ALERT
January 21 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day - We will be in session

Daily Announcements

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

    Friday, December 14

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

    Thursday, December 13

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

    Wednesday, December 12

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

    Tuesday, December 11

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

    Monday, December 10

    • Kudos to the Speech Team who took a small group of 12 students and still earned 5th out of 25 schools at Plymouth. Top scores came from Jonah Renfrow, Emma Cartwright, and Eli Loxton.
    • The bus for Euell Wilson will depart from the Grotto today at 3:30 pm, returning by 5:30 pm.
    • JV wrestlers: the bus for the Snider meet leaves at 4:30 pm tonight. Check the list outside the locker room to see who is going. All others to practice as normal.
    • Science Academic Team meets Tuesday at 7:00 am in room 225, the Physics room. There will be treats and all are welcome.
    • Spirit Club meets Tuesday at 7:20 am in room 123.
    • Come party with Project Linus Tuesday after school in Mr. Conroy’s room. Join us for ice cream, cake, and a Christmas craft project.
    • We are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18. Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.
    • Football players: Do you still need to turn in equipment? See Coach Garrett.
    • Wednesday, December 12, during all lunch periods is the last chance for Seniors to get their school pictures retaken. These pictures are used for the Yearbook, as well as at Baccalaureate and Graduation. Gentlemen, you must wear suit jackets and ties. Ladies, you may not wear sleeveless dresses. All dress code guidelines apply. If you have any questions, email Mrs. Schriner at jschriner@bishopdwenger.com or call at (260) 496-4714.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Friday, December 7

    • Congratulations to our Students of the Month for November: Camille Ice for Visual Arts, Eliza Gustafson for English, Ryan Richardson for Math, Megan Palmer for Theology, Victoria Topalov for World Languages, Skyler Charleston for Business, Hannah Zedaker for Social Studies, Brennan Hensler for PE/Health, Jonah Renfrow for Science, Ben Miles for Performing Arts, and Joe Tippmann for Citizenship.
    • Congratulations to the Sporter Rifle Team on their victory against Culver with a score of 886 to 754. Vincent Yanko, Elise Huhn, and Joseph Neireiter had the top 3 scores. The Precision Rifle Team won their match with a score of 1164 to 1100. Samantha Shultz, Mackenzie Miller, and Katherine Beuchel were the top 3.
    • Christmas Formal tickets are $20 per person and will be sold Tuesday through Thursday before and after school outside the office and during lunch in the Cafeteria. Ticket prices go up to $25 on Friday. No sales at the dance. Parking is $6 CASH only at the Coliseum.
    • We are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18. Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.
    • Wednesday, December 12, during all lunch periods is the last chance for Seniors to get their school pictures retaken. These pictures are used for the Yearbook, as well as at Baccalaureate and Graduation. Gentlemen, you must wear suit jackets and ties. Ladies, you may not wear sleeveless dresses. All dress code guidelines apply. If you have any questions, email Mrs. Schriner at jschriner@bishopdwenger.com or call at (260) 496-4714.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Thursday, December 6

    • Varsity Football players have a brief meeting in the Weight Room at 3:05 pm today. If unable to attend, please see Coach Garrett before leaving today.
    • Please join us for Mass in the Chapel tomorrow at 7:05 am tomorrow. Eucharistic Adoration continues after Mass—please do stop by to visit our Lord.
    • Swim and Dive had a meet against Carroll on Tuesday. Anna Yaggy placed 1st and Maddie Ellis placed 3rd. During the Snider meet Anna placed 1st and Maddie Ellis came in 2nd. Congratulations, girls!
    • Christmas Formal tickets are $20 per person and will be sold Tuesday through Thursday before and after school outside the office and during lunch in the Cafeteria. Ticket prices go up to $25 on Friday. No sales at the dance. Parking is $6 CASH only at the Coliseum.
    • Lacrosse team will practice today on Shield’s Field starting at 4:30 pm. This is a great time to come out and try lacrosse. There will be extra gear provided if you need it.
    • We are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18. Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.
    • Wednesday, December 12, during all lunch periods is the last chance for Seniors to get their school pictures retaken. These pictures are used for the Yearbook, as well as at Baccalaureate and Graduation. Gentlemen, you must wear suit jackets and ties. Ladies, you may not wear sleeveless dresses. All dress code guidelines apply. If you have any questions, email Mrs. Schriner at jschriner@bishopdwenger.com or call at (260) 496-4714.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Wednesday, December 5

    • Advent began Sunday. Reconciliation services will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday. All students will have the opportunity to receive the sacrament during their Theology class.
    • Christmas Formal tickets are $20 per person and will be sold Tuesday through Thursday before and after school outside the office and during lunch in the Cafeteria. Ticket prices go up to $25 on Friday. No sales at the dance. Parking is $6 CASH only at the Coliseum.
    • KEYS Club is sponsoring a $1 Dress Down Day today. It will be Christmas themed and the money raised will go to survivors of human trafficking.
    • Lacrosse team will practice today and Thursday on Shield’s Field starting at 4:30 pm. This is a great time to come out and try lacrosse. There will be extra gear provided if you need it.
    • FBLA meets at 7:20 am Thursday in the Library. SLC deposit and event sheets are due. Candy gram sales will start on Thursday.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast at 7:20 am on Thursday in Sra. Voelker’s room. Sign up outside her classroom.
    • We are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18. Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.
    • Wednesday, December 12, during all lunch periods is the last chance for Seniors to get their school pictures retaken. These pictures are used for the Yearbook, as well as at Baccalaureate and Graduation. Gentlemen, you must wear suit jackets and ties. Ladies, you may not wear sleeveless dresses. All dress code guidelines apply. If you have any questions, email Mrs. Schriner at jschriner@bishopdwenger.com or call at (260) 496-4714.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Tuesday, December 4

    • Wednesday, December 12, during all lunch periods is the last chance for Seniors to get their school pictures retaken. These pictures are used for the Yearbook, as well as at Baccalaureate and Graduation. Gentlemen, you must wear suit jackets and ties. Ladies, you may not wear sleeveless dresses. All dress code guidelines apply. If you have any questions, email Mrs. Schriner at jschriner@bishopdwenger.com or call at (260) 496-4714. 
    • Advent began Sunday. Reconciliation services will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday. All students will have the opportunity to receive the sacrament during their Theology class.
    • Spring musical auditions will be today beginning at 5:00 pm. Signups and info can be found on the Performing Arts website.
    • Bringing a date from another school to Christmas Formal? Please submit your completed Guest Form, found in your student planner, to Mr. Garcia in room 114 today.
    • Christmas Formal tickets are $20 per person and will be sold Tuesday through Thursday before and after school outside the office and during lunch in the Cafeteria. Ticket prices go up to $25 on Friday. No sales at the dance. Parking is $6 CASH only at the Coliseum.
    • KEYS Club is sponsoring a $1 Dress Down Day Wednesday. It will be Christmas themed and the money raised will go to survivors of human trafficking.
    • Lacrosse team will practice Wednesday and Thursday on Shield’s Field starting at 4:30 pm. This is a great time to come out and try lacrosse. There will be extra gear provided if you need it.
    • Spanish Club will have a conversation breakfast at 7:20 am on Thursday in Sra. Voelker’s room. Sign up outside her classroom.
    • We are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18. Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.
    • Girls’ Track has a call out meeting today after school. Conditioning begins after the meeting.
    • There will be an informational meeting today at 3:10 pm in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213, for students who are signed up for the Marine Biology next semester.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Monday, December 3

    • Congratulations to the wrestling teams who competed in tournaments at Adam Central and Plymouth on Saturday. Simon Garrett was 4-0, Andrew Nguyen was 4-1, and Carter Grant went 4-1. Varsity was at Plymouth, and Michael Garrett and Jake Tone both went 4-1 for the day. Michael had 4 pins on the day. Practice today at 3:25 pm until no later than 5:15 pm.
    • Kudos to the Speech Team on earning First place at Central Noble this weekend. Jonah Renfrow led the Saints with two first place finishes and one third.
    • Advent began Sunday. Reconciliation services will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday. All students will have the opportunity to receive the sacrament during their Theology class.
    • KEYS Club is sponsoring a $1 Dress Down Day Wednesday. It will be Christmas themed and the money raised will go to survivors of human trafficking.
    • Art Club has its Christmas party today after school.
    • Spring musical auditions will be Tuesday beginning at 5:00 pm. Signups and info can be found on the Performing Arts website.
    • Bringing a date from another school to Christmas Formal? Please submit your completed Guest Form, found in your student planner, to Mr. Garcia in room 114 by Tuesday.
    • We are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18. Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.
    • Girls’ Track has a call out meeting Tuesday after school. Conditioning begins after the meeting.
    • There will be an informational meeting Tuesday at 3:10 pm in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213, for students who are signed up for Marine Biology next semester.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Friday, November 30

    • Senior football players: please stop Coach Garrett’s office before you leave today.
    • Advent begins Sunday. Reconciliation services will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday. All students will have the opportunity to receive the sacrament during their Theology class.
    • Senior class mass is Monday during 2nd period. Please go to your 2nd period class first for attendance and announcements and then proceed to the Chapel.
    • KEYS Club meets Monday, December 3 at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • KEYS Club is sponsoring a $1 Dress Down Day Wednesday. It will be Christmas themed and the money raised will go to survivors of human trafficking.
    • Art Club has its Christmas party on Monday, December 3 after school.
    • Spring musical auditions will be Tuesday December 4 beginning at 5 p.m. Signups and info can be found on the Performing Arts website.
    • Bringing a date from another school to Christmas Formal? Please submit your completed Guest Form, found in your student planner, to Mr. Garcia in room 114 by Tuesday, December 4.
    • We are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18. Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.
    • Girls’ Track has a call out meeting Tuesday, December 4 after school. Conditioning begins after the meeting.
    • There will be an informational meeting Tuesday, December 4 at 3:10 in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213, for students who are signed up for Marine Biology next semester.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9 to 2 p.m. at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Thursday, November 29

    • Erin's House needs help today after school stuffing envelopes.You will be done before 5 p.m. See Mrs. Dillon in Guidance for more info.
    • Bringing a date from another school to Christmas Formal? Please submit your completed Guest Form, found in your student planner, to Mr. Garcia in room 114 by Tuesday, December 4.
    • We are collecting new hats and gloves for the youth at Euell Wilson Center, ages 6 to 18. Drop off in the bins in Pastoral Ministry until December 10.
    • Art Club has its Christmas party on Monday, December 3 after school.
    • Key Club meets Monday, December 3 at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Girls’ Track has a call out meeting Tuesday, December 4 after school.Conditioning begins after the meeting.
    • There will be an informational meeting Tuesday, December 4 at 3:10 in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213, for students who are signed up for the Marine Biology next semester.
    • OPS, Optimum Performance Sports, is offering a Sports Medicine Camp for students who are interested in sports medicine on January 3 from 9 to 2 p.m. at the Ash Center. More info is posted on the Coaches’ office bulletin board.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Wednesday, November 28

    • Fr. David will be here to offer the sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • ISTEP Winter retest begins Tuesday. If you do not have your testing schedule, please go to Guidance. Testing schedules were sent home and through your Canvas inbox from Mrs. Dirig. Please note that all students who are scheduled to test during periods 3 and 4 should plan to eat C lunch. Report directly to your assigned testing room – either the SAC gym or the Multi-Purpose room with your laptop, charger, and pencil at the beginning of the class period in which you are scheduled to begin testing.
    • Art Club has its Christmas party on Monday, December 3 after school.
    • Key Club meets Monday, December 3 at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Girls’ Track has a call out meeting Tuesday, December 4 after school. Conditioning begins after the meeting.
    • There will be an informational meeting Tuesday, December 4 at 3:10 in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213, for students who are signed up for the Marine Biology next semester.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Monday, November 26

    • Boys’ Rugby call out meeting is today at 3:00 pm in the Cafeteria.
    • ISTEP Winter retest begins Tuesday. If you do not have your testing schedule, please go to Guidance. Testing schedules were sent home and through your Canvas inbox from Mrs. Dirig. Please not that all students who are scheduled to test tomorrow during periods 3 and 4 should plan to eat C lunch. Report directly to your assigned testing room – either the SAC gym or the Multi-Purpose room with your laptop, charger, and pencil at the beginning of the class period in which you are scheduled to begin testing.
    • NHS has a meeting Tuesday at 7:20 am in the Cafeteria. All existing members and inductees must be there. See Mrs. Brady or Mrs. Moilanen with concerns.
    • Science Academic Team meets Tuesday at 7:00 am in room 225, the Physics room. Mr. Ehinger will bring a treat. See him some time today to get a hall pass.

    Tuesday, November 20

    • Please remember that on the morning of Wednesday, 11/21, Grandparents’ Day, students will need to park at the Northcrest Shopping Center in the morning. Buses will be available to get you to school. Please plan accordingly and allow yourself time to get to BDHS without being tardy. We need to keep the lot open for all of our visitors! Buses will be available immediately after Mass to bus you back to the lot.
      Please do NOT park in the apartment complex lot or the neighborhood streets to the west of school. Students’ cars parked there will be towed- this would not be a great way to start the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend, so please park at Northcrest. 
    • T-shirts and football tickets will be on sale in the front lobby at 7:40 a.m. for $15 each. Sales continue until 3 p.m. today.
    • If you wish to donate a pie for St. Mary’s Soup Kitchen, please bring it in to Pastoral Ministry on Tuesday or to the loading dock by the SAC before school Wednesday.
    • No rosary makers’ club Wednesday due to Grandparents’ Day.
    • Wrestling still needs upper weight class wrestlers; there’s a potential for varsity letters. We will also take lower weight class men as well. Take the risk; put your foot on the line!
    • Volunteers are needed for our All School mass on Grandparents’ Day.Please sign up outside the Chapel.
    • The lost and found area in the Cafeteria is getting out of hand! It only takes a few minutes to find your misplaced gloves, pants, shirt, shoes, etc. Items that are left behind after Tuesday will be gathered up and donated to charity.
    • Boys’ Rugby call out meeting is Monday at 3 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Monday, November 19

    • Kudos to the Speech Team who earned 3rd place this weekend at New Castle.Emma Cartwright earned a perfect score in Radio while earning 2nd in Prose.Patrick Tippmann also earned an Impromptu Championship as well as 2nd place in Extemporaneous Speaking.
    • Art Club meets today after school in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • The Boys’ Track and Field team will have a Thanksgiving chili after school snack for volunteers who come to move the pole vault mats into the shed.Meet on the track at 3:30—it’s a great opportunity to meet/visit with your teammates before we begin off-season training.
    • NHS officers and board members meet Tuesday at 7:20 a.m. in Mrs. Brady’s room.
    • Academic Science Team meets Tuesday at 7 a.m. in room 225, the Physics room.Mr. Ehinger is bringing cookies.All are welcome.
    • If you wish to donate a pie for St. Mary’s Soup Kitchen, please bring it in to Pastoral Ministry on Tuesday or to the loading dock by the SAC before school Wednesday. You may also donate money for the pies to Mr. Kenny or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry; please turn money today.
    • Wrestling still needs upper weight class wrestlers; there’s a potential for varsity letters.We will also take lower weight class men as well.Take the risk; put your foot on the line!
    • Volunteers are needed for our All School mass on Grandparents’ Day.Please sign up outside the Chapel.
    • The lost and found area in the Cafeteria is getting out of hand!It only takes a few minutes to find your misplaced gloves, pants, shirt, shoes, etc.Items that are left behind after Tuesday will be gathered up and donated to charity.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue.Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.

    Friday, November 16

    • Grandparents' Day is Wednesday, November 21, for ALL students and their grandparents or special guests. 10:45 am Mass followed by Academic Open House and other Special Activities. Invitations have been mailed, if we had your guests' address(es). Need an extra invitation? See Mrs. Pierson in the Front Office.
    • If you wish to donate a pie for St. Mary’s Soup Kitchen, please bring it in to Pastoral Ministry on Tuesday or to the loading dock by the SAC before school Wednesday. You may also donate money for the pies to Mr. Kenny or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry; please turn money in by Monday.
    • Wrestling still needs upper weight class wrestlers; there’s a potential for varsity letters. We will also take lower weight class men as well. Take the risk; put your foot on the line!
    • Volunteers are needed for our All School mass on Grandparents’ Day. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
    • Art Club meets Monday after school in Miss Yonge’s room.
    • Tuesday the Boys’ Track and Field team will have a Thanksgiving chili after school snack for volunteers who come to move the pole vault mats into the shed. Meet on the track at 3:30 pm—it’s a great opportunity to meet/visit with your teammates before we begin off-season training.
    • The lost and found area in the Cafeteria is getting out of hand! It only takes a few minutes to find your misplaced gloves, pants, shirt, shoes, etc. Items that are left behind after November 20 will be gathered up and donated to charity.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Winter Guard regular season practice begins this week, Tuesdays 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Wednesdays 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm and Thursdays from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm.
    • Jazz Band practices Tuesdays from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm and Thursdays from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm in the Band Room. Performance Dates are TBA
    • NHS meets next Tuesday at 7:15 am in the Cafeteria. This is for new and existing members. See Mrs. Brady with any questions.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Wednesday, November 14

    • The Test Center will be closed today until 3 p.m.
    • The Library will be closed today due to testing. Study hall students must report to their classrooms.
    • The first Social Studies Academic Team meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 15th from 3-4pm in Mrs. Long’s class room 233. Any and all are welcome to attend. Stop by to learn more about this great club! This year’s topic is Ancient Egypt!
    • Grandparents' Day is Wednesday, November 21, for ALL students and their grandparents or special guests.10:45 am Mass followed by Academic Open House and other Special Activities.Invitations have been mailed, if we had your guests' address(es). Need an extra invitation? See Mrs. Pierson in the Front Office.
    • Wrestling still needs upper weight class wrestlers; there’s a potential for varsity letters.We will also take lower weight class men as well.Take the risk; put your foot on the line!
    • Volunteers are needed for our All School mass on Grandparents’ Day. Please sign up outside the Chapel.
    • The lost and found area in the Cafeteria is getting out of hand! It only takes a few minutes to find your misplaced gloves, pants, shirt, shoes, etc. Items that are left behind after November 20 will be gathered up and donated to charity.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Winter Guard regular season practice begins this week, Tuesdays 7-9, Wednesdays 7-9:30 and Thursdays from 6-9 p.m.
    • Jazz Band practices Tuesdays from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and Thursdays from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Band Room. Performance Dates are TBA
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Monday, November 12

    • Kudos to the Speech Team on its 2nd place finish out of 32 teams this Saturday. Elijah Loxton won his second consecutive Prose Championship while Korinne Ellert was event champion in both Original Performance and Dramatic Interpretation.
    • Congratulations to the Spell Bowl Team on their 4th place finish at the State meet at Purdue on Saturday. Meghan Mozzone led the team with a perfect score, and Shea Odle scored a near perfect, missing only one word.
    • Congrats to the Lady Saints for their 5th place finish at the Norwell invitational this Saturday out of 12 competing schools. Junior Laura Wright was a double champion at “The Moat” winning the 200 IM and the 100 Breaststroke. Freshmen Mallory DeWald placed 2nd in both the 200 IM and the 100 Butterfly. Other individuals placing and scoring points for the team include Julia Eckrich placing 8th in the 50 Freestyle, and Noah Wallace placing 12th in the 100 Backstroke. The Medley Relay of Mallory DeWald, Laura Wright, Meghan Walden, and Julia Eckrich placed 2nd, the 200 Freestyle Relay of Carrie Burnham, Katie Pranger, Maggie Peters, and Julia Eckrich placed 10th, and the 400 Freestyle Relay of Mallory DeWald, Maggie Peters, Meghan Walden, and Laura Wright placed 4th.
    • Fr. Jay will be here to offer the sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Euell Wilson tutors leave at 3:30 pm today.
    • The St. Mother Teresa Club meets at 7:25 am in Pastoral Ministry Tuesday morning.
    • The lost and found area in the Cafeteria is getting out of hand! It only takes a few minutes to find your misplaced gloves, pants, shirt, shoes, etc. Items that are left behind after November 20 will be gathered up and donated to charity.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Winter Guard regular season practice begins this week, Tuesdays 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Wednesdays 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm  and Thursdays from 6:00 pm -9:00 pm.
    • Jazz Band practices Tuesdays from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm and Thursdays from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm in the Band Room. Performance Dates are TBA
    • On Tuesday after school from 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm, the performing arts department will be having a musical audition workshop. If you are considering auditioning for the spring musical, Freaky Friday, please plan on attending this workshop held in the choir room.
    • NHS meets next Tuesday at 7:15 am in the Cafeteria. This is for new and existing members. See Mrs. Brady with any questions.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Friday, November 9

    • Congratulations to the Football Team on their Sectional championship! Friday, the Saints take on Angola at New Haven at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $8, and will be on sale during all lunch periods in the cafeteria on Friday.
    • The lost and found area in the Cafeteria is getting out of hand! It only takes a few minutes to find your misplaced gloves, pants, shirt, shoes, etc.  Items that are left behind after November 20 will be gathered up and donated to charity.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Winter Guard Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 9 from 4:30 to 6:30 in the Cafeteria. Join this awesome group of young ladies. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Senior Quotes are due today to your Math teacher or the Front Office.
    • On Tuesday after school from 5-6, the performing arts department will be having a musical audition workshop. If you are considering auditioning for the spring musical, Freaky Friday, please plan on attending this workshop held in the choir room.
    • NHS meets next Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria. This is for new and existing members. See Mrs. Brady with any questions.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Thursday, November 8

    • Congratulations to the Football Team on their Sectional championship! Friday, the Saints take on Angola at New Haven at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $8, and will be on sale during all lunch periods in the cafeteria on Friday.
    • Students going on the Art field trip should check their email today. Arrive by the SAC gym entrance at 6:50 a.m. on Friday.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • The Library will be closed before and after school today for teacher training.
    • Junior Day of Reflection Thursday: Ladies report to the Chapel for 1st period, and young men report for 5th period.
    • S.E.A. will meet on Friday morning at 7:25 a.m.Food will be provided.
    • Winter Guard Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 9 from 4:30 to 6:30 in the Cafeteria. Join this awesome group of young ladies. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Senior Quotes are due November 9th to your Math teacher or the Front Office.
    • On Tuesday after school from 5-6, the performing arts department will be having a musical audition workshop. If you are considering auditioning for the spring musical, Freaky Friday, please plan on attending this workshop held in the choir room.
    • NHS meets next Tuesday at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria. This is for new and existing members. See Mrs. Brady with any questions.
    • Senior Athletes: BD will host a Signing Day on Thursday, November 15 at noon. If you have committed to play a sport in college and would like to participate in the signing, please pick up a form from Mr. Bennett in the AD’s office.Forms are due by November 6.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Wednesday, November 7

    • Fr. David will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Congratulations to the Football Team on their Sectional championship! Friday, the Saints take on Angola at New Haven at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $8, and will be on sale during all lunch periods in the cafeteria on Friday.
    • Students going on the Art field trip should check their email today. Arrive by the SAC gym entrance at 6:50 am on Friday.
    • Mrs. Foss will be here today during lunch in the Guidance Office to help register students who wish to take classes through Indiana Tech for second semester.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Today is the French students’ last day, so wish them Au Revoir and Bon Voyage if you see them in the hall.
    • The Library will be closed before and after school Thursday for teacher training.
    • Rosary for Life continues in the Chapel Thursday morning at 7:25 am.
    • Junior Day of Reflection Thursday: Ladies report to the Chapel for 1st period, and young men report for 5th period.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner Wednesday at 6:30 pm at Dos Margaritas. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • S.E.A. will meet on Friday morning at 7:25 am. Food will be provided.
    • Winter Guard Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 9 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm in the Cafeteria. Join this awesome group of young ladies. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Winter Drum Line Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 7 from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm in the Band Room. Don’t miss out on the fun and this State Finalist Group. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Science Academic Team will meet on Thursday instead of Tuesday this week. Still at 7:00 am, still in room 225, still with doughnuts.
    • Senior Quotes are due November 9th to your Math teacher or the Front Office.
    • NHS meets next Tuesday at 7:15 a in the Cafeteria. This is for new and existing members. See Mrs. Brady with any questions.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Tuesday, November 6

    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Boys’ Basketball tryouts start today. Freshman, be ready to stretch at 5:15 pm. Grades 10-12 stretch at 7:00 pm. The schedule for the week is posted outside the Coaches’ office. You must have a current IHSAA physical on file to participate in tryouts.
    • Interested in being an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion? Training will be offered during the second half of each lunch period today in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Math remediation will start at 8:20 a.m. on Wednesday due to the delay.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner Wednesday at 6:30 pm at Dos Margaritas. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Winter Guard Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 9 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm in the Cafeteria. Join this awesome group of young ladies. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Winter Drum Line Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 7 from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm in the Band Room. Don’t miss out on the fun and this State Finalist Group. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Science Academic Team will meet on Thursday instead of Tuesday this week. Still at 7 a.m., still in room 225, still with doughnuts.
    • Senior Quotes are due November 9th to your Math teacher or the Front Office.
    • Senior Athletes: BD will host a Signing Day on Thursday, November 15 at noon. If you have committed to play a sport in college and would like to participate in the signing, please pick up a form from Mr. Bennett in the AD’s office.Forms are due today.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January;  if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Monday, November 5

    • Fr. Jay will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and the sacrament of Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Boys’ Basketball tryouts start today. Freshman, be ready to stretch at 5:15 pm. Grades 10-12 stretch at 7:00 pm. The schedule for the week is posted outside the Coaches’ office. You must have a current IHSAA physical on file to participate in tryouts.
    • Girls interested in playing tennis in the spring will meet at 3:30 pm today in the Cafeteria.
    • Interested in being an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion?Training will be offered during the second half of each lunch period on Tuesday in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Math remediation will start at 8:20 am on Wednesday due to the delay.
    • Spanish Club has a conversation dinner Wednesday at 6:30 pm at Dos Margaritas. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Winter Guard Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 9 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm in the Cafeteria.Join this awesome group of young ladies. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Winter Drum Line Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 7 from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm in the Band Room. Don’t miss out on the fun and this State Finalist Group.See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Science Academic Team will meet on Thursday instead of Tuesday this week. Still at 7:00 am, still in room 225, still with doughnuts.
    • Senior Quotes are due November 9th to your Math teacher or the Front Office.
    • Senior Athletes: BD will host a Signing Day on Thursday, November 15 at noon.If you have committed to play a sport in college and would like to participate in the signing, please pick up a form from Mr. Bennett in the AD’s office. Forms are due by November 6.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Friday, November 2

    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Volunteers for Purse Bingo should dress in jeans and BD spirit wear.
    • There will be a short meeting today after school for girls interested in gymnastics in Mrs. Roberts’ room, room 150.
    • Boys’ Basketball tryouts are Monday. Freshman, be ready to stretch at 5:15 p.m. Grades 10-12 stretch at 7 p.m. The schedule for the week is posted outside the Coaches’ office. You must have a current IHSAA physical on file to participate in tryouts.
    • Girls interested in playing tennis in the spring will meet at 3:30 on Monday in the Cafeteria.
    • Key Club meets Monday, at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Winter Guard Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 9 from 4:30 to 6:30 in the Cafeteria. Join this awesome group of young ladies. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Winter Drum Line Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 7 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. in the Band Room. Don’t miss out on the fun and this State Finalist Group. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Senior Quotes are due November 9th to your Math teacher or the Front Office.
    • Senior Athletes: BD will host a Signing Day on Thursday, November 15 at noon. If you have committed to play a sport in college and would like to participate in the signing, please pick up a form from Mr. Bennett in the AD’s office. Forms are due by November 6.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Thursday, November 1

    • Math ISTEP remediation after school today is from 2:45 to 3:15.
    • The Test Center is closed after school today.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Swimmers and Divers have a meeting after school today in Mrs. Roberts’ room to try on swim suits. The Girls’ team will then leave together at 3 p.m. for practice at Southside.
    • Do you like jazz? Come down to the band room today between 3:20 and 5 p.m. to check out the Jazz Band. Ask Mr. Cochran for more information.
    • Freshman boys interested in basketball: There will be open gym this week today from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Main Gym. See Coach Kostoff with any questions.
    • Table Tennis Club’s first meeting in the Cafeteria will be Thursday. All levels are welcome. We will meet every Tuesday and Thursday until the end of February. We will not begin until after 3 on Thursday, since it is a mass day.
    • Wrestling practice begins today at 3 p.m. with stretching and warmup in the Main Gym as the mats dry. We will perform hydration and body fat testing today during beginning of practice today. See Coach Tone with any questions.
    • 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.
    • Girls interested in playing tennis in the spring will meet at 3:30 on Monday in the Cafeteria.
    • Key Club meets next Monday, November 5, at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Winter Guard Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 9 from 4:30 to 6:30 in the Cafeteria. Join this awesome group of young ladies. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Winter Drum Line Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 7 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. in the Band Room. Don’t miss out on the fun and this State Finalist Group. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Senior Quotes are due November 9th to your Math teacher or the Front Office.
    • Senior Athletes: BD will host a Signing Day on Thursday, November 15 at noon. If you have committed to play a sport in college and would like to participate in the signing, please pick up a form from Mr. Bennett in the AD’s office. Forms are due by November 6.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Wednesday, October 31

    • Fr. David will be here to offer the sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration in the chapel during all lunch periods today.
    • Math ISTEP remediation continues this week mornings at 7:20 a.m. or afternoons at 3:10 p.m.
    • Our collection for mass Thursday will be for the St. Mary’s Soup Kitchen. Please be generous. Those helping with mass should arrive by 9:30.
    • Golden Trumpet is looking for photos of students with their grandparents for a special Grandparents’ Day issue. Submit a photo and receive a candy prize.
    • Swimmers and Divers have a meeting after school Thursday in Mrs. Roberts’ room to try on swim suits. The Girls’ team will then leave together at 3 p.m. for practice at Southside.
    • Do you like jazz? Come down to the band room Thursday between 3:20 and 5 p.m. to check out the Jazz Band. Ask Mr. Cochran for more information.
    • Freshman boys interested in basketball:  There will be open gym this week Thursday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Main Gym. See Coach Kostoff with any questions.
    • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in the Library. SLC and Krispy Kreme are the topics.
    • Table Tennis Club’s first meeting in the Cafeteria will be Thursday. All levels are welcome. We will meet every Tuesday and Thursday until the end of February. We will not begin until after 3 on Thursday, since it is a mass day.
    • Wrestling practice has begun in the Wrestling room from 3:30 to 5:30. We could use a few upper weight limit men willing to “Put their foot on the line”. Come see Coach Tone if interested.
    • 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.
    • Key Club meets next Monday, November 5, at 7:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria.
    • Winter Guard Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 9 from 4:30 to 6:30 in the Cafeteria. Join this awesome group of young ladies. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Winter Drum Line Mania call outs are November 5, 6, and 7 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. in the Band Room. Don’t miss out on the fun and this State Finalist Group. See Mr. Cochran with any questions.
    • Senior Quotes are due November 9th to your Math teacher or the Front Office.
    • Senior Athletes: BD will host a Signing Day on Thursday, November 15 at noon. If you have committed to play a sport in college and would like to participate in the signing, please pick up a form from Mr. Bennett in the AD’s office. Forms are due by November 6.
    • Spaces are filling up for the D.C. March for Life in January; if you want to go you need to register this week. https://www.fwsbym.com/march-for-life

    Tuesday, October 30

    • Congratulations to the Spell Bowl Team on their first place in class 2 finish at Homestead last night. Vanessa Federspiel, Meghan Mozzone, and Nora Foltz all got near perfect scores, and Shea Odle had a perfect score, spelling such words as viticulture and supersede correctly. The team finds out later today if they qualified for the state meet at Purdue.
    • Welcome French teachers and students from Strasbourg! We are so excited to have you here. All BD students are welcome to come meet and greet nos amis francais after school today in the Cafeteria. See you there.
    • Volunteers are needed for All School mass on Thursday. Sign up outside Pastoral Ministry.
    • Math ISTEP remediation continues this week mornings at 7:20 am or afternoons at 3:10 pm.
    • Do you like jazz? Come down to the band room Thursday between 3:20 pm and 5:00 pm to check out the Jazz Band. Ask Mr. Cochran for more information.
    • Freshman boys interested in basketball:  There will be two open gyms this week today and Thursday from 6 to 7:30 pm in the Main Gym. See Coach Kostoff with any questions.
    • Science Academic Team meets for the first time Wednesday at 7:30 am in room 225 (Physics room). All are invited.
    • National Honor Society offers tutoring in the Resource Room throughout the semester. Sessions are Monday through Friday in the morning and Tuesday and Thursday after school. Open to any student wanting help with any subject.
    • FBLA meets Thursday at 7:20 am in the Library. SLC and Krispy Kreme are the topics.
    • Table Tennis Club’s first meeting in the Cafeteria will be Thursday. All levels are welcome.
    • Juniors and Seniors:Reps from these colleges will be her this week:  Franklin University on Wednesday. Please see Guidance for a permission slip.