Good morning, Pirates. Today is Monday, Sept. 14. It is the Feast of the Triumph of the Cross.
Students, we are doing fairly well on our social distancing request, just remember to walk single file in the hallways and that you need a Hall Pass to be out of your eating area during lunch.
Attention members of the cast for the fall drama production! The Jolly Roger will take your picture quickly in the Cove today after school for Group A and tomorrow after school for Group B. Come to the Cove as quickly as you can!
If you’re an officer or sponsor of a club that’s still wants to operate and would like to be included in the Club Fair, see Megan Clavenna or Kacey Barta.
Seniors! Jostens will be here to collect class ring and graduation orders on Wednesday, Sept. 16, and Thursday, Sept. 17. They will be in the Courtyard during Pirate Period and immediately after school. Remember to bring your order form and $60 down payment.
Informational football meetings with Coach Muehlbauer will be held during Pirate Period in the gym tomorrow (Tuesday, Sept. 15) for Cohort B and Wednesday, Sept. 16, for Cohort A. Students interested may attend either or both sessions. Please remember to mask up and social distance during the meetings.
The Junior Varsity cross country ran the Banning Lewis Preparatory Academy meet on Friday. Carlos Trechter led the boys team in a tight pack of runners including Bradon Weis, James Beam, James Clavenna and William Trechter. The team placed third overall with Carlos earning an individual 10th place finish. Madiana Martinez finished 9th for the girls.
The Varsity team ran the pre-state meet at Penrose Arena. The boys team was led by Dylan Brush and included Jackson Neppl, Lyndon Gotelaere, Jacob Limb and Alex Bodnar. All the boys ran incredibly well earning an overall second place finish and coveted silver belt buckles. Cameron Richter represented the Lady Pirates and ran very well.
There is a varsity cross country meet this Friday at Monument Valley Park. Girls run at 4 pm and boys at 4:40 pm. Spectators are allowed as long as they are wearing a mask so feel free to go show them some support.