need to turn in equipment? See Coach Garrett.
    • Spirit Club meets next Tuesday, December 18, at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. See Miss Wolf for a pass.
    • The Cupertino Classic, the annual basketball game between the priests and the seminarians, is coming back to Fort Wayne on Thursday, December 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the Bishop Dwenger gym. The seminarians look to defend their win in 2017 while the priests are seeking revenge. Join this night of fun and community, and support vocations in our diocese. Wear your BD blue to support the priests, or wear white to support the seminarians. Make signs to show support for YOUR team. There will be games, prizes for best signs, and the class with the most representation at the game wins a dress down day.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9 to 2 p.m. at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Thursday, December 13

    • Congratulations to the Wrestling team on its 45-28 victory over Concordia last night. Elliott Cornewell, Andrew Nguyen, Sam Cornewell, Braeden Hensler, Jake Tone, Michael Garrett, Eli Hilger, and Austin Buescher all won their matches. The Saints will be back in action on Saturday at the Yorktown Duals.
    • FBLA will sell candy grams outside the front office today from 3:00 to 3:30 pm.
    • Holy Mass will be offered for Del Nelson at 7:05 am Friday in the Chapel.
    • Please join us for the Divine Mercy Chaplet Friday at 3:05 pm in the Chapel.
    • Marine Biology students must stop by Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213, by the end of the week to pick up important class information.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 am in Mme. Foltz’s room, room 219. We will be making French Christmas cards. If you like to craft, please join us. All are welcome.
    • If you have an idea for our Snow-Coming shirt, please get your design to Miss Wolf by Monday, December 17.
    • Young men interested in playing baseball for BD: Please attend an informational meeting on Friday in the Weight Room at 3:10. See Coach Garrett with questions.
    • Football players: Do you still need to turn in equipment? See Coach Garrett.
    • Spirit Club meets next Tuesday, December 18, at 7:20 am in room 123. See Miss Wolf for a pass.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Wednesday, December 12

    • Fr. David will be here to offer the sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • The Boys and Girls swim and dive team took home two victories each last night defeating Bishop Luers and North Side by significant margins. Special shout outs go to the following ladies: Carrie Burnham for winning the 200 free, Meghan Walden for winning the 200 IM and 100 free, Laura Wright for winning the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke, and Mallory DeWald for winning the 50 free and 100 breaststroke. For the boys team special shout outs to Noah Maskal for winning the 200 IM and the 500 Free, Patrick Herald for winning the 100 butterfly, Mitch Hile for winning the 50 free and 100 free, and Sam Horine for winning the 100 Breaststroke. The following swimmers were also part of winning relays: Maggie Peters, Jack Jacobs, Dan Cava, Michael Herald, Michael Bogle, Katie Pranger, Avery Jackson, and Julia Eckrich. In Diving Anna Yaggy took first place for the ladies with Maddie Ellis taking second, and Jack Jacobs won for the guys. We would also like to give Noah Maskal some special recognition for taking home first place at the Boys Norwell Invitational this last Saturday.
    • Faculty and Staff: Fr. David will be here Thursday beginning at 7 a.m. to hear confessions.
    • Rosary for Life Thursday at 7:25 am in the Chapel.
    • Holy Mass will be offered for Del Nelson at 7:05 am Friday in the Chapel.
    • Please join us for the Divine Mercy Chaplet Friday at 3:05 pm in the Chapel.
    • Marine Biology students must stop by Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213, by the end of the week to pick up important class information.
    • Spanish Club conversation dinner is tonight at 6:30 pm at Casa Grande on Dupont. Please sign up by Sra. Voelker’s door to secure your reservation.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 am in Mme. Foltz’s room, room 219. We will be making French Christmas cards. If you like to craft, please join us. All are welcome.
    • Anyone who has an idea for our Snow-Coming shirt, please get your design to Miss Wolf by Monday, December 17.
    • Young men interested in playing baseball for BD: Please attend an informational meeting on Friday in the Weight Room at 3:10 pm. See Coach Garrett with questions.
    • Football players: Do you still need to turn in equipment? See Coach Garrett.
    • Today during all lunch periods is the last chance for Seniors to get their school pictures retaken. These pictures are used for the Yearbook, as well as at Baccalaureate and Graduation. Gentlemen, you must wear suit jackets and ties. Ladies, you may not wear sleeveless dresses. All dress code guidelines apply. If you have any questions, email Mrs. Schriner at jschriner@bishopdwenger.com or call at (260) 496-4714.
    • Spirit Club meets next Tuesday, December 18, at 7:20 am in room 123. See Miss Wolf for a pass.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Tuesday, December 11

    • Come party with Project Linus Tuesday after school in Mr. Conroy’s room. Join us for ice cream, cake, and a Christmas craft project.
    • Football players: Do you still need to turn in equipment? See Coach Garrett.
    • Wednesday, December 12, during all lunch periods is the last chance for Seniors to get their school pictures retaken. These pictures are used for the Yearbook, as well as at Baccalaureate and Graduation. Gentlemen, you must wear suit jackets and ties. Ladies, you may not wear sleeveless dresses. All dress code guidelines apply. If you have any questions, email Mrs. Schriner at jschriner@bishopdwenger.com or call at (260) 496-4714.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-lifeWe are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18.Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.

    Monday, December 10

    • Kudos to the Speech Team who took a small group of 12 students and still earned 5th out of 25 schools at Plymouth. Top scores came from Jonah Renfrow, Emma Cartwright, and Eli Loxton.
    • The bus for Euell Wilson will depart from the Grotto today at 3:30 pm, returning by 5:30 pm.
    • JV wrestlers: the bus for the Snider meet leaves at 4:30 pm tonight. Check the list outside the locker room to see who is going. All others to practice as normal.
    • Science Academic Team meets Tuesday at 7:00 am in room 225, the Physics room. There will be treats and all are welcome.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 am in room 123.
    • Come party with Project Linus Tuesday after school in Mr. Conroy’s room. Join us for ice cream, cake, and a Christmas craft project.
    • We are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18. Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.
    • Football players: Do you still need to turn in equipment? See Coach Garrett.
    • Wednesday, December 12, during all lunch periods is the last chance for Seniors to get their school pictures retaken. These pict