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Daily Announcements 2.25.20

The University of Dayton will be in the guidance office today during advisories and lunches. If you have applied or want to apply, please stop in today for an appointment.  All questions will be answered.

Attention all Bulls fans and speech team enthusiasts! The Marist Speech and Acting team will be raffling off a set of Bulls tickets for the March 18 game against the Heat. Four seats in rows E and D in section 107 will be raffled off. These floor seats also come with a parking pass. The price is $3 for one ticket, $5 for 2 tickets, and $10 for 5 tickets. We have extended the raffle, so the winning ticket will now be drawn Tuesday, February 25th. See Ms. Paoletti in Room 128, Mr. Distasio in Room 213 or any of the Speech and Acting team members to purchase.


The Polish Club will be selling paczki in the cafeteria during lunch. Happy Fat Tuesday!

Calling all Chefs! Group 1 will meet today, Tuesday, February 25th, at 3:00 in the CAFE. Please look for Ms. Mazur.


Congratulations to the girls' varsity basketball team for their win in the sectional semifinal game, 62-56, over Thornwood H.S. The ladies will play in the sectional final game on Thursday at Stagg H.S. at 7:00 p.m. Thank you to all faculty, staff and fans for coming out to the game last night.

Attention all wrestlers: There will be an end of the season meeting on Wednesday, February 26 in room 117 immediately after school for information on the banquet, off season wrestling, and off season strength and conditioning programs.

There will be a baseball tryout meeting at 2:50 in the small gym on Friday.

All boys' soccer players, there is a short meeting after school Tuesday in room 106 regarding the 3v3 tournament.  It should only take 5-10 minutes.

Attention anyone interested in playing sophomore football next year.  There will be a brief informational meeting immediately after school on Thursday in room 207.  Summer camp information will be distributed at this time.  Please see Coach Fortner if you have any questions.

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