Thursday, December 18, 2014
WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY
For 1st, 4th, and 9th Grade Students:
7:30—10:00 am: Homeroom
10:00—10:30 am: Transport to T-Galleria
10:30—10:45 am: Performance at T-Galleria
10:45—11:30 am: Lunch at Hard Rock Cafe
11:30—12:00: Transport back to campus
12:00 noon: Dismissal
For the rest of the student body:
7:30—9:39 am: Homeroom
9:42—9:57 am: Break
10:00—10:30 am: Homeroom
Lunch for 1st—6th grades
Homeroom for 7th—12th grades
Homeroom for 1st—6th grades
Lunch for 7th—12th grades
12:00 noon: Dismissal
Breakfast: fried rice, sausage, fruit
Lunch: cheeseburger, cucumber sticks, fruit
After-Lunch Cleaning Assignments
7th: Downstairs High School Hallway & Bathroom
12th: Shrine/Parking Lot
11th: Downstairs Middle School Hallway & Bathroom
10th: Middle School Field & Canteen
9th: Stairways & Upstairs High/Middle School Hallways
8th: Cafeteria, Courtyard ( including Concrete Picnic Tables), & Swings
Morning Traffic Supervision:
HeJin Lee and Michael Stromberg
Michael Stromberg and John Hernandez
Afternoon Traffic Supervision (Elementary Entrance): Carmen Agulto & John Hernandez
Afternoon Traffic Supervision (South Gate Service Entrance): Tomoko Shimizu
Dress Down TODAY
As announced yesterday, students may wear dress down TODAY and TOMORROW, so long as they follow the school’s dress down policy as outlined in the school handbook.
Spread the Christmas Spirit!
TODAY: Elf Day
12/19: Christmas Party
CSW Meeting TODAY
Please note that there will be a Catholic Schools Week (CSW) meeting for all faculty and staff TODAY at 12:30 pm at the Faculty Lounge. Please be on time. Thank you.
Jeff Carlucci, a professional beach volleyball coach, is coming to volleyball practice player TODAY after school around 12:30 to do a volleyball clinic for the girls team.
Please take note of the following holiday charity efforts being led by Student Council:
1st—6th Grades: Toy Drive
The range for these toys should be for children from ages 0 to 18, according to ministry leader Wade Gillespie.
7th—12th Grades: Class Donations
7: Clothing to Karidat
8: Canned goods
9: Time service to school
10: Stuffed toys
11: Clothing to Empty Vessel
12: Canned goods
Travel Reminder for Students with F1 Visas:
Students who travel back to their home country are responsible for carrying documents that are necessary for re-entry into the CNMI. To avoid any issues with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at ports of entry, it is important for students to hand-carry the following documents:
A valid passport
A signed Form I-20 "Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Status"
Financial support documents, which are typically the same as those provided during the original visa interview
An acceptance letter or recent tuition payment receipt
A designated school official's name and contract information (Ms. Kathleen Keiko Yamagata, Mount Carmel School, Office Tel. No. 235-1201 and 234-6217)
To ensure a safe and easy return, students should keep all necessary documents with them at all times.
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
TOMORROW, Friday, December 19
7:00 p. m. to 8:30 p. m.
December 20—January 4
Catholic Schools Week
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“Oh come let us adore Him, Christ the Lord.”