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Weekly Wire, July 30, 2012

 Bishop Manogue Catholic High School

Educating Through Faith, Leadership, Knowledge, and Compassion

Regular office hours resume today, 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, Mon. – Fri.

 

UPCOMING DATES

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.

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.

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.

DigiGirlz Day is an opportunity for young women interested in technology careers to participate in hands-on workshops and connect with Microsoft employees. It’s being offered free of charge by Microsoft on Aug. 10 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Get the details here.

School resumes August 13, with a 9:30 start time the entire first week.

Steaks and Stogies is Aug. 18, 5 pm at the Tamarack Junction.  Click here for all the details on how to join the fun!

School pictures will be taken Aug. 15 for Juniors and Sophomores with last names ending in A – L, and Aug. 16 for Freshmen and Sophomore with last names ending in M – Z.

The Parents’ Association will host a Meet-and-Greet on Aug. 21 in the Student Community Center.  Come mingle with faculty and staff, 5 to 6:30 pm.

Senior Sunrise is Aug. 23 at 6:30 am.

There will be no school on Aug. 24 so teachers can attend a Diocesan retreat.

CLASS SCHEDULES

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.  

GOT OLD UNIFORMS?

Help us out by donating them for our International Student Program. Our International students will arrive in the U.S. shortly and are in need of used uniforms to start the school year.  Due to sizing differences from their native countries it is often difficult to gauge correct sizes for Dennis without first trying on uniforms.  This means they often don’t  have correctly sized uniforms in time for the start of school. We are in need of boys and girls polo shirts in S-M-L as well as uniform slacks and shorts in various sizes.  If interested you can drop of used uniforms at the front office or contact our Dean of Students Patrick Bell for more information: Patrick.Bell@bishopmanogue.org  or 775-336-6021.

ADDENDUM TO SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

In an effort to curb the wearing of improper uniform attire to school we have implemented a fee policy for students who use donated uniforms from the front office to get back into proper uniform during the school day.  This fee does not apply to families seeking used uniform attire for their students at the beginning of or throughout the school year.  The addendums to the Dress Code policy are below.

“Students who are out of uniform (shirt or pants/shorts) and cannot get back into uniform will be sent to the office to select proper uniform attire (if available) from our used uniform selection. A $5 fee will be assessed for uniform use for the day. These monies will go into the tuition assistance program to support BMCHS families who qualify for financial assistance.  If for any reason the student cannot get back into uniform while at school they will be given appropriate consequences as determined by the Dean of Students which may include detention, Saturday school, or being sent home for the day for severe infractions. Unpaid uniform fines may result in students serving Saturday school or financial holds placed on student records until such fines are paid.  Parents will be contacted of excessive fine amounts prior to the end of each grading period.”

“If male students need to shave, they will be required to do so at school and will be sent back to class, and may serve detention for multiple violations. A $1 razor fee will be assessed per violation to support replacement costs for providing razors to students who need to shave.”

The goal is for students to take personal responsibility for following the Uniform Policy for BMCHS.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact our Dean of Students at: Patrick.Bell@bishopmanogue.org or 775-336-6021.

THE CAMPUS STORE..

…is now open Mon. – Thurs. 10 am to 3 pm.  It will also be open the evenings of Aug. 8 and 9, for parent orientation.

BOOK SALES 

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.  

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

Additional sponsorships opportunities are also available. Please click this link for more information or contact: Corrin Keck at (775) 856-4888, ckeck4@charter.net

FALL SPORTS INFORMATION

Below is preseason and tryout information for our Fall Sports.  You can also look for information on our website, www.bishopmanogue.org/athletics.

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.

 

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 hinojosa5@sbcglobal.net  or 772-6125.

Boys’ Soccer  has a new Head Coach, CJ. Meert.  Optional training sessions continue on July 31, and Aug. 1, 2, 6, 7, 8 from 5:30 to 7:00.Try-outs will be August 13 and 14 from 5pm-7pm, an all students that wish to play the 2012 season are encouraged to attend.  If you have any questions you can contact Coach Meert at christopher.J.Meert@wellsfargo.com or assistant coach Besso at 775-772-7596 or zacharybesso@yahoo.com.

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 matt@pendolatraining.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. 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 amber.gwinn@bishopmanogue.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 date is August 9.  For information or questions email jackie.allen@bishopmanogue.org.

TICK-TOCK

There’s not much time to finish that summer reading!  Access summer reading lists here.

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

Homecoming Dance

Sept. 29

Green and Gold Fundraiser

October 17

Open House, 4 pm to 7 pm

 

 

 

This entry was posted on Monday, July 30th, 2012 at 8:00 am and is filed under Weekly Wire.

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