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Daily Announcements 10/17/18

THE LIST OF PARTICIPANTS FOR NEXT WEEK’S JUNIOR RETREAT is posted outside of Deacon Andy’s office and the Student Life Office. Please double-check the list for your name. All Participants must attend a short information meeting THIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, immediately after school in the Chapel. Final instructions on what to bring will be given at that time.

ALL STUDENTS! INTERESTED IN GOING TO SUNNY SPAIN FOR 2 WEEKS THIS SUMMER? Come learn from the 14 students who went last summer at our information meeting this Thursday, October 18, at 5pm in Rm211. Bring your parents and a friend!

ALL STUDENTS HOSTING A MARIST STUDENT FROM SPAIN OR ITALY THIS NOVEMBER: Don’t forget about our mandatory meeting with your parents this Thursday, OCT 18TH at 6:30pm in Rm. 211. 

Attention all Student Ambassadors:

There will be a meeting regarding Open House on Wednesday, October 17, immediately after school in the Main Gym.  This will be the only meeting prior to Open House and all sophomore, junior and senior ambassadors should be in attendance.  See Mrs. Brown with any questions.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors:

Marist will offer a practice ACT test, Saturday, November 10th, at 8 A. M. 

For those who want to get an indication of how they might do on the real thing.

Sign up starting Monday, October 15 with Brother Brice in the Guidance Office. 

Cost is $10. Cash or checks can be made out to Marist High School.

Wednesday, 10/17 there will be a Mock Trial meeting from 2:45-3:45 in room 113. See Showbie for what we will cover.

 

Clubs

The Chess Team started off the season with a win against Leo yesterday.  Winning their boards were Mason Steponik, Brian Chavez-Lopez, Mike Skoda, Christian Gomez, Jordyn Murry, and Elias Krupa.  Great job, team.

SADD CLUB/RRW:

The focus of Red Ribbon Week today is on “Art, Addiction, Prevention, and Recovery”. Did you know thatart therapy is useful to people undergoing addiction treatment because it provides them with ways to understand and cope with their addiction?  Art also gives young people better things to do than drugs.  The arts have played an important prevention role not only by communicating positive messages, but also by involving young people in building life-enhancing skills.  During all lunch MODS today, members of SADD Club will be passing out mindfulness coloring sheets along with colored pencils.  Stop by the table to pick up yours!

Calling all Chefs! Group 4 will meet on Thursday, October 18that 2:30 in the CAFE. Don’t forget to join the class in Google Classroom! Any questions? See Ms. Silva in 221.

Science Club will meet to do a dissection today in Lab 217.  Please join us right afterschool on Wednesday and bring a friend too!

The National Arts Honor Society will meet this Thursday after school at 2:30 in the Art Studio.

 

Happy Italian Language Week! The Italian word of the day is CAVALLO. Say the word of the day to an Italian student and you'll receive a prize! Look for students wearing stickers with the Italian flag to say the word to and get a new prize with a new word every day this week.  

 

Sports

 

Congratulations to the varsity soccer team on their 1-0 win over Lincolnway Central yesterday to open the regionals.  Joe Shannon scored the lone goal, but a great effort was put forth by all.  John Kennedy recorded the shutout in goal.  The team advances to play Sandburg this Saturday at 11 am at LincolnwayCentral for the regional championship.

 

Attention all students interested in playing girls soccer in spring. We will have a brief meeting after school this Thursday, October 18th, at 2:40 p.m., in the SW section of the Cafeteria to discuss offseason training and indoor soccer interest. This should take about 30 minutes, so please plan your rides accordingly.  

 

Calling all dancers!  The Varsity Poms team will be holding competition team tryouts on Monday, October 22nd at 2:30pm in the Small Gym.  You must register on the 8 to 18 website prior to tryouts and complete a Google Form.  Please e-mail Coach Placas for a link to the Google Form.  All dancers attending the tryout will learn a short portion of both the jazz and pom competition routines.  So put on your dancing shoes and be prepared to cut a rug! (See Coach Placas in room 210 for more details)

Attention anyone interested in wrestling, there will be a brief informational meeting regarding practice times and season schedules on Thursday, October 25 in the wrestling room at 2:30. For more information, please see or contact Coach Heffernan. 

College Visits for the Week

11:00 – 12:30 Outside Cafeteria

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Elon University, Elon, NC

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Queen’s University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL

Lewis University, Romeoville, IL 

Friday, October 19, 2018

Woodland University, Midland, MI

Canisius College, Buffalo, NY

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