The Daily Bulletin
Date: Friday, September 22, 2017
- Viking Store School Hours
August 31 and forward on days school is in session- 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. and 2:30 to 3:00 p.m.
- Football tickets will sold during the lunch periods in the Dining Hall. Please see Coach Crummie for tickets.
- Additional Raffle Tickets
If any student needs additional raffle tickets, please see Ms. Budacki or Mrs. Maxwell in Office C only during Wednesday Mornings.
- Freshmen Class Picture
The Freshmen class picture is ready for purchase. The cost is $25.00 per picture. They can be purchased at the school Bookstore during Bookstore hours, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. and 2:30 to 3:00 p.m.
- College Visits
Friday September 22
Ohio University Period 5 11:04 – 11:44
Monday September 25
DePauw University Period 1 8:08 -8:48
Yale University Period 3 9:36 - 10:16
Bowling Green University Period 4 10:20 -11:00
Pitzer College Period 8 1:16 -1:56
Tuesday September 26
University of Akron Period 2 8:52 – 9:32
Clarion University Period 3 936 – 1016
Princeton University Period 4 10:20 -11:00
Franklin College of Indiana Period 5 11:04 -11:44
University at Buffalo the State University of New York Period 6 11:48 -12:28
Harrisburg University of Science & Technology Period 7 12:32 -1:12
University of Miami Period 9 2:00 -2:40
Wednesday September 27
University of Pittsburgh Johnstown Period 3 11:00 -11:28
Allegheny College Period 5 12:04 – 12:32
Thursday September 28
Otterbein University Period 1 8:08 – 8:48
University of Cincinnati Period 2 8:52 -9:32
Kent State Period 3 9:36 -10:16
Eckerd College Period 4 10:20 -11:00
University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Period 5 11:04 -11:44
Xavier University Period 6 11:48 – 12:28
Hampden Sidney College Period 7 12:32 – 1:12
University of Arizona Period 9 2:00 -2:40
Seniors & Juniors the following colleges will be visiting Central Catholic High School. Juniors & Seniors need to sign-up for the visit in Naviance. If you have a class at the time of College visit, you must have permission from your teacher. All College visits will be in the College Counseling Resource Room on the the second floor
- Senior Diploma & Cap and Gown Information
In preparation for Graduation in May, the following information will be gathered during the months of September/October:
Letters were mailed out to parents/guardians on Friday, September 8, 2017 with instructions for submitting proper name information for their student’s diploma. The information must be submitted by Friday, September 22, 2017.
Cap & Gown Assembly is scheduled for Monday, October 16, 2017. Seniors will complete a Cap & Gown Information Form before the assembly in Homeroom. This information will be given directly to Jostens and must be accurate. During this assembly, they will be given a Josten’s graduation catalog. The catalog contains announcements, name cards, party items, etc. You are not obligated to purchase anything from this catalog unless you desire to do so.
If a student is absent on the day the Information Sheet is to be completed and/or the assembly, they must come to Office B on the day they return to school
The Cap & Gown and Yearbook do not need to be purchased - these items are included in the Senior Tuition Fee.
- Homecoming 2017
The Homecoming Dance will be held on Saturday, October 14 from 7:30-11 p.m. Homecoming is ONLY for juniors and seniors and dates must be at least a sophomore in high school. Homecoming will take place at Duquesne University in the Union Ballroom.
The cost per couple is $125. Single tickets may be purchased for $100. The ticket cost includes a buffet dinner, dessert, dancing, and all-night beverage bars. Tickets will be on sale for students with completed contracts from September 18 until October 2 before and after school (9 am on Wednesdays). Contracts are available on the website and tickets can be purchased in Office A from Ms. Sirockman.
- Ultimate Frisbee
Congratulations to the Ultimate Frisbee Team for their victory yesterday against North Allegheny with a final score of 13 - 10. This afternoon the Team faces Franklin Regional.
- E-Games Club
There will be a meeting of those students interested in joining the E-Games Club on Wednesday Sept 27 in room 403 after school. If you need more information ahead of the meeting see Max O'Malley, you know, that drummer kid in the band.
- Armed Forces Interest
If you have ever considered a military career, but do not want the pressure or presence of a recruiter, make sure to attend the inaugural meeting for the Armed Forces Interest Club on Thursday, September 28th at 3:00 in the STEM building room Z006. See seniors Todd Oravitz, Liam O'Malley, and Sean Hazlett for details.
- Culture Club
There is a Culture Club meeting on Thursday, September 21st at 2:45 PM in Room 404. Please see or email Ms. Abbondanza or Mr. Hanrahan for more information.
- Pigiorem Rotundus
All Patricians and those friendly members of the Empire are invited to celebrate the Roman feast of Pigiorem Rotundus at Primantis on this Thursday after school. See the Emperor in Room 403 to RSVP, pay and get more information.
- Freshman Crew
The Central Catholic Freshman Crew team is looking for motivated freshman who are interested in joining a team with a winning tradition. No experience is necessary. Practice is directly after school and transit is provided, see Mr. O'Connor or Owen O'Malley with any questions.
- Environmental Club
The Environmental Club will be meeting Tuesdays in Z306 from 2:45pm to 3:30 pm. Any interested students are encouraged to attend.
- Intro to Leadership Course
Central Catholic will be offering a free 10-week Intro to Leadership elective course to juniors and seniors (non-credit) that will meet on Wednesdays from 8:15-9:15 AM beginning October 4th through December 6th (no class Oct 11th and Nov 22nd). Colonel Ian Ferguson (USMC, Ret) will be teaching the course which is designed to create a greater understanding on what leadership means and how you can develop and apply your own leadership style. Some of the following themes will be explored: morals and ethics, leadership & faith, and historical examples. There are limited seats (first come, first served) so please see Mr. DiRenzo in the counseling office to sign-up today!
- Zoo and PPG Aquarium High School Programs
The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium are offering a variety of high school programs/experiences. For more information please visit: http://www.pittsburghzoo.org/TeenPrograms
- Science competitions and Quiz Bowl signups this week. See Mrs. Ranade
Quiz bowl signups this week for any interested students. Stop in room Z 304 during homeroom or after school and see Mrs. Ranade. Practices will be every Friday after school starting this week.
Interested in Science Bowl? Science Olympiad? PA Governor’s STEM competition?
Sign up with Mrs. Ranade in room Z 304. Practices will be every Monday after school starting next week.
- Service Immersion Trip Applications
Attention all students. If you are interested in applying for one of the Service Immersion Trips this upcoming school year pick up your application today in the Campus Ministry Office. Immersion Trips will travel to Chicago, Pittsburgh, Camden & Philadelphia, and Browning, MT (Blackfeet Reservation). All applications are due for any of the trips by Friday October 20th. There is financial aid available for the trips so please do not hesitate to inquire and apply. Any questions please contact Mr. Goldcamp or Mr. Kinkley.
- September Service Opportunities
Sept. 26th St. Raphael’s, Morningside, PA 2:30-4:30PM
Sept. 28th Shadyside Boys and Girls Club Shadyside, PA 3:20-5:00PM
Sept. 30th Step Forward Parkinson Walk 7:30AM-12PM
Sept. 30th PA Lutheran Center for the Blind – 4PM-7PM
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