Student Bulletin

Monday, May 14, 2018


ATS Students – Please sign up for a final time on Google Classroom ASAP.

Students selected to complete their summer work study hours at St. Michael’s Cemetery need to attend a mandatory meeting in room K-108 on Wednesday, May 16th at 12:30 PM. Pizza and pop will be provided.

 All freshmen through juniors will need to have their student ID’s for lunch on Thursday, May 17.  Students must have a minimum of $3.50 in their account for lunch on that day.

All work study hours, detentions, fees, uniforms, and books need to be turned in by today or you will not be allowed to take your semester finals.

Summer care work study students need to attend a mandatory meeting in the administrative conference room on Wednesday, May 16th at 12:30 PM. Pizza and pop will be provided. If you received a form with your letter notifying you that you were selected for summer care, please bring the form to the meeting.

Knight PULSE will once again be hosting a semester test study session on today, May 14th from 5-7 PM.Teachers will be grilling hot dogs in the northwest parking lot with chips and drinks provided. Study areas will be available as well as help from teachers. Come join us for some fun, fellowship, and food!

Today is the last day to return all library books before you jeopardiize your semester tests.  Be sure to return them to the library before leaving school today.

Need a place to study during semester tests?  Don’t forget that the library will be open for quiet study.  If you do plan to take advantage, just remember that you must stay in the library until the bell rings.  No roaming the halls during that testing period.

Reminder to all track athletes we will have a quick banquet 5:30-6PM tonight in the cafeteria.  Bring $5 for the pizza.

All Football Players (current freshmen through juniors) please plan to attend a short meeting tomorrow immediately following the 8th period test in room K205 (Coach Poppinga’s Room).  Summer workout info and your apparel purchases will be given out.

All those enrolled in AP U.S. History and AP World History for next year should stop and see Mr. Gordon in 0-109 during semester testing for summer work information.

Any student taking AP Spanish 4 or 5 next year, who hasn’t already received the summer work, should stop and talk to Mr. LeBrun.

A reminder to all of next year’s AP English Language and Composition students, get your parental permission slip into Ms. Skar today.

Girls Basketball meeting tomorrow, May 15 at 8:30am for Grades 9-11 in G-100 to discuss summer activities.

As we wrap up another year, be sure to return your books to the library before the end of the semester.

HOSA Members, don’t forget to turn in your scrub shirts and your $10 if you haven’t already done so!

Debate Awards Banquet will be Thursday, May 17 at 7:00 PM at Carnaval Brazilian Grill. See Mr. Stevens to RSVP.

Campus Ministry

Join us to pray the Rosary today during 4A and 5C!

For Catholic Culture today, please come sign “Thank you” cards for all the priests that joined us this year. Thank you =]

Get Christian Service Hours this summer and support our Seminarians. We will have our 1st Holy Smoke Car Show on O’Gorman Campus on July 21st and there are many things to volunteer for at  Fr. Haggerty and the Knights of Columbus will be running the event.

JPII Vocations Camp May 29-May 31 and June 1st-3rd at Abbey of the Hills. Kick off your summer with a blast. Fr. Haggerty and six seminarians will be running a vocations camp when school gets out. Don’t be bored at home, but come and discover your vocation and what it means to be a man of God! Boys Ages 12-16 sign up at

JPII Vocations Expedition to the Rockies July 29th- August 4th. Fr. Haggerty and six seminarians will be leading an awesome expedition into the Rocky Mountains to end the summer before school. This will truly help you discern your vocation. We will visit St. John Vianney Seminary in Denver, hike a 14,000 ft. Mountain, White Water Raft, and Rock Climb. Men Ages 16 and up can sign-up at

Counseling News

Students can still register for summer school. Courses that have openings are Speech, World History, and Government.