November 22, 2019 Wildcat Wire
MR. VANCE'S NEWS TO USE THIS WEEK!
Dear Parents and Guardians,
As we enter the holiday season of Thanksgiving and Christmas, it is important to take time with family and friends and express our gratitude for all that we have been given. God has bestowed an abundance of gifts on all of us, especially the gifts of life, love and family. On behalf of the staff and faculty, I offer this prayer in gratitude for the trust you have have in us, the care and collaboration demonstrated, and for the enthusiasm of the students to learn and pray together.
Let us pray -
O Gracious God, we give you thanks for your overflowing generosity to us.
Thank you for the blessings of the food we eat and especially for this feast today.
Thank you for our home and family and friends,
especially for the presence of those gathered here.
Thank you for our health, our work, and our play.
Please send help to those who are hungry, alone, sick and suffering war and violence. Open our hearts to your love. We ask your blessing through Christ your son.
— Mary Cronk Farrell
Please know that you and your families continue to be in my prayers during this special Thanksgiving time. May this time be filled with great family memories and times to offer thanks to God for all good gifts!
In Christ’s Peace,
The High School Placement Test
is tomorrow. Please keep our eighth graders in your thoughts and prayers. While they are properly prepared, the test is long and challenging. We wish them the very best!
The first set of Parent/Teacher conferences were held last night. The second set is scheduled for Monday, November 25 from 4:00-8:00pm. If you have any questions about your child’s performance in the classroom, please reach out to the teachers. Working collaboratively as a team, teacher and parent, is our goal and we want the best for your child.
Picture retakes are scheduled for Friday, December 6.
There is no school November 27-28 as we celebrate our Thanksgiving Break. School will resume on Monday, December 2
. Also, because of the shortened week, there will be no Wire next week.
GIVING TUESDAY IS DECEMBER 3
Donations made to St. Ignatius Church on Giving Tuesday using the
are not assessed by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati
. To make a donation:**Open the website
**Scroll to the bottom of the screen and use the search button to find St. Ignatius of Loyola
Church, Cincinnati, Ohio.
**Click on the blue “St. Ignatius of Loyola Church” link to go to the Donation screen.
**Click on “Donate”.
Please prayerfully consider making a donation to St. Ignatius on this special day on which your donation is not assessed by the Archdiocese. We hope to use your offering for capital improvements to the church including refurbishment of the kneelers and tabernacle, increasing handicap accessibility, etc.
To support St. Ignatius School, visit:
**Updated classrooms will be furnished with child-size tables, chairs, and wobble stools that invite collaboration and active, engaged learning. As students get older, the size of the tables and chairs increases to fit the children.
**Your investment in the future could help fund a 21st century learning environment that is tech friendly for students and teachers.
**The first 100 donors will receive a St. Ignatius School car magnet!
Thank for your support!
UPCOMING SPIRIT SHOP HOURS
Tuesday, Sept. 10: 7:30-8:30pm,
Gr. 6-8 Parent Night
Thursday, Sept. 12: 7:30-8:30pm,
Gr. 1-3 Parent Night
Families are also invited to subscribe to their facebook page at
for more announcements and essential information.
**Our email addresses:
The Wildcat Wire
**Please note: Deadline for
articles are due by Wednesday at noon. Articles submitted are subject to approval and editing.
If your child is going to be absent, a phone call to the school office must be made by 8:45am
We cannot accept emails as official attendance communication.
You must also send a note to the homeroom teacher stating the reason for absence when your child returns to school.
Please see page 10 of the Student Handbook for more information regarding “
CHANGES IN TRANSPORTATION
If you need to change the way your child is getting home from school, please call the office at 389-3242 no later than 3:15pm.
MAGAZINE DRIVE 2019
It’s magazine drive time! Check out the information sheet included in your magazine packet that came today. All your favorite magazines, gifts, plus lots more are included!
Mystery envelopes will once again be awarded on the first two turn in days which are
Tuesday, September 10
Monday, September 16.
Students earn a mystery envelope for every two points (2 online orders/donations or 4 paper orders) submitted by 9:00am on turn in day. See the information sheet within your packet for additional incentives including a LIMO RIDE for grades K-8 and an ice cream sundae party for preschoolers.
Midwest Community Fundraising
will continue to be our vendor providing all your favorite magazines along with new items. Thank you in advance to the many volunteers helping out the next couple of weeks. We are encouraging orders to be made online to simplify the paperwork and chances for error. Students get credit for online orders as long as their name and homeroom have been included.
Please remember that no student is expected to go door-to-door selling
magazines. (Family and friends only.)
Keep in mind that a $20 donation counts as a magazine subscription/ 1 point. Details are in the packet. St. Ignatius earns 45% of the purchase price and of course 100% of cash donations stay here too. The proceeds from the sale are used for student enrichment and staff professional development.
Please contact Laurie Roettker at
or Angela Roos at
with any questions.
To order online, go to
, Click the
tab and enter group ID
. You will be given a seller ID to use when placing your orders and the option to email a link to family and friends.
**This is a different site than listed in the printed magazine. The website listed in the magazine catalog (APmags) charges a service fee which can be avoided by ordering on the Midwest Community Website.
Please watch for the Sign-Up Genius for volunteer opportunities. We will need help on the following dates:
Tuesday, Sept. 10: 9:00-11:30am
Monday, Sept. 16: 9:00-11:30am
Tuesday, Sept. 24: 9:00-11:30am
Monday, Sept. 30: 11:00-1:30pm
Tuesday, Oct. 8: 11:00-2:00pm
TEACHER INTRODUCTION NIGHTS
GRADES 4 and 5
Wednesday, September 4, 7:00pm
Tuesday, September 10, 7:00pm
Thursday, September 12, 7:00pm
Please mark your calendars for these important dates! We realize that some families will need to attend more than one night, but the targeted information will be worthwhile.
All meetings will begin in the gym.
EIGHTH GRADE SHADOW DATES
Many parents like to schedule shadow dates for their 8th graders at various high schools. Please keep in mind that only 8th graders may have excused absences for shadowing.)
This year, approved Shadow dates are:
Thursday, October 3
Monday, October 14
Wednesday, October 23
Tuesday, November 5
Thursday, November 14
We encourage you to try and schedule on a day that we are not in session:
Friday, October 11
Friday, November 1
Wednesday, November 27
We will automatically allow two excused absences for shadowing.
As with any other absence, a parent phone call or hand written note is required by the office prior to 8:45am on the date of the absence.
CAFÉ VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
We are still in need of cafeteria volunteers! If you can help anytime, please call the cafe office at 389-3242 ex. 5 and leave a message. Thank you!
FREE AND REDUCED LUNCHES
St. Ignatius participates in the
Federal Free and Reduced Lunch
program, and eligibility is based on family income. Families may apply at anytime throughout the year.
MORNING CARE PROGRAM
Morning care will be available from 7:00-8:15am in the Cafeteria for $4.00 per child per day
. For registration or questions, please contact Mrs. Beth Reynolds at 389-3242, ex. 5.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
We are pleased to announce that we are continuing our After School Program for the 2019-2020 school year for students in Pre-K to grade 8.
The program runs from 3:30 to 6:00pm on school days, and costs $9.00 per child per day
. For more information or to register, please contact the school office at 389-3242.
All families must fill out a NEW registration form
. If you were enrolled in the program last year, you should have already received an email. If you are new to the program, forms can be found on the school website at
, or in the school office.
WILDCATS ON THE MOVE
Stayed tuned for weekly updates on new milestones in the
! Remember that only miles tracked on officially marked tracks can count for these miles If you would like to help on the walking track during the school day, please contact Mrs. Lori Anderson at
. Keep moving, Wildcats!
PICTURE DAY IS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
All students will be photographed and are invited to be out of uniform in nice, casual clothes for their picture. Picture order forms were sent home on the first day of school, and extras are available in the school office if needed.
Lifetouch is offering online ordering with many options for poses and backgrounds. Please see your order form for more details. The website is
our Picture ID is EVTMV37VQ.
ST. IGNATIUS DRAMA
Students in grades 3-8 are invited to join the fun with St. Ignatius Drama as we bring
The Little Mermaid
to life on stage! There will be a parent meeting on Wednesday, September 11 at 7:00pm in the music room. This meeting is not required, but is an optional chance to learn more about the program and ask questions. Please see the form attached to this Wire, and submit your registration by Wednesday, September 18. Practices will begin on Wednesday, September 25. Please direct questions to
. We can’t wait to see all these talented kids go
UNDER THE SEA!!
Week of September 9
Double Entree (grades 4-8) $1.50
Every meal includes a choice of fruit and milk
Salad of the Week - Cobb Salad
Pancakes, juice, tater tots or salad
Pepperoni and cheese breadsticks,
green beans or salad
Hamburger/Cheeseburger w/ lettuce
and tomato, waffle fries or salad
Loaded baked potato (cheese, bacon,
butter, sour cream), muffin, salad
Mini corn dogs, carrots with dip or
hummus, or salad
CALLING ALL GIRLS!
Building G.I.R.L.S. of courage, confidence, and character, who are making the world a better place. Girl Scouts have been preparing girls for a lifetime of leadership, success, and adventure, since 1912. While some people still think of us as just cookies, badges, campfires, and friendship bracelets, Girl Scouts are so much more. Girl Scouts are groundbreakers, big thinkers, and role models. Girl Scouts design robots, start garage bands, camp and improve their communities—and yes, they sell the best cookies on the planet. When she's a Girl Scout, she’s also a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader).
At St. Ignatius we have 18 troops, with over 200 girls registered. Last year at least 40 girls earned a religious award, which are presented during our Girl Scout Mass. Girls Scouts work with the parish and community, leads the Giving Tree at Christmas and volunteers at the parish festival.
If your daughter is interested in participating in Girl Scouts at St. I’s, please pick up an interest form in the parish office and return to the parish office by Monday, September 16
. We are also always in need of adult helpers. If you are willing to help by being a leader, helper, or cookie mom, please mark that on your daughter's interest form, and you will be contacted with more information including which Troop # to register for. Please do not get on the Girl Scout website and register for a troop before you have been contacted.
Also, please join us for a family carnival for current and prospective Girl Scouts and their families on Sunday, September 22 from 2:00-5:00pm at Monfort Heights UMC in the gym.
AMERICAN HERITAGE GIRLS
FREE CRAFT AND GAME NIGHT
Free Craft and Game Night Monday, September 30th, 6:30-8pm at St. Ignatius Picnic ShelterWhile you are at practice for one child, bring your other children to the American Heritage Girls Craft and Game Night or stop by before or after practice. Fun crafts, bingo and a snack will be provided at the picnic shelter (by the lower fields) and in the Wild Cat Room at St. Ignatius. Anyone is welcome! There will be Virtus trained adults and other volunteers to entertain your children. Enjoy this welcome break! If you have any questions about this event or American Heritage Girls, please contact Elena McSwane at
Faith, Service, Fun
Cake Decorating, horseback riding, pottery, dance, archery, service. Does that sound like fun? Do you want to build confidence and inspire adventure in your daughter, all the while encouraging her to love God, cherish her family, honor her country and serve in our community? Then American Heritage Girls awaits. American Heritage Girls (AHG) has been raising women of integrity for over 10 years at St. Ignatius. AHG is a Christian-based ministry where girls experience new challenges that teach service, team-building and leadership skills in a safe and fun environment.
American Heritage Girls is open to girls ages 5-18. We meet at the Loyola Center (formerly Hilvert Center at St. Ignatius) on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 3:30-5:15pm, September-May. Our first meeting is on Tuesday, September 10th at 3:30-5:15pm. For more information, please contact
Dignity Drive for Foster Children
Imagine just being removed from your home to live with strangers. You don't have time to pack your things and likely have to leave with only clothes on your back. As children are trying rebuild their life in a new environment with new people, their stress must be overwhelming. The last thing they should have to worry about are basic needs.
Please help us provide these very basic needs for foster children in our community. The 8th grade American Heritage Girls are collecting new socks and underwear, sizes children through adult XXL for children and teens in foster care.
A box for new socks and underwear will be available outside the parish office September 7-8. You may also contact an 8th grade girl in AHG or Michelle Korte at
. All items will be given to foster children through Threads of Hope.
JR. HIGH/HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
2019 ST. I GRADS
Yearbooks, videos, and pictures are in, and ready to be picked up at the school office.
ST. URSULA ACADEMY
Strategizing the HSPT and HS Admissions
, September 18, 6:30-7:30pm. Beneficial for 7th and 8th grade girls and parents.
Ursuline Information Nights,
September 5, October 10, and November 18 at 6:30pm for parents and students in grades 6-8.
Grade School Soccer Night
, September 9 at 6:30pm. Grade school girls receive free admission.
8th Grade Parent Info Sessions
, September 11, September 25, October 10, October 14, October 22 and November 13. Various times and topics will be discussed. Please go to
for more information.
Wolf Pals Program
for 6th and 7th grade girls, similar to a traditional “pen pal” program. For more information please go to
The Parish Picnic will be held at Stricker’s Grove tonight at 5:00pm
. Free admission and food for St. I parishioners, so bring the family for an enjoyable evening.
THE RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION (RCIA)
The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is called RCIA
There are four phases including
Inquiry, Catechumenate, Enlightenment, and Mystagogia.
Until the Feast of Christ the King, the RCIA class is in the First Phase of
The participants not baptized are called catechumens, whereas, the candidates are those that have been baptized and are seeking full communion with the Catholic Church. We cordially invite any parishioner to join the Faith Journey and attend the October classes to enrich your own faith life. The children are back in school, and it’s a good time to learn more about Scriptures and The Church. Come to one or all of them. Call Len Johansing @513-470-8886 to reserve a place for you! Each class begins promptly at 7:30PM and ends at 9:00PM. The lessons for October include the following:
Western Tennis and Fitness Tennis Clinics
St. Ursula Upcoming Events
Ursuline Upcoming Events
Madcap Education Center
SNOW DAY INFORMATION
As winter approaches, we want to remind you of the procedures in case of a snow day or delay. If a snowfall during the night causes cancellation of classes, listen to the radio or TV stations or check their web sites. You can also check the St. I school website where we post any change from the calendar as the first item under
. We will activate our notification system as soon as possible.
Please make sure the office has all updated contact information. We use our system to send a recorded message to home phone numbers.
FYI, since the majority of our students live in the
Northwest School District
, we will follow the decisions of
and ALL of our students need to watch for
delays or closing. It is a problem if Cincinnati Public, Oak Hills or Three Rivers is delayed and Northwest is not. In this case, school is officially open and in session on time and students living in Cincinnati, Oak Hills and/or Three Rivers need to either get a ride to school or realize their bus will arrive well after school has started. These students will be posted as tardy, excused (90 min) or 1/2 day excused absence.
If Northwest is on a delay, their buses will run on the delay. Cincinnati Public, Oak Hills, and Three Rivers busses are not affected by Northwest’s delays and will run on schedule unless those districts also call a delay. We understand the difficulty and realize that you will do what you can.
Fortunately, these situations are extremely rare. Though instruction will be delayed if Northwest calls a delay, supervision will be provided for students who are delivered by Oak Hills, Three Rivers or Cincinnati Public Transportation.
A.M. Kindergarten is cancelled when we have a two-hour delay.
The extended care program will be cancelled if school is closed. For delays, students who use the Morning care program may arrive at the usual 7:00am time. The cost will remain the same.
In the case of a delay that is changed to a cancellation, you are asked to provide the name and phone number of someone who will be able to come and pick-up your child by
If we have a 2-hour delay, all before school activities are cancelled. This includes, but is not limited to Spanish, Morning Support, band, choirs, and tutoring.
The only exception is Morning Care, which will operate as scheduled at 7:00am. If school is closed, all school activities are cancelled including Morning Care.
NOTES FROM THE NURSE
Submitted by Mrs. Kathy Reder
Breakfast pep talk! I see a lot of kids who are either not eating breakfast or only having fast acting carbohydrates for breakfast. This ends in headaches, stomachaches, dizziness and a lack of focus. A few extra minutes in the morning and a nutritious breakfast goes a long way!
Ideally, breakfast should consist of:
1. A healthy complex carbohydrate (cereal, oatmeal, waffle, granola)
2. A protein source and a fruit serving (peanut butter, sliced turkey or ham, greek yogurt, string cheese, hard boiled egg)
3. Fruit or vegetable serving
Not a breakfast food person? Try leftovers, pizza, mac and cheese, and/or a sandwich.
Talk with your kids about good breakfast choices and help them with a few extra minutes in the morning to start their day off right! Their bodies will thank you!
WILDCATS ON THE MOVE
Congratulations to the following Wildcats for reaching 10 miles and earning their first "foot". They are Dexter B., Cohen B., Alexander B., Roman C., Charlotte C., Eliza D., Taylor K., Grace L., Maya M., Emily O., Christopher O., Nora O., Corbin R., Reese R., Scarlett R., Isaac S., August S., Brooks W., Ava C., and Viv D.
Rachel B. reached 50 miles, and has earned her certificate!
Macie V. reached 100 miles and is sporting a new WOTM t-shirt!
Finally, McKayla B. has her medal for reaching 250 miles! (That is like walking to Chicago!)
CONGRATS TO TESS R.!
Her design was selected for the 8th grade class T-shirt! We had 7 entries, and the students voted for their favorite design. Thanks to all of the students for their participation and creativity in their designs. What a great showing of school spirit for the Class of 2020!
CONFERENCES MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25
Conferences are Monday, November 25, and the Sign-Up Genius for scheduling has already closed. If you were unable to sign up, but would still like to meet, please contact the teacher to see if they can fit you into the schedule. Conferences are located in the classroom indicated on the sign-up.
Please remember to be on time, as conferences are only 10 minutes per teacher.
LIVE COUNSELOR CORNER
DURING CONFERENCE NIGHTS
Join us for a
Live Counselor Corner
from 5:00-6:00pm in the music room during Parent/Teacher Conference Nights! Your friendly school counselor/psychologists will have handouts on a variety of topics, such as completing homework and social media. Stop by to meet us and grab information on topics that interest you. Feel free to ask us any questions you have about helping your child have a successful and happy year at St. Ignatius - no appointment needed!
At 6:00pm, we will give an informal presentation about understanding anxiety in children and coping tools for intervention. If you are concerned that your child may be exhibiting signs of anxiety, anxious behavior, or just want to help them better handle stress and worry, this presentation could be helpful to you. If interested, join us in the music room during either Parent/Teacher Conference Night. Feel free to pop in and out as your schedule allows.
If you have any questions about either opportunity, feel free to contact Mrs. Bien (K-3, ext. 2225), Mrs. Lombardi (4-6, ext. 2310), or Mrs. Hartger (7-8, ext. 2021). We look forward to meeting you!
SPEECH CONTEST SIGN UPS
Submitted by Mrs. McGowan
If you are in the fifth, sixth, seventh, or eighth grade and have a desire to perform, this is your chance to shine!
Sign ups for the Speech Contest will begin on Monday, November 11
. The categories are serious monologue, humorous monologue, serious dialogue, humorous dialogue, and storytelling. Humorous dialogue will be separated by grade levels.
Be sure to pick up a speech form outside Mrs. McGowan’s classroom door by December 20.
The contest will take place on Saturday, March 28, 2020, at St. James White Oak.
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING MADE EASY WITH TRP!
TRP has all the major Black Friday retailers and the Cyber Monday ones, too like Amazon, so buy gift cards before you do your Christmas shopping! Also, give those people on your list gift cards they will be sure to LOVE!
Use the mobile app,
, for quick and convenient ecards and reloads. You can even purchase or load cards while you wait in line at the store! Please see the attached flyer on how to order.
We will have 2 turn in days on December 5 and 13 for physical gift cards as well. The person who earns the most money back by December 13 will win a $25 gift card!
with any questions.
FAMILY CAFE FEE
Just a gentle reminder that all families need to pay the $35.00 cafe fee. Remember, you can earn part of this money back every time you volunteer in the cafe! Please submit the payment in an envelope clearly marked Cafe Fees and your name.
DADS WEEK IN THE CAFE!
Hey dads, come hang out with us in the cafe for dads week! We still need VIRTUS-trained dads for Monday December 16, Tuesday December 17, and Thursday December 19. Please arrive at 11:10am, and you will be finished at 1:30pm. Please call Mrs. Beth Reynolds at 389-3242, ext. 5 to sign up!
**Also, remember if you are a regularly scheduled volunteer during dads week you get the day off!
ARE YOU PLANNING TO FILL YOUR STOCKINGS WITH SPIRIT WEAR?
You can now place your orders at our new online store at
Purchase any uniform or special order items by Saturday, November 30
The last day for guaranteed Christmas delivery for in stock items will be Sunday, December 8
*For all your last minute shopping needs the spirit shop will have open hours on Friday, December 6, from 3:00-4:15pm and Friday, December 20 from 8:00-11:00am.
Happy holidays from the spirit shop!
Oak Hills Youth Athletic Swim team is holding a swim academy that will focus on stroke development and other competitive swimming skills. The clinic will be held on Sundays from December to February. To sign up, please visit
by November 30. The cost is $115 for one session or $200 for both sessions. If you have questions, please email
LANDS' END BLACK FRIDAY-CYBER MONDAY EVENT
School families can save 50% on all Land's End School uniform and dress code apparel from November 23 through December 3. Use promo code
. For more information, please go to
Week of November 25
e Entree (grades 4-8) $1.50
Every meal includes a choice of fruit and milk
Salad of the Week - Fried Chicken Salad
Grilled cheese, tomato soup or salad
Pepperoni and cheese breadsticks, green beans or salad
No School/ Thanksgiving break
THURSDAY: Happy Thanksgiving!
No School/ Thanksgiving break
Week of December 2
Salad of the Week - Taco Salad
: Walking taco, black beans, salad
: Chicken patty with lettuce and tomato, corn or salad
: Pancake and sausage on a stick, juice, hashbrown or salad
Rotini, breadstick, green beans or salad
: Pepperoni pizza, carrots with dip or hummus or salad
SOFTBALL SIGNUPS RUNNING THROUGH JANUARY 12
Softball signups will be open through January 12 for incoming kindergarteners through eighth graders.
Cost of registration:
$45 for the pre-K/K program
$75 for Grades 1-8.
Please feel free to contact the softball coordinators, Liz Gaitley and Damon Bowling at
with questions or concerns. We are looking forward to a successful and fun-filled season!
CONGRATS STATE CHAMPS!
This team was undefeated this year and won the state championship! They worked hard and grew as a team. Players included Anna Marie S., Aleia S.,Kelsey H., Emily H., Reagan G., Riley R., Hadley O., Lauren M., Natalie K.,
and Rachael S. The team is proudly coached by Ashley Schroer, Nikki Robinson, and Lisa Grinkemeyer.
EXCITING YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS!
Submitted by Miss Emily Branscum
I have very exciting news this week about our youth ministry program!
, which is located across North Bend Road will be opening soon and
we have been given a dedicated youth ministry space
! That's right, we're finally getting a youth room!
In order to make this new space our home, we are asking for donations to help build a fantastic youth center for our parish. Myself and my co-worker, Elaine Kroger, have compiled a ‘wish list’ of items we would like to have to make this space perfect. Please check this list and discern whether you’d be willing to donate any of the following items:
**Couch (love seat, full size etc.)
**Comfy chairs (old recliner, college dorm room folding chairs)
**Big Pillows (for sitting)
**Curtains and Spring Rods
**End Tables/Coffee Tables (preferably round or with rounded corners)
**Bean Bag Chairs
**Plants (preferably fake small potted ones but anything green will help!)
**Folding outdoor chairs
**Religious Paraphernalia (Old statues, rosaries, posters etc.)
**General Home style wall hangings/decorations
Feel free to stray from this list if you have other items you would be interested in donating. This was just our idea of some big ticket/priority items but we are open to all of your ideas! We in fact have already been very blessed in finding TODAY a full-sized refrigerator (we are going to have an EPIC kitchen area) and a large TV; talk about God providing!
If you have items you would like to donate PLEASE CONTACT ME (
) and let me know what you have. We want as much as we can get, but we also want to make sure we aren’t doubling up on big items.
All items can be dropped off at the Ignatius Center
on Saturday, December 7 from 9:00am- noon.
We will also need a
to get these items inside.
This crew will be comprised of ADULTS only.
If you are interested in joining the moving crew from
9:00am-noon on December 7,
please let me know! Lunch will be provided ;). Finally, if you have these items but are unsure of how to transport them, please contact me directly so that we can see if there is a way to help.
Junior High Youth Ministry meeting will take place on Monday, December 2 from 7:00- 8:30pm the school cafeteria.
We'll be working on items for the Happy Birthday Jesus event. All are welcome to come, just make sure you bring your permission slip if you have not already!
Thank you all in advance for you help bringing our new space alive, I am so excited for this new chapter in our ministry!
Deadline to request audition for Theatre I,
Due date for Financial Aid, Admission, and Scholarship Applications,
Deadline for Art Portfolio Review for Foundation Art acceptance,
Please contact Christina Mullis at
or 231-3500 for more information.
CONGRATS CAMRYN ANDERSON
Congratulations to Oak Hills senior, Camryn Anderson, for receiving the United Nations Association's National Community Service Award for over 64 hours of service thus far this year!
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