Daily Announcements

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

 

Day 5

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

Truth is where we are and in how we live.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered on Monday, December 17th.

 

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into the Christmas baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who could not ordinarily afford it, will enjoy a Christmas meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item. See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well. All collections must be in by Tuesday, December 18th in order to have them in time for Christmas.

 

Attention all:  East Catholic’s annual Giving Trees have been set up in the student sections of the cafeteria.  Faculty and staff tree is located in the ground floor lounge. Each ornament includes instructions for a gift to be given to local children for Christmas.  Without your help, they may have nothing under their trees this year.  Your continued generosity is greatly appreciated.

 

Dress down day on Wednesday, December 12th to support Lexi & Amelia’s trip to Haiti.  $3 – money will be collected in home room.

 

Attention seniors:  the senior executive board will meet this afternoon in Room 227 at 2:00.  Please be prompt.

 

Freshman executive board:  there will be a board meeting on Wednesday in the café at 2:05.

 

Campus Ministry:

The next meeting of the Charity Club will be held this Wednesday, December 12th, at 2:05.  The meeting will be held in Campus Ministry.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Any students interested in attending the March for Life in Washington, DC, should come to Campus Ministry for details about the event ASAP.  The trip is being held January 17-18, and the registration deadline is quickly approaching.

 

Campus Ministry is pleased to host a series of Advent Lunch Discussions between now and Christmas Break.  The series of five discussions examines basic questions about the existence and nature of God, the sources of morality, and religion’s proper role in society.  The discussions will be held 5th period, and anyone is welcome to attend, either for the whole period, or just during their lunch.  The discussion’s for this week, “The Monotheistic Idea of God.” will be held on Thursday, December 13th and on Friday, December 14th, Religious Belief [or unbelief] and rationality. See Mr. McLaughlin for more details.

 

The girls’ ice hockey team: their next game will be this Friday night, at 8:20 p.m., at Newington Arena, against the Northwest Catholic co-op.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

 

Day 4

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

The willingness to forgive is a sign of spiritual and emotional maturity.  It is one of the great virtues to which we all should aspire.

 

All National Honor Society members are to be dismissed at 1:45 to board buses at the back circle to go to Julie House.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered on Monday, December 17th.

 

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into the Christmas baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who could not ordinarily afford it, will enjoy a Christmas meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item. See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well. All collections must be in by Tuesday, December 18th in order to have them in time for Christmas.

 

Beginning today, East Catholic’s annual Giving Trees will be set up in the student sections of the cafeteria.  Each ornament includes instructions for a gift to be given to local children for Christmas.  Without your help, they may have nothing under their trees this year.  Your continued generosity is greatly appreciated.

 

Dress down day on Wednesday, December 12th to support Lexi & Amelia’s trip to Haiti.  $3 – money will be collected in home room.

 

Freshman executive board:  there will be a board meeting on Wednesday in the café at 2:05.

 

Student Ambassadors:  there will be a student ambassador meeting on Tuesday, December 11th after school in the café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available for our East Catholic community on TUESDAY, DEC 11 from 12:30 - 1:30pm in the small gym.

 

The next meeting of the Charity Club will be held this Wednesday, December 12th, at 2:05.  The meeting will be held in Campus Ministry.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Any students interested in attending the March for Life in Washington, DC, should come to Campus Ministry for details about the event ASAP.  The trip is being held January 17-18, and the registration deadline is quickly approaching.

 

Campus Ministry is pleased to host a series of Advent Lunch Discussions between now and Christmas Break.  The series of five discussions examines basic questions about the existence and nature of God, the sources of morality, and religion’s proper role in society.  The discussions will be held 5th period, and anyone is welcome to attend, either for the whole period, or just during their lunch.  The discussions for this week, “The Monotheistic Idea of God.” will be held on Thursday, December 13th and on Friday, December 14th, Religious Belief [or unbelief] and rationality. See Mr. McLaughlin for more details.

 

The girls’ ice hockey team: their next game will be this Friday night, at 8:20 p.m., at Newington Arena, against the Northwest Catholic co-op.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Monday, December 10, 2018

 

Day 3

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

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

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered on Monday, December 17th.

 

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into the Christmas baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who could not ordinarily afford it, will enjoy a Christmas meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item. See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well. All collections must be in by Tuesday, December 18th in order to have them in time for Christmas.

 

Dress down day on Wednesday, December 12th to support Lexi & Amelia’s trip to Haiti.  $3 – money will be collected in home room.

 

Student Ambassadors:  there will be a student ambassador meeting on Tuesday, December 11th after school in the café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Campus Ministry:

The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available for our East Catholic community on TUESDAY, DEC 11 from 12:30 - 1:30pm in the small gym.  

 

Campus Ministry is pleased to host a series of Advent Lunch Discussions between now and Christmas Break.  The series of five discussions examines basic questions about the existence and nature of God, the sources of morality, and religion’s proper role in society.  The discussions will be held 5th period, and anyone is welcome to attend, either for the whole period, or just during their lunch.  The discussion’s for this week are “The Monotheistic Idea of God” on Thursday, December 13th and Religious Belief [or Unbelief] and Rationality on Friday, December 14th  See Mr. McLaughlin for more details.

 

The girls’ ice hockey team split two games over the weekend.  The girls defeated Daniel Hand co-op 8 to 2 on Friday night, and lost to Massachusetts No. 1 Austin Prep on the road on Saturday. The team is 2-0 in the state, and has started the season atop both the SCC North and the State rankings.  Their next game will be this Friday night, at 8:20 p.m., at Newington Arena, against the Northwest Catholic co-op.

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Thursday, December 6, 2018

 

Day 1

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

Life is an adventure in forgiveness.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School has an 11:30 dismissal on Friday, December 7th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered on Monday, December 17th.

 

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into the Christmas baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who could not ordinarily afford it, will enjoy a Christmas meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item. See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well. All collections must be in by Tuesday, December 18th in order to have them in time for Christmas.

 

Astronomy Club:  the club will meet on today after school in Room 217.  Everyone is welcome.

 

Campus Ministry:

Eucharistic Adoration will be held in the Notre Dame Chapel today.  Adoration will begin 6th period [12:32], and last until 2:30.  All are welcome to stop in during a free period and spend a quiet moment in prayer.

 

East Catholic is once again participating in the March for Life in Washington, DC.  This two-day trip is an opportunity to join with thousands of others from across the country in support of human dignity and human rights at all stages of life.  There will be an interest meeting this Thursday, December 6th, at 2:30 in Campus Ministry.  See Mr. McLaughlin for details and with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry is pleased to host a series of Advent Lunch Discussions between now and Christmas Break.  The series of five discussions examines basic questions about the existence and nature of God, the sources of morality, and religion’s proper role in society.  The discussions will be held 5th period, and anyone is welcome to attend, either for the whole period, or just during their lunch.  The first discussion, “What does the word ‘God’ mean?” will be held today, Thursday.  See Mr. McLaughlin for more details.

 

Math team: attention members - we will hold a practice today after school in Room 106 to prepare for our meet next Wednesday.

 

The girls’ varsity ice hockey team opened their season yesterday with a 3-2 road victory over last year’s SCC North Champion, and state finalist, Suffield co-op.  Freshman Maren Riley had 29 saves in goal.  Senior Allison DiPrato and Freshman Amelia Molin registered points in the win.  The team hosts Daniel Hand co-op in the home opener this Friday night, at 8:20 p.m., at the Newington Arena

 

Reminder- there is a meeting for the Girls' Swim Team immediately after school today in Ms. Taylor's room, Room 225.  Please see Ms. Taylor if you cannot attend.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

 

Day 1 [11:30 dismissal – start with day 2 Period 1 then follow Day 1 Period 1 on down]

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

Grace is getting something you don’t deserve, and mercy is not getting what you deserve.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:30 dismissal on Friday, December 7th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered on Monday, December 17th.

 

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into the Christmas baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who could not ordinarily afford it, will enjoy a Christmas meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item. See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well. All collections must be in by Tuesday, December 18th in order to have them in time for Christmas.

 

Astronomy Club:  the club will meet on Thursday after school in Room 217.  Everyone is welcome.

 

Campus Ministry:

Eucharistic Adoration will be held in the Notre Dame Chapel this Thursday, December 6th.  Adoration will begin 6th period, and last until 2:30.  All are welcome to stop in during a free period and spend a quiet moment in prayer.

 

East Catholic is once again participating in the March for Life in Washington, DC.  This two-day trip is an opportunity to join with thousands of others from across the country in support of human dignity and human rights at all stages of life.  There will be an interest meeting this Thursday, December 6, at 2:30 in Campus Ministry.  See Mr. McLaughlin with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry is pleased to host a series of Advent Lunch Discussions between now and Christmas Break.  The series of five discussions examines basic questions about the existence and nature of God, the sources of morality, and religion’s proper role in society.  The discussions will be held 5th period, and anyone is welcome to attend, either for the whole period, or just during their lunch.  The first discussion, “What does the word ‘God’ mean?” will be held this Thursday, December 6.  See Mr. McLaughlin for more details.

 

The junior class will be holding a bake sale today right after school in the front lobby.  Please come by to support the junior class.

 

Math team: attention members - we will hold a practice on Thursday after school in Room 106 to prepare for our meet next Wednesday.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

 

Day 8

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

Service is the rent we pay to be living.  It is the very purpose of life and not something you do in your spare time.

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:30 dismissal on Friday, December 7th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered on Monday, December 17th.

 

Astronomy Club:  the club will meet on Thursday after school in Room 217.  Everyone is welcome.

 

Campus Ministry:

Eucharistic Adoration will be held in the Notre Dame Chapel this Thursday, December 6th.  Adoration will begin 6th period, and last until 2:30.  All are welcome to stop in during a free period and spend a quiet moment in prayer.

 

East Catholic is once again participating in the March for Life in Washington, DC.  This two-day trip is an opportunity to join with thousands of others from across the country in support of human dignity and human rights at all stages of life.  There will be an interest meeting this Thursday, December 6, at 2:30 in Campus Ministry.  See Mr. McLaughlin with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry is pleased to host a series of Advent Lunch Discussions between now and Christmas Break.  The series of five discussions examines basic questions about the existence and nature of God, the sources of morality, and religion’s proper role in society.  The discussions will be held 5th period, and anyone is welcome to attend, either for the whole period, or just during their lunch.  The first discussion, “What does the word ‘God’ mean?” will be held this Thursday, December 6.  See Mr. McLaughlin for more details.

 

Math team: attention members - we will hold a practice on Thursday after school in Room 106 to prepare for our meet next Wednesday.

 

National Honor Society:  there will be a meeting this afternoon in Room 129.

 

Jazz Technique class:  class will be held this afternoon from 2:15-4:00 in the dance studio for anyone interested in auditioning for the upcoming musical.  Class will cover basic jazz and tap.  All are encouraged to attend regardless of previous experience.  For more information see the Stage East board or contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

The girls' ice hockey team went 2 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie Friday night in the SCC North Girls Ice Hockey Jamboree.  The team opens its season on the road against Suffield on Wednesday, and plays it first home game this Friday, against Daniel Hand, at 8:20 pm at the Newington Arena.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Monday, December 3, 2018

 

Day 7

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

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

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered on Monday, December 17th.

 

Campus Ministry:

Eucharistic Adoration will be held in the Notre Dame Chapel this Thursday, December 6.  Adoration will begin 6th period, and last until 2:30.  All are welcome to stop in during a free period and spend a quiet moment in prayer.

 

East Catholic is once again participating in the March for Life in Washington, DC.  This two-day trip is an opportunity to join with thousands of others from across the country in support of human dignity and human rights at all stages of life.  There will be an interest meeting this Thursday, December 6, at 2:30 in Campus Ministry.  See Mr. McLaughlin with any questions.

 

Campus Ministry is pleased to host a series of Advent Lunch Discussions between now and Christmas Break.  The series of five discussions examines basic questions about the existence and nature of God, the sources of morality, and religion’s proper role in society.  The discussions will be held 5th period, and anyone is welcome to attend, either for the whole period, or just during their lunch.  The first discussion, “What does the word ‘God’ mean?” will be held this Thursday, December 6.  See Mr. McLaughlin for more details.

 

National Honor Society:  there will be a meeting tomorrow [Tuesday] afternoon in Room 129.

 

Jazz Technique class:  class will be held on Tuesday, December 4th from 2:15-4:00 in the dance studio for anyone interested in auditioning for the upcoming musical.  Class will cover basic jazz and tap.  All are encouraged to attend regardless of previous experience.  For more information see the Stage East board or contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

The girls' ice hockey team went 2 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie Friday night in the SCC North Girls Ice Hockey Jamboree.  The team opens its season on the road against Suffield on Wednesday, and plays it first home game this Friday, against Daniel Hand, at 8:20 pm at the Newington Arena.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Friday, November 30, 2018

 

Day 6

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

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

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have an 11:30 dismissal on today, Friday.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered the first week of December.

Aetos Dios Robotics Team: support the team by dropping of your redeemable cans and bottles at the East Catholic main entrance on Saturday, December 1st anytime between 8:00 am and 2:00 pm.

 

Campus Ministry

Attention all:  Campus Ministry will be closed due to Kairos.  The microwave will be unavailable.

 

The Culture and Language Club will host its fall International Festival this afternoon at 2:15 in the Cafeteria. All are invited.  

 

Jazz Technique class:  class will be held on Tuesday, December 4th from 2:15-4:00 in the dance studio for anyone interested in auditioning for the upcoming musical.  Class will cover basic jazz and tap.  All are encouraged to attend regardless of previous experience.  For more information see the Stage East board or contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

This evening, Friday, November 30th, the Girls Varsity Ice Hockey team will be playing in the SCC North Jamboree at the International Skating Center in Simsbury, CT.  The team plays at 6:55 pm 7:35 pm, 8:55 pm, and 9:55 pm.  If you are in the area, please come support the girls’ ice hockey team.

Attention all boys interested in playing basketball. Reminder that tryouts begin today. Varsity and JV will tryout from 3:00-5:30 in the main gym and freshman will tryout from 5:30-7:00 in the small gym. Remember to bring all required paperwork.

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Thursday, November 29, 2018

 

Day 5

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

God doesn’t require us to succeed.  He only requires that you try.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered the first week of December.

Aetos Dios Robotics Team: support the team by dropping of your redeemable cans and bottles at the East Catholic main entrance on Saturday, December 1st anytime between 8:00 am and 2:00 pm.

 

Attention all students:  the National Honor Society academic help and tutoring is back in the St. Julie Center adjacent to the cafeteria.

 

Campus Ministry

Attention all:  Campus Ministry will be closed for the rest of the week due to Kairos.  The microwave will be unavailable.

 

Re: Manchester Manor

There will be an orientation and Volunteer Training for all students signed up for Manchester Manor this evening from 5:15—7:00 PM.  The training will be held at Manchester Manor, and is required for all new Manchester Manor volunteers.  Please see Mr. McLaughlin in Campus Ministry if you have any questions.

 

The Culture and Language Club will host its fall International Festival on Friday, November 30th at 2:15 in the Cafeteria. All are invited.  

 

There will be a brief meeting for club members this afternoon in Room 213.

 

Math Team:  the math team will hold a practice in Room 106 after school today.

 

Concert Lunch ~ Thursday, November 29th all lunch waves in the auditorium. Bring a bagged lunch, see performances or perform yourself. [no need to sign up]  All are welcome.

 

Stage Band will rehearse on Tuesday, November 27th and on Thursday, November 29th and WILL NOT rehearse on Wednesday.

 

Jazz Technique class:  class will be held on Tuesday, December 4th from 2:15-4:00 in the dance studio for anyone interested in auditioning for the upcoming musical.  Class will cover basic jazz and tap.  All are encouraged to attend regardless of previous experience.  For more information see the Stage East board or contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

National Art Honor Society:  there will be a meeting today, Thursday, after school in the art room.  New members are welcome.

Attention all boys interested in playing basketball. Reminder that tryouts begin today. Varsity and JV will tryout from 3:00-5:30 in the main gym and freshman will tryout from 5:30-7:00 in the small gym. Remember to bring all required paperwork.

Attention football players - the Banquet is Sunday December 2nd. Please turn in your banquet money to Coach Calande today.  All football equipment must be turned in immediately as well.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

 

Day 4

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

You are not the product of your circumstances.  You are a product of your decisions.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered the first week of December.

Aetos Dios Robotics Team: support the team by dropping of your redeemable cans and bottles at the East Catholic main entrance on Saturday, December 1st anytime between 8:00 am and 2:00 pm.

 

Attention all students:  the National Honor Society academic help and tutoring is back in the St. Julie Center adjacent to the cafeteria.

 

Campus Ministry

Re: Kairos

Students going on the Kairos retreat, which starts today, should bring their bags to Campus Ministry first thing in the morning.  Everyone going on the retreat will have A Lunch together in Campus Ministry, and will leave for Holy Family from there.

 

Attention All:  Beginning today (Wednesday), Campus Ministry will be closed for the rest of the week.  The microwave will be unavailable.

 

Re: Manchester Manor

There will be an orientation and Volunteer Training for all students signed up for Manchester Manor this Thursday, Nov. 29, from 5:15—7:00 PM.  The training will be held at Manchester Manor, and is required for all new Manchester Manor volunteers.  Please see Mr. McLaughlin in Campus Ministry if you have any questions.

 

The Culture and Language Club will host its fall International Festival on Friday, November 30th at 2:15 in the Cafeteria. All are invited.  

There will be a brief meeting for club members on Thursday afternoon in Room 213.

 

Guidance ~ Attention seniors, a reminder…

The University of New Haven, will be here today to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

Math Team:  the math team will hold a practice in Room 106 after school today.

 

Concert Lunch ~ Thursday, November 29th all lunch waves in the auditorium. Bring a bagged lunch, see performances or perform yourself. [no need to sign up]  All are welcome.

Stage Band will rehearse on Tuesday, November 27th and on Thursday, November 29th and WILL NOT rehearse on Wednesday.

 

Jazz Technique class:  class will be held today and again on Tuesday, December 4th from 2:15-4:00 in the dance studio for anyone interested in auditioning for the upcoming musical.  Class will cover basic jazz and tap.  All are encouraged to attend regardless of previous experience.  For more information see the Stage East board or contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

Musical information meeting:  there will be a meeting for anyone interested in being part of the cast or crew for the upcoming musical today at 2:10 in the auditorium.  Any questions contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

National Art Honor Society:  there will be a meeting on Thursday, December 6th after school in the art room.  New members are welcome.

Attention football players - the Banquet is Sunday December 2nd. Please turn in your banquet money to Coach Calande by this Thursday.  All football equipment must be turned in immediately as well.

 

Boys Swim:  there will be a mandatory meeting for the boys swim team today in Room 225 [Ms. Taylor].  We will be ordering uniforms.  If you cannot attend please contact one of the captains.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

 

Day 3

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

All you seek is already within you.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered the first week of December.

Aetos Dios Robotics Team: support the team by dropping of your redeemable cans and bottles at the East Catholic main entrance on Saturday, December 1st anytime between 8:00 am and 2:00 pm.

 

Attention all students:  the National Honor Society academic help and tutoring is back in the St. Julie Center adjacent to the cafeteria.

 

Campus Ministry

Re: Kairos:  students going on the Kairos retreat, which starts tomorrow, should bring their bags to Campus Ministry first thing in the morning.  Everyone going on the retreat will have A Lunch together in Campus Ministry, and will leave for Holy Family from there.

 

Attention All:  Beginning tomorrow (Wednesday), Campus Ministry will be closed for the rest of the week.  The microwave will be unavailable.

 

Re: Manchester Manor:  there will be an orientation and Volunteer Training for all students signed up for Manchester Manor this Thursday, Nov. 29, from 5:15—7:00 PM.  The training will be held at Manchester Manor, and is required for all new Manchester Manor volunteers.  Please see Mr. McLaughlin in Campus Ministry if you have any questions.

 

The Culture and Language Club will host its fall International Festival on Friday, November 30th at 2:15 in the Cafeteria. All are invited.  

There will be a brief meeting for club members on Thursday afternoon in Room 213.

 

Guidance ~ Attention seniors, a reminder…

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

Mock Trial:  we will have a meeting today, Tuesday, at 2:05 in Room 215.  Please share documents with Mr. Healey

 

Music Department ~

Stage Band will rehearse on Tuesday, November 27th and on Thursday, November 29th and WILL NOT rehearse on Wednesday.

 

Jazz Technique class:  class will be held today and again on Tuesday, December 4th from 2:15-4:00 in the dance studio for anyone interested in auditioning for the upcoming musical.  Class will cover basic jazz and tap.  All are encouraged to attend regardless of previous experience.  For more information see the Stage East board or contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

Musical information meeting:  there will be a meeting for anyone interested in being part of the cast or crew for the upcoming musical on Wednesday, November 28th at 2:10 in the auditorium.  Any questions contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

National Art Honor Society:  there will be a meeting on Thursday, December 6th after school in the art room.  New members are welcome.

Attention football players - the Banquet is Sunday December 2nd. Please turn in your banquet money to Coach Calande by this Thursday.  All football equipment must be turned in immediately as well.

 

Attention senior and junior football players. Western New England football will have a recruiter here at 2:00 pm today. Please report to the gym.

 

Boys Swim:  there will be a mandatory meeting for the boys swim team today in Room 225 [Ms. Taylor].  We will be ordering uniforms.  If you cannot attend please contact one of the captains.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Monday, November 26, 2018

 

Day 2

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

When you stand before God at the end of your life, you would hope that you would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, I used everything you gave me.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered the first week of December.

 

Guidance ~ Attention seniors, a reminder…

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

Mock Trial:  we will have a meeting on Tuesday, November 27th at 2:05 in Room 215.  Please share documents with Mr. Healey

 

Music Department ~

Stage Band will rehearse on Tuesday, November 27th and on Thursday, November 29th and WILL NOT rehearse on Wednesday.

 

Jazz Technique class:  class will be held on Tuesday, November 27 & Tuesday, December 4 from 2:15-4:00 in the dance studio for anyone interested in auditioning for the upcoming musical.  Class will cover basic jazz and tap.  All are encouraged to attend regardless of previous experience.  For more information see the Stage East board or contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

Musical information meeting:  there will be a meeting for anyone interested in being part of the cast or crew for the upcoming musical on Wednesday, November 28th at 2:10 in the auditorium.  Any questions contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

National Art Honor Society:  we will meet this afternoon, Monday, for all interested juniors and seniors at 2:05 in Room 133.  If you can’t make the meeting please notify Mrs. Landry.

 

Attention football players- The Banquet is Sunday December 2nd. Please turn in your banquet money to Coach Calande by Thursday.  All football equipment must be turned in immediately as well.

 

Field Hockey:  all those trying out for Field Hockey need to drop off forms to Coach Healey before the long period today.

Boys Swim:  there will be a mandatory meeting for the boys swim team on Tuesday, November 27th in Room 225 [Ms. Taylor].  We will be ordering uniforms.  If you cannot attend please contact one of the captains.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

 

Day 2 [start with Day 3 period 1 then follow Day 2 Period 1 on down]

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

Practice random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty.

 

REMINDER to all:  the Fall Fundraiser soup/cookie orders will be delivered the first week of December.

 

Due to the impending freezing weather Thanksgiving morning our football game vs. Northwest Catholic will now be played on Wednesday, November 21st at 6:00 pm.  The game will now be held at Bloomfield HS as well.  Hopefully we can see support from the East community as I know many couldn’t make it on the holiday.  Thanks to all involved as well for being flexible and making the necessary changes to benefit the football program and in the best interest of our student-athletes.  We hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

 

Guidance ~ Attention seniors, a reminder…

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

Boys Ice Hockey:  all students trying out for ice hockey MUST see Coach Healey today before end of Day!

 

Attention Football players:  Utica College will have a recruiter here today at 11:30.  Report to the gym to meet with the coach.

 

Music Department ~

Stage Band will rehearse next week on Tuesday, 11/27 & Thursday, 11/29 and WILL NOT rehearse on Wednesday.

 

Jazz Technique class:  class will be held on Tuesday, November 27 & Tuesday, December 4 from 2:15-4:00 in the dance studio for anyone interested in auditioning for the upcoming musical.  Class will cover basic jazz and tap.  All are encouraged to attend regardless of previous experience.  For more information see the Stage East board or contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

Musical information meeting:  there will be a meeting for anyone interested in being part of the cast or crew for the upcoming musical on Wednesday, November 28th at 2:10 in the auditorium.  Any questions contact Ms. Fiorentino or Caitlin Barry.

 

National Art Honor Society:  we will meet today for all interested juniors and seniors at 2:05 in Room 133.  If you can’t make the meeting please notify Mrs. Landry.

 

Powder Puff:  congratulations to the first ever Junior Powder Puff team for winning the 2018 game over the seniors.  The game MVP was Julia Swanson.

 

Attention wrestlers:  Please see Coach Cruanes in  Room 211 for the end of the day for important information.

 

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Day 1

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

The purpose of life is not to be happy.  It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.

REMINDER - ALL FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENTS:  ALL THANKSGIVING BASKET FOOD ITEMS MUST BE IN TODAY IN ORDER TO HAVE THEM IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING.

Attention seniors:  Senior quotes for the Yearbook are due today, Tuesday.  The link is posted on the portal under news. If you do not submit a quote by the deadline it will not make it into the yearbook.  Please see Ms. Sweeney in Room 109 with any questions.

Boys Tennis:  there will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing for the 2019 Boys Tennis Team this afternoon at 2:05 in Room 215.  If you are interested but cannot attend please see Coach Healey in Room 215. The meeting will only last 5 minutes!

Campus Ministry will be closed today due to the Junior Retreat.

Nazareth Farm Service Retreat / Campus Ministry will host an information session about the upcoming service retreat to Nazareth Farm, West Virginia, on Monday November 19th.  The trip is planned for February Break. All interested students are welcome to attend the meeting, which will be held in Campus Ministry immediately after school on Monday.

 

Guidance ~ Attention seniors, a reminder…

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

Indoor track:  there will be an informational meeting for all students interested in trying out for the indoor track team today at 2:10 in the back gym.

National Art Honor Society: there will be a meeting for all returning members on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:05 in Room 133.

Powder Puff game:  the game will be played this afternoon, November 20th at 2:30pm.  Come support the players and enjoy the game.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, November 19, 2018

Day 8

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

Reflect on your present blessings, of which every man has many – not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.

REMINDER - ALL FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENTS:  ALL THANKSGIVING BASKET FOOD ITEMS MUST BE IN TODAY IN ORDER TO HAVE THEM IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING.

Attention seniors:  Senior quotes for the Yearbook are due today, Monday.  The link is posted on the portal under news.  If you do not submit a quote by the deadline it will not make it into the yearbook.  Please see Ms. Sweeney in Room 109 with any questions.

Boys Tennis:  there will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing for the 2019 Boys Tennis Team this afternoon at 2:05 in Room 215.  If you are interested but cannot attend please see Coach Healey in Room 215.  The meeting will only last 5 minutes!

Nazareth Farm Service Retreat / Campus Ministry will host an information session about the upcoming service retreat to Nazareth Farm, West Virginia, on Monday November 19th.  The trip is planned for February Break.  All interested students are welcome to attend the meeting, which will be held in Campus Ministry immediately after school on Monday.

 

Guidance ~ Attention seniors, a reminder…

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

Indoor track:  there will be an informational meeting for all students interested in trying out for the indoor track team today at 2:10 in the back gym.

National Art Honor Society: there will be a meeting for all returning members on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:05 in Room 133.

National Honor Society shirts have arrived.  If you ordered a shirt please stop by Room 129 to pick it up.

 

Powder Puff game:  the game will be played on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:30pm.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Friday, November 16, 2018

Day 7

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

How you do anything is how you do everything.

REMINDER - ALL FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENTS:  ALL THANKSGIVING BASKET FOOD ITEMS MUST BE IN BY MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH IN ORDER TO HAVE THEM IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING.

Attention seniors:  Senior quotes for the Yearbook are due today, Monday, November 19th.  The link is posted on the portal under news.  If you do not submit a quote by the deadline it will not make it into the yearbook.  Please see Ms. Sweeney in Room 109 with any questions.

Boys Tennis:  there will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing for the 2019 Boys Tennis Team this afternoon at 2:05 in Room 215.  If you are interested but cannot attend please see Coach Healey in Room 215.  The meeting will only last 5 minutes!

Nazareth Farm Service Retreat / Campus Ministry will host an information session about the upcoming service retreat to Nazareth Farm, West Virginia, on Monday November 19th.  The trip is planned for February Break.  All interested students are welcome to attend the meeting, which will be held in Campus Ministry immediately after school on Monday.

 

Classics Club:  the club will hold a bake sale during and after school today to raise money for our trip the CT State Latin Day.  Please show your support! Thank you!

 

Guidance ~ Attention seniors, a reminder…

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

Indoor track:  there will be an informational meeting for all students interested in trying out for the indoor track team on Monday, November 19th at 2:10 in the back gym.

National Art Honor Society: there will be a meeting for all returning members on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:05 in Room 133.

National Honor Society:  we will be holding a dress down day on Friday, November 16th.aThe cost will be $3.00.  Proceeds will go towards purchasing Christmas presents for the sisters at St. Julie House.

 

National Honor Society shirts have arrived.  If you ordered a shirt please stop by Room 129 to pick it up.

 

Powder Puff game:  the game will be played on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:30pm.

 

 Girls’ Swim & Dive:  the team placed 4th in the Class S State Finals last night.  Strong swimming & diving by Tess Penders, Lexi Weir, Amelia Martin, Sam Whapples, Thalia Crowley, Emma Wojnarowski, Maeve Williams, Jenna Swist, and Paige Sciarra led the team.  This weekend East will be represented at the State Opens by Tess Penders, Lexi Weir, Thalia Crowley, Jenna Swist and Emma Wojnarowski

 

Student Government Dodge Ball Tournament:  Student Government is hosting a dodge ball tournament this evening to raise money to buy turkeys for the Thanksgiving baskets.  Each team consists of 8 players, fee is $80. 7:00-10:00pm in the Main Gym. Sign up deadline was Thursday in Room 111 at 2:00.  Any question see Mrs. Grzybowski.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Day 6

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

Be your best self.

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into Thanksgiving baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who cannot afford it, will enjoy a Thanksgiving meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item. See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well. All collections must be in by Monday, November 19th in order to have them in time for Thanksgiving.

Attention seniors:  Senior quotes for the Yearbook are due on Monday, November 19th.  The link is posted on the portal under news.  If you do not submit a quote by the deadline it will not make it into the yearbook.  Please see Ms. Sweeney in Room 109 with any questions.

Boys Tennis:  there will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing for the 2019 Boys Tennis Team on Friday, November 16th at 2:05 in Room 215.  If you are interested but cannot attend please see Coach Healey in Room 215.  The meeting will only last 5 minutes!

Culture & Language Club: the Culture and Language Club will meet today in Room 213 to plan the upcoming International Festival that will be held on November 30th.  New members are welcome.

Campus Ministry – Kairos: reminder to all students signed up for the November Kairos: - Full payment is due to Campus Ministry by this Thursday, Nov. 15th.  Any special arrangements need to be made with Mr. McLaughlin in advance.

 

Nazareth Farm Service Retreat / Campus Ministry will host an information session about the upcoming service retreat to Nazareth Farm, West Virginia, on Monday November 19th.  The trip is planned for February Break.  All interested students are welcome to attend the meeting, which will be held in Campus Ministry immediately after school on Monday.

 

Campus Ministry will be closed today during the long period.

 

Classics Club:  the club will meet today after school in Room 211.

 

Classics Club:  the club will hold a bake sale during and after school on Friday, November 16th to raise money for our trip the CT State Latin Day.  Please show your support! Thank you!

 

Guidance ~ Attention seniors, a reminder…

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

Human rights club will meet on Thursday, November 15th from 2:05-2:20 to hear about Social Justice Concerns.  Please make sure to attend.

Indoor track:  there will be an informational meeting for all students interested in trying out for the indoor track team on Monday, November 19th at 2:10 in the back gym.

National Art Honor Society: there will be a meeting for all returning members on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:05 in Room 133.

National Honor Society:  we will be holding a dress down day on Friday, November 16th.aThe cost will be $3.00.  Proceeds will go towards purchasing Christmas presents for the sisters at St. Julie House.

 

National Honor Society shirts have arrived.  If you ordered a shirt please stop by Room 129 to pick it up.

 

Photography Club:  we will meet today, Thursday, at 2:05 in Room 140.

Powder Puff game:  the game will be played on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:30pm.

 

Girls’ Swim & Dive:  the team placed 4th in the Class S State Finals last night.  Strong swimming & diving by Tess Penders, Lexi Weir, Amelia Martin, Sam Whapples, Thalia Crowley, Emma Wojnarowski, Maeve Williams, Jenna Swist, and Paige Sciarra led the team.  This weekend East will be represented at the State Opens by  Tess Penders, Lexi Weir, Thalia Crowley, Jenna Swist and Emma Wojnarowski

 

Dodge Ball Tournament:  Student Government will be hosting a Dodge Ball Tournament this Friday to raise money to buy turkeys for the Thanksgiving baskets.  Each team consists of 8 players, fee is $80. 7:00-10:00 pm in the Main Gym. Sign up in Room 111, deadline is Thursday at 2:00.  Any question see Mrs. Grzybowski.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Day 5

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny sparks of possibility into the flames of achievement.

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into Thanksgiving baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who could not ordinarily afford it, will enjoy a Thanksgiving meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item. See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well. All collections must be in by Monday, November 19th in order to have them in time for Thanksgiving.

Culture & Language Club: the Culture and Language Club will meet this Thursday in Room 213 to plan the upcoming International Festival that will be held on November 30th.  New members are welcome.

POSTPONED - Coffee House Performance has been postponed.

 

Freshman Executive Board:  there will be a meeting today after school at 2:05 in Room 216.  All students who applied to be on the board should attend.

 

Campus Ministry – Kairos: reminder to all students signed up for the November Kairos: - Full payment is due to Campus Ministry by this Thursday, Nov. 15th.  Any special arrangements need to be made with Mr. McLaughlin in advance.

Guidance ~ Attention seniors, a reminder…

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

Human rights club will meet November 14th  & November 15th from 2:05-2:20 to hear about Social Justice concerns.  Please make sure to attend.

Indoor Track:  there will be an informational meeting for all students interested in trying out for the indoor track team on Monday, November 19th at 2:10 in the back gym.

National Honor Society:  we will be holding a dress down day on Friday, November 16th.  The cost will be $3.00.  Proceeds will go towards purchasing Christmas presents for the sisters at St. Julie House.

 

Photography Club:  we will meet on Thursday, November 15th, at 2:05 in Room 140.

 

Senior Powder Puff Reminder:  practice today [Wednesday] at 2:30.  Meet in Room 215 and please dress warmly.

Boys Tennis:  there will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing for the 2019 Boys Tennis Team on Friday, November 16th at 2:05 in Room 215.  If you are interested but cannot attend please see Coach Healey in Room 215.  Meeting will only last 5 minutes!

 

Dodge Ball tournament:  Student Government will be hosting a dodge ball tournament this Friday to raise money to buy turkeys for the Thanksgiving baskets.  Each team consists of 8 players, fee is $80. Sign up in Room 111, deadline is Thursday at 2:00.  Any question see Mrs. Grzybowski.  7:00-10:00 pm in the Main Gym.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Day 4

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

There can be no peace without justice and respect for human rights.

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into Thanksgiving baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who could not ordinarily afford it, will enjoy a Thanksgiving meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item. See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well. All collections must be in by Monday, November 19th in order to have them in time for Thanksgiving.

Movember:  please note that today, Tuesday, November 13th is the last day to purchase a ribbon.  Ribbons can be purchased in Room 111 before and after school.

Campus Ministry – Kairos: reminder to all students signed up for the November Kairos:  Full payment is due to Campus Ministry by this Thursday, Nov. 15.  Any special arrangements need to be made with Mr. McLaughlin in advance.

Coffee House Performance:  join us at the Coffee House on Wednesday, November 14th at 6:00pm in the Café for music, coffee and dessert. Admission is $5.00

 

Freshman Executive Board:  there will be a meeting on Wednesday after school at 2:05 in Room 216.  All students who applied to be on the board should attend.

 

Guidance ~

Attention seniors, a reminder…

Central Connecticut State University, will be here today, Tuesday, November 13th to offer an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

National Honor Society:  we will be holding a dress down day on Friday, November 16th.  The cost will be $3.00.  Proceeds will go towards purchasing Christmas presents for the sisters at St. Julie House.

 

Photography Club:  we will meet on Tuesday, November 15th at 2:05 in Room 140.

 

Student Ambassadors: there will be a meeting today, Tuesday, November 13th at 2:05 in the Café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Senior Powder Puff Reminder:  practice tomorrow at 2:30.  Meet in Room 215 and please dress warmly.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Monday, November 12, 2018

 

 What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

War! Nothing in the world is more terrible than the dead and wounded.  We must always work and pray for peace.

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into Thanksgiving baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who could not ordinarily afford it, will enjoy a Thanksgiving meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item. See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well. All collections must be in by Monday, November 19th in order to have them in time for Thanksgiving.

Movember:  please note that today, Tuesday, November 13th is the last day to purchase a ribbon.  Ribbons can be purchased in Room 111 before and after school.

Attention seniors, a reminder…

Central Connecticut State University, will be here today, Tuesday, November 13th to offer an “Instant Decision Day”.  

 

The University of New Haven, will be here on Wednesday, November 28th to offer East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

National Honor Society:  we will be holding a dress down day on Friday, November 16th.  The cost will be $3.00.  Proceeds will go towards purchasing Christmas presents for the sisters at St. Julie House.

 

Student Ambassadors: there will be a meeting on Tuesday, November 13th at 2:05 in the Café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Photography Club:  we will meet on Thursday, November 15th at 2:05 in Room 140.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Friday, November 9, 2018

Day 3

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

The more difficult the times are, the more we must expect and hope for everything from the goodness of the good God.

 

Attention all Faculty, Staff & Students:  Student Government is collecting food items to be put into Thanksgiving baskets for families in need.  With your help, a number of families who could not ordinarily afford it, will enjoy a Thanksgiving meal.  Everyone is asked to bring in at least one item.  See your homeroom teacher to find out which menu item is being collected from your homeroom.  Staff, please stop by the first faculty lounge to find out which items you may contribute as well.  All collections must be in by Monday, November 19th in order to have them in time for Thanksgiving.

Attention all sophomores:  a reminder – Balfour Ring Family Night, November 12th, 6:00-7:00 pm in the cafeteria.  All sophomores should plan to attend with their parents. This is an opportunity to purchase your class ring and have it sized.

 

Digital Animation:  the club is having a meeting today after school in Room 140.   No experience is necessary.

 

Attention Human Rights Club:  We will meet both November 8th and November 9th from 2:05-2:25 in Room 246 to make preparations for our social justice week next week. Please plan on attending both or at least one of the meetings.  We need all hands on deck for this!

See Mrs. Marcucio with any questions.

 

National Honor Society:  we will be holding a dress down day on Friday, November 16th.  The cost will be $3.00.  Proceeds will go towards purchasing Christmas presents for the sisters at St. Julie House.

 

Student Ambassadors: there will be a meeting on Tuesday, November 13th at 2:05 in the Café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

The Student Government is once again sponsoring the East Catholic Movember Fundraiser.  Students may purchase a blue Movember ribbon for $5 before and after school in Room 111. This entitles boys to grow their facial hair until December 2nd, and girls may wear sneakers (NO MOCCASINS) during the same period.  All proceeds will be donated to the Movember foundation, which funds research for prostate cancer and other men’s health issues.  PLEASE NOTE THAT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH IS THE LAST DAY TO PURCHASE A RIBBON.

Attention seniors, a reminder…

Central Connecticut State University, Tuesday, November 13th and the University of New Haven, Wednesday, November 28th are offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

The HOBY Leadership Conference is coming to CT.  HOBY is the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership program, and is open to current sophomores.  Each year, students from all over the state gather on a college campus to spend 3-4 days engaging in leadership development activities from three perspectives; individual, group, and societal.  There will be an essay prompt given to students to help the committee select the best candidates.

 

Junior Powder Puff: there will be a practice today, Friday, immediately after school in Room 140.  See Mr. Scorso for details or with any questions.

 

Ski Club:  today, Friday, November 9th is the Ski club deadline to sign up.  Sign up forms are in the main office.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Day 2

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.

 

Attention all sophomores:  a reminder – Balfour Ring Family Night, November 12th, 6:00-7:00 pm in the cafeteria.  All sophomores should plan to attend with their parents. This is an opportunity to purchase your class ring and have it sized.

 

Congratulations to Victoria Jones for winning the $50 cash first prize for the fall fundraiser. Her sales were an amazing $749!!  All participants will be eligible for the $50 raffle drawing.  Prizes will be awarded at product pick up day. Thank you everyone for supporting ECHS.

 

Attention Human Rights Club:  We will meet both November 8th and November 9th from 2:05-2:25 in Room 246 to make preparations for our social justice week next week. Please plan on attending both or at least one of the meetings.  We need all hands on deck for this!

See Mrs. Marcucio with any questions.

 

Classics Club:  there will be a very brief meeting today immediately after school for all members who can attend in Room 202.

 

Student Ambassadors: there will be a meeting on Tuesday, November 13th at 2:05 in the Café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

The Student Government is once again sponsoring the East Catholic Movember Fundraiser.  Students may purchase a blue Movember ribbon for $5 before and after school in Room 111. This entitles boys to grow their facial hair until December 2nd, and girls may wear sneakers (NO MOCCASINS) during the same period.  All proceeds will be donated to the Movember foundation, which funds research for prostate cancer and other men’s health issues.  PLEASE NOTE THAT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH IS THE LAST DAY TO PURCHASE A RIBBON.

Attention seniors, a reminder…

Central Connecticut State University, Tuesday, November 13th and the University of New Haven, Wednesday, November 28th are offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

Attention seniors:  

College visits for this week ~

Monday, November 5th – Jesuit College Fair

Tuesday, November 6th - Iona College, College of New Jersey

Wednesday, November 7th – American International College, Hofstra University

Thursday, November 8th – Westfield State University

 

The HOBY Leadership Conference is coming to CT.  HOBY is the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership program, and is open to current sophomores.  Each year, students from all over the state gather on a college campus to spend 3-4 days engaging in leadership development activities from three perspectives; individual, group, and societal.  There will be an essay prompt given to students to help the committee select the best candidates.

Powder Puff:  there will be a junior Powder Puff practice on Friday immediately after school in Room 140.  See Mr. Scorso for details or with any questions.

 

Ski Club: the Ski club deadline to sign up is Friday, November 9th.  Sign up forms are in the main office.

 

Thank you to our volleyball team for an amazing showing last night in the 2nd round of the state tournament.  Although coming up short in an exciting 5 set match we appreciate the pride and effort shown by the squad!  Thank you to all the fans, especially the student section, for the support too!”

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Day 1

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

You cannot see ME, but I am the light you see by.  You cannot hear ME, but I am the sound you hear by.  You cannot know ME, but I am the truth by which you live.

 

Attention all sophomores:  a reminder – Balfour Ring Family Night, November 12th, 6:00-7:00pm in the cafeteria.  All sophomores should plan to attend with their parents. This is an opportunity to purchase your class ring and have it sized.

 

Congratulations to Victoria Jones for winning the $50 cash first prize for the fall fundraiser. Her sales were an amazing $749!!  All participants will be eligible for the $50 raffle drawing.  Prizes will be awarded at product pick up day. Thank you everyone for supporting ECHS

 

The Student Government is once again sponsoring the East Catholic Movember Fundraiser.  Students may purchase a blue Movember ribbon for $5 before and after school in Room 111. This entitles boys to grow their facial hair until December 2nd, and girls may wear sneakers (NO MOCCASINS) during the same period.  All proceeds will be donated to the Movember foundation, which funds research for prostate cancer and other men’s health issues.

National Honor Society:  there will be a meeting today, Wednesday, November 7th at 2:10 in Room 129.  Please be prompt.

The HOBY Leadership Conference is coming to CT.  HOBY is the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership program, and is open to current sophomores.  Each year, students from all over the state gather on a college campus to spend 3-4 days engaging in leadership development activities from three perspectives; individual, group, and societal.  There will be an essay prompt given to students to help the committee select the best candidates.

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University, Tuesday, November 13th and the University of New Haven, Wednesday, November 28th are offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  

 

College visits for this week ~

Monday, November 5th – Jesuit College Fair

Tuesday, November 6th - Iona College, College of New Jersey

Wednesday, November 7th – American International College, Hofstra University

Thursday, November 8th – Westfield State University

 

Powder Puff Football: there will be a very brief BUT IMPORTANT Powder Puff meeting for those playing in this year’s game on Wednesday Nov 7th at 2:05 in Room 215.  The team that has the largest majority in attendance will have the opportunity to vote on a change to this year’s game!  Please attend.  Practices will also be discussed.

 

Volleyball Team:  the team won the first round of the Class S State Tournament.  The team plays at home tonight at 6:00pm.  It will be the ONLY home game we will have so please come out and support their road to the Finals!

 

Ski Club: the Ski club deadline to sign up is Friday, November 9th.  Sign up forms are in the main office.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Day 8

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

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

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have no school today, Tuesday November 6th.  Also, there will be no school on Monday, November 12th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation these days.

 

Attention students:  we are extending the Spirit Day in recognition of the Jazz Band to the entire school. Today, Tuesday, November 6th will be Spirit Day at East recognizing their performances at the Archbishop’s Donor Recognition dinner.

Congratulations to Victoria Jones for winning the $50 cash first prize  for the fall fundraiser. Her sales were an amazing $749!!  All participants will be eligible for the $50 raffle drawing.  Prizes will be awarded at product pick up day. Thank you everyone for supporting ECHS

The Student Government is once again sponsoring the East Catholic Movember Fundraiser.  Students may purchase a blue Movember ribbon for $5 before and after school in Room 111. This entitles boys to grow their facial hair until December 2nd, and girls may wear sneakers (NO MOCCASINS) during the same period.  All proceeds will be donated to the Movember foundation, which funds research for prostate cancer and other men’s health issues.

Culture & Language Club:  the club will meet today, Tuesday, November 6th in Room 213 to plan the upcoming International Festival.  All are welcome.

 

National Honor Society:  there will be a meeting on Wednesday, November 7th at 2:10 in Room 129.  Please be prompt.

Powder Puff Football: there will be a very brief but important Powder Puff meeting for those playing in this year’s game on Wednesday Nov 7th at 2:05 in Room 215.  The team that has the largest majority in attendance will have the opportunity to vote on a change to this year’s game!  Please attend.  Practices will also be discussed.

Volleyball Team:  the team won the first round of the Class S State Tournament last night.  The team plays at home tomorrow night at 6:00pm.  Please come out to support their road to the Finals!

Ski Club: the Ski club deadline to sign up is Friday, November 9th.  Sign up forms are in the main office.

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University, Tuesday, November 13th and the University of New Haven, Wednesday, November 28th are offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  

 

College visits for this week ~

Monday, November 5th – Jesuit College Fair

Tuesday, November 6th - Iona College, College of New Jersey

Wednesday, November 7th – American International College, Hofstra University

Thursday, November 8th – Westfield State University

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, November 5, 2018

Day 7

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

The purpose of life is a life of purpose.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have no school on Tuesday, November 6th.  Also no school on Monday, November 12th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation these days.

 

Attention students:  we are extending the Spirit Day in recognition of the Jazz Band to the entire school. Tuesday, November 6th will be Spirit Day at East recognizing their performances at the Archbishop’s Donor Recognition dinner.

 

The Student Government is once again sponsoring the East Catholic Movember Fundraiser.  Students may purchase a blue Movember ribbon for $5 before and after school in Room 111. This entitles boys to grow their facial hair until December 2nd, and girls may wear sneakers (NO MOCCASINS) during the same period.  All proceeds will be donated to the Movember foundation, which funds research for prostate cancer and other men’s health issues.

E.C.H.O: attention students - there will be a meeting on Monday, November 5th, at 2:15 pm in Room 227, for anyone interested in learning more about the school newspaper.  No experience necessary - all are welcome!

 

Culture & Language Club:  the club will meet on Tuesday, November 6th in Room 213 to plan the upcoming International Festival.  All are welcome.

 

Girls Powder Puff Football:  any junior or senior girls interested in playing in the 2018 powder puff game must pick up a form and pay for a shirt no later than today in home room.  The game will be held on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:30pm.  Any questions see Coach Healey in Room 215.

 

National Honor Society:  there will be a meeting on Wednesday, November 7th at 2:10 in Room 129.  Please be prompt.

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University, Tuesday, November 13th and the University of New Haven, Wednesday, November 28th are offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  

 

College visits for this week ~

Monday, November 5th – Jesuit College Fair

Tuesday, November 6th - Iona College, College of New Jersey

Wednesday, November 7th – American International College, Hofstra University

Thursday, November 8th – Westfield State University

 

Ski Club: the Ski club deadline to sign up is Friday, November 9th.  Sign up forms are in the main office.

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Friday, November 2, 2018

Day 6

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

A little bit of mercy makes the world less cold and more just.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have no school on Tuesday, November 6th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day.

 

Attention students:  we are extending the Spirit Day in recognition of the Jazz Band to the entire school. Tuesday, November 6th will be Spirit Day at East recognizing their performances at the Archbishop’s Donor Recognition dinner.

 

The Student Government is once again sponsoring the East Catholic Movember Fundraiser.  Students may purchase a blue Movember ribbon for $5 before and after school in the main lobby. This entitles boys to grow their facial hair until December 2nd, and girls may wear sneakers during the same period.  All proceeds will be donated to the Movember foundation, which funds research for prostate cancer and other men’s health issues.

Attention all:  During the month of November, East Catholic honors our beloved alumni, faculty and staff who have passed away.  Students and families are welcome to attend the school’s annual Alumni, Faculty and Staff Memorial Mass.  This special remembrance will be held on Sunday, November 4th at 2:00pm in the school auditorium.  Contact Liz Griffin in the Advancement Office with any questions:  860-649-5339 x6236

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

E.C.H.O: attention students - there will be a meeting on Monday, November 5th, at 2:15 pm in Room 227, for anyone interested in learning more about the school newspaper.  No experience necessary - all are welcome!

 

Girls Powder Puff Football:  any junior or senior girls interested in playing in the 2018 powder puff game must pick up a form and pay for a shirt by Friday, November 2nd by end of school.  Game will be held on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:30pm.  Any questions see Coach Healey in Room 215.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

No college visits today.

 

College visits for next week ~

Monday, November 5th – Jesuit College Fair

Tuesday, November 6th - Iona College, College of New Jersey

Wednesday, November 7th – American International College, Hofstra University

Thursday, November 8th – Westfield State University

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Day 5

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Time is a great master.  Let it pass.  It will teach you a lot.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have no school on Tuesday, November 6th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day.

 

The Student Government is once again sponsoring the East Catholic Movember Fundraiser.  Students may purchase a blue Movember ribbon for $5 before or after school in the main lobby.  This entitles boys to grow their facial hair until December 2nd, and girls may wear sneakers during the same period.  All proceeds will be donated to the Movember foundation, which funds research for prostate cancer and other men’s health issues.  

Attention all:  During the month of November, East Catholic honors our beloved alumni, faculty and staff who have passed away.  Students and families are welcome to attend the school’s annual Alumni, Faculty and Staff Memorial Mass.  This special remembrance will be held on Sunday, November 4th at 2:00pm in the school auditorium.  Contact Liz Griffin in the Advancement Office with any questions:  860-649-5339 x6236

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

Attention students:  there will be a meeting on Monday, November 5th, at 2:15 pm in Room 227, for anyone interested in learning more about the school newspaper.  No experience necessary - all are welcome!

2018 Girls Powder Puff Football:  any junior or senior girls interested in playing in the 2018 powder puff game must pick up a form and pay for a shirt by Friday, November 2nd by end of school.  Game will be held on Tuesday, November 20th at 2:30pm.  Any questions see Coach Healey  in Room 215.

 

Ski Club:  there will be a Ski Club meeting in Room 113 today at 2:10 pm.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 29th – Becker College, Suffolk University

Tuesday, October 30th – Holy Apostles College and Seminary, University of New England

Wednesday, October 31 – SUNY – Albany, NY, US Army

Thursday, November 1 – Seton Hall University, University of Southern Maine, Springfield College

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Day 4

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

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

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have no school on Tuesday, November 6th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day.

 

Attention all:  During the month of November, East Catholic honors our beloved alumni, faculty and staff who have passed away.  Students and families are welcome to attend the school’s annual Alumni, Faculty and Staff Memorial Mass.  This special remembrance will be held on Sunday, November 4th at 2:00pm in the school auditorium.  Contact Liz Griffin in the Advancement Office with any questions:  860-649-5339 x6236

 

Student Ambassadors: If you missed yesterday’s meeting and are planning on helping at Open House, please see Ms. Sweeney in Admissions before the end of the day today.

 

The math team will hold a practice today in room 106 after school.

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

Attention students:  there will be a meeting on Monday, November 5th, at 2:15 pm in Room 227, for anyone interested in learning more about the school newspaper.  No experience necessary - all are welcome!

 

National Honor Society Halloween Bake Sale: we will be having a bake sale today during lunch waves in the café.  The ghoulish goodies and spooky sweets will be on sale for $1 each.

 

Boys Ice Hockey:  all those interested in playing MUST attend a very brief but MANDATORY meeting today right after school in Room 215.  Any questions see Coach Healey.

 

Ski Club:  there will be a Ski Club meeting in Room 113 on Thursday, November 1st at 2:10 pm.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 29th – Becker College, Suffolk University

Tuesday, October 30th – Holy Apostles College and Seminary, University of New England

Wednesday, October 31 – SUNY – Albany, NY, US Army

Thursday, November 1 – Seton Hall University, University of Southern Maine, Springfield College

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Day 3

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

One day, the good God will ask an account of us for all the good we have left undone by or own fault.

 

Attention all faculty & students:  the Julie Center is closed for maintenance.  The National Honor Society tutors will be tutoring in the library until further notice.

 

There will be a mandatory student ambassador meeting for anyone helping with Open House, today, after school in the café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Attention all:  During the month of November, East Catholic honors our beloved alumni, faculty and staff who have passed away.  Students and families are welcome to attend the school’s annual Alumni, Faculty and Staff Memorial Mass.  This special remembrance will be held on Sunday, November 4th at 2:00pm in the school auditorium.  Contact Liz Griffin in the Advancement Office with any questions:  860-649-5339 x6236

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

National Honor Society Halloween Bake Sale:  on Wednesday, October 31st we will be having a bake sale during lunch waves in the café.  The ghoulish goodies and spooky sweets will be on sale for $1 each.

 

Ski Club:  there will be a Ski Club meeting in Room 113 on Thursday, November 1st at 2:10 pm.

 

Reminder to all students:  the deadline for submission of entries for the Veterans of Foreign Wars scholarship is Wednesday, October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 29th – Becker College, Suffolk University

Tuesday, October 30th – Holy Apostles College and Seminary, University of New England

Wednesday, October 31 – SUNY – Albany, NY, US Army

Thursday, November 1 – Seton Hall University, University of Southern Maine, Springfield College

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, October 29, 2018

Day 2

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

The good god would not leave us on the road without giving us light and grace.

 

Attention all faculty & students:  the Julie Center is closed for maintenance.  The National Honor Society tutors will be tutoring in the library until further notice.

 

There will be a mandatory student ambassador meeting for anyone helping with Open House, on Tuesday, October 30, after school in the café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Attention all:  During the month of November, East Catholic honors our beloved alumni, faculty and staff who have passed away.  Students and families are welcome to attend the school’s annual Alumni, Faculty and Staff Memorial Mass.  This special remembrance will be held on Sunday, November 4th at 2:00pm in the school auditorium.  Contact Liz Griffin in the Advancement Office with any questions:  860-649-5339 x6236

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

Charity Club:  the club will hold a meeting in Campus Ministry today after school.  New members are welcome.

 

National Honor Society Halloween Bake Sale:  on Wednesday, October 31st we will be having a bake sale during lunch waves in the café.  The ghoulish goodies and spooky sweets will be on sale for $1 each.

 

The boys and girls cross country teams had a fantastic state class meet on Friday.

The boys team earned the state class SS runner up title but their combined times beat the state champs.  Heath Olivieri placed second with a PR on the course. Andrew Ferruolo had a spectacular race and earn All state honors along with Heath. Fiona Crowley earned a chance to represent East Catholic at the state open this Friday along with the whole boys team.  Caeden Bailey, EJ Wilson, John Paul Oei, Israel Caro and Greg Sadlak had strong races. Molly Brown, Rebecca Villanueva and Amber Grzybowski also ran well.

 

Ski Club:  there will be a Ski Club meeting in Room 113 on Thursday, November 1st at 2:10 pm.

 

Reminder to all students:  the deadline for entries for the Veterans of Foreign Wars scholarship is on Wednesday, October 31st. The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 29th – Becker College, Suffolk University

Tuesday, October 30th – Holy Apostles College and Seminary, University of New England

Wednesday, October 31 – SUNY – Albany, NY, US Army

Thursday, November 1 – Seton Hall University, University of Southern Maine, Springfield College

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik 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 check out the new items and do some shopping.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Friday, October 26, 2018

Day 1

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

May the good God give you kindness towards others and good will in everything!

 

Attention all:  During the month of November, East Catholic honors our beloved alumni, faculty and staff who have passed away.  Students and families are welcome to attend the school’s annual Alumni, Faculty and Staff Memorial Mass.  This special remembrance will be held on Sunday, November 4th at 2:00pm in the school auditorium.  Contact Liz Griffin in the Advancement Office with any questions:  860-649-5339 x6236

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

Charity Club:  the club will hold a meeting after school in Campus Ministry on Monday, October 29th.  New members are welcome.

 

National Honor Society Halloween Bake Sale:  on Wednesday, October 31st we will be having a bake sale during lunch waves in the café.  The ghoulish goodies and spooky sweets will be on sale for $1 each.

 

Ski Club:  there will be a Ski Club meeting in Room 113 on Thursday, November 1st at 2:10 pm.

 

Please come dressed in your favorite costume for a spooktacular evening of fun and support our varsity football team as they play against Plainville home tonight at 6:30.

 

REMINDER FALL FUNDRAISER EXTENSION: today is the final turn-in day for the Fall Fundraiser.  All orders MUST BE TURNED IN TO THE MAIN OFFICE BY THE END OF THE DAY. Delivery will be the first week of December. $50 cash prize to students with highest sales and $50 cash raffle to all participants. Let’s make this the best ever!  Thank you for supporting ECHS!

 

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22nd – 26th is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place today, Friday 8:00-12:00 in the Dance Studio.  Forms available in the main office.

 

Reminder to all students:  the deadline for the Veterans of Foreign Wars scholarship is on Wednesday, October 31st. The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 22nd – Emmanuel College, Worcester Poly Tech

Tuesday, October 23rd – Lynn University (Boca Raton, FL)

Wednesday, October 24th – Saint Joseph’s University – PA, University of Lynchburg

Thursday, October 25th– Stonehill College, Western New England University, Albertus                                        Magnus College

Friday, October 26th – Roger Williams University, University of Dayton

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, October 24, 2018

Day 8

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the greatest intention.

 

Attention all:  During the month of November, East Catholic honors our beloved alumni, faculty and staff who have passed away.  Students and families are welcome to attend the school’s annual Alumni, Faculty and Staff Memorial Mass.  This special remembrance will be held on Sunday, November 4th at 2:00pm in the school auditorium.  Contact Liz Griffin in the Advancement Office with any questions:  860-649-5339 x6236

 

Attention Human Rights Club:  We will meet today at 2:05 in Room 246 to make plans for our social justice week.  Please make every effort to attend.  New members are welcome.

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

REMINDER DEADLINE EXTENSION: the due date for our Fall Fundraiser has been extended to Friday, October 26th.  All orders must be turned in by the end of the day. Delivery will be the first week of December. $50 cash prize to students with highest sales and $50 cash raffle to all participants. Let’s make this the best ever!  Thank you for supporting ECHS!

 

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22nd – 26th is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Dance Studio.  Forms available in the main office.

 

Photography Club:  if you were unable to make the meeting on the 18th there will be another this afternoon after school at 2:05 in Room 140.

 

Attention all boys interested in trying out for basketball:  there will be an informational meeting immediately after school today in the cafeteria.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 22nd – Emmanuel College, Worcester Poly Tech

Tuesday, October 23rd – Lynn University (Boca Raton, FL)

Wednesday, October 24th – Saint Joseph’s University – PA, University of Lynchburg

Thursday, October 25th– Stonehill College, Western New England University, Albertus Magnus College

Friday, October 26th – Roger Williams University, University of Dayton

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Day 7

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

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

 

Attention Human Rights Club:  We will meet this Thursday, October 25th at 2:05 in Room 246 to make plans for our social justice week.  Please make every effort to attend.  New members are welcome.

 

The first meeting of the Charity Club will be held today, Wednesday, at 2:05 in Campus Ministry.  Any interested students are welcome.

 

The math team will hold a practice today after school in room 106.  Please make every effort to attend."

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.  See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

 

REMINDER DEADLINE: all orders for our Fall Fundraiser are due on Thursday, October 25th.  Delivery will be the first week of December. $50 cash prize to students with highest sales and $50 cash raffle to all participants. Let’s make this the best ever!  Thank you for supporting ECHS!

 

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22nd – 26th is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Dance Studio.  Forms available in the main office.

 

Photography Club:  if you were unable to make the meeting on the 18th there will be another on Thursday, October 25th after school at 2:05 in Room 140.

 

Attention all boys interested in trying out for basketball:  there will be an informational meeting immediately after school on Thursday in the cafeteria.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 22nd – Emmanuel College, Worcester Poly Tech

Tuesday, October 23rd – Lynn University (Boca Raton, FL)

Wednesday, October 24th – Saint Joseph’s University – PA, University of Lynchburg

Thursday, October 25th– Stonehill College, Western New England University, Albertus Magnus College

Friday, October 26th – Roger Williams University, University of Dayton

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Day 6

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Mercy is the moment you realize that no one is your enemy, except yourself.

 

Attention Human Rights Club:  We will meet this Thursday, October 25th at 2:05 in Room 246 to make plans for our social justice week.  Please make every effort to attend.  New members are welcome.

 

Student Ambassadors:  there will be a meeting after school today in the Café, October 23rd, for all students helping with Open House.  Please see Ms. Sweeney with any questions.

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.

See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

Reminder:  orders for our Fall Fundraiser are due by Thursday, October 25th. Delivery will be the first week of December. $50 cash prize to students with highest sales and $50 cash raffle to all participants. Let’s make this the best ever!  Thank you for supporting ECHS!

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22nd – 26th is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Dance Studio.  Forms available in the main office.

 

Attention all boys interested in trying out for basketball. There will be an informational meeting immediately after school on Thursday in the cafeteria.

 

The volleyball team qualified for the state tournament with a 3-0 win over Manchester last night.  Seniors Jill Pignatiello, Kate O'Brien, and Jess Datta played well for East.

The team next plays Rocky Hill.

 

Photography Club:  if you were unable to make the meeting on the 18th there will be another on Thursday, October 25th after school at 2:05 in Room 140.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 22nd – Emmanuel College, Worcester Poly Tech

Tuesday, October 23rd – Lynn University (Boca Raton, FL)

Wednesday, October 24th – Saint Joseph’s University – PA, University of Lynchburg

Thursday, October 25th– Stonehill College, Western New England University, Albertus Magnus College

Friday, October 26th – Roger Williams University, University of Dayton

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, October 22, 2018

Day 5

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Imagine a world filled with individuals willing both to apologize and to accept an apology.

 

Attention Human Rights Club:  We will meet this Thursday, 10/25 @2:05 in Room 246 to make plans for our social justice week.  Please make every effort to attend.  New members are welcome.

 

Student Ambassadors:  there will be a meeting after school in the cafe on Tuesday, October 23rd for all students helping with Open House.  Please see Ms. Sweeney with any questions.

 

Reminder:  Mock Trial meets today at 2:05 in Room 215.

 

Attention seniors, please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.

See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

Our Fall Fundraiser is underway and is featuring Mrs. Fields Cookies and Panera Soups.   Orders are due by Thursday, October 25th. Delivery will be the first week of December. $50 cash prize to students with highest sales and $50 cash raffle to all participants. Let’s make this the best ever!  Thank you for supporting ECHS!

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22nd – 26th is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.  Forms available in the main office.

 

Photography Club:  if you were unable to make the meeting on the 18th there will be another on Thursday, October 25th after school at 2:05 in Room 140.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 22nd – Emmanuel College, Worcester Poly Tech

Tuesday, October 23rd – Lynn University (Boca Raton, FL)

Wednesday, October 24th – Saint Joseph’s University – PA, University of Lynchburg

Thursday, October 25th– Stonehill College, Western New England University, Albertus Magnus College

Friday, October 26th – Roger Williams University, University of Dayton

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: if you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Friday, October 19, 2018

Day 4

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Never underestimate the power of a touch, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment or the smallest act of caring, all have the power to turn a life around.

 

THE CULTURE AND LANGUAGE CLUB IS HOLDING A BAKE SALE THIS AFTERNOON IN THE FRONT LOBBY.  STOP BY  FOR A DELICIOUS SNACK.

 

Attention seniors, Please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th - Instant Decision Day

UNH will be here on November 28th - Instant Decision Day

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.

See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

Our Fall Fundraiser is underway and is featuring Mrs. Fields Cookies and Panera Soups.   Orders are due by Thursday, October 25th. Delivery will be the first week of December. $50 cash prize to students with highest sales and $50 cash raffle to all participants. Let’s make this the best ever!  Thank you for supporting ECHS!

Attention all: our very talented Stage East Players are presenting Our Town by Thornton Wilder, on Friday, October 19th at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday October 20th at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium.  Admission - $7.00 Adults / Students & Sr. Citizens $3.00.

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22nd – 26th is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.  Forms available in the main office.

 

Dungeons & Dragons club:  there will be a meeting after school on Friday in Room 202.  If you can’t make the meeting, see Grace Poirier or Mr. Sullivan.

 

Photography Club:  if you were unable to make the meeting on the 18th there will be another on Thursday, October 25th after school at 2:05 in Room 133.

 

Attention sophomores:  Sophomore Executive Board applications can be picked up in Room 116 before or after school.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for the week ~

 Monday, October 22nd – Emmanuel College, Worcester Poly Tech

Tuesday, October 23rd – Lynn University (Boca Raton, FL)

Wednesday, October 24th – Saint Joseph’s University – PA, University of Lynchburg

Thursday, October 25th– Stonehill College, Western New England University, Albertus Magnus College

Friday, October 26th – Roger Williams University, University of Dayton

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Day 3

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.

 

Attention Seniors, Please listen up…

Central Connecticut State University and the University of New Haven is offering East Catholic students an “Instant Decision Day”.  This means that they will sit down with you, conduct a brief interview, review your applications, answer questions, and give you a decision on the spot about whether or not you are accepted. No long waiting process, no stress and anxiety as you wait to hear back from them.

 

CCSU will be here on November 13th

UNH will be here on November 28th

 

In order to be eligible, students must submit their transcript request form to Mrs. DeAngelo, and their Common Application through Naviance for CCSU or UNH or both by Monday, November 6th.

See Mr. Smalley or your School Counselor for more information.

Our Fall Fundraiser is underway and is featuring Mrs. Fields Cookies and Panera Soups.   Orders are due by Thursday, October 25th. Delivery will be the first week of December. $50 cash prize to students with highest sales and $50 cash raffle to all participants. Let’s make this the best ever!  Thank you for supporting ECHS!

Attention all: our very talented Stage East Players are presenting Our Town by Thornton Wilder, on Friday, October 19th at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday October 20th at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium.  Admission - $7.00 Adults / Students & Sr. Citizens $3.00.

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22nd – 26th is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.  Forms available in the main office.

 

Club Med:  there will be a meeting this afternoon at 2:10 in Room 129.  Please be prompt.

 

Dungeons & Dragons club:  there will be a meeting after school on Friday in Room 202.  If you can’t make the meeting, see Grace Poirier or Mr. Sullivan.

 

Photography Club: there will be an informational meeting this afternoon at 2:05 in Room 133.  If you cannot make the meeting on the 18th there will be another on Thursday, October 25th.

 

Attention sophomores:  Sophomore Executive Board applications can be picked up in Room 116 before or after school.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Yearbook Committee:  there will be a meeting on Thursday, October 18th immediately after school in Room 119.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 15th – High Point University, University of Pittsburgh, Central Connecticut State University

Tuesday, October 16th – LaSalle University, Endicott College, Bentley University

Wednesday, October 17th – Dean College, Nichols College

Thursday, October 18th – Niagara University

Friday, October 19th – Colby College, Regis College

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Boys Lacrosse:  there will be a meeting today after school in the café.

 

Cross Country:  Heath Olivieri is the CCC North Cross Country Champion!  With the help of Andrew Ferruolo, Caeden Bailey, John Paul Oei, and EJ Wilson, the team placed second to Tolland edging out rival Manchester High.

Fioana Crowley ran to an impressive 4th place in the CCC North division.  Rebecca Villanuava ran a personal best on the course.  Sarah Ibrahim, Amber Grzybowski also ran well for the Varsity.  Amanda Moran, Caroline Dorman, Greg Sadlak and Kevin Hartnett had great races.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Day 2

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

If in our lives, we strive for truth, mercy, justice, love and peace…we are living a fruitful life.

Our Fall Fundraiser is underway and is featuring Mrs. Fields Cookies and Panera Soups.   Orders are due by Thursday, October 25th. Delivery will be the first week of December. $50 cash prize to students with highest sales and $50 cash raffle to all participants. Let’s make this the best ever!  Thank you for supporting ECHS!

Attention all: our very talented Stage East Players are presenting Our Town by Thornton Wilder, on Friday, October 19th at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday October 20th at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium.  Admission - $7.00 Adults / Students & Sr. Citizens $3.00.

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22nd – 26th is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.  Forms available in the main office.

 

Club Med:  there will be a meeting on Thursday afternoon at 2:10 in Room 129.  Please be prompt.

 

Dungeons & Dragons club:  there will be a meeting after school on Friday in Room 202.  If you can’t make the meeting, see Grace Poirier or Mr. Sullivan.

 

The math team will hold a practice today after school in Room 106.

 

Photography Club: there will be an informational meeting on Thursday, October 18th at 2:05 in Room 133.  If you cannot make the meeting on the 18th there will be another on Thursday, October 25th.

 

Attention sophomores:  Sophomore Executive Board applications can be picked up in Room 116 before or after school.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Yearbook Committee:  there will be a meeting on Thursday, October 18th immediately after school in Room 119.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 15th – High Point University, University of Pittsburgh, Central Connecticut State University

Tuesday, October 16th – LaSalle University, Endicott College, Bentley University

Wednesday, October 17th – Dean College, Nichols College

Thursday, October 18th – Niagara University

Friday, October 19th – Colby College, Regis College

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Boys Lacrosse:  there will be a meeting on Thursday after school in the café.

 

Cross Country:  Heath Olivieri is the CCC North Cross Country Champion!  With the help of Andrew Ferruolo, Caeden Bailey, John Paul Oei, and EJ Wilson, the team placed second to Tolland edging out rival Manchester High.

Fioana Crowley ran to an impressive 4th place in the CCC North division.  Rebecca Villanuava ran a personal best on the course.  Sarah Ibrahim, Amber Grzybowski also ran well for the Varsity.  Amanda Moran, Caroline Dorman, Greg Sadlak and Kevin Hartnett had great races.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Day 1

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

The good that men do lives on after them.

 

Attention all students:  the cafeteria is open mornings for breakfast at 7:05 a.m.

 

Dress Code Reminder: Winter Dress Code is now in effect.

Our Fall Fundraiser is underway and is featuring Mrs. Fields Cookies and Panera Soups.   Orders are due by Thursday, October 25th. Delivery will be the first week of December. $50 cash prize to students with highest sales and $50 cash raffle to all participants. Let’s make this the best ever!  Thank you for supporting ECHS!

Attention all: our very talented Stage East Players are presenting Our Town by Thornton Wilder, on Friday, October 19th at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday October 20th at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium.  Admission - $10.00 Adults / Students & Sr. Citizens $5.00.

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22nd – 26th is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.  Forms available in the main office.

 

The math team will hold a practice Wednesday after school in room 106.

 

Photography Club: there will be an informational meeting on Thursday, October 18th at 2:05 in Room 133.  If you cannot make the meeting on the 18th there will be another on Thursday, October 25th.

Attention sophomores:  Sophomore Executive Board applications can be picked up in Room 116 before or after school.

 

Student Ambassadors:  there will be a meeting today, October 16, after school in the café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Yearbook Committee:  there will be a meeting on Thursday, October 18th immediately after school.

 

Boys Lacrosse:  there will be a meeting on Thursday after school in the café.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 15th – High Point University, University of Pittsburgh, Central Connecticut State University

Tuesday, October 16th – LaSalle University, Endicott College, Bentley University

Wednesday, October 17th – Dean College, Nichols College

Thursday, October 18th – Niagara University

Friday, October 19th – Colby College, Regis College

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, October 15, 2018

Day 8

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character.

 

Attention all students:  the cafeteria is open mornings for breakfast at 7:05 a.m.

 

Dress Code Reminder: Winter Dress Code is in effect starting today.

 

Attention all students:  we are kicking off our Fall Fundraiser featuring Mrs. Fields Cookies and Panera Soups!  Let’s make this the best one ever! Get orders from family and friends and win $50 cash for the top seller, $50 cash for raffle (all students with orders are eligible) and an ECHS hoodie of your choice.

Sale ends Oct 25th.   Thanks for supporting our School!!

Attention all: our very talented Stage East Players are presenting Our Town by Thonrton Wilder, on Friday, October 19th at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday October 20th at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium.  Admission - $10.00 Adults / Students & Sr. Citizens $5.00.

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22 – 26 is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT.  St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.  Forms available in the main office.

 

Culture & Language Club:  there will be a meeting today after school in Room 213 to plan for upcoming activities.

 

Freshman executive board:  the board is now forming.  Applications may be picked up in Room 216 and are due to Ms. Snihurowych by Monday, October 15th at 2:00 p.m.

 

Mock Trial:  Mock Trial will begin promptly at 2:05 today for our meeting with guest lawyer.

Attention sophomores:  Sophomore Executive Board applications can be picked up in Room 116 before or after school.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Yearbook Committee:  there will be a meeting on Thursday, October 18th immediately after school.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for this week ~

Monday, October 15th – High Point University, University of Pittsburgh, Central Connecticut State University

Tuesday, October 16th – LaSalle University, Endicott College, Bentley University

Wednesday, October 17th – Dean College, Nichols College

Thursday, October 18th – Niagara University

Friday, October 19th – Colby College, Regis College

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, October 15, 2018

Day 8

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character.

 

Attention all students:  the cafeteria will be open mornings for breakfast at 7:05 a.m.

 

Dress Code Reminder:  Winter Dress Code will be in effect starting today, Monday, October 15th.

 

Attention all students:  We have kicked off our Fall Fundraiser featuring Mrs. Fields Cookies and Panera Soups!  Let’s make this the best one ever! Get orders from family and friends and win $50 cash for the top seller, $50 cash for raffle (all students with orders are eligible) and an ECHS hoodie of your choice.

Sale ends Oct 25th.   Thanks for supporting our School!!

St. Ann’s Clothing Drive!  The week of October 22 – 26 is the annual East Catholic clothing drive for St. Ann’s Parish in Avon, CT. St. Ann’s is a long-time supporter of East Catholic and offers financial assistance for many students to attend. You may drop off your gently used clothing under the front awning of the school near the main entrance. Student volunteers will be available to assist with unloading donated clothing between 7:00am and 7:30am all week. The St. Ann’s clothing sale will take place November 2nd and 3rd at the parish hall in Avon and is open to all. Thank you.

Attention all:  our very talented Stage East Players are presenting Our Town by Thonrton Wilder, on Friday, October 19th at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday October 20th  at 7:00 p.m.

Admissions is $10.00 for Adults, $5.00 Students and Senior Citizens.

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.  Picture forms available in the main office.

 

Freshman executive board:  the board is now forming.  Applications may be picked up in Room 216 and are due to Ms. Snihurowych by Monday, October 15th at 2:00 p.m.

 

Attention sophomores:  Sophomore Executive Board applications can be picked up in Room 116 before or after school.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for the week ~

Monday, October 15th – High Point University, University of Pittsburgh, Central Connecticut State University

Tuesday, October 16th  – LaSalle University, Endicott College, Bentley University

Wednesday, October 17th – Dean College, Nichols College

Thursday, October 18th – Niagara University

Friday, October 19th – Colby College, Regis College

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: list of rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Volleyball:  the team is hosting a Dig Pink Game VS. RHAM – Breast Cancer awareness.  There will be a bake sale in the lower lobby after school.

 

Winter Cheerleading:  tryouts will be held this Thursday in the café from 2:30-4:30. We are looking for girls who have dancing and/or gymnastic skills at this time. Please wear comfortable clothes and sneakers. Please see Ms. Burby with questions.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Day 7

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

The purpose of life is to discover your gift. The meaning of life is to give your gift away.

 

Attention all students:  the cafeteria will be open mornings for breakfast at 7:05 a.m.

 

Dress Code Reminder:  Polo shirts may be worn for the rest of this week and Winter Dress Code will be in effect starting on Monday, October 15th.

Attention all students:  We are kicking off our Fall Fundraiser today, featuring Mrs. Fields Cookies and Panera Soups!  Let’s make this the best one ever! Get orders from family and friends and win $50 cash for the top seller, $50 cash for raffle (all students with orders are eligible) and a ECHS hoodie of your choice.

Sale ends Oct 25th.   Thanks for supporting our School!!

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Freshman executive board:  the board is now forming.  Applications may be picked up in Room 216 and are due to Ms. Snihurowych by Monday, October 15th at 2:00 p.m.

 

Attention sophomores:  Sophomore Executive Board applications can be picked up in Room 116 before or after school.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for the week ~

Tuesday, October 9th – Salve Regina University, Tufts University

Thursday, October 11th – Sacred Heart University, Stevens Institute of Technology

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Winter Cheerleading:  tryouts will be held this Thursday in the café from 2:30-4:30. We are looking for girls who have dancing and/or gymnastic skills at this time. Please wear comfortable clothes and sneakers. Please see Ms. Burby with questions.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Day 6

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

What you do and say influences those around you.

 

Attention all students:  the cafeteria will be open mornings for breakfast at 7:05 a.m.

 

Winter Dress Reminder:  Winter dress code is in force this coming Tuesday, October 9th.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Freshman executive board:  the board is now forming.  Applications may be picked up in Room 216 and are due to Ms. Snihurowych by Monday, October 15th at 2:00 p.m.

 

There will be a Student Ambassador meeting on Tuesday, October 9th after school in the café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for the week ~

Tuesday, October 9th – Salve Regina University, Tufts University

Thursday, October 11th – Sacred Heart University, Stevens Institute of Technology

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

The Cross Country team competed in the Wickham Invitational this weekend.  The team pushed through the mud and slop to run decent times.  Heath Olivieri placed third in the seeded race followed by Anrew Feruolo, Caeden Bailey, EJ Wilson, and John Paul Oei.  Greg Salack was the top JV finisher for our team and Jake Muldoon won a medal in the Freshmen race.

 Fiona Crowley led the girls followed by Molly Brown in the varsity race.  Amber Grzybowski and Sarah Ibrahim had great races for JV race.  Eleanor Mund and Heidi Li did well in the Freshman race.

We have a meet today at Wickham.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

Daily Announcements

Friday, October 5, 2018

Day 6

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Be happy with the person you were created to be.

 

Attention all students:  the cafeteria will be open mornings for breakfast at 7:05 a.m.

 

Winter Dress Reminder:  Winter dress code is in force this coming Tuesday, October 9th.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Freshman executive board:  the board is now forming.  Applications may be picked up in Room 216 and are due to Ms. Snihurowych by Monday, October 15th at 2:00 p.m.

 

There will be a Student Ambassador meeting on Tuesday, October 9th after school in the café. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

Campus Ministry:  I.O.H is starting back up.  There is a mandatory instructor day this Sunday, October 7th from 1-3 p.m. at the Manchester High School pool.  If you are thinking of joining this year see Mr. McLaughlin in Campus Ministry for the contact information of the Stretch leaders.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for the week ~

Friday, October 5th – Bay Path University, Western Connecticut State University

Tuesday, October 9th – Salve Regina University, Tufts University

Thursday, October 11th – Sacred Heart University, Stevens Institute of Technology

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Day 5

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Service to humanity is service to God.

 

Attention all students:  the cafeteria will be open mornings for breakfast at 7:05 a.m.

 

Winter Dress Reminder:  Winter dress code is in force this coming Tuesday, October 9th.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have an early dismissal on Friday, October 5h.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should leave here at 11:30.

 

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS:  WE ARE ONLY $1,500 AWAY FROM OUR GOAL OF $50,000 FOR THE WALK-A-THON.  TOMORROW WILL BE THE LAST TURN-IN DAY.  REMEMBER ALL DONATIONS OF $10 OR MORE THIS WEEK WILL ENTER YOU IN THE DRAWING FOR THE APPLE WATCH.  WE WILL ALSO HAVE SOME OTHER GREAT PRIZES THAT WE WILL BE GIVING OUT ON FRIDAY.  THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR PARTICIPATING IN THIS STUDENT FUNDRAISER!!!

 

Spirit Week – October 1-5 - This week is Spirit Week – Monday is Twin Day, Tuesday is Hawaiian Day, Wednesday is Character Day, Thursday is Sports Day and Friday is Class Color Day.  Freshmen wear green, sophomores wear red, juniors wear yellow, seniors wear blue and faculty and staff wear purple.

 

Homecoming Dance - Tickets for the homecoming dance are on sale this week.  The cost is $15, and tickets must be purchased by this Friday, afternoon.  The Homecoming Dance will be held at Rentschler Field this Saturday, October 6th, from 7-10 PM.  Homecoming is a semi-formal dance.  Young men must wear button-up shirts and ties, and young ladies must wear dresses.  Permission slips for guests from other high schools are available from Mrs. Grzybowski in Room 111.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Freshman executive board:  the board is now forming.  Applications may be picked up in Room 216 and are due to Ms. Snihurowych  by Monday, October 15th at 2:00 p.m.

 

National Honor Society members interested in purchasing a T-shirt must bring their money to Mrs. Hicks in Room 129 or Mrs. Landers in Room 235 by Friday afternoon.

 

Campus Ministry:  I.O.H is starting back up.  There is a mandatory instructor day this Sunday, October 7th from 1-3 p.m. at the Manchester High School pool.  If you are thinking of joining this year see Mr. McLaughlin in Campus Ministry for the contact information of the Stretch leaders.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for the week ~

Monday, October 1st – Eastern Connecticut State University, Saint Anselm College

Wednesday, October 3rd – Binghamton University, University of Massachusetts - Lowell

Thursday, October 4th – Mount Holyoke College, Washington College, Purdue University

Friday, October 5th – Bay Path University, Western Connecticut State University

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

2018 Class Competition on Field Day:  the 5th annual class competition will take place this Friday October 5th during the walk-a-thon.  Students from all four classes are asked to sign up for the games that will take place that day in room 215 with Mr. Healey.

This year’s games will include: Potato Sack Races, A Diamond Dash, Football Toss, Tug of War.  Boys & Girls from each class need to sign up to compete.  Please sign up by Friday morning to guarantee a spot in the games.  Which class will be crowned the 2018 Champions?        The winning class will receive spirit days for all the Fridays in October!!

 

The volleyball team defeated rival South Windsor last night, 3 games to 2. Standouts for East were Elizabeth Long with 13 kills, Emily Jeamel  had 4 blocks, and Kelly Wilson and Tamisha Myers served well. The team travels to Northwest Catholic this Friday.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Day 4

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Always be your best self.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech High School will have an early dismissal on Friday, October 5h.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should leave here at 11:30.

 

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS:  LET’S FNISH THIS WEEK STRONG! SO…. WHO WANTS TO WIN THE APPLE I-WATCH SERIES 3 DISPLAYED IN THE FRONT LOBBY??!!  THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO DO.  ALL STUDENTS WHO BRING IN AT LEAST $10 IN AN ENVELOPE WITH YOUR NAME, CLASS YEAR AND HOMEROOM ON IT WILL BE ENTERED, ANY STUDENT DONATIONS ALREADY RECEIVED THIS WEEK WILL BE COUNTED.  GOOD LUCK!!!

 

Spirit Week – October 1-5 - This week is Spirit Week – Monday is Twin Day, Tuesday is Hawaiian Day, Wednesday is Character Day, Thursday is Sports Day and Friday is Class Color Day.  Freshmen wear green, sophomores wear red, juniors wear yellow, seniors wear blue and faculty and staff wear purple.

 

Homecoming Dance - Tickets for the homecoming dance will be on sale this week.  The cost is $15, and tickets must be purchased by this Friday, afternoon.  The Homecoming Dance will be held at Rentschler Field this Saturday, October 6th, from 7-10 PM.  Homecoming is a semi-formal dance.  Young men must wear button-up shirts and ties, and young ladies must wear dresses.  Permission slips for guests from other high schools are available from Mrs. Grzybowski in Room 111.

 

Math Team:  we will have a practice on Wednesday at 2:05 in Room 106.  Please make every effort to attend and bring permission slips.  Our first meet is next Wednesday.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Student ambassadors:  there will be a meeting for returning ambassadors today at 2:00 in the cafeteria.  See Ms. Sweeney with any questions.

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for the week ~

Monday, October 1st – Eastern Connecticut State University, Saint Anselm College

Wednesday, October 3rd – Binghamton University, University of Massachusetts - Lowell

Thursday, October 4th – Mount Holyoke College, Washington College, Purdue University

Friday, October 5th – Bay Path University, Western Connecticut State University

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

 

Band rehearses Mondays at 6:50 AM,

Choir on Tuesdays at 6:50 AM,

Men's and Women's Choirs on Wednesdays at 7:00 AM,

Liturgical Choir on Thursdays at 7:00 AM and

String Orchestra on Fridays at 6:50 AM.

Stage Band (which is a non-auditioned jazz band) rehearses Wednesday afternoon from 2:15-4:15 PM.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

2018 Class Competition on Field Day

The 5th annual class competition will take place this Friday October 5th during the walk-a-thon.

Students from all four classes are asked to sign up for the games that will take place that day in room 215 with Mr. Healey.

This year’s games will include:Potato Sack Races, A Diamond Dash, Football Toss, Tug of War.  Boys & Girls from each class need to sign up to compete.  Please sign up by Friday morning to guarantee a spot in the games.  Which class will be crowned the 2018 Champions?

 

There will be a brief meeting for student-athletes interested in playing girls lacrosse on Wednesday, October 3rd at 2:15pm in the cafe.

 

Girls’ lacrosse:  there will be a brief meeting for girls interested in playing lacrosse on Wednesday, October 3rd at 2:15 pm in the café.

 

Volleyball: the team defeated New Britain 3-1.  Liz Long, Tamisha Myers and Cami Pasqualoni played well.

 

Detention:  detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Day 3

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

The price of inaction is far greater than the cost of making a mistake.

 

Attention all: 

 

This is the final week for Walk-a-thon donations in order to win great prizes on Friday!  Stay tuned for an announcement this afternoon about a very special prize for turn-ins this week!!

 

Spirit Week – October 1-5 - This week is Spirit Week – Monday is Twin Day, Tuesday is Hawaiian Day, Wednesday is Character Day, Thursday is Sports Day and Friday is Class Color Day.  Freshmen wear green, sophomores wear red, juniors wear yellow, seniors wear blue and faculty and staff wear purple.

Homecoming Dance - Tickets for the homecoming dance will be on sale this week.  The cost is $15, and tickets must be purchased by this Friday, afternoon.  The Homecoming Dance will be held at Rentschler Field this Saturday, October 6th, from 7-10 PM.  Homecoming is a semi-formal dance.  Young men must wear button-up shirts and ties, and young ladies must wear dresses.  Permission slips for guests from other high schools are available from Mrs. Grzybowski in Room 111.

Math Team:  we will have a practice on Wednesday at 2:05 in Room 106.  Please make every effort to attend and bring permission slips.  Our first meet is next Wednesday.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Student ambassadors:  there will be a meeting for returning ambassadors today at 2:00 in the cafeteria.  See Ms. Sweeney with any questions.

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for the week ~

Monday, October 1st – Eastern Connecticut State University, Saint Anselm College

Wednesday, October 3rd – Binghamton University, University of Massachusetts - Lowell

Thursday, October 4th – Mount Holyoke College, Washington College, Purdue University

Friday, October 5th – Bay Path University, Western Connecticut State University

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

There will be a brief meeting for student-athletes interested in playing girls lacrosse on Wednesday, October 3rd at 2:15pm in the cafe.

Girls lacrosse:  there will be a brief meeting for girls interested in playing lacrosse on Wednesday, October 3rd at 2:15 pm in the café.

Volleyball: the team defeated New Britain 3-1.  Liz Long, Tamisha Myers and Cami Pasqualoni played well.

Detention:  Detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, October 1, 2018

Day 2

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

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

 

Attention all: 

Spirit Week – October 1-5 - This week is Spirit Week – Monday is Twin Day, Tuesday is Hawaiian Day, Wednesday is Character Day, Thursday is Sports Day and Friday is Class Color Day.  Freshmen wear green, sophomores wear red, juniors wear yellow, seniors wear blue and faculty and staff wear purple.

Homecoming Dance - Tickets for the homecoming dance will be on sale this week.  The cost is $15, and tickets must be purchased by this Friday, afternoon.  The Homecoming Dance will be held at Rentschler Field this Saturday, October 6th, from 7-10 PM.  Homecoming is a semi-formal dance.  Young men must wear button-up shirts and ties, and young ladies must wear dresses.  Permission slips for guests from other high schools are available from Mrs. Grzybowski in Room 111.

Attention seniors: there will be a 5 minute meeting of the Senior Executive Board this afternoon in Room 227.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Student ambassadors:  there will be a meeting for returning ambassadors on Tuesday at 2:00 in the cafeteria.  See Ms. Sweeney with any questions.

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

 

College Visits for the week ~

Monday, October 1st – Eastern Connecticut State University, Saint Anselm College

Wednesday, October 3rd – Binghamton University, University of Massachusetts - Lowell

Thursday, October 4th – Mount Holyoke College, Washington College, Purdue University

Friday, October 5th – Bay Path University, Western Connecticut State University

 

Culture and Language Club: the club will have its first meeting on Monday afternoon in Room 213.  Join us to plan our upcoming activities.  New members are welcome.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  Detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Friday, September 28, 2018

Day 1

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

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

Spirit Week – October 1-5 - Next week is Spirit Week – Monday is Twin Day, Tuesday is Hawaiian Day, Wednesday is Character Day, Thursday is Sports Day and Friday is Class Color Day.  Freshmen wear green, sophomores wear red, juniors wear yellow, seniors wear blue and faculty and staff wear purple.

Homecoming Dance - Tickets for the homecoming dance will be on sale next week.  The cost is $15, and tickets must be purchased by Friday, afternoon.  The Homecoming Dance will be held at Rentschler Field next Saturday, October 6th, from 7-10 PM.  Homecoming is a semi-formal dance.  Young men must wear button-up shirts and ties, and young ladies must wear dresses.  Permission slips for guests from other high schools are available from Mrs. Grzybowski.

Attention Students!  Today is the last day to turn in money to be eligible to win the $150

I-Tunes Gift Card.  We will announce the winner this afternoon along with the class totals.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech will have no school today.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day

 

Attention all freshmen and transfer students:  The Club Fair will be held this Friday, 7th Period, in the small gym.  Please report to your 7th Period class before being called down to the Club Fair.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

College Visits for the week ~

Monday, September 24th – Saint Joseph’s College (ME), Assumption College

Wednesday, September 26th – U.S. Air Force, University of Saint Joseph

Thursday, September 27th – University of Maine – Farmington, Siena College

Friday, September 28th – College of the Holy Cross, University of Connecticut

 

Culture and Language Club: the club will have its first meeting on Monday afternoon in Room 213.  Join us to plan our upcoming activities.  New members are welcome.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Detention:  Detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Day 8

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

People may forget what you said or forget what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel.

 

Attention Students!  You may still turn in Walk-a-thon money today for a dress down on Friday and to be entered to win a $150 I-Tunes Gift Card!  And remember – all turned-in money also makes you eligible for raffle tickets for the Toyota Scion!  Turn your money in to your homeroom teacher or put it in the box in the main office.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech will have no school on Friday, September 28th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day

 

Attention all freshmen and transfer students:  The Club Fair will be held this Friday, 7th Period, in the small gym.  Please report to your 7th Period class before being called down to the Club Fair.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

College Visits for the week ~

Monday, September 24th – Saint Joseph’s College (ME), Assumption College

Wednesday, September 26th – U.S. Air Force, University of Saint Joseph

Thursday, September 27th – University of Maine – Farmington, Siena College

Friday, September 28th – College of the Holy Cross, University of Connecticut

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Girls’ ice hockey: for all those interested in playing girls’ ice hockey this winter, there will be a mandatory meeting today immediately following school in the Team Meeting Room.

 

The Girls Swim and Dive Team performed well against Southington yesterday. Top swims included Tahlia Crowley in the Backstroke, Emma Wojnarowski in the Breaststroke and 200 Freestyle, and Maeve Williams in the 200 IM.  Other strong performances were seen by Lexi Weir, Cora Zorger, Jenna Swist, Sam Whapples, and Phoebe Allyn.  The girls' next meet is Friday at 3:45 against Berlin.

 

All Boys Lacrosse players please meet today at 2:15 pm in the Cafeteria.

Detention:  Detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Day 7

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

We are entirely responsible for our actions and for learning from them.

 

Attention Students!  Today is turn-in day for money collected in order to have a dress down day on Friday.  As an added surprise, any turn-ins this week make you eligible to win a $150 I-Tunes gift card!  We will pick the winner on Friday from all the turn-in’s we receive this week.  Turn your money into your homeroom teacher today or put it in the box in the front office.

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech will have no school on Friday, September 28th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day

 

Attention all freshmen and transfer students:  The Club Fair will be held this Friday, 7th Period, in the small gym.  Please report to your 7th Period class before being called down to the Club Fair.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 25 after school in Room 111 for all student interested in joining East Catholic’s video production club, Media East. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

College Visits for the week ~

Monday, September 24th – Saint Joseph’s College (ME), Assumption College

Wednesday, September 26th – U.S. Air Force, University of Saint Joseph

Thursday, September 27th – University of Maine – Farmington, Siena College

Friday, September 28th – College of the Holy Cross, University of Connecticut

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Girls’ ice hockey: for all those interested in playing girls’ ice hockey this winter, there will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, Sept. 27th immediately following school in the Team Meeting Room.

All Boys Lacrosse players please meet this Thursday, Sept. 27th at 2:15 pm in the Cafeteria.

Wrestling: there will be a brief informational meeting for the Wrestling team, Wednesday, September 26th, in Room 211, for all returning and new wrestlers. All skill levels welcome, no experience required. If you are unable to make this meeting, please see Mr. Cruanes in Room 211 or Angie Spielman.

 

Detention:  Detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Day 6

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

We make a living by what we get.  We make a life by what we give.

 

Attention Students!  Just a reminder that our next collection date for the WalkEast Walkathon is this Wednesday, September 26th!  Everyone who turns in pledge money by Wednesday will get a dress down this Friday!

Stay tuned this week for a special prize for turn-in’s!

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech will have no school on Friday, September 28th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day

 

Attention all freshmen and transfer students:  The Club Fair will be held this Friday, 7th Period, in the small gym.  Please report to your 7th Period class before being called down to the Club Fair.

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Student Ambassadors:  there will be an informational meeting for all new Student Ambassadors on Tuesday, September 25th at 2:05 in the Café. Please see Ms. Sweeney in Room 109 if you have questions or cannot make the meeting.

 

There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 25 after school in Room 111 for all student interested in joining East Catholic’s video production club, Media East. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Attention Human rights club.  Our first meeting is Tuesday, September 25th at 2:05 in Room 246. New members are welcome

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

College Visits for the week ~

Monday, September 24th – Saint Joseph’s College (ME), Assumption College

Wednesday, September 26th – U.S. Air Force, University of Saint Joseph

Thursday, September 27th – University of Maine – Farmington, Siena College

Friday, September 28th – College of the Holy Cross, University of Connecticut

 

Mock Trial:  we will have a meeting on Tuesday, September 25th at 2:05 in Room 215.  Bring your IPad’s!  See Mr. Healey with any questions.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

The Boys Cross Country Team handedly won the Run to the Sun Invitational!  Heath Olivieri ran the fastest time of the day.  Andrew Ferruolo ran a 17:44, a new PR.  Caeden Bailey, John Paul Oei, and EJ Wilson all placed top 12.  Israel Caro was our fastest Freshman.

Fiona Crowley ran an impressive 3rd place VArsity finish followed by Molly Brown in 8th and Becca Villanueve setting a PR on the course.

Lindsay O'Neill won the JV race, Sarah Ibrahim and Amber Grzybowski ran well.

Jake Muldoon placed second in the JV race, Kevin Hartnett, and JP Capodanno ran well.

 

Congratulations to the JV football team for an outstanding 30-6 win yesterday. This was a great team effort showing that hard work and commitment pay off.

Girls’ ice hockey: for all those interested in playing girls’ ice hockey this winter, there will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, Sept. 27th immediately following school in the Team Meeting Room.

All Boys Lacrosse players please meet this Thursday, Sept. 27th at 2:15 pm in the Cafeteria.

Wrestling: there will be a brief informational meeting for the Wrestling team, Wednesday, September 26th, in Room 211, for all returning and new wrestlers. All skill levels welcome, no experience required. If you are unable to make this meeting, please see Mr. Cruanes in Room 211 or Angie Spielman.

 

Detention:  Detentions are held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 111.  Students have been informed about the date of their detentions 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 Mrs. Antosik in the main office.

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop - located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, September 24, 2018

Day 5

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Be the change you wish to see in the world.

 

Attention Students!  Just a reminder that our next collection date for the WalkEast Walkathon is this Wednesday, September 26th!  Everyone who turns in pledge money by Wednesday will get a dress down this Friday!

To date the Freshmen have raised - $6,078, the Sophomores have raised - $6,443

the Juniors have raised - $5,071,  the Seniors have raised - $2,479

 

Stay tuned this week for a special prize for turn-in’s!

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech will have no school on Friday, September 28th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Student Ambassadors:  there will be an informational meeting for all new Student Ambassadors on Tuesday, September 25th at 2:05 in the Café. Please see Ms. Sweeney in Room 109 if you have questions or cannot make the meeting.

 

Attention Human rights club.  Our first meeting is 9/25@2:05 in room

246. New members are welcome

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention seniors:  please make sure to check the Naviance schedule to see when college and university representatives will be visiting East Catholic.  Check the schedule below for weekly visits.  Sign up for visits no later than two days prior to the visits.

All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

College Visits ~

Monday, September 24th – Saint Joseph’s College (ME), Assumption College

Wednesday, September 26th – U.S. Air Force, University of Saint Joseph

Thursday, September 27th – University of Maine – Farmington, Siena College

Friday, September 28th – College of the Holy Cross, University of Connecticut

 

Student Government:  there will be a meeting today after school in Room 111.  All interested in helping out with student government are encouraged to attend.

 

Mock Trial:  we will have a meeting on Tuesday, September 25th at 2:05 in Room 215.  Bring your IPad’s!  See Mr. Healey with any questions.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Girls’ ice hockey: for all those interested in playing girls’ ice hockey this winter, there will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, Sept. 27th immediately following school in the Team Meeting Room.

All Boys Lacrosse players please meet this Thursday, Sept. 27th at 2:15 pm in the Cafeteria.

Wrestling: there will be a brief informational meeting for the Wrestling team, Wednesday, September 26th, in Room 211, for all returning and new wrestlers. All skill levels welcome, no experience required. If you are unable to make this meeting, please see Mr. Cruanes in Room 211 or Angie Spielman.

 

Congratulations to the Varsity football team for its 42-6 win over Bulkeley Saturday. Matt Byam rushed for 3 touchdowns and scored a 4 th touchdown on a pass from Harrison Eklund. Noah Vail and David Lundy rushed for TDs as well. Byam converted all six of his point after kicks. Defensively Cody Terra recorded 3 sacks for the Eagles as they improved to 2 wins and one loss on the season. The JV squad travels to Bulkeley today at 2:15 for a 4 pm game. Varsity players will lift and run until 4 pm today.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: Located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Friday, September 21, 2018

Day 4

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are truly endless.

 

Attention Students!  Just a reminder that our next collection date for the WalkEast Walkathon is next Wednesday, September 26th!  Everyone who turns in pledge money next Wednesday will get a dress down next Friday!

 

The WalkEast Walkathon will take place at the school on Friday, October 5th!  This is the largest student driven fundraiser of the year and we need everyone's support!  Cool prizes will be on display in the case outside of Guidance and include a Smart TV, Electronics, gift cards and more!  Everyone who raises $75 or more will be eligible to win!  Everyone who raises $125 or more will get an entry for the 2007 Toyota Scion!  And for every $50 raised over that you will get an extra entry!

 

Attention all students:  Cheney Tech will have no school on Friday, September 28th.  Students who ride the Cheney buses should make arrangements to get alternate transportation that day

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Student Ambassadors:  there will be an informational meeting for all new Student Ambassadors on Tuesday, September 25th at 2:05 in the Café. Please see Ms. Sweeney in Room 109 if you have questions or cannot make the meeting.

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up 2 days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or if the teacher gives approval.

College Visits ~

Friday, September 21st – Savannah College of Art and Design

 Monday, September 24th – Saint Joseph’s College (ME), Assumption College

Wednesday, September 26th – U.S. Air Force, University of Saint Joseph

Thursday, September 27th – University of Maine – Farmington, Siena College

Friday, September 28th – College of the Holy Cross, University of Connecticut

 

Student Government:  there will be a meeting after school on Monday, September 24th in Room 111.  All interested in helping out with student government are encouraged to attend.

 

Mock Trial:  we will have a meeting on Tuesday, September 25th at 2:05 in Room 215.  Bring your IPad’s!  See Mr. Healey with any questions.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Wrestling: there will be a brief informational meeting for the Wrestling team, Wednesday, September 26th, in Room 211, for all returning and new wrestlers. All skill levels welcome, no experience required. If you are unable to make this meeting, please see Mr. Cruanes in Room 211 or Angie Spielman.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: Located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Day 3

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

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

 

 Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Student Ambassadors:  there will be an informational meeting for all new Student Ambassadors on Tuesday, September 25 at 2:05 in the Café. Please see Ms. Sweeney in Room 109 if you have questions or cannot make the meeting.

 

Fall Stage Crew:  there will be a brief informational meeting in the auditorium on Thursday, September 20th for those interested in being a part of the fall drama “Stage crew”.  See Caitlin Barry, Stage Manager or Ms. Fiorentino in Room 233 with any questions.

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up 2 days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits ~

Thursday, September 20 – Marist College, University of New Haven

Friday, September 21 – Savannah College of Art and Design

 

Student Government:  there will be a meeting after school on Monday, September 24th in Room 111.  All interested in helping out with student government are encouraged to attend.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: Located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Day 2

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Be yourself, everyone else is already taken.

 

Attention Students! Just a reminder TODAY is our first collection date for pledges for the WalkEast Walkathon that will take place at the school on Friday, October 5th!  Please turn in your pledge money to your homeroom teachers this morning!! Everyone who turns in pledge money today will get a dress down day this Friday, September 21st! You can ask your teachers, family, neighbors and friends to pledge their support!

 

Everyone who raises $75 or more will get entered to win cool prizes including a Smart TV, Electronics, gift cards and more!  Everyone who raises $125 or more will get entered to win the 2007 Toyota Scion!!!!  Don't forget to turn in your pledge money!!!

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Fall Stage Crew:  there will be a brief informational meeting in the auditorium on Thursday, September 20th for those interested in being a part of the fall drama “Stage crew”.  See Caitlin Barry, Stage Manager or Ms. Fiorentino in Room 233 with any questions.

 

Attention students:  the school counseling office will be offering Senior College Work Sessions.  Counselors will be available to answer questions pertaining to the Common Application and Naviance beginning Monday, September 24th through Wednesday, October 3rd.  The help sessions will run during the long period study hall in the second floor computer lab, Room 234.

 

Attention all students:  the Veterans of Foreign Wars is sponsoring a scholarship open to students in grades 9-12.  The written essay topic is, “Why My Vote Matters.”  Entry deadline is October 31st.  See Mrs. DeAngelo in the guidance office for further details and an application.

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up 2 days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits ~

Monday, September 17 – Castleton University, University of Rhode Island

Tuesday, September 18 – Providence College, University of Hartford

Wednesday, September 19 – Merrimack College, Southern Connecticut State University

Thursday, September 20 – Marist College, University of New Haven

Friday, September 21 – Savannah College of Art and Design

 

The math team will hold a practice today after school at 2:05 in Room 106.  New members are welcome to join.

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: Located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Mass:  all are welcome to the celebration of the Eucharist every Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM in our Notre Dame chapel. Our celebrant will be Fr. Marcin.

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Day 1

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

What we think, we become.

 

Attention Students! Just a reminder tomorrow is our first collection date for pledges for the WalkEast Walkathon that will take place at the school on Friday, October 5th!  Please turn in your pledge money to your homeroom teachers tomorrow! Everyone who turns in pledge money tomorrow will get a dress down day this Friday, September 21st! You can ask your teachers, family, neighbors and friends to pledge their support!

 

Everyone who raises $75 or more will get entered to win cool prizes including a Smart TV, Electronics, gift cards and more!  Everyone who raises $125 or more will get entered to win the 2007 Toyota Scion!!!!  Don't forget to turn in your pledge money!!!

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Congratulations to Sabrina Calande who was elected as your freshman class president.

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up 2 days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits ~

Monday, September 17 – Castleton University, University of Rhode Island

Tuesday, September 18 – Providence College, University of Hartford

Wednesday, September 19 – Merrimack College, Southern Connecticut State University

Thursday, September 20 – Marist College, University of New Haven

Friday, September 21 – Savannah College of Art and Design

 

The math team will hold a practice Wednesday after school at 2:05 in room 106.  New members are welcome to join.

Dungeon and Dragon Club:  the club will have an interest meeting on Tuesday.  All levels of experience adventures are welcome for the journey of a lifetime.  I you can’t make the meeting but would like to join, see Grace Poirier or Mr. Sullivan in Room 202.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Attention girls interested in playing basketball: there will be a short meeting immediately after school today in the café. If you can't make it please see Coach Malone.

Yesterday, the Girls' Swimming and Diving team won 99-78 in their meet against Rocky Hill.  Excellent swims by Tahlia Crowley, Lexi Weir, Jenna Swist, Emma Wojnarowski, Paige Sciarra, and Maeve Williams helped lead the team to victory.  The team's next meet is Friday against Berlin.

The volleyball team played 5 close games against the powerhouse Simsbury team last night, but fell short of a win. The team is now 2-1.  Cami Pasqualoni  had 4 kills, 9 assists, and 4 aces-- and Kelly Wilson had 21 service points.  JV lost their match 2-0, but the Freshmen won 2-1.  The team travels to take on cross-town rival Manchester on Thursday.

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: Located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

 Monday, September 17, 2018

Day 8

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Life is a gift, and it offers us the privilege, opportunity, and responsibility to give something back by becoming more.

  

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Freshman class president:  Your freshman class president is Sabrina Calande.  Congratulations.

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up 2 days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits ~

Monday, September 17 – Castleton University, University of Rhode Island

Tuesday, September 18 – Providence College, University of Hartford

Wednesday, September 19 – Merrimack College, Southern Connecticut State University

Thursday, September 20 – Marist College, University of New Haven

Friday, September 21 – Savannah College of Art and Design

 

Mock Trial:  we will meet on Monday, September 17th at 2:05 in Room 215.

 

Junior Class executive board applications are available in Room 121.  They are due to Mrs. Andrews by Monday, September 17th.

 

Dungeon and Dragon Club:  the club will have an interest meeting on Tuesday.  All levels of experience adventures are welcome for the journey of a lifetime.  I you can’t make the meeting but would like to join, see Grace Poirier or Mr. Sullivan in Room 202.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

The volleyball team defeated Hartford Public 3-0 to improve to 2-0.   Elizabeth Long  had 5 kills, 3 assists.  Raina Mendoza had 3 kills, 2 aces.  JV improved to 1-1 with a 2-0 win.  The team hosts Simsbury today... Frosh & JV at 4:00 and Varsity at 5.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: Located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

Daily Announcements

 

Friday, September 14, 2018

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

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

 

Day 7

 

Attention Students!  This weekend start getting pledges from your family, neighbors and friends for the WalkEast Walkathon on October 5th! The first turn in date for pledge money is next Wednesday, September 19th!  We are asking all students to raise a minimum of $75!  You can always ask your teachers too!  Everyone who raises $75 will get entered to win great prizes including a Smart TV, Electronics, gift cards and more!  Everyone who raises $125 or more will be entered to win the 2007 Toyota Scion!

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up two days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits ~

Friday, September 14, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, Johnson and Wales

Monday, September 17 – Castleton University, University of Rhode Island

Tuesday, September 18 – Providence College, University of Hartford

Wednesday, September 19 – Merrimack College, Southern Connecticut State University

Thursday, September 20 – Marist College, University of New Haven

Friday, September 21 – Savannah College of Art and Design

 

Attention freshmen:  if you are interested in running for freshman class president - an application and a copy of your 5 minute speech are due to Ms. Snihurowych today, September 14th in Room 216.  Applications can be picked up in Room 216.

 

Mock Trial:  we will meet on Monday, September 17th at 2:05 in Room 215.

 

Junior Class executive board applications are available in Room 121.  They are due to Mrs. Andrews by Monday, September 17th.  

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: Located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

Daily Announcements

 

Thursday, September 13, 2018

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

We make a living by what we get.  We make a life by what we give.

 

Day 6

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the Conference Room.

 

Attention Students! Just a reminder that you need to turn in your completed "Mailers" for the WalkEast Walkathon to your homeroom teachers this morning to get a dress down day tomorrow.  All "Mailers" should be turned in this morning!  The WalkEast Walkathon will take place at the school on October 5th!  We need everyone's support for this!  The 2007 Toyota Scion will be on display in the circle today!  One of you will win the car on October 5th!

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up two days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits this week ~

Thursday, September 13, Elms College, Southern Vermont College

Friday, September 14, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, Johnson and Wales

 

Classics Club:  there will be an interest meeting at 2:05 in Room 202 today.  If you cannot attend, please see Mr. Sullivan.

 

Attention freshmen:  if you are interested in running for freshman class president - an application and a copy of your 5 minute speech are due to Ms. Snihurowych by Friday, September 14th in Room 216.  Applications can be picked up in Room 216.

 

Junior Class executive board applications are available in Room 121.  They are due to Mrs. Andrews by Monday, September 17th.  

 

The math team will hold an informational meeting today after school at 2:05 in Room 106.  Everyone is welcome to join us for this meeting and find out more about the math team and the plans for the coming year.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

There will be a yearbook meeting for all interested students today, September 13th after school in Room 119. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: Located in the front lobby is now 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: 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.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

 

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.

 

Day 6

 

Attention all – Picture make-ups will take place on Friday, October 26th 8:00-12:00 in the conference room.

 

Attention students!  All WalkEast Walkathon mailers must be turned into your homeroom teachers this am for a dress down day this Friday!  Make sure your completed mailers are turned in!  The car should be on the circle later today - a 2007 Toyota Scion!  Someone will win the car on October 5th!

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up two days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits this week ~

Thursday, September 13, Elms College, Southern Vermont College

Friday, September 14, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, Johnson and Wales

 

Classics Club:  there will be an interest meeting at 2:05 in Room 202 this Thursday.  If you cannot attend, please see Mr. Sullivan.

 

Attention freshmen:  if you are interested in running for freshman class president - an application and a copy of your 5 minute speech are due to Ms. Snihurowych by Friday, September 14th in Room 216.  Applications can be picked up in Room 216.

 

Junior Class executive board applications are available in Room 121.  They are due to Mrs. Andrews by Monday, September 17th.  

 

The math team will hold an informational meeting on Thursday after school at 2:05 in Room 106.  Everyone is welcome to join us for this meeting and find out more about the math team and the plans for the coming year.

 

Music Department ~

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

 

There will be a yearbook meeting for all interested students on Thursday, September 13 after school in Room 119. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

 

There will be a meeting for anyone and everyone interested in playing baseball in the spring after school today, September 12th in the Team Room, 11:45 till about 12:30pm.  Anyone and Everyone interested in playing baseball should attend.

 

The Cross Country teams split their meet yesterday.  Tolland beat us but we beat Enfield.  Fiona Crowley led our team and placed 2nd overall.  Molly Brown, Rebecca Villanueva, Sarah Ibrahim, Amber Grybowski, and Eleanor Mund rounded out the Varsity.   Heath Olivieri won the race.  Andrew Ferruolo, John Paul Oei, Israel Caro, Caeden Bailey, EJ Wilson, and Jake Muldoon rounded out the Varsity.

 

Ice Hockey: if you missed Thursday’s meeting please stop by Room 215 to see Coach Healey.

 

Boys Swim Team:   there will be a brief informational meeting on Wednesday, September 12th immediately after school in Room 225. All Current members and those interested in trying out should attend.  If you cannot attend contact one of the captains.

 

Congratulations to the Girls Swim and Dive Team on yesterday's win over Farmington.

 First place finishes by Jenna Swist in the 50 Free, Tess Penders in Diving, Tahlia Crowley in the 100 Free and 100 Backstroke, Emma Wojnarowski in the 500 Free, and Maeve Williams in the 100 Breaststroke led the team to victory. Other strong performances included swims by Paige Sciarra, Faith O'Brien, Kayley Hallisey, and Amelia Martin.  The girls will swim again against Rocky Hill on Monday."

 

The Varsity volleyball team won their home season opener against East Hartford, 3 games to 0.  Junior Liz Long led the attack with 11 kills and 5 aces, and Senior Tamisha Myers contributed 3 kills.  The JV played well but took a 0-2 loss, and the Freshmen won their match 2-1.  The team travels to Hartford Public on Friday.

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Monday, September 10, 2018

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th.

 

Day 4

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up two days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits this week ~

Monday, September 10, Adelphi University, Catholic University

Tuesday, September 11, Husson University, Mitchell College

Thursday, September 13, Elms College, Southern Vermont College

Friday, September 14, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, Johnson and Wales

 

Mock Trial:  an informational meeting will be held for the 2018-2019 Mock Trial Team on Monday, September 10th at 2:05 in Room 215.  Questions, see Mr. Healey.  ANYONE ATTENDING TODAY’S MEETING, PLEASE BRING YOUR IPAD.

 

Attention freshmen:  if you are interested in running for freshman class president an application and a copy of your 5 minute speech are due to Ms. Snihurowych by Friday, September 14th in Room 216.  Applications can be picked up in Room 216.

 

Junior Class executive board applications are available in Room 121.  They are due back  to Mrs. Andrews by Monday, September 17th.  

 

Music Department ~

Tri-M: will meet immediately after school for leadership-training workshop.  You must turn in your permission slip before the end of the day.

 

Stage East:  call-backs will take place today at 3:15 in the auditorium.  The call-back list is posted in the music wing.

 

Performing Ensembles: This week we begin rehearsals for performing groups before/after school. If you play an instrument or sing and could not fit Band, Choir, or Orchestra in your schedule, these rehearsals are for you.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Brudz in the music department.

Student Ambassadors: there will be a Student Ambassador meeting on Tuesday, September 11th at 2:05 in the Café for all returning ambassadors. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions or if you cannot make it to the meeting.

Yearbook:  there will be a yearbook meeting for all interested students on Thursday, September 13 after school in Room 119. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions.

There will be a meeting for anyone and everyone interested in playing baseball in the spring after school on Wednesday, September 12th in the Team Room, 11:45 till about 12:30pm.  Anyone and Everyone interested in playing baseball should attend.

 

Ice Hockey: if you missed Thursday’s meeting please stop by Room 215 to see Coach Healey.

 

The Boys and Girls Cross Country team ran in the Windham Invitational on Saturday.

 Heath Olivieri scored the fastest time of the day with a blistering 16:22 on the 5K course.  Andrew Ferruolo and Caeden Bailey also ran PRs on this course.  John Paul Oei and EJ Wilson rounded out the Varsity spots.  Israel Caro and Lindsay O'Neill were the top freshmen on our team.

 

Fiona Crowley and Rebecca Villanueva posted their PRs for this course and lead our team.  Sarah Ibrahim and Greg Sadlak ran well.  Our next meet is Tuesday at Tolland.

 

Congrats to East Catholic Football for their season opening 28-18 win over Avon.  Touchdowns were scored by Noah Vail, Matt Byam, Harrison Eklund and Steven Chen.  Tonight the JV team hosts Berlin at 7:00 on the Cheney Tech field.

 

Boys Swim Team:   there will be a brief informational meeting on Wednesday, September 12th immediately after school in Room 225. All Current members and those interested in trying out should attend.  If you cannot attend contact one of the captains.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Thursday, September 6, 2018

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

All you seek is already within you.

 

Day 3

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up two days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits ~

September 10, Adelphi University, Catholic University

September 11, Husson University, Mitchell College

September 13, Elms College, Southern Vermont College

September 14, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, Johnson and Wales

 

Mock Trial:  an informational meeting will be held for the 2018-2019 Mock Trial Team on Monday, September 10th at 2:05 in Room 215.  Questions, see Mr. Healey.

 

Student Ambassadors: there will be a Student Ambassador meeting on Tuesday, September 11 at 2:05 in the Café for all returning ambassadors. Please see Ms. Sweeney with questions or if you cannot make it to the meeting.

 

There will be a meeting for anyone and everyone interested in playing baseball in the spring after school on Wednesday, September 12th in the Team Room, 11:45 till about 12:30pm.  Anyone and Everyone interested in playing baseball should attend.

 

Girls Basketball:  attention all girls interested in playing basketball this winter: there will be an informational meeting from 2:05 to 2:15 after school on Thursday, September 6th in the cafeteria. If you can't make it please see Coach Malone prior.

 

Boys Ice Hockey:  there will be an important meeting for all those interested in playing boys ice hockey this year on Thursday, September 6th at 2:05 in Rooom 215.  Questions, see Mr. Healey.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday

afternoon 1:30 to 2:00 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

 

 

Daily Announcements

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

All you seek is already within you.

 

Day 2

 

Attention all seniors!!! It’s not too early to start thinking about college visits and applications.  Representatives from various colleges and universities will be visiting East in the coming weeks.  Please check Naviance to see which college representatives will be here, and sign up two days prior to their visit.  All visits begin at 1:40 p.m.  Seniors are allowed to attend if they have a free period or is the teacher gives approval.

College Visits ~

September 10, Adelphi University, Catholic University

September 11, Husson University, Mitchell College

September 13, Elms College, Southern Vermont College

September 14, University of Massachusetts - Amherst

 

Mock Trial:  an informational meeting will be held for the 2018-2019 Mock Trial Team on Monday, September 10th at 2:05 in Room 215.  Questions, see Mr. Healey.

 

National Honor Society:  there will be a meeting for all members on Wednesday, September 5th at 2:05 in Room 129.  Please be prompt.

 

Girls Basketball:  attention all girls interested in playing basketball this winter: there will be an informational meeting from 2:05 to 2:15 after school on Thursday, September 6th in the cafeteria. If you can't make it please see Coach Malone prior.

 

Boys Ice Hockey:  there will be an important meeting for all those interested in playing boys ice hockey this year on Thursday, September 6th at 2:05 in Rooom 215.  Questions, see Mr. Healey.

 

Lost and Found: 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.

 

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday

afternoon 1:30 to 2:00 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.

Daily Announcements

Friday, August 31, 2018

 

What does the LORD require of you? “To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God”.  Micah 6:86

 

Your journey has just begun.  Make the most of it.

Day 1

 

Friday, August 31st - First Full Day of Classes

                     All school Mass, 9:15 AM, Auditorium

 

Lost and Found: 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.

Eagles Nest Spirit Shop: located in the front lobby is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 1:30 to 2:00 PM.  Come visit the Eagle’s Nest Spirit Shop.

 

Daily Rosary:  please join us in reciting the rosary every Friday morning at 7:10 AM in our Notre Dame Chapel.  All are welcome.