Please stand for our morning prayer

We remember that we are in the presence of God.

Let us pray together as a school community in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. 

Heavenly Father, we all know that Jesus was born in a stable because none of the inns at Bethlehem had any room for him. In our own way, we face a decision. We can make room for Jesus, or we can let the noise and material things fill us up so much that we don’t have any room for him. You created us to be the innkeeper of our lives. We have the freedom to allow people to come and stay in our life. We have the power to ask them to leave. We have the freedom to let you in or keep you out. Give us the wisdom to make the right choice when we choose to make room in our life for Jesus. Amen.

St. Stanislaus, pray for us.

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. 

Will everyone please join me as we recite together the Pledge of Allegiance.

“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands,  one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

Please remain standing until the dress and grooming check have been completed. Teachers, please make sure cell phones are turned in. 

Classes at OLA

If you have class at OLA 1st or 2nd period today, please report to the resource center and see Mrs. Farrior.

Athletic Results

The junior varsity basketball team lost last night by a score of 34-48 and the varsity won by a score of 38-33. The varsity team was led by Paxton DeBardeleben with 12 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists, 

Spencer Cornell with 9 points and 6 rebounds, Max Baria with 7 points 9 rebounds and 3 blocks and

Henry Williams with 3 points 4 steals and 4 deflections. 

The varsity team moves to a record of 4-4 and will be back in action this Friday on the road against West Marion. 

The junior high soccer team defeated Pass Christian last night 3-1. Lex Rhodes scored two goals and Jackson Orozco scored the other goal. 

The junior high Rock-A-Chaws fell last night in a hard fought contest to the Poplarville Hornets 39-34. 

The Rock-A-Chaws were led in scoring by Theo Hawkins and Javien Thompson both with 11 points,

Jordan Gilliam with 5, Cameron Flynn with 4, and Matthew Williston with 1. 

Athletic Events

The varsity soccer team will travel to North Forrest tonight for a game at 7:00.

Football Rocks

Congratulations to the following Football Rocks for being selected to the 8-3A All-Region Team: Region Player of the Year – Ian Gonzalez Rioz; Defensive Player of the Year – Jacob Bradford; Special Teams Player of the Year – Evan Noel; All-MVP Team – Charlie Brown, Spencer Cornell, Henry Nunmaker, Chesley Rhodes, Isaiah Haynes, Jaxon West, Ethan Galloway, Levi Green, Andrew Whitney, Alston Davidson, Heith Shinn; 1st Team – Sam LeJeune, John Scott Stassi, Jaden Tran, Max Rhodes, Ben Cappel, Finn Williford, Ben Brewer, Robert Kergosien. Congratulations once again to these outstanding young men!


Students in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in joining the SSC Powerlifting team should see Coach McRaney in the resource center today during the morning break to sign up.  Coach Cooley will schedule a meeting later this week for those who sign up.

Key Club

There will be a Key Club meeting tomorrow morning in room 250. All members should attend and all students interested in Key Club are welcome to attend.

Chess Club

Chess club will meet on Friday of this week. There will be no chess club on Thursday. 

Activities Board

Please check the activities board for announcements and upcoming events.


The lunch for today is: grilled chicken yakitori salad with soup; or hamburger with chips.


Today is the birthday of senior Mateen Kellum and Mr. Mack Newsome. Happy birthday Mateen and Mr. Newsome! Have a great day.

Quote of the Day

The quote of the day comes from St. Clare of Assisi – “Our body is not made of iron. Our strength is not that of stone. Live and hope in the Lord, and let your service be according to reason.”

Thanks for your attention. Ametur Cor Jesu!