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Daily Announcements 3/13/18

Marist Community

Junior prom forms and money are due no later than this Friday.  The Google form needs to be filled out before you turn in your permission form and money.

The 1st payment for senior prom is due this Friday.  If you have a check make sure your name is in the memo line.  If you are paying with cash put it in an envelope with your name on it.

Attention Marist community. Do you love pancakes? Do you still not know what you’re doing on St. Patrick’s Day? Senior Benjamin Jackson will be selling tickets to his troop’s annual Boy Scout pancake breakfast, sponsored by Troop 609. The breakfast will take place at Morgan Park Baptist Church at 11024 S. Bell Ave. this Saturday, March 17 and will run from 7:30 am to 12:30 pm. Tickets for unlimited pancakes cost $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for children ages 5-10. There will also be carry-out orders for those who can’t dine in. Please see Benjamin Jackson for any more questions. 

Tonight, is our next Hawk Talk with alum Tom Coyle '74 who will talk about his career in business. Register in advance online or come on over tomorrow evening at 7pm in the Redhawk theater. 

  1. All girls attending the March Kairos there is a mandatory meeting Thursday after school in the Chapel.  See Mrs. Pochyly with questions.
  2. Time to clean those closets and donate gently used items to the NHS Clothing Drive.  Clothes can be dropped off at the Main Office, Champagnat Square or outside the SLO.


Calling all Cooking Club Members! Groups 1 and 2 will meet Thursday, March 15th at 2:30 in the cafe. Any questions? See Ms. Silva.

There is a mandatory student/parent meeting for any student hosting a French student this Wednesday from 6:00-7:00p.m in room 216. Please make plans to attend.

ITALIAN CLUB: Ciao! Italian Club is meeting this Thursday March 15th at 2:30 pm in room 223 to celebrate the Feast of Saint Joseph. We will have zeppole and crafts.


Boys' lacrosse lost a tough one to St. Viator in their season opener. They are looking forward to an exciting season. 


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