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Saint Ignatius High School

Daily Announcements

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

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Happy Halloween!

LUNCHTIME MASS:  Fr. Pribyl, S.J. will celebrate Mass today during 7th period (12:30) in the Companions Chapel.  All are welcome to attend.

Blue and Gold Day: In an effort to increase participation in the sock drive during this final week, we will be able to have a Blue and Gold Dress down day this Friday. If you would like to dress down, you’ll have to wear your blue blazer this Thursday for Mass and donate socks for the drive in your homerooms. 
 
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION - Come and pray for 20 minutes in front of the Blessed Sacrament! We will have Eucharistic Adoration this Friday, November 2nd in the Chapel. Please consider devoting half a period to this powerful method of prayer.  Contact Mr. Krzmarzick with questions or to sign up for a 20-minute prayer slot.
 
ATTENTION FRESHMAN:  This week there will be meetings for all freshmen who intend to run for the upcoming election for freshman reps on the Student Senate.  The meetings will be TODAY at 3:00 PM; and Thursday November 1 at 7:30 AM.  and at 3:00 PM. The meetings will be in room 315, Main Building and will last about 20 minutes.  You must attend one of these meetings if you plan to run.  Information about the election will be discussed and petitions will be distributed.  Questions can be answered by Mr. Popelka, room 302, and Mr. Kelley, room 315.
 
The Chess Club of St. Ignatius will be going to our first tournament in several years. Free United States Chess Federation memberships are provided. Come compete for Ignatius and see Junior Christopher Haddad, Senior Sean Coleman, or Physics teacher Mr. Decarlo for more information. The Chess Club meets on Wednesdays in room 101 after school.  All are welcome.
 
Attention Juniors and Seniors: The colleges and universities listed below will be on our campus the week of October 29th. You may attend any session during a free period. Seniors only-if you have class,you must obtain permission from the teacher one day in advance to attend. Please be vigilant about checking the college visit schedule so you can plan ahead and not miss the same class numerous times.
TODAY, Wednesday, October 31st
    6th period: Gettysburg College
Friday, November 2nd
    5th period: The University of Toledo 
 
ALL STUDENTS:  The Model Railroaders (Cats on the Tracks) are accepting used model railroad parts. If you have some model railroad tracks, cars, pieces, figures, landscape, etc. that you or your family want to get rid of, please consider donating it to our new club. You can get that old stuff out of your attic, basement, or storage bin and give it new life with us. Bring your boxes to Mr. Johnson’s office MB218 or drop it off with Mr. Martin in the AP Office.
 
Driver's Ed classes begin on Tuesday, November 6. Classes start after school at 3:15 in Room 212. Pick up a flyer at the Student Life Office for details and registration information. Or, go to:  www.NationalDriverTrainingOhio.com/saintignatius
 
BLUE BLAZER DAY TOMORROW.  Any student wishing to borrow a blue blazer for Thursday’s All School Mass must do so by the end of the day today.  Please stop in Mr. Franzinger’s office today if you need a blue blazer.  No blazers will be available to borrow on Thursday. 
 
GLOBAL TRIPS EXPO: On Wednesday, November 7th, following Common Period presentations to sophomores and juniors, the annual Global Trips Expo will be held in the atrium during periods 4-7.  Information will be available about student travel opportunities including cultural and academic experiences, domestic and international mission/service programs, and student exchanges with four other countries. Stop by and see the world!
 
Bookstore - Don’t feel blue...WEAR IT! The theme for this Friday’s game is a BLUE OUT!”  Let’s get the student section looking as AMAZING as it did for last week’s game!  Discounted shirts are available in the bookstore. SELECT T-shirts - $10, 1/4 zip sweatshirts - $15 and hooded sweatshirts - $20!  Grab these deals before they sell out!!!

ARCHERY:  Congratulations to Long Luong for winning the Archery Club's Halloween Tournament.  The archery club is open to all students and no experience or equipment is required.  If you are interested in joining, please contact Mr. Kobe or Ms. Henderson.
 
Notre Dame Club: the Notre Dame Club will hold its weekly meeting today after school in Room 223.  Highlights of the Navy game will be viewed and the Northwestern game will be previewed. All are welcome.  If you have any questions please see Mr. Healey.

Daily Campus Dining Menu 10-31-2018

Station Special

Main Line

 

Action Station

 

Pizza Station

 

Grill Station

 

Soup Station

 

Fryer Station

 

**indicates gluten-free option, please ask