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					      sePtemBer 2008
                       Focus
Welcome new staff members!
                   Greg Bercaw - Theology
                                                                              on the Saints
                                           For Parents, students and Friends oF BishoP dwenger high school




                                                                                      Tim Koehl - Science
                        I graduated from Butler University in                              I am originally from Fort Wayne and
                    2002 with a degree in History and a minor                          attended Paul Harding High School. I have
                    in Religion. I am currently working on my                          three children, Chelsea, Jaxon, and Emary.
                    Theology degree through the University of                          This is my 21st year in education, teaching
                    Notre Dame. I have worked for the last five                        previously at DeKalb High School. I enjoy
                    years at Saint John the Baptist Fort Wayne                         watching and participating in many different
teaching religion and history. My wife Kelly, son Ian, and I        sports including tennis, basketball and golf. I am a football fan
are parishioners at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in southwest Fort       as well, following the Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts,
Wayne. I enjoy the outdoors, playing volleyball, and spending       and am an avid Cubs fan. I enjoy selling real estate when I am
time with my family.                                                not teaching Biology.

                   Jodi Campbell - Math                                                Cathy Dillon - Part-Time Front Office
                        My name is Jodi Campbell. I have been                              I am married to Dan Dillon (‘77), and
                    married to Tom Campbell for almost 20                              we have a son, Patrick (‘03), and daughter,
                    years. We have four sons, two attending                            Jackie (‘05). Pat is working on his Masters
                    St. Vincent’s and two at Bishop Dwenger.                           in Clinical Counseling at Chicago School
                    Scott is a junior and Trevor is a freshman. I                      of Professional Psychology. Jackie is a senior
                    graduated in 1987 from Ball State University                       at Purdue working on a double major in
with a bachelor’s degree in education. I taught for eight years     Spanish and Law and Society. She plans on attending law
at Fort Wayne Community Schools, then decided to stay home          school. As for me, I am an avid Cubs fan.
until all of our boys were in school. I love to travel and play
games with my family.


 45th Anniversary Mass                                                                                    Back to
                                                                                                          School
     Bishop Dwenger High School will mark its 45th year of educating students with a
 special anniversary Mass and reception. The Mass will be held on Sunday, September 14, 2008,
 at 1:00 p.m. in the Student Activity Center. Father Mark Gurtner, the school
 chaplain, will be the celebrant. Following Mass, there will be a reception and tours of the
 expanded and renovated facilities. Please RSVP to Liz Delaney at (260) 496-4610 or email
                                                                                                          Night
 ldelaney@bishopdwenger.com.                                                                             September 10th
                                                                                                           Completely
 Dwenger to welcome back championship teams                                                               New Format!
    This coming fall, we will give special recognition to three championship teams from the
 past, the 1967-68 City Champs, the 1978 State Runner-ups, and the 1983 State Champion-                    6:15-6:45 p.m. -
 ship team will be recognized at halftime during the Dwenger vs. Northrop football game on                Grade Card Pick-up
 Friday, September 12, 2008. A reception for the players, family and friends will be held at             7 p.m. - Prompt Start
 Dwenger after the game. Please call the Development Office to RSVP, (260) 496-4710.                      Please be on time!

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                                                                                                   Right
                                                                                    Maintenance workers
                                                                                    Mr. Rick Ramer and
                                                                                  Mr. Kevin Thomas dress
          From Fred Tone, Principal                                                up the area behind the
                                                                                     new guidance offices
                                                                                  with plants and mulch.
                                 Dear Parents,

                                     Welcome back to the 2008-09 school year! We are off to a wonderful
                                 start with students coming to school energized to learn, and with
                                 participation in after school events at an all time high (over 600 students are involved already).
                                 The maintenance staff, and all those who worked during the summer, did an outstanding job
                                 in preparing the facilities for the first day of classes. Landscaping, painting, sidewalk repair, new
    Above                        classrooms, electrical wiring, plumbing, etc. were just some of the things accomplished.
    Fred Tone was inducted           Enrollment at this time is 1039 students including 253 freshmen, 261 sophomores, 283
    into the 2008 Region 3       juniors and 242 seniors. There is no doubt that enrollment would not be this high if we had not
    Indiana Football Hall of     dedicated over $500,000 to financial aid. Over 28% of our students are being helped through
    Fame on June 25, 2008.       this program, with over $200,000 of this money coming from the operating budget. This figure
    Above, Athletic Director     represents our meeting approximately 80% of the needs of our families with financial aid. We
    Andy Johns congratulates     could truly use more help for this year. If you can donate to this program, please contact Dennis
    him on his achievements,     Fech at (260) 496-4706.
    as Fred’s wife, Sandy,           Please make a note that you are always invited to come to our liturgical celebrations at Dwenger:
    looks on.                    We include a section in our seating for parents and guests. All of the liturgical celebration dates
                                 and times can be found on our website under Campus Ministry, and are listed on the calendar as
                                 well. We truly want you to attend if possible. We will continue to work hard as a school to create an
                                 endowment over the years that will ensure a steady source of income for financial aid.
    Below
    Fred with freshman           May God bless you and all your family,
    Andre Irvine during
    orientation.


                                 J. Fred Tone
                                 Principal




                                 Right
                                 Freshmen (l. ot r.) Aubrey
                                 Schrader, Libby Momper,
                                 Kristina Dammeyer, Molly
                                 Werling, and Katie Leeuw.


    Website Reminder to Parents and Students
        Please use the website to check for important news, cancellations, and postings about upcoming events, and to download
    forms including those for Driver’s Ed. The site should be your first source for information, and would make a great
    homepage! We now have a new calendar feature and are currently working to incorporate “Today’s Menu”, “Today’s Events”
    and “Daily Announcements” sections to the front page. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Liz Delaney
    at (260) 496-4710 or email ldelaney@bishopdwenger.com.
                                         www.bishopdwenger.com
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       Important Notes

Class Ring Found          Art Department in need of 35mm SLR Film Cameras
    A 1974 Bishop             The Art Department is in desperate need of 35mm SLR film cameras for use in their
Dwenger class ring        photography classes. A SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera is not a point-and-shoot, but allows
has been found. It has    you to add additional lenses and flash units, as well as change the f-stop and aperture. If you have
initials on the inside    recently switched over to digital format and your SLR film camera is getting a bit dusty, donate it
of the band. If you       to the Art Department. We promise to put them to great use!
believe it might be
yours, please call the    Bowling Team Tryouts
front office, 496-4700.      Bowling Tryouts will be Tuesday, September 16th and Thursday, September 18th from 3:00 to
                          5:30pm at Precious Blood-Northside Recreation Center in the basement of Precious Blood School.
St. Vincent’s Old
Church Brick Sale         Order a Century Club Athletic Pass Today!
    Bricks from the          Your $135 investment provides admission for two to every home athletic contest - a whopping
old St. Vincent dePaul    $730 value! All proceeds from Century Club sales remain with the B.D. Athletic Department and
Church at Auburn          help support 20 IHSAA sanctioned sports. Income from sales helps provide athletic equipment
and Wallen Roads          and uniforms for all our athletes. For more information, call the Athletic Office at (260) 496-
are for sale for a $20    4733, or to order, send your name, address, phone, email, and check payable to “BD Athletic
donation. Bricks, with    Dept.” to: BDHS Athletic Department, 1300 E. Washington Ctr. Rd., Fort Wayne, IN 46825.
engraved plates, will
be boxed and include      Upcoming Music Booster Fundraisers
a short history of the       POWER CARDS ... selling for $10 each. Each card offers discounts on a variety of local
church. For more          merchants ... a few purchases pay for the card very quickly! It’s a great gift for students, families,
information, please       grandparents! Expires 9-1-09! See any Music Department student or contact event Chairperson
call their Development    Chris Fairchild (485-3211).
Office at (260) 489-         KRUSE AUCTION PARK ... Labor Day holiday weekend (Sat - Mon). The Kruse family has
3537, ext. 247.           again invited the Music Boosters to return in their “Trashbusting” capacity ~ basically, helping
                          keep the park clean during the festival weekend! All Music Booster families are required to
Photo Request             participate in the event.
    I’m looking for          This is a fine-tuned operation, one which needs many volunteers each day. In addition
your digital photos!      to current Booster families, many BD alumni, families & friends, faculty and administrators
If you have a good        participate in this endeavor! Join us! Contact event Co-Chairs Phyllis Ronner (485-9302 or
shot of a student/        email: peronn@verizon.net) or Co-Chair Laura Stronczek (415-6919 or email: bdband_lstronz@
students participating    yahoo.com).
in a sporting event or       MACY’S FUNDRAISER ... A coupon for $10 to be used at any Macy’s Department Store
activity, send a copy     nationwide on Saturday, September 20, 2008. WHAT A DEAL! Coupons can be purchased,
via email (captioned      then sent to your family and friends across America! See any Music Department student or
please!) to Liz Delaney   contact event Co-Chairs Julie Bobay (bdmusicboosters@yahoo.com) or Mary Black (rosary101@
in the Development        verizon.net) for info.
Office for use in            JOHNNY APPLESEED ... Candle Dipping Booth located in the Children’s Area (lower
our publications/         level, near the river) ~ Saturday & Sunday, September 20-21, 2008. The Music Boosters will be
ads and website (if       helping children of all ages learn to make candles the “old-fashioned” way! Volunteers are
allowed). ldelaney@       needed for either day. Contact event Co-Chairs Tammy Maldeny (748-4805 or e-mail:
bishopdwenger.com.        Tammy@ColwellColour.com) or Sandy Cooper (486-6362).
Thanks!                      The next Booster Club meeting will be held Wednesday, September 17th at 7pm in the band
                          room located in the Fine Arts Wing.




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            Development Office

                                     I would like to take this opportunity to welcome both new and returning parents to the
                                 beginning of Bishop Dwenger High School’s 45th year of providing first class educational
                                 opportunities for the young men and women of northeast Indiana and now, northwest Ohio. We
                                 also welcome our new and returning faculty and staff.
                                       It truly is an exciting time to be a member of the extended Dwenger family. The most
                                 recent phase of our school expansion and renovation project is now complete with the addition
                                 of eight new classrooms. No longer will our full-time teachers have to “float” from classroom to
                                 classroom, hauling their books and materials on a portable cart. Students have ready access to an
                                 expanding guidance office which will help meet their needs. Additional conference rooms will
                                 make it easier to conduct several meetings in the course of a school day, and will afford additional
    Above                        privacy when necessary.
    Keith Turner, 2007-08            None of this would have been possible without the generosity of so many parents, alumni
    Saints Alive! Co-Chair,      and friends who remain committed to the future of Catholic education. We will not rest on our
    is presented an honorary     laurels, however, as we continue to look ahead to the next several years. The administration and
    diploma by Mr. Tone in       school board are working diligently on the next update of the school’s strategic plan. Areas still
    recognition of his efforts   to be addressed include a major renovation of the school’s main gymnasium, upgrades to the
    in supporting Catholic       air conditioning in the original classrooms, and the eventual construction of a performing arts
    Education at Bishop          center. We will also address the need to grow the school’s endowment fund to meet the increasing
    Dwenger High School.         demand for tuition assistance.
                                     As we look to the year ahead, it is our sincere hope that you will take every advantage to
                                 become involved in Bishop Dwenger High School. “Parent Partnership” continues to be a critical
                                 link between the school and our parents as we look at ways of improving the quality of a Bishop
                                 Dwenger education. In the coming months, we will invite you to partner with us in a variety of
                                 ways. These include projects such as Saints on the Move, as well as Saints Alive! We will also talk
    Chicago
                                 about your participation in the Annual Fund which helps us bridge the “Gap” between tuition
    Shopping Trip
                                 and the actual cost of educating each and every student.
    The Bishop Dwenger
                                     Equally as important as financial support and helping with our annual service project is your
    Development Office is
                                 attendance at our many activities and events throughout the year. Take some time and attend a
    sponsoring a shopping
                                 sporting event, concert, or play. Join us for one of our regular all-school Masses or other religious
    trip to Chicago on
                                 services. See the band and show choir in their weekend competitions. Enjoy the time you have
    Saturday, November
                                 with your high school student as it will go by quickly.
    8, 2008. The bus will
                                     We will see you on September 10th at Back-to-School Night!
    leave the school parking
    lot at 7:00 a.m. and
                                 Community Rewards Programs Benefit Bishop Dwenger
    depart from Chicago
                                     Meijer Community Rewards Program - Sign up online at www.meijer.com/rewards. The
    at 5:00 p.m. (Central
                                 school code is 298359.
    Time). Cost is $35 per
                                     Office Depot - 5% of your purchases will benefit Dwenger. Our school code is 70036024.
    person. Only fifty seats
                                     Target - We would like to extend a special thanks to those parents, alumni and friends who
    are available on the bus.
                                 participate in the Target Take Charge of Education program. Dwenger recently received a check
    If you would like to go,
                                 in the amount of $950.62 from Target which will be used to benefit our current capital campaign.
    please send your check
                                 Since its inception, Dwenger has received over $12,000 in donations from Target. For more
    in the amount of $35
                                 information on how you can partner with Dwenger and Target by using a Target REDcard (credit
    per person to the B.D.
                                 card OR new check cards!), call 1-800-316-6142 or visit Target.com/tcoe on the web. You may
    Development Office,
                                 also check with customer service.
    1300 E. Washington
                                     Scrip - Many parishes allow you to purchase scrip and then have your purchases earn tuition
    Center Rd., Fort Wayne,
                                 credit at Bishop Dwenger. Check with your parish office for more details.
    IN 46825. Deadline is
                                     Halls - Halls scrip cards are available by calling Liz Delaney at (260) 496-4710 or emailing
    October 1, 2008.
                                 ldelaney@bishopdwenger.com, and can be sent home from school with your student.
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             Grandparents Day
   Even though November seems far away, you can be assured it will be upon us before you know it. One of
the highlights of the month is our annual Grandparents’ Day celebration which is held on the Wednesday before
Thanksgiving. It is a day that both grandparents and students look forward to each year. We need your help to make it
a success. I would ask that you provide us with the names and addresses of grandparents so that we may send them an
invitation at the appropriate time. Please fill out the following information and return it to the office by September 10,
2008. You may also e-mail the information to ldelaney@bishopdwenger.com.


(PLEASE PRINT)


Student’s Name _______________________________________________________ Grade __________________

Student’s Name _______________________________________________________ Grade __________________

Student’s Name _______________________________________________________ Grade __________________



Paternal Grandfather __________________________________________________________________________

Address______________________________________________________________________________________

City ____________________________________________________ State ________ Zip __________________



Paternal Grandmother _________________________________________________________________________

Address (if different from above) __________________________________________________________________

City ____________________________________________________ State ________ Zip __________________



Maternal Grandfather__________________________________________________________________________

Address______________________________________________________________________________________

City ____________________________________________________ State ________ Zip __________________



Maternal Grandmother ________________________________________________________________________

Address (if different from above) __________________________________________________________________

City ____________________________________________________ State ________ Zip __________________



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         Business News

                                Student Insurance
                                   A portion of each student’s course fees is for student/athlete insurance coverage. Students have
                                coverage for injuries and accidents that happen during the school day at Bishop Dwenger or while
                                participating in extracurricular school-sponsored activities. Eligible covered expenses will be paid
                                which are in excess of other valid and collectible insurance. Claims should be submitted to the
                                parent’s insurance first.
                                   If an injury occurs, seek medical care through your usual providers. Then, contact the business
                                managers, who will obtain information required to complete the school’s portion of the claim
                                form. The claim form will be sent to the parents who must complete their portion. The parents
                                then mail the completed form, along with an Explanation of Benefits from their insurance
                                and any corresponding itemized bills, to the plan administrator’s address shown on the form.
                                All correspondence after this point should be between the plan administrator and the parents.
                                Completed claim forms must be submitted within 90 days of the date of the injury.

                                Tuition Payments
                                    Thanks to all of you who returned the Tuition Commitment Form and have paid, or are
                                paying, according to the terms of that agreement.
                                    If you have modified any of the three payment options which are offered, please be aware that
                                a service fee of 5 percent of any outstanding balance as of January 1, 2009, may be charged to
                                your account. Any balance outstanding at the beginning of subsequent months may be charged
                                an additional service fee of 1 percent.
                                    If you are enrolled in the FACTS monthly payment plan, it is your responsibility to have
                                adequate funds in your account on the date of the automatic withdrawal. Any requests to modify
                                upcoming FACTS withdrawals must be received at least five working days prior to the scheduled
                                withdrawal.




                                      TUFF(Y) LOVE
    A MOTHER’S WISDOM

       The BIGGEST mistake I made was thinking if the children saw that I didn’t smoke, I didn’t drink or do drugs, they
    automatically would know they shouldn’t either. BIG MISTAKE!!!
       Not talking sends a signal to the child that it must be ok. And just because they are smart and gifted doesn’t mean
    you can skip the talk. Think about this, didn’t you from the time they were toddlers start saying `NO’ hot, `NO’ car
    coming, `NO’ you can’t go there or `NO’ you can’t do that? Then why on earth would you not talk to them about
    drugs and alcohol. Talk to them often, weekly, monthly, even when they roll their eyes. Remember, you’re not trying to
    be popular, you’re making an effort to save your child’s life.
       - Patty Johnson, mother of a recovering addict


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       Saints Alive!

                                 The planning for our 30th year of Saints Alive! is well underway, and our sights are set on
                              the horizon and the exciting events we have scheduled. This year, we will be setting sail for the
                              beautiful Mediterranean seaside, and there are many ports of call along the way. As you make
                              your plans, we hope that you will join us for a stop or two on our journey...

                              Event                           Date                      Time            Place           Cost
                              Texas Hold’em Tournament        Saturday, Sept. 13th      3-11pm          Gym             $80/person
                              Diamond Dinner                  Thursday, Oct. 16th       6:30pm          FWCC            $175/couple
                              Dumas Luncheon                  Wednesday, Dec. 3rd       11:30am         Dumas home Donation
                              Trivia Night                    Saturday, Dec. 6th        7-11:30pm       Gym             $30/person
                              Preview Night                   Thursday, Feb. 26th       6:30pm          Gym             Free
                              Auction                         Friday, Feb. 27th                         Gym             $150/person

                                  This information will be helpful during this Saints Alive! journey. If you would like to
                              purchase your tickets ahead of time, you can call the Saints Alive! office at (260) 496-4801, or
                              buy them online at www.bishopdwenger.com.
                                  Your generosity and participation in the special events leading up to the extravaganza on
                              February 27th will aid in our efforts to control tuition costs and that, of course, benefits all of us!
                              Saints Alive! continues to provide all students the opportunity to receive an excellent and
                              faith-based education.
                                  Together, we strengthen our community and grow in our fellowship. We look forward to
                              sharing these exciting times with all of you! Bon Voyage!

                                                                                                      Beth and Jeff Fuze
                                                                                                      Julie and Greg Eifert
                                                                                                      Chairpersons




Cell Phone Policy Reminder
    Electronic Communication Devices, Cell Phones, and other Electronic Media Devices:
    Electronic devices cause disruption of the educational process and are, therefore, not to be used during school hours.
These devices must be turned off and in school hall lockers during the school day. Examples of these devices include,
but are not limited to: cellular phones, camera phones, PDAs, pagers, cameras, digital recorders, iPods, mp3 players, radios,
headphones, personal stereo systems, electronic game players, CD players, DVD players, camcorders, and laser pointers.
    Electronic devices which are either seen or heard will be confiscated with the following consequences to be administered:
         1st Offense: Saturday School. Parent will be contacted.
         2nd Offense: Saturday School. Parent must pick up the device.
         3rd Offense: In-School Suspension. Parent must pick up the device.
         4th Offense: Out of School Suspension. Parent must pick up the device.
         5th Offense: Out of School Suspension. Disciplinary Review Board.
    Parents are advised to contact their child during the school day by calling the school office. Students may use the phone
in the office to contact parents during the day. All school rooms and offices have telephones in case of emergency.

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         WEEKDAYS                       E. Time            SATURDAY                                SUNDAY
Daily Mass                                5 am     Catholic Radio Weekly           Theology of the Body
Rosary (Fr. Groeschel)                    5:30                        Stations of the Cross
                                          6:00     Journey Home (Marcus Grodis) Deep in Scripture (Marcus Grodi)
Catholic Answers Live      (encore)       7:00     The Seven Sacraments            Glory Stories
                                          7:30                        Rosary (Fr. Groeschel)
Morning Air                               8:00     Mass Live                        Catholic Exchange Today
                                          9:00     Redeemer Radio1
Catholic Connection (Teresa Tomeo)                                                  Reasons for Faith
                                          9:30                 Vatican Insider
Fr. Corapi                               10:00     Fathers & Sons                   Sunday Mass Live
Christ is the Answer                     11:00     Where God Weeps
                                                                                    Christ is the Answer
(Fr. John Riccardo)                      11:30
                                                   EWTN Kids!                       (Fr. John Riccardo)
Readings & Reflections (local priests)    11:55
On Call (Dr. Ray Guarendi)               Noon      Best of Inner Life                     Best of Al Kresta
                                          1:00                                            I Choose Life (Allen County Right to Life)
                                                   Threshold of Hope
Searching the Word                                                                         • Christian Classics
                                          1:30     (tape delay) (Fr. Mitch Pacwa)
                                                                                           • Today’s Catholic
Changed Forever (Fr. Larry Richards)      2:00      The Good Fight Part I                 The World Over (Raymond Arroyo)
Divine Mercy Chaplet                      2:56                              Divine Mercy Chaplet
The Inner Life                            3:00      The Good Fight Part II
                                                                                          Putting on the Mind of Christ
                                          4:00      Theology of the Body
                                          4:30      Light of the East
Kresta in the Afternoon (Al Kresta)                                                        Notes from Above
                                          5:00      Reasons for Faith
                                          5:30      (Jesse Romero)                         Behold the Man (D. Burke-Sivers)
                                          6:00      Thomas Aquinas
                                                                                          Catholic Answers Live (encore)
                                          6:30      Personally Speaking
Catholic Answers Live
                                          7:00      Vatican Radio Weekend
                                                                                           Sunday Night Live (Fr. Groeschel)
                                          7:30     American Catholic Radio
The Doctor Is In (Dr. Ray Guarendi)       8:00                           Changed Forever (Fr. Larry Richards)
Heart, Mind & Strength (Popceks)           9:00                                   Fr. Corapi
Open Line Live (tape delay)               10:00     Next Wave Live                        Life on the Rock
Rosary (Fr. Groeschel)                    11:00                               Rosary (Fr. Groeschel)
Daily Mass                                11:30     Backstage                             Family Theater
The Inner Life (tape delay)               12:00     Life on the Rock (encore)             The World Over (encore)
Fr. Corapi                                1 am      EWTN Live (Fr. Mitch Pacwa)           Threshold of Hope (encore)
                                           2:00                                           Freedom & Authority
Women of Grace (encore)                             Faith & Family (Steve Wood)
                                           2:30                                           Images of Mary
Drew Mariani (tape delay)                  3:00     Drew Mariani (tape delay)             Morning Air (encore)
Searching the Word (encore)                4:00     Searching the Word (encore)           Web of Faith

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         Faithworks Series (weeks 1 & 2), 30 minutes
         K of C (weeks 3 & 5), 30 minutes
         Elder Angle (week 4), 60 minutes                                                                                              9
         Latin Trip

     by                           In June 2008, my wife and I had the honor of escorting nine Latin students across Italy. The
     Chad Chenowith           trip was offered in the fall of 2007 to all former and current Bishop Dwenger Latin students.
                              Our group left from Indianapolis early on June 17th and arrived in Milan the next day. Our
                              first stop was Venice. The students took gondola rides through the famed canals of the city and
                              afterward visited the Doge’s Palaces as well as St. Mark’s Basilica. Our travelers continued to Siena
                              where they saw the preserved head and thumb of St. Catherine in the Church of San Dominico.
                              Florence was the next destination included such artwork as Ghiberti’s baptistery doors and
                              Michelangelo’s David. After crossing through the Tuscan countryside, we stopped in Pisa where
                              students took numerous photos of themselves holding up the leaning tower of Pisa. In Sorrento,
                              our soccer fans watched the Euro Cup in local cafes as Spain beat Italy in an overtime shootout.
                              The next day, I took the underclassmen with me as we hiked for forty-five minutes uphill and
                              visited the last home of the Emperor Tiberius: the Villa Jovis. As a reward, we treated ourselves to
                              fresh squeezed juice and enjoyed the view of Capri’s shoreline. After touring the ruins of Pompeii,
                              our trip concluded in Rome. The highlights of our last day included St. Peter’s Square in Vatican
                              City (where each student purchased an item to be blessed by the Pope), the Sistine Chapel,
                              Trajan’s column, the Pantheon, the Forum, and the Coliseum.
                                  Our Bishop Dwenger students were superb ambassadors and conducted themselves as mature
                              and respectful American visitors. They lit candles and prayed for loved ones in each church we
                              visited. Unlike many other visitors, their attire was modest and their manners impeccable. I was
                              both proud and relieved by their wonderful behavior. After such a successful experience, it is very
                              likely I will offer this trip again within the next three or four years. If you would like to know
                              more about our trip, feel free to drop by my room where I have displayed photos.




 Right
 Our group within the
 Coliseum. Back row from
 left: Mrs. Chenowith,
 Katie Crandall, Chelsea
 Markley, Tony Chalk,
 Nathan Reynolds. Second
 row from left: Caroline
 Glowacki, Allison Polaski.
 Front row from left:
 Kenzie Guiver, Anne
 Sanger, Jake Stock, Mr.
 Chenowith.

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Athletic News

           Softball Team wins Sectionals
              A very poised group of young ladies
           won the softball Sectionals. The Lady
           Saints beat Harding 25-0 in their 1st
           game, New Haven 3-2 in the semi final round, and Leo in the Championship Game 5-4. Lead
           by captains Chelsea Sanders, Charlese Hillman, and Lauren Rosswurm, they sent a young Lady
           Saints Team to their first Sectional title since 2000. The team also was runner-up in the SAC.
              In addition, our congratulations goes out to Chelsea Sanders ‘08, softball team captain, on
           being selected to play in the 1st Annual East West All-Star Class Games for Baseball and Softball
           on Saturday, July 26th. Chelsea, who played shortstop and pitcher, is a 3x All-SAC selection who
           batted .375 this past season, leading the team with six triples.

           Student chosen IHSAA role model
              Senior Beth Fogler was recently chosen one of 128 athletes statewide that will be representing
           the IHSAA Role Model Program which addresses health and wellness issues concerning teenagers.

           More All-SAC Spring Sport Selections
                Congratulations to the following student athletes on their honors...
                All SAC Girls’ Softball:                                        All SAC Boys Golf:
                 1st Team: Chelsea Sanders, Lauren Rosswurm                      Alex Budzon, TJ Mueller,
                 2nd Team: Andrea Filler                                         Rob Gallmeyer
                 Honorable Mention: Ashley Burkhardt, Maureen Denihan           All SAC Boys Track:
                                                                                 Kevin Schipper
           Volleyball team wins title
              The volleyball team defeated Bishop Luers to win the first annual Performance Plus Team
           Challenge at Huntington University. The team was led by seniors Beth Fogler and Jill Snyder, and
           junior Erica Moss. The team also won their season opener against defending state champions and
           No. 3 ranked Bellmont High School at Bellmont. Way to go ladies!

           Tyler Eifert commits to Notre Dame
               Senior Tyler Eifert has made a verbal commitment to The University of Notre Dame, and will
           join teammate John Goodman for the 2009-10 season. Tyler does not know what position he will
           play, tight end (he is ranked 17th in the country at this position), defense or wide receiver, but he
           is very excited about being on a team with so much tradition.

           Megan Ryan accepts golf scholarship
              Megan Ryan ‘08 has accepted a scholarship to play on the Holy Cross golf team this fall.
           Megan is a “linkage” student at St. Mary’s, and will be playing for the newly formed women’s golf
           team at Holy Cross.

           Kevin Schipper named Indiana Gatorade Boys Track & Field Athlete of the Year
              Kevin Schipper was named the 2007-08 Indiana Gatorade Boys Track & Field Athlete of the
           Year. The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence but also high standards
           of academic achievement and exemplary character, distinguishes Schipper as the best boys track
           and field athlete in Indiana. Kevin pole vaulted the third-best performance nationally this spring
           when he cleared 17 feet at the Wayne regional meet. Kevin also maintained over a 4.0 GPA, was
           a member of SADD, tutored, and spent countless hours volunteering during the school year. He
           will be attending The University of Notre Dame this fall on a track and field scholarship.
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  Scholars & Honors - 2nd Sem. 2007-08 School Year
ClASS Of 2008              Goheen, Madeline M         Moeller, Anthony R      Wilson, Amy J
SCHOlARS (4.0+ SEM. GPA)   Grabner, Megan E          Moffitt, Anna J          Yaney, Anthony P
Allgeier, Margaret M       Graham, Rachel M          Mugg, John L             York, Kylee E
Arcellana, Noel C          Gross, Ashley N           Nguyen, Vincent          Zilka III, Benedict F
Bartkiewicz, Michael J     Heimann, Michael J        Niblick, Charles J
Bendele, Sarah M           Helms, Dakota S           Niezer, Bridget F        HONOR ROll (3.666-3.999 Sem. GPA)
Beuchel, Thomas B          Henry, Kristine E         O’Daniel, Lauren E       Bavis, Jordan C
Bloom, Megan R             Hillman, Charlese M       O’Daniel, Megan T        Boneff, Jesse J
Bojrab, Michael J          Houlihan, Colin J         Odle, Raine A            Davis, Anthony T
Bolinger, Andrew M         Huffman, Amanda R         Polaski, Allison M       Hale, Chelsea L
Bonahoom, Zachary O        Ignasiak, Kelly A         Pratt, Adam M            Hall, Deidre J
Bormann, Abigail M         Isenbarger, Brian M       Rice, Steven J           Harber, Andrew T
Bowers, Brittany L         Jacquay, Angela M         Richardville, Joseph M   Hoffman, Nicholas J
Braun, Sommer M            Jaworski, Scott J         Rose, Danielle B         Jefferson, Lindsey D
Breckler, Elizabeth T      Jehl, Hillary E           Rose, Elizabeth M        Khorshid, Daniel J
Briscoe, Kathleen A        Jozwiak, Christopher M    Roth, Leah M             Lahrman, Brittany A
Briscoe, Kristin E         Klein, John M             Sanders, Chelsea R       Luebke, Taylor D
Byrd, Aubrey C             Klein, Nicholas J         Schenkel, Amanda G       Lynch, Allison S
Campbell, Isaac J          Kucinsky, Kylie E         Schipper, Kevin D        Maringer, Matthew M
Carter, Jonathan I         Kuras, Breanne E          Sedlmeyer, Timothy J     Maxwell, Kevin J
Chambers, Ryan A           Ladowski, Joseph M        Sherburne, Erin J        Mello, Laine M
Clevenger, Michelle E      Laisure, Kevin M          Shoemaker, Eric A        Monnier, Aaron J
Cochran, Nora L            Lee, Mariel E             Sikora, Nicole J         Mueller, Theodore J
Craib, Bethany L           Lee, Ryan M               Sitz, Adam D             Myers, Mark D
Crandall, Katie M          Lemberg, Ian W            Sokolowski, Cory M       Nix, Daniel A
Cuttitta, Alex B           Leszczynski, Jennifer M   Sorg, Blair G            Noll, Marc M
Dahm, John R               Logue, Lindsey R          Spieth, Kelly A          Patel, Jason D
DePrez, Mark A             Lose, Ryan J              Spohn, Kevin A           Powe, Austin J
Didion, Laurin M           Ludwiski, Christine M     Staudinger, Sarah M      Reiling, Megan K
Dillon, Ashley K           Mack, Chloe E             Steinau, Matthew J       Royal, Emily E
Dirig, Daniel J            Markley, Chelsea E        Thornsley, Jera L        Ryan, Megan E
Donnelly, Sara E           Martin, Abigail T         Till, Kateri A           Scheerer, Sarah E
Elsasser, Eric J           Mayers, Emily A           Van Hoey, Jeanna D       Schon, Mallorie B
Ensley, Paul H             McCarron, Emma M          Venderley, Andrea M      Secrest, Joseph M
Fenker, Samuel P           McClurg, Stephanie N      Voirol, Jenna R          Stark, Jacqlyn D
Fuelling, Jenna L          McDermitt, Katlyn M       Waggoner, Jessica A      Stone, Patrick M
Garcia, Christopher P      McGowan, Emily M          Warner, Megan A          Vachon, Jordan P
Geary, Eric F              McGuine, Colleen A        Weber, Megan E           Vanderbosch, Sarah E
Geels, Benjamin S          Miller, Michelle N        Welch, Keith A           Wall, Alexis M
Gilbert Jr, Andrew A       Millhouse, Christina L    Westrick, Andrew M       Wilson, Lauren M



ClASS Of 2009              Green, Astin K            Morgan, Megan E          Swaim, Alicia C
SCHOlARS (4.0+ SEM. GPA)   Hake, Patrick J           Morken, Grace E          Thill, Michael J
Aguirre II, Jose F         Hambel, Emily A           Mullins, Nicole R        Venderley, Anne T
Baccari, Brandon R         Harris, Lindsay A         Newport, Cody W          Wagner, Nicholas J
Barry, Gregory J           Hattery, Joshua T         Norris, Celeste E        Wardell, Dominic A
Bavis, Alex C              Hilger, Annette R         Ohlwine, Ross P          Weisz, Bridget M
Blackburn, Andrew T        Hilts, Bridget C          Okleshen, Dane A         Welch, Alexandra L
Blackburn, Sara E          Huneck, David S           Paladino, Kaitlyn M      Wood, John R
Bloom, Alexander R         Hursh, Brittany C         Pappas, Kathryn M        Wuest, Joseph W
Bodenschatz, Melina L      Kartje, Zachary J         Peden, Christopher M     Yerrick, Trevor P
Bogenschutz, Monica C      Keck, Lauren M            Polhamus, Sara E
Brames, Benjamin R         Keefer, Mary E            Porter, Brian W          HONOR ROll (3.666-3.999 Sem. GPA)
Brunner, Patrick M         Keller, Eric J            Povlock, Matthew R       Bellio, Jennifer L
Bushey, Logan S            Kelty, Lauren A           Reed, Ashley M           Bougher, Kara E
Byers, Gabrielle M         Kemper, Michael S         Reinhart, Jamie K        Boyden, Leih M
Colone, Joseph A           Kimes, Robert M           Roche, Alicia M          Burgener, Julie R
Curtis, Kathryn S          Kleber, Nikolaus G        Ronner, Claire C         Clark, MacKenzie R
Dahm, Claire Y             Kleber, Rebecca S         Rosswurm, Lauren T       Conmey, Jamie L
Daly, Heather R            Klein, Joseph P           Roy, Jenna M             Coonan, Kasey E
Davis-Robinson, Lauren E   Klinker, Joseph C         Ruiz, Elizabeth J        DeJong, Matthew J
Deiser, Haley S            Kosiarek, Joseph D        Rush, Yvonne E           DePrey, Jessica M
Didier, Zachary P          Langston, Michael E       Saadeh, Michael R        Di Renzo, Nicholas W
Dinh, James H              Lebamoff, Olivia R        Schenkel, Grace M        Dustman, Joseph P
Earnest, Kaylin G          Lee, Olivia L             Schenkel, Jessica H      Eifert, Tyler G
Eggleston, Nathan J        Leeuw, Rebecca A          Schnurr, Lauren E        Fenker, Ryan M
Elden, Jonathan E          Logan, Margaret K         Schram, Ryann J          Flotow, Kelli K
Ellowsky, Logan J          Magsam, Michael P         Shutt, Austin M          Fuze, Rebecca M
Erlandson, Andrew T        Maringer, Daniel M        Smith, Emily A           Gerber, Bailey A
Ferran, Nicholas A         Maskal, Nathan A          Snyder, Jillian M        Grabowski, Kyle M
Fogler, Bethany G          McKenna, Lindsay N        Snyder, Noelle L         Harrington, Austin M
Fogler, Brian D            Miller, Kevin T           Sordelet, Michelle M     Huynh, Philip I
Gase, Philip J             Minser, Megan N           Springmann, Glenn F      Johnson, Brea L
German, Molly M            Moeller, Andrew J         Stange, Paul E           Kirk, Natalie R

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Lotspeich, Alyssa L                Minick, Jacob C                    Roy, Brittany A                     Vincent, Kiersten M
Marchant, Corey C                  Mumma, Danielle E                  Stepanek, Meghan E                  Weigand, Sean J
Marqueling, Mary E                 Palma, Griselda M                  Van Antwerp, Sarah K                Weldon, Angela M
Messerschmidt, Tricia A            Pappas, Amanda D                   Vanderbosch, Rebecca M              Wene, Jeana K



ClASS Of 2010                      Manalo, Trina M                    HONOR ROll (3.666-3.999 Sem. GPA)   Leffers, Thomas J
SCHOlARS (4.0+ SEM. GPA)           McIlwain, Steven M                 Andorfer, Kristina M                Litchfield, Stacey M
Anderson, Chloe L                  Momper, Luke A                     Arend, Audrey L                     Logan, Erin R
Baus, Samantha M                   Mueller, Elizabeth A               Badders, Margaret E                 Markley, Wade G
Berg, Luke D                       Nix, Katharine E                   Beier, Joel P                       McTague, Meghan E
Blee, Phillip M                    Noll, Ryan T                       Bennett, Douglas A                  Meyers, Alexis M
Bobay, David P                     Obergfell, Julia T                 Berghoff, Brendan L                 Ng, Dylan A
Bonahoom, Spencer J                Pagryzinski, Adam R                Beuchel, Benjamin P                 Nixon, Sarah E
Braun, Carson R                    Pagryzinski, Nathan A              Black, Sean A                       Pawlik, Jordan E
Brown, Stephen C                   Palmer, Lauren K                   Bodenschatz, Kayleigh A             Rang, Austen C
Campbell, Scott E                  Pappas, Andrew G                   Boedeker, Marie K                   Ransom, Tyler P
Christman, Kelly C                 Roos, Kimberly N                   Burns, Timothy L                    Russett, Anna M
Coffee, Molly J                    Royal, Rebecca M                   Coonan, Riley J                     Ryan, Daniel J
Colligan, Allison M                Rupley, Benjamin L                 Couture, Cortni S                   Schafer, Anthony L
Cooper, Kathryn E                  Schenkel, Daniel P                 Dent, Nicole M                      Secrest, Connor G
DelBello, Kathryn A                Treharn, Jordan A                  Fink, Hilary J                      Shoaff, Albert J
Derheimer, Emma K                  Trout, Patricia J                  Fox, James Z                        Simpkins, Kourtney K
DiDomenico, John F                 Venderley, Jordan M                Giant, Kelsey E                     Skora, Robert J
Elsasser, Meghan A                 Voors, Joseph T                    Haag, Allison R                     Stieber, Marissa D
Evans, Isaac T                     Vorndran, Lucas W                  Hake, Katherine S                   Svarczkopf, Anthony J
Gabet, Brian T                     Williams, Elizabeth M              Hooper, Christina R                 Towsley, Julia K
Green, Alec S                      Wuest, Stephen J                   Huynh, Natalie K                    Udoh, Mike O
Hartman, Grace C                   Yaney, Alexander C                 Jablonski, Melanie A                Walker, Kimberly A
Hentz, Andrew D                                                       Jordan, Megan E                     Weisman, April M
Honekamp, Shelby R                                                    King, Emilee M                      Winkeljohn, Gretchen M
Krach, Emily M                                                        Lee, Christopher R                  Wyatt, Philip C
Leppek, Kaylean K                                                     Leeuw, Chelsea M                    Wyss, Justin G



ClASS Of 2011                      Houser, Christian M                Venderley, Melanie B                Isch, Seth H
SCHOlARS (4.0+ SEM. GPA)           Hyder, Cayley E                    Viduya, Jessica M                   Jasper, Colin A
Boedeker, Erin E                   Jehl, Andrew J                     Voors, William J                    Johnson, Erin E
Boyden, Seth M                     Kilbane, Caroline M                Welch, Luke A                       Kaiser, Gregory M
Brown, Kathleen M                  Killion, Sarah C                   Willis, Adam J                      Klein, Paul T
Byers, Rebecca N                   Koehl, Daniel P                    Wright III, Remound W               Merz, Laura C
Carlston, Leah M                   Krach, Patrick J                                                       Miller, Erica E
Clark, Megan E                     Langford, James C                  HONOR ROll (3.666-3.999 Sem. GPA)   Motherwell, Stephen D
Clark, Nicholas H                  Lee, Julia C                       Beauchot, Adam S                    Mullins, Jilliann K
Collis, Emma K                     Luebke, Rikki L                    Beier, Rebecca L                    Myers, Victoria M
Cox, Anthony M                     Maxson, Danielle R                 Braun, Morgan M                     Noll, Logan M
Cox, Erin E                        Meyers, Madeline J                 Breckler, Phillip A                 Offerle, Anthony J
Dahm, Andrew K                     Miller, Madeline C                 Carroll, Anne E                     Ostrowski, Thomas J
Di Renzo, Margaret C               Millhouse, Nicholas M              Casaburo, Gianna M                  Pappas, Nicholas D
Etter, Michael L                   Morgan, Molly K                    Clark, Tyler E                      Porter, John P
Filler II, Daniel D                Niezer, Daniel G                   Dahm, Catharine A                   Richardson, Alana J
Fletcher, Alex S                   Paladino, Jessica E                Dirig, Sarah K                      Riegling III, Nicholas A
Flotow, Brianna D                  Petrie, Maria M                    Dumas, Chelsea N                    Schipper, David L
Freistroffer, Lydia M              Rahrig, Hadley M                   Floyd, Thomas J                     Schroeder, Phillip N
German II, Gregory A               Rang, Ashlyn C                     Gerber, Brady W                     Sines, Alyssa E
Gloudemans, Michael J              Roesler V, Max A                   Glowacki, Caroline O                Stewart, Kristina M
Green, Andrew S                    Rorick, Elaine C                   Goheen, Matthew G                   VanderHagen, Lynnel R
Guiver, McKenzie L                 Seely, Alex M                      Green, Elizabeth A                  Waikel, Peter J
Harlan, Maria L                    Simpson, Dylan R                   Haff, Kristen A                     Yoder, Michael R
Herber, Brandon T                  St Louis, Spenser M                Hillman, Bronson T                  Zimmerman, Scott J
Herberger, Ryan A                  Thill, Sarah A                     Hoopfer, Evan S
Hilger, Theresa R                  Torkeo, Jacob R                    Isca, Rachel L




                          Spirit Shop Coupon
                      This coupon is good for $5 off any in-stock sweatshirt!
             Exp. 9/30/08. While you are visiting, check out the new Tradition t-shirts! Sizes from s-xl for $13 and 2xl for $15.
         This year the shirts are navy blue and were designed by Coach Svarczkopf. Proceeds will help support the football team.
          Shop hourS: Wednesdays throughout the school year from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. We are located in the main gym.

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School Calendar                                             SAT Classes
 September
                                                                 SAT classes run 9/16 - 10/30 from 6-7:30 pm, and the
     1     Labor Day (no school)
     3     Diocesan Convocation (noon dismissal)             registration deadline is 9/16 (or before if it fills quickly).
     5     Eucharistic Adoration, 8am-3pm (chapel)           The 14 sessions include the diagnostic testing, seven verbal
     10    Back to School Night, 6:15pm grades, 7pm start    and seven math sessions. The class fee is $170.00 and
     11    2 hour delay                                      includes the text for the course. For more information or
     13    ACT                                               to register, please call (260) 496-4700 ext. 320, or visit our
           SA! Texas Hold ‘Em Tourney, 3-11pm (Gym)          website, www.bishopdwenger.com.
     14    45th Anniversary Mass, 1:00pm (SAC Gym)
     16    PL 221 #3 (noon dismissal)
     17    Music Booster Meeting, 7pm (Band Room)
     16-18 ISTEP
                                                            Homecoming Tailgate Party
     16,18 Bowling Team Tryouts, 3-5:30pm (PB Rec. Ctr.)                   October 3, 2008
     19    Midterms                                              Zollner Stadium n 5:30-7:00 p.m.
     30    All-school Mass, 10:47am (2:30pm dismissal)
 October                                                       $7 per person and $5 per child under 10
     1     NHS Tournament Day                                      Kickoff at 7 p.m. vs. South Side
     2     Curriculum Day (no school)
     3     Homecoming vs. South Side
           Tailgate Party, 5:30-7pm (Zollner)               Driver’s Education
     7     Language Rosary, 10:47am (2:30pm dismissal)       Our fall driver’s education classes will run from September
     9     Faculty Meeting (2:30pm dismissal)                22nd - October 3rd (M-F) with available class times from
     12    Fall Choir Concert (Gym)                          either 4-7 p.m. or 5:30-8:30 p.m. Driving will start the
     14,21 Freshman Retreat                                  week of October 6th and run through the end of October
     15    PL 221 #4 (noon dismissal)
                                                             until all drivers have driven. Attendance is mandatory at
           PSAT/PLAN
                                                             every class. Students must turn 15 years of age before the
     16    SA! Diamond Dinner, 6:30pm (FWCC)
     17    End of First Quarter                              last day of the class. Cost is $325 and includes two weeks
     18    Cheerleading Invitational, 9am-5pm (Gym)          book work, one week of driving, and a road test if the
     24    Saints on the Move Mass (2:30pm dismissal)        student receives a B or better in both portions of the class.
     25    Saints on the Move                                No one may drive without a permit. See the website,
     26    Fall Instrumental Concert, 2pm (Gym)              www.bishopdwenger.com, for registration forms.
     30    Fall Play, 7pm (Gym)                              REGISTRATION DEADlINE IS SEPT. 15th!




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