Weekly Wire, March 31, 2014
Bishop Manogue Catholic High School
Educating Through Faith, Leadership, Knowledge, and Compassion
Senior Lunch April 1, 11 am
On April 1, at 6 pm in the Student Community Center there will be a meeting for all parents who would like to earn service hours by helping with this year’s Safe and Sober Graduation celebration. We need lots of help—for the night of the event and everything leading up to it! If you have any questions or can’t make it to the meeting and would like to help email Mary Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 775-843-4477.
Late Start (9:05) April 2
The first-ever Mr. Manogue Pageant is coming up April 2, at 6:30 pm in the small gym. Don’t miss this good-natured, but manly competition, where ten of our favorite young men will compete for some of our favorite local charities. Click here to see our potential Mr. M’s prepping for the pageant! Click here for ticket prices and details.
Academic Orientation for incoming freshman, is April 3, 6 pm in the Student Community Center.
BEFORE School Mass, Thurs., April 3, 7:20 am (This will be our Mass for the week in place of Monday after school…trying something new!)
8th Grade Preview Day, April 4
Penance Service, April 4, 10:15 am
B.A.S.H. is April 5! Get your tickets to this fabulous 25th Anniversary celebration that support our kids! There will be amazing things to bid on, a special award honoring Mr. Jim Toner, terrific entertainment, fun prizes to win, and delicious food. What’s not to love? Tickets at http://www.bishopmanogue.org/BASH2014
Academy Information Day, Sat, April 5, 9 am at UNR’s Joe Crowley Student Union.
Registration for the 2014-15 school year for incoming and returning families will be April 8, 9 and 10. For the first time, the entire registration process will be done online. You will be receiving complete instructions for online registration soon, so please watch your inbox for that important information. We look forward to implementing this improvement, and making the registration process more convenient for all of our families.
Late Start (9:05) April 9
Junior-Senior Prom is April 12, 7 pm to 10:30 pm in main gym. Tickets are $60 per person and are available for sale at lunch in the Student Center or in the Leadership room – B 217.
Parent Association Meeting, April 14, 6 pm. All are welcome.
Attention AP Students: All AP students (excluding studio/portfolio art), must attend the AP Pre-Administration meeting held Wed., April 16 at 7:30am. At this meeting, we will complete all demographic sections of the AP answer sheets and go over expectations. Your attendance is mandatory. If for some reason you are unable to attend the pre-administration meeting on this date, you must contact Dr. McBride in the main office (775) 336-6002. All AP Studio/Portfolio Art students must complete their registration online. Please see Mrs. Falk for instructions.
Late Start (9:05) April 16
Holy Thursday Mass, April 17, in the Main Gym, time TBA. All are welcome. White oxford shirts, please.
Good Friday, April 18, 11:45 am release. (Then Easter Break until April 28!)
On April 19, the UNR football team will hold a public practice right here at Bishop Manogue. All are welcome, bring the family!
Our 2014-15 Student Council Officers have been elected. Congratulations to them, and to all who ran:
- Co-Directors of Student Council-Emilee Shaheen and Julianna Lucas
- Director of Dances-Jax Sohl
- Director of Spirit-Hope McGowan
- Director of Events-Sarah Pennington
- Director of Business-Nick Turner
- Athletics and Clubs Coordinator-Grace Bayliss
- Media-Emma Winkelman
- Philanthropy Coordinator-Dawn Dabler
- Fundraising Coordinator-Megan Larson
- Dance Coordinator-Adam Deming
- Rally Coordinator-Mary Shoen
- Marketing Coordinator-Brooke Daly
- Members at Large-Alexis Carter, Alex Fisher, Claire Hall
Congratulations to our theater students who attended the State Thespian festival in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago! Mary Shoen, Aubrey Hulbert and Alex Baldwin all qualified for Nationals, and Grace Rawlins also attended and received high scores! See them here!
Congratulations to Remy Dillard, named to the All-North D-1 Basketball team! AND to Breezi Holt, named to the girls All-North D-1 Basketball team!
Parents PLEASE, be sure that your child’s lunch account is up to date as we approach the end of the school year. After April 30, students will not be issued credit for lunch or snack. Accounts can be checked and filled on My Backpack, but keep in mind that the balance shown there may not reflect recent purchases your child has made—be sure to check the “as of” date. Also bear in mind that seniors need to have all account balances cleared before that can get diplomas and final transcripts, so please keep an eye on things! If you have questions about your lunch account you can contact Lynn Marner at email@example.com or 775-336-6098
If you are attending a sporting event on the soccer pitch or bowl, please park in the main lot. We would like to avoid vehicles passing through the gates and driving up the ramp except in cases of emergency, or when accessibility is an issue.
Current freshman who would like to take World History Honors next year are asked to report to room A112 at 2:45 pm on Tues., April 1 for the challenge essay. If you are currently in English 9 Honors, you are exempt from taking this test. All other students must take this challenge essay in order to be placed in World History Honors. Please make arrangements with coaches, etc. to be there, as the essay is required. Plan on 45 minutes to one hour to complete the essay. If you have any questions you can email counselors at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Senior Parents! Tell Us All About It
Please let us know when your child receives any scholarship offers and or acceptances to ANY college or university—not just the one they have chosen, or will choose, to attend. This information will be compiled for the Academic Awards and Graduation programs. Please send a copy of award/acceptance letters to Dr. McBride by April 18, which will allow us to meet our printing deadlines.
ALSO, mark your calendars for our first-ever Senior Parent Dinner, May 3 at the Tamarack Junction. This is strictly for FUN, ‘cause you deserve some, too. Watch for more details soon.
Order your flowers for prom AND support Manogue leadership. Red Carpet events is offering online pre-order of prom corsages and boutonnieres, and will donate $5 from each order to Manogue Leadership. Just click on this link, then on “Add to Cart” beneath Manogue High School and you’ll be brought to a page where you can choose from a number of designs. Not what you had in mind? You can also call and order something custom—we’ll still get the donation! Flowers will be delivered to Manogue, and available on the day of prom (April 12) at about 10 am. Brilliant!
Aly’s Prom Closet open through April 26. This program was created in memory of one of our Bishop Manogue graduates, Aly Christiansen, and helps to students with a demonstrated need get a dress/shoes/tux/etc. for Prom. If your child is interested in taking advantage of this program, they can see Miss McClintock in counseling. And if you have gowns or jewelry you can donate, you can bring them to Mrs. Paine in the front office.
Bishop Manogue will be offering selected courses during the summer this year. Registration is open now through April 28. Click here for the registration packet.
From Campus Ministry
Some student service opportunities:
- Just Between Friends Consignment Sale, May 2, 3, 4 (freshmen, seniors)
- Reno Continental Little League Kick-off Day, April 12 (juniors)
- Boys and Girls Club Mentors (seniors) ongoing
- Little Flower Food Pantry, Ongoing (seniors, freshmen)
- Tutoring at Little Flower (junior) ongoing
- Nevada Youth Empowerment Project, (seniors) ongoing
- Catholic Heart Workcamp (all) June 8 – 14.
For more, visit www.bishopmanogue.org/campus-ministry/christian-service
Help These Students
We are looking for a host family for one of our current international students for the remainder of the school year, and for next year. He is from China, likes classical and pop music, singing along, watching TV, and playing games. An ideal host family for him would be an outgoing family with lots of energy, high expectations, and close supervision. If you’re interested in being an important part of a nice young man’s life email firstname.lastname@example.org. International student host families DO receive compensation.
We are also seeking a Host Family for a 10th-grade Foreign Exchange student. This young lady from Germany would like to become part of the Manogue family for the 2014-15 school year, but she won’t be able to have that wonderful experience if we don’t find a host family for her. If you are interested in providing a home-away-from-home for a young person who wants to see new places, learn new things, and meet new people, please contact Nicole Browne at email@example.com as soon as possible. By U.S. law, we cannot provide compensation for hosting an Exchange Student, but there is still much to be gained by sharing with and learning from these bright and adventurous kids. Please consider it!
New Scholarships Available!
Check these out:
- For incoming students and returning students: BMCHS Football Manager Scholarship, deadline April 15
- For returning students: Knights of Columbus Merit Scholarship, deadline, April 15
- For graduating seniors: Knights of Columbus Merit Scholarship, deadline, April 15; the Art and Lisseth Henderson 2014 Manogue Senior Scholarship
If colleges are requesting midyear transcripts and those colleges ARE on your common application, please email Miss McClintock to follow up on midyears. If the school is NOT on common app, please fill out a transcript request form and submit to Ms. Michels, the registrar
Senior Formal portraits are available for purchase online at www.jeffspicer.com. Go to the senior section, click the drop down tab and click on senior portraits. From here, click on the image that says Senior Formals. On the next screen, enter the password senior2014.
Outdoor Youth Camp Opportunity
The Mason Ortiz Youth Outdoor Skills Camp is a 2-1/2 day event designed to give a full outdoor skills training and overnight camping experience to youth ages 11 to 15 who may not otherwise experience the outdoors. Campers will be mentored and supervised during organized instructional activities by fully vetted Adult Counselors as well as Youth Mentors who have attended previous camps. For information and applications click here. Deadline to apply is April 19.
New Student Admission Information:
Is your sibling or friend considering Bishop Manogue? Complete the Online Admission Application or visit Bishop Manogue Admissions for more information. Our next 8th grade preview day is March 28. Register here!
Something To Look Forward To
2014-15 School Year Calendar is now available. Click here or find it on our homepage.