Thursday, March 26, 2015
WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY
Breakfast: fried rice, grilled ham, fruit
Lunch: chicken burger, carrot sticks, fruit
After-Lunch Cleaning Assignments
8th: Downstairs High School Hallway & Bathroom
7th: Shrine/Parking Lot
12th: Downstairs Middle School Hallway & Bathroom
11th: Middle School Field & Canteen
10th: Stairways & Upstairs High/Middle School Hallways
9th: Cafeteria, Courtyard ( including Concrete Picnic Tables), & Swings
Morning Traffic Supervision:
He Jin Lee and Michael Stromberg
Michael Stromberg and John Del Rosario
Afternoon Traffic Supervision (Elementary Entrance): Carmen Agulto and John Del Rosario
Afternoon Traffic Supervision (South Gate Service Entrance): Tomoko Shimizu
Red Cross Thanks MCS!
The NMI Chapter of the American Red Cross and Mount Carmel School would like to thank all students, families, faculty and staff for supporting the 29th Annual Walkathon. Total pledges collected from our school was $3,956.63. Go Knights!
KICK BUTTS: THANK YOU!
The KICK BUTTS Parade was a success. Eighty-nine students reported to join us fight tobacco, drugs, and alcohol. Along with students, we also had teachers join us supervise the event. A big thank you and appreciation to the following teachers: Ms. Agulto, Ms. Muna, Ms. Kiawol, Ms. Snodgrass, Ms. Han. Ms. Lee, Ms. Candi Bahillo, Ms. Baldazo, Mr. Hernandez, Ms. Sablan, Mr. San Nicolas, and Ms. Taimanao.
Rota School Supply Drive: THANK YOU!
The Mount Carmel School Juniors would like to thank all the classes, grades 1-12, for contributing to the school supply drive for Rota students. The Empty Vessel Charity expresses their gratitude as well and will be flying the supplies to Rota very soon. Below is the breakdown of the amount of materials that were collected:
Composition notebooks: 50
Filler-paper: 2,400 pages
2015 Congressional Art Competition
The Office of Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan invites all high school students to compete in this year’s Congressional Art Competition. The winning entry will be exhibited for a year in the U. S. Capital. The deadline for submissions is Friday, April 10. For more information, ask one of your teachers for a copy of the competition guidelines, which were emailed to everyone on the Knight’s Herald email distribution list.
Coral Reef Summer Internship Opportunity
The CNMI Division of Coastal Resources Management is looking for 10-12 CNMI-based college students or college-bound high school graduates with an interest in learning more about coral reef resource management. Summer interns will work 20 hours per week from June through August and will be paid $8.00/hour. Deadline for applications is April 4th. For more information, email Avra Heller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those who desire to be baptized as Catholics, please inform your homeroom teacher. Our campus ministry coordinator is working Fr. James to make this possible before May 3, so that those who also want to receive the Sacrament of Communion or Sacrament of Confirmation will be able to do so on the scheduled date of Sunday, May. 3.
1) See with Christ’s eyes
2) Hurt no one
3) Use equipment properly
4) No sports equipment
5) No food, drinks, or gum
Children under 12 must be supervised.
Be responsible for your belongings.
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE FUTURE
March 30—April 1
April 2 (no classes)
April 3 (no classes)
PTO Garage Sale
April 18 • 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”
Francis of Assisi