Friday, October 24, 2014
There will be a mandatory meeting this Thursday during homeroom for juniors attending the November 3rd retreat. The meeting will be in the Chapel. The list should be posted in your homerooms and outside the Campus Ministry Office. Any questions see Mr. Ebrom or Mr. Raho.
BASKETBALL TRYOUT MEETING
There will be an organizational meeting Wednesday, October 29th for all those students that will be trying out for basketball. The meeting will be in the gym during your lunch periods. Forms, physicals, dates, and tryout procedures will be discussed. Any questions see Coach Bailey.
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
By popular demand we will be bringing back 2 outstanding Shamrocks that are now in the professional world to share their experience as to how they got to where they are today. Jim Labuz, a Commodity Options Trader and Paul Santucci, a Foreign Exchange Options Trader will be back at Saint Patrick High School next Tuesday during junior/senior homeroom and lunch. If you have an interest in the Business and Finance world, you must take advantage of this opportunity. See your counselor or Mr. McGovern if you are interested in signing up for this event.
The Kairos Retreat from December 2-5 is filling up quickly. There are only 10 spots left! Don't miss out. Sign up today. Any questions see Mr. Raho or Mr. Ebrom.
If this is your assigned date to write a sponsor letter, please go to the Library Computer Lab during your homeroom/lunch period.
Do you know that your body has 10 to 12 pints of blood? You can give a pint and your body will replenish that pint in less than 48 hours. See Ms. McMahon or Mr. Troxell.
TICKETS, GET YOUR TICKETS
Don't burn, pine, or perish Saint Patrick Students, there is ONE FREE TICKET waiting for you with Mr. Neurauter in the Business Office. The Saint Patrick fall play will be William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. Performances will be TONIGHT and TOMORROW NIGHT at 7:30 P.M. and a Sunday matinée at 2:00 P.M. If you are asking, "Who will woo the wild cat?" then don't miss the play or your free ticket - Tis a very excellent piece of work!
HALLOWEEN DRESS-UP DAY
We are bringing Halloween Dress-up Day back this year. To be eligible to dress-up, students must bring in two canned or boxed food items and submit them to their homeroom teachers. Homeroom teachers will then give them an out of uniform pass. Food items will be donated to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Dress-Up Day is Friday, October 31st. Students must dress in school appropriate costumes (no weapons, no cross-dressing, etc.)
REGULAR SCHEDULE - Monday, October 27, 2014