Weekly Highlights

December 11-15, 2017    

Monday, December 11:

  • 7th & 8th grade band practice, 9:00 AM @ Heelan.   7th & 8th grade band students must bring a sack lunch and a drink.

Tuesday, December 12:

  • 6th grade band practice, 9:30 AM @ Heelan.  6th grade band students must bring a sack lunch and a drink.
  • 4th grade Ag in the Classroom, 12:30 PM
  • BHCS 6-8th grade Christmas band concert, 7:00 PM @ Bishop Heelan Fine Arts Building. 6th graders meet on stage with instruments at 6:30 PM.  7th & 8th graders meet in the band room at 6:40 PM.  Band students must wear dress clothes to the concert.  Students may not wear blue jeans, sweatpants, hooded sweatshirts, t-shirts, spaghetti straps, or short tops. Skirts must be knee length when sitting due to the raised stage.  Reminder – it is Bishop Heelan High School’s policy that no food, candy, gum, beverages, etc be brought into the Fine Arts auditorium.  Also, remember to turn off cell phones and gaming devices during concerts.

Wednesday, December 13:

  • SM Center Mass, 8:30 AM

Thursday, December 14:

  • BS Center Mass, 8:00 AM
  • PTO meeting, 11:30 AM @ BS Center office

Friday, December 15:

·      PK-8 grade sweats/jeans day.  Students may give a free will offering and wear sweats or jeans and an appropriate shirt.  Students may not wear jeans with holes, jean shorts, hooded sweatshirts, tank tops, spandex, yoga pants, leggings, or flip flops.  Money collected will be given to Project Rehema Ministries, an organization that helps orphaned children in Tanzania, East Africa.

*7th & 8th grade students will be helping at the Knights of Columbus breakfast this Sunday at the BS Center to raise money for their Washington DC trip.

 

*The Campbell’s Soup label program will be ending soon.  Please send all labels to school by December 21st.

 

*Our advent service project for Holy Cross School will be collecting stuffed animals for the Mercy Child Advocacy Center.  If you would like to donate, please bring new stuffed animals (unused with the tags on it) from December 1-15.  Students may bring donated stuffed animals to their homeroom. 

*From Kari Morgan of Kari’s Driving Miles:  "I am interested in putting together a December/January class for driver's ed.  I would like to do a couple of classes over Christmas break and do as much driving as possible. Teens need 30 hours for the classroom portion with only being able to do 3 hours max a day.  Driving consists of partners or triples driving in a group for 2-3 hours a day (depending on how many in a group).  Teens are only allowed to drive for one hour a day and need to observe for an hour.  Total driving consists of 6 hours.  I am wondering how many teens and parents would be interested.  We would finish the classes up in January.  I would like feedback from parents.  The cost is $325 and the location is to be determined.  Please direct questions to morgansdrivingmiles@gmail.com."