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COVID-19 has presented a tremendous challenge for Saint Ignatius High School to balance our mission of providing an academically rigorous, Catholic, Jesuit education along with the health and safety recommendations of leading healthcare experts. On Monday, March 15, students returned to full-day, in-person learning.

Saint Ignatius High School

Daily Announcements

Check here for updates on extracurriculars, college visits, service news and the cafeteria menu.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

STEM Internships:  Our next meeting will be held TODAY after school in 301 @ 3pm.

IGNATIANS FOR LIFE:  Please join the Ignatians for Life  and every Wednesday to pray the rosary for the culture of life at 11:30am in the Companions Chapel (across from the Admissions Office).  All are welcome!
 
The Lens: Wondering what "DON'T LOOK AT THE MOON" means? It's part of the prompt for The Lens' newest film contest. Win up to $100 just by making a video that's 3 minutes or less. For the full prompt and details visit bit.ly/sihslens 
 
Saint Joseph of Arimathea Pallbearer Ministry would like to invite all students to the Potter's Field prayer service on Holy Thursday, April 1 at 10am.  At Potter's Field we pray for and remember the more than 18,000 people buried in unmarked graves, as well as those our ministry has served.  All are welcome.  Contact Mr. Valletta or Mr. Mulholland with questions.
 
DIOP: Democratic Ignatians on Politics will meet today during the first lunch period in MB 414. Come join your classmates in discussion and debate from the left side of the political spectrum. All are welcome, and you may bring your lunch as long as you maintain distance from other attendees. We are especially grateful for any interested underclassmen as many of our members are graduating this year. Contact Michael Sarkis, Sanat Subhash, or Masario Atkins with any questions. Distance learners are welcome but should reach out to a student leader in advance of the meeting.
 
CONSERVATIVE CAUCUS will meet today at 11:15 in room LHL 321.  Make sure to bring a friend and spread the word! We will have an open discussion based around higher education and abortion. All viewpoints are welcomed to attend and express their opinions. The club should run about 40 minutes.  Feel free to email either Connor Kissling, Mr. Hennessey or Garrett Bruce with any questions.
 
The Eye: Join The Eye's team of students covering Saint Ignatius High School! Dig into the stories behind the stories, uncover the events that shape the future of our school, share your humor, opinions, thoughts, talent, and voice as a part of The Eye. We are always welcoming new team members, so please stop by The Eye's meeting TODAY during the common period at 11:00 in LH324.
 
Arrupe Summer Program.  Reminder to all freshmen if you are interested in fulfilling your Sophomore Service requirement over the summer, your Arrupe Summer Program application is due today.  Please turn in your application to the Sophomore Service office, 2nd floor Loyola Hall, by the end of the day.  See Mr. McLaughlin or Mr. Valletta with questions. 
 
The Chess Club will meet once again TODAY in room 101 after school from 3 to 4.  All are welcome.
 
CAMPUS DINING:
Fry:  Chicken Nuggets, Fries
Pizza:  Cheese, Pepperoni
EntrĂ©e:  Pasta Station
 
WHM:  Kamala Harris becomes first female, first Black and first South-Asian vice president in U.S. history, 2021.On January 20, 2021, Harris was sworn in alongside 46th U.S. president Joe Biden as the first-ever female vice president. Born and raised in Oakland, California, Harris is the daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants to the United States. She attended Howard University, a historically Black university in Washington, D.C., before embarking on a career trajectory that took her from district attorney of San Francisco to California attorney general to U.S. senator. After Harris ended her own 2020 presidential run, former vice president Biden, the Democratic nominee, chose her as his running mate.

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