Weekly Memo for March 25, 2015:

It's official--Spring!

Thank you again to all who participated in the Spring fundraiser. Congratulations to Jake Brady, our big seller. Jake wins a week's worth of dress-down days. All participants will be entered in a raffle next Thursday for a 5 lb. bar of chocolate ... just in time for Easter!

The students have been great this week. The testing has been going well--only one more day (Friday) to go.

Thank you to those students who volunteered at the Soup Kitchen last Friday: Mariana Poore, Ethan Frenette, Jake Brady, Kye Dixon and Carolyn Schwamb.

Friday will be a second dress-up day this week (colored shirts are OK). We will be going to the Stations of the Cross at St. Anthony.

Some previews of upcoming events:

Thursday, April 9th - DC meeting - 6:00 pm in the school library

Friday, April 10th - Palace Theater - "Godspell"

Tuesday, April 21st - Graduation Photo in the Cathedral--8th graders will have to bring their caps and gowns to school.

Wednesday, April 22nd through Friday, April 24th - DC Trip

Friday, April 24th - Dana Center - "Lifeboat"

Friday, May 8th - Trip to Museum of Fine Arts - Boston

Wednesday, May 13th - Fisher Cats Education Day

Thursday, May 14th - Ascension & Grandparents' Day

Thursday, May 21st - "Hairspray" - Drama Class, 4:30 PM and 6:30 PM

Thursday, May 28th - Band Concert--7:00 pm

Monday, June 1st - Wednesday, June 3rd - Final Exams

Monday, June 8th - Awards Assembly--8:00 am

Tuesday, June 9th - Canobie Lake Park

Wednesday, June 10th - Graduation Breakfast, 8:00 am;

Talent Show,9:30 am

Thursday, June 11th - Graduation at the Cathedral, 6:00 pm

Friday, June 12th - Last day of School - 11:30 am dismissal

Athletic News:

Spring sports begin on Monday, March 30th. Track will be practicing 3:00 - 5:00 pm, and baseball will be practicing from 2:30 - 4:30 pm.

Everyone's pay-to-play ($100.00) is due before the first game/meet. All athletes will get schedules next week.

Baseball players need to buy warm-up shirts ($20.00) and hats ($10.00).




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