Daily Announcements

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

              Monday, May 24

            1. Please pick up any medications you may have in the Nurse's Office at the end of the day, through this week.  NO meds will be kept through the summer.  ALL meds will be disposed of at the end of the day on Wednesday, May 26th.
            2. Congrats to the softball team who finished regular season play on Saturday by winning the South Adams tournament on Saturday.  The Saints are 24 - 4 for the Season.  They begin Sectional Play tonight at Angola vs. Concordia at 5:30pm.  A big shoutout to Cecelia Garrett who broke the single season stolen bases record with 42, and single season hits record with 68.  Way to go Cecelia - what an accomplishment!
            3. Freshman and Sophomores, please stop by Mrs. Polhamus' office to pick up your awards if you were unable to attend Awards Night.  After tomorrow, we will discard any awards that were not picked up.
            4. LOANER COMPUTERS must be returned to Technology BEFORE you leave for Summer.  Fines will be issued if they are not returned.
            5. Attention Honors English Students - AP Literature and Comp for next year has books available to check out in Mrs. Brady's room, 102 in the English Hallway.  Stop by before or after school to pick one up before summer.
            6. LOST AND FOUND:  our bins are overflowing!  Please check the bins in the Cafeteria before you leave for the summer - all items not claimed with be donated.
            7. Junior Day pictures are in!!! If you ordered one, please see Mrs. Long in room 233 to pick yours up.5 extra pictures were ordered.  If you would like one, stop by and get one - they are $9.00.  First come, first served.
            8. Driver's Education registration is still open - there are only 4 spots left in the 9am - 12pm class for the first session.  See Mrs. Pierson with any questions.
            9. SUMMER ECON CLASS:  see Mr. O'Sullivan before Wednesday to get class information.
            10. S.E.A. Members and anyone else who want to help with our "Trashy" endeavors this Wednesday after Finals are completed are to meet in Mrs. Walker's room by 11:25. You can stay for as long as you can help but Food will be provided. Hope to see many Wednesday! 

              Friday, May 21

            1. Seniors - this is a reminder about what is proper attire for graduation.  Ladies:  skirts, dressses, no flip flops or tennis shoes.  No extra piercings.  Gentlemen:  shirt, tie, dress slacks, dress shoes, no piercings. Must be CLEAN SHAVEN.
            2. All students must wear gowns for Mass;  Ladies (only) may wear their caps during Mass.  Caps and gowns may not be decorated.  As we line up for graduation, there will be faculty members checking dress code.  Those students who do not follow these guidelines will not be permitted to participate in the ceremonies.  Please respect the time and effort put into organizing the ceremony and those families who treasure this celebration.
            3. Today is the last day to buy Prom tickets!  They will be sold at all 3 lunches and after school.  If you are a Senior and not attending Prom, please stop by Mrs. Ray's room today to get a tumbler.  
            4. Your 2021 Prom Court is:  Miah Henry escorted by Frank Baumgartner; Avery Jackson escorted by Austin Buescher; Kiera Meyer escorted by Joe Fabini; Ellie Saxe escorted by John Michael  Fabini; and Anna Yaggy escorted by Andrew Lion.  King and Queen will be voted on at Prom.
            5. Varsity tennis girls won another Sectionals against Concordia for the first time in a long time!  Congrats to the Tennis team and good luck continuing on to Sectionals.
            6. Please check Canvas student emails and hallway posters for 3 service opportunities for this June.  1) GiGi's field day here at the Field, June 5th.  They need buddies and helpers.  Sign up online.  2) Teen Service Week is June 7th - 10th for St. Vincent de Paul Society.  3) Turnstone Endeavor Games June 24-26th.  Race for Warrior in July...See Canvas.
            7. S.E.A. wants to encourage ALL to recycle your paper and bottles instead of throwing them away. 

              Thursday, May 13th

            1. We will have a $1 DRESS DOWN DAY TOMORROW for Catholic Missions.  This money will help  BD students who are serving the church and the youth of our faith this summer.
            2. Driver's Education registration is open - pick up forms in the Main Office.
            3. Attention BD girls who are interested in playing soccer next fall - there will be a call-out meeting with Coach McCaig on Friday, May 14th @ 3:30pm in the cafeteria.  If you can't attend please see Mrs. Keane in the AD Office.
            4. Art Club will have a meeting after school today.  Art Club PLEASE pick up glazed ceramics from last semester from Mrs. Scheribel's room right after school today.
            5. Work-Based Learning applications are due to Mr. Moyer this Friday, May 14th.
            6. If you are taking AP US History NEXT year, please plan on attending a morning meeting to discuss your summer assignment.  The meetings take plaace in Mrs. Bleeke's room (231) from 7:30 - 7:45.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Bleeke.

              Wednesday, May 12th

            1. Congratulations to Joe Neireiter who will represent Bishop Dwenger at the Junior Olympics in Air Rifle this weekend in Hillsdale, Michigan!  Go Joe!
            2. SEA will meet at 7:25am tomorrow to discuss end of the year matters.  If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Walker.
            3. Rosary for Life will be tomorrow at 7:20am in the Chapel.
            4. St. Vincent de Paul Society has organized a service week June 7-10 this summer.  All 20 service hours are available with work outside for the needy.  See flyers, Canvas, email or Mrs. Yorke.  They will provide snacks and your lunch.

              Tuesday, May 11th

            1. Driver's Education registration is open - please see Mrs. Pierson in the Main Office for the forms. Registration closes on June 4th for the first session and June 18 for the second session.
            2. Saints Alive! Waiters/Waitresses/Butlers - there is a mandatory training on Friday at 3:15pm in the Multi-Purpose Room.
            3. There will be a Student Council meeting on Friday, May 14th at 7:20am in Mrs. Ray's classroom.

              Monday, May 10th

            1. The girls tennis team has won 2 Invitations in a row - at Dekalb and at Angola!  Way to go Lady Saints!!!
            2. Saints Alive! Waiters/Waitresses/Butlers - there is a mandatory training on Friday at 3:15pm in the Multi-Purpose Room.
            3. Saints Alive" Centurions and Hostesses - try on today after school - Bring your shoes!
            4. We still have openings for 1 coat check girl, 1 Spotlighter and 2nd shift waiters and waitresses.  See Mrs. McTague or the sign up link in  Canvas.

              Friday, May 7th

            1. Congratulations to Jackson Trahin who earned All-Conference honors by winning the Discus at last-night’s SAC Championship meet at North Side. Other notable finishes included Liam Row (2nd in 1600 & 3200), Anthony Ventruella (3rd in 100m & 5th in Long Jump), Teddy Steele (4th in 400m), Jack Stores (3rd in 110m Hurdles & 6th in 300m Hurdles), Trevor Martin (4th in Pole Vault), as well as the relay teams of Nix, Kurtzweg, Sutter, & Wiseman (3rd in 4x800), and Till, Groves, Smith, & Steele (2nd in 4x400). The team finished 3rd. The Girls Track Team finished 2nd in SAC on Tuesday night with some outstanding finishes by Elise Huhn and Tala Keiffer in Pole Vault (2nd & 3rd), Nora Steele & Katie Woods in the 800m (2nd & 3rd), Ruth Simcox & Kassidy Court (2nd & 3rd), Katie Parent & Emma Doyle in the 200m (3rd & 7th), Aileen Delaney & Erin Klingenberger in the 3200m (3rd & 7th), Taylor Aselage in the 300m Hurdles (3rd) and High Jump (4th), Emma Doyle and Maria Reecer in Long Jump (3rd & 8th), Elizabeth Farris & Abbi Schenkel in Discus (3rd & 5th), Mackenzie Sokol in Shot Put (4th) and the relay teams of Broerman, Tippmann, Woods, Aselage in the 4x800 (2nd), Parent, Simcox, Court, & Woods in the 4x400(2nd), the relay team of Doyle, Reecer, Aselage, and Parent finished 3rd in 4x100.
            2. Driver's Education registration is open - please see Mrs. Pierson in the Main Office for the forms.  Registration closes on June 4th for the first session and June 18 for the second session.
            3. The SAC lobby will be closed for the week beginning Monday, May 10th, those who enter through the SAC doors will need to enter through Door #2 (The Chapel) or Door #1 (Main Entrance) and then head on to the Cafeteria.

              Thursday, April 29th

            1. $$$ DRESS DOWN DAY TOMORROW to help support the Nguyen family.  
            2. NHS will be hosting field day on Friday, May 7th. Events included cornhole, tug-of-war, frisbee golf, kickball, water games, spikeball, sidewalk chalk, euchre, and other board games. There is a 2 person per team limit for cornhole, frisbee golf, spikeball and euchre. A 5 person limit for tug-of-wr, and an 8 person limit for kickball. Signups open on Thursday, so start assembling your team today!
            3. Congrats to the Lady Saints Softball tea, who won their first SAC game against Concordia last night 24 -1.  Shoutout to Avery Greider for her Grand Slam!!!
            4. Both the Boys & Girls Track teams won last night in convincing fashion over North Side and Wayne. They boys team won by 43 points over second place North Side, while the girls team won by 39 points over North Side. 1st place finishes were posted by Teddy Steele in the 400m, Liam Row in the 800m & 1600m, Pablo Sutter in the 3200m, Will Trahin in both the 110m High Hurdles and 300m Low Hurdles, Jackson Trahin won high jump & discus, & Anthony Ventruella won long jump. Also, the BD boys won all three relays – 4x100 (Ventruella, Lee, Tippmann, Thurber) 4x800 (Sutter, Smith, Wiseman, Klein) 4x400 (Smith, Steele, Wiseman, Groves). 1st place finishes for the girls included Nora Steele in the 800m, Paige Aselage in 1600m, Aileen Delaney in the 3200m, and Taylor Aselage in 300m Hurdles, Mackenzie Sokol in Shot Put, Elizabeth Farris in Discus, Emma Doyle in Long Jump, & Elise Huhn in Pole Vault. The girls also won two relays: 4x800 (Broerman, Klingenberger, Aselage, Grashoff), 4x400 (Steele, Woods, Broerman, Simcox). The team competes tomorrow night in the New Haven Relays.
            5. Seniors, if you haven't already done so, please take the Senior Destinations quiz on the Senior Canvas page, located in the survey section, to let the yearbook/Newspaper staff k now about your future after Bishop Dwenger.
            6. Color Guard will have clinics and tryouts on May 3rd and 4th in the Main Gym from 3:30 - 5:30pm.
            7. St. Vincent de Paul Society has organized a service week June 7 - 10 this summer.  All twenty service hours are available with work outside for the needy.  See flyers, Canvas, email or Mrs.  Yorke for more details.  They will provide lunch and snacks.

              Wednesday, April 28th

            1. We will be having a $1 Dress Down Day on Friday, April 30 to help support the Nguyen family.
            2. Rosary for Life begins at 7:20am on Thursday morning in the chapel.
            3. SEA will be collecting recycling after school today. Check in to Room 112 at 3:05pm.
            4. SEA will meet at 7:25am on Thursday in Room 112. All are invited to come in and see what it is all about. Snacks will be provided. Hope to see some NEW faces there!
            5. NHS will be hosting field day on Friday, May 7th. Events included cornhole, tug-of-war, frisbee golf, kickball, water games, spikeball, sidewalk chalk, euchre, and other board games. There is a 2 person per team limit for cornhole, frisbee golf, spikeball and euchre. A 5 person limit for tug-of-wr, and an 8 person limit for kickball. Signups open on Thursday, so start assembling your team today!

              Tuesday, April 27

            1. Congratulations to the Boys Track team who won the Freshman/Sophomore SAC Track meet last night at Snider, and to the Girls team who placed 2nd.  Outstanding performances and winners from last night included Brendan Nix in the 2-miles, Finn Saxe in the 100m, Trevor Martin in pole vault, and the 4x400 relay team of Noah Thurber, Logan Felkner, Pablo Sutter, and Teddy Steele.  On the Girls side, Lily Carey won the pole vault.  The whole team will be in action tomorrow evening as we  host a meet against Northside and Wayne at Shields Field and Track Stadium.
            2. Rosary for Life begins at 7:20am on Thursday morning in the chapel.
            3. SEA will be collecting recycling after school tomorrow.  Check in to Room 112 at 3:05pm.
            4. SEA will meet at 7:25am on Thursday in Room 112.  All are invited to come in and see what it is all about.  Snacks will be provided.  Hope to see some NEW faces there!
            5. NHS will be hosting field day on Friday, May 7th.  Events included cornhole, tug-of-war, frisbee golf, kickball, water games, spikeball, sidewalk chalk, euchre, and other board games.  There is a 2 person per team limit for cornhole, frisbee golf, spikeball and euchre.  A 5 person limit for tug-of-wr, and an 8 person limit for kickball.  Signups open on Thursday, so start assembling your team today!

              Monday, April 19

            1. Fr. Jay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration, the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Praise & Worship during all lunch periods today.
            2. Fr. Jay will also be here to offer Holy Mass @ 3:15pm after school today.
            3. Attention Seniors! Senior Retreats are next week!  Information letters and permission slips are being distribued in Theology classes today.  They will also be made available to you via BD email and Canvas.  Please turn forms in to Pastoral Ministry no later than Monday, April 26th.
            4. There will be a short mandatory meeting today after school in the cafeteria for all Saints Alive! student workers.  come get your permission slip and find out what's going on!
            5. Jazz Band has been canceled today.
            6. There will be a Dress Down Day on Wednesday, April 21st for $1.  Proceeds will go for the Redeemer Radio Share-A-Thon.

              Tuesday, April 13

            1. Attention Seniors - Jostens will be here during all lunches for you to pick up your cap, gown, invitations, etc. during all lunches.  If you are not able to pick them up today you may get them from Mrs. Pierson in the Main Office later this week.
            2. Praise and Worship will be tomorrow at 7:15am in the Chapel.  Come and join us as we start our day singing for the Lord.
            3. SEA will meet after school today an tomorrow for recycling and to go over items for Earth Day.  On Thursday we will meet AFTER school at 3:10 to finalize items.  If you cannot be there after school at all, please message or see Mrs. Walker.
            4. Science Academic Team will meet after school until 4:00p, to go over items for the upcoming meet. If you cannot attend please let Mrs. Walker know.
            5.  To kick off the last week long Saints Alive! Blue & Gold raffle selling contest, there is a $1 dress down day TOMORROW. Prizes will be awarded, one prize for that week's top seller, and one prize for a name randomly selected from the names of all students who sold (and turned in) tickets. Whoever turns in the most sold tickets by next Wednesday, April 21, will win lunch from Panera for them and three of their friends!
            6. There will also be overall prizes for the highest selling student in each grade after the winning tickets is pulled on May 15!
              So far, you have sold 1,686 tickets, raising $25,500! As of right now, here are the students in the lead by class:
              Seniors: Olivia Warden with 33 tickets sold
              Juniors: Lindsey Pesa with 45 tickets sold
              Sophomores: Ryan Stieber with 45 tickets sold
              Freshmen: Marybeth Roussel with 182 tickets sold

              Wednesday, March 25

            1. The Spirit Shop is running a 20% off  your entire purchase sale (uniforms excluded).  The sale runs through April 2nd.
            2. Fr. David will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration, the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Praise and Worship music during all lunch periods today.
            3. Just a reminder that Holy Mass will be after school on Mondays and Thursdays - tomorrow we will celebrate the great Feast of the Annunciation.
            4. Rosary for Life will be tomorrow morning at 7:20am.  
            5. S.E.A. will meet on Thursday Morning at 7:25 am in Mrs. Walker's room (rm 112). Earth Week discussions and plans are on the agenda. Snacks will be provided. Please bring your energy and enthusiasm. If you are not able to be there but have ideas, or want to help, please see or message Mrs. Walker this week. Thank you.
            6. Recycling will take after school. Please come and bring friends for many hands make light work. Meet at 3:10 in Room 112. Come for the plastic and trash, stay for the fun and snacks..... 

              Monday, March 22

            1. Congratulations to BD Winter Drum Line - They are State Runner-Up at Avon High School earning them a silver medal!
            2. Congratulations to BD Varsity Winter Guard participating @ Decatur Central HS.  This Saturday they will be competing @ State in Class Regional A with 34 other winter guard groups.  Go Lady Saints!
            3. Panini's are back!!!  Stop by the BD Concession Stand after school and pick up your ham and cheese or parmesan crusted pepperoni pizza panini.  You won't be disappointed - they are Delish!!!
            4. SITA will meet tomorrow morning at 7:20am in Mr. Miles' room.  All are welcome as we discuss Saudi Arabia.  Hope to see you there!
            5. Science Academic Team will meet today and Tuesday after school at 3:10pm in Room 112.  If you can only be at one meeting, that is just fine.  Any questions please see Mrs. Walker.
            6. Fr. Jay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
            7. Dress Down Day on Tuesday, March 23. Bring $1 to dress down on March 23 - all proceeds will go to support Gigi's Playhouse.
            8. Cheerleading tryouts begin this week.•Tryout Clinics will be next Mon-Wed, March 22-24@3:30-5:30pm in the SAC gym
              Cheer Tryouts
              Thursday, March 25th @ 3:30-6:00pm in the SAC gym
            9. Golf tryouts will begin today at Coyote Creek Golf Club. Tee times will start at 3:30pm. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Conroy in Room 213.
            10. Tryouts for the Pom Team will be held April 13th - 15th from 3:00 - 5:00pm in the SAC Gym. This is for Grades 9-12. A parent and student meeting will begin at 4:45pm on April 13th in the SAC Gym.

              Friday, March 19

            1. Dress Down Day on Tuesday, March 23.  Bring $1 to dress down on March 23 - all proceeds will go to support Gigi's Playhouse.  
            2. Cheerleading tryouts begin next week. If you’re interested in trying out please plan to attend the Parent/Candidate Pre-Tryout Meeting this Thursday, March 18th • 6:30-7:30pm in the Cafeteria•Tryout Clinics will be next Mon-Wed, March 22-24@3:30-5:30pm in the SAC gym
              Cheer Tryouts
              Thursday, March 25th @ 3:30-6:00pm in the SAC gym
            3. Golf tryouts will begin Monday, March 22 at Coyote Creek Golf Club. Tee times will start at 3:30pm. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Conroy in Room 213.
            4. Tryouts for the Pom Team will be held April 13th - 15th from 3:00 - 5:00pm in the SAC Gym. This is for Grades 9-12. A parent and student meeting will begin at 4:45pm on April 13th in the SAC Gym.

              Thursday, March 18

            1. Cheerleading tryouts begin next week. If you’re interested in trying out please plan to attend the Parent/Candidate Pre-Tryout Meeting this Thursday, March 18th • 6:30-7:30pm in the Cafeteria•Tryout Clinics will be next Mon-Wed, March 22-24@3:30-5:30pm in the SAC gym
              Cheer Tryouts
              Thursday, March 25th @ 3:30-6:00pm in the SAC gym
            2. Golf tryouts will begin Monday, March 22 at Coyote Creek Golf Club.  Tee times will start at 3:30pm.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Conroy in Room 213.
            3. Tryouts for the Pom Team will be held April 13th - 15th from 3:00 - 5:00pm in the SAC Gym.  This is for Grades 9-12.  A parent and student meeting will begin at 4:45pm on April 13th in the SAC Gym.

              Tuesday, March 16

            1. Wednesday, March 17th is a Regular school day - classes begin at 7:55am.
            2. Remember last March, when we had Praise and Worship??? Let's do it again! Starting March 17th, in the chapel, we will have praise and worship from 7:15 - 7:45. It will be EVERY Wednesday until the end of the year. Any questions? See Brandon Douge.
            3. On Wednesday, March 17th at 5:30pm, Right to Life of NE Indiana will show the film "Inwood Drive" on St. Francis' campus. See flyers posted if you have any questions.
            4. Saints for All will meet after school on Wednesday in Room 209.
            5. Cheerleading tryouts begin next week. If you’re interested in trying out please plan to attend the Parent/Candidate Pre-Tryout Meeting this Thursday, March 18th • 6:30-7:30pm in the Cafeteria

              Tryout Clinics will be next Mon-Wed, March 22-24@3:30-5:30pm in the SAC gym
              Cheer Tryouts
              Thursday, March 25th @ 3:30-6:00pm in the SAC gym

              Monday, March 15

            1. Congratulations to BD Drumline placing 2nd @ State Prelims in PSB Class!  The Drumline is advancing to State on Saturday in Avon, IN.  Go Saints!
            2. Congrats to the BD Varsity Winter Guard placing 4th in Class Regional A at the BD Winter Fantasy Contest.  BD Varsity Winter Guard qualified for State and will compete on March 27th!
            3. Congratulations to BD Gymnastics.  They placed 5th in State!  Emma Doyle got 2nd place on Vault.  Way to go Lady Saints!
            4. The Speech Team ended their season Saturday with their best finish in school history, finishing as Class A State Runner Up!  Top scores came from Bethany Cisz, Eric Dumford, Claire Cartwright and Marie Scudder.  Special thanks to Technology, Maintenance and all the teachers who let us use their rooms this season.
            5. Remember last March, when we had Praise and Worship???  Let's do it again!  Starting March 17th, in the chapel, we will have praise and worship from 7:15 - 7:45.  It will be EVERY Wednesday until the end of the year.  Any questions?  See Brandon Douge.
            6. On Wednesday, March 17th at 5:30pm, Right to Life of NE Indiana will show the film "Inwood Drive" on St. Francis' campus.  See flyers posted if you have any questions.
            7. Saints for All will meet after school on Wednesday in Room 209.
            8. Science Academic Team will meet today after school at 3:15 in Room 112.
            9. Cheerleading tryouts begin next week. If you’re interested in trying out please plan to attend the Parent/Candidate Pre-Tryout Meeting this Thursday, March 18th • 6:30-7:30pm in the Cafeteria

              Tryout Clinics will be next Mon-Wed, March 22-24@3:30-5:30pm in the SAC gym
              Cheer Tryouts
              Thursday, March 25th @ 3:30-6:00pm in the SAC gym
            10. There is a $1 dress down day tomorrow for the student sponsored Saints Alive! live auction item.

              Tuesday, March 9

              Art Club will be meeting tomorrow, March 10th in Mrs. Scheribel's room, 165 after school.    Please pick up your glazed ceramic pieces if you have not done so yet.

              Attention all young men interested in trying out for golf this Spring. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 9 in Mr. Conroy's classroom, Room 213.

              SEA will meet on Thursday, Morning @ 7:25am. Bring your ideas for Themes for Earth Week. We will meet inn Room 112. Like always snacks will be provided.

              Monday, March 8

            1. Congrats to the Speech Team who advanced 3 students to Nationals on Saturday.  Liam Row, Brendan Nix and Kate Rashevich will compete at Nationals in June.  The following students were also named to the All District Team:  Liam Row, Marie Scudder, Kaylee Mulligan, Cassie Smith and Kate Rashevich.  Finally, Liam Row was awarded District Student of the Year.
            2. Congrats to Bowlers Jadyn Sauter and Emma Gowgiel who placed in the Top 10 @ Sectionals!  They advance to Regionals.  Way to go Lady Saints!
            3. Congratulations to The Gymnastics team.  They placed 2nd at Regionals.  Emma Doyle got 2nd all around.  They are going to State!  Congratulations Lady Saints!
            4. Congratulations to the BD Winter Drumline as they placed 1st in their class this weekend at Carroll High School!  Way to go Drumline!  They have State Prelims this Saturday at Pendleton.
            5. S.I.T.A. will meet Tuesday at 7:20am in Mr. Miles' room.  The topic is Nigeria.  All are welcome, and we hope to see you there!
            6. Attention all young men interested in trying out for golf this Spring.  There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 9 in Mr. Conroy's classroom, Room 213.
            7. SEA will meet on Thursday, Morning @ 7:25am.  Bring your ideas for Themes for Earth Week.  We will meet inn Room 112.  Like always snacks will be provided.

              Friday, March 5

            1. Science Academic Team will meet Monday, March 8th after school in Room 112 until 4:00pm.  If you cannot make it please let Mrs. Walker know.
            2. St. Mother Teresa Club will meet Tuesday, March 9th @ 7:20am in the Chapel for the the Lenten Chalk Walk.
            3. Attention all young men interested in trying out for golf this Spring.  There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 9 in Mr. Conroy's classroom, room 213.

              Monday, March 1

            1. Congratulations to BD Winter Drumline placing 1st in their class at New Palestine contest on Saturday!
            2. Congratulations to BD Radiance II earning a silver in the Cadet class and to the BD Radiance earning 4th place in the Regional A Class!
            3. Congratulations to the Speech Team who advanced 15 entries to the quarterfinals of the State Tournament.  Top scores came from Kate Rashevich, Liam Row, Brendan Nix and Sarah Cisz.
            4. Congratulations to the BD Gymnastics as the got 2nd place at Sectionals!
            5. Rugby will have practice Tuesday on the field from 5;30 - 7pm.  We are still welcoming new players.  If interested please come to the practice or contact Joe or John Michael Fabini for information.
            6. Saints for All will meet after school on Wednesday in room 209.
            7. There will be a Keys Club meeting on Monday, March 8th @ 7:20am in the cafeteria.
            8. Lacrosse will be practicing today on the Field from 5:00pm until it is dark.  Remember to bring your own water bottles, masks and gear if you have it.  Any questions, see Mrs. Walker who can pass them along!
            9. Dress Down Day tomorrow - Tuesday - sponsored by NHS.  Please refer to the Handbook for appropriate attire.

              Friday, February 26

            1. Congratulations to the Lady Saints Bowling Team as they advance to Regionals on March 13th.  The team placed 2nd in Sectionals losing by only 6 pins.  Good Luck at Regionals Ladies!
            2. March 5 is a regular school day. It was scheduled off due to Saints Alive! but since the date for that event has changed we WILL now have school on March 5th.
            3. Lacrosse practice will bein on Friday in the Main Gym from 5:00 - 7:00pm.  If you are new to the sport and are interested in playing please plan on being there with your water bottle.  There will be extra equipment for use.
            4. Driver's Education registration is now open. Please see Mrs. Pierson in the Main Office to pick up the registration forms.
            5. Tuesday, March 2nd there will be a 1 hour delay.  Classes will begin at 8:55am.  Plan accordingly and please arrive on time.

              Thursday, February 25

            1. Lady Saints in Gymnastics won the meet against Wayne and Southside last night.  They are now SAC Champions!  Woohoo ~ Way to go Lady Saints!
            2. March 5 is a regular school day.  It was scheduled off due to Saints Alive! but since the date for that event has changed we WILL now have school on March 5th.
            3. Driver's Education registration is now open. Please see Mrs. Pierson in the Main Office to pick up the registration form.

              Wednesday, February 24

            1. This is the last call for those who earned the BD patch or chevron to pick it up from the Main Office. if you do not pick up your patch we will assume that you are forfeiting it.
            2. Saints for Life will meet to pray the Rosary in the Chapel on Thursday at 7:20am.
            3. Be a Team Player! Join ACADEMIC Team! English, Math, Social Studies & Fine Arts teams are looking for members. This year’s theme is: The American Woman: A Generation of Progress
            4. There will be an academic team call meeting on TOMORROW at 7:30am OR at 3:10pm in Mrs. Longs classroom room 233.All are welcome, stop by morning or afternoon to sign up!
            5. Study Tables schedule has changed. It will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (not Tuesday and Thursday as before) beginning Monday, February 15 when we return to Mode
            6. Driver's Education registration is now open. Please see Mrs. Pierson in the Main Office to pick up the registration form.
            7. SEA will be meeting Thursday morning at at 7:25am in Room 112. It is never too late to see what it is all about. Snacks will be provided.
            8. SEA will be collecting recycling today and Wednesday after school. Please meet in Room 112 @ 3:10pm. This is a great way to start collecting service hours for next year!
            9. Saints For All will meet after school on Wednesday in Room 209.
            10. Now that we are in Mode 1, all students are expected to be present in the building every day, unless approved for Mode 3. Students may NOT choose to log in remotely for class in place of in-person attendance. Teachers who do not have Mode 3 or Covid list students are not expected to hold class remotely. If students are not here in person, and not on the list, then it is considered an absence.

              Tuesday, February 23

            1. Congratulations to Eli Hilger on wrestling last Friday night at the Wrestling State Finals.  Even though he did not prevail, he represented BDHS with Class!  Eli had a great Senior season finishing with a 33-4 record!  He won SAC, Sectional and Regional Championships.  Way to go Eli!!!
            2. Wrestlers, there is a meeting after school tomorrow, Wednesday, February 24 in the main gym.  Please attend.  We need uniforms from many of you - please bring them!  The meeting should last about 20 minutes.
            3. Congratulations to the Gymnastics team.  Yesterday they won the meet against Northrop - both JV and Varsity!  Way to go Lady Saints!
            4. This is the last call for those who earned the BD patch or chevron to pick it up from the Main Office.  if you do not pick up your patch we will assume that you are forfeiting it.
            5. Saints for Life will meet to pray the Rosary in the Chapel on Thursday at 7:20am. 
            6. Thank you to everyone who sold and turned in Saints Alive! Blue & Gold raffle tickets for this weeks contest!  So far you have sold over $18,000 and the Freshmen are in the lead with 427 tickets sold.  The highest seller is Freshman, Mary Beth Roussel, with 182 tickets sold!  Mary Beth won a prize and claimed it from the Main Office.  Congratulations!  Erynn Burns won a $25 Visa gift card as her name was randomly picked from all those names that sold tickets from this last contest - congrats Erynn!  The next contest will run from March 10-15.  Thanks for all you've done so far - keep selling!
            7. Be a Team Player! Join ACADEMIC Team! English, Math, Social Studies & Fine Arts teams are looking for members. This year’s theme is: The American Woman: A Generation of Progress
            8. There will be an academic team call meeting on TOMORROW at 7:30am OR at 3:10pm in Mrs. Longs classroom room 233.All are welcome, stop by morning or afternoon to sign up!
            9. Study Tables schedule has changed. It will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (not Tuesday and Thursday as before) beginning Monday, February 15 when we return to Mode
            10. Driver's Education registration is now open. Please see Mrs. Pierson in the Main Office to pick up the registration form.
            11. SEA will be meeting Thursday morning at at 7:25am in Room 112. It is never too late to see what it is all about. Snacks will be provided.
            12. SEA will be collecting recycling today and Wednesday after school.  Please meet in Room 112 @ 3:10pm.  This is a great way to start collecting service hours for next year!
            13. Saints For All will meet after school on Wednesday in Room 209.
            14. Table Tennis will meet in the SAC lobby after school today and will continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays until the end of the season in March.
            15. Now that we are in Mode 1, all students are expected to be present in the building every day, unless approved for Mode 3.  Students may NOT choose to log in remotely for class in place of in-person attendance.  Teachers who do not have Mode 3 or Covid list students are not expected to hold class remotely.  If students are not here in person, and not on the list, then it is considered an absence.
            16. The Career Center at Anthis.  
              • This is a final reminder to any sophomore or junior student interested in applying to the Career Center at Anthis for next year.
              • Applications should be turned in to Mrs. Bennett by March 1st.
              • If you are interested in applying but have NOT toured, please call 467-1040 or 467-1008 to set up a tour time.
            17. Questions??? See Mrs. Bennett in Guidance

              Monday, February 22

            1. Kudos to the Speech Team who placed 5th out of 44 teams this weekend.  Top scores came from Hunter Kaminskas, Caleb Christensen and Kate Rashevich.
            2. BD Gymnastics won over Carroll High School last week.  Junior Varsity's score was 97.5 and Varsity was 109.4. Way to go Saints!
            3. Congratulations to the Boys Swim Team on their 6th place team finish at Sectionals!  Noah Maskal came in 5th for 200 Free and 3rd for 500 Free.  Patrick Herald came in 9th for 100 Fly.  Robby Bergeron came in 9th for 200 Free.  Nick Eddy came in 7th in 200 IM and 8th in 100 Breast Stroke.  Way to go Boys!
            4. Girls Swim and Dive SAC Championship picture will be taken tomorrow after school.  Please wear BD team suit and meet in Mrs. Weadock's room.
            5. S.I.T.A. will meet Tuesday morning at 7:20am in Mr. Miles' room.  Everyone is welcome, including new members or those in gold group who could not come previously.  Tomorrow's topic is North Korea.
            6. Saints for All will meet after school on Wednesday in Room 209.
            7. Attention Seniors:  Thank you to all those who have send in their new quotes.  For those who haven't already done so, please submit your new quotes by 2/25 or you will receive an assigned quote.
            8. Be a Team Player! Join ACADEMIC Team! English, Math, Social Studies & Fine Arts teams are looking for members. This year’s theme is: The American Woman: A Generation of Progress
              There will be an academic team call meeting on TOMORROW at 7:30am OR at 3:10pm in Mrs. Longs classroom room 233.All are welcome, stop by morning or afternoon to sign up!
            9. Study Tables schedule has changed. It will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (not Tuesday and Thursday as before) beginning Monday, February 15 when we return to Mode 1.
            10. Driver's Education registration is now open.  Please see Mrs. Pierson in the Main Office to pick up the registration form.
            11. The Career Center at Anthis
            • This is a final reminder to any sophomore or junior student interested in applying to the Career Center at Anthis for next year.
            • Applications should be turned in to Mrs. Bennett by March 1st.
            • If you are interested in applying but have NOT toured, please call 467-1040 or 467-1008 to set up a tour time. 
            • Questions???  See Mrs. Bennett in Guidance.

              Wednesday, February 10

            1. Girls Tennis call out/parent meeting will be on February 16 @ 6:30 pm. If you have any questions see Leah Lashure. 
            2. Anna Yaggy and Katie Palmer will be competing in Swim and Dive in State on Saturday!  Anna placed 4th and Katie placed 7th at Regionals last night!  Way to go girls!
            3. Saints for All will meet after school in Room 209 on Wednesday and Thursday.
            4. Study Tables schedule has changed. It will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (not Tuesday and Thursday as before) beginning Monday, February 15 when we return to Mode 1.
            5. Lunch for Wednesday/Thursday: Chicken Strips.
            6. Take Home lunches for Weds/Thurs: Stuffed crust pizza and Taco stix and lots of fruits and veggies.

              Tuesday, February 9

            1. Return to Mode 1 on Monday, February 15th.  No school on Friday, February 12 to assist Staff in preparing for the return of all students.  This will not be a day of instruction/e-learning.
            2. Rugby practice will be 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm on Wednesday and Thursday at the Plex North. Wear a mask and bring your own water and a mouthpiece. New players are welcome! Questions email dwengerrugby@gmail.com.
            3. Congratulations to the Girls Swim and Dive Team on an awesome Sectional performance! Anna Yaggy and Katie Palmer advanced to Regionals and will dive TODAY! Good luck ladies!
            4. Service Cards are due this Wednesday and Thursday. Please hand them into either Mrs. Yorke or your theology teacher. Make sure your name is written clearly on the front of the form.
            5. The Saint Mother Teresa Club will meet on Tuesday, February 16 @ 7:20 am in Pastoral Ministry.
            6. Attention all students that have a Loaner computer: All loaner computers must be returned ASAP and your own computer needs to be fixed. We are running extremely low on loaners, and they are needed for testing this week. Please come and see Mrs. Sturm in Technology if you have extenuating circumstances.
            7. No School on Friday, February 19 due to a Staff Retreat.
            8. Keys Club is sponsoring a $1 Dress Down Day on February 10 and 11 to raise money for Catholic Charities. This is a Valentine's Day themed dress down and all the money raised will be used to purchase Easter basket items for clients. Thank you for your support!
            9. Lunch for Monday/Tuesday: Spicy or regular chicken or fish sandwich.
            10. Take Home lunch for Monday/Tuesday: Chicken Wrap.
            11. Lunch for Wednesday/Thursday: Chicken Strips.
            12. Take Home lunches for Weds/Thurs: Stuffed crust pizza and Taco stix and lots of fruits and veggies.

              Monday, February 8

            1. Service Cards are due this Wednesday and Thursday. Please hand them into either Mrs. Yorke or your theology teacher.  Make sure your name is written clearly on the front of the form.
            2. On Saturday the Speech Team hosted 28 schools for the 3rd annual Del Nelson Memorial Tournament. The Saints took 3rd overall with stop scores coming from Caleb Christensen, Claire Cartwright, Marie Scudder, and Kate Rashevich.  Way to go Saints!
            3. Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on it's 5th place finish at the Carroll Regional on Saturday. The Saints placed 5 wrestlers into this week's Semi-State at the Coliseum on Saturday: Elliott Cornewell, Michael Tippmann, Eli Hilger (Regional Champion @ 160lbs!), Shane Delaney and Austin Farris. Practice will be at 3:30 pm today!
            4. The Saint Mother Teresa Club will meet on Tuesday, February 16 @ 7:20 am in Pastoral Ministry.
            5. Attention all students that have a Loaner computer:  All loaner computers must be returned ASAP and your own computer needs to be fixed.  We are running extremely low on loaners, and they are needed for testing this week. Please come and see Mrs. Sturm in Technology if you have extenuating circumstances.
            6. No School on Friday, February 19 due to a Staff Retreat.
            7. Keys Club is sponsoring a $1 Dress Down Day on February 10 and 11 to raise money for Catholic Charities. This is a Valentine's Day themed dress down and all the money raised will be used to purchase Easter basket items for clients. Thank you for your support!
            8. Lunch for Monday/Tuesday:  Spicy or regular chicken or fish sandwich.
            9. Take Home lunch for Monday/Tuesday: Chicken Wrap.
            10. Lunch for Wednesday/Thursday: Chicken Strips.
            11. Take Home lunches for Weds/Thurs: Stuffed crust pizza and Taco stix and lots of fruits and veggies.

              Thursday, February 4

            1. Wednesday, February 10, WILL NOT be a 1-hour delay for Bishop Dwenger High School. Classes will begin at 7:55 am. Please plan accordingly.

            2. The Concession Stand will be open after school from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm and will be selling popcorn, candy, drinks and hot panini sandwiches. Come support the Music Boosters!

            3. NHS will be having a meeting on Friday @ 12:45 pm on Microsoft Teams.

            4. Keys Club will meet next Monday and Tuesday @ 7:25 am in the cafeteria.

            5. Keys Club is sponsoring a $1 Dress Down Day on February 10 and 11 to raise money for Catholic Charities. This is a Valentine's Day themed dress down and all the money raised will be used to purchase Easter basket items for clients. Thank you for your support!

            6. Girls Tennis conditioning begins today and will be every Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm in the cardio room. If you have any questions, please ask Leah Lashure.

            7. Tardiness/Attendance Concerns for Virtual Students: When you are home - Virtual - be sure you log into the classes ON TIME. Many students are serving Friday school and detentions because they are not being responsible when home.

            8. We have seen a very relaxed and indifferent attitude among students regarding dress code and wearing masks properly. Tuck in your shirts. Wear appropriate and approved shoes. Men should be cleanshaven - everyday. Bring your mask to school every day - it is part of the uniform - we do not have a limitless supply of masks and have many repeat offenders who don't bring their mask to school. Referrals will be issued for those not following the rules set forth in the handbook.

            9. Lunch Monday/Tuesday:  Spicy or Regular Chicken or Fish Sandwich.

            10. Take Home Lunch Monday/Tuesday:  Chicken Wrap

            11. Lunch Wednesday and Thursday: Chicken Strips.

            12. Take Home Lunch Weds/Thurs: Stuffed Crust Pizza and Taco Stix and lots of fruits and veggies!

                Tuesday, February 2

              1. Tomorrow ~ Wednesday, February 3 ~ is a scheduled 1-hour delay for staff meetings. School begins at 8:55 am - plan accordingly.
              2. ISTEP testing for Gold Group you must report at normal time for school - no later than 7:55 am.
              3. KUDOS to Liam Row who was awarded the Bill Hicks Award recognizing the top Congressional Debater in Indiana! Way to go Liam!
              4. Attn Speech Team: Tonight is the deadline to sign up for our home meet.
              5. SEA members: There will be recycling today after school. Mr. Noll is assisting today so please check in down by his room. Meet there by 3:10 pm at the latest.
              6. Lunch Tuesday: Nacho Grande or Chili Soup.
              7. Take Home Lunch: Rotini Pasta
              8. Lunch Wednesday and Thursday: Penne Alfredo.
              9. Take Home Lunch Weds/Thurs: Pizza breadstick and Meatball sub and lots of fruits and veggies!

                Monday, January 25

              1. Congratulations to the BD Wrestling team on Saturday as they captured the SAC Championship at Snider. The Saints won with 258 points to 2nd place Snider with 242. The team had 3 individual champions on the day: Elliott Cornewell 113 lbs, Michael Tippmann 152 lbs and Eli Hilger 160 lbs. Saints also in the finals, but finished runner-up: Thomas Szcepanski 126 lbs and Simon Garrett 145 lbs. All 14 wrestlers scored points for the team and placed. Reminder practive today, 3:30 - 5:30 pm.
              2. Kudos to the Speech team who qualified 5 finalists at a highly competitive PENN Tournament. Finalists include: Eric Dumford, Brendan Nix, Claire Cartwright, Marie Scudder and Kate Rashevich.
              3. Fr. Jay will be here to offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
              4. Fr. Jay will be here to offer Holy Mass after school today as well.
              5. The men's rugby club is having a call-out meeting on Tuesday, January 26 after school in the cafeteria. If you cannot attend please email Coach DiFilippo at dwengerrugby@gmail.com.
              6. Wednesday, January 27 is a 1-hour day. School will begin at 8:55a.m. Plan accordingly.
              7. Saints For All will meet after school in Room 209 on Wednesday and Thursday. We will be discussing the TED TALK "The Danger of a Single Story."
              8. All young men interested in BASEBALL - Please meet Coach Garrett in the weight room @ 3:15pm on Wednesday and Thursday. Workouts begin next week.
              9. Just a friendly reminder that Door #5 closes and locks at 7:52am...If you arrive after that time you must walk to Door #1 the Main Entrance...plan accordingly and get here a tad earlier.

              Wednesday, February 3

            1. Beginning today the Concession Stand will be open after school from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm and will be selling popcorn, candy, drinks and hot panini sandwiches.  Come support the Music Boosters!
            2. Rosary for Life tomorrow in the chapel at 7:20 am.
            3. Dress Down Day for Blue group tomorrow. Dress appropriately and follow the guidelines in the handbook.
            4. NHS will be having a meeting on Friday @ 12:45 pm on Microsoft Teams.
            5. Keys Club will meet next Monday and Tuesday @ 7:25 am in the cafeteria.
            6. Keys Club is sponsoring a $1 Dress Down Day on February 10 and 11 to raise money for Catholic Charities. This is a Valentine's Day themed dress down and all the money raised will be used to purchase Easter basket items for clients.  Thank you for your support!
            7. Girls Tennis conditioning begins today and will be every Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm in the cardio room.  If you have any questions, please ask Leah Lashure.
            8. Tardiness/Attendance Concerns for Virtual Students:  When you are home - Virtual - be sure you log into the classes ON TIME. Many students are serving Friday school and detentions because they are not being responsible when home.
            9. We have seen a very relaxed and indifferent attitude among students regarding dress code and wearing masks properly.  Tuck in your shirts. Wear appropriate and approved shoes.  Men should be cleanshaven - everyday. Bring your mask to school every day  - it is part of the uniform - we do not have a limitless supply of masks and have many repeat offenders who don't bring their mask to school. Referrals will be issued for those not following the rules set forth in the handbook. 
            10. Lunch Wednesday and Thursday: Penne Alfredo.
            11. Take Home Lunch Weds/Thurs: Pizza breadstick and Meatball sub and lots of fruits and veggies!

              Tuesday, February 2

            1. Tomorrow ~ Wednesday, February 3 ~ is a scheduled 1-hour delay for staff meetings. School begins at 8:55 am - plan accordingly.
            2. ISTEP testing for Gold Group you must report at normal time for school - no later than 7:55 am.
            3. KUDOS to Liam Row who was awarded the Bill Hicks Award recognizing the top Congressional Debater in Indiana! Way to go Liam!
            4. Attn Speech Team: Tonight is the deadline to sign up for our home meet.
            5. SEA members: There will be recycling today after school. Mr. Noll is assisting today so please check in down by his room. Meet there by 3:10 pm at the latest.
            6. Lunch Tuesday: Nacho Grande or Chili Soup.
            7. Take Home Lunch: Rotini Pasta
            8. Lunch Wednesday and Thursday: Penne Alfredo.
            9. Take Home Lunch Weds/Thurs: Pizza breadstick and Meatball sub and lots of fruits and veggies!

              Monday, January 25

            1. Congratulations to the BD Wrestling team on Saturday as they captured the SAC Championship at Snider.  The Saints won with 258 points to 2nd place Snider with 242.  The team had 3 individual champions on the day:  Elliott Cornewell 113 lbs, Michael Tippmann 152 lbs and Eli Hilger 160 lbs.  Saints also in the finals, but finished runner-up:  Thomas Szcepanski 126 lbs and Simon Garrett 145 lbs.  All 14 wrestlers scored points for the team and placed.  Reminder practive today, 3:30 - 5:30 pm.
            2. Kudos to the Speech team who qualified 5 finalists at a highly competitive PENN Tournament.  Finalists include:  Eric Dumford, Brendan Nix, Claire Cartwright, Marie Scudder and Kate Rashevich.
            3. Fr. Jay will be here to offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
            4. Fr. Jay will be here to offer Holy Mass after school today as well.
            5. The men's rugby club is having a call-out meeting on Tuesday, January 26 after school in the cafeteria. If you cannot attend please email Coach DiFilippo at dwengerrugby@gmail.com.
            6. Wednesday, January 27 is a 1-hour day. School will begin at 8:55a.m. Plan accordingly.
            7. Saints For All will meet after school in Room 209 on Wednesday and Thursday.  We will be discussing the TED TALK "The Danger of a Single Story."
            8. All young men interested in BASEBALL - Please meet Coach Garrett in the weight room @ 3:15pm on Wednesday and Thursday.   Workouts begin next week.
            9. Just a friendly reminder that Door #5 closes and locks at 7:52am...If you arrive after that time you must walk to Door #1 the Main Entrance...plan accordingly and get here a tad earlier.

              Friday, January 22

            1. The men's rugby club is having a call-out meeting on Tuesday, January 26 after school in the cafeteria. If you cannot attend please email Coach DiFilippo at dwengerrugby@gmail.com.
            2. Wednesday, January 27 is a 1-hour day.  School will begin at 8:55a.m.  Plan accordingly.

              Tuesday, January 19

            1. Saints for Life rosary  will be in the Chapel Wednesday and Thursday at 7:20am.
            2. Thank you to all those that purchased Pro-Life t-shirts this fall.  We were able to send a check for $406 to Women's Care Center.  They were most appreciative!  Good job Saints for supporting LIFE!
            3. S.E.A. will be collecting recycling after school today and tomorrow at 3:10pm in Mrs. Walker's room 112.  You do not need to be a member of S.E.A. to help...just willingness to earn service hours and help our community is needed.

              Monday January 18

            1. Congratulations to the Girl's Swim and Dive Team on their SAC Championship!   All SAC:  Marybeth Roussel, Hannah Weadock, Maggie Peters, Camryn Wright, Kennedy Court and Anna Yaggy.  Dive Champion:  Anna Yaggy.  100 Breast Stroke Champion:  Hannah Weadock.  200 Medley Relay Champions:  Marybeth Roussel, Hannah Weadock, Maggie Peters and Camryn Wright.  400 Free Relay Champions:  Camryn Wright, Kennedy Court, Maggie Peters and Hannah Weadock.
            2. Congratulations to the Boys Swim Team on their 4th place finish in the SAC.  ALL SAC:  Noah Maskal, Nick Eddy.  200 Free Champion:  Noah Maskal.  500 Free Champion:  Noah Maskal.
            3. Kudos to the Speech Team who took 3rd place in the Virtual Competion @ Plymouth this weekend.  Top scores came from Marie Scudder, Hunter Kaminskis and Brendan Nix.  Additionally, after placing top 30 at Nationals in 2020, this weekend Liam Row qualified for Nationals for a 3rd straight time in Congression Debate.  Way to go Saints!

              Thursday, January 14

            1. Saints for All would like to invite all students and staff to join us on Wednesday and Thursday after school in Room 209 to discuss Diversity & Inclusion. All opinions and perspectives are welcome.
            2. Service Hours: Ten Flex service hours are due on February 10th and 11th. Please give completed service cards to your 2nd semester Theology teacher or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
            3. FBLA Virtual Meeting will be on Friday at 12:50pm. Mrs. Weadock will send out and post the Zoom link on Canvas.
            4. There will be Table Tennis after school today.
            5. S.I.T.A. will have a meeting next Tuesday, the 19th at 7:20am in Mr. Miles' room. We will be discussing the persecutions in the Philippines. Everyone is welcome to join us.
            6. Lunch Monday & Tuesday: Cheeseburger, kettle beans, baby carrots, pineapple tidbits and apple. A-La-Carte is Chicken Parm Sub.
            7. Take Home for Monday/Tuesday: Quesadilla, refried beans, baby carrots, mixed fruit and a juice box.
            8. Lunch Wednesday & Thursday: French bread pizza, salad, baby carrots, mixed berries and apple.
            9. Take Home for Wednesday/Thursday: Chicken Wrap and Flat Bread Pizza and various fruits and veggies.

              Tuesday, January 12

            1. Reminder: 1-Hour delay on Wednesday, January 13th for Department Meetings.
            2. Recycling will take place today and Wednesday after school @ 3:10pm.Meet in Room 112 and remember, this does count as service hours.  You do NOT need to be a member of S.E.A. to help out.
            3. Rosary for Life this week: Wednesday at 8:20am and Thursday at 7:20am in the Chapel.
            4. Saints for All would like to invite all students and staff to join us on Wednesday and Thursday after school in Room 209 to discuss Diversity & Inclusion. All opinions and perspectives are welcome.
            5. Service Hours: Ten Flex service hours are due on February 10th and 11th. Please give completed service cards to your 2nd semester Theology teacher or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
            6. Lunch Wednesday/Thursday: Taco salad, black beans, baby carrots, diced pears, apple and a cookie.
            7. Take Home Lunch Wednesday/Thursday: Boneless chicken wings and mini corn dogs, plus fruits, veggies, dinner roll and juice box.

              Monday, January 11

            1. Kudos to the Speech Team who this weekend faced over 50 teams from across the nation.  The Saints secured 10th place with top scores from Liam Row, Claire Cartwright and Brendan Nix.  Speech Team members,  please sign up for next weekends meet by Tuesday Evening.
            2. Rosary for Life this week:  Wednesday at 8:20am and Thursday at 7:20am in the Chapel.
            3. Saints for All would like to invite all students and staff to join us on Wednesday and Thursday after school in Room 209 to discuss Diversity & Inclusion.  All opinions and perspectives are welcome.
            4. Service Hours: Ten Flex service hours are due on February 10th and 11th. Please give completed service cards to your 2nd semester Theology teacher or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
            5. Reminder: 1-Hour delay on Wednesday, January 13th for Department Meetings.
            6. Lunch Monday/Tuesday: Chicken Parm or Mac & cheese, salad, baby carrots, diced peaches, apple and dinner roll.
            7. Take Home Lunch Monday/Tuesday: Pizza, salad, carrots, applesauce cup and cherries.
            8. Lunch Wednesday/Thursday: Taco salad, black beans, baby carrots, diced pears, apple and a cookie.
            9. Take Home Lunch Wednesday/Thursday: Boneless chicken wings and mini corn dogs, plus fruits