Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Holy Week services. We welcomed nearly 1,400 viewers between Holy Thursday and Easter Sunday. Our viewers came from four different countries and 36 different states. We are happy to continue to keep our community connected through our faith and we invite you to join us for Sunday's private Mass at 9 a.m. and a private Taizé Prayer Service on Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. Download Worship Aids and pray with us at home.
Fine Arts teacher Jon Jarc '93 is using his skills & resources to help battle COVID-19. He was recently featured in this segment on Cleveland 19 News. Watch more at https://bit.ly/3bkGXd2. This summer, Jarc will host a Drone Camp for boys & girls in grades 6-8. Sign up at www.ignatius.edu/wildcamps.
Speaking of Wildcamps, we continue to plan for our summer programs including Summer Enrichment Program and athletic summer sports camps. Due to scheduling concerns, we invite all those interested in spending their summer at Saint Ignatius to fill out our WildCamp interest form. By filling out this form, a camper's spot will be reserved for the selected camp(s). As summer draws nearer, scheduling decisions will be made in accordance with the governor of Ohio's orders. If the camps are scheduled to occur, separate payment forms will be sent to you via the email address provided. Please note that the separate registration form and camp fee are due before the first day of the camp in order to complete the registration process.
Monday, April 20 marks the official start of our 2020 Languages Week! Each day celebrates a different language offered through our curriculum including French, Spanish, Chinese, Greek and Latin. Complete with student challenges, kitchen creations and Chariot Races, we invite you to join in on our virtual celebrations. Learn more: https://www.ignatius.edu/news/april-2020/2020languagesweek
Our teachers continue to innovate during our Virtual Learning Protocol. Last week, Spanish teacher Sara Sebring held a Spanish speaker series via Zoom. Six people who use Spanish in their daily lives took time to talk and answer questions for students in Mrs. Sebring's classes.
Students Aidan Conway '21 and Aidan Millett '20 bonded through their time on the Wildcat hockey team, but their bond goes deeper than that. Read this story by Communications Coordinator for Athletics Joe Ginley '12 as he tells the tale of cousins who deepened their relationship through shared experience.
We pray that these weekly updates continue to find you well. Thank you for staying in touch with all that is happening at Saint Ignatius High School. We need our community now, maybe more than ever, and we appreciate your continued engagement. Be well and God bless. A.M.D.G.