Tomorrow’s Winter Sports theme is Heaven is for Real –This is our winter sports liturgy. Look sharp in your mass attire; pants, white shirt, ties, belts and a quarter zips. Look sharp Wildcats!

 

Friday Spirit Day – Space Jam – Break out your favorite Hayden Spirit Wear as we get ready for the big game against Washburn Rural! GO WILDCATS!

 

Tickets for the winter sports dance will be on sale at lunches all this week and costs $6. If you choose to purchase your tickets, not during lunch from Ms. Herman, you will be charged double (that’s $12 folks). The dance will be from 7:30 pm until 10:30 pm. You must arrive by 8 pm and are not permitted to leave until 10 pm! Outside date forms must be turned in to Mr. Lamb by Wednesday, February 5.

 

Any current Juniors interested in being a School or Community Captain for next school year must attend a meeting this Thursday during House time in Mrs. Schmidt’s room, 315.

 

All lunch balances need to be taken care of ASAP! Please call Debbie Bosch at 272-5210, ext. 115 or email boschd@haydencatholic.net if you have questions.

 

You should have received a form today to vote for your favorite community theme for Wildcat Wars. Voting closes today at 1:30pm.

 

How about some Authentic Mexican Food? Join us Friday 2/7/2020 in the Hayden Cafeteria between 5:00-7:00 pm for meal deals along with an a la carte menu of tacos, burritos, tostadas, rice and beans. All proceeds go to the Spain 2020 Study Abroad Trip Fundraiser. Thanks for your support!

 

Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Bowling Team for placing 2nd in the meet. For varsity, Aaron Thomas placed 2nd, Braden Allphin placed 7th and Ethan Schmitz placed 8th. For JV, Emilio Gutierrez placed 4th and Logan placed 5th. For Girls Varsity, Kayla Simons placed 6th. Way to go Wildcats!!

 

There will be Confessions today in the Chapel during Advisory Time.

 

Now onto our winter sports candidates…

 

Our fourth king candidate is John Roeder.  John is the son of Brent and Sheila Roeder and is a member of Christ the King parish.  John’s accomplishments include:

Basketball-4 years

Tennis-1 year

House leader-1 year

Kansas honor scholar

NHS-3 years

Superior honor roll-4 years

 

Our fourth queen candidate is Claire Franklin.  Claire is the daughter of Mike and Katy Franklin and is a member of Most Pure Heart of Mary parish.  Claire’s accomplishments include:

NHS-4 years

Superior honor roll-3 years

Student council representative-4 years

Ambassador-4 years

Dance team-4 years

All-American dance nominee-1 year

House leader-2 years

Track-2 weeks

SADD-3 years

Pro-Life club-4 years

Art club-2 years

Student publications-2 years

FBLA-2 years

 

Our fifth king candidate is Noah Schneider.  Noah is the son of Mark and Amy Schneider and is a member of Sacred Heart/St. Joseph parish.  Noah’s accomplishments include:

Honor roll-4 years

Basketball-4 years

Basketball state championship team-1 year

Baseball-4 years

 

Our fifth queen candidate is Sophia Purcell.  Sophia is the daughter of Dan Purcell and Kelly Busby and is a member of Christ the King parish.  Sophia’s accomplishments include:

Varsity basketball-4 years

Basketball second team all-city-1 year

Tennis-3 years

Soccer-2 years

Golf-1 year

Superior honor roll-4 years

NHS-3 years

House leader-2 years