Daily Announcements

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

      Friday, January 24

      • No mass today after school—our chaplains are on the March for Life.
      • The Testing Center will be closed after school on today.
      • Free coffee!  Stop by for a free cup of fair trade coffee before school in the Cafeteria every morning next week.
      • Due to the severity of this year’s influenza strain, the Allen County Department of Health has restricted all visitors under the age of 18 to area nursing homes. Therefore, if you started your service hours at a nursing home, two sites will be accepted.
      • NHS meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria. Please bring your activity card with you.
      • Volunteers are needed for all school mass on Tuesday, January 28. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Show choir needs volunteers to help tear down 11:45 p.m. in the Main Gym. This normally takes 2-3 hours and earns double flex service hours. Please contact Mrs. Maloney if you are able to help or have questions.
      • Only five weeks until required service hours are due. Please make your appointment this week if you haven’t begun. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry. Sophomores and freshmen, remember all ten hours are from one site on the list.
      • Seniors:  It’s time to start getting your pictures and short videos sent to 2020Seniors@bishopdwenger.com for the Senior video. Deadline for all pictures is April 1. Please contact Mrs. Sturm in the Technology Department.
      • Saints Alive! signups are live. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Thursday, January 23

      • The Testing Center will be closed after school on Friday.
      • Due to the severity of this year’s influenza strain, the Allen County Department of Health has restricted all visitors under the age of 18 to area nursing homes. Therefore, if you started your service hours at a nursing home, two sites will be accepted.
      • NHS meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria. Please bring your activity card with you.
      • Volunteers are needed for all school mass on Tuesday, January 28. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Show choir needs volunteers to help tear down 11:45 p.m. in the Main Gym.This normally takes 2-3 hours and earns double flex service hours. Please contact Mrs. Maloney if you are able to help or have questions.
      • Only five weeks until required service hours are due. Please make your appointment this week if you haven’t begun. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry. Sophomores and freshmen, remember all ten hours are from one site on the list.
      • Seniors:  It’s time to start getting your pictures and short videos sent to 2020Seniors@bishopdwenger.com for the Senior video. Deadline for all pictures is April 1. Please contact Mrs. Sturm in the Technology Department.
      • Saints Alive! signups are live. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Wednesday, January 22

      • Due to the severity of this year’s influenza strain, the Allen County Department of Health has restricted all visitors under the age of 18 to area nursing homes. Therefore, if you started your service hours at a nursing home, two sites will be accepted.
      • There will be a Spanish Conversation Dinner tonight at 6:30 at the Salsa Grille on Maplecrest by the YMCA. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:25 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Art Club meets Thursday at 7 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Volunteers are needed for all school mass on Tuesday, January 28. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Show choir needs volunteers to help tear down 11:45 p.m. in the Main Gym. This normally takes 2-3 hours and earns double flex service hours. Please contact Mrs. Maloney if you are able to help or have questions.
      • Only five weeks until required service hours are due. Please make your appointment this week if you haven’t begun. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry. Sophomores and freshmen, remember all ten hours are from one site on the list.
      • Seniors:  It’s time to start getting your pictures and short videos sent to 2020Seniors@bishopdwenger.com for the Senior video. Deadline for all pictures is April 1. Please contact Mrs. Sturm in the Technology Department.
      • Saints Alive! signups are live. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Tuesday, January 21

      • Congratulations to Maggie Peters, Kennedy Court, Anna Yaggy, Noah Maskal, and Robby Bergeron for earning All SAC honors for Swim and Dive!
      • Please come to support the “RAT Pack” for Senior night tonight. We will honor our senior wrestlers, Michael Boerger, Braeden Hensler, and Sam Cornewell, and their parents at 6:30 p.m. as we host Bishop Luers.
      • There will be a Spanish Conversation Dinner Wednesday at 6:30 at the Salsa Grille on Maplecrest by the YMCA. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:25 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Art Club meets Thursday at 7 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Volunteers are needed for all school mass on Tuesday, January 28. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Show choir needs volunteers to help tear down 11:45 p.m. on Saturday in the Main Gym. This normally takes 2-3 hours and earns double flex service hours. Please contact Mrs. Maloney if you are able to help or have questions.
      • Only five weeks until required service hours are due. Please make your appointment this week if you haven’t begun. Need help? See Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry. Sophomores and freshmen, remember all ten hours are from one site on the list.
      • Seniors:  It’s time to start getting your pictures and short videos sent to 2020Seniors@bishopdwenger.com for the Senior video. Deadline for all pictures is April 1. Please contact Mrs. Sturm in the Technology Department.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Monday, January 20

      • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
      • No bus to the Euell Wilson Center today.
      • NHS will have tutors available today in the Cafeteria during all three lunch periods. Look for the sign on the wall for the designated area. If you need help with an assignment, see one of the NHS tutors.
      • SADD meets Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
      • St. Mother Teresa Club meets Tuesday at 7:25 a.m. in Pastoral Ministry.
      • Junior and Senior men: Saints Alive! needs valets – people to park cars on Saturday, March 7. Bring your valid driver’s license to Mrs. Dillon in Guidance to sign up.
      • There will be a Spanish Conversation Dinner Wednesday at 6:30 at the Salsa Grille on Maplecrest by the YMCA. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room.
      • The Youth Diocesan director is looking for about five helpers to organize supplies for the March for Life. If you’re going to D.C. and would like to help Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. here at Bishop Dwenger in room 150, see Mrs. Yorke.
      • Seniors: It’s time to start getting your pictures and short videos sent to 2020Seniors@bishopdwenger.com for the Senior video. Deadline for all pictures is April 1. Please contact Mrs. Sturm in the Technology Department.

      Friday, January 17

      • NHS will have tutors available Monday in the Cafeteria during all three lunch periods. Look for the sign on the wall for the designated area. If you need help with an assignment, see one of the NHS tutors.
      • Junior and Senior men:  Saints Alive! needs valets – people to park cars on Saturday, March 7. Bring your valid driver’s license to Mrs. Dillon in Guidance to sign up.
      • The Youth Diocesan director is looking for about five helpers to organize supplies for the March for Life. If you’re going to D.C.and would like to help Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. here at Bishop Dwenger in room 150, see Mrs. Yorke.
      • Seniors:  It’s time to start getting your pictures and short videos sent to 2020Seniors@bishopdwenger.com for the Senior video. Deadline for all pictures is April 1. Please contact Mrs. Sturm in the Technology Department.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Thursday, January 16

      • Table Tennis is cancelled for today.
      • Rosary makers club meets today. Come during your lunch period to Pastoral Ministry.
      • Math Academic Team meets today after school in room 204.
      • There will be a healing service in the chapel today in the chapel immediately after school. All are invited. Come expecting both physical and spiritual healing.
      • The Youth Diocesan director is looking for about five helpers to organize supplies for the March for Life. If you’re going to D.C. and would like to help Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. here at Bishop Dwenger in room 150, see Mrs. Yorke.
      • Seniors:  It’s time to start getting your pictures and short videos sent to 2020Seniors@bishopdwenger.com for the Senior video. Deadline for all pictures is April 1. Please contact Mrs. Sturm in the Technology Department.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Wednesday, January 15

      • Fine Arts Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:20 am in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165. Snacks will be provided.
      • Speech Team:The deadline to sign up for the Penn meet is 3:30 p.m. today.
      • Science Academic Team meets at 7:20 am in the physics classroom, room 225. We will finish energy quanta and start on particle identity. Mr. Ehinger is bringing snacks. All are welcome.
      • Rosary makers club meets Thursday.Come during your lunch period to Pastoral Ministry.
      • Please join us for a Rosary for Life in the Chapel on Thursday at 7:20 am.
      • Math Academic Team meets Thursday after school in room 204.
      • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 am in room 115. SLC registration money is due Friday.
      • S.E.A. has a mandatory meeting at 7:25 am Thursday in room 112. If you are unable to attend, you must check in with Mrs. Walker some time on Thursday.
      • There will be a healing service in the chapel on Thursday in the chapel immediately after school. All are invited. Come expecting both physical and spiritual healing.
      • Interested in valet parking for Saints Alive? See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Monday, January 13

      • Fr. Jay will be here to offer the sacrament of reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
      • Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on its first place finish at the Bill Kerbel Invitational over the weekend. Elliott Cornewell and Eli Hilger won their matches.
      • The Speech Team was in action this weekend. The Saints toppled Sectional competition on their way to another top finish. Top scores came from senior Max Simcox and freshmen Brendan Nix and Hunter Felton-Kaminskas.
      • Of the 74 girls bowling in the individual sectionals on Saturday, three Lady Saints scored in the top 9 to advance to Regionals. Congratulations to Vanessa Federspiel, Samantha Flores, and Jadyn Sauter.
      • Senior Swimmers/Divers, please turn in your Senior Night information to Mrs. Weadock today before practice.
      • Senior Athletes:If you plan to participate in the February signing event, please see Mr. Bennett for an information form by the end of the day.
      • Snowcoming shirts are available to order for a limited time! Please print the form, and have completed forms and money turned into Miss Wolf in Room 123 by today. The shirts this year are "The Saintuary" shirt and are a dry fit, long sleeve shirt. Underclassmen shirts are navy, and Seniors' shirts are white with the graduation year on the back. If you haven't gotten a Saintuary shirt yet, or want to get your Senior Saintuary shirt... now's the time!
      • English Academic Team meets Tuesday at 7:20 am in room 107. Please stop by Mrs. Bessesen’s room to get a hall pass before our next meeting.
      • There will be a mandatory meeting for Girls’ Rugby on Wednesday at 7:30 am in the Cafeteria. If you have questions, please see Allie Trimbur, Isabelle Cava, or Anna Stineburg.
      • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 am in room 115. SLC registration money is due Friday.
      • S.E.A. had a mandatory meeting at 7:25 am Thursday in room 112. If you are unable to attend, you must check in with Mrs. Walker some time on Thursday.
      • There will be a healing service in the chapel on Thursday in the chapel immediately after school. All are invited. Come expecting both physical and spiritual healing.
      • Interested in valet parking for Saints Alive? See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school.Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Friday, January 10

      • Today is the last day to contribute to CRS for the Valentine’s dress down day. Please remember to give in the mass collection or in your Theology class. Thank you.
      • Senior Athletes:  If you plan to participate in the February signing event, please see Mr. Bennett for an information form by the end of the day.
      • Snowcoming shirts are available to order for a limited time! Please print the form, and have completed forms and money turned into Miss Wolf in Room 123 by Monday, January 13. The shirts this year are "The Saintuary" shirt and are a dry fit, long sleeve shirt. Underclassmen shirts are navy, and Seniors' shirts are white with the graduation year on the back. If you haven't gotten a Saintuary shirt yet, or want to get your Senior Saintuary shirt... now's the time!
      • Keys Club is sponsoring a dress down day opportunity for Valentine’s Day. We are collecting money in all Theology classes throughout the week, and if we raise more than $750, we will have a Valentine’s theme dress down day on Thursday, February 13. Money collected will go to Catholic Relief Services.
      • The Testing Center will be closed after school today.
      • English Academic Team meets Tuesday at 7:20 am in room 107. Please stop by Mrs. Bessesen’s room to get a hall pass before our next meeting.
      • There will be a mandatory meeting for Girls’ Rugby on Wednesday at 7:30 am in the Cafeteria. If you have questions, please see Allie Trimbur, Isabelle Cava, or Anna Stineurg.
      • There will be a healing service in the chapel on Thursday, January 16 in the chapel immediately after school. All are invited. Come expecting both physical and spiritual healing.
      • Interested in valet parking for Saints Alive? See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Thursday, January 9

      • Snowcoming shirts are available to order for a limited time! Please print the form, and have completed forms and money turned into Miss Wolf in Room 123 by Monday, January 13. The shirts this year are "The Saintuary" shirt and are a dry fit, long sleeve shirt. Underclassmen shirts are navy, and Seniors' shirts are white with the graduation year on the back. If you haven't gotten a Saintuary shirt yet, or want to get your Senior Saintuary shirt... now's the time!
      • Keys Club is sponsoring a dress down day opportunity for Valentine’s Day. We are collecting money in all Theology classes throughout the week, and if we raise more than $750, we will have a Valentine’s theme dress down day on Thursday, February 13. Money collected will go to Catholic Relief Services.
      • Tickets for the Saints varsity basketball game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday are $10 and will be for sale during all lunch periods today. The cost is $15 at the Fieldhouse.
      • Rosary makers will meet in Pastoral Ministry Thursday during all lunch periods. Come with your lunch to learn rosary making.
      • There will be a short meeting after school Thursday for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall. Please meet in Coach Koehl’s room, room 110.
      • SADD meets Friday at 7:30 am in the Health room.
      • The Testing Center will be closed after school on Friday.
      • There will be a healing service in the chapel on Thursday, January 16 in the chapel immediately after school. All are invited. Come expecting both physical and spiritual healing.
      • Interested in valet parking for Saints Alive? See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Wednesday, January 8

      • Congratulations to the Varsity wrestling team on its fine performance last night. The Saints won the last match by a decision to beat Snider 36-35, bringing home the traveling J. Fred Tone “Rat Trophy”. Thanks for all who came out to watch an exciting match last night and support the “Rat Pack”.
      • Snowcoming shirts are available to order for a limited time!
        Please print the form, and have completed forms and money turned into Miss Wolf in Room 123 by Monday, January 13. The shirts this year are "The Saintuary" shirt and are a dry fit, long sleeve shirt. Underclassmen shirts are navy, and Seniors' shirts are white with the graduation year on the back. If you haven't gotten a Saintuary shirt yet, or want to get your Senior Saintuary shirt... now's the time!
      • Volunteers are needed for all school mass with the Bishop on Friday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Keys Club is sponsoring a dress down day opportunity for Valentine’s Day. We are collecting money in all Theology classes throughout the week, and if we raise more than $750, we will have a Valentine’s theme dress down day on Thursday, February 13. Money collected will go to Catholic Relief Services.
      • Tickets for the Saints varsity basketball game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday are $10 and will be for sale during all lunch periods on Thursday. The cost is $15 at the Fieldhouse.
      • Science Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:00 am in the Physics classroom, room 225. All are welcome to attend. The topic is the quantification of energy.
      • Art Club meets Thursday at 7:00 am in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:25 am in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165. Snacks will be provided.
      • Rosary makers will meet in Pastoral Ministry Thursday during all lunch periods. Come with your lunch to learn rosary making.
      • There will be a short meeting after school Thursday for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall. Please meet in Coach Koehl’s room, room 110.
      • The Testing Center will be closed after school on Friday.
      • Interested in valet parking for Saints Alive? See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Tuesday, January 7

      • Volunteers are needed for all school mass with the Bishop on Friday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Keys Club is sponsoring a dress down day opportunity for Valentine’s Day. We are collecting money in all Theology classes throughout the week, and if we raise more than $750, we will have a Valentine’s theme dress down day on Thursday, February 13. Money collected will go to Catholic Relief Services.
      • Art Club meets Thursday at 7:00 am in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:25 am in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165. Snacks will be provided.
      • Rosary makers will meet in Pastoral Ministry Thursday during all lunch periods. Come with your lunch to learn rosary making.
      • There will be a short meeting after school Thursday for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall. Please meet in Coach Koehl’s room, room 110.
      • The Testing Center will be closed after school on Friday.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Monday, January 6

      • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
      • Kudos to the Speech Team who earned 6th place out of a crowded field at Ben Davis Saturday. Top scores came from Olivia Loxton, Kate Rashevich, Nick Meyer, and Cassie Smith.The deadline for the Plymouth meet is today after school.
      • Junior Olympic qualifiers were Saturday for the Rifle Team. Frank Baumgartner auto-qualified for air rifle, while also receiving first place in the state for men’s smallbore. Katharine Beuchel auto-qualified in both air rifle and smallbore, one of the first people in the program to do so. She also got State Champion for women’s smallbore. First cuts will be coming out soon; more Dwenger athletes are expected to qualify.
      • Euell Wilson tutors leave at 3:30 pm today from the Grotto.
      • St. Mother Teresa club meets Tuesday at 7:25 am in Pastoral Ministry.
      • Volunteers are needed for all school mass with the Bishop on Friday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • There will be a short meeting after school Thursday for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall. Please meet in Coach Koehl’s room, room 110.
      • Saints Alive! signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors go live this week. Check your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. The Saints Alive! Theme this year is “The Grand Getaway”. Last year Saints Alive! Raised $605,000 for our school. Joining the over 200 student volunteers for a shift on either Thursday, March 5 or Saturday, March 7 is a great way to help your school. Your time spent working Saints Alive! counts for NHS service and also will give you flex service hours (not list hours). There are a lot of options out there, but they do fill up quickly. Sophomores or those who haven’t worked before usually start with a waiter position. No experience is needed for that. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Wednesday, December 18

      • Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Swim and Dive teams. Both teams won a tri meet versus Luers and Northside last night.
      • Volunteers needed after school today to help wrap gifts for the New Saints service project. This would count for service hours. See Mr. Svarczkopf in Pastoral Ministry.
      • End finals week with joy by coming to Mass on Friday after your last final. Please join us at 11:20 am in the Chapel.
      • S.E.A. has water bottles for sale for $15. First come, first served. See Mrs. Walker in room 112.
      • S.E.A. wants to remind everyone to recycle items from your locker if able. If you have any re-usable school supplies that you do not need for second semester, please bring them to room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room, so they can be donated.
      • Girls’ Rugby has a call out meeting on Wednesday at 12:45 pm in the Cafeteria. If you have any questions, please see Allie Trimbur. Come see what rugby is all about.
      • S.E.A. has their Christmas gathering in room 112 Wednesday after school. Please bring a snack to share. Even if you are just able to stop by for a few…please stop by.
      • We will not have Friday school on December 20. If you were assigned Friday school for the 20th, you may serve it today or on January 10.
      • Lost and Found items will be donated to the Franciscan Center Friday. Students are encouraged to search through the tubs in the Cafeteria for any articles of clothing they may be missing.
      • Please continue to bring in empty shoe boxes to Pastoral Ministry.
      • Saints Alive signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors will go live our first week back to school in January. Watch your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.
      • Saints Boys Varsity Basketball team plays at Bankers Life Field House on Saturday, January 11, 2020 for 'Lawrence Day' vs Lawrence Central. Game time:5:20 p.m. Advance ticket sales at BD on January 8th and 9th in the Athletic Director's office 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.

      Tuesday, December 17

      • Volunteers needed after school today and tomorrow to help wrap gifts for the New Saints service project. This would count for service hours. See Mr. Svarczkopf in Pastoral Ministry.
      • Three coats were left at the Christmas formal. Collect yours from the Main Office.
      • End finals week with joy by coming to Mass on Friday after your last final. Please join us at 11:20 am in the Chapel.
      • Boys’ Rugby practice today is cancelled.
      • S.E.A. wants to remind everyone to recycle items from your locker if able. If you have any re-usable school supplies that you do not need for second semester, please bring them to room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room, so they can be donated.
      • Detentions will be today after school from 3:10 pm to 3:55 pm and Wednesday before school from 7:05 am to 7:55 am.
      • Girls’ Rugby has a call out meeting on Wednesday at 12:45 pm in the Cafeteria. If you have any questions, please see Allie Trimbur. Come see what rugby is all about.
      • S.E.A. has their Christmas gathering in room 112 Wednesday after school. Please bring a snack to share. Even if you are just able to stop by for a few…please stop by.
      • We will not have Friday school on December 20. If you were assigned Friday school for the 20th, you may serve it on January 10.
      • Lost and Found items will be donated to the Franciscan Center Friday. Students are encouraged to search through the tubs in the Cafeteria for any articles of clothing they may be missing.
      • Please continue to bring in empty shoe boxes to Pastoral Ministry.
      • Saints Alive signups for sophomores, juniors, and seniors will go live our first week back to school in January. Watch your email and Canvas for the signup link and for more information. See Mrs. McTague in room 205 if you have any questions.

      Monday, December 16

      • Kudos to the Speech Team who closed out 2019 with another tournament victory, defeating 12 other teams. Liam Row put up a perfect score in Congressional Debate and Max Simcox, Marie Scudder, and Kate Rashevich all earned first place in both their events.
      • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
      • S.E.A. wants to remind everyone to recycle items from your locker if able.If you have any re-useable school supplies that you do not need for second semester, please bring them to room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room, so they can be donated.
      • Girls’ Track and Field has a meeting today right after school in the Cafeteria to discuss conditioning. Please bring clothes to stay afterwards if you’re able to.
      • Detentions will be on Tuesday after school from 3:10 pm to 3:55 pm and Wednesday before school from 7:05 am to 7:55 am.
      • Girls’ Rugby has a call out meeting on Wednesday at 12:45 in the Cafeteria.If you have any questions, please see Allie Trimbur. Come see what rugby is all about.
      • S.E.A. has their Christmas gathering in room 112 Wednesday after school.Please bring a snack to share.Even if you are just able to stop by for a few…please stop by.
      • We will not have Friday school on December 20.If you were assigned Friday school for the 20th, you may serve it today or on January 10.
      • Lost and Found items will be donated to the Franciscan Center Friday.Students are encouraged to search through the tubs in the Cafeteria for any articles of clothing they may be missing.
      • Please continue to bring in empty shoe boxes to Pastoral Ministry.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent.Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/until Saturday. Register and pay this week if interested in the January pilgrimage.

      Friday, December 13

      • Friday school will be in Miss Wolf’s room, room 123, after school. We will not have Friday school on December 20. If you were assigned Friday school for the 20th, you may serve it today or on January 10.
      • Today is the last day for Candy Grams. Please turn in to Mrs. Weadock in room 115.
      • Items for the New Saints Service Project are being collected all day today, Today is the final day.
      • Lost and Found items will be donated to the Franciscan Center next Friday. Students are encouraged to search through the tubs in the Cafeteria for any articles of clothing they may be missing.
      • Please continue to bring in empty shoe boxes to Pastoral Ministry.
      • The Library will be closed periods 2 through 4 today for a class presentation. The Help Desk will not be available during lunch today. Please plan accordingly.
      • Young men interested in playing baseball: There is a call out meeting today at 3:05 pm in the Weight Room for everyone not involved in a winter sport. See Coach Garrett if unable to attend.
      • FBLA members who turned in SLC paperwork, please pick up financial obligation sheet from Mrs. Weadock. If interested in attending SLC, please see Mrs. Weadock.
      • Girls’ Track and Field has a meeting Monday right after school in the Cafeteria to discuss conditioning. Please bring clothes to stay afterwards if you’re able to.
      • Detentions will be on Tuesday after school from 3:10 pm to 3:55 pm and Wednesday before school from 7:05 am to 7:55 am.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent. Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/ until Saturday. Register and pay this week if interested in the January pilgrimage.

      Thursday, December 12

      • Wrestlers lost their home opener last night to Carroll, with individual wins by Elliott Cornewell, Sam Cornewell, and Eli Hilger. Wrestlers need to be in the room tonight by 4:15 for roll call and bus evac drill and departure at 4:30. All are expected to attend, with hopes of getting another match.
      • Lost and Found items will be donated to the Franciscan Center next Friday. Students are encouraged to search through the tubs in the Cafeteria for any articles of clothing they may be missing.
      • Please continue to bring in empty shoe boxes to Pastoral Ministry.
      • Juniors: Friday is your class mass day. Report to 2nd period for attendance and announcements, then come to the Chapel.
      • The Library will be closed 5th through 7th period Thursday and periods 2 through 4 Friday for a class presentation. The Help Desk will not be available during lunch Friday. Please plan accordingly.
      • Young men interested in playing baseball: There is a call out meeting Friday at 3:05 in the Weight Room for everyone not involved in a winter sport. See Coach Garrett if unable to attend.
      • FBLA members who turned in SLC paperwork, please pick up financial obligation sheet from Mrs. Weadock. If interested in attending SLC, please see Mrs. Weadock.
      • Candy Grams are available for $1 from FBLA members or Mrs. Weadock. Your note and candy cane will be delivered December 17.
      • Girls’ Track and Field has a meeting Monday right after school in the Cafeteria to discuss conditioning. Please bring clothes to stay afterwards if you’re able to.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent. Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/ until Saturday.Register and pay this week if interested in the January pilgrimage.

      Wednesday, December 11

      • Lost and Found items will be donated to the Franciscan Center next Friday. Students are encouraged to search through the tubs in the Cafeteria for any articles of clothing they may be missing.
      • Please continue to bring in empty shoe boxes to Pastoral Ministry.
      • Rosary makers club is today during all lunches in Pastoral Ministry.
      • Juniors: Friday is your class mass day.Report to 2nd period for attendance and announcements, then come to the Chapel.
      • The Library will be closed 5th through 7th period Thursday for a class presentation. Please plan accordingly.
      • FBLA members who turned in SLC paperwork, please pick up financial obligation sheet from Mrs. Weadock. If interested in attending SLC, please see Mrs. Weadock.
      • Candy Grams are available for $1 from FBLA members or Mrs. Weadock. Your note and candy cane will be delivered December 17.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room. Please join us in studying.Snacks will be provided.
      • Science Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in the Physics classroom. Mr. Ehinger will supply treats.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent. Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/ until Saturday. Register and pay this week if interested in the January pilgrimage.

      Tuesday, December 10

      • Lost and Found items will be donated to the Franciscan Center next Friday. Students are encouraged to search through the tubs in the Cafeteria for any articles of clothing they may be missing.
      • Please continue to bring in empty shoe boxes to Pastoral Ministry.
      • FBLA members who turned in SLC paperwork, please pick up financial obligation sheet from Mrs. Weadock. If interested in attending SLC, please see Mrs. Weadock.
      • A parent meeting will be held today in the Library at 6:00 pm, for parents of young men who are interested in playing Bishop Dwenger Lacrosse in the Spring 2020 season. Please enter Door #1. Contact Coach Steigmeyer at cjsteig@msn.com for more information.
      • Candy Grams are available for $1 from FBLA members or Mrs. Weadock. Your note and candy cane will be delivered December 17.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room. Please join us in studying. Snacks will be provided.
      • Art Club meets Wednesday at 7 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room. Club members will be painting the chair for Saints Alive.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent. Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/ until Saturday. Register and pay this week if interested in the January pilgrimage.

      Monday, December 9

      • Congratulations to the Bishop Dwenger Rifle Team on their victory at Marion High School. Will Kohrman took 5th place, Frank Baumgartner was 2nd, and Katharine Beuchel won 1st place.
      • Please continue to bring in empty shoe boxes to Pastoral Ministry.
      • FBLA members who turned in SLC paperwork, please pick up financial obligation sheet from Mrs. Weadock. If interested in attending SLC, please see Mrs. Weadock.
      • A parent meeting will be held Tuesday in the Library at 6:00 pm, for parents of young men who are interested in playing Bishop Dwenger Lacrosse in the Spring 2020 season. Please enter Door #1. Contact Coach Steigmeyer at cjsteig@msn.com for more information.
      • Please join us for mass in the Chapel. Today at 3:10 we’ll celebrate the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception from Sunday. It’s not a holy day of obligation, but all are encouraged to attend.
      • Candy Grams are available for $1 from FBLA members or Mrs. Weadock. Your note and candy cane will be delivered December 17.
      • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. We will begin planning Snowcoming.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room. Please join us in studying. Snacks will be provided.
      • Art Club meets Wednesday at 7 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room. Club members will be painting the chair for Saints Alive.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent. Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/ until Saturday. Register and pay this week if interested in the January pilgrimage.

      Friday, December 7

      • A parent meeting will be held next Tuesday, December 10th in the Library at 6:00 pm, for parents of young men who are interested in playing Bishop Dwenger Lacrosse in the Spring 2020 season. Please enter Door #1. Contact Coach Steigmeyer at cjsteig@msn.com for more information. 
      • Congratulations to the Boys’ and Girls’ Swim and Dive teams on their victory over Snider last night.
      • Senior quotes are due Friday. If you don’t submit a quote, we will choose one for you.
      • Please join us for mass in the Chapel. Today at 3:10 p.m. we’ll have a mass of thanksgiving for all fall athletes, club members, managers, and coaches. Monday at 3:10 we’ll celebrate the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception from Sunday. It’s not a holy day of obligation, but all are encouraged to attend.
      • A reminder from the Cafeteria: If you do not bring your ID card to lunch, you will have to wait at the end of the line. Thanks to all who have their cards.
      • Candy Grams are available for $1 from FBLA members or Mrs. Weadock. Your note and candy cane will be delivered December 17.
      • Tickets for the Christmas Formal dance will be sold before and after school and during lunch for $20 each. The price goes up to $25 on Friday, so get your tickets early. Bringing a non-Dwenger guest? You must submit a completed Guest Pass form before purchasing tickets.
      • Remind for Christmas Formal:Parking at the Coliseum is $6 CASH only.
      • Keys Club meets Monday at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
      • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. We will begin planning Snowcoming.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent. Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/ until Saturday. Register and pay this week if interested in the January pilgrimage.

      Thursday, December 5

      • Lacrosse has a short call out meeting after school Thursday in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112. No prior experience necessary. See Mrs. Keane in the AD’s office if you cannot attend because you are playing a winter sport.
      • Senior quotes are due Friday. If you don’t submit a quote, we will choose one for you.
      • Please join us for mass in the Chapel. Friday at 3:10 p.m. we’ll have a mass of thanksgiving for all fall athletes, club members, managers, and coaches. Monday at 3:10 we’ll celebrate the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception from Sunday. It’s not a holy day of obligation, but all are encouraged to attend.
      • A reminder from the Cafeteria: If you do not bring your ID card to lunch, you will have to wait at the end of the line. Thanks to all who have their cards.
      • Candy Grams are available for $1 from FBLA members or Mrs. Weadock. Your note and candy cane will be delivered December 17.
      • Seniors:Class mass is during 2nd period Thursday. Report to your 2nd period class for attendance, then go to the Chapel.
      • Tickets for the Christmas Formal dance will be sold before and after school and during lunch for $20 each. The price goes up to $25 on Friday, so get your tickets early. Bringing a non-Dwenger guest? You must submit a completed Guest Pass form before purchasing tickets.
      • Remind for Christmas Formal: Parking at the Coliseum is $6 CASH only.
      • S.E.A. members: Please stop by Thursday to pick up shirt order forms and vote and sign up for various items next semester.
      • Seniors: Friday is the Montessori Christmas party. Please bring children’s snacks to Mrs. Wheeler’s room or to Pastoral Ministry through Thursday. See Canvas for more info.
      • Keys Club meets Monday at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
      • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. We will begin planning Snowcoming.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent. Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/ until Saturday. Register and pay this week if interested in the January pilgrimage.

      Wednesday, December 4

      • Fr. David will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
      • A reminder from the Cafeteria: If you do not bring your ID card to lunch, you will have to wait at the end of the line. Thanks to all who have their cards.
      • Rosary makers come to Pastoral Ministry with your lunch to make rosaries today.
      • Candy Grams are available for $1 from FBLA members or Mrs. Weadock.  Your note and candy cane will be delivered December 17.
      • Football Players: There is a mandatory meeting at 3: 05 in the Weight Room on Wednesday. Please see Coach Garrett if you can’t attend.
      • Seniors:Class mass is during 2nd period Thursday. Report to your 2nd period class for attendance, then go to the Chapel.
      • Tickets for the Christmas Formal dance will be sold before and after school and during lunch for $20 each. The price goes up to $25 on Friday, so get your tickets early. Bringing a non-Dwenger guest? You must submit a completed Guest Pass form before purchasing tickets.
      • Remind for Christmas Formal:Parking at the Coliseum is $6 CASH only.
      • The boy's rugby team will have their first call-out meeting Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 3:15 in the cafeteria.
      • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 115. SLC event sheets are due Thursday. Candy Grams signups are available.
      • Art Club meets Thursday at 7 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team will meet Thursday at 7:25 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165. Snacks will be provided.
      • S.E.A. members: Please stop by Thursday to pick up shirt order forms and vote and sign up for various items next semester.
      • Science Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in room 225, the Physics room. Mr. Ehinger will bring snacks; members need to bring the brains. We will discuss Hubbles’ Law and the Distance Modulus.
      • Lacrosse has a short call out meeting after school Thursday in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112. No prior experience necessary. See Mrs. Keane in the AD’s office if you cannot attend because you are playing a winter sport.
      • Seniors: Friday is the Montessori Christmas party. Please bring children’s snacks to Mrs. Wheeler’s room or to Pastoral Ministry through Thursday. See Canvas for more info.
      • Keys Club meets Monday at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent. Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/ until Saturday. Register and pay this week if interested in the January pilgrimage.

      Tuesday, December 3

      • Congratulations to Alexander Lightfoot, whose t-shirt design for Camp What-You-Wanna-Do won a national competition for the Children’s Oncology Camping Association.
      • The Virtue of the Week is Cooperation, the strength to work together toward a common objective. New Saints and Mentors are urged to bring in their items for the service project to Mr. Svarczkopf. Let's Cooperate and get this done!
      • Football Players: There is a mandatory meeting at 3: 05 in the Weight Room on Wednesday. Please see Coach Garrett if you can’t attend.
      • Seniors:Class mass is during 2nd period Thursday. Report to your 2nd period class for attendance, then go to the Chapel.
      • Tickets for the Christmas Formal dance will be sold before and after school and during lunch for $20 each. The price goes up to $25 on Friday, so get your tickets early. Bringing a non-Dwenger guest? You must submit a completed Guest Pass form before purchasing tickets.
      • Auditions for the Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, will be today. Visit the choir and theater page on the web site for info and to sign up for an audition time.
      • The boy's rugby team will have their first call-out meeting Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 3:15 in the cafeteria.
      • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 115. SLC event sheets are due Thursday. Candy Grams signups are available.
      • Art Club meets Thursday at 7 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team will meet Thursday at 7:25 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165. Snacks will be provided.
      • Seniors: Friday is the Montessori Christmas party. Please bring children’s snacks to Mrs. Wheeler’s room or to Pastoral Ministry through Thursday. See Canvas for more info.
      • St. Henry’s Community has asked us for a canned corn and green bean collection these next two weeks of Advent. Please bring your donation to your English classroom through Friday, December 13.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/

      Monday, December 2

      • The Virtue of the Week is Cooperation, the strength to work together toward a common objective.  New Saints and Mentors are urged to bring in their items for the service project to Mr. Svarczkopf.  Let's Cooperate and get this done!
      • Latin Club had their Ancient Rome Cooking Competition last Tuesday. Mary Baumgartner placed 3rd, Lucy Moore was 2nd, and John Turner won with his recipe for Ancient Roman Lamb Hash.
      • Boys’ Track and Field has an informational meeting at 3:15 today in Mr. Garcia’s classroom, room 114. We will begin conditioning on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
      • Tickets for the Christmas Formal dance will be sold before and after school and during lunch for $20 each. The price goes up to $25 on Friday, so get your tickets early. Bringing a non-Dwenger guest? You must submit a completed Guest Pass form before purchasing tickets.
      • Auditions for the Spring Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, will be Tuesday. Visit the choir and theater page on the web site for info and to sign up for an audition time.
      • The boy's rugby team will have their first call-out meeting Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 3:15 in the cafeteria.
      • Art Club meets Thursday at 7 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Fine Arts Academic Team will meet Thursday at 7:25 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165. Snacks will be provided.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/

      Tuesday, November 26

      • Table Tennis meets today in the Cafeteria from 3 to 5 p.m.
      • Detention today is at 3 p.m. in room 108.
      • Please bring your store bought pies for St. Mary’s Thanksgiving dinner to Pastoral Ministry today or to the loading dock outside the SAC tomorrow.
      • Students:  Please check your Canvas page for important information regarding parking for Grandparents’ Day.
      • Grandparents' Day is Wednesday, November 27, for ALL students and their grandparents or special guests.  10:45 am Mass, 11:45 Academic Open House and other Special Activities. Invitations have been mailed if we had your guests' addresses. Need an extra invitation?Stop by the Main Office to get one.
      • To beat the winter blues, all men are invited to join the wrestling team. We need all weight classes from 106 to 285 lbs., especially the upper weights. See Coach Tone if interested.
      • January grads who wish to apply for Senior Privilege may pick up an application in the Main Office. Applications must be turned in to Mrs. Albertson by Friday, December 6 at noon. No late forms will be accepted.
      • All loaner computers must be turned in to the Help Desk by Wednesday, November 27. This includes all long term loaners. No exceptions!
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/

      Monday, November 25

      • Students: Please check your Canvas page for important information regarding parking for Grandparents’ Day.
      • Grandparents' Day is Wednesday, November 27, for ALL students and their grandparents or special guests.  10:45 am Mass, 11:45 Academic Open House and other Special Activities. Invitations have been mailed if we had your guests' addresses.   Need an extra invitation? Stop by the Main Office to get one.
      • Volunteers are needed for Grandparents’ Day mass. Please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
      • To beat the winter blues, all men are invited to join the wrestling team. We need all weight classes from 106 to 285 lbs., especially the upper weights. See Coach Tone if interested.
      • January grads who wish to apply for Senior Privilege may pick up an application in the Main Office. Applications must be turned in to Mrs. Albertson by Friday, December 6 at noon. No late forms will be accepted.
      • All loaner computers must be turned in to the Help Desk by Wednesday, November 27. This includes all long term loaners. No exceptions!
      • You can help bring joy to children in need by donating new or gently used toys for Christmas baskets that will be assembled by the Giving Tree committee. Donate sports balls, board games, dolls, or money to buy items. There are donation containers outside Pastoral Ministry. Please bring your items in by Tuesday, November 26.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/

      Friday, November 22

      • Congratulations to the Girls’ Swim Team on their win against Bellmont and Bishop Luers last night. We had first place finishes by Kennedy Court, Meghan Walden, Maggie Peters, Julia Eckrich, and Katie Pranger. Divers Anna Yaggy and Katie Palmer placed first and second.
      • Grandparents' Day is Wednesday, November 27, for ALL students and their grandparents or special guests.  10:45 am Mass, 11:45 Academic Open House and other Special Activities. Invitations have been mailed if we had your guests' addresses.  Need an extra invitation?  Stop by the Main Office to get one.
      • Friday school will be in room 108 today.Next week’s detentions will be before and after school on Tuesday.
      • NHS Induction ceremony reservations are due today.
      • Volunteers are needed for Grandparents’ Day mass. Please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
      • Football Semi-State: The Saints travel to Valparaiso tonight; game time is 6:30 p.m. Central Time, that’s 7:30 p.m. in Fort Wayne.
      • To beat the winter blues, all men are invited to join the wrestling team. We need all weight classes from 106 to 285 lbs., especially the upper weights. See Coach Tone if interested.
      • January grads who wish to apply for Senior Privilege may pick up an application in the Main Office. Applications must be turned in to Mrs. Albertson by Friday, December 6 at noon. No late forms will be accepted.
      • All loaner computers must be turned in to the Help Desk by Wednesday, November 27. This includes all long term loaners.No exceptions!
      • The newspaper staff is looking for student submitted photos with your grandparents to run in the November issue of the Golden Trumpet.
      • Join Winter Guard! Attend the Winter Guard clinic November 18 through 22 from 4-6 p.m. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
      • You can help bring joy to children in need by donating new or gently used toys for Christmas baskets that will be assembled by the Giving Tree committee. Donate sports balls, board games, dolls, or money to buy items. There are donation containers outside Pastoral Ministry. Please bring your items in by Tuesday, November 26.
      • Want to travel to Italy and Spain? Informational meeting for students and parents Wednesday, November 20 at 7 p.m. in the Library. RSVP to: https://rsvp.eftours.com/zbz294d
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/

      Thursday, November 21

      • JV Wrestlers going to the Snider meet, please meet in the room at 4:10 pm. We need to do a bus evac drill before we leave. All others report for practice at the normal time.
      • NHS Induction ceremony reservations are due Friday.
      • Volunteers are needed for Grandparents’ Day mass. Please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
      • Football Semi-State game tickets will be sold today from 10:00 am to 2:3