The April driver’s ed roster is posted to the website and outside of the SLO.
- Attention cast and crew of West Side Story: If you have a script/libretto, please return to Mrs. Kelly’s office by tomorrow. Please erase all marks. Also, DVD order forms are due by Wednesday.
- West Side Story T-shirts are available to purchase for anyone who would like one. Order forms and sample shirt can be found on the board outside the theatre.
Save the date for Career Night on Wednesday, April 11th from 7-8pm in Champagnat Square. Marist alums in over 25 different fields and careers will be on hand to discuss their career paths. All members of the Marist community are welcome.
This is a reminder to bring in COPIES of all your acceptance letters and scholarship awards to Mrs. Gainer in the Guidance Office. Even if you do not plan to attend a college, we still want to track acceptance and scholarship information.
Scholarships will only be listed in the Graduation booklet if you bring in your award letters so don’t
disappoint your parents, bring your letters!
The Marquette Bank Foundation Scholarship will be awarding one Marist senior with a $2500.00 scholarship. The criteria for the award is financial need, community service and scholastic achievement. Please see Mrs. Gainer in the Guidance Office for an application. Your completed application is due to Mrs. Gainer by April 19th.
Last Saturday, the Marist Boys Track and Field TEAM traveled to Bloomington, Illinois for Illinois Top Times, the Indoor State Championships. Marist Sophomore Brian Ferguson won his heat in the 400m dash, and finished ninth in Illinois with an Indoor personal best time of 52.22. Marist Senior Martin Smith finished in tenth place in Illinois in the 60m High Hurdles with an outstanding time of 8.57. The first Outdoor Track and Field meet for the RedHawks will commence on April 7."