Daily Bulletin


Daily Bulletin
Oct. 26, 2012 Friday A Day

Students who have not turned in service hours for the 2011-2012 school year need to have all service forms turned in by Oct. 31st. If they are not received by the end of the month detentions will be issued. There has been plenty of extra time given for this -- it was all due on the first day of school this year. A list of students from 2014 and 2015 who have not turned in hours can be found on the campus ministry bulletin board. Again the deadline to turn in your hours is Oct. 31st.

This week will mark the next round of Monthly Class Meetings. Please remember that if you are in Mandatory Encore you need to report to that room, everyone else is to report to the Fieldhouse for their meeting. Schedule goes as follows: Thursday: Juniors will NOT meet -- rescheduled to next week; Friday: Freshmen.

Mass with the Archbishop next Thursday: Anyone interested in working on the next student body mass with the Archbishop should see Fr. Tim or Mr. Remiger. We have invited Archbishop Carlson to join us for our All Saints Mass.

Mission Immersion Trip: Come and learn about how you might be able to travel to Jamaica to do some mission work at the beginning of next summer (2013) and learn about another culture and part of the world. There will be an information meeting today during Encore. The Vianney Group had a lot of fun the last time we went and we plan on doing it again! -- Fr. Tim

Pro Life Trip to Washington, D.C. for the annual march: There will be an information meeting Tuesday at Encore (Oct. 30) for the Pro Life Trip to Washington, D.C. next January. Think about traveling with the Vianney group to stand up for life. Come to the meeting to see what you need to do to apply. Priority will be given to the Pro Life club and any student who has participated in some of the Pro Life activities. If you cannot be at the meeting, please see Fr. Tim

STUCO: Missed Homecoming? T-shirts and sunglasses given out at Homecoming are for sale in the Griffin Gear Store. T-shirts go for $10 and sunglasses are being sold for $1. This sale is for this week only.

There will be a meeting of the Science Honor Society on Tuesday in room 105 at encore.

Anyone interested in a Vianney Ping Pong Club t-shirt, see Mr. Kheriaty. Shirts are $10 and we need money today.

The Robotics club finally has its robot! Members of the robotics club should meet in room 207 (Mr. Scanlon's room) immediately after school this coming Monday, Oct. 29th to start the assembly process. We have a tournament in January, so we've got our work cut out for us...hope to see you there!

Any student trying out for the sophomore basketball team will report to the track on Monday at 5:15 for pre-practice conditioning. Please bring appropriate dress and shoes for work on the track.

This message is for Wrestlers and all students who want to Purchase wrestling gear, the order forms are here stop by the coaches' office and pick yours up today!

Juniors who are interested in being student leaders for 2013-2014 Kairos retreats need to pick up Student Leader applications from Mr. Remiger in the Campus Ministry office, all applications need to be turned in by November 9th.

All freshman football players are reminded that equipment hand-in is today immediately after school in the varsity locker room. Be prepared to hand in all pads and CLEAN clothes (pants, jerseys, etc.)

The 8-3 Griffins Swimmers and Divers close out their regular season and conference schedule today at 4pm when they take on Chaminade at Chaminade.

B-soccer is still the leading edge of the storm, fighting high winds and inclement weather the Jr. Griffins took a 1-0 lead into halftime thanks to a Nick Auck goal from a Brandon Love assist. It ended-up being Aucker's 2nd game winning goal in as many games. Then for good measure the Jr. Griff's added four more goals in the second half to win 5-nil over Francis Howell. Scoring goals were; Joey Delbert from Tony Christante, Alec Roussin from Lovie, Tim Lupo from AR and a very rare Kopp (Ryan) from Kopp (Willie) goal. Brandon Ochterbeck gets credit for the shutout in his first game in the nets since recovering from a broken hand. Up next is the CBC JV/B Challenge Tournament Saturday at 1pm -v- DeSmet.

The following college reps will be on campus. You can sign up to visit with them online or in the Leadership Center up to a day in advance of the visit.

Oct. 26 8:40 a.m. U. of Alabama
Oct. 26 10:30a.m. Northeastern University-Boston
Oct. 30 2:00 p.m. Ranken Tech.