May 21, 2015
BISHOP MANOGUE STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS
THURSDAY, May 21, 2015
Senior Farewell & First period final will be TOMORROW, May 22nd.
Students report to CLT at 8:00 am TOMORROW.
THIS EVENING on the Alumni Plaza from 7 pm – 9 pm. Seniors come and celebrate the culmination of your high school years! Dinner will be provided by the Parent’s Association.
No School on Monday, May 25th – Memorial Day Holiday.
NEXT WEEK IS FINALS WEEK!
Students may pay $1 for Free Dress.
NO SNACKS OR LUNCH SERVED DURING FINALS WEEK
Finals Week Schedule:
Tuesday, May 26th: 2nd period -9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
3rd period -10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Wednesday, May 27th:4th period – 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
5th period -10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Thursday, May 29th : 6th period – 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
7th period -10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
SENIORS: 12:15 p.m. MANDATORY Baccalaureate Practice at St. Rose of Lima
5:30 p.m. – Baccalaureate Mass – St. Rose of Lima
SENIORS: arrive by 5 pm in pressed gowns – NO mortar boards
Approx. 7:00 p.m. – Baccalaureate Dinner at the Peppermill
Pick up your graduation cap & gown in the counseling office during lunch or after school this week. They will not be distributed during class time.
National Honor Society Clothing Drive
The NHS clothing drive to benefit the Cerebral Palsy Association is being held at Manogue thru Friday, May 29th. All students are encouraged to donate their gently used old clothing to benefit this good cause. NHS members who need tutoring hours can drop by their clothing donations to Dr. Filler’s room, B215, to receive credit: one tutoring hour per grocery bag of clothing. There are donation barrels across from the Chapel so students can bring their donations at their convenience.
Summer Reading Information
All Manogue students, except incoming English 9 Regular students, have a summer reading requirement for the 2015-2016 school year. This year, in addition to reading the assigned novel(s), students are also required to complete a summer reading assignment. Every 9th, 10th, and 11th grade student received a hardcopy of this assignment in their English class. Assignments are also posted on the Manogue Website. Students need to turn in their completed summer reading assignment on the first day of English class next year. Please go to our website for links to reading lists and assignments.
2015 Senior Formal Portraits Are Now Ready for Ordering
For a limited time only, senior formal portraits for the class of 2015 are available for purchase. Individual portraits, packages and digital files are available on our website at http://spicerphotography.zenfolio.com/p241077095.
The password for the site is: Manogue
If your senior hasn’t done their fun casual portraits, you still have time.
Visit www.jeffspicer.com or call (775) 746-5151. Don’t forget to ask about our free family session when you book your senior casuals!
From the Counseling Office:
SENIORS – FINAL TRANSCRIPTS
Seniors, before graduation, you must stop by the counseling office and submit a Final Transcript request to Ms. Michels for the college you are planning to attend in the fall. This is your responsibility. Transcripts will not be sent unless you submit a Final Transcript request form.
Attention Junior boys and girls:
If you are interested in applying to Nevada Boys State or Nevada Girls State, see Miss McClintock for details. The program, runs from June 21st-27th, so if you are unavailable to attend this program in its entirety, please do not apply.
From Campus Ministry:
Christian Service Opportunities:
Great service opportunity for next year’s Freshmen, Sophomores and Seniors.
The directors down at Regent Care Center, a long term care facility, want to formalize their volunteering process. Starting on June 1, 2015, any volunteers must attend a 3rd Tuesday of the month orientation from 3:30 pm to 4:15pm. Once you have done the orientation, you may begin your volunteer hours. The facility hopes to better foster relationships with volunteers and the residents. The contact to sign up for orientation is the Staff Development Coordinator, Shannon Roberts RN SRoberts@regentcare.biz or 775-828-5600 Ext 2603 and then the contact person to sign up for volunteer hours is our Activity Director, Pam Castner PCastner@regentcare.biz or 775 828-5600 Ext 2609. Please don’t hesitate to contact my office at any time if you have any questions or concerns.
Church Fundraiser during summer needs help
Tea Party for the Women of Rose and families of the Parish is on Sunday June 28 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Opportunity for the BMCHS ladies to earn service hours serving and cleaning up. Female students interested may contact Roxana Borne for shifts at 714 865 9259 call or text.
Available for All Grades
Sierra Sports Academy needs volunteers who will offer an hour a week for multiple weeks as youth leaders for their physical activity program at six different elementary locations. Help this nonprofit help underprivileged kids create healthy habits and positive relationships. For more information please call 775-287-9332 or email Mr. Assiff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May participate in the first annual Better Together Walk-Run for Sparks Middle School will be held June 6. For more information or to run or create a team please visit www.athleteinyou.com or call Theresa Shirley at 353-5770.
Freshmen and Senior Service
Spend time in the outdoors doing some gathering
Reno Gleaning Project needs volunteers to pick ripe fruit from local homeowner’s trees, and the fruit is then donated to St. Vincent’s or other local charities. The contact person is Pamela Mayne 775.813.6284. Help make the fruits of your labor into someone’s meal.
Juniors and Seniors:
Little Flower School would LOVE to have Manogue student help with the tutoring program. The tutoring will be offered every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Students can email Kathie Russell at Krussell@littleflowerschoolnv.org for more information.
360 Blueprint – Service opportunity for our students
A collaboration effort of the Reno Police Department, Washoe County School District, and Local Community Churches, 360 Blueprint is a mentoring program with two theme components, reading and relationships. The age group our program works with are children from first to sixth grade. Our program uses different techniques to teach the children how to read using kindles, and fun reading games. We ask for one hour a week as a requirement but would like it if two hours could be completed. If you want to make a difference in a local student’s life then contact 360blueprint.org and in the top right hand corner is a volunteer application button. Students or parents with questions may send Ashley Barrett an email at email@example.com or call for more information at 775-324-2583.
SCHOOL LUNCH by Roundabout Catering:
There is a full lunch meal available every day for $6.00.
Chicken Chow Mein with fortune cookie
Soup & Salad Bar and assorted “grab ‘n go” items
Spaghetti with giant meatball, salad and garlic bread
Soup & Salad Bar and assorted “grab ‘n go” items
Girls Basketball Meeting
There will be a parent & player meeting for all returning & interested girls basketball players. The meeting will be in the Student Community Center on Tuesday, May 26 at 4:30 pm
Riley A. – Senior