Daily Bulletin

WSTX

April 16, 2021

Let us keep in prayer those senior students and adults who are returning from the Wilderness Retreat today.

God of Goodness, thank you for your great love for us shown so clearly by Christ’s Resurrection. Aware of our human frailties, we know that there is nothing that can truly separate us from that love. Teach us today to love you more. Help us to trust in you. Amen.

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Tomorrow juniors Jackson Poma and Ben Marks will have a Tigers Care Food Drive in the Persimmon Ridge Subdivision. Mrs. Schork will have a drive in Jefferson Trace.  They will be collecting food for the Sister Visitor outreach program run by Catholic Charities.  We want to wish them well.

Ben Breunig will be handing out 1,800 Dare to Care flyers in Lake Forest on Sunday from noon until 2:00 p.m. and needs help.  Students will receive 2 hours of direct service.  For details and to sign up please go on MobileServe.

SCHOOL NEWS

Don’t forget to sign-up for Tiger Tailgate! Scan the QR code on one of the flyers displayed around school for the link.

The juniors are still leading in the race to finish signing up for summer reading. We have 44 juniors, 64 freshmen, and 89 sophomores who still need to sign up. Let's do this! Click the summer reading link at the top of your CMC app. Contact the librarians with any questions.

SAC NEWS

SAC is accepting applications for students who want to run for a position for next school year. If interested, please pick up an application from Mr. Noe or Mr. Spears in room 104, or Mr. Ianke in the Counseling Office. The application deadline is April 23.

NHS NEWS

The Brother Thomas More Page Chapter of the National Honor Society is proud to announce the newly elected NHS officers for the 2021-2022 school year. Thanks to all of the candidates for participating in this year’s NHS Executive Council Election.

President: Fitz Norris

Vice President: Tommy Schrepferman

Service Coordinator: Max Brown

Secretary: Clayton Roark

Communications Director: Darren Grendi

CLUB NEWS

Master Oogway once said, "One often meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it." Have you been avoiding learning about kung fu at Chinese Club? Then it's your destiny to join us after school on Monday or Tuesday in room 212. See Mr Holden for more details.

SPORTS NEWS

The JV baseball team beat Bullitt East last night 11-4.

Congratulations to the Varsity Tennis Team as they improved their record to 9-2 with a sweep of all six courts against Manual.  The Tigers were led in singles by Holden Rockwell, Chris Johnson, and Eli Stephenson and the doubles teams of Ty Bush with Patrick Johnson and William Lewis with  Tommy Scanlan. The team plays tomorrow at home versus Edwardsville Illinois.

The Swimming and Diving team opened up the post season with the Regional Diving Championships yesterday in Versailles. Congrats to Regional Champion Brandon Anderson and Regional Runner Up Josh Schulten on automatically advancing to the KHSAA State Swimming and Diving Championships next week. Max Brown was third in the Region completing the Tiger Sweep. Up next for the Tigers, the Regional Swimming Championships on Saturday!

 

 

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