October 15, 2014: 

Is it Fall?

The sweatshirts are in! If you ordered one as a gift, please call the school by noon on Thursday and let Mrs. Lauze know. We will put those aside. All other sweatshirts will be distributed during recess Thursday.

The hall and classrooms are decorated with campaign posters, and it looks great. The council elections are in full swing. The speeches for the major offices will be Monday, October 20th, at 10:00 am. All are welcome. The election will take place immediately following the assembly. This is a dress-up day for everyone.

Homeroom elections will take place Tuesday, October 21st, and the inauguration will be Thursday, October 23rd, at 10:00 am. All are welcome. This is a dress-up day for all

newly-elected council members. The dance will be Friday, October 24th, from 7-10:00 pm.

Our superintendent, Fr. John Fortin, will be here tomorrow visiting our students and faculty.

Friday the 8th graders will be walking the Freedom Trail. This will be a dress-down day (for 7th graders, too!). The students are welcome to bring a string bag for water/money. We will be stopping for lunch at Quincy Market. They can bring their own lunch or buy one there. We are leaving at 8:00 am and will be returning at 4:30 pm. We will have the students call home when we are approximately 15 minutes from the school.

Athletic News: Our soccer seasons are over. A great time was had by all.

XC has the City Meet today at Derryfield Park. Good luck!

Congratulations to Eric Favreau, who came in 9th place last Saturday in the League Meet.

State XC Meet this Saturday in Londonderry.

PMA Invitational Meet, Saturday, October 25th, in Hudson. The address is 182 Lowell Rd. 03051.

Sunday, October 26th, is Priest Sunday--the perfect time to thank your parish priest for everything he does for your parish community.

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