Daily Announcements

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

    Monday, October 15

    • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Everyone assisting with mass Tuesday needs to be in the Main Gym by 9:30 am.Our collection will be for hurricane victims.
    • The bus for Euell Wilson tutors leaves at 3:30 pm today.
    • Saint Mother Teresa club meets Tuesday at 7:25 am in Pastoral Ministry.
    • If you are signed up for the grade school mass at the Coliseum on Wednesday, please stop by Pastoral Ministry for your permission slip.
    • Spanish Club dinner is Wednesday at 6:30 pm at Cebollas on Maplecrest. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • When counting service hours, it’s the hours you work, not transportation or orientation time.
    • Math ISTEP Prep: Morning and afternoon ISTEP prep begins this week. Attendance is mandatory. Come to your selected session. See Mrs. Noble in room 204 if you have any questions.
    • Seniors: If you are applying to a college or university with a November 1 deadline, you must request your transcript through Naviance by Monday. If you are applying to a Common App school, be sure to Match your Naviance account with your Common App account first. Also, be sure to complete your Senior Information Sheet. See your school counselor if you need any assistance.
    • Volunteers are needed to help with Purse Bingo on Saturday, November 3. Check Canvas and your student email for the Signup Genius link. Spaces are limited, so please do not sign up unless you are absolutely sure you are available to volunteer.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website... https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!

    Friday, October 12

    • Congratulations to the Freshman Football team on its 35-0 victory over Snider last night. Scoring for the Saints were Gavin Groves, Colin Vance, and Brock Stopher. Saints play their final game Monday at Northrop at 6:00 pm.
    • Volunteers are needed for all school mass on Tuesday. Please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • If you are signed up for the grade school mass at the Coliseum on Wednesday, please stop by Pastoral Ministry for your permission slip.
    • Math ISTEP Prep: Morning and afternoon ISTEP prep begins next Monday, October 15. Attendance is mandatory. Come to your selected session. See Mrs. Noble in room 204 if you have any questions.
    • Seniors: If you are applying to a college or university with a November 1 deadline, you must request your transcript through Naviance by Monday. If you are applying to a Common App school, be sure to Match your Naviance account with your Common App account first. Also, be sure to complete your Senior Information Sheet. See your school counselor if you need any assistance.
    • There are flex hours available at Erin's House. Dates and times are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm. See Mrs. Dillon in guidance for more information.
    • Volunteers are needed to help with Purse Bingo on Saturday, November 3. Check Canvas and your student email for the Signup Genius link. Spaces are limited, so please do not sign up unless you are absolutely sure you are available to volunteer.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website... https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!

    Wednesday, October 10

    • Detentions will be held today at 7:30 am and 3:10 pm.
    • Conditioning for Girls’ Basketball is cancelled for tonight.
    • Juniors and Seniors: The following colleges will send reps Thursday:Valparaiso University, Miami of Ohio, and Michigan Technical University.On Friday, reps from Ball State and Xavier will be here.
    • A representative from the University of Notre Dame will be here for an evening program on Thursday 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.
    • There are flex hours available at Erin's House. Dates and times are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.See Mrs. Dillon in guidance for more information.
    • Volunteers are needed to help with Purse Bingo on Saturday, November 3. Check Canvas and your student email for the Signup Genius link.Spaces are limited, so please do not sign up unless you are absolutely sure you are available to volunteer.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website... https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!

    Tuesday, October 9

    • Congratulations to the Lady Saints Soccer team on their 3-1 victory over Columbia City, for the Sectional Championship. Callie Burns, Kelly Connolly, and Leah Reese scored. Regionals start Saturday versus Western High School.
    • All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will be taking the PSAT test on Wednesday, October 10. Come prepared by getting a good night’s sleep, eating a good breakfast, and bring two #2 pencils, erasers, and accepted calculator. Do not bring your computer, smart watch, etc. into the testing rooms—keep them in your locker. Testing locations are posted around the school. Look to find yours. Seniors have a “College Go!” day to work on college applications, essays, or even complete a campus visit.
    • The Test Center will NOT be open on Wednesday for makeup tests.
    • Due to the PSAT on Wednesday, detentions will be held Thursday at 7:30 am and 3:10 pm.
    • Does learning about the Egyptian pharaohs or hearing stories about mummies interest you? If so stop by the library on Thursday, October 11th at 7:30 for DONUTS and to talk about the academic team. English, Fine Arts, Science, Math, and History coaches will all be there to explain this year’s topic: The Fertile Crescent and how academic teams work. It’s not a lot of time before or after school, 3 competitions in the spring, and a lot of fun. Stop by to learn more!
    • Juniors and Seniors: The following colleges will send reps Thursday: Valparaiso University, Miami of Ohio, and Michigan Technical University. On Friday, reps from Ball State and Xavier will be here.
    • A representative from the University of Notre Dame will be here for an evening program on Thursday 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.
    • Volunteers are needed to help with Purse Bingo on Saturday, November 3. Check Canvas and your student email for the Signup Genius link. Spaces are limited, so please do not sign up unless you are absolutely sure you are available to volunteer.
    • There are flex hours available at Erin's House. Dates and times are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30-8:30. See Mrs. Dillon in guidance for more information.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website... https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!

    Monday, October 8

    • Fr. Jay will be here for Reconciliation today during all lunch periods. No confessions on Wednesday due to PSAT.
    • Congratulations to the Lady Saints Soccer team on their 3-1 victory over Columbia City, for the Section Championship. Callie Burns, Kelly Connolly, and Leah Reese scored. Regionals start Saturday versus Western High School.
    • Congratulations to both the Girls and Boys Cross country teams, competing this past Saturday at Sectionals. The Girls Varsity team will be moving onto Regionals next weekend after placing 3rd, with Katie Woods leading the team placing 4th. Unfortunately, while the Boys Varsity team did not qualify, but five Saints did qualify as individuals to move onto Regionals: Emmet Delaney, Isaiah Wiseman, Liam Row, Max Simcox and Atticus Wiseman. Regionals will be held this coming Saturday at West Noble High School.
    • The blood drive is Tuesday. If you are donating, eat a big breakfast with protein, bring your driver’s license and permission slip, and wait for a runner to come to your classroom to get you. Thanks for the gift of life.
    • Golden Trumpet meets tomorrow (Tuesday) at 7:20 am.
    • All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will be taking the PSAT test on Wednesday, October 10. Come prepared by getting a good night’s sleep, eating a good breakfast, and bring two #2 pencils, erasers, and accepted calculator. Do not bring your computer, smart watch, etc. into the testing rooms—keep them in your locker. Testing locations are posted around the school. Look to find yours. Seniors have a “College Go!” day to work on college applications, essays, or even complete a campus visit.
    • Does learning about the Egyptian pharaohs or hearing stories about mummies interest you? If so stop by the library on Thursday, October 11th at 7:30 am for DONUTS and to talk about the academic team. English, Fine Art’s, Science, Math, and History coaches will all be there to explain this year’s topic: The Fertile Crescent and how academic teams work. It’s not a lot of time before or after school, 3 competitions in the spring, and a lot of fun. Stop by to learn more!
    • Students 16 and up who wish to donate blood, please see Mrs. Yorke regarding your new permission slips.
    • Volunteers are needed to usher for the Allen County Right to Life banquet on Monday from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm. These count for list hours and dinner is included. See Mrs. Yorke to sign up.
    • Juniors and Seniors: The following colleges will send reps on Monday: Defiance College and Albion College. On Tuesday look for reps from Indiana State and DePauw. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Volunteers are needed to help with Purse Bingo on Saturday, November 3. Check Canvas and your student email for the Signup Genius link. Spaces are limited, so please do not sign up unless you are absolutely sure you are available to volunteer.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website... https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!

    Friday, October 5

    • There is a heavy traffic advisory for Coliseum Boulevard and Parnell Avenue tonight due to the sold-out Thomas Rhett concert that begins at 7:30 pm with doors opening at 6:00 pm.  The Coliseum is advising to seek alternative routes to avoid the area. Unfortunately, this coincides with the travel window to Zollner for the football game.
      Please leave early and plan a route that avoids the War Memorial Coliseum area.
    • Congratulations to the Freshman Football team on its victory over Bishop Luers last night.Scoring for the Saints were:Henry O’Keefe, Gavin Groves, Rocco Ciocca, K.J. Tippmann, Joe Bulanda, and Ryan Ward. We practice Saturday from 8 to 10 a.m.
    • Saints are invited to participate in the Memorial for the Unborn at the Catholic Cemetery on Lake Avenue this Sunday at 2:00 pm. The Coast to Coast Rosary begins at 2:30 pm.
    • All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will be taking the PSAT test on Wednesday, October 10. Come prepared by getting a good night’s sleep, eating a good breakfast, and bring 2 #2 pencils, erasers, and accepted calculator. Do not bring your computer, smart watch, etc. into the testing rooms—keep them in your locker. Testing locations are posted around the school.Look to find yours.Seniors have a “College Go!” day to work on college applications, essays, or even complete a campus visit.
    • Sophomores:Students who didn’t change passwords for PowerSchool from last year need to come to the Help Desk, Mrs. Dillon in Guidance, or Mrs. Polhamus to change their passwords either before school, during lunch, or after school.Please make your password the same for PowerSchool and Canvas.You have until Friday, or we will change your password for you.
    • Does learning about the Egyptian pharaohs or hearing stories about mummies interest you? If so stop by the library on Thursday, October 11th at 7:30 for DONUTS and to talk about the academic team. English, Fine Art’s, Science, Math, and History coaches will all be there to explain this year’s topic: The Fertile Crescent and how academic teams work. It’s not a lot of time before or after school, 3 competitions in the spring, and a lot of fun. Stop by to learn more!
    • Students 16 and up who wish to donate blood, please see Mrs. Yorke regarding your new permission slips.
    • Volunteers are needed to usher for the Allen County Right to Life banquet on Monday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.These count for list hours and dinner is included.See Mrs. Yorke to sign up.
    • Juniors and Seniors:The following colleges will send reps on Monday:Defiance College and Albion College.On Tuesday look for reps from Indiana State and DePauw. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • The Development Office is in need of student volunteers to serve dinner to our Hall of Fame guests this Saturday, October 6.This counts for NHS or BD Ambassador service.Check your student email and Canvas for the Signup Genius link.Any questions, contact Mrs. Schreck in Development.
    • Volunteers are needed to help with Purse Bingo on Saturday, November 3.Check Canvas and your student email for the Signup Genius link.Spaces are limited, so please do not sign up unless you are absolutely sure you are available to volunteer.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website... https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!
    • WFFT FOX 55 and the Basement Doctor are sponsoring a Canned Food Drive this Friday at the Dwenger vs Snider Football Game. Basement Doctor will park a vehicle at both entrances at Zollner beginning at 5:30 pm. The first 200 Dwenger fans who give a can of food or a $1 donation, will receive a set of “Dwengerized” eye black for the game! Basement Doctor will collect food and any cash donations and deliver to the Community Harvest Food Bank - Fort Wayne. We are grateful for your support of our community! So, come and show your BD spirit this Friday! Gates open at 6:00 pm, Cross Country Team Seniors will be recognized at 6:30 pm and the 1983 State Championship Football Team will be recognized at half-time, and enjoy the Marching Saints Show, “The Spirit Tree.” Football kick-off is at 7:00 pm. Go SAINTS!

    Wednesday, October 3

    • The Library will be closed before and after school for teacher training today.
    • S.E.A will meet today at 7:25 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. in room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room. Come for the snacks, stay for the cause.
    • All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will be taking the PSAT test on Wednesday, October 10. Come prepared by getting a good night’s sleep, eating a good breakfast, and bring two #2 pencils, erasers, and accepted calculator. Do not bring your computer, smart watch, etc. into the testing rooms—keep them in your locker. Testing locations are posted around the school. Look to find yours. Seniors have a “College Go!” day to work on college applications, essays, or even complete a campus visit.
    • Sophomores: Students who didn’t change passwords for Powerschool from last year need to come to the Help Desk, Mrs. Dillon in Guidance, or Mrs. Polhamus to change their passwords either before school, during lunch, or after school. Please make your password the same for Powerschool and Canvas. You have until Friday, or we will change your password for you.
    • Students 16 and up who wish to donate blood, please see Mrs. Yorke regarding your new permission slips.
    • FBLA meets Friday at 7:20 a.m. in the SAC gym.
    • Volunteers are needed to usher for the Allen County Right to Life banquet on Monday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. This counts for list hours and dinner is included. See Mrs. Yorke to sign up.
    • Math ISTEP morning and afternoon session signups begin on Wednesday for Seniors only. Thursday Juniors sign up. Go to room 204 before or after school or during your math class.
    • Hosting French students? We will have a short meeting in Mme. Foltz’s room 219 after school today. This is important, so please plan to attend.Thank you.
    • Juniors and Seniors: The following colleges will send reps on Monday: Defiance College and Albion College. On Tuesday look for reps from Indiana State and DePauw. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.
    • The Development Office is in need of student volunteers to serve dinner to our Hall of Fame guests this Saturday, October 6. This counts for NHS or BD Ambassador service. Check your student email and Canvas for the Signup Genius link. Any questions, contact Mrs. Schreck in Development.
    • Volunteers are needed to help with Purse Bingo on Saturday, November 3.Check Canvas and your student email for the Signup Genius link.Spaces are limited, so please do not sign up unless you are absolutely sure you are available to volunteer.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website... https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!
    • WFFT FOX 55 and the Basement Doctor are sponsoring a Canned Food Drive this Friday at the Dwenger vs Snider Football Game. Basement Doctor will park a vehicle at both entrances at Zollner beginning at 5:30 pm. The first 200 Dwenger fans who give a can of food or a $1 donation, will receive a set of “Dwengerized” eye black for the game! Basement Doctor will collect food and any cash donations and deliver to the Community Harvest Food Bank - Fort Wayne. We are grateful for your support of our community! So, come and show your BD spirit this Friday! Gates open at 6:00 pm, Cross Country Team Seniors will be recognized at 6:30 pm and the 1983 State Championship Football Team will be recognized at half-time, and enjoy the Marching Saints Show, “The Spirit Tree.” Football kick-off is at 7:00 pm. Go SAINTS!

    Tuesday, October 2

    • Sorry, no confessions today. Friday morning mass begins this Friday at 7:05 a.m. and continue through December.
    • The Library will be closed before and after school for teacher training on Thursday.
    • S.E.A will meet on Thursday at 7:25 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. in room 112, Mrs. Walker’s room. Come for the snacks, stay for the cause.
    • Sophomores:Students who didn’t change passwords for Powerschool from last year need to come to the Help Desk, Mrs. Dillon in Guidance, or Mrs. Polhamus to change their passwords either before school, during lunch, or after school.Please make your password the same for Powerschool and Canvas. You have until Friday, or we will change your password for you.
    • Students 16 and up who wish to donate blood, please see Mrs. Yorke regarding your new permission slips.
    • Swim and Dive Team conditioning will begin Tuesday and will go every Tuesday and Thursday morning for five weeks, until practice begins for the boys’ team. Meet in the large gym at 6 a.m. and be dressed appropriately.
    • Math ISTEP morning and afternoon session signups begin on Wednesday for Seniors only. Thursday Juniors sign up.Go to room 204 before or after school or during your math class.
    • Rosary makers, please bring your lunch to Pastoral Ministry on Wednesday.
    • Rosary for Life starts at 7:25 a.m. Thursday.
    • Spanish Club breakfast and conversation at 7:20 a.m. Thursday in Sra. Voelker’s room. All students in any Spanish class are welcome. Sign up for food outside room 215.
    • Jostens will be here at BD on Thursday, Oct 4 during all lunches to take freshman and senior orders. Please be sure to have a deposit ready if you are making a large purchase.Seniors--Please remember you must order cap, gown and 2019 tassel.
    • Students hosting French students: We will have a short meeting in Mme. Foltz’s room 219 after school Thursday. This is important, so please plan to attend. Thank you.
    • Volunteers are needed to help lead our all school rosary on Friday. If you know a foreign language and would like to help, please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Volunteers are needed for the grade school mass at the Memorial Coliseum on October 17 from 8:45 to 2 p.m. Lunch will be provided.Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • The Development Office is in need of student volunteers to serve dinner to our Hall of Fame guests this Saturday, October 6. This counts for NHS or BD Ambassador service. Check your student email and Canvas for the Signup Genius link. Any questions, contact Mrs. Schreck in Development.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website... https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!
    • WFFT FOX 55 and the Basement Doctor are sponsoring a Canned Food Drive this Friday at the Dwenger vs Snider Football Game. Basement Doctor will park a vehicle at both entrances at Zollner beginning at 5:30 pm. The first 200 Dwenger fans who give a can of food or a $1 donation, will receive a set of “Dwengerized” eye black for the game! Basement Doctor will collect food and any cash donations and deliver to the Community Harvest Food Bank - Fort Wayne. We are grateful for your support of our community! So, come and show your BD spirit this Friday! Gates open at 6:00 pm, Cross Country Team Seniors will be recognized at 6:30 pm and the 1983 State Championship Football Team will be recognized at half-time, and enjoy the Marching Saints Show, “The Spirit Tree.” Football kick-off is at 7:00 pm. Go SAINTS!

    Tuesday, October 2

    • Students 16 and up who wish to donate blood, please see Mrs. Yorke regarding your new permission slips.
    • Swim and Dive Team conditioning will begin Tuesday and will go every Tuesday and Thursday morning for five weeks, until practice begins for the boys’ team. Meet in the large gym at 6:00 am and be dressed appropriately.
    • Math ISTEP morning and afternoon session signups begin on Wednesday for Seniors only. Thursday Juniors sign up. Go to room 204 before or after school or during your math class.
    • Rosary makers, please bring your lunch to Pastoral Ministry on Wednesday.
    • Students hosting French students: We will have a short meeting in Mme. Foltz’s room 219 after school Thursday. This is important, so please plan to attend. Thank you.
    • Jostens will be here at BD on Thursday, Oct. 4 during all lunches to take freshman and senior orders. Please be sure to have a deposit ready if you are making a large purchase.
      Seniors-- Please remember you must order cap, gown and 2019 tassel
    • Volunteers are needed to help lead our all school rosary on Friday. If you know a foreign language and would like to help, please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Volunteers are needed for the grade school mass at the Memorial Coliseum on October 17 from 8:45 am to 2:00 pm. Lunch will be provided. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • The Development Office is in need of student volunteers to serve dinner to our Hall of Fame guests this Saturday, October 6. This counts for NHS or BD Ambassador service. Check your student email and Canvas for the Signup Genius link. Any questions, contact Mrs. Schreck in Development.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!

    Monday, October 1

    • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Congratulations to both the Girls and Boys Cross country teams, competing this past Saturday at the SAC Conference Meet. The Girls Varsity won the SAC Championship, with Erin Strzelecki earning her 2nd SAC title, and with Katie Woods placing 3rd. The Girls JV placed 1st as well – Led by Natalee Vogan, the JV girls dominated by placing 8 runners in the top 10. The Boys Varsity placed 4th, led by Emmett Delaney placing 8th. The Boys JV team placed 1st, led by Max Simcox placing 2nd! Both teams compete this coming weekend at Sectionals held at Northrop.
    • Congratulations to the Tennis Team on their 5-0 victory over Concordia Friday, making them Sectional Champs. The team plays at Carroll Tuesday at 4:15 pm in the first round of Regionals. Good luck!
    • Swim and Dive Team conditioning will begin Tuesday and will go every Tuesday and Thursday morning for five weeks, until practice begins for the boys’ team. Meet in the large gym at 6 a.m. and be dressed appropriately.
    • Volunteers are needed to help lead our all school rosary on Friday. If you know a foreign language and would like to help, please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Volunteers are needed for the grade school mass at the Memorial Coliseum on October 17 from 8:45 am to 2:00 pm. Lunch will be provided. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • The Development Office is in need of student volunteers to serve dinner to our Hall of Fame guests this Saturday, October 6. This counts for NHS or BD Ambassador service. Check your student email and Canvas for the Signup Genius link. Any questions, contact Mrs. Schreck in Development.
    • Registration is open now for the National March for Life Jan. 17, 2019; apply through the diocese website. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life
    • As we begin to celebrate all things Bishop Dwenger, it is also time to give thanks for our awesome teachers by nominating a teacher for the Light of Learning Award. The nomination form outlines the qualifications for a teacher and also lists those teachers who have been honored in the past five years. Please carefully consider a teacher who has made an impact on your life. Students, parents, teachers, and staff can all make nominations. Nomination forms and a list of eligible teachers can be found on the BD website or on CANVAS. All nominations and letters should be turned into the front office by Monday, October 15, 2018! Thank you!

    Thursday, September 27

    • Congratulations to Andrew Nuerge, Brayden LaPan, and Adam Yaggy on making first team All-Conference in Tennis. David Beier and Ricky Nill made second team All-Conference. The Tennis Team plays its first round of Sectionals tonight at Zollner at 5:15 pm. Good luck!
    • S.E.A. meets at 7:25 am and 3:25 pm Thursday in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112. Topic is Something Better? Snacks will be provided.
    • Battle of the Bishops Parking information: Doan Drive at Bishop Luers will be closed from Noll Avenue all the way to the Bishop Luers gym. If you choose to park in the main lot you must enter via Paulding Road. Free parking is available at Connolly’s Hardware behind Kroger in Southgate. Enter from Calhoun Street or Petit Street and walk to the North Ticket Booth. Paid parking for $3 per car is available at Unity School located west of the stadium.
    • Swim and Dive Team conditioning will begin Tuesday, October 2 and will go every Tuesday and Thursday morning for five weeks, until practice begins for the boys team. Meet in the large gym at 6:00 am and be dressed appropriately.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Volunteers are needed for the grade school mass at the Memorial Coliseum on October 17 from 8:45 am to 2:00 pm. Lunch will be provided. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • FBLA Juniors and Seniors: Sign-ups are available for JA Finance Park volunteers. 
    • The Annual Tee for St. V golf outing is coming up on September 29 and they have some service opportunities for students to help out at the golf outing. The link is https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080b4fafa72aa0f49...
    • Seniors: IU Fort Wayne will waive their application fee this week. If you apply to IU Fort Wayne using IU’s Shared Online Application, you can also apply to other IU campuses, including IU Bloomington, using this fee waiver. Check your Canvas announcements for more info. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Reps from these colleges will be here next week: Monday=Wabash and the University of Indianapolis, Tuesday=Dayton and Concordia University of Ann Arbor, Wednesday=Hope College and the University of Evansville, Thursday= IU Bloomington. See Canvas for times and Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.

    Wednesday, September 26

    • Congratulations to the Lady Saints on their defeat of Northside 3-0 and becoming SAC Champs! McKenna Kleinrichert, Leah Reese, and Bethany Rorick scored goals.
    • Spanish Club Conversation Breakfast is Thursday at 7:20 am in room 215. Sign up on the bulletin board outside the door.
    • S.E.A. meets at 7:25 am and 3:25 pm Thursday in Mrs. Walker’s room, room 112. Topic is Something Better? Snacks will be provided.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Volunteers are needed for the grade school mass at the Memorial Coliseum on October 17 from 8:45 am to 2:00 pm. Lunch will be provided. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • FBLA Juniors and Seniors: Sign-ups are available for JA Finance Park volunteers. Seniors: Sign-ups are available for the Saint Francis Business Symposium.
    • The Annual Tee for St. V golf outing is coming up on September 29th and they have some service opportunities for students to help out at the golf outing. The link is https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080b4fafa72aa0f49...
    • Seniors: IU Fort Wayne will waive their application fee this week. If you apply to IU Fort Wayne using IU’s Shared Online Application, you can also apply to other IU campuses, including IU Bloomington, using this fee waiver. Check your Canvas announcements for more info. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Juniors and Seniors: Reps from these colleges will be here next week: Monday=Wabash and the University of Indianapolis, Tuesday=Dayton and Concordia University of Ann Arbor, Wednesday=Hope College and the University of Evansville, Thursday= IU Bloomington. See Canvas for times and Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for a permission slip.

    Tuesday, September 25

    • Congratulations to the Boys’ JV soccer team on their 3-1 defeat of Carroll last night.Jaime Chiqui scored 2 goals and Henry Getty scored one.Good job, Boys!
    • Spanish Club Conversation Breakfast is Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in room 215.Sign up on the bulletin board outside the door.
    • Jostens will be here today for sales meeting for freshmen and seniors.Teachers, please bring freshmen during 2nd period and seniors during 3rd period.
    • Juniors and Seniors:Volunteers are needed for the grade school mass at the Memorial Coliseum on October 17 from 8:45 to 2 p.m.Lunch will be provided.Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • FBLA Juniors and Seniors:Sign-ups are available for JA Finance Park volunteers.Seniors:Sign-ups are available for the Saint Francis Business Symposium.
    • The Annual Tee for St. V golf outing is coming up on September 29th and they have some service opportunities for students to help out at the golf outing. The link is https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080b4fafa72aa0f49...
    • Seniors:IU Fort Wayne will waive their application fee this week.If you apply to IU Fort Wayne using IU’s Shared Online Application, you can also apply to other IU campuses, including IU Bloomington, using this fee waiver.Check your Canvas announcements for more info.See your guidance counselor with any questions.

    Monday, September 24

    • Congratulations to the BD Marching Saints on placing 3rd at Snider's Invitational at Saint Francis University. They will have a competition this Saturday at Homestead. Come out and support our Marching Saints!
    • Fr. Jay will be here to offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Spanish Club Conversation Breakfast in Mrs. Voelker's room, room 215. Sign-up is on the bulletin board next to her door. 
    • Attention Juniors and Seniors! Volunteers needed for Grade School Mass at the Memorial Coliseum to be held October 17. Volunteers will depart BD at 8:45 am and return at 2:00 pm. Lunch is provided. Please sign-up outside Pastoral Ministry. 
    • Juniors and Seniors: The following colleges will be here this week;
                Monday, September 24, Ohio State University/Lima Branch at 12:00 pm, 5th
                period.
                Tuesday, September 25, University of Toldeo at 8:00 am 1st period.
      See guidance for more information or a permission slip. 
    • Beginning Monday, September 24th, the Spirit Club will be selling Saintuary long sleeve dry-fit shirts.There is a Senior Shirt, an underclassmen shirt, and a limited edition shirt.You are welcome to buy one, two, or all three styles (if you are a 2019 graduate!).Shirt sales will take place in the main office lobby from 7:30 till 7:45 and during all lunches from Monday through Thursday.The cost of each shirt "class" shirt is $25.00 and the "limited edition" cotton shirt is $20.00 by either cash or check.Please have checks made out to Bishop Dwenger High School.Order forms will be available at the sale tables.The Spirit Club appreciates your support!

    Thursday, September 20

    • Congratulations to the Varsity Boys’ Soccer team on defeating Snider 2-1. Tobi Eke and Jack Miller scored goals.
    • Congratulations to the JV Boys’ Soccer on their victory over Snider 3-1. Evan Komrska, Corbin Till, and Anthony Ventruella scored for Dwenger.
    • Congratulations Lady Saints on defeating Snider 6-0. Emma Farrar, Mackenzie Christle, and Ava Panza scored goals.
    • Newspaper page editors, please come Friday morning to edit your pages.
    • A reminder for Friday night’s football game at Zollner:Bishop Dwenger fans will sit on the visitor side.
    • Spanish Club has its conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas at 6:30 pm. Thursday. Please join us for friends, food, and fun.
    • French Club meets Friday at 7:15 am in Mme. Foltz’s room, room 219. We will have croissants and talk about French music.
    • Homecoming tailgate Friday night begins at 5:00 pm inside Zollner stadium. Food trucks will be there including Affine, Big Apple Pizza, Whip & Chill, and Ziffles. Live music performed by some of your fellow students. Please join us!
    • FBLA Juniors and Seniors: Sign-ups are available for JA Finance Park volunteers. Seniors: Sign-ups are available for the Saint Francis Business Symposium.
    • There will be a call out meeting for swimmers and divers in Mrs. Roberts’ room Thursday to discuss the upcoming season, conditioning, and weight lifting. If you are involved in a fall sport and can’t make it please see Coach O’Sullivan or Roberts so you can be added to the team Canvas page.
    • Here’s an exciting opportunity! Have you ever thought about hosting a student from abroad? There will be 18 students coming from Strasbourg, France to visit BD from October 29 to November 8. We are still looking for homes for 2 boys.You do not need to speak French or be taking French to host. They are here to learn English. See Mrs. Foltz in room 219 for more information.
    • FBLA members: Signups are available in room 115 for NFLC in Chicago. Turn dues into Mrs. Weadock and pick up a welcome letter.
    • Art Club meets Monday after school until 4:00 pm in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • College reps visiting this week: we will see on Wednesday Wittenberg University, and on Thursday Indiana Tech and Huntington University will be represented. Please see Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Saturday, September 22nd Marching Saints compete at Saint Francis. Please come out and support your Marching Saints!
    • The Annual Tee for St. V golf outing is coming up on September 29th and they have some service opportunities for students to help out at the golf outing. The link is https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080b4fafa72aa0f49...
    • Seniors: IU Fort Wayne will waive their application fee the week of September 24-28. If you apply to IU Fort Wayne using IU’s Shared Online Application, you can also apply to other IU campuses, including IU Bloomington, using this fee waiver. Check your Canvas announcements for more info. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Homecoming week schedule: Wednesday=Disney and Tournament Day, Thursday=Beach Day, Friday=Spirit Day.

    Wednesday, September 19

    • The Test Center will close today during the tournament festivities but will reopen at 3:00 pm for testers.
    • Newspaper page editors, please come Thursday or Friday morning to edit your pages.
    • A reminder for Friday night’s football game at Zollner: Bishop Dwenger fans will sit on the visitor side.
    • Spanish Club has its conversation dinner at Dos Margaritas at 6:30 pm Thursday. Please join us for friends, food, and fun.
    • FBLA Juniors and Seniors: Sign-ups are available for JA Finance Park volunteers. Seniors: Sign-ups are available for the Saint Francis Business Symposium.
    •  See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady with any questions.
    • Remember, there is no Project Linus this week due to Tournament Day.
    • Spirit Club passes are available for members that have not picked one up yet.Stop by Miss Wolf's room to get your hall pass. This is also a reminder that our next meeting is Thursday at 7:20 am in room 123.
    • There will be a call out meeting for swimmers and divers in Mrs. Roberts’ room Thursday to discuss the upcoming season, conditioning, and weight lifting. If you are involved in a fall sport and can’t make it please see Coach O’Sullivan or Roberts so you can be added to the team Canvas page.
    • Here’s an exciting opportunity! Have you ever thought about hosting a student from abroad? There will be 18 students coming from Strasbourg, France to visit BD from October 29 to November 8. We are still looking for homes for 2 boys. You do not need to speak French or be taking French to host. They are here to learn English. See Mrs. Foltz in room 219 for more information.
    • Key Club members should use Sign up Genius on Canvas for upcoming service opportunities such as Bingo at Kingston.
    • FBLA members: Signups are available in room 115 for NFLC in Chicago.Turn dues into Mrs. Weadock and pick up a welcome letter.
    • Art Club meets Monday after school until 4:00 pm in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • College reps visiting this week: we will see on Wednesday Wittenberg University, and on Thursday Indiana Tech and Huntington University will be represented. Please see Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Saturday, September 22nd Marching Saints compete at Saint Francis. Please come out and support your Marching Saints!
    • The Annual Tee for St. V golf outing is coming up on September 29th and they have some service opportunities for students to help out at the golf outing. The link is https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080b4fafa72aa0f49...
    • Seniors: IU Fort Wayne will waive their application fee the week of September 24-28. If you apply to IU Fort Wayne using IU’s Shared Online Application, you can also apply to other IU campuses, including IU Bloomington, using this fee waiver. Check your Canvas announcements for more info. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Homecoming week schedule:Wednesday=Disney and Tournament Day, Thursday=Beach Day, Friday=Spirit Day.

    Tuesday, September 18

    • Congratulations to the Tennis team on their victory over #20 ranked Leo 3-2 last night. Andrew Nuerge, Brayden LaPan, and Adam Yaggy all won their singles matches. The team is now 16-3 and end their regular season play tonight at Ball State versus Muncie Burris. Good luck!
    • If you are the captain of a fall team, please see Miss Wolf today for info about the pep session.
    • Key Club: We still need help for the volleyball tournament tomorrow. If you can help, see Mrs. Dillon or Mrs. Bleeke today.
    • Would you like to have the chance to participate in one of the activities during the pep session? Stop by Miss Wolf’s room (room 123) to put your name in the drawing for the chance to play! You need to show your school ID to put your name in the grade level drawing. The names for game participants will be drawn during the pep session on Friday.
    • Poetry Club meets after school today in Mrs. Peters’ room, room 103. All are welcome.
    • FBLA Juniors and Seniors: Sign-ups are available for JA Finance Park volunteers. Seniors: Sign-ups are available for the Saint Francis Business Symposium.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a college class on campus in the afternoons, please see Miss McGuire if you want to stay for Tournament Day on Wednesday. You will need to report to the library during the periods you don’t have a BD class.
    • Wrestlers: Conditioning starts at 3:00 pm today outside the weight room.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are still spots available in the SAT/ACT prep class that meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm starting Tuesday, September 18. Registration forms are on the web site at http://www.bishopdwenger.com/Data/Accounts/Files/1/SAT-ACTRegistration-Fallltr2018.pdfSee Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady with any questions.
    • Remember, there is no Project Linus this week due to Tournament Day.
    • SADD meets Wednesday at 7:30 am in the Health room.
    • Spirit Club passes are available for members that have not picked one up yet. Stop by Miss Wolf's room to get your hall pass. This is also a reminder that our next meeting is this Thursday, September 20th at 7:20 am in room 123.
    • There will be a call out meeting for swimmers and divers in Mrs. Roberts’ room Thursday to discuss the upcoming season, conditioning, and weight lifting. If you are involved in a fall sport and can’t make it please see Coach O’Sullivan or Roberts so you can be added to the team Canvas page.
    • Here’s an exciting opportunity! Have you ever thought about hosting a student from abroad? There will be 18 students coming from Strasbourg, France to visit BD from October 29 to November 8. We are still looking for homes for 2 boys. You do not need to speak French or be taking French to host. They are here to learn English. See Mrs. Foltz in room 219 for more information.
    • Key Club members should use Sign up Genius on Canvas for upcoming service opportunities such as Bingo at Kingston.
    • FBLA members: Signups are available in room 115 for NFLC in Chicago. Turn dues into Mrs. Weadock and pick up a welcome letter.
    • College reps visiting this week: we will see on Wednesday Wittenberg University, and on Thursday Indiana Tech and Huntington University will be represented. Please see Guidance for a permission slip.
    • Saturday, September 22nd Marching Saints compete at Saint Francis. Please come out and support your Marching Saints!
    • The Annual Tee for St. V golf outing is coming up on September 29th and they have some service opportunities for students to help out at the golf outing. The link is https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080b4fafa72aa0f49...
    • Seniors: IU Fort Wayne will waive their application fee the week of September 24-28. If you apply to IU Fort Wayne using IU’s Shared Online Application, you can also apply to other IU campuses, including IU Bloomington, using this fee waiver. Check your Canvas announcements for more info. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Homecoming week schedule: Wednesday=Disney and Tournament Day, Thursday=Beach Day,  Friday=Spirit Day.

    Monday, September 17

    • Congratulations to the Girls and Boys Cross Country teams who competed Saturday at the West Noble Invitational. Girls Varsity repeated their 1st place victory with Erin Strzelecki placing 1st and Nora Steele placing 5th. Boys Varsity placed 6th, led by Liam Row placing 28th. Both teams compete this coming weekend at the New Haven Invitational at the Plex.
    • Congratulations to the Marching Saints for achieving 3rd place at DeKalb’s Invitational last Saturday.
    • FBLA Juniors and Seniors: Sign-ups are available for JA Finance Park volunteers. Seniors: Sign-ups are available for the Saint Francis Business Symposium.
    • Seniors: If you are taking a college class on campus in the afternoons, please see Miss McGuire if you want to stay for Tournament Day on Wednesday. You will need to report to the library during the periods you don’t have a BD class.
    • Juniors and Seniors: There are still spots available in the SAT/ACT prep class that meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm starting next Tuesday, September 18. Registration forms are on the web site here. See Mrs. Derheimer, Mrs. Williams, or Mrs. Brady with any questions.
    • Remember, there is no Project Linus this week due to Tournament Day.
    • Spirit Club passes are available for members that have not picked one up yet. Stop by Miss Wolf's room to get your hall pass. This is also a reminder that our next meeting is this Thursday, September 20th at 7:20 am in room 123.
    • There will be a call out meeting for swimmers and divers in Mrs. Roberts’ room Thursday to discuss the upcoming season, conditioning, and weight lifting.If you are involved in a fall sport and can’t make it please see Coach O’Sullivan or Roberts so you can be added to the team Canvas page.
    • Here’s an exciting opportunity! Have you ever thought about hosting a student from abroad? There will be 18 students coming from Strasbourg, France to visit BD from October 29 to November 8. We are still looking for homes for 2 boys. You do not need to speak French or be taking French to host. They are here to learn English. See Mrs. Foltz in room 219 for more information.
    • Key Club members should use Sign up Genius on Canvas for upcoming service opportunities such as Bingo at Kingston and the Settlers booth at Johnny Appleseed.
    • FBLA members: Signups are available in room 115 for NFLC in Chicago and to hear Frank Abagnale speak at Purdue Fort Wayne. Turn dues into Mrs. Weadock and pick up a welcome letter.
    • College reps visiting this week: we will see Baldwin Wallace and IUPUI on Monday, and on Tuesday the University of Findley, Wednesday Wittenberg University, and on Thursday Indiana Tech and Huntington University will be represented. Please see Guidance for a permission slip.
    • The Annual Tee for St. V golf outing is coming up on September 29th and they have some service opportunities for students to help out at the golf outing. The link is https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080b4fafa72aa0f49...
    • Seniors: IU Fort Wayne will waive their application fee the week of September 24-28. If you apply to IU Fort Wayne using IU’s Shared Online Application, you can also apply to other IU campuses, including IU Bloomington, using this fee waiver. Check your Canvas announcements for more info. See your guidance counselor with any questions.

    Thursday, September 14

    • Congratulations to the Lady Saints Varsity Soccer team on their victory over Leo 5-1. Leah Reese, Mackenzie Christle, Ava Panza, Callie Burns, and Emma Farrar scored goals.
    • Congratulations to the Boys’ Varsity Soccer team on their victory over Blackhawk Christian last night 3-0. Tobi Eke had 2 goas, and Ethan Bruns also scored. Way to go!
    • FBLA Juniors and Seniors: Sign-ups are availab