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Daily Announcements 4.11.19

ATTENTION JUNIORS… the deadline to turn in your permission forms for the Junior Retreat is next Wednesday, the day before we leave for our long Easter weekend. If you need a form, see Deacon Andy. Please join us for the day… it will be worth your time away… guaranteed!

ATTENTION EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS… the list of ministers assigned to serve at Monday’s all-school mass is in your In-box and posted outside of Deacon Andy’s office. Please double check the list for your name and come to Mass on Monday ready to serve.

The Marist Speech and Acting Team will host its 5th annual showcase this Friday, April 12th at 7 PM in the RedHawk Theatre. The showcase will feature performances from our talented National qualifiers. Admission is $5, and all proceeds will go toward the team’s trip to Nationals in May. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance. See Ms. Paoletti in Room 128, Mr. DiStasio, or any of the speech kids to purchase tickets.

Students interested in taking the fan bus to Wrigley Field for the Marist game next Wednesday, please fill out the google form that was sent to you emails earlier this week. Any questions see Mr. Brennan in the SLO.

Any student interested in running for Student Council for next year, there is a mandatory meeting next Tuesday after school in the theatre.

Save the date for Career Fair! On Friday, April 26th from 7-8:20am, a variety of professional will be in Hynes Gym for students to interact with. Chat with engineers, nurses, lawyers, police officers, business professionals, and so many more! Coffee and donuts will be served!

 

Would you like to spend next year’s spring break seeing the sights of Paris, having dinner on the Eiffel Tower, cruising down the Seine River, visiting the Palace at Versailles, enjoying a morning excursion to the top of the world with the nearly 7,000 feet ascent to the summit of Mt. Pilatus, and relaxing on a cruise around Lake Lucerne in Switzerland?  How about crossing the border into Germany and entering the dream castle that served as the model for Sleeping Beauty’s castle, while finishing the week by exploring Munich, Germany and taking an excursion to the concentration camp at Dachau?  

 

Register by May 15th in order to get a $175.00 early enrollment discount off the total price of this amazing trip, and take longer time to make payments if you register this school year.  See Mrs. Cox or Mr. Ryan in guidance for more information and for the trip application. 

 

Students with required scholarship service hours are reminded to turn in their paperwork by Friday, April 12th.  The turn in box is located in the main office.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Maloney.

Clubs

Come join the EVOLVE club today for “YOU ARE MY NEIGHBOR – Disrupting Violence”.  This presentation by local Chicago changemakers and the New York Times bestselling author Gregory Boyle, will be at St. Barnabas from 7-9pm tonight.  See Coach Topps or Mr. Christensen for more information and to register. 

 

Sports

 

Cheerleading Information

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - cheer clinic in small gym -  6-8pm

Friday, April 12, 2019 - cheer tryouts in small gym - 6-9pm

Last night, the boys lacrosse contest against Carmel Catholic proved a huge milestone for the Program!! The JV team started the night off right with a 4-2 victory and their 3rd in a row. First year player Jesse Marshall scored the first goal of his career helping the team to Victory.

The Varsity has beat their second ESCC opponent this week, and is the FIRST WIN IN PROGRAM HISTORY on the Varsity level over Carmel Catholic. A 10-7 win moves them to 6-1 on the year with Marian Central Catholic tonight. Huge game in goal by Justin Marshall, Joe Stanton, Jack Looney and freshman Dominec Diiulio in the Historical night.

Students and faculty please come out and support your 6-1 Boys Lacrosse team on the rise tonight at home!!

Congratulations to the girls lacrosse program with their sweep of conference opponent Nazareth on Tuesday.  The Varsity had their first shut out of the season with the score of 18-0.  The Player of the Game was Maddie Buschman because of her offensive prowess.

 

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