Daily Announcements

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

      Thursday, October 17

      • SADD would like to remind everyone to have a safe weekend and to make good decisions.
      • Wrestlers have conditioning at 3:00 pm today. Meet outside the weight room for Coach Nix.
      • Freshman and JV Volleyball players, please turn in your uniforms and lock to Coach Tone in the Boys’ Coaches’ office. If issued a varsity jersey we need those back for sectionals this week.
      • Due to the PSAT, detentions will be Thursday before and after school.
      • Loaner laptops need to be returned at the end of the day. Loaners that have been checked out for a while will be called down to the Help Desk for updates.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/

      Wednesday, October 16

      • Interested in Winter Drum Line? Meet Wednesday at 6:00 pm in the Band room. If you cannot attend, see Mr. Cochran.
      • No Project Linus Wednesday due to PSAT/early dismissal. See you next week.
      • Freshman and JV Volleyball players, please turn in your uniforms and lock to Coach Tone in the Boys’ Coaches’ office. If issued a varsity jersey we need those back for sectionals this week.
      • Due to the PSAT, detentions will be Thursday before and after school.
      • S.E.A. will meet Thursday at 7:25 am in room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room. We’ll discuss Open House.
      • Volunteers are needed for All School Mass on Thursday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Loaner laptops need to be returned at the end of the day. Loaners that have been checked out for a while will be called down to the Help Desk for updates.
      • Science Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:25 am in room 225, the Physics room. All are welcome.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/

      Tuesday, October 15

      • Interested in Winter Drum Line? Meet Wednesday at 6:00 pm in the Band room. If you cannot attend, see Mr. Cochran.
      • Girls’ Tennis has a call out meeting today at 3:10 pm in the Cafeteria for any girl interested in playing tennis in the spring.
      • Wednesday, October 16, all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will take the PSAT. Seniors do not have school and will instead use the day for college visits and/or applications. The PSAT is part of the National Merit Scholarship program. All students received student guides and should come ready to “Test Their Best”. Lunch will be served, and dismissal is at 1:30 pm. Extended testing dismissal is around 2:00 pm. Bring #2 pencils, eraser, and calculator.
      • There will not be a Project Linus meeting Wednesday, October 16, due to early dismissal/PSAT. See you next week.
      • Due to the PSAT, detentions will be Thursday before and after school.
      • S.E.A. will meet Thursday at 7:25 am in room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room. We’ll discuss Open House. Come for the snacks, stay for the planet.
      • Volunteers are needed for All School Mass on Thursday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Loaner laptops need to be returned at the end of the day. Loaners that have been checked out for a while will be called down to the Help Desk for updates.
      • Science Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:25 am in room 225, the Physics room. All are welcome.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/

      Monday, October 14

      • Fr. Jay will be here to offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
      • Congratulations to the Cheer Team on their first place at St. Francis Saturday. They also took Grand Champion, which means they had the top score overall for the whole competition.
      • Congratulations to the Marching Saints on earning Silver at ISSMA Invitational this weekend. They prepare this week for ISSMA Regionals on Saturday at Lafayette Jeff High School.
      • Congratulations to the Girls’ Soccer team on becoming Sectional champions with their victories over Columbia City and Leo this weekend. Regionals are in Kokomo on Saturday.
      • Congratulations to the Speech Team on winning the Martin Bisson Tierney meet this weekend. Top scores came from Olivia Loxton, Nick Meyer, Marie Scudder, and Cassie Smith.
      • Congratulations to the Volleyball Team on their victory over Heritage on Thursday. Sectionals start Thursday at Angola versus Luers. The JV team also won against Concordia this weekend.
      • Those helping with the all school mass at the Coliseum need to turn in permission forms ASAP. We will depart immediately after 1st period on Tuesday.
      • The bus for Euell Wilson tutors leaves at 3:30 pm today.
      • Allen County Right to Life banquet ushers meet at Ceruti’s at 5 p.m. tonight.
      • Saint Mother Teresa club meets at 7:20 am Tuesday in Pastoral Ministry. No meeting next week.
      • Loaner laptops need to be returned at the end of the day. Loaners that have been checked out for a while will be called down to the Help Desk for updates.
      • Science Academic Team meets Thursday at 7:25 am in room 225, the Physics room. All are welcome.
      • S.E.A. will still recycle this week and resume normal Thursday meetings next week at 7:25 am in room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room.
      • Wednesday, October 16, all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will take the PSAT. Seniors do not have school and will instead use the day for college visits and/or applications. The PSAT is part of the National Merit Scholarship program. All students received student guides and should come ready to “Test Their Best”. Lunch will be served, and dismissal is at 1:30 pm. Extended testing dismissal is around 2:00 pm. Bring #2 pencils, eraser, and calculator.
      • The 2020 March for Life pilgrimage is January 23-26. Registration is now open through https://www.fwsbym.com/

      Wednesday, October 9

      • The Library will be closed before and after school Thursday due to teacher meetings.
      • Andrew Nuerge won his matches last night against Carroll 6-0 and 6-3. He plays tonight at 4:15 pm at Carroll for the Singles Regional Championship. Adam Yaggy and Brayden LaPan won a close doubles match to advance to the Kokomo Semi-State.
      • Seniors, an Ivy Tech rep will be here today during all lunch periods. If you are taking a college class on campus at Ivy Tech next semester, you must meet with them in Guidance during your lunch today.
      • Are you interested in playing fun music? Come to an informational meeting for Jazz Band today at 3:00 pm. We have wind instruments, piano, bass guitar, upright bass, guitar, drums mallet percussion, Latin percussion, and voice.
      • Representatives from Albion, Earlham, Marian and Butler will be here today. Thursday will bring Huntington, Evansville, St. Francis, and Hope College.See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
      • NO S.E.A. meeting Thursday. We will still recycle this week and resume normal Thursday meetings next week at 7:25 am in room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room.
      • Spanish Club has its conversation breakfast Thursday at 7:20 am. Please sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room if you plan to attend. Bring your laptop, as we will be playing Kahoot.
      • Saints:Service hours are due in three weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.
      • Wednesday, October 16, all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will take the PSAT. Seniors do not have school and will instead use the day for college visits and/or applications. The PSAT is part of the National Merit Scholarship program. All students received student guides and should come ready to “Test Their Best”. Lunch will be served, and dismissal is at 1:30 pm. Extended testing dismissal is around 2:00 pm. Bring #2 pencils, eraser, and calculator.

      Tuesday, October 8

      • Congratulations to the Volleyball Team on their victory over Blackhawk Christian last night. They take on Concordia tonight at 7:00 pm for the SAC championship. The theme is pink out.
      • Thanks to all to donated to the “Battle of the Bishops” collection for the Women’s Care Center and Catholic Charities. The Junior class won the competition between grades and earned a dress down day, which will be determined later.
      • Art Club meets Wednesday at 7:15 am in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Are you interested in playing fun music? Come to an informational meeting for Jazz Band on Wednesday at 3:00 pm. We have wind instruments, piano, bass guitar, upright bass, guitar, drums mallet percussion, Latin percussion, and voice.
      • Representatives from Holy Cross College and Ball State University will be here on Tuesday. On Wednesday we’ll see Albion, Earlham, Marian and Butler. Thursday will bring Huntington, Evansville, St. Francis, and Hope College. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
      • NO S.E.A. meeting Thursday. We will still recycle this week and resume normal Thursday meetings next week at 7:25 am in room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room.
      • Spanish Club has its conversation breakfast Thursday at 7:20 am. Please sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room if you plan to attend. Bring your laptop, as we will be playing Kahoot.

      Saints: Service hours are due in three weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week

      Monday, October 7

      • Congratulations to both the girls’ Varsity and Junior Varsity cross country teams, competing this past Saturday at the SAC Conference meet. The Girls’ Varsity Team won the Conference Title again – the 3rd time in four years. All seven runners earned all-SAC honors! Susie Beeber finished 15th, Aileen Delaney finished 14th, Ella Grashoff finished 13th, Katie Nix finished 9th, Anna Morris finished 7th, Katie Woods finished 4th and Erin Strzelecki is the SAC Champion with a time of 17:49! The girls’ JV team also placed 1st in the SAC with 11 girls finishing in the top 15! The Varsity team starts the post-season next weekend at the Northrop Sectionals.
      • Congratulations to the Cheer Team on winning first place at the Central Indiana Cheer Competition at Pendleton Heights High School. They hit their routine with zero deductions!
      • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on their Sectional Championship win against New Haven. They take their 20-5 record into the Carroll Regional on Tuesday at 4:15 versus the #7 ranked Carroll. Good luck!
      • Congratulations to the boys’ Cross Country team on their 2nd place SAC finish. Congratulations especially go to Liam Row, Evan Smith, Max Simcox, Atticus Wiseman, and Brenden Nix who were named to the All Conference Team.
      • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
      • The bus for Euell Wilson tutors leaves at 3:30 today.
      • St. Mother Teresa Club meets Tuesday morning in Pastoral Ministry.
      • Representatives from Holy Cross College and Ball State University will be here on Tuesday. On Wednesday we’ll see Albion, Earlham, Marian and Butler. Thursday will bring Huntington, Evansville, St. Francis, and Hope College. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
      • Spanish Club has its conversation breakfast Thursday at 7:20 a.m. Please sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s room if you plan to attend. Bring your laptop, as we will be playing Kahoot.
      • Academic Teams have their call out meeting Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. in the Library. This year’s topic is The Roaring Twenties.You can join one or more teams in Math, Science, Fine Arts, English, and Social Studies. If you’d like to build your college resume, make new friends, and have fun learning about this interesting time, join us Tuesday morning. Donuts will be provided.
      • Saints:Service hours are due in three weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Friday, October 4

      • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on its 5-0 victory over Northside. They play tonight for the Sectional championship versus New Haven at Zollner. Fan support is welcome.
      • Congratulations to the Freshman Football team on its victory over Concordia last night. Scoring for the Saints:Teddy Steele, Noah Johnson, Stellan Ruston, Luke Schuckel, Jackson Tippmann, and Noah Thurber. Practice is Saturday from 8-10 a.m.
      • Anthis students: Please check your Canvas page and accept the invitation to join the Anthis Canvas class. Then read the message from Mrs. Bennett.
      • Interested in the Rifle Team? Lauryn Cinadr, class of 2016 and captain of the Akron Rifle Team, will be back in Ft. Wayne competing with her team for the first time since she graduated. The Universities of Akron and Nebraska are being hosted by Ohio State at X Count, home of the BD Rifle Team. The meet is tomorrow at noon and will conclude by 1:15. X Count is located at 5301 Merchandise Drive, across from Spiece Fitness.
      • Collection for the Battle of the Bishops:  Seniors – collecting diapers sizes 5 and 6 Juniors – collecting baby wipesSophomores – collecting onesies, booties, and hats for babies  Freshmen – collecting gently used and new board books for babies  Bring donations to Miss Wolf’s room, room 123.
      • Representatives from Holy Cross College and Ball State University will be here on Tuesday. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
      • Academic Teams have their call out meeting Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. in the Library. This year’s topic is The Roaring Twenties. You can join one or more teams in Math, Science, Fine Arts, English, and Social Studies. If you’d like to build your college resume, make new friends, and have fun learning about this interesting time, join us Tuesday morning. Donuts will be provided.
      • Volunteers are needed to usher at the Fatima Breakfast at the Grand Wayne Center from 8-12 on Saturday. See Mrs. Yorke for more info.
      • Keys Club meets Monday, October 14 at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria. Bingo at Kingston Monday, 10/7.
      • Saints: Service hours are due in four weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Thursday, October 3

      • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on its 4-1 victory over Concordia. They play Northside tonight at 5:15 at Zollner Stadium. The team is now 18-5.
      • Congratulations to Andrew Nuerge, Brayden LaPan, and Adam Yaggy for making the All Conference first team in Tennis. Jacob Schroeder, Ricky Nill, and Nathan Busch made the second team.
      • Speak a foreign language? Please sign up outside the Chapel to help lead the foreign language rosary on Friday. See Mr. Garrett if you have questions.
      • S.E.A. members, please check your Canvas page for the poll regarding water bottle choices and vote for your favorite.
      • Collection for the Battle of the Bishops: Seniors – collecting diapers sizes 5 and 6 Juniors – collecting baby wipes Sophomores – collecting onesies, booties, and hats for babies  Freshmen – collecting gently used and new board books for babies Bring donations to Miss Wolf’s room, room 123.
      • Student Council meets Friday at 7:20 a.m. in Mrs. Ray’s room, room 214.
      • Academic Teams have their call out meeting Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. in the Library. This year’s topic is The Roaring Twenties. You can join one or more teams in Math, Science, Fine Arts, English, and Social Studies. If you’d like to build your college resume, make new friends, and have fun learning about this interesting time, join us Tuesday morning. Donuts will be provided.
      • Volunteers are needed to usher at the Fatima Breakfast at the Grand Wayne Center from 8-12 on Saturday. See Mrs. Yorke for more info.
      • Jostens will be here today for students to place orders. Any student may order, but it is imperative that seniors place their order. Seniors must order cap, gown and 2020 tassel.Order location is the multi-purpose room during all 3 lunches. Questions? Contact Mrs. Porfilio at jporfilio@bishopdwenger.com
      • Saints: Service hours are due in four weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Wednesday, October 2

      • All who were invited to join NHS: There is a mandatory meeting for all NHS applicants on Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
      • The Library is closed today from 4th period through the end of the day. There will be no study halls, no printing, and no Help Desk during lunch. Please plan accordingly.
      • Good luck to the Tennis Team, who will play Concordia today in the first round of Sectionals at 5:15 p.m. at Zollner Stadium. Please come out and support your team.
      • Art Club field trip meeting is Thursday at 7:25 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 115. Please be on time!Doors will lock at 7:23 a.m. Pick up a hall pass from Mrs. Weadock.
      • Collection for the Battle of the Bishops:Seniors – collecting diapers sizes 5 and 6  Juniors – collecting baby wipes  Sophomores – collecting onesies, booties, and hats for babies  Freshmen – collecting gently used and new board books for babies  Bring donations to Miss Wolf’s room, room 123.
      • Rosary makers meet today during all lunch periods in Pastoral Ministry.
      • Volunteers are needed to usher at the Fatima Breakfast at the Grand Wayne Center from 8-12 on Saturday. See Mrs. Yorke for more info.
      • Jostens will be here on Thursday for students to place orders. Any student may order that day, but it is imperative that seniors place their order. Seniors must order cap, gown and 2020 tassel.  Order location is the multi-purpose room during all 3 lunches. Questions?  Contact Mrs. Porfilio at jporfilio@bishopdwenger.com
      • Saints:Service hours are due in four weeks, on October 27.If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Tuesday, October 1

      • Yesterday new qualifiers (Juniors and Seniors) for NHS received a letter inviting them to apply. A signed intent form is to be turned in to Mrs. Polhamus today. There is a mandatory meeting for all applicants on Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
      • The Library is closed Wednesday from 4th period through the end of the day. There will be no study halls, no printing, and no Help Desk during lunch.Please plan accordingly.
      • Good luck to the Tennis Team, who will play Concordia Wedensday in the first round of Sectionals at 4:30 p.m. at Zollner Stadium. Please come out and support your team.
      • Collection for the Battle of the Bishops:  Seniors – collecting diapers sizes 5 and 6  Juniors – collecting baby wipes Sophomores – collecting onesies, booties, and hats for babies   Freshmen – collecting gently used and new board books for babies  Bring donations to Miss Wolf’s room, room 123.
      • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 115. Please be on time!Doors will lock at 7:23 a.m.Pick up a hall pass from Mrs. Weadock.
      • Rosary makers meet Wednesday during all lunch periods in Pastoral Ministry.
      • Volunteers are needed to usher at the Fatima Breakfast at the Grand Wayne Center from 8-12 on Saturday. See Mrs. Yorke for more info.
      • The Development Office needs volunteers for our Hall of Fame dinner and ceremony on Saturday, October 5. There are several volunteer slots available. Please see this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445acaa2ea7ff2-bdhs9
      • Jostens will be here on Thursday for students to place orders. Any student may order that day, but it is imperative that seniors place their order. Seniors must order cap, gown and 2020 tassel. Order location is the multi-purpose room during all 3 lunches. Questions? Contact Mrs. Porfilio at jporfilio@bishopdwenger.com
      • Saints: Service hours are due in four weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Monday, September 30

      • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
      • Several spots are still open for the blood drive Tuesday. See Mrs. Yorke for a permission slip; without a slip you cannot donate. Helpers are also needed.
      • The Development Office needs volunteers for our Hall of Fame dinner and ceremony on Saturday, October 5.There are several volunteer slots available. Please see this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445acaa2ea7ff2-bdhs9
      • Jostens will be here on Thursday for students to place orders. Any student may order that day, but it is imperative that seniors place their order. Seniors must order cap, gown and 2020 tassel. Order location is the multi-purpose room during all 3 lunches.Questions? Contact Mrs. Porfilio at jporfilio@bishopdwenger.com or check the Senior Canvas page.
      • Saints: Service hours are due in four weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Friday, September 27

      Girls’ Varsity Soccer Team:Please meet in room 150, Mrs. Roberts’ room today after school.

      • Swimmers:  If you need to purchase a team swimsuit, orders are due today. Turn orders in to Mrs. Weadock or Mrs. Roberts.
      • The Development Office needs volunteers for our Hall of Fame dinner and ceremony on Saturday, October 5. There are several volunteer slots available.Please see this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0445acaa2ea7ff2-bdhs9
      • Congratulations to Alex Fosnaugh, who was named a Commended Student by the National Merit Scholarship Program. This is a nationally recognized distinction for the exceptional academic promise he demonstrated by scoring in the top 5% of more than 1.6 million students nationwide on the PSAT test taken in October of 2018. Congratulations, Alex!
      • All Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors will take the PSAT on Wednesday, October 16. Juniors will be eligible to compete to be named 2021 Semi-Finalists or Commended Students. Best of luck!
      • Jostens will be at BD on Thursday, October 3rd for students to place orders. Any student may order that day, but it is imperative that seniors place their order. Seniors must order cap, gown and 2020 tassel.Order location is the multi-purpose room during all 3 lunches.Questions?Contact Mrs. Porfilio at jporfilio@bishopdwenger.com
      • Saints: Service hours are due in five weeks, on October 27.If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Thursday, September 26

      • Congratulations to Alex Fosnaugh, who was named a Commended Student by the National Merit Scholarship Program. This is a nationally recognized distinction for the exceptional academic promise he demonstrated by scoring in the top 5% of more than 1.6 million students nationwide on the PSAT test taken in October of 2018. 
      • All Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors will take the PSAT on Wednesday, October 16. Juniors will be eligible to compete to be named 2021 Semi-Finalists or Commended Students. Best of luck!
      • FBLA members who are attending breakfast on Friday need to pick up a hall pass from Mrs. Weadock today.
      • S.E.A. would like to invite the entire student body to our first after school focus whose theme is one small step. Have you looked around and felt like you could do something to make our world better but then felt that whatever you did would not matter or even make an impact?  If you have, than please join us on Thursday in room 112 (Mrs. Walker's room)for food and discussion on how to overcome that feeling. Meeting starts at 3:10 and will run till about 3:50. Even if you can only be there for a little while, we would love to see you!
      • Swimmers:  If you need to purchase a team swimsuit, orders are due by Friday. Turn orders in to Mrs. Weadock or Mrs. Roberts.
      • Saints:  Service hours are due in five weeks, on October 27.If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Tuesday, September 24

      • New Saints:  Lunch time Mentor session is today. Pick up your name tag and activity sheet from Mr. Svarczkopf at the front table and find your assigned table. Work to complete the activity on this week’s Virtue of the Week:Compassion.
      • Volleyball players can pick up their picture forms outside the coaches’ office today.
      • There’s an informational meeting Wednesday at 3:10 in the Weight room for all those not currently in a fall sport interested in Wrestling this winter.
      • Art Club meets Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Rosary makers meet Wednesday during your lunch in Pastoral Ministry.
      • Rosary for Life begins at 9:20 a.m. on Thursday due to the 2 hour delay. See you in the Chapel.
      • Saints:  Service hours are due in five weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Monday, September 23

      • Congratulations to the Lady Saints Golf Team 2019 for their Sectional Win on Saturday!
      • There will be a call out meeting for Swim and Dive Teams today at 3:15 p.m. in room 115. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Weadock for Swim and Mrs. Roberts for Dive.
      • Saints:Service hours are due in five weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Friday, September 20

      • Beginning Monday, traffic on Washington Center Road will shift to the south side of the roadway. Construction will then continue on the north side through the fall season. EXPECT DELAYS as drivers learn the new route. Please plan accordingly.
      • Congratulations to the SAC Champion Tennis Team on its victory over Northrop last night!
      • Congratulations to the Freshman Football Team on its 26-6 victory over Homestead last night. Scoring for the Saints:Sam Campbell, Joe Bader, Teddy Steele, Stellan Rustan, and Noah Thurber. Practice is from 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday.
      • Detention tonight is in the Media Center by 3:10, with dismissal at 3:55. Bring something to work on.
      • Friday school is from 3:10 to 5:10 p.m. Bring something to read/work on.
      • X Count has a fundraiser at Blaze Pizza from 5:30 to 10 p.m. tonight.
      • The Test Center will close at 2 p.m. Friday. Please plan accordingly.
      • Tickets for our Homecoming game will be available during all lunch periods Friday for students. Bring $6 and see Mr. Bennett.
      • Students:all painting must be done outside the stadium tonight. Wash off at home, not in the stadium restrooms.
      • After the football game, students can stay for the movie Sandlot and a dance in the SAC and Main Gym free of charge. Hot dogs, chips, and beverages will be available, also FREE! Bring your student ID to attend. Sorry, no students from other schools.
      • Food trucks are coming to the BD parking lot Friday from 5 p.m. until half time. Prices vary by vendor. Enjoy live music performed by our own Henry Pflueger, David Dowling, and Tim McMasters on the steps of the SAC. Don’t miss the Homecoming festivities!
      • If you received a letter stating you earned a BD patch or chevron, please come to the Main Office to pick it up! All patches not claimed will be forfeited and returned.
      • The Library will be closed Monday through 5th period for ASVAB testing. There will be no printing allowed during that time, as well as no Help Desk during 4th period. Please plan accordingly.
      • There will be a call out meeting for Swim and Dive Teams on Monday, September 23 at 3:15 p.m. in room 115. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Weadock for Swim and Mrs. Roberts for Dive.
      • Saints:  Service hours are due in six weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.
      • Friends of the Poor Walk needs volunteers Sunday, September 22 from 12:30 to 4:30 to pass out water, snacks, and provide directions. Contact Leanne Mensing at lmensing1@frontier.com or call at 485-0290 or 414-0754 to sign up.

      Thursday, September 19

      • Congratulations to the Girls’ JV Soccer Team who defeated Bellmont 4-1. Kaylyn Sibri scored three of the goals and Faith Lewis scored one. The Varsity also won 2-1. Erynn Burns and Lilly Haraburda both scored.
      • Congratulations to the Lady Saints Volleyball team on their 3-0 victory over East Noble. JV and Freshmen won as well.
      • Congratulations to the Tennis team on their 5-0 victory over Bluffton, making their record 14-4. Tonight is Senior Night at Zollner Stadium starting at 4:30. Come out and support Nathan Busch and Braxton Cashbaugh, our two senior players.
      • Tickets for our Homecoming game will be available during all lunch periods Friday for students. Bring $6 and see Mr. Bennett.
      • After the football game, students can stay for the movie Sandlot and a dance in the SAC and Main Gym free of charge. Hot dogs, chips, and beverages will be available, also FREE! Bring your student ID to attend. Sorry, no students from other schools.
      • Food trucks are coming to the BD parking lot Friday from 5 p.m. until half time. Prices vary by vendor. Enjoy live music performed by our own Henry Pflueger, David Dowling, and Tim McMasters on the steps of the SAC. Don’t miss the Homecoming festivities!
      • If you received a letter stating you earned a BD patch or chevron, please come to the Main Office to pick it up! All patches not claimed will be forfeited and returned.
      • Juniors and Seniors: This week we’ll see reps from Ohio University, Villanova, Brown, University of Toledo, Franklin College and Valparaiso College. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • There will be a call out meeting for Swim and Dive Teams on Monday, September 23 at 3:15 p.m. in room 115. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Weadock for Swim and Mrs. Roberts for Dive.
      • Saints:Service hours are due in six weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.
      • Friends of the Poor Walk needs volunteers Sunday, September 22 from 12:30 to 4:30 to pass out water, snacks, and provide directions. Contact Leanne Mensing at lmensing1@frontier.com or call at 485-0290 or 414-0754 to sign up.

      Wednesday, September 18

      • The Testing Center will be open today after school, after Tournament Day festivities wrap up.
      • Tickets for our Homecoming game will be available during all lunch periods Friday for students. Bring $6 and see Mr. Bennett.
      • If you received a letter stating you earned a BD patch or chevron, please come to the Main Office to pick it up! All patches not claimed will be forfeited and returned.
      • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Casa Grande on Woodland Plaza Run, off Dupont, tonight at 6:30 p.m. You MUST sign up if you plan to attend because we must make reservations.Please bring enough money for a dinner and at least a $2 tip.
      • S.E.A. meets Thursday at 7:25 a.m. in room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room. We have lots to prepare and discuss. Stop by or check Canvas if you can not make it. Snacks will be provided.
      • Juniors and Seniors:This week we’ll see reps from Ohio University, Villanova, Brown, University of Toledo, Franklin College and Valparaiso College. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • There will be a call out meeting for Swim and Dive Teams on Monday, September 23 at 3:15 p.m. in room 115. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Weadock for Swim and Mrs. Roberts for Dive.
      • Saints:  Service hours are due in six weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.
      • Friends of the Poor Walk needs volunteers Sunday, September 22 from 12:30 to 4:30 to pass out water, snacks, and provide directions. Contact Leanne Mensing at lmensing1@frontier.com or call at 485-0290 or 414-0754 to sign up.

      Tuesday, September 17

      • Please join us today for a healing service in the Chapel immediately after school. Expect both physical and spiritual healing.
      • Art Club meets Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • If you received a letter stating you earned a BD patch or chevron, please come to the Main Office to pick it up! All patches not claimed will be forfeited and returned.
      • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Casa Grande on Woodland Plaza Run, off Dupont, Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. You MUST sign up if you plan to attend because we must make reservations. Please bring enough money for a dinner and at least a $2 tip.
      • Juniors and Seniors:This week we’ll see reps from Ohio University, Villanova, Brown, University of Toledo, Franklin College and Valparaiso College. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • There will be a call out meeting for Swim and Dive Teams on Monday, September 23 at 3:15 p.m. in room 115. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Weadock for Swim and Mrs. Roberts for Dive.
      • Saints:  Service hours are due in six weeks, on October 27.  If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.
      • Friends of the Poor Walk needs volunteers Sunday, September 22 from 12:30 to 4:30 to pass out water, snacks, and provide directions.  Contact Leanne Mensing at lmensing1@frontier.com or call at 485-0290 or 414-0754 to sign up.

      Monday, September 16

      • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on their 5-0 victory against Warren Central.
      • Congratulations to the Lady Saints Soccer Team on their victory over Wayne. Megan Guzhnay, Callie Burns, Evelyn Harkenrider, Ellen Hartzog, and Emma Farrar scored for the Saints.
      • Congrats to the Lady Saints Golf Team on their first place in the SAC tournament this weekend.  Amy Frazier, Rachel Landstoffer, and Clara Burns led the team.
      • Congratulations to the Men’s and Ladies’ Cross Country teams on their first and second place finishes at the Guerin Invitational All Indiana Catholic Cross Country Championships.  It was the men’s first team victory since 2014.
      • If you received a letter stating you earned a BD patch or chevron, please come to the Main Office to pick it up!  All patches not claimed will be forfeited and returned.
      • Volunteers are needed for Mass on Tuesday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner at Casa Grande on Woodland Plaza Run, off Dupont, Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. You MUST sign up if you plan to attend because we must make reservations.  Please bring enough money for a dinner and at least a $2 tip.
      • SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17.  Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m.  Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Please join us Tuesday for a healing service in the Chapel immediately after school.  Expect both physical and spiritual healing.
      • Juniors and Seniors:  This week we’ll see reps from Ohio University, Villanova, Brown, University of Toledo, Franklin College and Valparaiso College.  Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open.  Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Saints:  Service hours are due in six weeks, on October 27.  If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.
      • Friends of the Poor Walk needs volunteers Sunday, September 22 from 12:30 to 4:30 to pass out water, snacks, and provide directions.  Contact Leanne Mensing atlmensing1@frontier.com or call at 485-0290 or 414-0754 to sign up.

      Friday, September 13

      • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on their 5-0 victory against Concordia. They have a match against Indianapolis Warren Central tonight.
      • Congratulations to the Lady Saints Volleyball Teams. Freshmen, JV, and Varsity all won last night.
      • If you received a letter stating you earned a BD patch or chevron, please come to the Main Office to pick it up! All patches not claimed will be forfeited and returned.
      • There will be a senior tailgate tonight before the football game, starting at 5 p.m. Bring food if you want and bring cans of food for the food drive.
      • Tickets for the football game will be available in the Cafeteria for $6 during all lunch periods on Friday.
      • Volunteers are needed for Mass on Tuesday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Keys Club meets Monday at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
      • SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17. Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Please join us Tuesday for a healing service in the Chapel immediately after school.  Expect both physical and spiritual healing.
      • Juniors and Seniors:Reps from Purdue Ft. Wayne and Ohio State-Lima Branch will be here Friday. Next week we’ll see Ohio University, Villanova, Brown, University of Toledo, Franklin College and Valparaiso College. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Saints:  Service hours are due in seven weeks, on October 27. If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.
      • Friends of the Poor Walk needs volunteers Sunday, September 22 from 12:30 to 4:30 to pass out water, snacks, and provide directions. Contact Leanne Mensing at lmensing1@frontier.com or call at 485-0290 or 414-0754 to sign up.

      Thursday, September 12

      • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on their 4-1 victory at Angola.
      • Cross Country Teams:  Today is Picture Day. If you have not gotten a picture form, stop by the Athletic Department before the end of the day.
      • If you received a letter stating you earned a BD patch or chevron, please come to the Main Office to pick it up!  All patches not claimed will be forfeited and returned.
      • There will be a senior tailgate tomorrow before the football game, starting at 5 p.m. Bring food if you want and bring cans of food for the food drive.
      • Tickets for the football game will be available in the Cafeteria for $6 during all lunch periods on Friday.
      • Volunteers are needed for Mass on Tuesday. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
      • Keys Club meets Monday at 7:20 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
      • SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17. Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Please join us Tuesday for a healing service in the Chapel immediately after school. Expect both physical and spiritual healing.
      • Juniors and Seniors:  Reps from Purdue Ft. Wayne and Ohio State-Lima Branch will be here Friday.  Next week we’ll see Ohio University, Villanova, Brown, University of Toledo, Franklin College and Valparaiso College.  Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open.  Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Bonjour!  Merci to the students who are excited to host French students arriving on Monday, October 28.  We are still in need of hosts for 8 boys between the ages of 16 and 18.  You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English.  Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.
      • Saints:Service hours are due in seven weeks, on October 27.  If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Wednesday, September 11

      • Picture retakes are today during all lunch periods. This is your LAST chance to get your pictures taken this year. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Schriner in the library.
      • Tickets for the football game will be available in the Cafeteria for $6 during all lunch periods on Friday.
      • Girls’ Rugby has its call out meeting tonight from 5:30 to 6:30 at McMillan park. Please contact Allie Trimbur, Anna Stineburg, or Isabel Cava if interested.
      • Detention on Thursday will be at 9:05 a.m. due to the 2 hour delay.
      • Saints for Life rosary will begin at 9:20 a.m. in the Chapel on Thursday. Meeting follows in Pastoral Ministry.
      • S.E.A. will meet at 9:25 a.m. on Thursday. Breakfast snacks will be provided. If you are wondering if you can still join, the answer is YES! Come by room 112 and see Mrs. Walker.
      • Spanish Club has a Conversation Breakfast Thursday at 9:20 a.m.in Sra. Voelker’s room, room 215. Bring your laptop.  Sign up outside her door.
      • Golden Trumpet, the school newspaper, has its call out meeting Thursday at 9:20 a.m. in Mr. Curtis’ room, room 101.
      • SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17.  Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m.  Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Juniors and Seniors:Reps from IUPUI will be here Wednesday, Purdue Lafayette on Thursday and Friday we’ll see Purdue Ft. Wayne and Ohio State-Lima Branch.  Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open.  Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Bonjour!Merci to the students who are excited to host French students arriving on Monday, October 28.  We are still in need of hosts for 8 boys between the ages of 16 and 18.  You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English.  Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.
      • Saints:  Service hours are due in seven weeks, on October 27.  If you haven’t begun, make an appointment today so you can begin this week.

      Tuesday, September 10

      • Congratulations to swimmers Laura Wright and Maggie Peters who were named to the US Scholastic All-American team based on their academic achievements as well as their performance in national competitions.
      • Congratulations to the Tennis team on their 5-0 victory over Adams Central. They play Bishop Luers tonight at home.
      • Art Club meets Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • All ladies are invited to a call out meeting for Vere Pulchra Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. in room 225. We’ll be exploring women’s role in creation.
      • SADD meets Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. in the Health room.
      • Picture retakes are this Wednesday, September 11, during all lunch periods.This is your LAST chance to get your pictures taken this year. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Schriner in the library.
      • Spanish Club has a Conversation Breakfast Thursday at 9:20 a.m. in Sra. Voelker’s room, room 219. Sign up outside her door.
      • Golden Trumpet, the school newspaper, has its call out meeting Thursday at 9:20 a.m. in Mr. Curtis’ room, room 101.
      • SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17. Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Juniors and Seniors:  Reps from IUPUI will be here Wednesday, Purdue Lafayette on Thursday and Friday we’ll see Purdue Ft. Wayne and Ohio State-Lima Branch. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Bonjour!  Merci to the students who are excited to host French students arriving on Monday, October 28. We are still in need of hosts for 8 boys between the ages of 16 and 18. You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English. Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.

      Monday, September 9

      • Picture retakes are this Wednesday, September 11, during all lunch periods.   This is your LAST chance to get your pictures taken this year. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Schriner in the library.  Your pictures will be handed out today during 7th period.
      • Congratulations to both the Girls’ Cross country teams, competing this past Saturday at the Marion Invitational. Varsity placed 6th out of 20 teams. Nora Steel medalled with a 29th place finish and Erin Strzelecki placed 1st, setting a new school record and a new 5K Marion course record at 17:24. While there were no official team placings for the Girls Junior Varsity team, multiple JV girls posted all-time PR’s and dramatically improved from last week’s race! They race next Saturday at the All Catholic Invitational at Guerin Catholic.
      • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on winning their matches against Northside and Wayne this weekend.
      • The Volleyball team won in three sets against Homestead on Thursday; great job Lady Saints.
      • Congratulations to the Boys’ Cross Country on their 2nd place finish at the Marion Invitational, led by Liam Row placing 4th.  Atticus Wiseman, Evan Smith, Max Simcox, Brendan Nix, Pablo Sutter, John Schroeder, and Joe Didier also medalled.
      • Euell Wilson tutors: please be on the bus at 3:15 today.
      • SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17. Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Juniors and Seniors: We will have reps from Anderson and St. Mary’s College today.  IUPUI will be here Wednesday, Purdue Lafayette on Thursday, and Friday we’ll see Purdue Ft. Wayne and Ohio State-Lima Branch. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Bonjour! Merci to the students who are excited to host French students arriving on Monday, October 28. We are still in need of hosts for 8 boys between the ages of 16 and 18. You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English. Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.
      • Yesterday’s word was NOUVEAU.  Winners:  Mrs. Roberts’ 2nd period, Mrs. Wheeler, Nick Combs, Keira Rood
      • Today’s letters:  A B E N O S Y

      Thursday, September 5

      • SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17. Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Juniors and Seniors:We will have a rep from Southern Methodist University on Thursday. Next week we’ll see Anderson, IUPUI, Purdue, Ohio State-Lima Branch, and St. Mary’s College. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Girls going out for basketball who are not involved in a fall sport have a workout from 5:25 to 7:45 p.m. in the Main Gym today. You must have a physical on file to work out.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Bonjour! Merci to the students who are excited to host French students arriving on Monday, October 28. We are still in need of hosts for 8 boys between the ages of 16 and 18. You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English. Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.

      Yesterday’s word was NOUVEAU. Winners:  Mrs. Roberts’ 2nd period, Mrs. Wheeler, Nick Combs, Keira Rood

      Today’s letters:  A B E N O S Y

      Wednesday, September 4

      • Congratulations to our volleyball team for their 3-0 sweep of Woodlan. The Saints improve to 6-2 overall with the win. Taya Dazey led Dwenger with 11 kills while Eve Hudson added 5 aces.
        SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17. Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Juniors and Seniors: We will have a rep from Southern Methodist University on Thursday. Next week we’ll see Anderson and St. Mary’s College. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Art Club meets Thursday at 7:15 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Girls going out for basketball who are not involved in a fall sport have a workout from 5:25 to 7:45 p.m. in the Main Gym Thursday. You must have a physical on file to work out.
      • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in the SAC Gym. This is the first sign-in meeting and dues need to be turned in.
      • Spirit Club meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 123. If you do not have a Spirit Club pass, please stop by today to get one.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Bonjour! Merci to the students who are excited to host French students arriving on Monday, October 28. We are still in need of hosts for 8 boys between the ages of 16 and 18. You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English. Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.

      Yesterday’s word was ARCHAIC.  Winners: Tommy Le

      Today’s letters: A E N O U U V

      Tuesday, September 3

      • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today in the Chapel.
      • Congratulations to both the Girl’s cross country teams, competing this past Saturday at the Penn Invitational in Mishawaka. Girls Varsity brought home their first, 1st place team finish of the season:Katie Woods medaling with a 9th place finish and Erin Strzelecki placing 1st.The Girls Junior Varsity team placed 2nd with Paige Aselage placing 8th, and Maria Cavacini placing 4th.They race next Saturday at the Marion Invitational. 
      • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on their 5-0 victory over Richmond this weekend. They are now ranked 21st in the state.
      • SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17. Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Juniors and Seniors: We will have reps from IU Ft. Wayne and Trine University visiting on Wednesday, Southern Methodist University on Thursday. Next week we’ll see Anderson and St. Mary’s College. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Bonjour!  Merci to the students who are excited to host French students arriving on Monday, October 28.We are still in need of hosts for 8 boys between the ages of 16 and 18. You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English. Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.

      Today’s letters:  A A C C H I R

      Tuesday, September 3

      • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today in the Chapel.
      • SAT/ACT prep class begins Tuesday, September 17.Registration is open for the class which is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m.Please see Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Derheimer, or Mrs. Williams with any questions.
      • Juniors and Seniors:We will have reps from IU Ft. Wayne and Trine University visiting on Wednesday, Southern Methodist University on Thursday.Next week we’ll see Anderson and St. Mary’s College.Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open.Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Bonjour!Merci to the students who are excited to host French students arriving on Monday, October 28.We are still in need of hosts for 8 boys between the ages of 16 and 18.You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English.Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.
      • Today’s letters:A A C C H I R

      Friday, August 30

      • Football parking: Because of the number of people coming to the game tonight, students are strongly encouraged to carpool. You may park at Northcrest Shopping Center, where you have parked for Grandparents’ Day, and all come in one car. Please be thoughtful and charitable! We will have many older alumni coming, grandparents, parents, etc.
      • SADD would like to remind everyone to have a safe weekend and to make good decisions.
      • Tickets for tonight’s football game will be sold in the Cafeteria for $6 each. If you buy now you won’t have to wait in line tonight. A limited quantity of white WE ARE HOME t-shirts will be sold for $10 at lunch.
      • Juniors and Seniors: We will have reps from IU Ft. Wayne and Trine University visiting on Wednesday. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Would you like to learn about French culture by hosting a French student? Mrs. Foltz is still looking for homes for eight boys arriving on Monday, October 28. You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English. Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.

      Yesterday’s word was ABOLISH. Winners: Avery Ellinger, Mrs. Robert’s 2nd period class, Derek Neuhaus, Malori Rude, Kylie Smith, Alex Brzozowski, Maggie Steele, Courtney Krohn, Olivia Sorg, Vanessa Federspiel

      Today’s letters: A A C C H I R

      Thursday, August 29

      • Tickets for Friday’s football game will be sold in the Cafeteria for $6 each. If you buy now you won’t have to wait in line tomorrow night. A limited quantity of white WE ARE HOME t-shirts will be sold for $10 at lunch tomorrow.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • Would you like to learn about French culture by hosting a French student? Mrs. Foltz is still looking for homes for eight boys arriving on Monday, October 28. You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English. Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.

      Yesterday’s word was ACRYLIC. Winners:  Nick Combs, Olyvia Adams

      Today’s letters: A B H I L O S

      Wednesday, August 28

      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at https://www.bishopdwenger.com/Drivers-Education.
      • All Saints are invited to attend the Rosary Makers Club on Wednesdays. Please bring your lunch to Pastoral Ministry and learn how to make twine rosaries.
      • Art Club has a meeting Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • FBLA has a call out meeting Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in the SAC. Come see what Future Business Leaders of America is all about.
      • S.E.A. will meet at 7:25 a.m. Thursday in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112. There will be breakfast snacks. Check in with Mrs. Walker if you cannot attend.Please pick up a hall pass today.
      • There will be a meeting Thursday at 3:10 in the Weight Room for all young men not currently in a fall sport who are interested in basketball conditioning.
      • A representative from the University of Notre Dame will be here on Thursday, August 29 at 7 p.m. in the Library. The presentation will cover such topics as admissions, student life, and financial aid. All interested students and their parents are invited to attend.
      • Would you like to learn about French culture by hosting a French student? Mrs. Foltz is still looking for homes for eight boys arriving on Monday, October 28. You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English. Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.

      Yesterday’s word was NOVELLA. Winners: Kylie Smith,Mrs. Wheeler, David LaMaster, Dominic Cruz, Karly Ewing, Xavier Aguirre, Jack Hartzog, Mrs. Yorke, Malori Rude, Alex Brzozowksi, Bella Ruden, Jose Hernandez, Mrs. Noble, Clara Burns, Anthony Palermo

      Today’s word: A C C I L R Y

      Tuesday, August 27

      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms in the Main Office, or at click here.
      • All Saints are invited to attend the Rosary Makers Club on Wednesdays. Please bring your lunch to Pastoral Ministry and learn how to make twine rosaries.
      • Art Club has a meeting Thursday at 7:20 am in Miss Yonge’s room, room 165.
      • Reps from Indiana State University, University of Notre Dame, Manchester University and Central Michigan University will be here this week. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more information and a permission slip.
      • SADD call out meeting is Wednesday at 9:30 am in the Health room.
      • FBLA has a call out meeting Thursday at 7:20 am in the SAC. Come see what Future Business Leaders of America is all about.
      • A representative from the University of Notre Dame will be here on Thursday, August 29 at 7:00 pm in the Library. The presentation will cover such topics as admissions, student life, and financial aid. All interested students and their parents are invited to attend.
      • Would you like to learn about French culture by hosting a French student? Mrs. Foltz is still looking for homes for seven boys arriving on Monday, October 28. You do not need to be taking French to host since they are coming to practice their English. Stop by to talk to Mme. Foltz in room 219 if interested.

      Yesterday’s scrambled word was EARDRUM. Winners: Kylie Smith, Maddy Schenkel, Allison Perkins, Kain Starkey, Nick Combs, Megan Strack

      Today’s letters:  A E L L N O V

      Monday, August 26

      • Congratulations to the Marching Saints! On Saturday, they earned a Gold rating and a Distinction in Visuals at the ISSMA Showcase Contest at Kokomo.
      • Congratulations to both the Girls’ Varsity and Junior Varsity Cross country teams, competing this past Saturday at the Huntington Invitational. Girls Varsity started their season strong placing second overall, with Anna Morris placing 18th, Katie Woods 17th, Nora Steele 13th and Erin Strzelecki placing 1st with a new school Record of 17:35. The Girls Junior Varsity team placed 1st with Maria Cavacini placing 11th, Paige Aselage placing 10th, Tori Rodenbeck placing 8th, Ella Grashoff placing 3rd, and Aileen Delaney placing 1st. They race next week at the Penn Invitational in Mishawaka.
      • Congratulations to our volleyball team for winning the West Noble Invitational tournament. The team secured wins over Heritage, Mishawaka, Lakewood Park, and rival Leo. Keep up the good work, ladies!
      • Congratulations to the Boys’ Cross Country team on their performance at the Huntington North Invitational. Six out of the seven varsity runners hit lifetime personal records. Atticus Wiseman led the Varsity with a time of 16:52 and Pablo Sutter led the JV with a time of 18:17.
      • The bus for Euell Wilson tutors leaves at 3:30 pm—please be on board by 3:20 pm for a short meeting before we leave.
      • Driver’s Ed registration is open. Please pick up forms after school today.
      • All Saints are invited to attend the Rosary Makers Club on Wednesdays. Please bring your lunch to Pastoral Ministry and learn how to make twine rosaries.
      • Reps from Indiana State University, University of Notre Dame, Manchester University and Central Michigan University will be here this week. Please see Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more i