Friday, October 27, 2023
DAILY MASS: Please join us for daily Mass at 7:45 a.m. in St. Mary of the Assumption Chapel
ST. BERNARD MOVERS
Burger: Hamburger/Cheeseburger/ Grilled Cheese
Pizza: Cheese, Pepperoni, Meat Lovers
Soup: Clam Chowder
Fry: Mini Corn Dog, Fries
Entrée: Chicken Patty Meal
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: All are invited to attend Eucharistic Adoration this Friday at 1:00 in St. Mary's Chapel. Please come and spend some quiet time with the Lord and hear a beautiful faith witness from senior, Anthony LIbertosky.
PEER TUTORING: Hello Wildcats! DO YOU NEED A PEER TUTOR? Best practice suggests that, when you need some assistance in a class, you should go to the source first: your teacher. However, if you have been meeting with your teacher and find you still struggle, The St. Ignatius Peer Tutoring Program may be a great option for you. Please fill out the Peer Tutor Request Form, and someone from the peer tutoring program (Coach G, Mr.Mackey, or Ms.Miller) will be in contact with you as soon as the first week of October.
WRITING LAB: Need Writing Help?: The Peer Conferencing Center is here to help! Staffed every period, every formation period (except Thursdays), and before and after school, the PCC (located next to the English office in MB 415A) has excellent juniors and seniors to help you with your writing needs. It doesn't have to be just for English, either. Any subject works. Stop by anytime! Ask your English teacher for more details if you'd like.
: Want to get involved with service at Saint Ignatius? The St. Bernard Movers helps people move from one apartment to another, or from transitional housing to independent living. We work on Mondays after school until about 5:30, and transportation is provided to and from school. It's truly rewarding meeting people who might be in their first safe living situation. Join us! Questions, see Mr. McManamon in College Counseling.
: College Rep visits are wrapping up? Senior students are invited to attend the information sessions IN THE College Counseling office, Unless noted otherwise. Juniors may also attend if they have a free period.
Friday, October 27 (E Day)
10:30am Ohio Dominican University
Monday, October 30 (B Day)
8:30am University of Michigan School of Art & Design - Room MB510
12:20pm Le Moyne University
Thursday, November 2 (G Day)
10:30am Temple University
The sophomore class senate will be having a bake sale Tuesday October 31st supporting L’Arche Cleveland. It will be during both lunch periods and all treats will be sold for a dollar. In addition, there will be two jars with festive Halloween candy. Any purchased treat will allow you to guess the number of candy per jar for a chance to win the candy. Make sure to bring your cash on Tuesday and support the sophomore class!
"Students, faculty, and staff: this month’s Mission Collection will be supporting L’Arche Cleveland, an organization dedicated to assisting and supporting those with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities through mutually transformative relationships. Additionally, L’Arche is an important aspect of Saint Ignatius: students have supported the life changing work done at L’arche through the Friends with L’Arche program for over 15 years. Please consider supporting the important work done at L’Arche by making a donation, either with cash or wildcard, during lunch and formation on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the senior lounge or by donating cash in your advisories. If you are unable to donate financially, please consider donating your time through the Friends with L’Arche program."
The Saint Ignatius Harlequins present Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic,
November 17-19 in the Breen Center for the Performing Arts. The play follows some sweet Puffs (well, not always sweet) who are just trying to learn what it means to live in this magical world, figure out who they are, and develop friendships-all while attending a school (of magic and magic) at the same time as a certain boy wizard. Our Saint Ignatius students, along with students from Beaumont School, Saint Joseph Academy, and Magnificat High School, have enthusiastically been working to bring together this very funny and heartfelt production. Tickets for Saint Ignatius students are $5.00. Reserve your tickets at https://www.ignatius.edu/puffs
Interested in being part of a new club? Stop by Room 323 after school on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday this week to check out Billiards Club. It doesn't matter if you have never played before or if you consider yourself an experienced pool shark, we are looking for students of all levels to join us.
"Are you interested in learning how to rock climb? Every week a group of students walks to Cleveland Rocks, a local rock gym, just down the street from school. All students will be taught how to climb and will receive a discount for admission to the gym. Our first meeting will be on Wednesday, 10/18 during activity period in LH 324. We will discuss waivers, and introduce everyone. Our first Climbing day will be 10/19. Hope to see you there! "
F1 CLUB: is a place for all motorsport enthusiasts, although we will mainly focus on Formula 1 racing. Activities for our club will include discussing upcoming Formula 1 races and events that took place during past race weekends, as well as all of the fresh and exciting news in the industry. We have an online F1 23 League, We will soon have a Go-Karting League running, hold fantasy leagues, learn about the latest racing technological/automotive advances, and watch races! We meet in room 215A during the formation period every Monday and Friday.
Moderators: Sam Glass firstname.lastname@example.org , Mr. Strauss email@example.com , Mr. Savic firstname.lastname@example.org
BOARD GAME CLUB:
Would you like to be a member of the most exclusive, premier club in the United States? While you're waiting for that invitation, why not join the Board Gamers Club
? We meet after school on Wednesdays in LH229 until 5:00. Drop in for a quick game of Risk, Catan, or Stratego, or bring a new game to teach others. You don't have to be bored to join our club, you just have to be a gamer. Contact Alex Ament '25 email@example.com
or Mr. Ptak firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions.
All current or prospective members are encouraged to attend the Ohio Innocence Project guess speaker series noted above on Tuesday. This is a unique opportunity to hear from these individuals and you will not regret it.
DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS CLUB
: Calling all adventurers, new and old! If you like making friends, storytelling, writing, acting, adventuring, dungeon-crawling, exciting turn-based combat, board games, card games, video games, tabletop games, really any type of games, or shiny math rocks, then you should come to the Dungeons & Dragons club on Monday in MB 414 during Formation Period. We will be creating new groups for this school year, continuing old ones, and discussing D&D and other tabletop roleplaying games. Even if you don't plan on playing during formation, it's a great way to organize a campaign for outside of school. Contact Alex Ament or Mr. Boenker (email@example.com
) for more information.
: Are you looking for a sense of community and conversation? Alliance is open to students of all sexual orientations and identities, all allies, and teachers. Snacks will be provided, of course! NEW DATE, NEW TIME, NEW PLACE! Let's meet on Monday, in The Companions Center - Community Room (one with the Ignatius & Companions window) from 12:55 - 1:40pm. Contact Mrs. Reagan, Mr. McManamon, or Mr. Murphy for more info.
We will be having our first hackerCats/Coding Club meeting of the school year this Friday in Room 323 during the Formation Period. No experience coding is needed to join - just some curiosity! We will be discussing our plans and activities for the year. All students are welcome to join!
NEED MATH HELP?
Go to the Math Lab (Loyola Hall 224 - next to the 2nd floor Commons Area)! Math teachers are waiting to help you in the Math Lab - every day during both lunch periods and Formation Periods. No appointments needed - just stop in!
It's time to plan the next blood drive. Let's meet on Tuesday October 31st in room 313 from 3:15-3:25. Any freshman or sophomore interested in joining the club, please attend this meeting.
ARRUPE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS: will take place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays this year. If you are interested, contact Mr. Valletta and look for the online signups.
CAT MEETING: The Christian Action Team meets every Wednesday at 8:25 a.m. in the Companions Center for Faith that Does Justice (1st floor Loyola Hall). All students are invited. Come to learn about the different opportunities, hear stories from your peers, pray, reflect and get involved. Please consider joining us!
ULTIMATE FRISBEE: Thursdays 3:15-4:30pm on grass field near M.A.C. and Fridays during formation on Kyle Field. Email Mr. Betz or Mr. McGinness for more details or to be added to the team page.
SKATEBOARDING CLUB: "Are you interested in skateboarding or want to learn how? Join the Skate Cats every Monday during the formation period and Friday after school in SC 204. We will provide boards but feel free to bring your own. We plan outings to skateparks every quarter, build boards, discuss skateboarding, and watch skate media. It doesn't matter if you have experience or not, everyone is welcome."
VELOCATS: We meet Fridays immediately after school (weather permitting) & some Saturdays. The club also meets Fridays during formation period in 235 to hang out. Velocats is the St. Ignatius cycling club. Local rides (3:15-4:30pm on some Fridays). We will go mountain biking and hit local dirt jumps on some Saturdays (usually around 1pm) dependent on student interest. We ride Ray’s Indoor MTB on Mondays in the winter. Email Mr. Betz to be added to the club page and receive details on upcoming rides.
YOGA CLUB: The Yoga Club provides the opportunity to participate in a yoga practice that incorporates mind and body. If you are interested in improving your strength and flexibility, finding mental and emotional balance, improving your health, or just want to try something new in a non-judgmental community, join our club! Participants should dress comfortably and attend as often as possible. Sessions will take place from 12:55 - 1:40 on Fridays on Wasmer Field. Please arrive early to sign in and set up your space.
SIENTA: If you're interested in business and entrepreneurship, join us today in Gibbons Hall, next to Welsh Academy, for this year's inaugural SIENTA meeting. All aspiring business and investing moguls, please join us during activity period in Gibbons Hall.
VIDEO GAME CLUB: If you're interested in hanging out, playing video games, and talking about video games, then we have the club for you. Please join us every Wednesday after school in Gibbons Hall (next to the Welsh Academy on West 32nd).
That's the VIDEO GAME CLUB - Gibbons Hall - Every Wednesday at 3:10!
ANIME CLUB: Have you been feeling rather bored recently? Absolutely tired of having nothing entertaining to watch lately besides the same old shows. Well if so, why not join us on Fridays after school to watch something a bit more exciting than shows like River-dale. Anime Club will be having be meeting every Friday after school in SC room 102, where you can let go of the stressful week and ease into your weekend while enjoying a few episodes of your favorite anime. All are welcome! For any questions or concerns, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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