January 23, 2014 Thursday C Day
Br. Roy’s A period class will eat at FIRST Lunch today.
It’s time to meet again at the Globe Theater in the Activity Center! Griffin Theatre needs usher/waiters for the performances of the Compleat Works of Shakespeare, Abridged presented January 30 to February 2. Join the mayhem as 6 Griffins perform all of Shakespeare, including the fastest performance of Hamlet ever seen! See Mrs. Fullenkamp in room 408—free admission to the show, activity points and fun!
If you signed up to work the Alumni Association Trivia Night on Saturday with Ms. Walsh, stop by her office to get a Volunteer Information Sheet.
Attention juniors and sophomores--Next week will begin the registration process for the 2014-15 school year. You will be meeting individually with your counselor to select classes for next year. Be thinking about courses that will meet your personal and career goals. Freshmen will register in February.
The roster of Seniors attending the final Kairos of the year in February can be found on the Campus Ministry Bulletin Board. If you have any questions see Mr. Remiger.
Hockey News: -Friday 1/24, 9:30pm vs. DeSmet at Queeny Park
Calling all Griffins! Looking for some service hours? How about some activity points? Volunteers can now sign up for the Night of the Griffin Auction. Please see Mr. Schuermann in the advancement office during encore or after school. Positions for all grades currently available.
Attention senior parents(and any other interested parties): Fear not the FAFSA! Join a representative from the SLU Financial Aid office on Tuesday, January 28 for step by step instructions on how to complete the FAFSA, the FREE financial aid form for college. The presentation is at 7 pm in the Media Center. See you there!
Seniors: several new scholarships have been added to the scholarship list on the colleges tab of Family Connection. Some highlights include scholarships for children of employees of St. Anthony's Medical Center, children of employees of Fred Weber, Inc. or a subsidiary company, students interested in pursuing a nursing degree, first generation college students demonstrating financial need, and many others. Check 'em out!
Seniors: Do you have a parent who is currently a member of any active, guard or reserve component of the US Army, a parent who served in the the US Army, Guard or Reserve or a parent who currently works for a defense contractor or a defense agency? The AUSA is awarding scholarships ranging from $1000 to $3000. Deadline is March 9. See Ms. Hartz, Mrs. Sodemann or Mrs. Dombek in the Leadership Center for more information.
Seniors: The University of Dayton is offering the Marianist Leadership Scholarship of $4000 to those students who have been accepted to the University of Dayton and have a 3.0 gpa. The scholarship is renewable and requires an essay and 2 letters of recommendation. See your counselor in the Leadership Center for more information. Deadline is February 18.
Six Flags is looking for seasonal employees. More information is on the Guidance bulletin board in the Marianist Lobby.
Juniors: The University of Missouri in Columbia is again offering Mini Med School, a one week, hands on experience designed for students interested in medicine as a career. Application deadline is March 1. See Mr. Lantz, Mr. Meyer or Mrs. Dombek in the Leadership Center for more information.
Juniors and Sophomores interested in pursuing a career in the Criminal Justice System are encouraged to attend the American Legion's Cadet Patrol Academy held June 1-6 in Jefferson City, MO. Seniors Tony Stackle and Ben Romas attended last summer's Academy. A 2.0 gpa and a valid driver's license are required. Get an application in the Leadership Center.
The Basketball Griffins play MCC rival CBC on Friday night in the annual Paint It Pink game. Come early, be loud, wear pink!
Guys Tonight is a big night as the Wrestling Team take on CBC, show your support for you griffins and Senior Andrew Hoffmann as he takes the mat for his last dual against CBC.
Tech Club Friday: Come learn more about robotics! James Howard, a Vianney alum and project manager from Boeing, will join us to talk about competitive robotics competitions and engineering.