October 28, 2013 Monday A Day
A period teachers will read the new Mandatory Encore lists this morning. These new assignments begin today.
Monthly Class Meetings continue this week: Monday-Sophomores; Tuesday-Seniors and Thursday-Juniors.
The following students need to see Mr. Redman in Rm 105 at the beginning of encore:
Dominic Barczewski, Eric Biras, Clayton Bruner, Matt Cordia, Matt Jansen, Joseph Monroe.
Attention juniors and seniors: are you taking the December ACT? The next course starts Nov. 6. See Mr. Meyer for more information. If you've already taken it and would like to return, let Mrs. Kheriaty know ASAP so there will be a spot for you.
Scholar Bowl participants, Please see Mr. Wyss sometime today. Tuesday is our first competition.
Pro Life Club News
-- Invitation to participate in 40 Days for Life: Pick up a permission form on the campus ministry bulletin board to sign up for one hour of prayer and vigil in front of Planned Parenthood this Thursday, Oct. 31st. Turn in your form to Fr. Tim by Tuesday afternoon.
-- There will be a Pro Life Club meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 29th during Encore to help organize for Friday's event.
All Saints Mass: Any student who would like to assist with the All Saints Mass is asked to see Fr. Tim or Mr. Remiger sometime today.
Robotics will meet Tuesday after school in room 207....be there!
The Griffin Swimmers defeated De Smet on Saturday by a score of 94-82. Individual winners included Sam Trenter in diving, Garrett Lipic in the 200 IM, Jake Gauvain in the 500 Free and Nick Alexander in the 100 and 200 Freestyles. The team finishes its regular season this Friday at 4pm vs. Chaminade at Chaminade.
It was Cinderella story as captain Kenny Pliemann led his fine tuned dodge ball team, The Throwbacks, through the consolation bracket to face the undefeated faculty juggernaut. The Throwbacks withstood an early barrage and it became clear that they would not go quietly. Through attrition, the pedagogical powerhouse proved to be too much. In a tearful post tournament interview, Coach Pliemann expressed his disappointment that his four year dream of a dodge ball championship had slipped through his fingers. The always bombastic Coach Gladstone said, "first tug-war, now dodge ball, you can pencil in three-on-three basketball. This faculty squad is for real." Thanks to all who participated and helped support our April Special Olympics event.
CHESS INRAMURALS CONCLUDED LAST THURSDAY. NIKITA THOMPSON IS THE SENIOR CHAMPION WITH 6 POINTS, ALEX GRIFFIN IS THE JUNIOR CHAMPION WITH 3 1/2 POINTS, NATHAN MITTENZWEY IS THE SOPHJOMORE CHAMPION WITH 5 1/2 POINTS, AND MATSHALL HARNEY IS THE FRESHMAN CHAMPION WITH 4 1/2 POINTS. CHESS TEAM PRACTICE FOR ROOKIES BEGINS TODAY AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 209. CHESS PRACTICE FOR VETERANS BEGINS TUESDAY AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 209. ALL STUDENTS ARE WELCOME.
Sean Meyer was the lead runner for the varsity cross country squad Saturday at Parkway Central while Jack Eisenbarger led the JV as he set personal record on a course that does not yield many of those. Several other runners also posted season best times. Next up is the final competition at Blackburn Park on Wednesday.
Any student who loves HOOPS and is interested in serving as a full time student-assistant or part time game day statistician please plan on attending a brief informational meeting on Tuesday during Encore in Room 303.
7:45 to 8:25
8:30 to 9:10
9:15 to 9:55
10:00 to 10:40
10:45 to 12:15 MASS
College Reps on Campus: Please register for a visit on the Naviance Family Connection at least a day in advance.
Tuesday Oct. 29 8:40 Truman State University Kirksville, MO
10:40 Webster University St. Louis
Thursday Oct. 31 2:10 William Woods University Fulton, MO
Tuesday Nov. 5 8:40 Xavier University Cincinnati, OH
10:40 Marine Corps
2:10 Westminster College Fulton, MO
Thursday Nov. 7 10:40 William Jewell College Liberty, MO