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Monday Mail March 17, 2014: Calendar Reminders (Check sbaeagles.org for athletic calendar dates.) March 18………….Proj Grad volunteer mtg 6:30pm – Library March 20.........................New Parent Orientation 6:30 Theatre (not necessary for student) March 22……………….Honors Testing for NEW Freshman March 23……………….Mother/Son Dinner 6pm March 30……………….Admissions Spring Open House 1-3 April 3-6………………..West Side Story (see details) APRIL 21........................SBA DAY OFF from Bishop Steib (see details)

The COMMUNITY NEWS section of our Monday Mail is now separate and can be found on our website below the Monday Mail.


ONLINE ENROLLMENT PROCESS continues‌ To all SBA families who have not yet been able to enroll and reserve a spot for your child for the 2014-15 school year! An email will be sent today, Monday, March 17, with a link to the online enrollment form (ENROLLMENT FORM 2014-2015). Please open the email, click on this link, and complete/update the online form with your child's demographic information. The final step is to submit the form and pay (online) the $250 enrollment fee. The deadline to complete the online form is Wednesday, March 19, 2014 (at midnight the link will expire). After Wednesday, for any families not registered, the enrollment fee will increase to $350.

Mother/Son Dinner Mother/Son Dinner Evites have been sent out. Please send your payment of $65 to the front office at SBA. We are looking forward to a memorable evening. Please contact Kristin Schween at 901-240-3604 with any questions.


SBA Annual Fund Phone-A-Thon To help us reach our participation goal for the Annual Fund, we will be conducting a phone-a-thon in April and reaching out to those families who have not yet participated. We think that with our challenge of $25 for 25 years, this task will be fun and easy. If you have not yet given to the SBA Annual Fund, we ask you to please consider a gift. Our Annual Fund is vital to our school and every dollar counts. You can give online at www.sbaeagles.org/donate or you can send your donation in to the front office. Thank you so much!


Vote for SBA! First Tennessee Bank is celebrating it's 150th Anniversary and beginning on March 25th, the First Tennessee Foundation will give away $5,000 a day for 150 days to non-profits that they have been associated with over the last 6 years. THIS INCLUDES US. We have to VOTE though. You can vote daily from TWO devices, so please click the link on your computer and on your phone or tablet. We can vote each day through the end of the celebration, which is August 21st. You can actually vote for TEN non-profits each time if you want to - the list is LONG. Our daily votes will add up and hopefully we will be one of the recipients! Thank you for your assistance! This link goes STRAIGHT to our page. It is very easy. Copy and paste into your browser: http://www.150daysofgiving.com/?query=&startName=S&offset=36&max=12

The First Tennessee 150 Days of Giving guidelines are at the end of Monday Mail if you would like more information on this program.


A MESSAGE FROM BISHOP STEIB Hello to all the Eagles in “the Nest.” I am sorry that I can’t be with you in person today, because it’s my pleasure to tell you that SBA has been selected by the National Shrine of the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC as one of their Charity and Social Service Honorees. The video that you submitted on your annual service and charity was one of only five videos in the country that were selected. Because of his involvement in editing and working on the video, senior, Chris Schuhlein will represent us in Washington when the Basilica presents the Service Honors Medal on March 29. So, Eagles, with all the service you have given each year in so many ways- to name a few – Food Bank collections, Blood Drives, leading the nation in the March for Life and so many, many more – I have asked your principal, Mrs. Morris, to give you an extra day off from school. This privilege will be extended on Easter Monday, April 21. Again, thank you for being the light to so many in need and we congratulate You on this prestigious honor. So, all of us in the Catholic Diocese of Memphis are very proud of you. GOD IS GOOD ALL THE TIME, AND ALL THE TIME, GOD IS GOOD!


ENROLLING with FACTS is as easy as ABC… A) If you have a FACTS agreement with SBA for the 13/14 school year your agreement WILL roll over to 14/15- YOU DON’T HAVE TO DO ANYTHING UNLESS YOU WANT CHANGES IN DATES, BANK ACCOUNTS ETC. B) If you have an existing FACTS agreement with another school you can LINK the two accounts: a. Go to the SBA website homepage (sbaeagles.org) b. Go to the quick link box in the top right hand corner of the page. c. Go to the FACTS link and in the middle of the page there is a paragraph that says to enroll with FACTS click here… This link will take you to FACTS where you can sign in with your existing account and add your St. Benedict student- LINKING FROM THE SBA WEBSITE FLAGS THE STUDENT AS AN SBA STUDENT C) If you need to add an existing student to your SBA FACTS plan you should email our business office at hurtk@sbaeagles.org we will add the new student to your agreement and you will get an email confirmation from FACTS that your agreement has been updated! IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS SETTING UP YOUR FACTS AGREEMENT PLEASE CALL THE FACTS PARENT HELP LINE AT 1866-441-4637Please remember ALL families must have an active FACTS agreement for 1415 by April 1st. After this date we will enter the amount of the tuition and fees due and you will receive an email from FACTS with your monthly/quarterly payment amount. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PROMPT ATTENTION TO THIS MATTER. Reminder: We are completing our portion of the FACTS agreements for our families that have completed the enrollment process for 14/15. You will receive an email confirmation with your payment plan. Please remember all new families need to set up their FACTS agreement by April 1st.


April 3-6, the SBA Celebration Troupe will present

West Side Story Book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim This 1957 Tony Award-winning musical, that spawned a 1961 Academy Award-winning film, transformed Broadway and the world with its iconic songs, haunting score, soaring dance routines and uplifting message. Inspired by impeccable source material, William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the story centers on a racial and territorial conflict on the streets of New York between two rival gangs: the Jets and the Sharks. While their friends and family battle each other an their own prejudices, a "starcross'd" couple with stark cultural differences, Maria and Tony, find each other and an unlikely love amidst the chaos. The SBA production will stay true to the original masterpiece, while attempting to augment the story by featuring some average New Yorkers in the cast who get caught up in the rage-filled world of these rival gangs. "When people are blinded by hate, everyone suffers, even innocent bystanders, so we want to show the larger world of New York a little, outside of the characters everyone knows," said director Ryan Kathman. Reserved Seat Tickets are $10.00 in advance • $15.00 at the door SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES: Thursday, April 3 7:00 p.m. Friday, April 4 7:00 p.m. Saturday, April 5 7:00 p.m. Sunday, April 6 2:30 p.m. Matinee Order your tickets early for the best seats by completing the order form and attaching with your payment (payable to SBA), and return it to SBA. Attn: Ticket Order – WEST SIDE STORY We will fill the orders and return tickets, by students, by mail or held at the door. FOR INFORMATION  CONTACT  MRS.  MASTERSON  •  260-­‐2871   Order  form  is  online  and  in  Monday  Mail.


Based on a Conception by JEROME ROBBINS

Book by

Music by

Lyrics by

ARTHUR LAURENTS LEONARD BERNSTEIN STEPHEN SONDHEIM Entire Origional Production Directed and Choreographed by

JEROME ROBBINS Originally Produced on Broadway by Robert E. Griffith and Harold S. Prince By Arrangement with Robert L. Stevens

SBA Celebration Troupe presents West Side Story Thursday, Friday, Saturday, April 3-5, 2014 at 7:00pm Sunday, April 6 at 2:30pm To purchase tickets call (901)260-2840 $10 in advance/$15 at door At St. Benedict at Auburndale Theatre: 8250 Varnavas Drive, Cordova, Tn 38016 WEST SIDE STORY is presented through special arrangementwith Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. 421 West 54th Street , New York, NY 10019 Phone: 212-541-4684 www.MTIShows.com


The St. Benedict at Auburndale presents the all-time favorite WEST SIDE STORY Thursday-Sunday, April 3-6, 2014 SBA Performing Arts Center 8250 Varnavas Drive (@ Germantown Parkway) in Cordova. Reserved Seat Tickets are $10.00 in advance • $15.00 at the door SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES: Thursday, April 3 7:00 p.m. Friday, April 4 7:00 p.m. Saturday, April 5 7:00 p.m. Sunday, April 6 2:30 p.m. Matinee Order your tickets early for the best seats by completing the order form and attaching with your payment (payable to SBA), and return it to SBA. Attn: Ticket Order – WEST SIDE STORY We will fill the orders and return tickets, by students, by mail or held at the door. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT MRS. MASTERSON • 260-2871 TICKET ORDER ($10.00 in advance -$15.00 at the door) Name_________________________________

Phone #_____________

Student Name_________________________

Grade & Teacher_____________

Thur April 3 performance, 7:00 p.m. __________# of tickets________ Fri April 4 performance, 7:00 p.m._____________# of tickets________ Sat April 5 performance, 7:00 p.m. ___________ # of tickets_________ Sun April 6 Matinee performance, 2:30 p.m.___________ # of tickets_________ St. Benedict at Auburndale • 8250 Varnavas Drive •  Cordova, TN 38016


UPCOMING ATHLETIC TRYOUTS The SBA Dance Team will hold their tryouts as well as a clinic from April 1st through April 3rd. Tryouts will be on April 4th. For more information on dates, times, locations, and required forms please visit: www.sbaeagles.org/dance. The SBA Cheer Team will hold their clinic April 10th and 11th with tryouts on April 12th in the Dining Hall. For more information on the tryouts as well as the clinic that will precede them, please visit: www.sbaeagles.org/cheerleading. The SBA Basketball NON-COMPETITIVE Cheer Team will hold their clinic April 14th and tryouts April 15th in the Dining Hall. For more information and forms, please email Sheila Cassidy at cassidys@sbaeagles.org. The SBA Bowling team will hold their tryouts the last week of August. For more information about our bowling team, please email Coach Eric Wells at wellse@sbaeagles.org. The SBA Golf team will hold tryouts on August 1. For more information, contact Coach Barbara Hervey at tellpro@aol.com. The SBA Girls Soccer team will have tryouts on June 22. For more information, contact Coach Nick Dressman at dressmann@sbaeagles.org. SBA Vollebyall tryouts will be June 2, 3, and 4 from 5pm-8pm in the SBA gymnasium. For more information, contact Coach Janet Daleke at dalekej@sbaeagles.org. Any boys interested in playing Football, please contact Coach Mike David at davidm@sbaeagles.org.


Jane Ross personalized tutoring 8317 Cordova Road, Suite 103, Cordova, TN 38016 www.janerosstutoring.com 901.795.7377

SBA’s Spring 2014 ACT Workshop Saturday, April 5, 2014 9AM - 3PM AND Monday - Thursday, April 7-10, 2014 3:30PM - 5:30PM

ALL 14 hours of sessions are included and all materials will be furnished. Students should bring a pencil and calculator. $185.00 The workshop is designed to prepare students for the ACT by familiarizing them with the format and general content of the test and each of its particular sections. In the instructional session on Saturday, students will be taught strategies, techniques, tips, tricks and timing as well as work in each of the four areas covered on the test. The practice sessions Monday-Thursday, April 7-10, will allow students to practice what they learned in the workshop by taking an actual retired test with the appropriate instructor present to go over all questions and answers with explanation.

You may register on-line @ www.janerosstutoring.com or by calling the office at 901.795.7377 Registration deadline is Wednesday, April 2.


Eagle Café 3 Lasagna Italian Chicken Spinach Casserole Parmesan Roasted Tomatoes Vegetables / Sides Steamed Vegetables The Classic Healthy Edge

Passport Café

Eagle Feature

St. Benedict at Auburndale

March 2014

4 Fried Chicken Lemon Pepper Tilapia Macaroni and Cheese Greens Steamed Vegetables

5 Cod w/Special Sauce Parmesan Tilapia Sweet Potato Fries Broccoli Florets Steamed Vegetables

6 Baked Spaghetti Kabob Style Chicken Oven Roasted Potatoes Corn on the Cob Steamed Vegetables

7 Mac and Cheese Catfish Creole Spanish Rice Green Beans Steamed Vegetables

Sweet n Sour Chicken

Boneless wings

Bowtie Pasta

Buffalo Wings

Fried Pickles

Teriyaki Rice

Beefy Nachos

Fried Zucchini

Comeback Sauce

Buffalo Melt

Meatball Sandwich

w/Alfredo or Marinara Ash Wednesday Grilled Cheese on Texas Toast

Chili Cheese Dog

Cheese Pizza

10

11

12

13

14

Kitchen Closed

Kitchen Closed

Kitchen Closed

Kitchen Closed

17 Shepard's Pie BBQ Chicken Baked Beans Slaw Steamed Vegetables St. Patrick's Day! Chicken Caesar Salad

18 John Wayne Casserole Cajun Tilapia Corn on the Cob Rice Pilaf Steamed Vegetables

19 Beef Stir Fry Polynesian Chicken White Rice Sweet and Sour Green Beans Steamed Vegetables

20 Crispy Cheddar Chicken Blackened Catfish Potatoes Au Gratin Broccoli Florets Steamed Vegetables

21 Vegetable Lasagna Broiled Tilapia Mashed Potatoes Orange Glazed Carrots Steamed Vegetables

Boneless Wings

Hawaiian Chicken

Buffalo Wings

Baked Ziti

Breadstick

Cheese Nachos

Coconut Rice

Pasta Carbanara

Cheesy Breadstick

Philly Cheese Steak

Beef Sliders

Chick-Fil-A

Giant Pretzel w/ Sauce

Cheese Pizza

24 Chicken Spaghetti Parmesan Tilapia Green Beans Wild Rice Steamed Vegetables

25 Honey Glazed Ham Thyme Roasted Turkey Cornbread Dressing Green Bean Casserole Steamed Vegetables

26 Salisbury Steak Turkey Pot Roast Roasted Carrots Mashed Potatoes Steamed Vegetables

27 Spinach and Feta Pie Greek Chicken Roasted Potatoes Rice Rilaf Steamed Vegetables

28 Fried Catfish Fettuccini Alfredo Hush Puppies & Slaw Creamed Corn Steamed Vegetables

Fried Green Beans w/Dip

Boneless Wings

Beef Enchiladas

Buffalo Wings

Cajun Pasta

Pizza Flatz

Carrots and Celery

Refried Beans

BBQ Nachos

w/Garlic Toast

Hot Ham n Cheese

Bacon Cheeseburger

Chick-Fil-A

Chicken Tenders

Cheese Pizza

The Classic Healthy Edge

Passport Café

Eagle Feature

The Classic Healthy Edge Vegetables / Sides

Passport Café

Eagle Feature

The Classic Healthy Edge Vegetables / Sides

Passport Café

Eagle Feature

The Classic Healthy Edge Vegetables / Sides

Passport Café

31 Chicken Parmesan Herb Roasted Tilapia White Rice Roasted Tomatoes Steamed Vegetables

Reminders: -Don't forget to check your student's balances on a regular basis. -Make sure to choose the GENERAL account (NOT the Meal Account) when depositing money via MPP onto your students' account.

Chicken Cheese Quesadilla Mexican Rice

Please pay off Charges ASAP Eagle Feature

Hot Italian Sub

Grille Items - 5 daily: Hamburger Bacon & Cheeseburgers Hot Dog Turkey Burger Grilled Cheese on Tx Tst Potato of the Day

Hot Ham & Cheese Pizza Stick Crispito Chicken Sliders Grilled Chicken Corn Dog

Available Every Day Deli Designs & Garden Gourmet (weighed items)

Soups & Spuds 2 Fresh Hot Soups Daily Baked Idaho Potatoes Baked Sweet Potatoes Chili & Cheese Sour Cream & More

Fresh Ham & Turkey Chicken & Tuna Salads Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Pickle Wheat/White Sliced Bread Wheat/White Hoagies Croissants and Wheat Rounds

Mixed Greens and Spinach Freshly Prepared Dressings Chopped Eggs ~ Baby Carrots Cucumbers ~ Bacon Bits ~ Cheese Pimento Cheese ~ Broccoli Salad AND MUCH MORE!

Daily Hot Lunch 1 Entrée, 2 Sides, Bread & Fountain Beverage $4.25 Daily Grille Feature 1 Entrée, 1 Side & Beverage $4.75


SBA Summer Camp St. Benedict Campers Fill Summer with Fun St. Benedict at Auburndale High School offers children of all ages a variety of summer camps, ranging from art to volleyball and a lot in between. Art, Jazz & Jam Band and Theater camps bring out creativity in campers and offer opportunities to express themselves in a variety of genres. Campers improve their technology skills in computer camp and students gain self-confidence in their creativity in art, band and theater camps. SBA Campers can experience all sorts of fun activities in sports camps that offer instruction and modern techniques in Basketball, Football, Soccer, Tennis and Volleyball. Most camps offer official camp shirts and/or other souvenirs. Camps meet at St. Benedict High School, 8250 Varnavas Drive, conveniently located just off Germantown Parkway in Cordova. For additional information call 260-2840, or visit these sites to get all the information you need for fun summer camps Information Page: www.sbaeagles.org/summercamps; Registration Page: www.sbaeagles.org/summercampregistration.

Please share this information with anyone interested.


Basic Camp Information Camp

Director

Fee

Dates

Days

Time

Grade

Gender

Art 1

Kristen Black

120

June 9-12

Mon –Thurs

9 am-noon

2-8

Both

Art 2

Kristen Black

120

June 16-19

Mon –Thurs

9 am-noon

2-8

Both

Band/Jazz & Jam

Tom Link

105

June 23-27

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

7-12

Both

Boys Basketball

Caleb Marcum

150

June 16-19

Mon-Thurs

8 am-1 pm

5-8

Boys

Girls Basketball

Caleb Marcum

150

June 9-12

Mon-Thurs

9 am-2 pm

1-8

Girls

Football

Tom Brezina

70

June 9-12

Mon-Thurs

9:30 am-noon

3-8

Boys

Soccer

Nick Dressman

150

July 7-10

Mon-Thurs

9 am-2 pm

1-8

Both

Tennis 1

Barbara Hervey

100

June 9-12

Mon-Thurs

8:30 am-noon

3-8

Both

Tennis 2

Barbara Hervey

100

June 9-12

Mon-Thurs

4-7:30 pm

3-8

Both

Theatre

Ryan Kathman

90

July 21-25

Mon-Fri

9 am-noon

4-8

Both

Volleyball

Janet Daleke

75

July 7-10

Mon-Thurs

9 am-noon

5-8

Girls

To Register: complete and mail application form or online at www.sbaeagles.org/summercamps Make All checks payable to the Camp Director/s


FUN FOR EVERYONE!!

CAMP DESCRIPTIONS

2014 SBA Summer Camp Application Camper’s Name_______________________________Age(as of 6/14)____ Address_____________________________Hm ph___________________ City________________________________State_________Zip_________ School currently attending)_______________________________________ Grade in the fall___________ Circle T-shirt size Youth S M L Adult S M L XL (Requested sizes are guaranteed only if registered 10 days prior to camp.)

Art Camp  (1  &  2)  offers  instruc on  in  drawing,   pain ng  and  cra  projects  for  appropriate  age   groups.  Includes  all  art  supplies,  daily  snack  and   camp  shirt. Band-Jazz  &  Jam  Camp  offers  campers  the  oppor-­‐ tunity  to  spend  a  week  of  unleashing  their  inner   musical  beast!  All  skill  and  experience  levels  from   rock  star  to   mid  first- mer.  Open  to  any  instrument   and  singer.  Write  and  record  your  own  songs,  learn   the  secret  to  improving  solos,  work  with  profession-­‐ al  musicians  and  have  fun  while  learning  the  basics   of  performing.  Includes  camp  shirt. Basketball  Camps  offer  basketball  fundamentals— dribbling,  shoo ng  and  defense  with  game  situa-­‐ ons,  daily  contests,  evalua ons  and  awards.  In-­‐ cludes  camp  shirt.  Campers  bring  sack  lunch. Football  Camp  offers  instruc on  in  football  funda-­‐ mentals  in  prepara on  for  the  fall  season.  Includes   camp  t-shirt.  

Parent/Guardian name__________________________________________ wk ph_______________________cell ph___________________________ e-mail_______________________________________________________ Doctor - in case of emergency Name_____________________________________Ph________________ All campers are accepted for the entire session for which application has been made. No deduction will be made after camp starts for dismissal, withdrawal or absences. Refunds will be made on a prorated basis for serious illness or hospitalization only. Full payment is required with application. If you have more than one child attend-

ing camps, complete an application for each camper and make sure checks are payable to each director of each requested camp.

I hereby authorize the directors of SBA camps to act for me in their best judgment in any emergency requiring medical attention. I hereby waive and release the Directors and St. Benedict Administration. I know of no medical problems that may affect my child’s ability to safely participate in this camp. I will be responsible for any medical or other charges in connection with participation in this camp.

Required Parent Signature_____________________________________

Please check the camp box for which you are applying. Art

(Camp 1)

Tennis

(Camp 1)

Art

(Camp 2)

Tennis

(Camp 2)

Band/Jam

& Jazz

Boys

Basketball

Girls

Basketball

Football Soccer

Theatre Volleyball


Sports Camps St. Benedict  at  Auburndale  Sports   Camps   are  for  young  athletes  who  are   looking  to  improve  their  skills,  work  hard,   make  new  friends  and  have  fun!                          Campers  will  develop  new  skills  and   experience  a  focused,  intensive  training  that   is  essen al  to  improvement.   Over  the  course  of  the  session,  self-confidence  will   grow  along  with  new  skills.  The  camp  staff  includes   many  of  SBA’s  most  respected  coaches.  Our  pro-­‐ fessionally  trained  staff  is  friendly,  enthusias c  and   commi ed  to  the  well-being  of  each  camper.   There  is  no  be er  place  to  meet  new  friends,  have   fun  and  improve  in  your  sport  than  at  an  SBA  Sum-­‐ mer  Sports  Camp!

Enrichment Camps Our staff  loves  teaching  and  mentoring   young  students  and  sharing  their  experiences.   They  understand  the  benefits  gained  from  the   discipline  required  in  the  arts  as  well  as  the  im-­‐ portance  in  develop-­‐ ing  self-confidence.   We  want  our  campers  to  im-­‐ prove  their  skills  and  have  fun  in  the   process!

Soccer Camp  offers  basic  soccer  fundamentals  in   shoo ng,  passing,  dribbling,  goal  keeping  and  re-­‐ ceiving  in  age  appropriate  groups.  Instruc on  from   college  level  players  and  SBA  coaching  staff.  Camp-­‐ ers  should  bring  sack  lunch  Monday  through   Wednesday  with  lunch  provided  on  Thursday.  In-­‐ cludes  camp  shirt. Tennis  Camp  (1  &  2)  offers  instruc on  in  basic  ten-­‐ nis  fundamentals,  drills,  rules,  strategies,  singles  and   doubles  match  play  and  fun  games.  Includes  camp   shirt.  Campers  should  bring  water,  racquet  and  sun-­‐ screen.   Theatre  Camp  offers  all  aspects  of  theater,  including   ac ng,  musical  theater,  direc ng,  playwri ng,  en-­‐ semble  building,  design  and  technical  theater.  In-­‐ cludes  camp  shirt. Volleyball  Camp  offers  fundamentals  in  defense,   serving,  se ng  and  spiking.  Includes  camp  shirt. To Register: complete and mail application form or online at www.sbaeagles.org/summercamps Make All checks payable to the Camp Director/s


Voting will open March 10. Votes will continue to count throughout the 150 Days of Giving. Once a nonprofit wins, we’ll indicate that on our site so you’ll know you can use one of your 10 daily votes for another organization you want to support. Your votes will continue to count throughout the 150 Days of Giving, until your organization wins or the 150 Days of Giving ends. We’ll announce winners for each day of the 150 Days of Giving – from March 25 until August 21.      The organizations that are eligible are the nonprofits the First Tennessee Foundation has supported since 2008 – through either a direct grant or a matching gift for one of our employee’s donations. So more than 1,000 nonprofits working to make our communities better and stronger are eligible. Of course the winning organization must still meet the First Tennessee Foundation guidelines to receive a grant in the 150 Days of Giving. And when it’s all over, we’ll bring the nonprofit winners together so we can thank them for the work they do and present all those $5,000 checks. It will be a real party, you can be sure. And then we’ll get back to work making First Tennessee one of the best banks in the country for the next 150 years. 

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