Student Bulletin

Monday, March 19, 2018


Lost and Found:  Some cash was found and turned in.  If you lost money, please stop by the office and identify it.

ALL CURRENT NHS members have a mandatory meeting Friday, March 23, at 7:40 AM in Mrs. Nohrenberg’s room (O-209). Please see Mrs. Nohrenberg or Mrs. Benson if you are unable to make it.

All 2018 NHS inductees will have a mandatory meeting Friday, March 23 during 4B or 5C in the PAC. Expectations and requirements for NHS Induction Mass will be discussed. Please plan to attend.

The library will be closed today after school for HOSA testing.

Now that the 3rd quarter is behind us, please return your independent reading books to the library.  While you’re there, check out a new book for this quarter and register for this week’s National Reading Month gift card drawing.

Student Council is sponsoring a Spring Cleaning Clothing Drive for Charity this week. Bring your gently used clothing articles to the foyer starting Tuesday and earn a dress down day Friday. Thank you for supporting this great cause.

Girls Basketball meeting in Coach Kolsrud’s locker room for all Varsity players Tuesday, March 20 immediately after school.  Please bring uniforms to check in.

The Spinsters Dance is Saturday, March 24th at The District. Tickets will be available to purchase in the cafeteria during lunch periods for $30 a couple or $20 for an individual.

Congratulations to Isaac Struck and Lizzie Miller for being selected by the coaches as O’Gorman’s Honor Athletes. They will be honored at the Honor Athlete Banquet on Monday, April 23rd 7:00 at Gloria Dei Church.

History Club Quiz Bowl third round will be Tuesday at 3:30 in 0-109.

Debate Practice Schedule this week: Today, practice at 3:30 in K-108. Remember that today is the last chance to sign up for the After School Student Congress at Sioux Falls Washington. Tuesday, After School Student Congress at Washington. Wednesday, practice at 3:30 in K-108. Thursday, Big Questions Debate National Qualifier at Roosevelt.

Food, friends, music! Did you know there’s a buffet included with your ticket to see Concert Choir Capers Variety Show and next Monday, March 26? Buy your $25 reserved seat before school at the box office!

SPECIAL OFFER! Students who wish to attend just the mainstage Capers Variety show can get a walk-up ticket, no meal, for just $10. Doors open for walk-up ticket purchases at 6:30pm next Monday, March 26.

Do you love writing poetry?  Then the English department has a chance for you to write and perform your original poetry at the Barnes & Noble Book Fair on April 21.  Prizes will be awarded and fun will be had by all.  Join us for an informational meeting on March 22 at 3:30 in O208.

Cheerleading tryouts are just around the corner.  Please join us for an information meeting tonight March 19th at 6pm in room G-100.  Tryout packets are available in the athletic office.  Tryouts will be held Monday, March 26th & Tuesday, March 27th at 4pm

Come join the International Club on Wednesday the 21st at 3:30pm in G-108 to decorate Easter Eggs and to learn more about European cultures and their unique Easter traditions. Bring a friend.

Campus Ministry

Catholic Culture today, 4B & 5D,  will be the game Pharisees- join us for a round to see who gets excommunicated or if we can outsmart the Pharisee. See for the Rosary during 4A (Chapel) & 5D (in Cam Min).

CORE Team will meet on the balcony at the junior high tomorrow, 7:20am. Saints group will meet in campus ministry.

 Color Easter Eggs with LifeScape Thursday, March 29;  6:00 pm-7:45. You will be responsible for bringing a box (or two) of the tablet dye colors and some smiles. We only need about 15 students, sign up ASAP.

Counseling News

College Visits: Be sure to get a pass no later than 8:00 am on the day of the visit.

Mar 20 – SDSU 2nd period; March 20 – Yale 3rd period; Apr 3 – Cornell 2nd period

April 12 – MN Rochester 8th period; Apr 19 – SDSU 8th period; Apr 23 8th period