Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Morning Announcements
Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Please stand for our morning prayer

We remember that we are in the presence of God

Today is the 13th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s destruction to our area. So we will say a special prayer in remembrance.

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

Compassionate Lord, we pray for those whos lives and livelihoods were devastated by Hurricane Katrina thirteen years ago. We remember those who lost their lives so suddenly. We hold in our hearts the families who were forever changed by grief and loss. Continue, Lord, to bring them consolation and comfort. Surround them with our prayers for strength. Bless those who survived, who have rebuilt, and to this day, help them heal their memories of trauma and destruction.
Help us now to respond with generosity in prayer, in assistance, and with aid to the best of our abilities to any natural disasters as we remember those who so generously and prayerfully assisted our community in 2005.

We ask all these things in Jesus’ name. Amen

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

Saint Stanislaus, pray for us.

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.


Tomorrow during 2nd period we will have our first fire drill of the school year. Please listen closely to these instructions so that you will know what is expected of you during the drill.

When the alarm sounds you need to immediately stop what you are doing and listen to your teacher’s instructions. When given the go ahead from your teacher you are to file out of the room quickly and in complete silence.

When exiting the building be sure to file down the right side of the stairwell; leaving the left side available for emergency personnel.

Once outside you should move quickly to the fenced-in parking lot on Bookter St. In the parking lot you will need to find the number for your first period classroom. The numbers are painted on the ground. You are to line up single-file in front of your classroom number facing the covered walkway with your backs to the street. You will remain silently in-line until instructed to head back to class.

You are asked to remain silent while filing back into the building as well. And please remember that you are to head directly back to your 2nd period class. This is not a break; no stops for water or to use the bathroom.

Please remember that complete silence and full cooperation are needed from each and every one of you in order for things to go smoothly. Thank you for your attention to this.

Athletic Events
Tonight the 7th and 8th grade football teams will play Pass Christian at home with games at 5:00 and 6:30 PM..
The swim team will host a meet with D’Iberville and West Harrison beginning at 5:00 PM.

Summer Service Hours
If anyone completed service hours over the summer months, forms must be submitted to Mr. Roberts, by this Friday, August 31st. No credit will be given for summer service hours after Friday.

Rock Workshop
Next Tuesday, September 4th is our first Rock Workshop of the year. All 8th grade through junior students please be sure to bring a free read book to Tuesday’s Rock Workshop, as there will be time at the end for free reading and students will not be allowed to go to the library during class time to get a book. Tuesday’s Rock Workshop will also be the first time 7th grade little brothers meet their senior big brothers. Rosters with room numbers are posted in the resource center.

Track and Field
Attention Track & Field team members: Last year’s letter jacket patches have arrived. If you were a member of the varsity track team last season, please stop by and see Coach Daigle in his classroom during one of the breaks this week. Remember that all varsity team members are receiving a patch.

St. Jude Fundraiser
In honor of this Friday’s superhero themed pep rally, Student Council, in conjunction with SSC Cheer, is hosting a money drop to benefit St. Jude starting today through next Wednesday. If over $250 is raised, the grade that donated the most will receive a jeans free dress day next Friday. If over $350 is raised, the grade that donated the most will receive a shorts free dress day next Friday. Money drop buckets are in the resource center in front of the display case. Please consider donating to this great cause!

Mu Alpha Theta
There will be a meeting for all current and new members of Mu Alpha Theta for grades 9 – 12 on Thursday morning at 8 a.m. for the purpose of selecting class representatives for each grade level. Students that are interested in being placed onto the ballot are to see Mr. Roy in Room 252 before the end of the day today. See the Activities bulletin board or Mr. Roy for more information.

Jr. Duck Stamp Art Competition
Students are invited to come to the art room on Friday at 4th period or 5th period lunch to hear about the Jr. Duck Stamp Art Competition in March. Grades 7 – 12 are eligible to compete and Mrs. Lawson will be supervising the art development for this if you choose to participate.

Activities Board
Students, please check the Activities Board for the following activities: RC Club, Drama, Radio Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Magick Club, and Robotics.

Lunch Menu
The lunch menu for today is roast pork loin; or bacon cheddar ranch chicken sandwich or shrimp salad.

Today is the birthday of 9th grader Jackson Morris. Happy birthday Jackson! Have a great day today.

Quote of the Day
The Quote of the Day today comes from Bishop Daniel Jenky, who once noted that: “We have nothing to fear, for we have an eternal destiny in Heaven. We have nothing to fear, though the earth may quake, kingdoms may rise and fall, demons may rage, but St. Michael the Archangel, and all the hosts of heaven, fight on our behalf.”

Thanks for your attention. Ametur Cor Jesu!