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									                           Friday, October 12, 2012

Students: Pay especially close attention to these announcements
regarding campus safety:
1) At no time should students be entering gates or doors that are locked without
permission from a faculty or staff member, especially the gate outside the church.
If the gate is not open and supervised, then only the front doors of the school
may be used as an exit/entrance.

2) Here's an important technology privacy reminder for all students. Individuals
may NOT post images, video, voice or the likeness of a person without his/her
permission anywhere on the internet or store or share images on an electronic
device such as on wallpaper background on cell phones, through email, or any
technological media. Doing so is a violation of a person's personal privacy and
will be treated with disciplinary action. If you are in possession of any videos,
images, voice, or the likeness of someone such as another student, teacher, or
community member without their permission, delete that information immediately.

Cold weather reminder from the Deans’ Office: Only uniform items,
purchased from Michael's uniform or from an SMCHS practice pack may be worn
while on campus. Non-uniform items worn while on campus may be confiscated
and a detention issued.

More W’s for the Mariners!
Congratulations to the Lady Mariner volleyball team for defeating St Paul
yesterday. The Lady Mariners are now 9-0 and take on Cantwell @ Cantwell on
Monday night. Go Lady Mariner Volleyball!!!

Congratulations to the Boys' and Girls' Cross Country teams for their strong
performances at the second league race of the season. The boys' jv team, led
by #1 runner junior Stephen Romero, finished in second place overall, defeating
both St. Bernard and Bishop Montgomery. The boys' varsity team, led by #1
runner sophomore Pablo Reynoso, finished in third place overall, defeating both
Bishop Montgomery and Mary Star. Caleb Solomon, Greg Bolten, Henock
Teferi, and Jack Thomason were also top finishers. The girls' varsity team, led
by #1 runner junior Katie Grimm, finished in second place overall, defeating both
Mary Star and St. Bernard. Kelly Kielgass, Naomi North, Courtney Maeder, and
Makenna Carman were also top finishers. A very special congratulations to
junior Katie Grimm for her FIRST PLACE overall finish in Camino Real League
race. Way to go Katie and way to go Mariners!!!!!!!!

Some upcoming meetings:
Attention all girls' soccer players: there will be a mandatory meeting in Ms.
Diorio's classroom (room 38)TODAY during lunch. Once again, there will be a
girls' soccer meeting in Coach D's room during lunch TODAY. If for some reason
you cannot attend, see Ms. D as soon as possible!

Attention Mariner Speech and Debate Club members! We will be having a
meeting on TUESDAY at LUNCH- location will be announced next week.

The first of monthly leadership meetings will take place next Friday from 8 AM –
8:45 AM in Trepp A/B. All class councils, club presidents and vice presidents,
team captains, and leadership scholars are expected to attend. Please mark
your calendars! See Mrs. Rice for more information.

To celebrate this year’s Teen Read Week, the theme of which is Dare to Read
for the Fun of It, Mrs. Dinsmore will be having scary story time in the library next
week from 3:00-3:15. Stop by and listen to a frightening tale just for the fun of it!

Here’s what’s happening next Wednesday…
Senior College Field Trip Day is next Wednesday, October 17th. The colleges we
will be visiting this year are UCLA, Loyola Marymount and Cal State Northridge.
Please return your signed permission slip to Ms. Henry.

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors, next Wed. Oct 17 th is a
shortened day for standardized testing. You will be assigned to a room according
to your Religion class. Room lists will be posted in your Religion classrooms and
around campus prior to testing day. You need report to your testing room by
8:00am with a #2 pencil. Please bring extra reading or homework in case testing
finishes early. No one will be released from classrooms before 12:00 pm. If you
have any questions, see Ms. Bacich.

								
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