Daily Announcements

Friday, February 24, 2017

Day 8

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Being is the soul of every concept, of every judgement and of every reasoning.

 

XXX Attention AP Students:  REMINDER ~ today is the last day to register for the AP Exams.  After today there will be a penalty fee along with the registration fee. You were emailed a link to sign up online for your AP exams.  This link is also found on the portal.   Do not wait to sign up and miss out on taking your tests in May.  See Mrs. Luker or Mrs. Fiori if you have any questions.

 

New Math SAT introductory course begins on Monday, March 13th and ends on Monday, May 1st just prior to the SAT testing date of Saturday, May 5th.  This 7 week course meets from 2:05 until 2:45 in Room 117. Cost of course is $40 and each student is responsible for purchasing the text on their own.  To enroll in the course, fill out the form, available in the main office and guidance office, and return it to Mrs. Raffles by Friday, March 3rd.  See Mrs. Raffles if you have any questions.

 

Éclat, East’s literary magazine is now accepting submissions for this year’s edition.  Please bring your original poetry, short stories, essays, artwork and photography to Room 227 any time.  Any student who is interested in working on the editorial board should see Mrs. Regan in Room 227.

 

Campus Ministry:

There are service opportunities at the MACC Food Pantry on Main St. Manchester from 3-6 on Thursday.  Sign up sheet is in campus ministry.  Some students have signed up and then crossed their names off.  If you can't keep your commitment, find a student to replace you.  It is hard to have agencies rely on us, and then not follow through.

 

There are four slots open for Foodshare on Sat. March 4th.  You need to sign up on the East Catholic Foodshare page.  See Sr. Barbara-Jean or another signed in student for directions

 

There is a one-time service opportunity for Friday afternoon at St. Joseph Residence in Enfield, leaving East at dismissal and returning around 4:00.  Bus transportation is provided.  Please speak to Sr. Barbara-Jean.

 

If a student is interested in helping with a jewelry making activity on Monday afternoon, Feb 27 at Brookdale Senior Living in South Windsor.  Please speak to Sr. Barbara-Jean if you are interested in that activity.

 

Eagle Nation Tee’s: we have a new batch of 50 white out Eagle Nation tee-shirts.  We sold 150 last year and we are going with the same design.  So if you do not have one, and want one, stop by coach Mooney’s office.  They sell for $5.

The girls ice hockey team plays in the SCC Division I Championship Game Friday, February 24th, at 8:15 p.m. at Bennett Rink in West Haven.  The team takes on Hamden in a repeat of last year’s SCC Championship Game won by East Catholic.  Come out and support the girls’ ice hockey team as they defend their conference title against No. 1 ranked Hamden.

AND, Friday night Jacob Marselli and Diego Claudio are wrestling in the State Open Championships in New Haven (Hillhouse Athletic Complex).

 

We would like to congratulate the varsity cheerleading squad on placing 3rd at their CCC Conference Competition!  This is the 2nd year in a row the team has placed in conference play.  A special congratulations to sophomore Kyra Rice for being recognized as the first East Catholic All conference cheerleader.  

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Day 7

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today..

 

Attention AP Students:  REMINDER ~ Registration for the AP Exams is now through Friday, February 24th.  You were emailed a link to sign up online for your AP exams.  This link is also found on the portal.   Do not wait to sign up and miss out on taking your tests in May.  See Mrs. Luker or Mrs. Fiori if you have any questions.

 

New Math SAT introductory course begins on Monday, March 13th and ends on Monday, May 1st just prior to the SAT testing date of Saturday, May 5th.  This 7 week course meets from 2:05 until 2:45 in Room 117. Cost of course is $40 and each student is responsible for purchasing the text on their own.  To enroll in the course, fill out the form, available in the main office and guidance office, and return it to Mrs. Raffles by Friday, March 3rd.  See Mrs. Raffles if you have any questions.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Éclat, East’s literary magazine is now accepting submissions for this year’s edition.  Please bring your original poetry, short stories, essays, artwork and photography to Room 227 any time.  Any student who is interested in working on the editorial board should see Mrs. Regan in Room 227.

 

ECCE:  the last round of ECCE (pronounced eh-chay) auditions is today from 2:00-3:00 in the choir room.

 

Campus Ministry:

Stretch Service Opportunities - please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see the new service opportunities for February and March.

 

Book Club: we will meet in Room 203 right after school today for Yearbook pictures and to choose our next book.  See Mrs. Gilbert with any questions.

 

Math Team: we will meet today, after school, in Room 106.  If you cannot attend please stop by to see Mrs. Noryk or Mrs. Bushnell.

 

Eagle Nation Tee’s: we have a new batch of 50 white out Eagle Nation tee-shirts purchased in preparation for this week’s conference games and State tournaments.  We sold 150 last year and we are going with the same design.  So if you do not have one, and want one, stop by coach Mooney’s office.  They sell for $5.

The girls ice hockey team plays in the SCC Division I Championship Game Friday, February 24th, at 8:15 p.m. at Bennett Rink in West Haven.  The team takes on Hamden in a repeat of last year’s SCC Championship Game won by East Catholic.  Come out and support the girls’ ice hockey team as they defend their conference title against No. 1 ranked Hamden.

 

AND, Friday night Jacob Marselli and Diego Claudio are wrestling in the State Open Championships in New Haven (Hillhouse Athletic Complex).

 

We would like to congratulate the varsity cheerleading squad on placing 3rd at their CCC Conference Competition!  This is the 2nd year in a row the team has placed in conference play.  A special congratulations to sophomore Kyra Rice for being recognized as the first East Catholic All conference cheerleader.  

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  due to a change in Fr. Dolan and Fr. Carlos' schedules, Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05pm  in the Notre Dame Chapel for the remainder of the academic year.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Day 6

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Be still and listen.

 

Attention AP Students:  Registration for the AP Exams is now through Friday, February 24th.  You were emailed a link to sign up online for your AP exams.  This link is also found on the portal.   Do not wait to sign up and miss out on taking your tests in May.  See Mrs. Luker or Mrs. Fiori if you have any questions.

 

New Math SAT introductory course begins on Monday, March 13th and ends on Monday, May 1st just prior to the SAT testing date of Saturday, May 5th.  This 7 week course meets from 2:05 until 2:45 in Room 117. Cost of course is $40 and each student is responsible for purchasing the text on their own.  To enroll in the course, fill out the form, available in the main office and guidance office, and return it to Mrs. Raffles by Friday, March 3rd.  See Mrs. Raffles if you have any questions.

 

All Student Ambassadors:  we will have a brief meeting after school today, February 22nd at 2:05 in the cafeteria.  If you have any questions see Mr. Ostick in Room 109.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Éclat, East’s literary magazine is now accepting submissions for this year’s edition.  Please bring your original poetry, short stories, essays, artwork and photography to Room 227 any time.  Any student who is interested in working on the editorial board should see Mrs. Regan in Room 227.

 

Campus Ministry:

Stretch Service Opportunities - please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see the new service opportunities for February and March.

 

Book Club: we will meet in Room 203 right after school on Thursday for Yearbook Apictures and to choose our next book.  See Mrs. Gilbert with any questions.

 

Classics Club:  we will meet today after school in Room 202.  All members should attend for our club picture for the Yearbook.  See you there!

 

Debate Team: we will meet today after school in Room 234.

 

Math Team: we will meet on Thursday after school in Room 106.  If you cannot attend please stop by to see Mrs. Noryk or Mrs. Bushnell.

 

Eagle Nation Tee’s: we have a new batch of 50 white out Eagle Nation tee-shirts purchased in preparation for this week’s conference games and State tournaments.  We sold 150 last year and we are going with the same design.  So if you do not have one, and want one, stop by coach Mooney’s office.  They sell for $5.

 

The girls ice hockey team defeated Simsbury high school last night 1 to 0 in the SCC Division I semi finals.  Allison Diprato scored the game winning goal for East Catholic, with an assist by Maddie Gervais.  Morgan Peters had her 7th shutout of the season in goal.  The team will play Hamden high school in the SCC Championship game on Friday night at 8:15 pm at Bennett Rink in West Haven.

 

Congratulations to the Boys Swim/Dive Team in their Meet with Newington High School yesterday. Winning first in their events: Ben Ockert, Malachi Dellaripa, Jacob Melia, and Nick Hess. Contributing to outstanding individual times: Ben Ockert, Michael Bierbaum, Xavior Voss, Nathan Melia, Cody Terra, Abhi Goyal, Jacob Melia, Alec Van Slooten.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  due to a change in Fr. Dolan and Fr. Carlos' schedules, Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05pm  in the Notre Dame Chapel for the remainder of the academic year.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

 

Daily Announcements

Friday, February 17, 2017

Day 5

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Make a difference.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:40 dismissal today, February 17th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day. Students who do leave early must sign out in the Main Office.

 

Kairos permission slips are due today!  If a permission slip is not received in the Campus Ministry office, by 2:00pm today, students will not be able to participate in the retreat.

 

Attention AP Students:  Registration for the AP Exams is now through February 24th.  You were emailed a link to sign up online for your AP exams.  This link is also found on the portal.   Do not wait to sign up and miss out on taking your tests in May.  See Mrs. Luker or Mrs. Fiori if you have any questions.

 

New Math SAT introductory course begins on Monday, March 13th and ends on Monday, May 1st just prior to the SAT testing date of Saturday, May 5th.  This 7 week course meets from 2:05 until 2:45 in Room 117. Cost of course is $40 and each student is responsible for purchasing the text on their own.  To enroll in the course, fill out the form, available in the main office and guidance office, and return it to Mrs. Raffles by Friday, March 3rd.  See Mrs. Raffles if you have any questions.

 

All Student Ambassadors:  we will have a brief meeting after school on Wednesday, February 22nd at 2:05 in the cafeteria.  If you have any questions see Mr. Ostick in Room 109.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Classics Club:  meeting today, February 17th in Room 202 right after school.  All members should attend.  See you there!

 

Lunar New Year celebration after school today in the first floor conference room.  All are welcome!

 

Ukulele Jam session:  we will have a meeting today, February 17th, from 2:15-2:45 in Room 120.  Hope to see you there.

 

Éclat, East’s literary magazine is now accepting submissions for this year’s edition.  Please bring your original poetry, short stories, essays, artwork and photography to Room 227 any time.  Any student who is interested in working on the editorial board should see Mrs. Regan in Room 227.

 

Campus Ministry:

Stretch Service Opportunities - please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see the new service opportunities for February and March.

 

We have a special request from St. James School, Manchester for a tutor for a kindergarten student.  If you are interested in working with a child at that level, please see Sr. Barbara-Jean for more information.

 

Brookdale Senior Living in South Windsor:  Help is needed in the Monday afternoon Jewelry Class from 3:30 -4:30.  Also they can use additional volunteers for other activities.  Please see Isabella Amata or Sr. Barbara-Jean for more information.  Thank you.

 

Eagle Nation Tee’s: we have a new batch of 50 white out Eagle Nation tee-shirts purchased in preparation for next week’s conference games and State tournaments.  We sold 150 last year and we are going with the same design.  So if you do not have one, and want one, stop by coach Mooney’s office.  They sell for $5.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  due to a change in Fr. Dolan and Fr. Carlos' schedules, Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05pm  in the Notre Dame Chapel for the remainder of the academic year.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Day 4

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:40 dismissal on Friday, February 17th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day. Students who do leave early must sign out in the Main Office.

 

Campus Ministry is doing winter cleaning.  Students that may be missing shoes, lunch boxes, sweaters, sweatshirts, notebooks or water bottles, etc.  Please check the Lost and Found in Campus Ministry before Friday, February 17th.  Any unclaimed items will be taken to Good Will on Saturday, February 18th.

 

Attention AP Students:  Registration for the AP Exams is now through February 24th.  You were emailed a link to sign up online for your AP exams.  This link is also found on the portal.   Do not wait to sign up and miss out on taking your tests in May.  See Mrs. Luker or Mrs. Fiori if you have any questions.

 

New Math SAT introductory course begins on Monday, March 13th and ends on Monday, May 1st just prior to the SAT testing date of Saturday, May 5th.  This 7 week course meets from 2:05 until 2:45 in Room 117. Cost of course is $40 and each student is responsible for purchasing the text on their own.  To enroll in the course, fill out the form, available in the main office and guidance office, and return it to Mrs. Raffles by Friday, March 3rd.  See Mrs. Raffles if you have any questions.

 

All Student Ambassadors:  we will have a brief meeting after school on Wednesday, February 22nd at 2:05 in the cafeteria.  If you have any questions see Mr. Ostick in Room 109.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Classics Club:  meeting on Friday, February 17th in Room 202 right after school.  All members should attend.  See you there!

 

Culture & Language Club: the club will meet today to plan the Lunar New Year Celebration to be held on Friday, February 17th.

 

4 What’s Next:  there will be a meeting today at 2:05  in Room 231 for any junior or senior who is interested in being a part of the 4 What's Next leadership team.  If you have any questions please reach out to Mr. Ostick or Mrs. Shattuck.

 

Ukulele Jam session:  we will have a meeting on Friday, February 17th, from 2:15-2:45 in Room 120.  Hope to see you there.

 

Éclat, East’s literary magazine is now accepting submissions for this year’s edition.  Please bring your original poetry, short stories, essays, artwork and photography to Room 227 any time.  Any student who is interested in working on the editorial board should see Mrs. Regan in Room 227.

 

Campus Ministry:

Stretch Service Opportunities - please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see the new service opportunities for February and March.

 

We have a special request from St. James School, Manchester for a tutor for a kindergarten student.  If you are interested in working with a child at that level, please see Sr. Barbara-Jean for more information. Thank you.

 

Eagle Nation Tee’s: we have a new batch of 50 white out Eagle Nation tee-shirts purchased in preparation for next week’s conference games and State tournaments.  We sold 150 last year and we are going with the same design.  So if you do not have one, and want one, stop by coach Mooney’s office.  They sell for $5.

 

Girls Tennis:  there will be a girl’s tennis meeting immediately after school today in Room 113.  The meeting is for new and returning tennis players.

 

Track:  congratulations to the boys' 4 x 800 Relay for winning the Class S State Championship. They also were named All-State and will compete in the State Open next week.

 

Those who have finished their indoor track season must return their uniforms today after school in the back gym.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  due to a change in Fr. Dolan and Fr. Carlos' schedules, Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05pm  in the Notre Dame Chapel for the remainder of the academic year.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Day 3

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

A warm smile is the universal language of kindness.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:40 dismissal on Friday, February 17th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day. Students who do leave early must sign out in the Main Office.

 

Campus Ministry is doing winter cleaning.  Students that may be missing shoes, lunch boxes, sweaters, sweatshirts, notebooks or water bottles, etc.  Please check the Lost and Found in Campus Ministry before Friday, February 17th.  Any unclaimed items will be taken to Good Will on Saturday, February 18th.

 

Attention AP Students:  Registration for the AP Exams is now through February 24th.  You were emailed a link to sign up online for your AP exams.  This link is also found on the portal.   Do not wait to sign up and miss out on taking your tests in May.  See Mrs. Luker or Mrs. Fiori if you have any questions.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Yearbook club photographs will be taken today after school in Stairwell C starting at 2:05.  Please be prompt.

 

Culture & Language Club: the club will meet today & Thursday this week to plan the Lunar New Year Celebration to be held on Friday, February 17th.

 

4 What’s Next:  there will be a meeting this Thursday, 2/16, at 2:05  in Room 231 for any junior or senior who is interested in being a part of the 4 What's Next leadership team.  If you have any questions please reach out to Mr. Ostick or Mrs. Shattuck.

 

Ukulele Jam session:  we will have a meeting on Friday, February 17th from 2:15-2:45 in Room 120.  Hope to see you there.

 

Éclat, East’s literary magazine is now accepting submissions for this year’s edition.  Please bring your original poetry, short stories, essays, artwork and photography to Room 227 any time.  Any student who is interested in working on the editorial board should see Mrs. Regan in Room 227.

 

Campus Ministry:

Stretch Service Opportunities - please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for February and March.

 

Kairos 21:  all Kairos 21 participants need to stop by Campus Ministry for a brief meeting during 5th period today, Wednesday, February 15th.

 

Eagle Nation Tee’s: we have a new batch of 50 white out Eagle Nation tee-shirts purchased in preparation for next week’s conference games and State tournaments.  We sold 150 last year and we are going with the same design.  So if you do not have one, and want one, stop by coach Mooney’s office.  They sell for $5.

 

Tonight the boys basketball team plays Harding HS at home.  Break out your Navy Blue tee-shirts for tonight’s game as we are going with a Sweatblue theme.

 

Attention All Girls Basketball Players:  there will be a brief meeting with Coach Mooney today, immediately after school, in the Team Room.  If you cannot make the meeting stop by the AD office to see coach Mooney on Thursday or Friday.

 

Boys Swim & Dive: congratulations to the Team for their meet against Glastonbury High School!  Contributing to outstanding individual times were: Ben Ockert in 200 and 500 Free, Nathan Melia in 200 Individual Medley and 100 Back, Jacob Melia in 50 and 100 Free, Malachi Dellaripa in 50 free, Drew Cavar in 500 Free, Michael Beirbaum in 100 Back, and Nick Hess in 100 Breast.

 

Girls Tennis:  there will be a girl’s tennis meeting immediately after school this Thursday in Room 113.  The meeting is for new and returning tennis players.

 

Track:  congratulations to the boys' 4 x 800 Relay for winning the Class S State Championship.  The team consisted of Cooper Shifrin, Heath Olivieri, Peter Crowley and Evan Kennedy.  They also were named All-State and will compete in the State Open next week.

 

Those who have finished their indoor track season, must return their uniforms on Thursday after school in the back gym.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Day 2

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Where there is love there is life.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:40 dismissal on Friday, February 17th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day. Students who do leave early must sign out in the Main Office.

 

Campus Ministry is doing winter cleaning.  Students that may be missing shoes, lunch boxes, sweaters, sweatshirts, notebooks or water bottles, etc.  Please check the Lost and Found in Campus Ministry before Friday, February 17th.  Any unclaimed items will be taken to Good Will on Saturday, February 18th.

 

Yearbook club photographs will be taken on Wednesday after school in Stairwell C starting at 2:05.  Please be prompt.

 

Astronomy Club Bake Sale:  “Mars is red, Neptune is blue – Buy a treat for your sweet to say “I love you.””  Come to the bake sale on Tuesday, 2:00 p.m. in main lobby.

 

Culture & Language Club: the club will meet on Wednesday & Thursday this week to plan the Lunar New Year Celebration to be held on Friday, February 17th.

 

Debate Team:  the team will meet today after school in Room 234.

 

Éclat, East’s literary magazine is now accepting submissions for this year’s edition.  Please bring your original poetry, short stories, essays, artwork and photography to Room 227 any time.  Any student who is interested in working on the editorial board should see Mrs. Regan in Room 227.

 

Campus Ministry:

There are some opportunities at the Foodshare Regional Market in Hartford for Monday, Feb. 20th, 8:30 to 11:30, Tuesday 8:30-11:30, 12:30 to 3:00.  These are our February vacation days.  You would sign up as an individual.  See Sr. Barbara-Jean in Campus Ministry for the webpage to sign up...

 

Kairos 21:  all Kairos 21 participants need to stop by Campus Ministry for a brief meeting during 5th period on Wednesday, February 15th.

 

The Snow Ball that was to be held on Saturday, February 11th, from 7:00-10:00 PM in the Cafeteria will be rescheduled.  Any questions see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this semester.

 

Yearbook: yearbook will meet today after school from 2:00-3:00  all are welcome.

 

Attention All Girls Basketball Players:  there will be a brief meeting with Coach Mooney Wednesday, immediately after school, in the Team Room.  If you cannot make the meeting stop by the AD office to see coach Mooney on Thursday or Friday.

 

The girls ice hockey team will play Matignon High School of Cambridge, Massachusetts today in Boston.  Next week, the team will play Simsbury in the first round of the SCC Division I Tournament.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, February 13, 2017

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Be yourself, everyone else is already taken.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have no school on Monday, February 13th and an 11:40 dismissal on Friday, February 17th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day. Students who do leave early must sign out in the Main Office.

 

Campus Ministry is doing winter cleaning.  Students that may be missing shoes, lunch boxes, sweaters, sweatshirts, notebooks or water bottles, etc.  please check the Lost and Found in Campus Ministry before Friday, February 17th.  Any unclaimed items will be taken to Good Will on Saturday, February 18th.

 

Yearbook club photographs will be taken on Tuesday after school in Stairwell C starting at 2:05.  Please be prompt.

 

Astronomy Club Bake Sale:  Mars is red, Neptune is blue – Buy a treat for your sweet to say “I love you.”  Come to the Astronomy Club Bake sale on Tuesday, 2:00 p.m. in main lobby.

 

Culture & Language Club: the club will meet on Wednesday & Thursday this week to plan the Lunar New Year Celebration to be held on Friday, February 17th.

 

Debate Team:  the team will meet on Tuesday after school in Room 234.

 

Éclat, East’s literary magazine is now accepting submissions for this year’s edition.  Please bring your original poetry, short stories, essays, artwork and photography to Room 227 any time.  Any student who is interested in working on the editorial board should see Mrs. Regan in Room 227.

 

The Snow Ball that was to be held on Saturday, February 11th, from 7:00-10:00 PM in the Cafeteria will be rescheduled.  Any questions see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this semester.

 

The girls ice hockey team tied Simsbury Saturday night, 2 – 2.  Maddie Gervais had a goal and an assist.  Morgan Peters had 30 saves in goal.  Sarah Manner lead the team on defense.  The girls ice hockey team will next play Matignon High School of Cambridge, Massachusetts on Tuesday in Boston.  Next week, the team will play Simsbury in the first round of the SCC Division I Tournament.

 

Attention Boys Lacrosse Players:  There will be a mandatory meeting immediately after school today in the team room.  If you cannot attend please contact Dante Pasqualoni.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Day 1 [Start with Day 2 period 1 then follow Day 1period 1 on down]

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Change your thoughts and you change your world.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have no school on Monday, February 13th and an 11:40 dismissal on Friday, February 17th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day. Students who do leave early must sign out in the Main Office.

 

Campus Ministry is doing winter cleaning.  Students that may be missing shoes, lunch boxes, sweaters, sweatshirts, notebooks or water bottles, etc.  please check the Lost and Found in Campus Ministry before Friday, February 17th.  Any unclaimed items will be taken to Good Will on Saturday, February 18th.

 

The Snow Ball will be held this Saturday, February 11th, from 7:00-10:00 PM in the Cafeteria.  Tickets are on sale for $5 in the lobby before and after school every day this week.  Outside guests are NOT allowed at the Snow Ball.  Dress code for the Snow Ball is “semi-formal,” meaning young men must wear ties, and young ladies should wear dresses.  In keeping with the winter theme, students are encouraged to wear “cool” colors—blues, purples, blacks, and grays.  Any questions can be brought to Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

The Freshman Executive Board will hold a bake sale today after school in the main lobby.

 

Classics Club:  the club will meet on Friday in Room 202 to discuss spirit wear and other important topics.  All members and officers should attend.  See you there.

 

Club Photos:  the new date for clubs to be photographed on staircase C will be Thursday starting at 2:05pm.

 

Attention anyone who wants to try to learn how to sing.  Concert Choir will begin on Tuesday at 7:00 a.m. in the choir room.  If you can speak, you can learn to sing, so come on down.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

The Culture and Language Club will be meeting on Thursday to plan for the upcoming Lunar New Year Celebration on Friday, February 10th.  New members are welcome.

 

The math team will be holding a practice today after school in Room 106.  Please make every effort to attend.  We will not be attending the meet this Wednesday at Southington High, but will be participating at a later date.

 

Attention Human Rights Club, we will meet today at 2:05 in Room 246.  See you there."

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this semester.

 

Ukulele Jam Session:  there will be a meeting on Friday after school from 2:15-2:45 in Room 120.

 

The girls ice hockey team defeated Hall/Conard high schools yesterday 2 to 1.  Julia Hallisey and Maddie Gervais had goals.  Morgan Peters made 26 saves in the game.  The team plays an important game against No. 1 ranked Hamden today at 4:10 pm at the Newington Arena.

 

Attention Boys Lacrosse Players:  There will be a mandatory meeting Thursday after school in the team room.  If school is cancelled Thursday the meeting will shift to Friday.

 

The boys swim team beat Manchester last night.  Ben Ockert, Abhi Goyal, Nate and Jacob Melia, Nick Hess and Drew Cavar all won events."

 

Wednesday the wrestlers are at home against Avon.  It is Senior Night so please come out and support the wrestlers.

 

The Girls’ Ice Hockey team plays Hall/Conard High Schools today at Newington Arena at 3:40 pm.  The girls are ranked No. 3 in the state.  Tomorrow, they host No. 1 Hamden High School at Newington.  Game time tomorrow is 4:10 pm.

 

Wednesday we are conducting our Captains Council meeting in the Team Room immediately after early dismissal.  Lunch will be served and the yearbook photo of the group will be taken.  See Coach Mooney if you cannot make the meeting.

 

Attention Track Team:  all non-competing athletes MUST return uniforms today or Tuesday of this week in the back gym.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, February, 2017

Day 8

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Truth is where we are and how we live.

 

The Snow Ball will be held this Saturday, February 11th, from 7:00-10:00 PM in the Cafeteria.  Tickets are on sale for $5 in the lobby before and after school every day this week.  Outside guests are NOT allowed at the Snow Ball.  Dress code for the Snow Ball is “semi-formal,” meaning young men must wear ties, and young ladies should wear dresses.  In keeping with the winter theme, students are encouraged to wear “cool” colors—blues, purples, blacks, and grays.  Any questions can be brought to Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

The Freshman Executive Board will hold a bake sale on Wednesday after school in the main lobby.

 

Club Photos:  the date has been postponed for the clubs that were to be photographed today after school. The new date for clubs to be photographed on staircase C will be Thursday starting at 2:05pm.

 

Debate Team:  the team will have a meeting today after school in Room 234.

 

Attention anyone who wants to try to learn how to sing.  Concert Choir will begin on Tuesday at 7:00 a.m. in the choir room.  If you can speak, you can learn to sing, so come on down.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

The Culture and Language Club will meet on Thursday to plan for the upcoming Lunar New Year Celebration on Friday, February 10th.  New members are welcome.

 

The math team will be holding a practice today after school in Room 106.  Please make every effort to attend.  We will not be attending the meet this Wednesday at Southington High, but will be participating at a later date.

 

Attention Human Rights Club, we will meet today at 2:05 in Room 246.  See you there."

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this semester.

 

Wednesday the wrestlers are at home against Avon.  It is Senior Night so please come out and support the wrestlers.

 

The Girls’ Ice Hockey team plays Hall/Conard High Schools today at Newington Arena at 3:40 pm.  The girls are ranked No. 3 in the state.  Tomorrow, they host No. 1 Hamden High School at Newington.  Game time tomorrow is 4:10 pm.

 

Wednesday we are conducting our Captains Council meeting in the Team Room immediately after early dismissal.  Lunch will be served and the yearbook photo of the group will be taken.  See Coach Mooney if you cannot make the meeting.

 

Attention Track Team:  all non-competing athletes MUST return uniforms today or Tuesday of this week in the back gym.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Monday, February, 2017

Day 7

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

The wise are those who know the self.

 

The Snow Ball will be held this Saturday, February 11th, from 7:00-10:00 PM in the Cafeteria.  Tickets are on sale for $5 in the lobby before and after school every day this week.  Outside guests are NOT allowed at the Snow Ball.  Dress code for the Snow Ball is “semi-formal,” meaning young men must wear ties, and young ladies should wear dresses.  In keeping with the winter theme, students are encouraged to wear “cool” colors—blues, purples, blacks, and grays.  Any questions can be brought to Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

Club Photos:  Lifetouch will be here today and tomorrow, February 6th and 7th, from 2:05-2:30 in Staircase C to take club photos.  Please be prompt for your scheduled photo time slot.

 

The freshman executive board will be meeting today promptly at 2:05 in the main lobby by the office for the yearbook photo.

 

Attention all:  we hope to see you at our musical, The Music Man, on March 10th and 11th - where two of our All State Singers are the leads!  

 

Attention students:  This year on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17th, Irish Step Dancers will be performing at the Connecticut Convention Center.  If you are currently an Irish Step Dancer and would like to participate in this event please stop by Admissions, Room 109, after school.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

The Culture and Language Club will be meeting on Wednesday and Thursday to plan for the upcoming Lunar New Year Celebration on Friday, February 10th.  New members are welcome.

 

The math team will be holding a practice on Tuesday after school in Room 106.  Please make every effort to attend.  We will not be attending the meet this Wednesday at Southington High, but will be participating at a later date.

 

Newspaper:  there will be a meeting today at 2:05 in Room 229.

 

Attention Human rights club, we will meet on Tuesday at 2:05 in Room 246.  See you there."

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this semester.

 

The East Catholic wrestlers sent 8 competitors to the Woodstock Academy tourney Saturday. Jacob Marselli, Matt Durant and Diego Claudio each won 4 of their 5 matches. Antony Dejulius and Noah Vail also each won 3 matches a piece.  Wednesday the wrestlers are at home against Avon.  It is Senior Night so please come out and support the wrestlers.

 

Wednesday we are conducting our Captains Council meeting in the Team Room immediately after early dismissal.  Lunch will be served and the yearbook photo of the group will be taken.  See Coach Mooney if you cannot make the meeting.

 

Attention Track Team:  all non-competing athletes MUST return uniforms today or Tuesday of this week in the back gym.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Friday, February 3, 2017

Day 6

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

It’s not what you have but what you do with it that matters.

 

Attention all:  JV Boys Ice Hockey and V Boys Swimming & Diving has been cancelled for today.

 

Attention all:  we hope to see you at our musical, The Music Man, on March 10th and 11th - where two of our All State Singers are the leads!  

 

Attention students:  This year on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17th, Irish Step Dancers will be performing at the Connecticut Convention Center.  If you are currently an Irish Step Dancer and would like to participate in this event please stop by Admissions, Room 109, after school.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

The Freshman Executive Board will be meeting promptly at 2:05 in the main lobby by the office for the yearbook photo on Monday.  Please arrive early as the photo will be taken at 2:05.

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this semester.

 

Attention Track Team:  all non-competing athletes MUST return uniforms on Monday or Tuesday of next week in the back gym.

 

East boys hoop beat Manchester by 25.  Mike McGuirl had 26 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists. Joey Reilly had 18 points and Matt Veretto 15.

 

East girls basketball lost a close game to Manchester.  Raina Baah had 16 rebounds and 14 points.  Nellie Piel had 19 points.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Day 5

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

May the blessings of today be the blessings you need the most.

 

Attention students:  any student who was supposed to serve a detention on Tuesday now will serve it today after school in Room 111.  Please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office if you cannot attend or have any questions.

 

Congratulations to the following students for qualifying for All State in Music:  Stephanie Lewis for choir, Victoria Zacharski for choir, Nathan Bell for choir, and Connie Cai for orchestra.  They will be participating in the All State Festival March 30-April 1 in Hartford, followed by a big concert at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.

 

We hope to see you at our musical, The Music Man, on March 10th and 11th - where two of our All State Singers are the leads!  We have 70 kids working on this production - so mark your calendars!

 

Attention students:  This year on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17th, Irish Step Dancers will be performing at the Connecticut Convention Center.  If you are currently an Irish Step Dancer and would like to participate in this event please stop by Admissions, Room 109, after school.

 

The math team will have a short meeting after school today in Room 106.  We will have our normal practice next Tuesday, February 7th after school.  Please make every effort to attend as we will be discussing our next meet.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Attention seniors who have been picked for superlatives.  You will be photographed for the yearbook  today, February 2nd, immediately after school, in Room 140.

Stretch Service Opportunities:  please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this new semester.

 

The Culture and Language Club will meet today in Room 213 to plan the upcoming Lunar New Year celebration.  New members are welcome.

 

The girls ice hockey team defeated Branford/North Branford/East Haven by a score of 2 - 0 on Wednesday afternoon.  Senior Captain Maddie Gervais had both goals, her 18th and 19th of the season.  Junior Julia Hallisey had 2 assists.  Senior Captain Morgan Peters had 23 saves in recording her 6th shutout of the season.

 

Yesterday the Boys Swim Team had their Meet with South Windsor High School.  Congratulations to the Swim Team for all their devotion and willingness to work through illness and not feeling 100%! You guys are amazing!  Contributing to outstanding individual event times and places were: Matt Connolly in 200 Free, Cody Terra in 200 Free, Abhi Goyal in 50 Free and 500 Free, Hamza Suede in 100 Fly, Jacob Melia in 100 Free, placed 1st, and in 100 Back, placed 1st, Alec Van Slooten in 100 Free, and Gabriel Ramans in 100 Free.

 

Girls’ Tennis Pre-Season Meeting - Thursday, February 16th, immediately following school in Room 113, Mr. Healey’s classroom.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Day 4

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Be simple and sincere.

 

Attention students:  any student who was supposed to serve a detention on Tuesday now will serve it on Thursday after school in Room 111.  Please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office if you cannot attend or have any questions.

 

Midterm makeup exams will be held today, after school in Room 111.

 

Attention students:  This year on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17th, Irish Step Dancers will be performing at the Connecticut Convention Center.  If you are currently an Irish Step Dancer and would like to participate in this event please stop by Admissions, Room 109, after school.

 

Debate Team:  the team will meet today after school in Room 234.

 

4 What’s Next:  there will be a meeting, for all returning members and all of those juniors & seniors who are interested in joining, on Wednesday, February 1st at 2:05 in Room 231.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Ostick in Room 109 or Mrs. Shattuck in Room 231.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Attention seniors who have been picked for superlatives.  You will be photographed for the yearbook on Thursday, February 2nd, immediately after school, in Room 140.  If you don’t know if you have been picked, check outside Room 140.

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  there are 8 openings for FoodShare on Saturday, February 4th, the next training for Manchester Manor Volunteers is Wednesday, February 1st at 5:15, Ms. Goodin is still taking names of volunteers for the Tim Tebow "Night to Shine" on February 10th. Please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this new semester.

 

The Culture and Language Club will be meeting on Wednesday, February 1st and on Thursday, February 2nd in Room 213 to plan the upcoming Lunar New Year celebration.  New members are welcome.

 

Girls’ Tennis Pre-Season Meeting - Thursday, February 16th, immediately following school in Room 113, Mr. Healey’s classroom.

 

Debate Team:  the team will meet today, immediately after school, in Room 234 to discuss the upcoming debate this weekend.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Day 4

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Be simple and sincere.

 

Attention students:  This year on Saint Patrick’s day, March 17th, Irish Step Dancers will be performing at the Connecticut Convention Center.  If you are currently an Irish Step Dancer and would like to participate in this event please stop by Admissions, Room 109, after school.

 

4 What’s Next:  there will be a meeting, for all returning members and all of those juniors & seniors who are interested in joining, on Wednesday, February 1st at 2:05 in Room 231.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Ostick in Room 109 or Mrs. Shattuck in Room 231.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Attention seniors who have been picked for superlatives.  You will be photographed for the yearbook on Thursday, February 2nd, immediately after school, in Room 140.  If you don’t know if you have been picked, check outside Room 140.

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  there are 8 openings for FoodShare on Saturday, February 4th, the next training for Manchester Manor Volunteers is Wednesday, February 1st at 5:15, Ms. Goodin is still taking names of volunteers for the Tim Tebow "Night to Shine" on February 10th. Please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this new semester.

 

The Culture and Language Club will be meeting on Wednesday, February 1st and on Thursday, February 2nd in Room 213 to plan the upcoming Lunar New Year celebration.  New members are welcome.

 

Boys and Girls basketball beat Rockville last night.  Mike McGuirl and Joey Reilly lead the boys with 23 points apiece; Catherine Phillips had 11 and Nellie Piel 16 to lead the girls in scoring.

 

The boys wrestling team competed in the Portland tournament.  Jacob Marselli and Noah Vail won their weight division out of 20 teams.  Diego Claudio wrestled 5 times and registered a tournament best 4 pins in under 6 minutes.”

 

Girls’ Tennis Pre-Season Meeting - Thursday, February 16th, immediately following school in Room 113, Mr. Healey’s classroom.

 

Debate Team:  the team will meet today, immediately after school, in Room 234 to discuss the upcoming debate this weekend.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Monday, January 30, 2017

Day 3

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Anger makes you smaller, while forgiveness forces you to grow beyond what you were.

 

Pit rehearsal has been cancelled for this afternoon.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Attention seniors who have been picked for superlatives.  You will be photographed for the yearbook on Thursday, February 2nd immediately after school in Room 140.  If you don’t know if you have been picked, check outside Room 140.

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  there are 8 openings for FoodShare on Saturday, February 4th, the next training for Manchester Manor Volunteers is Wednesday, February 1st at 5:15, Ms. Goodin is still taking names of volunteers for the Tim Tebow "Night to Shine" on February 10th. Please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this new semester.

 

The Culture and Language Club will be meeting on Wednesday and Thursday this week in Room 213 to plan the upcoming Lunar New Year celebration.  New members are welcome

 

Girls’ Tennis Pre-Season Meeting - Thursday, February 16th, immediately following school in Room 113, Mr. Healey’s classroom.

 

Debate Team:  the team will meet immediately after school on Tuesday in Room 234 to discuss the upcoming debate this weekend.

 

Newspaper:  there will be a meeting today at 2:05 in Room 229.

 

The girls ice hockey team defeated Ridgefield 7 to 0, and Northwest Catholic 4 to 0 over the weekend.  The team is ranked No.2 in the state and faces No.3 West Haven Monday afternoon at 445 pm in West Haven

 

Congratulations to the Boys Track Sprint Medley Relay Team for winning the CCC championship in a new record time. The team consisted of Patrick Regan, Kevin Lanciano, Peter Crowley, and Evan Kennedy.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Friday, January 27, 2017

Day 2

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

Always settle for more ~ more laughter, more grace, more joy, more faith.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Attention Peer Ministers:  we will have a PEER MINISTRY LUNCH meeting TODAY during your lunch waves in Campus Ministry.

 

Campus Ministry: Many students have picked up Kairos applications.  A reminder that they are due in Campus Ministry today.

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  there are 8 openings for FoodShare on Saturday, February 4th, the next training for Manchester Manor Volunteers is Wednesday, February 1st at 5:15, Ms. Goodin is still taking names of volunteers for the Tim Tebow "Night to Shine" on February 10th. Please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this new semester.

 

Girls’ Tennis Pre-Season Meeting - Thursday, February 16th, immediately following school in Room 113, Mr. Healey’s classroom.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Thursday, January 26, 2017

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

There is no integrity unless there is the willingness to be accountable for actions and results.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Campus Ministry: Many students have picked up Kairos applications.  A reminder that they are due in Campus Ministry on Friday.  There is still time to pick up an application.

 

There will be a Freshman Executive Board meeting Friday at 2:05 in Room 215.

 

Attention human rights club:  we will have a brief meeting today starting at 2:15 in Room 246!  We need to briefly review our second semester planning.

 

Stretch Service Opportunities:  there are 8 openings for FoodShare on Sat., Feb. 4th, the next training for Manchester Manor Volunteers is Wed. Feb 1st at 5:15, Ms. Goodin is still taking names of volunteers for the Tim Tebow "Night to Shine" on Feb. 10th. Please check the large Campus Ministry bulletin board in the corridor to see new service opportunities for this new semester.

 

Girls Tennis:  the meeting will not be held today.   A new date will be scheduled.

 

Ski Club:  The ski club will have a trip on Thursday, January 26th.

 

Girls hockey remains undefeated in their in State games as they tied Darien 2-2.  Maddie Gervais and Allison Diprato scored.  Morgan Peters had 22 saves.

 

East Catholic wrestlers beat Manchester last evening 39-37.  Noah Vail and Reilly Hills registered pins for East.  Caleb Daly, Connor Race, Kyle Pfeffer, Zack Pragosa and Jacob Marselli also registered wins.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

 

Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.

 

There is no integrity unless there is the willingness to be accountable for actions and results.

 

Attention all students (9-12) who reside in South Windsor: the 2017 South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day student essay contest is now underway. The essay topic is “What it Means to be an American” in 500 words or less.  All entries must be received by the Patriotic Commission by Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please see Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office for an official entry form, if interested.

 

Campus Ministry: the KAIROS 21 Retreat for juniors and seniors will be held March 15th through the 17th. Applications can be picked up in the Campus Ministry Office and must be returned to Campus Ministry no later than January 27th.

 

Girls Tennis:  a meeting will be held on Thursday, January 26th, right after school in Mr. Healy’s room 113 for all students interested in learning more about the girls varsity tennis team  Any questions see Captains Samantha Meyer, Jillian Ferrigno, and Debbie Jeong.

 

Ski Club:  The ski club will have a trip on Thursday, January 26th.

 

The girls ice hockey team is presently ranked No. 2 in the state.  The team takes on New Canaan High School on Wednesday evening in Shelton.

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detention[s] on their copy of the referral form.  All students scheduled for detention must appear in full uniform.  If you have any questions about the date of your service, please see Mr. Kravontka in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop:  located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 2:00 to 2:30 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found:  Please note that the “Lost and Found” is located in Campus Ministry.  Please take any items found to Campus Ministry and be sure to check there if you have lost anything.

 

Weekly Mass:  our East Catholic chaplains: Fr. Michael Dolan and Fr. Carlos Castrillon will be celebrating weekly Mass on Mondays in our Notre Dame Chapel at 2:05 PM.

 

Rosary:  all are welcome to join us in reciting the Rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame chapel.