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Maur Hill-Mount Academy

LIVE THE FAITH. PURSUE THE TRUTH. STRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE

 

 

Mission Statement

Maur Hill-Mount Academy is a Catholic, international, college preparatory school educating young men
and women in the Benedictine tradition.

 

Vision
To become one of the best Catholic boarding schools in the world. 

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Welcome back!


Read the latest note from the desk of Principal Monika King, posted Monday, February 10
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Visit the Live Well Live Atchison website for information about local health initiatives.

 

Week of April 14 - 16

TUESDAY, APRIL 15

Today’s lunch is spaghetti & garlic bread.
Tomorrow’s lunch is chicken tenders & mac’n’cheese.

There will be no mass today during family time.

Tomorrow we will be on our end-of-day activity schedule. We will be dismissed at 3:15.

Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Your enrollment selections for next year are due tomorrow. The courses are done on a first come, first serve basis. See Ms. McGinnis with questions.

Sports dismissals today: Varsity golf at 11:00, Swim at 1:25, JV Golf at 1:25, Track at 1:45, and Baseball at 2:00.

Softball has been cancelled.

 

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MONDAY, APRIL 14

Today’s lunch is chicken fried steak & mashed potatoes.
Tomorrow's lunch is spaghetti & garlic bread.

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: The enrollment emails with information about selecting classes for next year have been sent to your MHMA email account.  Courses are done on a first come, first serve basis.  Your selections are due by April 16 (this Wednesday).  See Ms. McGinnis with questions.

The baseball and softball games and golf have been cancelled today.

Congratulations to Ian B. and Eamon for finishing among the top 6 IDA teams at the Forensics event at Troy on Saturday. They qualify for state! This was our last tournament of the year.

Also “way to go” to Emily L. for her poetry recitation, and Delaney for her prose.

It’s been a great season, and Mr. Miller appreciates all your great efforts.

Let’s also congratulate the track team on their successes last Friday: Josh C. placed 1st in the long jump, Adam placed first in 200 m, Nick C. placed first in the triple jump and 2nd in the high jump, Avery L. placed 3rd in 800 m, Nathaniel placed 3rd in 400 m, Austin G. placed 3rd in 200 m, Ian D. placed 3rd in 3200 m, the team of Adam, Nick C., Harry and Nathaniel placed 1st in the 4x400 meter relay, and the team of Jack, Ian D., Blake and Nathaniel placed 3rd in the 4x800 meter relay. Congratulations!


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Week of April 7 - 11

FRIDAY, APRIL 11

Today’s lunch is fish sticks & mac’n’cheese.
Monday’s lunch is chicken fried steak & mashed potatoes.

The deadline to sign up for Steubenville is today! Money needs to be turned in to the front office or to Mr. Wachter. 

There are quite a few early dismissals for sports teams today. Track will be dismissed at 1:00, JV golf will be dismissed at 1:15, varsity golf will be dismissed at 1:25, and JV baseball will be dismissed at 3:00.

Congratulations to the track team on their successes last night! Carly T. placed 1st in the high jump, Kassie placed 2nd in the 100 meter hurdles, Adam placed 2nd in the 200 meter dash and 3rd in the 100 meter dash, and Nathaniel placed 2nd in the 400 meter dash. The team of Jack, Ian D., Nathaniel, and Blake placed 2nd in the 4x800 meter relay; the team of Adam, Nick C., Harry, and Nathaniel placed 2nd in the 4x400 meter relay, and the team of Adam, Michael T., Austin Geenens, and Josh C. placed 2nd in the 4x100 meter relay.


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THURSDAY, APRIL 10

Today’s lunch is hamburgers & fries.
Tomorrow’s lunch is fish sticks & mac’n’cheese. 

The track team will be dismissed at 2:00 and should go straight to the chapel right away for prayer!

 

Baseball will be dismissed at 2:15, and softball will be dismissed at 2:45.


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TUESDAY, APRIL 8

Today's lunch: Pizza lunch ($5 for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)
Tomorrow's lunch: Chicken ossobucco (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

 

Juniors and seniors: prom tickets will be on sale starting tomorrow. Tickets are $10 each. Find Mr. Sinclair to purchase your tickets.

The Variety Show will take place tomorrow night at 7:00 pm and Thursday morning at 7:50 am. 

There will be an informational meeting about the variety show during family time today for those involved. 

The following golfers are dismissed at 1:40 today: Joseph Kuckelman, Drew Harris, Kyle Mason, and Nolan Dulac. 

Our Varsity and JV baseball teams will be dismissed at 2:00 for games against LeBlond H.S. in St. Joseph, MO.  The varsity plays at 4:30 followed by the JV.  Games are played at Phil Welch Stadium ( 2600 Parkway, St. Joseph, MO 64503). 


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MONDAY, APRIL 7

Today's lunch: Meatloaf, green beans, & mashed potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Pizza Lunch ($5 for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)

After-Prom agreements are due today.

Just a reminder that the House of St. Gabriel needs to report to the auditorium during family time today to run through their skit with Mrs. Douglas.

Track: Please turn in your money in an envelope with your name to Mrs. Schneider in the main office by today. This is Subway Money and Tabs. Practice is here today at 4:00.

The Variety Show will take place on Wednesday night at 7:00 pm and Thursday morning at 7:50 am. If you have been unable to run-through your variety show act with Mrs. Douglas, you need to come talk with her after school today.

Tomorrow will be our House Charity Jeans Day. Money will be collected today during family time. Tickets are $1 today and $2 tomorrow. Please remember to dress in jeans and a MH-MA shirt. No sweats, shorts, leggings or other shirts. No sandals or flip-flops. If we cannot dress accordingly then this will be the last jeans day.


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Week of March 31 - April 4

FRIDAY, APRIL 4

Everyone come to Lifeteen this Sunday night at St. Joseph’s. Ms. H.K. will be speaking. Come join in the fun.

Those who are attending prom: please stop by the front office to pick up an After-Prom Agreement Form. You must complete this form and return it by Monday in order to go to After-Prom. Please obtain a copy for your out-of-school guests as well.

Are any young ladies interested in being a camp counselor this summer at the Leadership Camp sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters? You must be at least 16 years of age. Come to the front office for more information. 

Next Tuesday will be our House Charity Jeans Day. Money will be collected Monday during family time. Tickets are $1 on Monday and $2 on Tuesday. Please remember that dress is jeans and an MH-MA shirt. No sweats, shorts, leggings or other shirts. No sandals or flip-flops. If we cannot dress accordingly then this will be the last jeans day.

Mindy Rottinghaus and Emmanuel Moreno won the top award at the 2014 Archbishop's Invitational High School Art Contest: the Archbishop's Choice Award. Congratulations to Mindy and Emmanuel!


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THURSDAY, APRIL 3

We will be having all-school mass tomorrow. Remember to dress in proper mass attire, including your oxford shirts.

Those who are attending prom: please stop by the front office to pick up an After-Prom Agreement Form. You must complete this form and return it by Monday in order to go to After-Prom. Please obtain a copy for any out-of-school guests as well. *

Any young lady interested in being a camp counselor this summer at the Leadership Camp sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters? You must be at least 16 years of age. Come to the front office for more information. 

NHS Members: Your tutoring hours for March will be due to Ms. McGinnis today.  You must have completed 3 hours for this month.  Your 3 hours for April will be due on April 30th. *

 

Next Tuesday will be our House Charity Jeans Day. Money will be collected this week and next Monday during family time. Tickets are $1 until Monday. Next Tuesday they will be $2. Please remember that dress is jeans and MH-MA shirt. No sweats, shorts, legging or other shirts. No sandals or flip-flops. If we cannot dress accordingly then this will be the last jeans day.


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TUESDAY, APRIL 1

Today's lunch: Cavatini, garlic bread (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Coq au vin, rice (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Due to the late start, tomorrow’s Wednesday morning rosary has been cancelled.

Those who are attending prom: please stop by the front office to pick up an After-Prom Agreement Form. You must complete this form and return it by Monday, April 7th, in order to gain entry to After-Prom. Please obtain a copy for your out-of-school guests as well.

NHS Members: Your tutoring hours for March will be due to Ms. McGinnis on Thursday.  You must have completed 3 hours for this month.  Your 3 hours for April will be due on April 30th

Remember that Rich Dickason scholarships are due today.

Congratulations to Richard White and Mark Ma for their exceptional performances at the KSHSAA Regional Solo & Small Ensemble Music Festival this weekend at Benedictine College. Richard scored a “1,” the highest rating possible, and Mark scored a “2.” Once again, congratulations.

The varsity baseball team will be dismissed at 2:15.


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MONDAY, MARCH 31

Today's lunch: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Cavatini, garlic bread (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Remember that today’s schedule is in your inbox and that 5th hour will be BEFORE lunch today.

Attention NHS Members: Your tutoring hours for March will be due to Ms. McGinnis on Thursday.  You must have completed 3 hours for this month.  Your 3 hours for April will be due on April 30th

All students: If you haven't ordered your yearbook, the deadline is today. Books are $70. Order yours before it's too late! 

The Forensics team performed well at the Atchison High Tournament on Saturday. Kudos to
- Delaney Elias for her personal best score in the Prose Event
- Ian Buhman-Wiggs and Emily Larkin, and
- Eamon Mulholland and Delaney Elias for doing a great job in Improvisational Duet Acting.
- Great job Forensics team!

And congratulations to Emmanuel Moreno and Mindy Rottinghaus for winning an art award from the Archbishop’s Invitation Art Contest!

 

Events This Week:

Mar. 31 - Presentation by Benedictine Srs., Subject: Wangari Maathai, auditorium, 2:00
Apr. 1 - Baseball vs. Perry; Varsity at 3:30, JV after V game
Apr. 2 - Late Start - first bell at 8:45
Apr. 3 - Softball vs. Immaculata (doubleheader), 4:00, Atchison Sports Complex
Apr. 4 - First Friday Adoration, 8:00-3:00 by theology class
            - All-School Mass, chapel, 11:08
Apr. 4-5 - Senior Retreat
Apr. 5 - Forensics @ Troy, 8:00
Apr. 6 - Sunday Mass, St. Joseph's Church, 5:00

(See more events on the School Calendar.)

 

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Week of March 24 - 28

FRIDAY, MARCH 28
End-of-Day Activity: Pep Rally

Today's lunch: Seafood linguine (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Monday's lunch: Salisbury steak & mashed potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

On Monday, we will be using a unique schedule to accommodate the Benedictine Sisters who will be speaking at the end of the day. The schedule will be emailed to everyone.

Seniors: If you ordered Jostens graduation items, please do not forget that the Jostens representative will be here during lunch today to hand out orders that are paid in full.  See Ms. McGinnis with questions. 

Forensics team: There will be a short Forensics meeting after school in Mr. Miller’s classroom.

Attention NHS Members: Your tutoring hours for March will be due to Ms. McGinnis next Thursday (April 3rd).  You must have completed 3 hours for this month.  Your 3 hours for April will be due on April 30th

Mr. Sinclair is seeking students who are interested in managing the 2014-2015 yearbook. Managing editor duties include, but are not limited to, overseeing the production of the yearbook and video yearbook, making executive decisions on both projects, being creative, being willing to learn, and leading classroom discussions! Other editor positions are available, including sports, copy, design, and photo. Any student interested in an editor position should see Mr. Sinclair before April 9th

All students: If you haven't ordered your yearbook, the deadline is Monday. Books are $70. Order yours before it's too late! 

Congratulations to our Raven basketball players who made the Northeast Kansas All-League teams: Dillon Kramer, 1st team; Mark McDermed, honorable mention; Avery Lewman, honorable mention. 


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THURSDAY, MARCH 27
All-School Mass today, 11:08 in the chapel

Today's lunch: Beef carnitas (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Seafood linguine (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Mr. Sinclair is currently seeking students who are interested in managing the 2014-2015 yearbook. Managing editor duties include, but are not limited to, overseeing the production of the yearbook and video yearbook, making executive decisions on both projects, being creative, being willing to learn, and leading classroom discussions! Other editor positions are available, including sports, copy, design, and photo. Any student interested in an editor position should see Mr. Sinclair before April 9th.

Attention NHS Members: Your tutoring hours for March will be due to Ms. McGinnis next Thursday (April 3rd).  You must have completed 3 hours for this month.  Your 3 hours for April will be due on April 30th.

Seniors: If you ordered Jostens graduation items, please do not forget that the Jostens representative will be here tomorrow during lunch to hand out orders that are paid in full.  See Ms. McGinnis with questions.

Each family please fill out the Final Four in your bracket along with the combined score of the National Championship Game and give it to a St. Sebastian leader by the end of House time today. 

St. Sebastian will meet in Mrs. Bishop’s classroom for House time. 

Tomorrow, we will be having a pep rally at the end of the school day. We will be using the end-of-day activity schedule. 

All students: If you haven't ordered your yearbook, the deadline is March 31st. Books are $70. Order yours before it's too late!

Tonight: softball doubleheader at Hiawatha at 4:30.


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TUESDAY, MARCH 25

Today's lunch: Pizza Day, $5 (for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)
Tomorrow's lunch: Fried chicken & scalloped potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Attention all JV baseball players: the parent meeting will be postponed. Please notify your parents. The JV players are invited to join the varsity team to go to K-State tomorrow for a baseball game. Tickets are free.

Running club will have a meeting immediately after school today in Mr. Sinclair’s room.

Cheer try-outs start today. There will be mandatory cheer practice today through Thursday from 6-8 in the gym. The final try-out will be Friday at 4:30 in the gym. 

Everyone is invited to pray the rosary tomorrow morning in the chapel before school at 7:25.

Thursday will be a mass day. Required mass attire will include Oxford shirts.

On Friday, we will be having a pep rally at the end of the school day. The schedule will be adjusted accordingly.

All students: If you haven't ordered your yearbook, the deadline is March 31st. Books are $70. Order yours before it's too late! 
Tonight: baseball doubleheader at West Platte at 4:30. (Game postponed from yesterday.)


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MONDAY, MARCH 24

Today's lunch: Lasagna (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Pizza Day, $5 (for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)

Running Club Members: There will be a quick meeting to discuss club photos for the yearbook after school today. The meeting will take 5 minutes.

Track practice will be here in the gym today at 4:00.

Cheer try-outs start tomorrow. There will be mandatory cheer practice Tuesday through Thursday from 6-8 in the gym. The actual try-out is Friday at 4:30 in the gym.

All students: If you haven't ordered your yearbook, the deadline is March 31st. Books are $70. Order yours before it's too late! 

Coach Monroe will be opening the weight room for athletes not playing a spring sport starting today at 4:00. 

Events This Week:

Mar. 24 - Baseball @ West Platte, DH, 4:30 - post-poned: same time & place Mar. 25
Mar. 25 - Pizza Day, $5 (After-Prom Fundraiser)
Mar. 26 - Lenten Rosary (optional), 7:25, chapel

Mar. 27 - All-School Mass, 11:08, chapel
               - Softball @ Hiawatha, DH, 4:30

Mar. 28 - Spring Pep Rally, gym, 2:30
Mar. 29 - Forensics @ AHS, 8:00-4:00
Mar. 30 - Sunday Youth Mass, St. Joseph's Church, 5:00
               - Life Night after Youth Mass, St. Joseph's Church, 6:00-7:30

(See more events on the School Calendar.)


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Week of March 10 - 14

FRIDAY, MARCH 14

Today's lunch: Fish sticks and fries (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

 

Attention students who applied to be house captains: interviews for these positions will be held after Spring Break. The decision about who will become which house captain will be made thereafter.

Golf practice will start this Monday at 4 pm.

Seniors: Don't forget to submit your quote for the yearbook! Quotes are due today. 

All students: If you haven't ordered your yearbook, the deadline is March 31st. Books are $70. Order yours before it's too late! 

No plans for Saturday night? Come to movie night this Saturday, March 15, in the auditorium. The movie being shown is Disney's Frozen. The movie will start at 8 p.m. Light snacks and drinks will be provided. And it's FREE!

The boy’s basketball dinner will be on Tuesday, March 18th, at 6:00pm in the cafeteria. 

If you’re interested in entering into the Variety Show on April 9th and have not yet auditioned, you MUST audition today. Speak with Mrs. Douglas as soon as possible.

The Little Mermaid will be performed by Theatre Atchison today and tomorrow at 7 pm and Sunday at 2. Aubrey, Ella, Mason, Alicia, and Emily Larkin are all involved in this production! Tickets are $6 for adults and $5 for students. 

Coach Monroe will be opening the weight room for athletes not playing a spring sport starting March 24 at 4:00. 

 

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THURSDAY, MARCH 13

Today's lunch: Tenderloin sandwiches (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Fish sticks & fries (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

The 2014 Varsity Scholars' Bowl Team, including the Alternate, will meet today during family time outside Mr. Poliquin's room. 

The dinner for our cheerleaders, dance team, and girls basketball will be in the cafeteria at 6:00pm tonight. 

The boy’s basketball dinner will be on Tuesday, March 18th, at 6:00pm in the cafeteria. 

Attention talented Ravens! The Variety Show is right around the corner. Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your talents on April 9th. Don't forget to sign up for an audition time on Mrs. Douglas' door.  You must audition before spring break in order to participate in the Variety Show. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Douglas. 

The Little Mermaid will be performed by Theatre Atchison today through Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 2. Ella, Aubrey, Mason, Alicia, and Emily Larkin are all involved in this production! Tickets are $6 for adults and $5 for students. 

Coach Monroe will be opening the weight room for athletes not playing a spring sport starting March 24 at 4:00.

Tomorrow is a mass day. Remember to wear appropriate mass attire, including Oxford shirts.


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TUESDAY, MARCH 11

Today's lunch: Pizza Lunch ($5 for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)
Tomorrow's lunch: Chicken tenders & mac'n'cheese (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Everyone is invited tomorrow morning at 7:25 to pray the rosary as a group in the chapel.

Roost Night this Wednesday will be a video game tournament.  There will be two games: Mario Kart and FIFA.  If you want to participate YOU NEED to sign-up on the sheet by Mr. Wachter's door by the end of school on Tuesday.  We need to know how many are going to participate in order to know how many game systems we will need.  If you have any game systems, controllers, or games that can be used for the competitions it would be very much appreciated! Please let Mr. Wachter know today!

Attention talented Ravens! The Variety Show is right around the corner. Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your talents on April 9th. Don't forget to sign up for an audition time on Mrs. Douglas' door.  You must audition before spring break in order to participate in the Variety Show. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Douglas. 

The Little Mermaid will be performed by Theatre Atchison Thursday through Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 2. Mason, Alicia, and Emily Larkin are all involved in this production! Tickets are $6 for adults and $5 for students.

See Monday's announcements for a list of events this week. 


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MONDAY, MARCH 10

Today's lunch: Pork patties & mashed potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Pizza Lunch ($5 for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)

There will be a jeans day tomorrow. Tickets will be on sale during family time today for $1. Tickets will be $2 tomorrow. See your house leader for tickets. 

Roost Night this Wednesday will be a video game tournament.  There will be two games: Mario Kart and FIFA.  If you want to participate, please sign up on the sheet by Mr. Wachter's door by the end of school tomorrow.  If you have any game systems, controllers, or games that can be used for the competitions it would be very much appreciated! Please let Mr. Wachter know!

Attention talented Ravens! The Variety Show is right around the corner. Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your talents on April 9th. Don't forget to sign up for an audition time on Mrs. Douglas' door.  You must audition before spring break in order to participate in the Variety Show. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Douglas. 

The Little Mermaid will be performed by Theatre Atchison Thursday through Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 2. Mason, Alicia, and Emily Larkin are all involved in this production! Tickets are $6 for adults and $5 for students.

Ian Buhman-Wiggs and Emily Larkin placed 4th in Individual Duet Acting Finals at the Effingham tournament on Saturday. Great job, Forensics!

Events This Week:

Mar. 11 - Pizza Day (After-Prom Fundraiser, $5)
               - Jeans day
Mar. 12 - Rosary, chapel, 7:25 am

               - Roost Night, 7 pm
Mar. 14 - TOEFL Testing
               - A Celebration of Life All-School Mass, chapel, 11:08
Mar. 13-16 - Theatre Atchison's The Little Mermaid, 7 pm Thurs-Sat, 2 pm Sun, Atchison Middle School
Mar. 15 - Forensics @ Riverside, 8:00-4:00
Mar. 17-21 - Spring Break
Mar. 24 - Classes Resume

(See more events on the School Calendar.)


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Week of March 3 - 7

FRIDAY, MARCH 7

Today's lunch: Shrimp linguine (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Monday's lunch: Pork patties & mashed potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

The Forensics team will have a meeting after school today in Mr. Miller’s classroom. 

There will be a jeans day Tuesday. Tickets will be on sale during family time today through Monday for $1. Tickets will be $2 on Tuesday. See your house leader for tickets.

There will be a Girl’s Night tonight at 8:30 in Ms. Dick’s room! 

There will be a brunch (with a special topic) tomorrow at 10:00am at Paolucci's. Be sure to let Ms. Dick know if you would like to attend so that she can make the reservation! 

Attention talented Ravens! The Variety Show is right around the corner. Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your talents on April 9th. Don't forget to sign up for an audition time on Mrs. Douglas' door.  You must audition before spring break in order to participate in the Variety Show. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Douglas. 

Daylight Savings Time begins this weekend. Everyone remember to ‘spring forward’ one hour on Sunday morning. 


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THURSDAY, MARCH 6

Today's lunch: Hamburgers & fries (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Shrimp linguine (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

There will be a jeans day Tuesday. Tickets will be on sale during family time today through Monday for $1. Tickets will be $2 on Tuesday. See your house leader for tickets.

The boys basketball team will play against Sabetha at 6:00 tonight at Horton. 

Any student who is a member of St. George or St. Sebastian and is interested in helping plan for Prom, please meet in Mrs. Bishop's room during family time today. 

There will be a golf meeting after school today in the study hall. 

There will be a Girl’s Night tomorrow at 8:30 pm in Ms. Dick’s room! 

There will be a brunch this Saturday morning (with a special topic) at 10:00am at Paolucci's Restaurant. Be sure to let Ms. Dick know if you would like to attend so that she can make the reservation! 

 

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5

JEANS DAY TOMORROW to show support for the boys basketball team who will be playing their second sub-state game tonight. Jeans only, no sweatpants, no leggings; MH-MA shirts only.

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TUESDAY, MARCH 4

Today's lunch: Chicken tenders & oven-roasted potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Fish, rice, & veggies (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

There will be no daily mass today.

We will be having all-school mass tomorrow in celebration of Ash Wednesday. Remember to wear your Oxfords.

Everyone is invited tomorrow morning at 7:25 to pray the rosary as a group in the chapel.

There will be a meeting for the Spring Break trip in Mr. Prestegard's room after school today. 

There will be track practice today at 4:00 in the Flynn Center.

The girls basketball team will begin sub-state play at Sabetha tonight at 7:00. Congratulations to the boys basketball team on their win last night, 61-52! They will play against Sabetha next at 6:00 on Thursday at Horton. Admission to these games will be $6 for adults and $5 for students K-12. No passes are allowed. 

Any student who is a member of St. George or St. Sebastian and is interested in helping plan for Prom, please meet in Mrs. Bishop's room during family time on Thursday. 

There will be a golf meeting after school Thursday in the study hall. 

There will be a Girl’s Night this Friday at 8:30 pm in Ms. Dick’s room!


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MONDAY, MARCH 3

Today's lunch: Stovetop goulash (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Chicken tenders &  oven-roasted potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Anyone who is interested in playing golf this year should sign up at the front office. There will be a golf meeting after school Thursday in the study hall.
There will be a meeting for the Spring Break trip in Mr. Prestegard's room after school tomorrow.

If you are planning on participating in the Service Week to Colorado, you need to let Ms. Dick know by today. 

Sub-state basketball games begin tonight! Our boys play Hiawatha at 7:00 in our gym. The girls will travel to Sabetha tomorrow and play at 7:00. Admission will be $6 for adults and $5 for students K-12. No passes are allowed. 

Any student who is a member of St. George or St. Sebastian and is interested in helping plan for Prom, please meet in Mrs. Bishop's room during family time on Thursday. 

 

Events This Week:

Mar. 3-8 - Basketball Sub-state
             - Mar. 3 - Boys basketball vs. Hiawatha, 7:00 - WON
             - Mar. 4 - Girls basketball @ Sabetha, 7:00 - LOST
             - Mar. 6 - Boys basketball vs. Sabetha @ Horton, 6:00 - LOST
Mar. 3 - Wrestling Senior Night
Mar. 5 - Ash Wednesday - All-School Mass, 11:08 in the chapel
Mar. 7 - End of Third Quarter
            - First Friday Adoration in the chapel by theology class, 8:00-3:00
            - ACT #5 Registration
Mar. 8 - Forensics @ ACCHS, 8:00-4:00
            - SAT #5, arrive no later than 7:45
Mar. 9 - Daylight Savings Time begins
            - First Sunday of Lent
            - Youth Mass (everyone is invited), St. Joseph's Church, 5:00
            - Life Night after Youth Mass, St. Joseph's, 6:00-7:30

(See more events on the School Calendar.)


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Week of February 24 - 18

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27

Today's lunch: Spaghetti, garlic bread, & salad (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Meatball sub sandwiches (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Tomorrow will be a mass day. Remember to dress in your mass attire.

Anyone who is interested in playing golf or participating in track this year should sign up at the front office.

There will a mandatory short meeting today right after school in Mr. Patiño’s classroom for those interested in running track.

All students applying for head boy and head girl need to meet with Ms. Crouse during family time. Just a reminder that all applications for head boy and head girl are due to Ms. Crouse today.

Come experience mass in the dark plus a passionate speaker and holy adoration at Benedictine Underground in their Student Union this Saturday. The doors open at 5:30 and the event begins at 6.

If you are planning on participating in the Service Week to Colorado, you need to let Ms. Dick know by Monday.

Sub-state games begin with our boys hosting Hiawatha Monday, March 3, at 7:00. The girls travel to Sabetha on Tuesday, March 4, with a 7:00 start. Ticket prices for sub-state are $6 for adults and $5 for K-12. 

Reminder to NHS members, your tutoring hours are due to Ms. McGinnis by tomorrow.

Tomorrow will be a shadow day. The freshmen who will be paired with 8th grade visitors should please come up to the front office before school to meet with them.

Any student who is a member of St. George or St. Sebastian and is interested in helping plan for Prom, please meet in Mrs. Bishop's room during family time next Thursday, March 6.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26

Today's lunch: Marinade chicken and ranch potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Spaghetti, garlic bread, & salad (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Anyone who is interested in playing golf this year should sign up at the front office.

Those who are interested in track should also sign up at the front office.

There will be an NHS meeting for all new members today in the library during family time.

If you are interested in volunteering helping kids with mental and physical disabilities at snow creek this afternoon, speak with Mr. Patino as soon as possible to volunteer your time. This is an event that sponsored by Special Olympics Kansas City Chapter.

Just a reminder that all applications for head boy and head girl are due to Ms. Crouse by tomorrow.

There will a mandatory short meeting tomorrow, Thursday, right after school in Mr. Patiño’s classroom for those interested in running track.

Come experience mass in the dark plus a passionate speaker and holy adoration at Benedictine Underground in their Student Union this Saturday. The doors open at 5:30 and the event begins at 6.

If you are planning on participating in the Service Week to Colorado, you need to let Ms. Dick know by Monday.


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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25

Today's lunch: Pizza Day ($5 for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)
Tomorrow's lunch: Chicken marinade and ranch potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Anyone who is interested in playing golf this year should sign up at the front office.

There will be an NHS meeting for all new members tomorrow in the library during family time.

Just a reminder that all applications for head boy and head girl are due to Ms. Crouse by Thursday.

This Saturday, come experience mass in the dark, a passionate speaker, and holy adoration at Benedictine Underground in the Student Union. The doors open at 5:30 and the event begins at 6.

If you are planning on participating in the Service Week to Colorado, you need to let Ms. Dick know by Monday, March 3rd.

Basketball teams will be dismissed at 3:00 today for their games at McLouth.


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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24

Today's lunch: Hamburgers (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Pizza Day ($5 for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)

Tickets for the jeans day on tomorrow can be bought from Ms. Dick or at lunch today.

Just a reminder that all applications for head boy and head girl are due to Ms. Crouse by Thursday.

There will be an NHS meeting for all new members on Wednesday in the library during family time.

This Saturday, come experience mass in the dark, a passionate speaker and holy adoration at Benedictine Underground in the Student Union. Powerfully praise our Lord, united as one body of Christ in the Eucharist. The doors open at 5:30 and the event begins at 6.

Congratulations to Aubrey Lutz who placed 1st at State with her piano performance.

Basketball teams will be dismissed at 3:00 tomorrow for their games at McLouth. Both JV games will tip at 5:00; Boys in the middle school gym and girls in the high school gym.  Both gyms are in the same building.

Anyone who is interested in playing golf this year should sign up at the front office.

If you are planning on participating in the Service Week to Colorado, you need to let Ms. Dick know by Monday March 3rd.


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Week of February 17 - 21

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21

Today's lunch: Chopped beef carnitas w/ pico de gallo & rice (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Monday's lunch: Hamburgers (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Forensics team! See Mr. Miller sometime today with the events you will be competing in at Basehor-Linwood on Saturday, March 1st.

There will be a Girl’s Night at 8 pm tonight in Ms. Dick’s room.

Tonight will be Senior Night for basketball, cheer, and dance! The ceremony will take place in between the varsity basketball games. The games start with JV at 4:30 4:45 here in the gym tonight.

Tickets for the jeans day on next Tuesday can be bought from Ms. Dick or at lunch today.

Just a reminder that all applications for head boy and head girl are due to Ms. Crouse by next Thursday.

The boarding studentsindoor soccer team beat the day students’ team last night, 23-2. Congratulations on the victory!


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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20

Today's lunch: Meatballs in chili sauce (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Beef carnitas (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Softball and baseball sign-up will be after school today. Softball players will sign up in the roost, and baseball players will sign up in the auditorium. *

There will be a Girl’s Night at 8 pm tomorrow night in Ms. Dick’s room. *

Tickets for the jeans day on next Tuesday can be bought from Ms. Dick or at lunch this week. *

Tomorrow night will be Senior Night for basketball, cheer, and dance! The ceremony will take place in between the varsity basketball games. The games start with JV at 4:30 here in the gym tomorrow.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

Today's lunch: Fried chicken (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Meatballs in chili sauce (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

If you ordered Spanish club shirts and sweatpants, please pick them up in Mr. Patiño’s classroom.

Reminder to all NHS members – both new and current: please be at the chapel by 5:30 tonight. 

Collection for Cinderella’s Closet will stop at 4:00 today. 

Roost Night will be tonight at 7pm in the auditorium. We will be making ice cream Sundays and watching Despicable Me. Come join in the fun! 

There will be a Girl’s Night at 8 pm this Friday in Ms. Dick’s room. 

Tickets for the jeans day on next Tuesday, February 25th, can be bought from Ms. Dick or at lunch this week. 

Softball sign-up will be after school tomorrow in the Roost. Baseball sign-up will be after school tomorrow in the auditorium.


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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18

Today's lunch: Four cheese pasta & rolls (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Fried chicken (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

All house and family leaders need to meet in Ms. Crouse’s room during family time.

There will be a Service Week meeting during family time today in Ms. Dick’s room.

Forensics will have a meeting today at 3:15 in Mr. Miller’s room.

All those interested in signing up for the Italy/Greece Spring Break trip need to get a trip information package from Mr. Wachter.  Please see him by the end of the day.

Roost Night will be tomorrow night at 7pm in the auditorium. We will be making ice cream Sundays and watching Despicable Me. Come join in the fun!

Everyone, please remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet. House points can be earned through your donations! Collection will stop on Wednesday!

There will be a Girl’s Night at 8 pm on Friday, February 21st, in Ms. Dick’s room.

Tickets for the jeans day on Tuesday, February 25th, can be bought from Ms. Dick or at lunch at the end of this week.

Remember that tomorrow will be a late start!

Congratulations to the Scholars' Bowl team for placing 3rd at State this weekend! Team members are Eamon & Chris Mulholland, Ian Buhman-Wiggs, Joey Schmidt, Alexander King, & Holly Newton.

Events This Week:

Feb. 18 - Charity Jeans Day
               - Basketball @ Jefferson County North, 5:00
Feb. 19 - Late Start
               - NHS Induction in the chapel, 6:00
Feb. 20 - Softball & baseball sign-up after school
Feb. 21 - All-School Mass, chapel, 11:08
               - Senior Night for basketball, cheer, & dance!
                        - Basketball vs. Oskaloosa, 4:30
                        - Ceremony between Varsity games
                        - Little Ravens cheer at Varsity boys halftime
               - Wrestling competes at regionals

               - Girl's Night, 8 pm, Ms. Dick's room
Feb. 22 - Late Registration for SAT #5
               - Cinderella's Closet, roost, 10:00-3:00
Feb. 23 - Sunday Youth Mass (all are invited), St. Joseph's, 5:00
               - Life Night after Youth Mass, St. Joseph's, 6:00-7:30
(See more events on the School Calendar.)


Week of February 10 - 14
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12

Today's lunch: Chicken tender & mac'n'cheese (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Pasta primavera & salad Super Nachos (w/ drinks & dessert)

All junior girls need to attend a meeting after school today in Mrs. Bishop’s classroom.

The forensics team will meet after school today in Mr. Miller’s room. The league tournament is February 19.

There will be a meeting about the service trip to Colorado during family time tomorrow in Ms. Dick’s room.

A meeting for the Spring Break 2015 Trip to Italy and Greece is tonight at 8:00 in the study hall.  Bring your parents if you are interested in going.  Mr. Wachter and Mrs. Bishop look forward to seeing you there! It will be a hoot! If you are unable to make it tonight, please see Mr. Wachter or Mrs. Bishop.

Jeans Day will be next Tuesday. You can purchase tickets from Ms. Crouse or during family time for $1 for the rest of the week.

Everyone, please remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet. House points can be earned through your donations! Collection will stop in a week!

See Monday's announcements for events this week.


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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11

Today's lunch: Pizza Day ($5 for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)
Tomorrow's lunch: Chicken tenders & mac'n'cheese (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

We will have a guest speaker tomorrow morning. Tomorrow we will be running on an unusual schedule. Be sure to check your email because the schedule has been sent to everyone in the school.

There will be an NHS meeting today in the library during family/seminar.

All junior girls need to attend a meeting after school on Wednesday in Mrs. Bishop’s classroom.

There will be a meeting about the service trip to Colorado during family time Thursday in Ms. Dick’s room.

Spring Break 2015 Trip to Italy and Greece is this Wednesday at 8:00 in the study hall.  Bring your parents if you are interested in going.  Mr. Wachter and Mrs. Bishop look forward to seeing you there! It will be a hoot!

Jeans Day will be next week on Tuesday, February 18. You can purchase tickets from Ms. Crouse or during family time for $1 for the rest of the week.

Everyone, please remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet. House points can be earned through your donations! Collection will stop February 19.

Congratulations to our Scholars’ Bowl team who became regional champions after going undefeated at yesterday’s competition! They will be competing in the State tournament this Saturday.

See Monday's announcements for events this week.
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10
All-School Mass, 11:08 in the chapel

Today's lunch: Lasagna, garlic bread, and veggies (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Pizza Day ($5 for 3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 can of pop)

Anyone who would still like to purchase a Tele-Heart may do so through today.  If you ordered Tele-Hearts but have not paid for them, please see Ms. McGinnis to pay.

There will be an NHS meeting tomorrow in the library during family/seminar. NHS members should also check their email as soon as possible.

Jeans Day will be next week on Tuesday, February 18. You can purchase tickets from Ms. Crouse or during family time for $1 for the rest of the week.

There will be a meeting about the service trip to Colorado during family time Thursday in Ms. Dick’s room.

Everyone, please remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet. House points can be earned through your donations! Collection will stop February 19.

Scholars’ Bowl will be dismissed at 12:30 today to compete in regionals at Riley County.

Congratulations to Aubrey Lutz for earning a 1 rating in the regional piano competition and qualifying for State! 

Upcoming Dates of Significance:

Feb. 10 - All-School Mass celebrating the Feast of St. Scholastica, 11:08, chapel
Feb. 11 - Pizza Day (After-Prom Committee Fundraiser, $5 per meal)
Feb. 12 - Pro-life speaker from 8-9
               - Parents' Club Meeting, Jerry's Again, 7:00
Feb. 13 - Mass with the Archbishop, 10:00, chapel
Feb. 14-16 - Parents' Weekend
Feb. 14 - No School (Teacher inservice)
            - Parents' Weekend chili feed in the roost, 5-8; $5
Feb. 15 - Parents' Weekend dances: 7-10
Feb. 16 - Sunday Mass, St. Joseph's Church, 5:00 (geared towards teens & their families; all are welcome)
            - Life Night after Youth Mass, St. Joseph's, 6-7:30
Feb. 17 - No School (President's Day)
(See more events on the School Calendar.)

Academic & Athletic Events This Week:

Feb. 10 - Scholars' Bowl Regional Meet, Riley County (rescheduled from last week)
Feb. 11 - Basketball vs. Jackson Heights, 4:30
Feb. 13 - Basketball @ Horton, 5:00
Feb. 14 - Basketball vs. Valley Falls, 4:30
Feb. 15 - State Scholars' Bowl, Douglas, 12:00

(See more events on the School Calendar.)

 

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Week of February 3 - 7

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7
Late start (due to snow)

Today's lunch: Sloppy joes and french fries (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Monday's lunch: Lasagna, garlic bread, and veggies (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Next week’s jeans day has been moved to the Tuesday after next week.

There will be an NHS meeting on Tuesday in the library during family/seminar.

There will be a meeting about the service trip to Colorado during family time next Thursday in Ms. Dick’s room.

Remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet in exchange for house points. Collection will stop February 19. 

The basketball tonight at Imac is still on, with the JV girls at 4:30 followed by the JV boys. All four games will be played in the high school gym.

Last Tuesday’s game at Horton will be played this coming Thursday. 

The Atchison High Final Flurry wrestling tournament scheduled for last Saturday will take place tomorrow beginning at 9. Come out and support the team!

Our Scholars’ Bowl team will compete in regionals at Riley County on Monday. They will be dismissed at 12:30. 

See Monday's announcements for events this week.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6
Late start (due to snow)

Today's lunch: Japanese-style pork cutlet (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Sloppy joes and french fries (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

Tomorrow, we will have another late start. Please use this late start to take extra care in coming to school. We will NOT have all-school mass tomorrow; however, we will stay have 1st Friday adoration.

The basketball game tomorrow at IMAC has not been cancelled. 

The regional Scholars' Bowl meet that was scheduled for tonight has been rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 10.

Due to the weather issues, Tele-Heart orders will be accepted through Friday at noon. Please remember, any non-approved valentines that are put on lockers will be taken down.

Jeans Day will be Tuesday. You can purchase tickets from Ms. Crouse or during family time for $1. Tickets will be $2 on Tuesday.

There will be a meeting about the service trip to Colorado during family time Wednesday, February 12 in Ms. Dick’s room.

Everyone, please remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet. House points can be earned through your donations! Collection will stop February 19.


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TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, FEB. 4-5
School cancelled due to snow.

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Today's lunch: Chicken, roasted potatoes, green beans (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Cuban hash, rice, veggies (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)

In celebration of the Feast Day of St. Blaise, Fr. Jeremy will be blessing throats after school today.

There will be a meeting about the service trip to Colorado during family time Wednesday, February 12.

All students scheduled to take the AMC 10 and AMC 12 national math exams tomorrow need to stop by Mr. Poliquin's room before leaving school today.

Tele-Heart orders are due tomorrow to Ms. McGinnis.

Everyone, please remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet. House points can be earned through your donations! Collection will stop February 19.

Upcoming Dates of Significance:

Feb. 5 - Late Start
            - Parents' Club meeting, 7:00, Jerry's Again RESCHEDULED to Wednesday, Feb. 12, 7:00
Feb. 7 - All-School Mass, 11:08, school chapel Late Start
            - First Friday Adoration (by theology class)
Feb. 8 - ACT #4
Feb. 9 - SAT #5 Registration deadline
            - (There will be no 5:00 pm mass this Sunday)

(See more events on the School Calendar.)

Academic, Athletic, & Social Events This Week:

Feb. 4 - Basketball @ Horton, 4:30
Feb. 6 - Regional Scholars' Bowl, team departs at 12:30 RESCHEDULED to Monday, Feb. 10, 4:00
            - Wrestling @ Immaculata (double dual), 5:30
Feb. 7 - Basketball vs. Immaculata, 4:30
Feb. 8 - Wrestling @ Atchison High, 9:00

(See more events on the School Calendar.)


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Week of January 27 - 31

FRIDAY, JANUARY 31
All-School Mass

Today's lunch: Pork tenderloin sandwiches (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert) 

Monday's lunch: Chicken, roasted potatoes, & green beans (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert) 

Tele-Heart orders that include flowers MUST be turned into Ms. McGinnis by noon.  All other Tele-Heart orders are due by Tuesday (February 4th) to Ms. McGinnis.

Everyone, please remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet. House points can be earned through your donations! Collection will stop February 19.

Congratulations to our indoor soccer teams. Yesterday, the day students’ team, The Cheewees, tied their game 11-11, and the boarding students’ team, Victorious Secret, won their game 27-6.

See Monday's announcements for a list of events this week. See A Look At Our Week for a guide to this week's bell schedules. 

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 30

Today's lunch: Pork chops, mashed potatoes, & veggies (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert) 
Tomorrow's lunch: Pork tenderloin sandwiches (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert) 

Tomorrow, we will have both mass and our house initiation. Instead of your uniform, you may wear jeans and your house shirt.

Any student who is interested in attending a workshop on Careers in Health Care should see Ms. McGinnis this week.

Tele-Hearts are now available for purchase. Only valentines that are purchased through the NHS tele-hearts will be allowed on lockers; any other items that are put on lockers will be removed. Please turn orders in to Ms. McGinnis ASAP.

Everyone, please remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet. House points can be earned through your donations! Collection will stop February 19.

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29

Today's lunch: Jerk chicken and rice (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert) 
Tomorrow's lunch: Pork chops, mashed potatoes, & veggies (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert) 

This week is Catholic Schools Week! Don’t forget to collect points from Mrs. King and Ms. McGinnis for being in uniform. 500 extra points to the house that gets the most this week!

Tele-Hearts are now available for purchase. Only valentines that are purchased through the NHS tele-hearts will be allowed on lockers; any other items that are put on lockers will be removed. Please turn orders in to Ms. McGinnis ASAP.

Any student who is interested in attending a workshop on Careers in Health Care should see Ms. McGinnis this week.

Be sure to come to the meeting after school in Ms. Dick's room today to learn about the service trip to Colorado this June to work with the homeless. It will take care of all of your service hours for next year and will cost less than $150.00!

Everyone, please remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet. House points can be earned through your donations! Collection will stop February 19.

The following items are due today:

All NHS applications are due to Ms. McGinnis by 3:15pm, and no late applications will be accepted.

Spanish Club: Money for your shirts and pants is due to Mr. Patiño.

Today's the last day to turn in your responses for the upcoming newspaper! Remember: our success depends on your input!

See Monday's announcements for a list of events this week. See A Look At Our Week for a guide to this week's bell schedules. 

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 28

Today's lunch: Pizza Day, $5 (3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 soda) 
Tomorrow's lunch: Jerk chicken and rice (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert) 

Tele-Hearts are now available for purchase. Only valentines that are purchased through the NHS tele-hearts will be allowed on lockers; any other items that are put on lockers will be removed. Please turn orders in to Ms. McGinnis ASAP.

Any student who is interested in attending a workshop on Careers in Health Care should see Ms. McGinnis this week.

This week is Catholic Schools Week! Don’t forget to collect points from Mrs. King and Ms. McGinnis for being in uniform. The house that gets the most points for dress code this week will receive 500 extra house points.

All NHS applications are due tomorrow by 3:15pm, and no late applications will be accepted.

Spanish Club: Money for your shirts and pants is due tomorrow to Mr. Patiño.

Track runners: There will be a mandatory meeting in Mr. Patiño’s classroom after school. If you are playing a sport right now, you don't need to attend. 

Students- Don’t forget to submit your information back to Mr. Sinclair for the newspaper! Submissions are due tomorrow.

After school tomorrow there will be a meeting in Ms. Dick's room for those interested the service trip to Colorado at the beginning of June to work with the homeless. It will take care of all of your service hours for next year and will be under $150.00.

Remember to bring prom attire for Cinderella’s Closet in exchange for house points. Collection will stop February 19.

See Monday's announcements for a list of events this week. See A Look At Our Week for a guide to this week's bell schedules. 

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 27
Today's lunch: Ham & scalloped potatoes (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Pizza Day, $5 (3 slices of pizza, 2 cookies, & 1 soda) 

Tomorrow is also a JEANS DAY. Tickets will be $1 at lunch today or $2 tomorrow morning.

This week is Catholic Schools Week! This week is an opportunity to compete in a House dress code challenge. The house whose students receive the most points for being in proper dress code this week will receive an additional 500 points. Each student may receive up to 40 points per day by seeing Mrs. King in the mornings and Ms. McGinnis in the afternoons. 

All NHS APPLICATIONS are due Wednesday by 3:15pm, and no late applications will be accepted.

SPANISH CLUB t-shirts are $10 and pants $18.50. Money is due by Wednesday. If you don't pay by Wednesday, you will not get a shirt. Pay to Mr. Patiño and make check to MHMA.

TRACK RUNNERS: There will be a mandatory meeting in Mr. Patiño’s classroom tomorrow for those runners that interested in running track this Spring. If you are playing a sport right now, you don't need to attend. 

Students- Don’t forget to submit your information back to Mr. Sinclair for the NEWSPAPER! Our success depends on your involvement as well! Submission deadline is Wednesday.

After school Wednesday there will be a meeting in Ms. Dick's room for those interested the SERVICE TRIP TO COLORADO at the beginning of June to work with the homeless. It will take care of all of your service hours for next year and will be under $150.00.

Remember to bring prom attire for CINDERELLA’S CLOSET. Every item has a point value that will contribute to this house competition. Collection stops February 19. 

Upcoming Dates of Significance:

Jan. 27-31 - Catholic Schools Week
Jan. 28 - Pizza Day, $5 (After-Prom Committee Fundraiser)
              - House Charity Jeans Day
Jan. 31 - All-School Mass in the chapel, 10:52 11:08
              - House Initiation and team-building in the gym, 2:25
Feb. 2 - Sunday Mass (geared towards teens & their families; all are welcome), St. Joseph's Church, 5:00

(See more events on the School Calendar.)

Academic, Athletic, & Social Events This Week:

Jan. 27-Feb.1 - Basketball @ North Platte Tournament in Dearborn, MO
                          - Jan. 27 - Girls vs. Jefferson, 4:30 - L
                                           - Boys vs. Jefferson, 6:00 - W
                          - Jan. 29 - Girls vs. West Platte, 4:30 - L
                          - Jan. 30 - Boys vs. West Platte, 6:00 - L
                          - Jan. 31 - Boys vs. TBD (for 3rd place), 4:30
                          - See the athletic web page for the remainder of the tournament schedule
Feb. 1 - Wrestling @ Atchison High School; Final Flurry at 9:00

(See more events on the School Calendar.)


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Week of January 20 - 24

THURSDAY, JANUARY 23
Today's lunch: Meatballs (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Corn dogs (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert) 

Tomorrow is a mass day. Remember to wear your mass attire!

School pictures for newer students will be taken on Friday. Please meet at front office at 7:50 tomorrow morning. You must wear oxfords.

Jeans day tickets are on sale through Monday. Jeans day will be next Tuesday. You can buy tickets at lunch for $1. Next Tuesday they will be $2.

Any junior boy or girl who is interested in attending Boys or Girls State this summer, please see Ms. McGinnis this week.

Reminder that all NHS applications are due next Wednesday by 3:15pm, and no late applications will be accepted.

There will be a mandatory NHS meeting in the library during family time today.

Spanish club: Stop by Mr. Patiño’s classroom this week to check sizes and order Spanish club shirts.

Students who are interested in taking an AP test this year should see Ms. McGinnis as soon as possible.

Students- You should have received a packet during family time yesterday about an upcoming newspaper that is being produced by the MH-MA publications class. If you would like a chance at having your voice heard, please fill out the information and have it submitted back to the publications class by next Wednesday. Instructions on how to submit information are included in the packet. If you’ve lost your packet, you can pick one up in Mr. Sinclair’s room.

Next Wednesday (January 29th) after school there will be a meeting in Ms. Dick's room for those interested in finding out more information about the service trip to Colorado at the beginning of June to work with the homeless. It will take care of all of your service hours for next year and will be under $150.00.

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22


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TUESDAY, JANUARY 21
Sophomore Retreat

Today's lunch: Four-cheese pasta & rolls (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert)
Tomorrow's lunch: Chicken tenders & vegetables (w/ salad, drinks, & dessert) 

There will be no daily mass today or tomorrow.

All house captains and family leaders will meet in Ms. Crouse's room during family time today.

Please do not use the soccer field at Benedictine College. If you need to use it, you need to make arrangements with the athletic department. Also, when using it, stay away from penalty spots, and put away goals and trash.

There will be a mandatory meeting in Ms. Dick's room tomorrow during Family Time for those going on the mission trip. *

All members of Sebastian need to bring $2 to pay for their Feast Day celebration by tomorrow. The pizza party will be on Friday. Bring your money to Katie, Mrs. Bishop, or your family leader. If you don’t have money, you don’t get to eat pizza. *

On Thursday there will be a mandatory NHS meeting in the library during family time.

Spanish club: Stop by Mr. Patino's classroom this week to check sizes and order Spanish club shirts. *

Students who are interested in taking an AP test this year should see Ms. McGinnis as soon as possible. *

Next Wednesday (January 29th) after school there will be a meeting in Ms. Dick's room for those interested in finding out more information about the service trip to Colorado at the beginning of June to work with the homeless. It will take care of all of your service hours for next year and will be under $150.00. ***

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 20
Martin Luther King, Jr., Day: No School

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