May 16, 2022
As we continue to celebrate Jesus’ Easter Resurrection we will be hearing prayers this week that were written by students in Mr. Zoeller’s Theology classes. Today’s prayer is written in the form of a psalm.
The Lord ensures my safety, there is nothing that can cause me harm. The Lord is the shepherd who guards the flock at night. The lord is like a dog who protects the farm. Our God is the soldier who stops the countries fright. The Lord ensures my safety, there is nothing that can cause me harm. The Lord is the strength that protects the family from harm. Lord you are the star that makes the night so bright and guides the lost traveler home. Although you are a protector, you are not always outright. The Lord ensures my safety, there is nothing that can cause me harm. Amen.
Attention all juniors and sophomores who signed up to participate in next year's Mentoring Program as a Big Brother. We will hold a 10-minute mandatory informational meeting tomorrow in Horton Hall before school at 7:40 and after school at 2:50. Please make plans to attend one of those meetings. If you absolutely cannot make it, see Coach Cotty, Coach Glaser, or Coach Yochum.
Actors are needed for St. X's fall play--a comedy called The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon. Auditions will be held in the auditorium on Wednesday from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. For more information, see Mr. Stephen Smith, Mr. A.J. Glaser, Mr. Jim Stairs, or see Ms. Reisert in the auditorium during lunch periods.
The Alliance for Humanity invites you to our weekly discussion tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. in room 211. We work to build a more inclusive, welcoming world where individual and community identities are valued through discussion, service, and collaboration. New members are warmly welcomed. Feel free to drop in whenever your schedule allows. See or email Mr. Bird with any questions.
The Photo Club will end the year with a wrap up meeting and future plan brainstorming of ideas for next year's club tomorrow after school in Room 403. See Ms. Jaffe or Ben Wolff with any questions. Congratulations to all students for a great full year back together! Take lots of photos this summer of your wonderful adventures and plan to join us next school year to share and print!
Congratulations to freshmen Miles Allen and Ethan Roths, and boat captain Cole Allen on a solid weekend at the KHSAA Bass Fishing State Finals at Kentucky Lake. These guys made a solid game plan on the practice day and refined it as they went along. They ended up catching a limit on day one to get themselves into 27th place out of 89 boats. They had the bites to be in the top 10, but couldn't quite get all of the fish into the boat. On day 2, things got tougher for most of the field as the fishing and boating pressure picked up on the lake and most of the productive areas we had found were covered with other boats from the various tournaments that day. We managed two more keepers to put us at 11 pounds and 11 ounces for the two-day total. The solid 35th place finish put us as the top boat from Louisville. A bright future ahead for these talented young anglers - Go Tigers!