DB ConnectionNews for the families of Bishop DuBourg High School October—November 2009 Inside this Issue: It’s Raffle Time! Raffle Information 1 Thank you so much for your continued support of Bishop DuBourg High School annually through The Raffle. As you know The Raffle is both an opportunity to raise money for Bishop From the Principal 2 DuBourg, and a great opportunity to have a whole lot of fun. Thanks in advance for doing your Faith & Service 2 part. The Process: Guidance & College 3 • Each student will receive 4 booklets of raffle tickets which they are being asked to sell. Each booklet is worth $25, and students are responsible for either returning money or blank tickets Cavalier Activities 4 before the end of the raffle. You are responsible for $100 worth of tickets. If a student would like additional raffle tickets they will be available from their advisor. Upcoming Events 5 • Each day during advisory, your advisor will collect Raffle turn ins. Please put your money and completed raffle tickets in an envelope with your name, year, and advisory on it. Then Did You Know? 6 turn it in to your advisor. Winter Athletics 6 The School Goal & Incentives: Information • The school wide goal, including students, faculty, staff, and administration is to raise $60,000. Homecoming Info. 7 • The reward for achieving this goal is increasing a 5 day Easter Break, April 1st‐5th, into an 11 day Easter Break, April 1st‐11th: Special Service 8 • At $35,000 the school will receive Tuesday, April 6th off. Projects • At $45,000 the school will receive Wednesday, April 7th off. Shadow Visits 8 • At $55,000 the school will receive Thursday, April 8th off. Recycling Flyer 9 • At $60,000 the school will receive Friday, April 9th off. • At $60,000 the school will receive a special additional surprise, similar to last year. Special Notice 10 Student Individual Incentives: • Every Student turning in $25 worth of sales each week will receive an early out the Friday of that Mark Your 11 week. Last period off weeks 1, 2, & 3. Last two periods off during week 4 for the Early Out Soccer & Calendar Volleyball Games. Drive One 4 11 • Every Student turning in $25 worth of sales each week will receive out of uniform privileges, with Bishop DuBourg school appropriate attire and shoes, the Friday of that week. • Additional Individual Opportunities for students having already sold their $100 worth of Raffle Tickets by the end of each week. • Week 1: 1 Winner of a Deluxe Homecoming Package will receive two tickets to the Homecoming Dance, a Gift Certificate for Dinner, and a Homecoming Picture Pack‐ age. • Week 1: A drawing in which 4 students will win $25 cash on that Friday. • Week 2: A drawing in which 4 students will win $25 cash on that Friday. • Week 3: A drawing in which 4 students will win $25 cash on that Friday. • Additional Individual Incentives for students working ahead on sales or selling over and above what is asked of them will again be present this year. Top Seller Incentives: The top selling advisory, per student, on campus will receive breakfast on Thursday, Octo‐ ber 29th. The top selling student will be King or Queen for the day on Thursday, October 29th. An administrator will carry their books to and from every class Their entire advisory will receive breakfast, and their table will receive lunch. From the Principal Dear DB Family, new families and visit with return‐ We would like to keep the lines of ing families. What an exciting communication open throughout the month it has been These events also allow parents school year. We ask that you give a here at Bishop DuB‐ and teachers to lay the ground reasonable amount of time for teach‐ ourg! In the last work for strong communication. I ers to grade and enter assignments. month, we have believe that communication be‐ If you have any questions about hosted Back to School Night, New tween our school, parents, and stu‐ Message Center, please contact the Parent Dinner, and Progress Re‐ dents is critical for a successful individual teacher. If you have fur‐ port Night. I am happy to report year. Another great tool for that ther questions, please do not hesitate that each event has been a great communication is our website. to contact me. success. I can always count on our Families can check students’ pro‐ In Service to Christ, DB Families for an incredible turn‐ gress in classes and find out their out. I enjoy these nights because it latest homework assignments gives me a chance to welcome our through Message Center. Principal Faith & Service Student Prayer Group Senior Christian Service ing babysitting, house repairs, and This semester, the student prayer During the month of October, all sen‐ continuing education, among other group meets every Tuesday morning iors are arranging interviews for their services. A building on the WKO at 8:00am in the Finan Chapel on the Christian Service projects. Since 1994 campus serves as a living residence fourth floor. As many as 20 students (Coach Welby’s class were the pio‐ for volunteers. have shown up every week to pray. neers!) seniors have gone out to the WKO’s website is Senior retreat leaders, especially, have St. Louis community to serve in vari‐ www.wholekidsoutreach.org. Please been encouraged to attend and pray. ous grade schools, hospitals, day care pray for all of our seniors on their Students have been using an ancient centers, nursing homes, and other service projects, especially for good form of prayer, Lectio Divina, or non‐profit entities. On December 8th, weather to travel! “Sacred Reading” for their prayer. the Feast of Mary’s Immaculate Con‐ ception, Archbishop Carlson will cele‐ Lecto Divina is a Benedictine method brate Mass with our student body. At of prayer which combines slowly that Mass, seniors will be blessed and reading a Scripture passage several commissioned for their Christian Ser‐ times and followed by a minute of vice Projects, and we will honor Fr. silence. It is hoped that during the Mike Lydon as he celebrates 25 years second reading of the same passage, a of priesthood. word or phrase from the Scripture jumps out at a participant. Those This year, we are adding an “out of words or phrases are then shared St. Louis” senior serive project with with the group. Upon a third and Whole Kids Outreach (WKO) in El‐ final reading of the Scripture of the lington, Missouri. Ellington is one of day, participants are asked to connect the poorest sections of Missouri. that word of phrase with an aspect of Twelve seniors will be doing their their personal lives or derive a word service at WKO from January 4‐8 and of wisdom from the Holy Spirit. January 11‐15 and at least two adults Upon a recent evaluation, students will be chaperoning the students. were appreciative of reading and WKO serves young and single moth‐ praying the Bible in this fashion. ers with toddlers and infants by offer‐ DB Connection Page 2 College & Guidance Counseling October is a busy month at Bishop DuBourg High Test day is NOT a late start day!! It is a good idea to School. All classes are involved in activities and they arrive well rested, having had a nice breakfast, and on all have important things happening this month! time. Please bring two #2 pencils and a calculator. Students will be dismissed once all students are fin‐ Seniors ished testing. This is usually around 11:30am. Seniors should be completing their college applica‐ tions, visiting with college reps and getting ready for Parents their Senior Service Projects. Hopefully, you have reg‐ All School Test Day is a big deal. Please encourage istered for the October 24th ACT. The next scheduled your son or daughter to be prepared. ACT will be held on December 12th, 2009. The regis‐ Attending the National College Fair with your son or tration deadline is November 6th. Go to daughter can be very helpful and informative. For www.actstudent.org to register. We also have paper useful information about college fairs and how to be registration forms in the Guidance Office. prepared can be found at http://www.nacanet.org/ memberportal/events/collegefairs/ncf/ Juniors nationalcollegefairsstudents.htm Juniors should also be thinking about college. Attend the National College Fair at St. Louis University on Encourage your child to get involved at DB by joining October 18th from noon‐3:00pm. You are also invited a club, volunteering on a committee, or trying out for a to visit with the college reps that visit us here at DB. sport. Regular announcements about different activi‐ Just sign out of advisory and come on down. Most ties and opportunities are on the morning and after‐ Juniors will taking a practice ACT on All‐School test noon announcements. day on October 14th. Practice questions are available at www.actstudent.org. Juniors in Honors English classes and the HEP program will take the PSAT on All School Test Day. Go to www.collegeboard.org for practice questions. Mrs. Moran will be talking with students in their English classes to help prepare for the day. Sophomores Sophomores are taking the PLAN test on October 14th. Mrs. Moran will be coming to your English classes to prep you for the day and will give you a practice booklet to help you become more familiar with the test format and questions. Sophomores are also encour‐ aged to attend the National College Fair. Freshmen Freshmen have had an exciting year so far! Freshmen will take the EXPLORE test on October 14th. Mrs. Guerra will be coming to your classes to prepare you for the day. There isn’t a practice booklet, but please be sure to share the “Getting Ready for High School and Beyond” flyer with your parents. DB Connection Page 3 Cavalier Activities Guild Theatre build, and program out robots, develop our web‐ • The student musical, Getting Away with Murder, site, and document our journey in our engineering will run from Wednesday, November 11— Satur‐ notebooks with text and photos. Anyone inter‐ day, November 14. Performances will begin at ested in being a part of the Robotics team should 7:30pm each night. Admission for adults is $10, contact Miss Kelly. Robotics can fit into any sched‐ students are $7 and children under the age of 12 ule. Our meeting times vary from after school to are $5. Tickets will go on sale the week of the some evenings and even on the occasional week‐ show. Don’t miss out on the first show of this end. Next semester we will participate in a compe‐ year’s Guild season. tition in which we’ll have five weeks to design, build, and program a bigger robot. To find out Boys’ Cross Country more about these competitions, visit • The boys’ cross country team is off to a fine start. www.usfirst.org. The Cavaliers are led by seniors Jacob Franko, Ty‐ ler Gibson, Eric Lampe, Mike Acton, Matt Cole, Pro‐Life Club Aaron Lincoln, Anthony Engelhardt, and Justin • We will be hosting a Halloween Party for the Sen‐ Auer. Last year, Franko finished 30th at the State ior Citizens of DuBourg House. The club members Championship meet in Jefferson City. Gibson is a will provide refreshments and have crafts for them two time runner at the state meet. The team is to do. hoping that its strong senior leadership will lead to • We will be having a dress down on November 6th another team qualification for the state meet after to raise money for the March for Life. missing qualifying by one place last year. Juniors • We are in the midst of planning the annual partici‐ Brendan Wilson and Andrew Wiese round out the pation in the March for Life in Washington, D.C. varsity squad. The JV team is led by juniors Tony This year, we are offering a bus trip in addition to a Forcelledo and Nick Catalana. Sophomore Will plane trip. Both trips will leave St. Louis on McBryan looks very strong. The team is very ex‐ Wednesday, January 20th and participate in the cited by the progress of freshmen Mario Meyer, March on Friday, the 22nd. The trip will also be John Cantalin and Adam Lampe. combined with a historic tour of the city. We will return home on Sunday, January 24th. If you are Scholar Bowl Academic Competition interested in going on the Pro‐Life Trip, contact • We will begin for the year on Wednesday, October Ms. Flood or Mrs. Dandridge. 7th, right after school in Room 226. During the fall • We are collecting used laptops, digital cameras, semester, we will be participating in the Private DVDs, CDs, and printer cartridges to raise money School League competing against SLUH, CBC, for the trip. If anyone would like to sponsor a stu‐ DeSmet, Cor Jesu, Rosati Kain, Chaminade, Villa dent or make a donation in support of the trip, Duchesne, Westminster, and Visitation. Juniors please contact Ms. Kathy Flood at and seniors will represent DB at the varsity level, firstname.lastname@example.org. while freshmen and sophomores will make up the JV team. The competitions will take place on Early Out Soccer and Volleyball Games Wednesdays with the first round at 4:00pm and the • The Early Out Soccer and Volleyball games will be second round at 5:00pm. After that league ends, played on Friday, October 23rd at 1:00pm at Notre we will continue to meet on Wednesdays from Dame High School. Hope to see you there!! 2:30‐4:00pm. Any student interested in joining the team should contact Miss Kelly. Robotics • DB Robotics is gearing up for this fall’s FIRST Tech Challenge. This year’s game includes the use of waffle balls, pneumatics, and omni wheels, in addi‐ tion to the tetrix and Lego mindstorms kit that we used in last year’s competition. We will design, DB Connection Page 4 Upcoming Special Events Alumni Homecoming Weekend Friday, October 9 & Saturday, October 10 Friday, October 9 • Family Picnic & Mini‐Carnival: 5:00pm‐7:00pm • Alumni Social Hour: 7:30pm‐10:00pm (Must be 21 years or older to attend) • Homecoming Football Game: 7:00pm. Watch the Cavaliers take on Trinity High School. (Pre‐game ceremonies begin at 6:45pm) Saturday, October 10 • Alumni Soccer Game and Barbeque: Picnic and Bev‐ erages, noon‐3pm. Alumni Soccer Game begins at 1:00pm. Gala Dinner Auction I’ll be Home for Christmas Friday, November 20 & Saturday, November 21 Friday, November 20 • Preview Night: 7:00‐9:00pm. Complimentary with Gala Dinner Auction Reservation. Browse items up for auction and enjoy wine, beer, soda, hors d’oeuvres and pastries. Saturday, November 21 • Gala Dinner Auction: 4:30pm Mass. 5:30pm Cock‐ tail Hour. • Cost is $75 per person. Tables of 10 welcomed. • Patron Tables of 10 available. • For more information, contact Angela Calloni ’98 at 314.783.4412. DB Connection Page 5 Did You Know? • The Close Up Program is an opportunity for students to travel to Washington D.C. and participate in work‐ shops, dinner theater, visits with Congressmen, a farewell dance, and other activities. Close Up is available to students and and adult relatives of students participating in the trip. Bishop DuBourg High School has been involved with Close Up since its inception in the early 1970s. If you are interested in the Close Up program, contact Mr. Don Burrus at 314.783.4411 or email@example.com. • Cory Montero was the Artist of the Month for March, and was also honored recently at UMSL at an art exhi‐ bition. • Mr. Guilfoy’s Psychology classes are studying perception and senses. As part of this, they did a project where they tried to find their lockers while blindfolded. Pictured Right • Don’t forget to meet in the lobby on Wednesday, November 18th at 6:30pm to help set up for the Annual Gala Dinner Auction. Parents’ Organization will not be having a general meeting in November. • Dr. Bob Bergamini, a pediatric oncologist at St. John’s Hospital, devotes his Thursdays to giving a presentation called, “Teen Sexuality: a Medical and Moral Crisis.” He presented it to the faculty last year and will do so for a Sophomore Parent Meeting on October 14th at 7:00pm. All parents, however, are invited to this presentation in the cafeteria. Sophomore students will hear the presentation in late October during Religion classes. Dr. Bob’s presentation is a Power Point with alarming data and graphic photos of sexually transmitted diseases. Our sexuality is a beautiful gift from God that our culture easily discounts and abuses. Please consider attending this important presentation, “Teen Sexuality: A Medical and Moral Crisis.” • Yearbook orders may be placed in Advisory on November 5th. Winter Athletics Information Our winter sports will begin in November. Practices will be a minimum of Monday– Friday, and may include some weekend practices. Before any athlete can participate in tryouts or practices, he or she must have a current sports’ physical exam and permission forms on file at school. All forms are available on our website or in the main office. The main office is open Monday– Friday from 8:00am– 3:00pm. This year, the Athletic Fee to par‐ ticipate in sports is $75 per student athlete. This fee is good for the entire school year, regardless of the number of sports in which a student participates. If your son or daughter participated in a fall sport, they do not need to pay an additional fee. If your son or daughter did not participate in a fall sport, the mandatory athletic forms, including a physical and the $75 fee must be turned in on Tuesday, November 3rd from 2:30pm‐3:30pm in the main office. Students can‐ not participate in tryouts or practice unless this paperwork is turned in to the main office on or before these days. If you are unavailable during this time, you may turn in the paperwork to the main office prior to this time. If you need further information, please contact the Athletic Director, Mr. Jim Welby at 314.783.4464 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) requires that each participant have a sports’ physical exam prior to participation (including practice) in high school sports. Only one such physical is re‐ quired for each school year and covers all sports played for the entire school year. According MHSHAA guide‐ lines, each student athlete must also be insured. MSHSAA eligibility rules and athletic department rules are listed in our Athletic Handbook which will be presented at the mandatory athletes and parents’ meeting on Tuesday, November 24th at 6:30pm. Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball begins on Monday, November 9th. Girls’ Swimming begins on Monday, November 16th. DB Connection Page 6 Homecoming Week and Dance Information This is the schedule and informa‐ with uniform bottoms. If you not leave until 10:30pm. The tion for Homecoming Week. choose neither, you must be in dance will be held in our gym. Please keep this information full dress code. Tickets for the dance will be on available. You won’t want to Thursday, October 8 sale through Friday, October 9. If miss any of the exciting activities! Pirate day. Be part of the fun and a student brings friends from Monday, October 5 dress like a pirate. Go all out… other schools, a responsibility “Matey Day” This is Twin Day don’t forget your parrot! We will sheet must be signed. The sheets with a pirate twist! You and your have a contest of the best looking are available in Ms. Krull’s office. matey should dress exactly alike. pirate. If you don’t dress like a All students are responsible for You may have twin or triplet pirate, you may, once again, wear their guest(s). This means that all mateys. Outfits must be school your Homecoming t‐shirt with guests must be informed ahead appropriate and you must wear dress code bottoms. Again, if of time the rules of Bishop DuB‐ dress code shoes. If you do not you choose neither, you must be ourg. choose to be a “matey” you may in full dress code. Dress Code for Homecoming is wear your dress code bottoms Friday, October 9 as follows: Ladies wear dresses. with the official Homecoming t‐ DB Spirit Day. You may wear You may have bare shoulders, shirt. If you do not choose to do casual bottoms — jeans, sweat‐ but please keep it modest. Gen‐ either, you must be in complete pants, school‐worthy shorts and tlemen wear dress slacks with a dress code. an official DB shirt. Shoes must dress shirt and tie. You do not Tuesday, October 6 be legal. We will also have our have to wear a suit or sportcoat, This will be our school Liturgy. Homecoming Pep Rally today! but feel free to do so if you wish. You must wear uniform bottoms Friday is also our Homecoming Absolutely no jeans!!!! and shoes, but you may wear Football Game. Cheer on the Don’t miss out on the fun! Buy your official Homecoming t‐shirt Cavaliers as they face off against your tickets in Ms. Krull’s office, or any other official DB t‐shirt. Lutheran High School St. Charles room 229. Come join in on the at 7:00pm. Family and friends Wednesday, October 7 “Pirate Life!” are welcome! Jammin’ jammy day. You may wear your comfies… you may Saturday, October 10 wear your pajamas. Please re‐ This is the day of our Homecom‐ member you are in mixed com‐ ing Dance, “A Pirate’s Life for pany and in a Catholic school. If Me.” The dance beings at you are wearing real pajamas, 8:00pm and ends at 11:00pm. you may also wear your favorite Students must arrive at the slippers. You may also wear dance before 8:30pm and may your official Homecoming t‐shirt Bishop DuBourg Homecoming 2009: A Pirate’s Life for Me! DB Connection Page 7 Faith in Christ… Service to Others Special Service Projects Happening this Fall at Bishop DuBourg Seniors Joe Maddox, Fran Makarewicz and Casey Provaznik are presenting information about the School of the Americas/WHINSEC to senior religion classes and hosted an advisory forum on the topic. They are providing information about the Interfaith Committee on Latin America’s annual vigil to Ft. Benning, GA to rally in a nonviolent, direct way to close SOA/ WHINSEC. The Rally is November 20‐22. Additionally, they are hosting a collection of toothbrushes, toothpaste and dental floss for the poor of Honduras who are especially affected by the recent coup. The collection will be from October 26 – November 6. Items collected will be brought to Honduras in January by Dr. Mario Castro of the Pulmonary and Allergy Bri‐ gade. Senior Mark Amoroso is organizing a drive to help Operation Sunscreen, a project to support soldiers in Afghanistan and to honor veterans. From November 11‐20 he will be collecting gum and individual drink mixes to be sent to the soldiers. The project will kick off on Veter‐ ans Day with a “Red, White and Blue Day” where kids can dress down and wear the colors for $2 and a Veterans Day celebration on DBC Live. Seniors Jessica O’Guin, Charlie McCloskey, Lauren Mattson and Amanda Newman are host‐ ing a flag football tournament on November 14, 2009. Proceeds from this tournament will benefit Annie’s Hope, a wonderful Saint Louis based charity that helps children ages 3‐18 who have lost a sibling or parent by sending them to different camps and events where they learn to cope and grieve in a healthy manner. Seniors Marcy Meyer, Ericca Holmes and Jocalyn McKinney are hosting a party at the Magic House on November 8, 2009, for adopted children. They will celebrate the “specialness” of being adopted and encouraging kids’ individual ethnicities with activities and games. They will be sponsoring a “sugar sale” during lunches November 3 – 6 to help cover expenses for the event. Bishop DuBourg has invested in a recycling program where we will be able to recycle paper, glass, cardboard, and plastic. Please help us to move towards a more environmentally friendly community. See the flyer on the opposite page. Eighth‐Grade Shadow Visits If you have an 8th grader in your family who is inter‐ ested in spending a day at Bishop DuBourg, please contact Mrs. Jenni O’Toole at 314.783.4419 or email@example.com. The day will begin at 8:00am and end at 2:15pm. Lunch is provided and visitors will receive a surprise gift!! Don’t forget to join us at Open House on Sunday, November 1st Noon– 4:00pm Special Notice Recommendations to Decrease Influenza A H1N1 in Schools • Each morning, all parents/caregivers should assess all family members and especially all school‐ age children for symptoms of influenza (fever and cough or sore throat cough) or other symp‐ toms that might be influenza. • Each morning all school faculty should assess themselves for symptoms of influenza. • Students or faculty with influenza‐like illness (fever and cough or sore throat) should stay home and not attend school. All sick students and faculty should stay out of school for at least 24 hours after the fever is gone. (Fever should be gone without the use of fever reducing medi‐ cine.) • If a child or adult is ill with other symptoms, they should stay home at least one day to observe how the illness develops and until completely fever‐free for 24 hours. • Schools should screen students and staff for visible signs of possible influenza illness upon arri‐ val at school. • Students and staff who appear ill at arrival or become ill at school should be promptly isolated and sent home. • Persons who are ill should stay home and not go into the community unless they need medical care. Ill students should not attend alternative child care. • As always, situations can be individualized and school authorities may close school at their dis‐ cretion. Parents may use their judgment regarding the risk and benefits of sending their chil‐ dren to school during this influenza outbreak as they would during a seasonal influenza out‐ break. • CDC no longer recommends schools routinely closed on the basis of a diagnosis of suspected or confirmed cases of influenza A H1N1. As is our practice with seasonal influenza, schools may be closed if larger numbers of students or faculty become ill and school functioning becomes disrupted. • Encourage respiratory etiquette; wash your hands often with soap and water, cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing, try not to touch your eyes, nose, or mouth, and stay away (6 feet) from people who are sick. Local and state health departments will continue to monitor information both locally and nationally and continually assess whether changes are needed in these or other A H1N1 influenza disease control measures. Adapted from Seattle and King County Information about H1N1 Toolkit for Schools and Parents Updated 5/14/09 Mark Your Calendar October November 2 Raffle Early Out 1:15pm ($25 in sales) 1 Open House, noon-4:00pm 5-10 Homecoming Week 2 NO SCHOOL– Professional Development Day 6 Homecoming Liturgy, 9:15 3 Winter Sports’ Forms Turn-in 2:30-3:30pm 8 Parents’ Prayer Group, 7:00pm 6 JUG 9 Homecoming Pep Rally 7 SAT 9 Raffle Early Out 1:30pm ($25 in sales) 7 Trivia Night for Project Graduation, 7:00pm 9 Homecoming Football Game, 7:00pm 9-13 Internet Safety Week 9 Alumni Homecoming BBQ & Family 9 Basketball Practice Begins Festival, 5:00-7:00pm 10 Blood Drive, 8:30am-1:30pm 10 JUG 10 Parent Meeting on Internet Safety, 7:00pm 10 SAT In Cafeteria 10 Alumni Soccer Game, 1:00pm 11-14 Guild Production, Getting Away with Murder 10 Homecoming Dance, 8:00-11:00pm 12 Parents’ Prayer Group, 7:00pm 13 Picture Retake Day 16-18 Kairos #16 14 All School Testing– NO LATE START 16 Swimming Practice Begins 14 Early Dismissal, 11:30am 17 Progress Reports Posted, 3:00pm 14 Soph. Parent Meeting with Dr. Bob, 7:00pm 20 Noon Dismissal 15 Dr. Bob in Soph. Religion Classes 20 Gala Preview Night, 7:00-9:00pm 16 Raffle Early Out 1:15pm ($25 in sales) 21 Gala Dinner Auction, 5:00pm 17 Grade School Honors Band 24 Winter Athletes & Parents’ Meeting, 6:30pm 17 Rising Stars Art Competition 25 Thanksgiving Liturgy 19 End of 1st Quarter 26 NO SCHOOL– Thanksgiving 20 Raffle Telethon on DBC-Live 27 NO SCHOOL 22 Dr. Bob in Soph. Religion Classes 22 Seniors to the Rep 22 Parents’ Prayer Group, 7:00pm 23 Raffle Early Out 11:15am ($25 in sales) 23 Early Out Games, 1:00pm at Notre Dame 24 JUG 24 ACT 27 Raffle Pep Rally (Special Schedule) 28-29 Faith in Christ Retreat 30 Noon Dismissal to Prepare for Open House Drive One 4 Bishop DuBourg An opportunity for you to help raise up to $6,000 for Bishop DuB‐ ourg High School will take place during Homecoming and only takes 15 minutes of your time! What do you have to do? 1. Have a valid drivers’ license. 2. Fill out a short form before and after drive. 3. Select vehicle. 4. Take a short drive with one of our personnel. 5. Fill our the evaluation form after the drive. 6. There will be no sales or pressure to buy at the event. The DB Connection is published bi‐monthly for the families of Bishop DuBourg High School. If you would like to receive a paper copy, please send your requests to the main office at 314.832.3030.
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