Happy Catholic Schools Week! Today we share our deep appreciation for our alumni. Our graduates—more than 25,000 strong—echo the values and mission of Marist throughout the world and in every industry. We thank them for their support of Marist through donating their time, expertise, and financial support to our community.
Upperclassmen, are you interested in a summer internship or shadowing opportunity? Stop by and see Mrs. McArdle in her office in the ARC to learn more!
EF College Tour Travelers! Reminder: There will be a meeting tomorrow night at 6pm in room 113 to go over the itinerary and logistics for our February trip. Students and a parent / guardian must attend.
There will be a Mock Trial meeting on Wednesday in room 113 from 2:45-3:45.
Attention Juniors: The deadline to apply for Senior Service is this Friday, February 1. See Deacon Andy or Mr. Hyland for more information and/or an application.
ATTENTION ALL SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY STUDENTS:
Our first mandatory meeting in the new year will be today, Monday, January 28th at 2:30 in Rm. 211. We will be talking about our work with Corazon a Corazon & a new initiative that serves the people of rural Guatemala in numerous ways, Hearts in Motion. See you all there!
The chess team will have a meeting today after school in the ARC. All members must attend.
The varsity RedHawk wrestling team won the conference championship this past Friday with a total team effort. Place winners for the RedHawks were, in fourth place; Mateen Taylor, Bobby Gaylord and Jake Yelland, in third place; Michael Bartolotta and Dominic Brunius, in second place; Michael Laveille and Ghee Rachel, and the champions were; Owen Dunlap, Jacob Dado, Kendrick Nowling and Tim Maher. Congratulations, wrestlers! The varsity wrestlers will travel to Thornton Fractional South High School this Saturday to compete for the regional championship at 9 a.m. Good luck, wrestlers!
Hockey News: We are all very proud of the boys! They did a fantastic job in raising funds for Pediatric Brain Cancer. Marist hockey was the first hockey team in the nation to support vs. Cancer, the signature campaign of pediatric brain cancer. They made a video and supported two juvenile cancer survivors and honored one, Timmy O'Connell and his family yesterday before the Br. Rice game. According to Dave Mays, Campaign Manager from vs. Cancer, Marist Hockey raised more funds for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation than the University of Oklahoma. Go RedHawks! Congratulations to the Marist RedHawks hockey club!
Your participation in the vs. Cancer campaign, the signature fundraising campaign of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, in which proceeds help fund child life programs in local hospitals and lifesaving pediatric brain tumor research has been a resounding success! RedHawk hockey was the first hockey club in the nation to assist this charity since its inception in 2013. The RedHawks raised $11,200.00! The RedHawks hosted 7 year old Timmy O'Connell and Family yesterday vs. Brother Rice and presented Timmy, a brain cancer survivor, goalie and all around great boy with their donation. God bless Timmy and all the children fighting this disease! Way to go RedHawks!
There will be a meeting from 2:30-3:00 on Tuesday after school for all girls interested in trying out for girls’ lacrosse.
All boys’ soccer players: Please come to room 106 after school on Tuesday, January 29, regarding our annual 3v3 soccer tournament. The meeting will only last 15 minutes in room 106.
This coming Wednesday, January 30, is senior night for the girls’ varsity basketball team. We will be honoring our three seniors Abby Callahan, Nora Donegan, and McKenna Kallianis. Ceremony will start at 6:15 p.m., followed by the game at 7:00 p.m. against Marian Central Catholic. Please come out and honor our seniors!!