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Daily Announcements 4/9/18

Marist Community

There will be no Mock Trial meeting tonight. We will meet next Monday, 4/16 at 6pm. Check your e-mail for what we will cover.

Career Night is this Wednesday at 7pm! There will be over 25 different careers represented, and all members of the Marist community are welcome to come interact with Marist alums in a variety of different fields. 

Permission slips for the evening field trip to Northwestern medicine stroke unit on Thursday, April 26th are due back to Mrs. McArdle next Wednesday, April 18th. Need a permission form or more info? Stop by to see Mrs. McArdle in her office.

Attention cast and crew of West Side Story:  It’s not too late to order a DVD.  Please turn in order form and money to Mrs. Kelly by Wednesday, April 11.  Order forms are available in Mrs. Kelly’s office in the ARC.

 

ATTENTIOIN JUNIOR AND SENIOR BOYS who signed up for next week’s Kairos Retreat: Please see Deacon Andy TODAY for information about a slight schedule change.

April driver’s ed class starts today immediately after school in room 220.  The list is posted to the website and outside of the SLO.  See Ms. Hopkins with questions.

Clubs

Calling All Cooking Club Members! All groups will meet this Thursday, April 12th at 2:30 in the CAFÉ. Any questions? See Ms. Silva.

Sports

The freshmen boys volleyball team took home the Br. Rice tournament title this weekend going 4-0! Congrats, to junior Rocky Mayer who was selected to the Tiger Classic all-tournament team.

The volleyball program is at home tomorrow vs Marian Catholic and Wednesday vs. Maine South, come on out to see the program in action!

‚ÄčA great start to the Spring Hockey season was initiated this weekend when the Varsity RedHawks were victorious over the Kankakee Irish 7-2! Weekend scoring was truly a team effort with goals by Juniors: Ty Rogers, Mike McGrath, and Mike Bober; Sophomores: Jack Christie, Jack Reedy, Jack Molenhouse; Freshman: Luke Schuler. The Defense was anchored by Sophomore Jonathan Malfas and Freshman Jim Jurcev!

 A start like this will no doubt carry over into the Fall, where the RedHawks are poised for a great amount of success with these most talented players! Go RedHawks!

 

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