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Wednesday, October 9 – A Day

Thursday’s spirit day is “LETTUCE PRAY” for our celebration of homecoming liturgy. Look sharp and be sharp in your pants, white shirts, ties and belts, and approved jackets.

Friday’s spirit day is “MIXED GREENS”. Let’s get ready for the big game against Bishop Ward and mix up the school spirit as we show that its a great day to be a Wildcat. Get out all your navy, gold, and white and cheer our Wildcats onto victory!!! 

This year’s homecoming parade will be at the football stadium on Friday, October 11 at 1:00 pm. The assembly will be immediately following the parade in the gym. We hope you can join us!

 

Homecoming dance tickets will be on sale at all lunches this week. Tickets are $5 and must be purchased in advance. Forms for outside dates must be turned into Mr. Tush today.

 

Donations for the Helping Hands Humane Society are due today.

 

The Sacrament of Confession will be held in the Chapel during this advisory time today. If you are hesitant or have any questions about Confession, Miss Kennedy will be there to walk you through the steps.

 

Tickets for the Hayden Theater fall production of “The Taming of the Shrew” will be on sale at all lunches this week. Performances are October 18, 19 & 20. General admission tickets are $7.50.

 

Junior & Sophomores, sign up for the PSAT test through Mrs. Blanchette. The test will be Wednesday, October 16, at 8:00 in the bingo room.

 

Our third king candidate is Sam Gatschet. Sam is the son of Tom and Katherine Gatschet and is a member of Most Pure Heart of Mary parish. Sam’s accomplishments include:

  •       Student council-4 years
  •       House captain-1 year
  •       Student ambassador-3 years
  •       Band-2 years
  •       Drumline-2 years
  •       Football-1 year
  •       Swimming-4 years
  •       Tennis-4 years

Our third queen candidate is Jess Engholm. Jess is the daughter of Mark and Tamatha Engholm and is a member of St. Matthew parish. Jess’s accomplishments include:

  •       Dance team-4 years
  •       Dance team co-captain-1 year
  •       Dance team captain-1 year
  •       National Dance Association All-American Nominee-4 years
  •       Kansas Spectacular Winners Circle Solo Award-2 years
  •       Swimming-4 years
  •       Swimming state qualifier-1 year
  •       Superior honor roll-4 years
  •       NHS-3 years
  •       NHS officer-1 year
  •       Student ambassador-3 years
  •       Student council class president-2 years
  •       SADD/Pro-life club-2 years
  •       International club-1 year
  •       Spirit club-1 year
  •       Ping pong club-1 year

Our fourth king candidate is Rhett Jay. Rhett is the son of Dreu Jay and Tina Klassen and is a member of Sacred Heart/St. Joseph parish. Rhett’s accomplishments include:

  •       Track-1 year
  •       Football-1 year
  •       Swimming-3 years
  •       Cross country-2 years
  •       Tennis-3 years
  •       Chess club-2 years

Our fourth queen candidate is Hannah Hiszczynskyj. Hannah is the daughter of Greg and Loni Hiszczynskyj and Damian and Nicole Huston and is a member of Christ the King parish and El Shaddai ministries. Hannah’s accomplishments include:

  •       Drama club-4 years
  •       Forensics-3 years
  •       Cheer manager-2 years
  •       House captain-1 year
  •       Matthew community leader-1 year
  •       Scholar’s bowl-1 year
  •       Art club-1 year
  •       Tech crew captain-1 year
  •       Two star thespian