Daily Announcements

Monday, June 12, 2017

 

Day 4

 

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

 

Believe ~ all things are possible.

 

The library will be closing at noon during exams.

 

Attention Track Team: This is a reminder that the Track Awards Banquet has been rescheduled for this evening Monday at the Gallery.

 

Congratulations to the boys track 4 x 800 relay team that finished 7th in the New England Championship meet on Saturday.  There were 36 teams competing and our team finished as the second school from Connecticut.  Team members were

Cooper Shifrin, Heath Olivieri, Peter Crowley, and Evan Kennedy.

 

Attention all students- The end of the year is fast approaching and it’s time to clean out your gym locker.  If you are finished with your spring sport, clean out your gym locker. All PE students should clean out their gym locker by Thursday afternoon.  PE Uniforms that you no longer have use for may be donated to the PE Department.   It is your responsibility to clean out your gym locker and take items home or discard them.   All lockers will have locks cut off this summer for cleanout.

 

Daily Announcements

Friday, June 9, 2017

Day 4 [1/2 day Schedule – Start with Day 5 period 1 then follow Day 4 period 1 on down.

 

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

 

We are what we repeatedly do.  Excellence therefore, is not an act but a habit.

 

Attention all students:  the library will be closing at noon today.

 

Reminder to all students:  there will be a final locker clean out om Monday, June 12th during homeroom. PLEASE REMOVE ALL ITEMS FROM YOUR LOCKER PRIOR TO EXAMS.

 

Congratulations to Drew Carver who received the GHCEA scholarship for his essay on “Why I want to continue my Catholic Education”.  Thank you to all participants who wrote essays.

 

Attention students:  if you pre-ordered a yearbook please come to Room 140 to pick it up before or after school.  Also, yearbooks are for sale before and after school for $73 in Room 140.

 

Ukulele Jam Session:  the last meeting of the season will be held today after school in Room 120.  Hope to see you there!

 

Attention all returning volleyball players: there will be a brief meeting in the Team Room on Monday, June 12th immediately after school.

 

Attention Track Team: This is a reminder that the Track Awards Banquet has been rescheduled for Monday, June 19th at the Gallery.

 

Attention all students- The end of the year is fast approaching and it’s time to clean out your gym locker.  If you are finished with your spring sport, clean out your gym locker. All PE students should clean out their gym locker by Thursday afternoon.  PE Uniforms that you no longer have use for may be donated to the PE Department.   It is your responsibility to clean out your gym locker and take items home or discard them.   All lockers will have locks cut off this summer for cleanout.

 

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of the school year.  Any unclaimed items will be donated or discarded.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, June 8, 2017

Day 3

 

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

 

Always have something nice to say.  Never words with double meaning or words that can only be half understood.

 

Attention Cheney bus riders:  Cheney Tech High School will be dismissing at 1:45 today, June 8th.  Cheney bus riders should leave at 1:30 in order to catch their bus.

Congratulations to Drew Carver who is receiving the GHCEA scholarship for his essay on “Why I want to continue my Catholic Education”.  Thank you to all participants who wrote essays.

 

Attention students:  if you have pre-ordered a yearbook please come to Room 140 to pick it up before or after school.

 

Ukulele Jam Session:  the last meeting of the season will be held on Friday after school in Room 120.  Hope to see you there!

 

Field Hockey:  for all girls interested in playing field hockey in the fall there will be a meeting after school today in Room 244.  Please see Mrs. Andrews or Mrs. Reilly if you cannot attend.

 

Cross Country:  there will be a quick cross country meeting today, immediately after school in the cafeteria.

 

Boys Soccer:  there will be a brief meeting immediately after school today outside the cafeteria for any boys interested in playing soccer in the fall.

 

Attention all returning volleyball players: there will be a brief meeting in the Team Room on Monday, June 12th immediately after school.

 

Attention all students- The end of the year is fast approaching and it’s time to clean out your gym locker.  If you are finished with your spring sport, clean out your gym locker. All PE students should clean out their gym locker by Thursday afternoon.  PE Uniforms that you no longer have use for may be donated to the PE Department.   It is your responsibility to clean out your gym locker and take items home or discard them.   All lockers will have locks cut off this summer for cleanout.

 

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of the school year.  Any unclaimed items will be donated or discarded.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, June 7, 2017

Day 2

 

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

 

Without forgiveness, there’s no future.

 

Attention Cheney bus riders:  Cheney Tech High School will be dismissing at 1:45 on Thursday, June 8th.  Cheney bus riders should leave at 1:30 in order to catch their bus.

 

If you have pre-ordered a yearbook please come to Room 140 to pick it up before or after school.

 

Ukulele Jam Session:  the last meeting of the season will be held on Friday after school in Room 120.  Hope to see you there!

 

Field Hockey:  for all girls interested in playing field hockey in the fall there will be a meeting after school on Thursday in Room 244.  Please see Mrs. Andrews or Mrs. Reilly if you cannot attend.

 

Cross Country:  there will be a quick cross country meeting on Thursday, immediately after school in the cafeteria.

 

Boys Soccer:  there will be a brief meeting immediately after school Thursday outside the cafeteria for any boys interested in playing soccer in the fall.

 

Attention all students- The end of the year is fast approaching and it’s time to clean out your gym locker.  If you are finished with your spring sport, clean out your gym locker. All PE students should clean out their gym locker by Thursday afternoon.  PE Uniforms that you no longer have use for may be donated to the PE Department.   It is your responsibility to clean out your gym locker and take items home or discard them.   All lockers will have locks cut off this summer for cleanout.

 

PE Exemption testing, The following students should see Coach Calande to complete their PE exemption test:  Briana Segura, Lauren Vitarelli, Valentin Sandoval, Julia Chomick, John Larose.  

 

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of the school year.  Any unclaimed items will be donated or discarded.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Day 1

 

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

 

Be thankful to the good God for all your gifts and graces – never take them for granted.

 

Attention Cheney bus riders:  Cheney Tech High School will be dismissing at 1:45 on Thursday, June 8th.  Cheney bus riders should leave at 1:30 in order to catch their bus.

 

Freshman executive board:  there will be a brief meeting today day at 2:05 in Room 215.

 

Ukulele Jam Session:  the last meeting of the season will be held on Friday after school in Room 120.  Hope to see you there!

 

Field Hockey:  for all girls interested in playing field hockey in the fall there will be a meeting after school on Thursday in Room 244.  Please see Mrs. Andrews or Mrs. Reilly if you cannot attend.

 

Boys Golf: the boy’s varsity golf team capped off a very successful season by finishing 3rd in the Division 3 State Tournament. A special congratulations to Sophomore Colin Luca who shot a 72 and earned All State honors and a trip to the New England High School Championships in Keene, New Hampshire where he will represent not only East Catholic but the state of Connecticut.

 

Boys Soccer:  there will be a brief meeting immediately after school Thursday outside the cafeteria for any boys interested in playing soccer in the fall.

 

Track:  congratulations to the boys 4 x 800 relay team which placed 5th in the State Open Track Championship yesterday.  The relay broke a thirty-one year old school record in running 8:00.32.  Team members were Cooper Shifrin,  Heath Olivieri,  Peter Crowley,  and Evan Kennedy.  The relay will represent Connecticut in the New England Championship Meet on Saturday in Norwell, Massachusetts.

 

Congratulations to Kyle Pfeffer. Kyle squatted 400 pounds today to reach the 1000 pound club! Way to go PFEFF!

 

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of the school year.  Any unclaimed items will be donated or discarded.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Monday, June 5, 2017

Day 8

 

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

 

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.

 

The written application for Student Government positions is due to Mr. McLaughlin [Room 233] today.

Freshman executive board:  there will be a brief meeting on Tuesday at 2:05 in Room 215.

Attention football players:  a football team meeting will be held today at 2:00pm in the Team Room.  

 

Tri-M:  there will be a mandatory Tri-M meeting today, June 5th at 2:05pm.

 

Ukulele Jam Session:  the last meeting of the season will be held on Friday after school in Room 120.  Hope to see you there!

 

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of the school year.  Any unclaimed items will be donated or discarded.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, June 2, 2017

Day 8 [1/2 day schedule start with Day 1, Period 1 then follow Day 8, Period 1 on down]

 

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

 

Man has not only a mind which conceives thoughts, but also a heart which can put them into practice.

 

The library will be closing at 11:30 today.

The written application for Student Government positions in available from Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.  This application is required for anyone interested in serving as a class Senator, or in the open Programming Director position.  All applications are due to Mr. McLaughlin by next Monday, June 5th.

Attention Team Captains: there will be an end of the year meeting today immediately after our half day dismissal in the new Conference Room.  The meeting is for any currently designated Captains who will be Captains next school year.  Food and refreshments will be provided.  See Coach Mooney if you are unable to make it.

Attention football players. The football team meeting has been rescheduled for Monday June 5th at 2pm.  

 

Tri-M:  there will be a mandatory Tri-M meeting on Monday, June 5th at 2:05pm.

 

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of the school year.  Any unclaimed items will be donated or discarded.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, June 1, 2017

Day 7

 

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

 

Life is an adventure in forgiveness.

 

The library will be closing at 11:30 on Friday.

Astronomy Club:  please join us for a meeting today after school in Room 204 to celebrate and reflect on this year and plan for the next.

The written application for Student Government positions in available from Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.  This application is required for anyone interested in serving as a class Senator, or in the open Programming Director position.  All applications are due to Mr. McLaughlin by next Monday, June 5th.

Attention Team Captains: there will be an end of the year meeting Friday immediately after our half day dismissal in the new Conference Room.  The meeting is for any currently designated Captains who will be Captains next school year.  Food and refreshments will be provided.  See Coach Mooney if you are unable to make it.

Attention football players. The football team meeting has been rescheduled for Monday June 5th at 2pm.  

 

On Wednesday at Yale the boy’s tennis team locked up the Class S State Championship when doubles team of Troy Romano and Ben Adams won their semifinals match verse Morgan 6-3, 6-1, Roman and Adams play for the Doubles championship today at Conard at 2:15pm.  This years title had crucial points contributed by Nick Hess, Victor Aleesi, Robert Costello, Sam Dorman, James Skahan and Alec Van Slooten. This is the team’s third team title in three years.

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of the school year.  Any unclaimed items will be donated or discarded.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 31, 2017

Day 6

 

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

 

The will of God will not take you where the grace of God cannot keep you.

 

Student Government:  attention all newly elected members of Student Government - our first meeting will take place immediately after school on Wednesday, May 31st. The meeting will last around 15 minutes. Please speak with Mr. McLaughlin or Ben Ockert if you cannot make it.

The written application for Student Government positions in available from Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.  This application is required for anyone interested in serving as a class Senator, or in the open Programming Director position.  All applications are due to Mr. McLaughlin by next Monday, June 5.

There will be a football team meeting on Thursday June 1st immediately after school at 2:00pm in the team room.   IF you plan to be on the football team, show up on time with a positive attitude.  The meeting will cover practice and game schedules, team rules and expectations for the athletes.  The meeting will conclude prior to 3:00pm.

 

Attention human rights club!  Our last meeting of the year will be this afternoon at 2:05 in Room 246.  Please make every effort to attend.  Thank you!

 

National Honor Society:  there will be a meeting this afternoon at 2:00 in Room 217.

 

Boys Golf:  Ben Ockert shot a great 36 to lead the boys golf team to a victory over EO Smith High School to close out the regular season with a 13-6 record. Up next for the team is the conference and state tournaments.

 

Congratulations to the Boys Track 4 x 800 meter relay team for winning the Class M State Championship yesterday.  The team was composed of Cooper Shifrin, Heath Olivieri, Peter Crowley, and Evan Kennedy.  Kennedy and Crowley also scored in the individual 800 meters.  Other scorers were Hunter Simone and Patrick Regan.

 

Scorers for the Girls Team were Nicole DiBenedetto, Amanda Duvall, and Molly Brown.

 

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of the school year.  Any unclaimed items will be donated or discarded.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Tuesday, May 29, 2017

Day 5

 

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

 

A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself.

 

Attention Cheney bus riders:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:40 dismissal on today, May 26th.  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.

 

Student Government Meeting:  Attention all newly elected members of Student Government - our first meeting will take place immediately after school next Wednesday, May 31st. The meeting will last around 15 minutes. Please speak with Mr. McLaughlin or Ben Ockert if you cannot make it. Thank you.

There is a football team meeting on Thursday June first immediately after school at 2pm in the team room.   IF you plan to be on the football team, show up on time with a positive attitude.  The meeting will cover practice and game schedules, team rules and expectations for the athletes.  The meeting will conclude prior to 3pm.

 

Boys Golf:  Kenny D'Attilio shot a 37 and Ben Ockert and Colin Luca 38s to lead the boy’s varsity golf team to a split in its matches on Friday. Team record now stands at 12-6 for the season.

 

Attention human rights club!  Our last meeting of the year will be Wednesday 5/31@2:05 in room 246.  Please make every effort to attend.  Thank you!

 

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of school.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 26, 2017

Day 4

 

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

 

A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself.

 

Attention Cheney bus riders:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:40 dismissal on today, May 26th.  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.

 

Student Government Meeting:  Attention all newly elected members of Student Government - our first meeting will take place immediately after school next Wednesday, May 31st. The meeting will last around 15 minutes. Please speak with Mr. McLaughlin or Ben Ockert if you cannot make it. Thank you.

The Greater Hartford Catholic Education Association will offer a $1000 scholarship to all present ECHS freshmen, sophomores and juniors.  The topic is “Why I want to continue my Catholic education.” The essay is due on Friday, May 26th to Mrs. Andrews.  Information is posted in homerooms and in the guidance office.

 

The girls golf team shot their best team round of the season today to win against Middletown, with medalist Katelyn Jylkka leading the way with a 38, and Meghan Faulkner close behind her with a 43.

Attention girl softball players: There will be an end of the season meeting on Tuesday at 2:30 in the team room.  Uniforms should be handed in at this time.

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of school.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 25, 2017

Day 3

 

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

 

Those who kept the faith and fought the fight; the glory theirs, the duty ours.

 

Attention Cheney bus riders:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:40 dismissal on Friday, May 26th.  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.

 

The Greater Hartford Catholic Education Association will offer a $1000 scholarship to all present ECHS freshmen, sophomores and juniors.  The topic is “Why I want to continue my Catholic education.” The essay is due on Friday, May 26th to Mrs. Andrews.  Information is posted in homerooms and in the guidance office.

 

Peer Ministers:  there will be a short meeting this afternoon beginning at 2:10pm in the Notre Dame Chapel.  Everyone is expected to attend.

 

Boys golf:  Brady Batman shot a 35 and Will Karkos a 36 to lead the boys golf team to a one stroke victory over South Windsor. With the victory, the golf team captures the CCC North/ Blue Divisional Championship.

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.  If you have lost something during the school year be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office before the end of school.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 24, 2017

Day 2

 

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

 

Have confidence and do your best.

 

Attention Cheney bus riders:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:40 dismissal on Friday, May 26th.  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.

 

National Honor Society:  there will be a National Honor Society meeting this afternoon in Room 217.

 

The Greater Hartford Catholic Education Association will offer a $1000 scholarship to all present ECHS freshmen, sophomores and juniors.  The topic is “Why I want to continue my Catholic education.” The essay is due on Friday, May 26th to Mrs. Andrews.  Information is posted in homerooms and in the guidance office.

 

The girl’s golf team beat Northwest Catholic in their match today with Katelyn Jylkka medaling the match.

Lacrosse:  Farmington defeats East Catholic 14-11.  East Catholic goals:  Alexa Weber 5, Macy Wilcox 2, Cami Pasqualoni 2, Jill Mountford 1, Lindsay Skinner 1.

Goalie saves: East Catholic: Kiely Callahan 11, Natalie Sitarz 1, Katie Splain 2. Records: East Catholic 12-4.

 

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.  Be sure to check in the Campus Ministry office if you have lost anything before the end of school.

 

Weekly Mass:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Day 1

 

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

 

What we think, we become.

 

Attention Cheney bus riders:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:40 dismissal on Friday, May 26th.  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.

 

The Greater Hartford Catholic Education Association will offer a $1000 scholarship to all present ECHS freshmen, sophomores and juniors.  The topic is “Why I want to continue my Catholic education.” The essay is due on Friday, May 26th to Mrs. Andrews.  Information is posted in homerooms and in the guidance office.

 

At the Journal Inquirer Invitation on Saturday, the Girls Track Team was  led by triple medal winner Sophie Kisner and double medal winners Amanda Duvall, Nicole DiBenedetto, Julia Swanson, and Molly Brown.  Fiona Crowley also gave a medal winning performance.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Monday, May 22, 2017

Day 8

 

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

 

Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.

 

The Greater Hartford Catholic Education Association will offer a $1000 scholarship to all present ECHS freshmen, sophomores and juniors.  The topic is “Why I want to continue my Catholic education.” The essay is due on Friday, May 26th to Mrs. Andrews.  Information is posted in homerooms and in the guidance office.

 

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2:00 and 2:20 pm.

 

Girls Lacrosse:  East Catholic defeats St. Bernard 17-11.  East Catholic goals:  Alexa Weber 6, Liv Mountford 2, Audrey Gervais 2, Natalie Heaney 2, Cami Pasqualoni 2, Erienne Dowe 1, Macy Wilcox 1, Caroline Kidney 1.  Goalie Saves: East Catholic - Kiely Callahan 12.  Records: East Catholic 12-3.

 

Congratulations to the Boys Track Team for its second place trophy-winning performance at the Journal Inquirer Invitation on Saturday.  The team was led by the first place finish of the 4 x 800 relay team of Cooper Shifrin, Heath Olivieri, Peter Crowley, and Evan Kennedy.  Josh Mendoza contributed a second place finish in the triple jump.  Third place medals were won by Kennedy and Shifrin in the distance races.  Other medal winners were Kevin Lanciano, Hunter Simone, Josh Duvall and Peter Crowley.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 19, 2017

Day 7

 

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

 

Truth is where we are and in how we live.

 

Senior Prom tickets today is the last day to purchase Senior Prom tickets in Sr. Peggy’s office. $60 per person and $120 per couple.

 

The Greater Hartford Catholic Education Association will offer a $1000 scholarship to all present ECHS freshmen, sophomores and juniors.  The topic is “Why I want to continue my Catholic education.” The essay is due on Friday, May 26th to Mrs. Andrews.  Information is posted in homerooms and in the guidance office.

 

Campus Ministry:  there are some spaces in shelter meals for Monday and Tuesday next week.  Please see Sr. Barbara-Jean in Campus Ministry.

 

Library announcement:  the winner is Tim Carlson.  Come to the library to pick up your Gift Card.

 

Student Government Elections:  all forms and speeches for Student Government elections must be turned in today.  There are still several offices with no candidate running.  Interested students should see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2:00 and 2:20 pm.

Attention Track Team: all uniforms of non-competing athletes must be returned today.

 

Boys Golf:  Ryan Zurcher and Cole Fisher each shot 41s as the boys JV golf team remained undefeated with a victory yesterday over Tolland High School.

 

Girls Lacrosse: East Catholic defeats Northwest Catholic 18-14.  East Catholic goals:  Macy Wilcox 6, Alexa Weber 6, Cami Pasqualoni 2,  Liv Mountford 1, Rachel Nadeau 1, Natalie Heaney 1, Lily Ryan 1. Goalie Saves: East Catholic - Kiely Callahan 12.  Records: East Catholic 11-2

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 18, 2017

Day 6

 

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

 

What are you doing for others?

 

Senior Prom tickets are on sale this week only in Sr. Peggy’s office. $60 per person and $120 per couple.

 

The Greater Hartford Catholic Education Association will offer a $1000 scholarship to all present ECHS freshmen, sophomores and juniors.  The topic is “Why I want to continue my Catholic education.” The essay is due on Friday, May 26th  to Mrs. Andrews.  Information is posted in homerooms and in the guidance office.

 

Campus Ministry:  there are some spaces in shelter meals for Monday and Tuesday next week.  Please see Sr. Barbara-Jean in Campus Ministry.

 

Guidance: any student who signed up for UConn ECE classes in the fall MUST check their email on NAVIANCE for time sensitive instructions.

 

Library announcement:  And the winner is?  We are still waiting for you to enter the Library Raffle for a chance to win a Dunkin Donuts Gift card.  The winner will be chosen this Friday.

 

Trip to Mystic Seaport and Mystic Aquarium on Sunday, May 21st – there are a few seats left on the bus on a first come first served basis.  Go to guidance for permission slip.  Cost is $35.  Must reply by Wednesday.

 

Classics Club:  the last meeting of the year will be held today.  All members and officers should attend to celebrate a great year of Latin!

 

Senior Farewell:  auditions for the Senior Farewell will be held this Wednesday and Thursday.  Any senior (or group of seniors) who would like to perform MUST audition.  Forms will be available from Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233, and must be submitted before your audition.

 

Student Government Elections:  all forms and speeches for Student Government elections must be returned by this Friday, May 19th.  There are still several offices with no candidate running.  Interested students should see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2:00 and 2:20 pm.

 

Boys Golf:  Brady Batman and Colin Luca shot 39s to lead the boy’s varsity golf team to their 10th victory of the season against three losses as they defeated RHAM High School.

 

Girl’s tennis won over Plainville 4-3. Doubles team Jillian Ferrigno and Megan Gager won a strong third set match to secure the win. Season record 10 wins 3 losses.

 

Attention Track Team: all uniforms of non-competing athletes must be returned by Friday of this week.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 17, 2017

Day 5

 

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

 

Only you can change your life.  No one can do it for you.

 

Senior Prom tickets are on sale this week only in Sr. Peggy’s office. $60 per person and $120 per couple.

 

Guidance: any student who signed up for UConn ECE classes in the fall MUST check their email on NAVIANCE for time sensitive instructions.

 

Library announcement:  There is still time to enter the Library Raffle for a chance to win a Dunkin Donuts Gift Card.  Remember to stop by the library.

 

Trip to Mystic Seaport and Mystic Aquarium on Sunday, May 21st – there are a few seats left on the bus on a first come first served basis.  Go to the Guidance office for permission slip.  Cost is $35.  Must reply by Wednesday.

 

Classics Club:  the last meeting of the year will be held on Thursday.  All members and officers should attend to celebrate a great year of Latin!

 

Senior Farewell:  auditions for Senior Farewell will be held this Wednesday and Thursday.  Any senior (or group of seniors) who would like to perform MUST audition.  Forms will be available from Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233, and must be submitted before your audition.

 

Student Government Elections:  all forms and speeches for Student Government elections must be returned by this Friday, May 19th.  There are still several offices with no candidate running.  Interested students should see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2:00 and 2:20 pm.

 

Girls Golf: the team was victorious in their match today against Wethersfield with medalist Katelyn Jylkka shooting her personal best, a 35!  

The Boys' Track Team defeated South Windsor yesterday by a score of 96 to 49.  Event winners were Josh Duvall, Kevin Lanciano, Evan Kennedy, Peter Crowley, Cooper Shifrin,

Boys Golf:  Ryan Zurcher shot a 41, Matt Kiro a 42, and Cole Fisher a 43 as the boys JV golf team defeated Berlin, Hall, and Conard to remain undefeated for the season.

 Josh Mendoza, Mahi Hosein, Brian Procaccini, Liam Horan-Portelance, David Mantese, Heath Olivieri, Brendan Truman, and Hunter Simone.

 

GIRLS Track:  in a losing effort against South Windsor, the following girls were event winners:  Amanda Duvall, Julia Swanson, Sophie Kisner, Nicole DiBenedetto, and Sara Hohenthal.

 

Girls Lacrosse:  East Catholic defeats Mercy 15-10.  East Catholic goals:  Alexa Weber 8, Macy Wilcox 2, Natalie Heaney 2, Ella Parizeau 1, Liv Parizeau 1, Cami Pasqualoni 1.  Goalie saves: East Catholic - Kiely Callahan 16.  Records: East Catholic 10-2

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Day 4

 

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.

 

Senior Prom tickets are on sale this week only in Sr. Peggy’s office. $60 per person and $120 per couple.

 

Guidance: any student who signed up for UConn ECE classes in the fall MUST check their email on NAVIANCE for time sensitive instructions.

 

Library announcement:  Do you like Dunkin Donuts?  If so, come to the library.  Fill out a brief survey and you will be entered in a raffle to win a Dunkin Donuts Gift Card.  The winner will be chosen on Friday morning before homeroom.

 

Trip to Mystic Seaport and Mystic Aquarium on Sunday, May 21st – first come first served, a few seats left on the bus.  Go to guidance for permission slip.  Cost is $35.  Must reply by Wednesday.

 

Campus Ministry:

Attention Junior’s:  if you would like to lead Kairos next year, please pick up a KAIROS Student Leader application in Campus Ministry.  All applications are due by 2:00pm today.

 

Senior Farewell:  auditions for Senior Farewell will be held this Wednesday and Thursday.  Any senior (or group of seniors) who would like to perform MUST audition.  Forms will be available from Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233, and must be submitted before your audition.

 

Student Government Elections:  all forms and speeches for Student Government elections must be returned by this Friday, May 19th.  There are still several offices with no candidate running.  Interested students should see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

Attention: any student's needing service hours, and who are available Thursday between 4-7 p.m., should see either Mr. Ostick or Mr. Mooney today.

Boys Golf:  William Karkos shot 35, Kenny D'Attilio 38, and Ben Ockert 39 to lead the varsity golf team to victory over Enfield. Team record is 9-3 on the season.

 

Boys Tennis:  ECHS 4-3 over E.O. Smith.  Team is now 10-2.  Team led by Alec Van Slooten in singles and in doubles by Troy Romano and Ben Adams.

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2 and 2:20 pm.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Monday, May 15, 2017

Day 3

 

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

 

Be yourself, everyone else is already taken.

 

Senior Prom tickets go on sale this morning in Sr. Peggy’s office.  They will be on sale throughout the week.

 

Guidance: any student who signed up for UConn ECE classes in the fall MUST check their email on NAVIANCE for time sensitive instructions.

 

National Honor Society inductees: there will be a meeting for all National Honor Society inductees today immediately after school in the auditorium.  This is for new inductees only, current members do not need to attend.  Please see Ms. Taylor in Room 236 if you are not able to make attend.

 

Library announcement:  Do you like Dunkin Donuts?  If so, come to the library.  Fill out a brief survey and you will be entered in a raffle to win a Dunkin Donuts Gift Card.  Stop by the library, your gift card is waiting!!

 

Congratulations to our Music Program and their successful performances at the music competition this weekend.  Orchestra, Band and Chamber Choir received Gold ratings and ECCE received a Platinum rating for their near perfect performance.

 

Campus Ministry:

Attention Junior’s:  if you would like to lead Kairos next year, please pick up a KAIROS Student Leader application in Campus Ministry.  All applications are due by 2:00pm on Tuesday, May 16th.

 

Senior Farewell:  auditions for Senior Farewell will be held this Wednesday and Thursday.  Any senior (or group of seniors) who would like to perform MUST audition.  Forms will be available from Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233, and must be submitted before your audition.

 

Student Government Elections:  all forms and speeches for Student Government elections must be returned by this Friday, May 19th.  There are still several offices with no candidate running.  Interested students should see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2 and 2:20 pm.

 

Attention Track Captains: this is a reminder of the Journal Inquirer Media Night tonight at 5:00 pm at Manchester High School.  Dinner will be provided by the Olive Garden.

 

Girls Lacrosse:  East Catholic defeats Somers 12-7.  East Catholic goals:  Alexa Weber 7, Macy 3, Natalie Heaney 1, Lily Ryan 1.  Goalie saves: East Catholic - Kiely Callahan 12.  Records: East Catholic 9-2

 

Congratulations to the Girls Track Team for an excellent performance in the Connecticut Relays on Saturday.  Trophy winners were Amanda Duvall, Nicole DiBenedetto, Sophie Kisner, Elizabeth Long, Molly Brown, Julia Swanson, and Fiona Crowley.  Medal winners were Sara Hohenthal, Maddie O'Connell, Kate O'Brien, and Kristina Jacobsen

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 12, 2017

Day 3

 

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

 

We all have ability.  The difference is how we use it.

 

Attention all:  the library will be closed at noon today.

 

Senior Prom tickets will go on sale on Monday morning in Sr. Peggy’s office.  They will be on sale throughout the week.

 

Guidance:  today is the deadline to turn in Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications. See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Attention Junior’s:  if you would like to lead Kairos next year, please pick up a KAIROS Student Leader application in Campus Ministry.  All applications are due by 2:00pm on Tuesday, May 16th.

 

The Freshman Class will be having a bake sale today after school in the main lobby.

 

The Relay for Life team will be hosting a volleyball tournament this evening in the gym at 7:00 PM.  All registration forms, concussion forms, and payment for all players must be turned in to  Mr. McLaughlin this morning.  The cost is $10 per person, and all proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.  There will also be a bake sale at the tournament.

 

Senior Farewell:  auditions for Senior Farewell will be held next Wednesday and Thursday.  Any senior (or group of seniors) who would like to perform, MUST audition.  Forms will be available from Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233 beginning today.

Student Government Elections:  all forms and speeches for Student Government elections must be returned by next Friday, May 19th.  There are still several offices with no candidate running.  Interested students should see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233.

 

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2 and 2:20 pm.

 

Attention Senior Captains: we will be conducting our last Captains Council meeting today at 11:30 in the Conference Room.  Wear your college bound tee shirts.  A separate council meeting will be held for our Junior and Sophomore captains within the next 2 weeks. Time and date to be determined.

Girls Tennis:  come support the team by going to Friendly’s any time today.  Get a Friendly’s coupon from a team member and they are also posted around the school.

 

East Catholic defeats Newington 20-11. East Catholic goals:  Alexa Weber 8, Cami Pasqualoni 3, Natalie Heaney 2, Jill Mountford 2, Liv Mountford 1, Macy Wilcox 1,  Madi Thiel 1, Audrey Gervais 1, Lily Ryan 1. Goalie saves: East Catholic: Kiely Callahan 13

Records: East Catholic 8-2

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 11, 2017

Day 1

 

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

 

You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do.

 

Astronomy Club:  the club will meet at 2:05 today in Room 204.

 

Attention all:  the library will be closed at noon on Friday.

 

Guidance:  Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications are available in the Guidance office for anyone interested in building leadership and collaborating with local government. The deadline is Friday, May 12th.  See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Attention Junior’s:  If you would like to lead Kairos next year, please pick up a KAIROS Student Leader application in Campus Ministry.  All applications are due by 2:00pm Tuesday, May 16th.

 

Attention Stretch Leader applicants:  there are additional appointments available on Wed, May 10th and Thursday, May 11th.

 

There will be a brief Freshman Executive Board meeting today at 2:05 in room 215.

 

The Freshman Class will be having a bake sale Friday after school in the main lobby.

 

The Relay for Life team will be hosting a volleyball tournament THIS FRIDAY, May 12, in the gym.  The tournament will begin at 7:00 PM.  All teams must submit a registration form, concussion forms, and payment for all players to Mr. McLaughlin by Friday morning.  The cost is $10 per person, and all proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.  There will also be a bake sale at the tournament.

 

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2 and 2:20 pm.

 

Attention Senior Captains: we will be conducting our last Captains Council meeting this Friday at 11:30 in the Conference Room.  Wear your college bound tee shirts.  A separate council meeting will be held for our Junior and Sophomore captains within the next 2 weeks. Time and date to be determined.

Girls tennis won 7-0 over Platt. This Qualifies team for State Tournament. Season record 8-2. Caroline Dorman played well and won her match.

The boy’s varsity golf team raised their season record to 8-3 with a victory over cross town rival Manchester and were led by Colin Luca who shot a one over par 36.

Girls Tennis:  come support the team by going to Friendly’s any time on Friday, May 12th.  Get a Friendly’s coupon from a team member and they are also posted around the school.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 10, 2017

Day 9

 

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

 

The wise are those who know the self.

 

Astronomy Club:  the club will meet at 2:05 on Thursday in Room 204.

 

All members of Stage East wishing to attend the end of year Gala must RSVP by May 12th.  See Ms. Moros or Mr. McLaughlin for details.

 

Guidance:  Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications are available in the Guidance office for anyone interested in building leadership and collaborating with local government. The deadline is Friday, May 12th.  See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Attention Juniors:  If you would like to lead Kairos next year, please pick up a KAIROS Student Leader application in Campus Ministry.  All applications are due by 2:00pm Tuesday, May 16th.

 

Attention Stretch Leader applicants:  there are additional appointments available on Wed, May 10th and Thursday, May 11th.

 

There will be a brief Freshman Executive Board meeting today at 2:05 in room 215.

 

The Relay for Life team will be hosting a volleyball tournament THIS FRIDAY, May 12, in the gym.  The tournament will begin at 7:00 PM.  All teams must submit a registration form, concussion forms, and payment for all players to Mr. McLaughlin by Friday morning.  The cost is $10 per person, and all proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.  There will also be a bake sale at the tournament.

 

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2 and 2:20 pm.

 

Girls Tennis:  come support the team by going to Friendly’s any time on Friday, May 12th.  Get a Friendly’s coupon from a team member and they are also posted around the school.

 

East boys Lax beat St. Paul 16-3. Jake Tellers had 5 goals, Connor Race 4, Mike Bazzano 3, Nick Campagnone 2, Daly brothers 1.

 

Boys and girls golf teams beat East Hartford.  Will Karkos had the team low shooting a 39 for the boys and Katelyn Jyllka shot the low score for the girls with a 43.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Day 8

 

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

 

Let us pray to the Virgin Mary to help us to walk in faith and charity, ever trusting in the Lord’s mercy

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech has no school today, Tuesday, May 9th.  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.

 

Astronomy Club:  the club will meet at 2:05 on Thursday in Room 204.

 

Guidance:  Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications are available in the Guidance office for anyone interested in building leadership and collaborating with local government. The deadline is Friday, May 12th.  See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Attention Juniors:  If you would like to lead Kairos next year, please pick up a KAIROS Student Leader application in Campus Ministry.  All applications are due by 2:00pm Tuesday, May 16th.

 

Attention Stretch Leader applicants:  there are additional appointments available on Wed, May 10th and Thursday, May 11th.

 

There will be a brief Freshman Executive Board meeting Wednesday at 2:05 in room 215.

The Relay for Life team will be hosting a volleyball tournament THIS FRIDAY, May 12, in the gym.  The tournament will begin at 7:00 PM.  All teams must submit a registration form, concussion forms, and payment for all players to Mr. McLaughlin by Friday morning.  The cost is $10 per person, and all proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.  There will also be a bake sale at the tournament.

 

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2 and 2:20 pm.

 

Girls Tennis:  come support the team by going to Friendly’s any time on Friday, May 12th.  Get a Friendly’s coupon from a team member and they are also posted around the school.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Monday, May 8, 2017

Day 7

 

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.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech has no school on, Tuesday, May 9th.  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.

 

Attention students with parking spaces:  The Chalk Walk fundraiser, to purchase umbrellas for the patio tables, begins this week.  You must see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233 for permission to decorate your parking space.  The cost is $10 to decorate your space once, or $15 to decorate your space as many times as you’d like during the month of May.

Guidance:  Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications are available in the Guidance office for anyone interested in building leadership and collaborating with local government. The deadline is Friday, May 12th.  See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Attention Juniors:  If you would like to lead Kairos next year, please pick up a KAIROS Student Leader application in Campus Ministry.  All applications are due by 2:00pm Tuesday, May 16th.

 

There are a couple of Shelter Meal slots available for May 11th and May 22nd at South Park.  See Mrs. Bischoff or Sr. Barbara-Jean to sign up.

 

Congratulations to the Boys' Track Team for an outstanding performance in the Marty Roberts Invitation on Saturday.  Evan Kennedy received the Best Distance trophy for setting a new meet record in the 1600 meters.  Kevin Lanciano also was a gold medalist in the 100 meters.  Other medal winners were Peter Crowley, Heath Olivieri, Josh Mendoza, Josh Duvall, and Hunter Simone.

 

For the girls team, Nicole DiBenedetto was second in the high jump.

Attention Students: Anyone looking to take the PE Exemption test should see Coach Calande to arrange two days for the testing. Day one is for the mile run, Day two is for pullups, situps, shuttle run and the sit and reach test.  Students who achieve National Fitness Standards in all five tests may earn a PE exemption to be applied to the 2017-2018 school year.  Testing is done promptly after school between 2 and 2:20 pm.

 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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 5, 2017

Day 6

 

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

 

Remember that everyone you meet is afraid of something, loves something and has lost something.

 

Today, during periods 6 and 7 the cafeteria will be closed.  All students and proctors should report to the gym.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech has no school on, Tuesday, May 9th.  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.

 

Student Government Elections:  in order to minimize conflict with AP testing, Student Government elections will be postponed to a later date.  There will be no Student Government speeches today.  In the meantime, students interested in running for class office are encouraged to speak with Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233, or see their class advisor.

Attention students with parking spaces:  The Chalk Walk fundraiser, to purchase umbrellas for the patio tables, begins this week.  You must see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233 for permission to decorate your parking space.  The cost is $10 to decorate your space once, or $15 to decorate your space as many times as you’d like during the month of May.

Guidance:  Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications are available in the Guidance office for anyone interested in building leadership and collaborating with local government. The deadline is Friday, May 12th.  See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Service opportunities are available for the NAMI walk held at Bushnell Park in Hartford on Saturday May 20th.  Especially needed is help with set up starting as early as 6:30 AM or with breakdown from noon to 1:30 or with other activities in between, such as face painting for children during the walk time 9-12.  If you are interested, please check with Sr. Barbara-Jean in Campus Ministry.

 

The Annual Food Share Walk Against Hunger will take place on Sunday, May 6th in Hartford.  Check in time is 1:00, Walk begins at 2:00.  Walk will end at 3:00. Those of you who have served at FoodShare will find this a good opportunity to serve in another way.  Others who wish to participate may also join the walk.  We will meet as a group.

See Sr. Barbara-Jean for more information.  Thank you.

 

New Service Opportunity for Saturday, May 6th - Help is needed for MARC Prom Night here at East Catholic.  Help is needed in the afternoon, during the dance itself, and afterward to help breakdown.  Please email Lillie Doherty for more info:  lrdoherty99@gmail.com

 

Saturday May 13th from 2-6pm at MACC, the day of the Post Office Stamp Out Hunger Drive:  Volunteers are needed to help unload vans, and sort through the food. MACC expects about 15,000 pounds of food so this is a big job.  Sign up on the Campus Ministry bulletin board.

 

There are a couple of Shelter Meal slots available for May 11th and May 22nd at South Park.  See Mrs. Bischoff or Sr. Barbara-Jean to sign up.

 

The girls golf team was victorious in their match yesterday against Berlin with medalist Katelyn Jylkka shooting a 37 and her team mates having great contributing scores as well.

 

Boys Tennis defeated Enfield Thursday 7-0 and qualified for the 2017 State Tournament in the end of May.  The team now has an 8-1 record.

 

Girls Tennis: East won yesterday’s match 6-1 over Enfield.  Season record 7 wins—1 loss.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 4, 2017

Day 5

 

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

 

There are many wonderful things that will never be done of you do not do them.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech has no school on, Tuesday, May 9th.  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.

 

Student Government Elections:  in order to minimize conflict with AP testing, Student Government elections will be postponed to a later date.  There will be no Student Government speeches tomorrow.  In the meantime, students interested in running for class office are encouraged to speak with Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233, or see their class advisor.

Attention students with parking spaces:  The Chalk Walk fundraiser, to purchase umbrellas for the patio tables, begins this week.  You must see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233 for permission to decorate your parking space.  The cost is $10 to decorate your space once, or $15 to decorate your space as many times as you’d like during the month of May.

Guidance:  Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications are available in the Guidance office for anyone interested in building leadership and collaborating with local government. The deadline is Friday, May 12th.  See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Service opportunities are available for the NAMI walk held at Bushnell Park in Hartford on Saturday May 20th.  Especially needed is help with set up starting as early as 6:30 AM or with breakdown from noon to 1:30 or with other activities in between, such as face painting for children during the walk time 9-12.  If you are interested, please check with Sr. Barbara-Jean in Campus Ministry.

 

The Annual Food Share Walk Against Hunger will take place on Sunday, May 6th in Hartford.  Check in time is 1:00, Walk begins at 2:00.  Walk will end at 3:00. Those of you who have served at FoodShare will find this a good opportunity to serve in another way.  Others who wish to participate may also join the walk.  We will meet as a group.

See Sr. Barbara-Jean for more information.  Thank you.

 

New Service Opportunity for Saturday, May 6th - Help is needed for MARC Prom Night here at East Catholic.  Help is needed in the afternoon, during the dance itself, and afterward to help breakdown.  Please email Lillie Doherty for more info:  lrdoherty99@gmail.com

 

Saturday May 13th from 2-6pm at MACC, the day of the Post Office Stamp Out Hunger Drive:  Volunteers are needed to help unload vans, and sort through the food. MACC expects about 15,000 pounds of food so this is a big job.  Sign up on the Campus Ministry bulletin board.

 

There are a couple of Shelter Meal slots available for May 11th and May 22nd at South Park.  See Mrs. Bischoff or Sr. Barbara-Jean to sign up.

 

Ultimate Frisbee:  ultimate Frisbee today, May 4th from 2:45-4:30 at Charter Oak Field.  All are welcome.  You must have the paperwork completed to play.  See Mr. Scorso or Ms. Taylor if interested.

 

East Baseball beat EO Smith 5-3.  Adam Harz was the winning pitcher. Dylan Fournier and James McDowell both had 2 hits and an RBI in the game.

 

Lacrosse: East defeats RHAM 14-8.  East Catholic goals:  Alexa Weber 7, Macy Wilcox 4, Jill Mountford 1, Liv Mountford 1, Rachel Nadeau 1.  Goalie saves: Kiely Callahan 16.  Records:East Catholic 7-2

 

The boys Tennis team beat Rocky Hill 6-1.

 

Girls tennis team won over Tolland 5-2. Madison Blazejowski had a strong comeback match and Evelyn Johnson/Sarah Bannon had a strong match.  Season record 6 wins—1 loss.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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, May 3, 2017

Day 3

 

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:  Cheney Tech has no school on, Tuesday, May 9th.  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.

 

Student Government Elections:  in order to minimize conflict with AP testing, Student Government elections will be postponed to a later date.  There will be no Student Government speeches tomorrow.  In the meantime, students interested in running for class office are encouraged to speak with Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233, or see their class advisor.

Re: Senior Farewell Video - Senior Video Filming: today is the last day for filming.

Student Ambassadors: there will be a meeting regarding the Freshman Social today after school in the cafeteria.

Attention students with parking spaces:  The Chalk Walk fundraiser, to purchase umbrellas for the patio tables, begins this week.  You must see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233 for permission to decorate your parking space.  The cost is $10 to decorate your space once, or $15 to decorate your space as many times as you’d like during the month of May.

Guidance:  Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications are available in the Guidance office for anyone interested in building leadership and collaborating with local government. The deadline is Friday, May 12th.  See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Service opportunities are available for the NAMI walk held at Bushnell Park in Hartford on Saturday May 20th.  Especially needed is help with set up starting as early as 6:30 AM or with breakdown from noon to 1:30 or with other activities in between, such as face painting for children during the walk time 9-12.  If you are interested, please check with Sr. Barbara-Jean in Campus Ministry.

 

The Annual Food Share Walk Against Hunger will take place on Sunday, May 6th in Hartford.  Check in time is 1:00, Walk begins at 2:00.  Walk will end at 3:00. Those of you who have served at FoodShare will find this a good opportunity to serve in another way.  Others who wish to participate may also join the walk.  We will meet as a group.

See Sr. Barbara-Jean for more information.  Thank you.

 

New Service Opportunity for Saturday, May 6th - Help is needed for MARC Prom Night here at East Catholic.  Help is needed in the afternoon, during the dance itself, and afterward to help breakdown.  Please email Lillie Doherty for more info:  lrdoherty99@gmail.com

 

Saturday May 13th from 2-6pm at MACC, the day of the Post Office Stamp Out Hunger Drive:  Volunteers are needed to help unload vans, and sort through the food. MACC expects about 15,000 pounds of food so this is a big job.  Sign up on the Campus Ministry bulletin board.

 

There are a couple of Shelter Meal slots available for May 11th and May 22nd

 at South Park.  See Mrs. Bischoff or Sr. Barbara-Jean to sign up.

 

Ultimate Frisbee:  ultimate Frisbee, on Thursday, May 4th from 2:45-4:30 at Charter Oak Field.  All are welcome.  You must have the paperwork completed to play.  See Mr. Scorso or Ms. Taylor if interested.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Day 3

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:  Cheney Tech has no school on, Tuesday, May 9th.  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.

 

Re: Senior Farewell Video - Senior Video Filming: Due to an issue with the microphone, we will be re-filming interviews in the St. Julies Center until Wednesday. If you would still like to be in the Senior Farwell Video, please stop by during your study hall to film. We will only be filming during these three days, so don't miss out on being in the video! See Will Palauskas, Tamara Chreiha, Jack Blanco, or Ben Ockert with questions.

Student Ambassadors: there will be a meeting regarding the Freshman Social on Wednesday after school in the cafeteria.

Attention students with parking spaces:  The Chalk Walk fundraiser, to purchase umbrellas for the patio tables, begins this week.  You must see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233 for permission to decorate your parking space.  The cost is $10 to decorate your space once, or $15 to decorate your space as many times as you’d like during the month of May.

Guidance:  Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications are available in the Guidance office for anyone interested in building leadership and collaborating with local government. The deadline is Friday, May 12th.  See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Service opportunities are available for the NAMI walk held at Bushnell Park in Hartford on Saturday May 20th  Especially needed is help with set up starting as early as 6:30 AM or with breakdown from noon to 1:30 or with other activities in between, such as face painting for children during the walk time 9-12.  If you are interested, please check with Sr. Barbara-Jean in Campus Ministry.

 

The Annual Food Share Walk Against Hunger will take place on Sunday, May 6th in Hartford.  Check in time is 1:00, Walk begins at 2:00.  Walk will end at 3:00. Those of you who have served at FoodShare will find this a good opportunity to serve in another way.  Others who wish to participate may also join the walk.  We will meet as a group.

See Sr. Barbara-Jean for more information.  Thank you.

 

New Service Opportunity for Saturday, May 6th - Help is needed for MARC Prom Night here at East Catholic.  Help is needed in the afternoon, during the dance itself, and afterward to help breakdown.  Please email Lillie Doherty for more info:  lrdoherty99@gmail.com

 

Student Government Elections:  Student Government Elections are scheduled for Friday, May 5th, with speeches on Thursday, May 4th.  Any student interested in running for office must see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233 to get the application.  All speeches are due on Monday, May 1st.

Attention Girls Soccer Players:  there will be a brief meeting today immediately after school in the cafeteria for any players interested in playing in the summer league.  If you are interested and cannot make the meeting please see Haley Zalcman.

Congratulations to the Boys Track Team for an outstanding performance at the Stafford Invitational.  The boys 4 x 800 Relay Team of Cooper Shifrin, Heath Olivieri, Peter Crowley, and Evan Kennedy set a new meet record in winning the event.  Patrick Regan won the 100 meters and Kevin Lanciano was the winner in the 200 meters.  Crowley, Kennedy, Shifrin and Josh Mendoza were also medalists in individual events.

 

For the girl’s team, strong performances were turned in by Molly Brown, Julia Swanson. Sophie Kisner, Elizabeth Long, Tory Accorsi and Sidney Taffe.

 

Girls tennis:  a team effort brought a 7-0 win over Manchester. Season record 5 wins 1 loss.

 

The boy’s varsity golf team behind Brady Batman with a 35 and 38s by Colin Luca and Ben Ockert shot their best score of the year in defeating South Windsor to improve their season record to 5-0.

 

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm 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

Monday, May 1, 2017

Day 2

 

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

 

Be the change you wish to see in the world.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have no school on Tuesday, May 9th.  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.

 

Re: Senior Farewell Video - Senior Video Filming: Due to an issue with the microphone, we will be re-filming interviews in the St. Julies Center until Wednesday. If you would still like to be in the Senior Farwell Video, please stop by during your study hall to film. We will only be filming during these three days, so don't miss out on being in the video! See Will Palauskas, Tamara Chreiha, Jack Blanco, or Ben Ockert with questions.

Attention students with parking spaces:  The Chalk Walk fundraiser, to purchase umbrellas for the patio tables, begins this week.  You must see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233 for permission to decorate your parking space.  The cost is $10 to decorate your space once, or $15 to decorate your space as many times as you’d like during the month of May.

Attention students - anyone interested in participating in the IEA Equestrian program at East Catholic next year needs to see Mrs. Adanti in the Main Office as soon as possible.  Registration for the team will begin this June with practices at Full Circle Farm in Manchester.

 

Guidance:  Manchester Youth Commission Membership applications are available in the Guidance office for anyone interested in building leadership and collaborating with local government. The deadline is Friday, May 12th.  See Mrs. Lacouture in the guidance office with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

Service opportunities are available for the NAMI walk held at Bushnell Park in Hartford on Saturday May 20th  Especially needed is help with set up starting as early as 6:30 AM or with breakdown from noon to 1:30 or with other activities in between, such as face painting for children during the walk time 9-12.  If you are interested, please check with Sr. Barbara-Jean in Campus Ministry.

 

The Annual Food Share Walk Against Hunger will take place on Sunday, May 6th in Hartford.  Check in time is 1:00, Walk begins at 2:00.  Walk will end at 3:00. Those of you who have served at FoodShare will find this a good opportunity to serve in another way.  Others who wish to participate may also join the walk.  We will meet as a group.

See Sr. Barbara-Jean for more information.  Thank you.

 

New Service Opportunity for Saturday, May 6th - Help is needed for MARC Prom Night here at East Catholic.  Help is needed in the afternoon, during the dance itself, and afterward to help breakdown.  Please email Lillie Doherty for more info:  lrdoherty99@gmail.com

 

Student Government Elections:  Student Government Elections are scheduled for Friday, May 5th, with speeches on Thursday, May 4th.  Any student interested in running for office must see Mr. McLaughlin in Room 233 to get the application.  All speeches are due on Monday, May 1st.

Attention Girls Soccer Players:  there will be a brief meeting on Tuesday immediately after school in the cafeteria for any players interested in playing in the summer league.  If you are interested and cannot make the meeting please see Haley Zalcman.

Girls tennis team won 7-0 over Rockville.  Doubles players Evelyn Johnson/Gianna Margaglione and Justine Canna /Carolyn Schwendy won their matches.

Girls Lacrosse:  Canton 14  -  East Catholic 13.  East Catholic goals: Alexa Weber 6, Macy Wilcox 2, Jill Mountford 1, Liv Mountford 1,  Liv Parizeau 1, Natalie Heaney 1, Cami Pasqualoni 1.  Goalie saves: East Catholic: Kiely Callahan 15.  Records: East Catholic 5-2

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:  Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoons at 2:05 pm  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.