Weekly Wire, July 23, 2012
Bishop Manogue Catholic High School
Educating Through Faith, Leadership, Knowledge, and Compassion
Summer office hours are Monday – Thursday, 8 am to 2 pm
Regular office hours resume July 30
Diocese of Reno Family Day at the Reno Aces will be July 28. Get details here!
Student Parking Permits will be issued on Mon., August 6 at the Attendance Window: seniors, 8am to 9:30 am; juniors, 9:30am to 11am; sophomores, 11am to 12pm; all students, 12 pm to 2pm. Students will need a driver’s license and current vehicle registration to reserve a space.
Freshman and New Student Orientation will be August 10, 8 am to 1pm. This is the opportunity for new students to meet classmates, find their classes, and get the inside scoop on everything Bishop Manogue, all with the help of current Manogue student leaders. Students will report to the Main Gym at 8am and the day will end with a BBQ lunch from 12 pm to 1 pm.
Junior-Senior Parent Orientation will be Aug. 8, and the Freshman-Sophomore Parent Orientation will Aug 9. Both take place from 6 pm to 7:30 pm in the Main Gym. There will also be an ILC Parent Meeting on Aug. 9 from 5 pm to 6 pm.
School resumes August 13, with a 9:30 start time the entire first week.
Steaks and Stogies football fundraiser is Aug. 18, 5 pm at the Tamarack Junction. Click here for all the details on how to join the fun!
These will be mailed to parents and students on Wednesday, August 1. Locker and Homeroom assignments will be included with the information provided on the class schedules. It’s a good idea to have your children visit the school prior to the first day of classes to get their lockers organized.
Online Book Sales have begun at our ESCO Online Bookstore. Please know that we are available to help you and to answer any questions you have as you go through this process. Click here for details and contact information.
THE RESULTS ARE IN…
Western Catholic Educational Association has granted Bishop Manogue a six-year accreditation term with a midterm review. This is an excellent outcome and shows that the WCEA recognizes that we are offering a high-quality Catholic education. We’re very proud of our accreditation team, and look forward to continually improving our service and commitment to our students and families.
2012 Graduate Drew McMillan placed third in the Hospitality Management event at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Awards Program Conference held in San Antonio June 28- July 2. The conference was attended by more than 6,000 top FBLA students from around the nation. Hospitality Management requires mastery of such topics as hotel and resort management, accounting, business law, information technology, customer service, and tourism trends analysis. Great job, Drew!
FBLA-PBA is a nonprofit education association helping a quarter million students prepare for careers in business and business-related fields. Manogue students interested in FBLA can contact Robin Peri at email@example.com
PARENTS AND BOOSTERS!
Show your support for our student athletes with an announcement in our athletic programs. Packages start as low as $200 for the entire school year and include a full color ad in all three seasonal printed programs. Please reserve your space by August 8, for the fall program featuring Football, Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country, Tennis, Girl’s Golf and Cheerleading. We appreciate your support to help boost team spirit, honor your student’s achievements and offset the costs of the school’s sport programs
STUDENTS, VOLUNTEER FOR THE RENO-TAHOE OPEN!
If you love golf, we’ve got an amazing service opportunity for you! The Reno-Tahoe Open is looking for standard bearers for the tournament to be held the July 30-August 5. A standard bearer walks alongside the PGA TOUR Professionals and holds their score sign. Volunteers would accompany players through the entire round, so this is an all-day commitment, but you get a LOT for your efforts including:
- Service hours (approved by Mr. Jaureguito)
- A shirt, hat and water bottle
- 10 tickets for any day of the tournament
- A free round of golf at Dayton Valley Golf Club
- Assorted coupons
- A meal for every shift
- A volunteer appreciation party with dinner provided by Famous Dave’s on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night
All the volunteers must be 15 years or older. You can find more information at www.renotahoeopen.com under the volunteer tab, or you can call Meaghan Hall, Volunteer Coordinator at 775-322-3900. Don’t miss this great opportunity experience a golf tournament up close and personal, and walk right alongside the Pros! (And don’t forget to have your Christian Service Form signed!)
HOST FAMILY OPPORTUNITIES
BMCHS is currently seeking Host Families for incoming 2012-2013 International and Foreign Exchange Students
International Student Host Families
Our International students are here to graduate from BMCHS. Hosting an International student includes ~$1000 per month compensation for room and board and is typically a 3-4 year commitment. We work through two local agents that manage our International Student Host Families. For more information on becoming an International Student Host Family you can contact Patrick Bell at Patrick.Bell@bishopmanogue.org or 336-6021. You may also contact either of our host family agents at: Mr. Oliver Chen: firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr. Richard Wiseman: email@example.com 775-624-9143
Foreign Exchange Student Host Families
Foreign Exchange students are her for one year or one
semester only. Although there is no compensation for hosting an Exchange Student (by U.S. law) hosting a Foreign Exchange student can add valuable cultural experience to Host Parents and their children. Our Foreign Exchange students are typically from Europe and have strong English fluency. The organization we work through is ASSE International. If interested in hosting an Exchange student you may apply directly online at: www.assephshosts.com
CAR POOL DATABASE
We have had several inquiries regarding transportation to and from Manogue for the upcoming school year. While Manogue cannot provide transportation for students, we would like to compile and distribute contact information for Bishop Manogue parents interested in creating or becoming part of a car pool. If you fall into that category, please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “car pool” in the subject line:
General area where you live
Please note that by doing so, you are agreeing to have this information made public. With this information, we will compile a simple list arranged by area that will be accessible through our Weekly Wire email blasts. Parents can then make arrangements that meet their individual needs.
Girls Golf will hold a mandatory meeting for golfers and parents on July 30, 3 pm to 5 pm at Arrowcreek Golf course. Practices will be held Aug 6, 7, and 8 from 3 pm to 5 pm at Arrowcreek. Tryouts will be on Aug. 9 at 3pm at Arrowcreek. Golfers who do not qualify in this first round of tryouts can still be on the team and tryout for tournament positions later in the season.
Summer conditioning for the Boys’ Varsity Tennis Team will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Reno Tennis Center on Plumas Ave. according to the following schedule:
Monday, July 30, 7:30am-9:00am
Tuesday, Aug 7, 5:30pm-7:00pm
Thursday Aug 9, 7:30am-9:00am
Tryouts will be August 13-15 from 3:15-5:15 pm. It is highly recommended that interested players spend the spring and summer months on the tennis courts practicing all aspects of their game. If you have any questions please contact Coach Renee Hinojosa at email@example.com or 772-6125.
Boys’ Soccer optional training sessions will be held from 5:30 to 7:00 pm throughout the summer on the following dates: July 23, 24, 25, 31, and Aug. 1, 2, 6, 7, 8. Click here for more details, or contact Coach Besso at 775-772-7596 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students, regardless of skill level, who are interested in joining the Cross Country team are encouraged to join summer conditioning sessions according to the following schedule:
Tuesdays, 7 am, at Rancho Park by the starting area of state/regional championships
Thursdays, 7 am, at Huffaker Park on the field to the trailhead
Fridays, 7 am, at the Sparks Marina parking lot by coffee shop
Additional assignments and voluntary runs will be available each week until school starts. For more information please contact head coach Matt Pendola at 775-762-1923 or email@example.com
Summer conditioning for the Girls Tennis Team will be Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning July 10 from 6-7:30 pm at Reno Tennis Center on Plumas Ave. All interested players are encouraged to attend. There will be no conditioning July 24 and 26, to be resumed July 31. Please come prepared with, plenty of water, tennis shoes and apparel, racquet and jump rope. Tryouts will be August 13, 2:45 pm at Reno Tennis Center. All players, including returning players, will be required to tryout. For more information contact assistant coach Stephanie Chau at 775-544-1998 or visit the girls tennis webpage.
Girls’ Soccer optional training for new and returning players will take place from 7 am to 8:30 am on the following days: July 24, 25, 26, 31 and Aug. 1, 2, 7, 8, 9. Tryouts begin Mon., August 13. Times are subject to change, so please check the website at www.bishopmanogue.org/athletics/girls-soccer. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Coach Mike Henry will hold informal lacrosse training/practice sessions every other Thursday at 6 pm at Bishop Manogue. All are welcome. Remaining session dates are July 26, and August 9. For information or questions email email@example.com.
Summer reading lists for students have been posted, and hopefully your children are enjoying their literary adventures. Please remember that summer reading is MANDATORY for all students, and encourage them to pick up their books regularly throughout the summer. Staying on top of their summer reading can really help them start the year off right!
PARENTS OF THE CLASS OF 2013
A friendly reminder to schedule your student’s formal senior portrait with Spicer Photography. Appointments can be made by calling 746-5151 . Click here for information on the special offers Spicer is offering to Manogue families.
FALL IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER…
…so mark your calendars for these upcoming Manogue traditions!
Friday, Sept 21:
Jim Williams Miner Golf Classic, details and registration here!
Alumni Mass, 5 pm
Spaghetti Feed for the Soccer Program, 5 pm
Alumni Mixer at Tamarack Junction, 6 pm
Homecoming Rally 7 pm
Saturday, Sept 22:
Alumni End Zone BBQ, 12:30 pm
Homecoming Game 1pm
Homecoming Parade and Queen Crowning
Green and Gold Fundraiser
Open House, 4 pm to 7 pm
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