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From the Principal: Ms. Rosemary Distaso-Libbon, Principal Dear Parents,

I want to begin this letter with congratulations. Ray Hadnett and Alyssa Heisen have distinguished themselves with their concern for others, their willingness to serve, and their witness to faith in action. They, along with the other representatives from our Catholic high schools, were honored at a special Mass at the Cathedral on March 14th. Congratulations as well to all of our undergraduate awardees, especially our Students of the Semester for the fall semester of this year: Class of 2020 Jacqueline Raetz-Vigon and Joseph Murphy Class of 2019 Katherine Dang and Matthew Norambuena Class of 2018 Sophie Shapiro and Christian Singson Class of 2017 Caroline Cusolito and Sean Carnahan I also want to congratulate the newest inductees of the National Honor Society and our Girls’ and Boys’ State Representatives: Boys’ State: Kevin O’Donnell, Jackson Anderson and Ryan Simone (alt); Girls’ State: Caitlyn Kester, Isabella Pilon (alt), Anna Quast (alt) And congratulation to our Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball teams who as I write this are entering State Competition after winning the Southern Section CIF Championships in their Divisions. We have much to be thankful for and to be proud of!

5430 Torrance Boulevard Torrance, California 90503 (310) 540 - 2021

BE YOU. Please not the following dates on the April calendar: · April 3, Monday,7:45 am Faculty Meeting, 8:45 am start · April 7, Friday, Grading Period Ends · April 12, Wednesday, Holy Week Service in Religion Classes, 12:45 Dismissal · April 13, Holy Thursday, Easter Break begins · April 16, Easter Sunday · April 25, Tuesday, Classes Resume, 8:45 am start · April 28, Friday, Prom at the Biltmore, Senior Holiday I wanted to remind you that you are always welcome to attend morning Mass in our Chapel before school as well as Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on Fridays during Lent. Father Ken is also available to our students for the Sacrament of Reconciliation. As we celebrate Easter and the promise of new life, I am reminded that our rebirth in Christ, the new life we have through His Resurrection is the most powerful sign of spring. Our students are full of life, full of promise, full of love— each of them a sign of the hope that we can all become new in Christ by committing ourselves to our mission to love others as God has loved us. This simple prayer is one I pray often for all of the many blessings I receive every day here at Bishop Montgomery. Let us be grateful when we are able to give, for many do not have that privilege. Let us be grateful for all those who share their gifts, for we are enriched by their giving. And let us be grateful even for our needs, so that we may learn from the generosity of others. On behalf of the Administration, Faculty, and Staff, I want to wish you a Happy Easter. The life of Jesus doesn’t end with the Crucifixion but is fulfilled in the Glory of the Resurrection, the greatest celebration of the Church. I wish you a joyous Easter! You are, as always, in my prayers.

Rosemary Libbon Principal


Guidance & Curriculum: Ms. Yvette Vigón-Morffi - Vice Principal - ext. 231, Mrs. Casey Dunn - Guidance/Studies Coordinator - ext. 226 March is the month when most colleges and universities notify applicants of their acceptances for the fall 2017 semester. We ask that you keep our seniors in your prayers as they await their decisions. They are certainly a competitive group and we are confident that many will be admitted to their first-choice schools. Please be aware that most colleges and universities require students to submit a Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) form by May 1 for the school they will attend. Waiting until May 1 is often a prudent decision, as you will likely have an opportunity to attend an admitted student’s reception and are able to more fully analyze offers of financial aid. Advanced Placement exams will take place Monday, May 1 through Friday, May 12. All morning tests will begin at 8:00am and all afternoon tests at 12:00pm. For the specific dates of each exam, please refer to the May calendar. As always, please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Sincerely, Casey Dunn Guidance/Studies Coordinator


Discipline: Ms. Betty Behen - Dean of Women - ext. 234, Mr. Lee Flores - Dean of Men - ext. 232 UNIFORMS Please review pages 32-34 of the Parent-Student Handbook with your child to ensure that there is a clear understanding of the uniform policy. Students may leave the house looking one way, but appear differently when they come on campus. There is no change in any policy. Students are constantly reminded: · to properly hem the bottom of his/her pants so that they do not bunch up on top of the shoes. If a parent is worried that the pants will be too short as their son/daughter grows, a temporary stitched hem can still be sewn in and let down as he/she grows. · that pants need to be worn at the natural waist, not drooping at the hips or lower. Some young men have pants drooping so low that their underwear is exposed. Many students are wearing pants that are 4” - 6” bigger in the waist than they should be. The waist needs to be taken in if the pants are large. · that both polo shirts and oxford shirts should be tucked in all the way. Many students leave their shirts untucked and fold them under so that they only “appear” tucked in. · that the only jackets allowed are Bishop Montgomery jackets. The only acceptable sweatshirts are official BMHS sweatshirts. · Page 17 of the handbook clearly states that the flagrant disregard for the dress code is grounds for a referral or more severe repercussions. The uniform policy is strictly enforced by faculty and administrators. · that a student will be detained in the Attendance Office if the dress code infraction cannot be corrected. The Attendance Office will make an attempt to contact the parent so that the uniform item that is missing will be brought to the student before the student is allowed to return to class Parent-Student Handbook, page 13) HAIRSTYLES As we approach spring break, please remember that exaggerated hairstyles and colors are not permitted. Furthermore, boys must have their hair cut above the eyebrows, (mid) ears, and collar. This includes sideburns. Students who do not comply with this requirement will not be allowed to attend classes. Earrings are not allowed for men and only 2 pair of earrings is allowed for ladies. (Parent-Student Handbook, page. 33) DETENTIONS With a small number of days left in the school year, there are even less detention days. Detentions take precedence over athletic practices. Arrangements can be made for missing detention due to illnesses, medical appointments, athletic games/meets, and tutoring. Remember that disregard for an assigned detention is cause for a referral and may result in probation (Parent-Student Handbook, page 15). Remember, life is much easier when there is no detention to serve in the first place! PROM TIME Prom is just around the corner. As a reminder, “the school does not permit the renting of hotel rooms or other facilities for students’ use for activities before or after Bishop Montgomery dances... The school does not assume responsibility or liability for damages, loss of property, or injury caused when such rental agreements are incurred by students or their parents.” (Parent-Student Handbook, page. 22)


Remember that your student must fill out the Prom Bid when bringing a non-BMHS student to the dance. The Guest Pass must be signed by the BMHS Discipline Office and turned in to the Student Store by the deadline. The bid must also include a signature from the Dean of the guest student’s school, along with a stamp of the school seal. The Deans reserve the right to refuse any non-BMHS student from attending the Prom. All students and their guests are required to bring and show a picture ID card from their respective school. You are responsible for the behavior of your student’s guest. DRESS CODE – PROM 2017 Please adhere to the following dress code for prom. Please do not assume any liberties with these guidelines when you or an invited guest purchase dress attire for the event. All BMHS and non-BMHS guests are required to conform to these guidelines. Anyone not adhering to these guidelines will be asked to leave and will not be permitted to enter the dance. If you are asked to leave, bid money will not be refunded as well as you may leave yourself open to disciplinary action. BMHS reserves the right to refuse admittance to any person not properly attired. GENTLEMEN · A tuxedo or suit is required. · Ties are required unless dress shirts with a mandarin collar are worn. · Dress shoes are required. · Please no earrings, sunglasses, hats, gloves, or canes.

LADIES · Two pairs of earrings may be worn in the lower lobe. Sunglasses are not permitted. · The length of the dress should be in accordance with the stated uniform dress code guidelines for skirts and shorts as stated on page 33 of the BMHS Student Handbook.

Carpools •

Carpool needed from San Pedro area. Please contact Mr. Toru Saito, 424-356-2098 or Ms. Renrong Guo, 310-418-7608. The address is 783 Gatun St. Unit 309, San Pedro CA 90731. email: grr919@126.ccom

Please send your carpool requests to and we will include it in the next parent newsletter.

· Dress must be solid material throughout. Dresses may not show a bare midriff or contain cutouts, which expose the torso (front or back). · Fitted dresses may not be excessively tight. Dresses should be comfortable for dancing and sitting. · Neither backless nor strapless dresses are permitted. The back of the dress may not fall below midback. · Ladies are reminded that the display of excessive cleavage is inappropriate and unbecoming. Just a reminder that the hotel requires that shoes remain on at all times while on the premises. Student attire should be appropriate, modest, and in good taste. Freshmen, as well as guests over the age of twenty (20) are not allowed to attend prom.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE TUITION OFFICE REMINDER TO ALL SENIOR PARENTS FINAL PAYMENT The final tuition payment for Seniors is due Monday, May 1, 2017. PAST DUE ACCOUNTS Past due accounts must be paid with a credit card, money order, or cash. No personal checks will be accepted at this late date for past due accounts. FINAL EXAMS All accounts must be paid - in full – by Monday, May 8 for student to be eligible to sit for final exams. DIPLOMAS A student’s diploma will be held until his or her account is paid in full.

REMINDER TO All 9, 10 AND 11 GRADE STUDENTS FINAL PAYMENT The final tuition payment for grades 9, 10, and 11 is due Monday, May 1, 2017. PAST DUE ACCOUNTS Past due accounts must be paid with a credit card, money order, or cash. No personal checks will be accepted at this late date for past due accounts. FINAL EXAMS All accounts must be paid - in full – for student to be eligible to sit for final exams beginning Monday, June 5, 2017.


Activities: Mrs. Milana McDermott - Dean of Student Life - ext. 273 Spring brings the 2017-2018 ASB and class officer elections, Spirit Squad tryouts, Spring Spirit Week, Arts Fest and senior activities. It is a busy time on campus, so please remind your students of these dates and don’t let them pass up these opportunities to get involved!

Student Leadership Day for Middle School Students

Bishop Montgomery partnered once again with The Association of Catholic Student Councils to host a Student Leadership Day on Friday, February 17. Over 200 middle school students from all over the Archdiocese visited our campus and participated in workshops facilitated by Bishop Montgomery students. These presentations encourage middle school students to step forward and lead, practice teamwork, and apply their leadership skills. Students learned about programs that serve underprivileged communities, and how to put our Catholic Faith into action. 

ASB and Class Officer Elections

Newly elected officers will join in regular ASB and class officer meetings once elected. These newly elected officers are expected to attend the summer leadership training and planning meetings in May and June.

Spirit Squad for 2017-2018

Applications for our Song Team were distributed at an information meeting in the Student Activity Center on March 8, and applications for the Short Flag Team will be distributed during lunch on March 22 in the Activities Office. All potential applicants must have all their paperwork on file by March 27 in order to participate in workshops and tryouts in March and April. Students can stop by the Activities Office for more information.

Spring Spirit Week

Bishop celebrated Spring Spirit Week the week of March 13-17. The week was full of activities and opportunities to show class and school spirit while spring varsity athletes are recognized. Battle of the Bands was held during lunchtime, along with our traditional Class Color Day and Black & Gold Day. Students enjoyed an extended lunch period on Thursday for Lunchapalooza, which featured performances by student bands, and the week’s activities ended with a All About the 90’s Sadie Hawkins Dance on Friday, March 17.

Bishop Ambassadors

Bishop Ambassadors is a leadership organization that promotes student involvement in marketing our school to prospective families. Bishop Ambassadors are actively involved with Back to School Night, Open House, HSPT Testing Day, Freshman Registration, Feeder School Visits to name a few. Applications will be distributed this spring for 2017-2018 school year. Interested students should listen to announcements for more details on application dates and deadlines. Seniors Specific information regarding senior events, including Senior Luau, Prom, Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation, was sent home in a detailed letter on March 10. Information is posted on the BMHS website. If you did not receive your letter, please contact the Activities Office in order to get a copy. Pay special attention to dates and deadlines so that you do not miss out on these important senior activities. I look forward to seeing you and your students involved in these upcoming events. Thanks for your support!


Athletics: Mr. Eric Wood - Athletic Director - ext. 269, Mr. Ed Hodgkiss - Assistant Athletic Director - ext. 260, Ms. Camille Buckley - Assistant Athletic Director - ext. 262 Girls' & Boys' Win CIF Titles The Bishop Montgomery girls' and boys' basketball programs made more school history when they captured CIF titles in their respective divisions. On Friday, March 3 at Azusa Pacific University, the girls' beat Huntington Beach 41-38 in dramatic fashion to win the CIF-SS Division 1A title. It was the 8th CIF title for the girls' program and their 3rd title in the last four years. The girls' overcame a late deficit and some cold shooting to beat Huntington Beach before a large contingent of BMHS students, family, and friends. Senior Jessica Malazarte '17 hit two late three-pointers and junior Sophia Carroll '18 sank two free throws with seconds remaining to clinch the win for the Lady Knights (21-9). For Malazarte, it was her third title in her four years at BMHS. Also significant in the win was the history made by BMHS head coach Noelle Quinn '03. In just her first year as head coach, Quinn became only the second person in school history to win CIF titles as both a player and a coach. Quinn, a BMHS athletic hall of fame inductee, won three CIF titles (and four state titles) as a player at BMHS. The first person to achieve this accomplishment was Kit Schwartzman '86, who won soccer titles as a player and coach. On Saturday, March 4th at the Honda Center in Anaheim, the boys' basketball team (27-2) beat Mater Dei 70-55 to win the CIF-SS Open Division title. It was the program's 7th CIF title and the 6th for head coach Doug Mitchell. The Open Division is widely regarded as the toughest division in the nation. The Knights entered the game ranked first in the state and seventh in the nation. Like the girls' game the night before, the boys' overcame a late deficit to win the title. The Knights used a fourth quarter 20-4 run to put the game away. The win was punctuated by a 360-degree dunk by senior Ethan Thompson '17, who was named player of the game. He finished with 23 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists.


Development: Mr. Andy Marafino - Director of Development and Alumni - ext. 246, Mrs. Amy Traxler - Assistant to the Director of Development and Public Relations - ext. 249 QUEEN OF ANGELS TUITION ASSISTANCE FUND The Queen of Angels Tuition Assistance Fund was created in 2012 in order to help current Bishop Montgomery students. Since the fund was created, close to $500,000 has been donated by Bishop Montgomery parents, past parents, alumni and friends. Once again, we are asking you, our current BMHS parents, for your support of this important fund. You should have received the Queen of Angels Tuition Assistance letter from Ms. Libbon, or you will receive it soon. We ask that you consider making a gift of $100. However, any gift that you are comfortable making is a blessing and will make an impact in the lives of our students. We thank all of you who have given to this fund in the past and we look forward to your continued support. As always, all gifts to Bishop Montgomery are tax-deductible as we are a 501 (c)(3) organization. ALUMNI PARENTS If you are receiving more than one copy of Veritas magazine (because you are on both our current parent and alumni lists) please contact the Development Office so that we may update our records. Call 540-2021 ext. 246 or e-mail: eSCRIP PROGRAM at BMHS Supporting BMHS through escrip is easy (and free to sign up). Visit and click on “sign-up” to begin or click here for instructions. It takes only a minute to register! You can earn money for BMHS by shopping at participating merchants or shopping online at over 800 shops.  TARGET Do you have their REDcard?  Support BMHS by simply shopping at Target or and use your REDcard.  Visit and register your card and support BMHS.  The Bishop Montgomery High School code is 2783.  Through their Take Charge of Education program, Target will donate 1% of every purchase back to the school! AMAZON SMILE Who doesn’t love Now you can support Bishop Montgomery each time you shop at Amazon. Go to and login with your Amazon account information.  Type in “Bishop Montgomery High School” when prompted to select a charitable organization.  On the next page, click “select” and you are ready to shop and support BMHS.  Amazon will donate .5% of every purchase back to BMHS! OFFICIAL BISHOP MONTGOMERY APPAREL Are you looking for some cool Bishop Montgomery apparel for you or your kids? The official Bishop Montgomery online store has many great items and styles available for adults and kids. Visit and click “SHOP” on the left side of the home page. It’s the perfect Christmas gift for you and our school!

SUPPORT OUR CORPORATE SPONSORS BMHS is proud to be associated with businesses, corporations, and community members who support our school in so many ways. Information on our corporate sponsors and how to become a corporate sponsor is available at by clicking on “Support BMHS” in the upper right corner of the website.

Dear Parents, A quick glance of calendar dates for the 2017 – 2018 school year are listed below for your convenience. Please take these dates into consideration when planning your vacations. Absences for vacations outside of the given vacation dates will be unexcused. August 17 August 18 August 21 September 4 October 11 November 10 November 23 - 24 December 2

December 13 - 15

Classes begin – 9th grade students only Classes begin – 10th – 12th grade students Back to School Night Labor Day PSAT Test day Veterans’ Day Holiday Thanksgiving Mothers’ Club Christmas Luncheon

Semester Finals – WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY

December 18 Semester grades due 11:00am December 18 – January 5 Christmas Vacation January 15 Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 29 – February 4 Catholic Schools Week February 14 Ash Wednesday February 19 Presidents’ Day – Student Holiday March 19 Freshmen Registration Day March 22 Re-registration Day March 29 – April 9 Easter vacation April 10 Classes resume May 7 – May 18 AP Exams May 21 - 22 Sr. Finals - MONDAY – TUESDAY during lab periods May 22 Bacc. Mass May 23 Sr. Grades due 10:00am May 24 Sr. Awards May 25 Homestudy Day, no classes, Graduation May 28 Memorial Day Holiday June 5 - 7 Semester Finals – TUESDAY - THURSDAY June 8 Grades due June 13 Summer School begins Sincerely, Yvette Vigón-Morffi Vice Principal


Performing Arts: Mr. Eric Hankey - Instrumental and Vocal Music Director Knight Band & Guard, Jazz Band, Drumline, Music Ministry, Music Production and Video Production JAZZ NIGHT IS COMING! ARTS FEST WEEK APRIL 3 -7 Arts Fest is April 3rd-7, and we are in a brand new location - the BMHS Library! The room will be dressed up the whole week for the following special presentations. Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday:

Music Performances at lunch Poetry readings at lunch Student Films and Improv Show at lunch Student Art Show and Ceramics Sale at lunch 6:30-8:30 - Jazz Night with the BMHS Jazz Band, Jazz Combo, and special guests “Zamar” - free admission & prizes!

We look forward to seeing lots of you there, for great performances, outstanding guest artists, beautiful studio art, and excellent desserts! KNIGHT MUSIC BOOSTER CLUB The Knight Music Booster Club represents the Band, Jazz Band, Drumline, Music Production, Video Production, and Music Ministry. Their meetings are usually on the same Monday nights as Athletic Booster Club and Mother’s Club at 6:00 pm in Room 318 – additional meetings are scheduled as needed.  Please join them to help keep the many projects they organize rolling. MUSIC DEPARTMENT HOURS We are always practicing, planning, and organizing school concerts, local performances, competitions, parades, tours, and many other important things – come on in any day before or after school between 6:30 am - 3:30pm (although we’re often there earlier and later).  To get in touch with Mr. Hankey, please call the school or email at


Campus Ministry: Dorothy Morski - Co-Campus Minister - ext. 243, Amy Hendry - Co-Campus Minister - ext. 236, Fr. Ken Deasy - Chaplain - ext. 236 CAMPUS MINISTRY

This April we look forward to the celebration of Easter. As Saint Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 15:14, “If Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain and your faith is in vain.” We have been working during Lent to prepare ourselves for his death, and ultimately his Resurrection. Through prayer, fasting, and almsgiving we have prepared our hearts to be filled with the gift of his ultimate sacrifice. Hopefully, you will continue to let God work in and through you. The journey doesn’t stop here.


Thank you for all of your support, love, and prayers for our Seniors attending their Kairos retreats. We pray for all the retreatants from our past three Senior retreats.


Thank you to all students and families who donated to the March Denim Day. As we look to our April Denim Day on Wednesday April 5th your generosity is always appreciated for each cause we are supporting. Thank you for bringing in your $2 or more to help. May He bless you for your generosity of giving prayers and financial support to others in need. We also appreciate your help in our Pennies for Patients during the month of March. We also look forward to Earth Week and acknowledging our part to be good stewards of creation as we are called to be.


Arts Fest 2017 Schedule of Events

Monday, 4/3: Music Solo Performances at lunch in Library

Tuesday, 4/4: Poetry Readings at lunch in TMH Wednesday, 4/5: Student Films and Improv at lunch in TMH Thursday, 4/6: Student Art Show and Ceramics Sale at lunch in the Library Art Show at 5:30pm in Library Jazz Band “Jazz Night” at 6:30-8:30pm in Library

Whether you are a new Bishop parent or a returning seasoned BMHS veteran, Mothers’ Club is the place to be to get your PSI hours! Please attend our next meeting, Monday, April 10 at 7:00pm in the Faculty Center building next to student drop-off parking lot. This is a great way to build fellowship with other BMHS parents, learn about our school and most importantly, get involved in your child’s education. In addition, you have an opportunity to earn PSI hours while meeting new people. There are twelve (12) Mothers’ Club events during the year that offer opportunities to fulfill your hours, either by chairing and event, working at one, or set up & clean up duty.

Join us for our Monday, April 10 meeting!


Refreshments provided by Freshmen parents. We will be discussing: Senior Luau: Senior Awards: Graduation Decorating:

New Date Friday, May 5 Thursday, May 25 Friday, May 26

Please begin donating candy for the senior candy jars. PSI hours will be given for donated candy. Donated candy should be “miniatures,” so is will fit in a mason jar. Don’t miss out! Our April 10th meeting will include the filling of the Senior Candy Jars!! 1 PSI hour for filling jars and 1 PSI hour for donating $17.50 worth of wrapped candy.

Mother’s Club is open to all parents of all students at BMHS – mothers, fathers, grandparents, uncles, aunts, etc.

Questions about or for Mothers’ Club? Please leave a note with the main office.

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Athletics Booster Club Welcome to the 2017 BMHS Booster Club! The BMHS Booster club is designed to provide support for ALL BMHS athletic programs. Joining the Booster Club is easy and fun! Membership is open to all BMHS families, not just those with student-athletes. Members of the Booster Club volunteer their time at many athletic functions by working in the snack stand, helping with the 50/50 raffle, selling BMHS merchandise and helping to get new members like you! They also provide great support to the Athletic Director, Coaches and Student-Athletes. Whether you are a new Bishop parent or a returning seasoned one, please plan on attending our monthly meetings. Please mark your calendar for our upcoming March 20 and April 10 meetings at 6:30pm in the BMHS Library. See you there! Congratulations to the 2016 Damien Mendoza Scholarship Winners: Carlos Bernal, Class of 2017 and Erin Hall, Class of 2018! Carlos & Erin both received onemonth free tuition! The Damien Mendoza Scholarship is awarded to one male and one female student-athlete who submit the winning essay of “What It Means to be a Student-Athlete at Bishop Montgomery.” Essays for the 2017 Damien Mendoza Scholarship are due to the BMHS Athletic Director Mr. Wood no later than April 17.

Congratulations to the 2016 Kelly Nolan Scholarship Winners: Bernard Amofa, Football and Briana Martin, Girls’ Volleyball. Bernard and Briana both received $100 for the Fall Sports Fee. BMHS Athletic Boosters has funded amazing items for our school with your support: From 2015 to 2017 Boosters has donated $21,953 to our school athletics. We are definitely making a substantial difference and it is all because of you! Our teams have new uniforms, we have a trainer flat bed cart, a new baseball wind screen and we have given many scholarships to our amazing athletes. Thank you for all of your support we couldn’t do it without you and it means so much to our school and our children!

Board Members:

Co-Presidents – Scharmel Watanabe & Jeff Fraley Vice President – Susan Farr Treasurer – Gerrick Cardenas Secretary – Susie Fraley Membership – Gay DeRusha & Anne Marie Lamp-Galullo Snack Bar – Gina Cicchini & Patty Schiappa Merchandise – Susie Fraley 50/50 Coordinator – OPEN Communications – Tracey Cloud BMHS Athletic Director – Eric Wood



9 Palm Sunday


Easter Sunday



3 p. 2


7:45am Fac. Mtg. 8:45am Start King/Queen vote Music Solo perf. @ lunch

10 p. 3 11:59pm Grades Due


12 p. 1


12:45 Dismissal Holy Week Services in Rel.

Rept. Cards mailed/CIF eligibility

19 Earth Week Easter Vacation

6 p. 5


Newsletter due



1 Tuition Due

#4 8


7 p. 4

Grading period ends


#4 29

Good Friday—No classes


28 p. 3

8:00am start/12:45 Dismiss

Prom—Sr. Holiday



8:00am start/12:45 Dismiss

Drama Revue

Art view—extend lunch 5 min off 3,4 Art Show 5:30pm Library Jazz night 6:30pm-8:30pm Library

Prom bid sales end

27 p. 4

Theater to New York


#4 13 Holy Thursday No Classes

Arts Fest Week/Spirit Squad try-outs

Prom/Luau sig deadline

Denim Day Student films & Improv @ lunch

5 p. 6

April 2017

11 p. 2 Band apps due ASB banquet


25 p. 6 Classes resume 8:45 Start

Sr. Honors @ Entrance scholar & Merit Scholarship deadline Sr. Dept. Awards Due NHS Service hours due for seniors

#2 26 p. 5

Poetry @ lunch TMH Band/Colorguard apps distr @ lunch

#2 4 p. 1

6:00pm Band Bst. Mtg.—Rm. 316 6:30pm Ath. Bst. Mtg.—Lib. 7:00pm Mothers’ Club Mtg.—Fac. Ctr.



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