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Daily Announcements 9.30.2014

Posted By Administration, 6 hours ago

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 30, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2


Colleges
Colleges visiting today:

DePauw University

Northwestern University

University of San Francisco

Villanova University

 

Have questions about your college applications?  Don't know if you have questions because you haven't STARTED them yet?  Well... come to Library Lab 2 during your Study Hall or PE Study Hall periods A, B, D, G, H, or I today. There will be a College Counselor there to help with any questions.

This is NOT REQUIRED, so make sure you check-in at study hall first. J

Shadows

We would like to welcome our shadows today from Highlands, St. Michael, St. Isaac Jogues, St Mary Immaculate, St. Raphael, and Hinsdale MS
SALT
SALT is headed to Our Lady of Angel Food Pantry in Chicago THIS Saturday morning from 7:45.  Come enjoy an awesome morning by giving food, clothing and household necessities to others in need.  Transportation is available.

The corrected due date for MARCH FOR LIFE FORMS is Friday, October 17th.   Registration forms are in your Benet email, by the campus ministry office and by the bulletin board in St. Joseph hall. 

Still trying to learn more about the Pro Life movement before you commit to the March?  Then join us for the screening of the movie 40--an influential and informative documentary on the Dignity Life,  immediately after school in St. Daniel Auditorium on Tuesday, October 7th.

Cheer on students and friends of GIANT STEPS school for people with autism, as they participate in a 5K walk at St. Johns' farm in Warrenville between the hours of 7 am and 12:30 pm on Saturday, October 18th .  you can earn service hours by cheering runners on, set-up, handing out water.  Stay for the whole event or just a few hours.    Sign up is on the bulletin board in St. Joseph hall and we need volunteers to commit by Friday, October 10th.

Sign up for all service events are on the bulletin board in St. Joseph hall.  Permission forms are required. 

Freshman Marians are meeting TODAY in rm J309.  All are freshman women are welcome to attend. 

There will be NO SALT meeting Today after school--due to homecoming week.  

NHS

NHS needs volunteers to staff peer tutor tables for anyone who wants to drop in and ask a question in the library. Tutors must be able to help in all Math and Science classes and all English and Social Studies classes twice a week during an everyday study hall (no PE Study Halls) on Tuesday and Thursday.  Volunteers with lab study hall on Tuesday and Thursday are also eligible. Sign up is outside Mrs. Eckert's office and stop into her office with any questions.

There will be a general assembly meeting for NHS this Wednesday, October 1st, at 7:10am. Members are reminded to bring their $1 donation for Jocy to the meeting and to arrive on time.

Sacred Heart Monastery is looking for 15 volunteers to help pass out programs and direct guests from 5:30-8 pm on Tuesday September 30th. Students should wear their best Benet uniform to help out at this event. This is an easy way to get some service hours so sign up with friends on the service project bulletin board outside Mr. O'Donnell's room.

The Wheatland Athletic Association is looking for volunteers to help out with their annual basketball tryouts held at Scullen Middle School in Naperville.  There are still plenty of spots to be filled and the sign up sheet is posted on the service project bulletin board.  Email either Jack McDonnell or Loretta Elder with any questions.

NHS is looking for 10 to 12 volunteers to give tours of Benet this Friday, October 3rd, for alums that will be attending the annual Alumni Homecoming Reception taking place in the Cafeteria! Volunteers would need to arrive around 5:00pm and would be finished by 7:15pm, so volunteers can attend the football game after. Volunteers can dress casually as they would for the football game. Check your Benet email for more information, and contact Mr. Girsch with any questions.

Do you like working with kids? Do you like volunteering? Well, Giant Steps is a local school for individuals with autism spectrum disorders.  Benet volunteers work in the Rec Center and play with the kids, giving them opportunities to meet new people and broaden their horizons. They have a very flexible volunteer schedule as one can come and help out any day of the week. To volunteer there is a mandatory training session which will be held at Giant Steps on October 9 after school from about3:15-4:30, including commute. Transportation from Benet will be provided. A second training session date is to be announced later on for those who cannot attend the first one. A sign up sheet will be on the service board. Any questions contact Sabrina Galang or Mrs. Bedore

Big Sister Little Sister

The big sister little sister match-ups are posted outside the SG Office, the Dean's Office, and inside the cafeteria.

Homecoming

All sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to the 2014 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 4th from 7:30 - 10:30 PM.

Tickets will be on sale from Monday, 9/29 – Wednesday, 10/1 for $55 per couple or $30 solo.

If you are bringing a date from another school, you must fill out and turn in an emergency contact form before buying your ticket. Emergency contact forms can be picked up from SG reps during lunch or in the Deans’ Office

 Spirit Store

The Spirit Store is open M, W and F during lunch periods as well as this evening for the girl's volleyball game.  Get ready for homecoming by showing your school spirit!  Grab a Benet Pride T-shirt or the new girl's sweatpants which are approved for slop days!!  Lots of new items in the store by homecoming!

Math Team

First meet on Thursday at York High School.  We leave at 3:30 now so be in Martin's lobby right after school.  Bring money for Portillo's and forms if not turned in yet.

Bass Fishing

The Bass Team will be meeting at Blackwell Forest Preserve immediately after school today for our fishing.

King Lear

King Lear at Navy Pier is leaving from the lobby at 3:30 on Thursday.

Film Club

Film club will be watching Peter Pan this Wednesday after school in M121, Mrs. Wiedder's room. New members are always welcome

Senior Leadership

Senior Leadership - The Elders will begin meeting with the leadership team on Wednesdays during period F in J309 starting on Oct. 1.  Bring your lunch.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Eckert or Brother Guy.

Poetry Slam

Do you have words that need to be spoken?  come speak them at the first slam poetry meeting of the year.  Come to J116, Mrs. Alcorn's room, on Wednesday at 715. All poets or people who want to be poets, welcome!

Environmental Club

Are you looking for ways to make the Earth a better place?  Come to the meeting of the Environmental Club this Thursday!  Lots of activities are being planned for the fall, and new ideas are always welcome.

The meeting will be held on Thursday at 3:15 in Mrs. Volin's room, S119. 

Year Book

Yearbook will be meeting Wednesday.  We will be giving out page assignments and training anyone new on how to make their pages.  Please join us after school in Library Lab 2.  New people are always welcome.

Homecoming Week Activities

Come to Benet tonight at 7:30pm for the drive-in movie! We will be showing Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory. Bring blankets and lawn chairs to set up in Martin's parking lot. Plus, there will be free food, and who doesn't love free food!? Tonight at 7:30, be there.

The Student-Faculty softball game will be at 3:30pm on Wednesday (Tomorrow) at the softball field behind Benet. The game is open to all grade levels. Once again, there will be free food! Happy Homecoming week!

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Daily Announcements 9.29.2014

Posted By Administration, Yesterday

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 29, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2


Colleges
Colleges visiting today:

George Mason University

University of Michigan

Regis University

University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Have questions about your college applications?  Don't know if you have questions because you haven't STARTED them yet?  Well... come to Library Lab 2 during your Study Hall or PE Study Hall periods A, B, D, G, H, or I today and/or tomorrow.  There will be a College Counselor there to help with any questions.

This is NOT REQUIRED, so make sure you check-in at study hall first. J

Shadows

We would Like to welcome our shadows today from Edison MS


SALT
S.A.L.T. will be headed to Our Lady of Angels next Saturday, October 4th to distribute clothes and food to families in need.  We arrive back in plenty of time to still get ready for the Homecoming Dance. 

NHS

NHS needs volunteers to staff peer tutor tables for anyone who wants to drop in and ask a question in the library. Tutors must be able to help in all Math and Science classes and all English and Social Studies classes twice a week during an everyday study hall (no PE Study Halls) on Tuesday and Thursday.  Volunteers with lab study hall on Tuesday and Thursday are also eligible. Sign up is outside Mrs. Eckert's office and stop into her office with any questions.

There will be a general assembly meeting for NHS this Wednesday, October 1st, at 7:10am. Members are reminded to bring their $1 donation for Jocy to the meeting and to arrive on time.

Sacred Heart Monastery is looking for 15 volunteers to help pass out programs and direct guests from 5:30-8 pm on Tuesday September 30th. Students should wear their best Benet uniform to help out at this event. This is an easy way to get some service hours so sign up with friends on the service project bulletin board outside Mr. O'Donnell's room.

The Wheatland Athletic Association is looking for volunteers to help out with their annual basketball tryouts held at Scullen Middle School in Naperville.  There are still plenty of spots to be filled and the sign up sheet is posted on the service project bulletin board.  Email either Jack McDonnell or Loretta Elder with any questions.

Big Sister Little Sister

The big sister little sister match-ups are posted outside the SG Office, the Dean's Office, and inside the cafeteria.

Library Recommendations

Seniors are asked to recommend a favorite book to the library.  We will display your recommendation on the TV screen as part of the Homecoming Week activities.  Please email your book title to Mrs. Swanson or Mrs. O'Connell or stop in and let us know! 

Homecoming

All sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to the 2014 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 4th from 7:30 - 10:30 PM.

Tickets will be on sale from Monday, 9/29 – Wednesday, 10/1 for $55 per couple or $30 solo.

If you are bringing a date from another school, you must fill out and turn in an emergency contact form before buying your ticket. Emergency contact forms can be picked up from SG reps during lunch or in the Deans’ Office

 Spirit Store

The Spirit Store is open M, W and F during lunch periods as well as Tuesday evening for the girl's volleyball game.  Get ready for homecoming by showing your school spirit!  Grab a Benet Pride T-shirt or the new girl's sweatpants which are approved for slop days!!  Lots of new items in the store by homecoming!

Bass Fishing

The Bass Team will be meeting at Blackwell Forest Preserve immediately after school today for our fishing.

King Lear

King Lear at Navy Pier is leaving from the lobby at 3:30 on Thursday.

Film Club

Film club will be watching Peter Pan this Wednesday after school in M121, Mrs. Wiedder's room. New members are always welcome

Broadcasting Club

There will be a Broadcasting Club meeting Tuesday morning at 7:25.

Senior Leadership

Senior Leadership - The Elders will begin meeting with the leadership team on Wednesdays during period F in J309 starting on Oct. 1.  Bring your lunch.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Eckert or Brother Guy.

Poetry Slam

Do you have words that need to be spoken?  come speak them at the first slam poetry meeting of the year.  Come to J116, Mrs. Alcorn's room, on Wednesday at 715. All poets or people who want to be poets, welcome!

Game Development Club

The game development club will be going to see Ernest Adams give a talk at College of Dupage today after school. The talk will last until 5:30 and will be in the Student Services Center Room 3245. That's the Student Services Center Room 3245. We were unable to procure a bus, so students will need to find their own way to get there. Again, that's Student Services Center Room 3245. We will meet at St. Daniel's hall after school before we leave. Questions? Contact Joseph R. or Mme Saul.

Environmental Club

Are you looking for ways to make the Earth a better place?  Come to the meeting of the Environmental Club this Thursday!  Lots of activities are being planned for the fall, and new ideas are always welcome.

The meeting will be held on Thursday at 3:15 in Mrs. Volin's room, S119. 

Student Faculty Softball

The student faculty softball game has been moved to Wednesday, October 1st. Sign up is on the SG office window. Many spots are still available

 

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Daily Announcements 9.26.2014

Posted By Barbara Sloan, Director of Financial Services, Friday, September 26, 2014

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 26, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2

SALT
S.A.L.T. will be headed to Our Lady of Angels next Saturday, October 4th to distribute clothes and food to families in need.  We arrive back in plenty of time to still get ready for the Homecoming Dance. 

NHS

NHS needs volunteers to staff peer tutor tables for anyone who wants to drop in and ask a question in the library. Tutors must be able to help in all Math and Science classes and all English and Social Studies classes twice a week during an everyday study hall (no PE Study Halls) on Tuesday and Thursday.  Volunteers with lab study hall on Tuesday and Thursday are also eligible. Sign up is outside Mrs. Eckert's office and stop into her office with any questions.

Sacred Heart Monastery is looking for 15 volunteers to help pass out programs and direct guests from 5:30-8 pm on Tuesday September 30th. Students should wear their best Benet uniform to help out at this event. This is an easy way to get some service hours so sign up with friends on the service project bulletin board outside Mr. O'Donnell's room.

The Wheatland Athletic Association is looking for volunteers to help out with their annual basketball tryouts held at Scullen Middle School in Naperville.  There are still plenty of spots to be filled and the sign up sheet is posted on the service project bulletin board.  Email either Jack McDonnell or Loretta Elder with any questions.

College Interview Prep

Today during homeroom the College Counselors will be offering some insight into how to prepare for a college interview.  If you are interested, we encourage you to join us THIS Friday, September 26th during homeroom.  Please report DIRECTLY to SJC so that we can get started right away.

Student-Faculty Softball

All students can sign up for the student-faculty softball game Thursday, October 2nd at 3:30 on the back softball field. Sign up with your friends and enjoy an afternoon of free food and casual softball. Sign up is on the SG office window.

Big Sister Little Sister

The big sister little sister match-ups are posted outside the SG Office, the Dean's Office, and inside the cafeteria.

 Girls Basketball

Tryouts for girls basketball begin Monday November 3rd. If you are interested in trying out for basketball you should attend an informational meeting during home room on Wed Sept 24th.

Frosh and sophs will meet in Mr Corrigan’s room, T109

Juniors and seniors will meet in the conference room on the second floor of St Joseph’s Hall across from the Faculty Lounge.

Year Book

Yearbook will be meeting  Today after school in library Lab 2.  All are welcome.  We have work that can be done at home so if you'd like to join but are in a carpool, stop bye to get set up to work at home.  We need photographers for school events, page designers and people to help identify students in photos.

Drama Auditions

TRY-OUTS FOR THE DRAMA TROUPE'S FALL PRODUCTION OF ALMOST, MAINE WILL BE MONDAY IN ROOM B401.  AUDITION INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE DEAN'S OFFICE AND YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE PLAY ITSELF AT WWW.ALMOSTMAINE.COM

Library Recommendations

Seniors are asked to recommend a favorite book to the library.  We will display your recommendation on the TV screen as part of the Homecoming Week activities.  Please email your book title to Mrs. Swanson or Mrs. O'Connell or stop in and let us know! 

Homecoming

All sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to the 2014 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 4th from 7:30 - 10:30 PM.

Tickets will be on sale during lunch periods in the cafeteria this      Wednesday, 9/24 through Friday, 9/26 for $45 per couple or $25 solo.

Next week tickets will be on sale from Monday, 9/29 – Wednesday, 10/1 for $55 per couple or $30 solo.

If you are bringing a date from another school, you must fill out and turn in an emergency contact form before buying your ticket. Emergency contact forms can be picked up from SG reps during lunch or in the Deans’ Office

 Spirit Store

The Spirit Store is open M, W and F during lunch periods as well as Tuesday evening for the girl's volleyball game.  Get ready for homecoming by showing your school spirit!  Grab a Benet Pride T-shirt or the new girl's sweatpants which are approved for slop days!!  Lots of new items in the store by homecoming!

Homecoming Olympics

There will be an information meeting for all Homecoming Olympics team captains after school Today!  If you cannot attend, please send another member of your team.

Bass Fishing

The Bass Fishing Team will have its third fall outing on Monday.  Team members should check their calendar and email.

Broadcasting Club

There will be a Broadcasting Club meeting next Tuesday morning at 7:25.

Senior Leadership

Senior Leadership - The Elders will begin meeting with the leadership team on Wednesdays during period F in J309 starting next week on Oct. 1.  Bring your lunch.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Eckert or Brother Guy.

Game Development Club

The game development club is going to see a talk on game development this Monday, September 29. If interested, please contact Joseph Ravichandran. It will be a q and a session until 5:30 at the College of Dupage. Benet GDC: bringing you obscure talks since 2013.

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Daily Announcements 9.25.2014

Posted By Administration, Thursday, September 25, 2014

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 24, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2


Colleges
Colleges visiting today:

Clemson University

Emory University


SALT
S.A.L.T. will be headed to Our Lady of Angels next Saturday, October 4th to distribute clothes and food to families in need.  We arrive back in plenty of time to still get ready for the Homecoming Dance. 

NHS

NHS needs volunteers to staff peer tutor tables for anyone who wants to drop in and ask a question in the library. Tutors must be able to help in all Math and Science classes and all English and Social Studies classes twice a week during an everyday study hall (no PE Study Halls) on Tuesday and Thursday.  Volunteers with lab study hall on Tuesday and Thursday are also eligible. Sign up is outside Mrs. Eckert's office and stop into her office with any questions.

College Interview Prep

This Friday during homeroom the College Counselors will be offering some insight into how to prepare for a college interview.  If you are interested, we encourage you to join us THIS Friday, September 26th during homeroom.  Please report DIRECTLY to SJC so that we can get started right away.

Student-Faculty Softball

All students can sign up for the student-faculty softball game Thursday, October 2nd at 3:30 on the back softball field. Sign up with your friends and enjoy an afternoon of free food and casual softball. Sign up is on the SG office window.

Big Sister Little Sister

The big sister little sister match-ups are posted outside the SG Office, the Dean's Office, and inside the cafeteria.

 Girls Basketball

Tryouts for girls basketball begin Monday November 3rd. If you are interested in trying out for basketball you should attend an informational meeting during home room on Wed Sept 24th.

Frosh and sophs will meet in Mr Corrigan’s room, T109

Juniors and seniors will meet in the conference room on the second floor of St Joseph’s Hall across from the Faculty Lounge.

Year Book

Yearbook will be meeting  Today after school in library Lab 2.  All are welcome.  We have work that can be done at home so if you'd like to join but are in a carpool, stop bye to get set up to work at home.  We need photographers for school events, page designers and people to help identify students in photos.

Drama Auditions

RY-OUTS FOR THE DRAMA TROUPE'S FALL PRODUCTION OF ALMOST, MAINE WILL BE MONDAY IN ROOM B401.  AUDITION INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE DEAN'S OFFICE AND YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE PLAY ITSELF AT WWW.ALMOSTMAINE.COM

Christmas Drive 5K

Would you want something you created to be on the shirts of hundreds of people? If the answer is yes, create a design logo for the front of the 3rd Annual Christmas Drive 5K and bring it into the dean's office by this Friday! The winner will receive a free T-shirt!

Philosophy Club

The philosophy club will be meeting this friday morning at 7:10 in t110 (Doc Gimmell's room). The topic being discussed is faith. bring your friends! with any questions please contact Jon Kruppe or Michael Tempestini.

Library Recommendations

Seniors are asked to recommend a favorite book to the library.  We will display your recommendation on the TV screen as part of the Homecoming Week activities.  Please email your book title to Mrs. Swanson or Mrs. O'Connell or stop in and let us know! 

Homecoming

All sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to the 2014 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 4th from 7:30 - 10:30 PM.

Tickets will be on sale during lunch periods in the cafeteria this      Wednesday, 9/24 through Friday, 9/26 for $45 per couple or $25 solo.

Next week tickets will be on sale from Monday, 9/29 – Wednesday, 10/1 for $55 per couple or $30 solo.

If you are bringing a date from another school, you must fill out and turn in an emergency contact form before buying your ticket. Emergency contact forms can be picked up from SG reps during lunch or in the Deans’ Office

Homecoming Olympics

There will be an information meeting for all Homecoming Olympics team captains after school Friday!  If you cannot attend, please send another member of your team.

Detention

Detention will be held tomorrow after school in M26 from 3:05 to 3:30. The list is posted on the dean's office bulletin board.

 

 

 

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Daily Announcements 9.23.2014

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 23, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2


Colleges
Colleges visiting today:

Louisiana State University

St. Norbert College

Jostens

Attention Seniors: Jostens will be at school for the final time, on Wednesday, September 24th for cap and gown and graduation orders during lunch periods, in the gym lobby.

Also, on this day students may come see Jostens for class ring measurements and orders. Please remember your order form and $50 down payment.

Shadows

We would like to welcome our shadows today from  Our Lady of Peace and Highlands MS


SALT
There are so many great opportunities to serve--fulfilling ways to earn those NHS hours and do something inspiring with your time.  Come to the S.A.L.T. Dignity meeting tomorrow after school in J309 to hear about the daily, weekly, and monthly ways that Redwings can serve the poor, the elderly, and the sick.  For whatsoever you do for the least of my brothers, that you do onto me. 

Ladies, are you looking for friends you can talk to and trust?  Look no further! Freshman Marians is meeting tomorrow during your lunch and homeroom in J309 with Mrs. Bedore !   Join us and find that good friend you are looking for. 

Sign up on the bulletin board in Joseph hall or on volunteer spot.com for an angel visit with an elderly resident at Villa St. Benedict that is looking to have their day brightened by your company.  Angel visits take place on Tuesday, Wednesdays, and Thursdays after school. 

Big Sister Little Sister

The big sister little sister match-ups are posted outside the SG Office, the Dean's Office, and inside the cafeteria. You can pick up your sheet for your big sister or little sister during lunch.

 Girls Basketball

Tryouts for girls basketball begin Monday November 3rd. If you are interested in trying out for basketball you should attend an informational meeting during home room on Wed Sept 24th.

Frosh and sophs will meet in Mr Corrigan’s room, T109

Juniors and seniors will meet in the conference room on the second floor of St Joseph’s Hall across from the Faculty Lounge.

Year Book

Yearbook will be meeting this week Wednesday and Thursday after school in library Lab 2.  All are welcome.  We have work that can be done at home so if you'd like to join but are in a carpool, stop bye to get set up to work at home.  We need photographers for school events, page designers and people to help identify students in photos.

Spanish Club

Spanish Club is now accepting dues for 2014-2015.  If you would like to join the club and participate in desayunos, viajes y mas, please pay $5 to Ms. Berry in M25 no later than Wednesday, September 24th.

Drama Auditions

RY-OUTS FOR THE DRAMA TROUPE'S FALL PRODUCTION OF ALMOST, MAINE WILL BE ONE WEEK FROM YESTERDAY IN ROOM B401.  AUDITION INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE DEAN'S OFFICE AND YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE PLAY ITSELF AT WWW.ALMOSTMAINE.COM

Running Club

Attention any girls in the Running Club who bought a shirt: come to the caf after school today to pick it up! If you haven't already paid, make sure to bring your 13 dollars! Thanks!

Christmas Drive 5K

Would you want something you created to be on the shirts of hundreds of people? If the answer is yes, create a design logo for the front of the 3rd Annual Christmas Drive 5K and bring it into the dean's office by this Friday! The winner will receive a free T-shirt!

Film Club

Film club will finish watching Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Wednesday after school at 3:10 in M121, Mrs. Wiedder's room. New members are always welcome

Philosophy Club

The philosophy club will be meeting this friday morning at 7:10 in t110 (Doc Gimmell's room). The topic being discussed is faith. bring your friends! with any questions please contact Jon Kruppe or Michael Tempestini.

Debate Club

The Debate Club will meet Wednesday after school in Ms. Alcorn's room. Please contact Mrs. Wolfe with any questions

 

 

 

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Daily Announcements 9.22.2014

Posted By Administration, Monday, September 22, 2014

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 22, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2


Colleges
Colleges visiting today:

University Of Illinois at Chicago

LaSalle University

Michigan Technological University

Northeastern Illinois University

Stetson University

Western Illinois University

Jostens

Attention Seniors: Jostens will be at school for the final time, on Wednesday, September 24th for cap and gown and graduation orders during lunch periods, in the gym lobby.

 

Also, on this day students may come see Jostens for class ring measurements and orders. Please remember your order form and $50 down payment.

Shadows

We would like to welcome our shadows today from  Kennedy, Highlands MS, and Noonan Academy


SALT
There are so many great opportunities to serve--fulfilling ways to earn those NHS hours and do something inspiring with your time.  Come to the S.A.L.T. Dignity meeting tomorrow after school in J309 to hear about the daily, weekly, and monthly ways that Redwings can serve the poor, the elderly, and the sick.  For whatsoever you do for the least of my brothers, that you do onto me. 

Ladies, are you looking for friends you can talk to and trust?  Look no further! Freshman Marians is meeting tomorrow during your lunch and homeroom in J309 with Mrs. Bedore !   Join us and find that good friend you are looking for. 

 

Sign up on the bulletin board in Joseph hall or on volunteer spot.com for an angel visit with an elderly resident at Villa St. Benedict that is looking to have their day brightened by your company.  Angel visits take place on Tuesday, Wednesdays, and Thursdays after school

Big Sister Little Sister

The big sister little sister match-ups are posted outside the SG Office, the Dean's Office, and inside the cafeteria. You can pick up your sheet for your big sister or little sister during lunch.

 

Transfer Students

This is a reminder that the next transfer student groups will take place tomorrow (Tuesday, September 23rd) during the homeroom period. Sophomore and Junior transfer students along with their transfer buddies should report directly to the Multimedia Lab at the beginning of their homeroom period instead of checking into homeroom. Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

Voter Registration

Attention senior who will be 18 on or before November 4th can register to vote next Tuesday, Sep. 23rd, in St. Martin's Lobby.  Members of the DuPage County League of Women Voters will be on hand to register students throughout most of the school day.  Students must have two forms of ID, one of which has your address on it.  Your Benet ID will work as one form of identification. 

 Year Book

Yearbook will be meeting this week Wednesday and Thursday after school in library Lab 2.  All are welcome.  We have work that can be done at home so if you'd like to join but are in a carpool, stop bye to get set up to work at home.  We need photographers for school events, page designers and people to help identify students in photos.

Spanish Club

Spanish Club is now accepting dues for 2014-2015.  If you would like to join the club and participate in desayunos, viajes y mas, please pay $5 to Ms. Berry in M25 no later than Wednesday, September 24th.

Drama Auditions

RY-OUTS FOR THE DRAMA TROUPE'S FALL PRODUCTION OF ALMOST, MAINE WILL BE ONE WEEK FROM TODAY IN ROOM B401.  AUDITION INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE DEAN'S OFFICE AND YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE PLAY ITSELF AT WWW.ALMOSTMAINE.COM

Football

Be sure to head out to Benedictine this Friday night to cheer on our Varsity Football team! The theme is America so break out those Stars and Stripes. Also, don't forget to stop by the tailgate before the game! The tailgate will take place at 6pm on martin’s lawn and is sure to be a great time!! Everyone is invited.

Photography Club

Today's Photography Club meeting will start at 3:10 in Mrs. Boland's room (B202).

Science Aliance

Science Alliance and Rube Goldberg Meeting Wednesday at 3:15 in room T112

Broadcasting

There will be a broadcasting club meeting tomorrow morning at 7:23 in meeting room 1 in the Library

Film Club

Film club will finish watching Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Wednesday after school at 3:10 in M121, Mrs. Wiedder's room. New members are always welcome

Philosophy Club

The philosophy club will be meeting this friday morning at 7:10 in t110 (Doc Gimmell's room). The topic being discussed is faith. bring your friends! with any questions please contact Jon Kruppe or Michael Tempestini.

Boys Golf

Congratulations to the Benet Boys Golf Team who won the Dundee Crown Invite with a score of 303.  Benet Players were Ben Johnson, George Carroll, Scott Uher, Alex Bassetto and Nick Schanzer.  Alex Bassetto finished in the Top 10 and Ben Johnson won the event with a score of 70. 

 

 

 

 

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Daily Announcements 9.18.2014

Posted By Administration, Thursday, September 18, 2014

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 18, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2


Colleges
College visiting today:

University of Richmond

Shadows

We would like to welcome our shadows today from Cass and Herrick Middle Schools

SALT
March for Life forms are now available in the Campus Ministry office or at the SALT bulletin board in St. Joseph's hall.  Forms are due to Mrs. Bedore by Friday, October 17th.  More information will be given at the March for Life Assemblies on Friday during homerooms. 

Tickets are still available in the campus ministry office for TONIGHT's 7:00 pm Tim Timmons Show.  Tim will also be here at Benet for a SNEAK PEAK at tonight's show in the chapel at the end of 7th and during 8th, and 9th periods.  Students with study halls during one of those periods are welcome to attend. See Mrs. Bedore or Study hall moderators for a pass.  

Angel Visits are Back Tuesday, Wednesdays, and Thursdays after school.  Villa St. Benedict is looking for Benet students who would love to visit residents--   Greet them with cookies and lemonade and spend a little time visiting with those that seldom receive visitors. 

Sign up and permission forms are on the bulletin board and sign up is available on volunteerspot.com.

There will be Respect Life presentations in St. Daniel's hall during ALL homerooms tomorrow.  ALL students are asked to report DIRECTLY to St. Daniel's auditorium during homeroom tomorrow.

Philosophy Club

Attention all thinkers! The Philosophy Club will be meeting this Friday morning at 7:10 am in T110 (Doc Gimmel's room). All students are welcome! Bring your friends! With any questions, contact Jon Kruppe or Michael Tempestini

Benet Bowling

If you've signed up for bowling club, please check your school e-mail for a short but important Google form to fill out. Be sure to get your teams together and your $10 registration fee turned in by Friday if you want to bowl this week. Checks are preferable and should be made out to Benet Academy.

If you did not sign up, it's not too late!

Preposition Competition
Mr. Stracco's English I classes are officially challenging all other English teacher  students to the annual preposition challenge.  Will any non-Stracco student accept the challenge?  The Preposition Competition will be held on Friday, Sept. 19th during freshman lunch. Today is the last day to prepare.

Year Book

Yearbook will be meeting next week Wednesday and Thursday after school in library Lab 2.  All are welcome.  We have work that can be done at home so if you'd like to join but are in a carpool, stop bye to get set up to work at home.  We need photographers for school events, page designers and people to help identify students in photos.

Homecoming Olympics

Tomorrow, Friday, is the last day to turn in Homecoming Olympics permission forms! They're available in the Dean's Office!

Medical Club

The medical club will be dissecting hearts Today after school in S117, Dr. Blaney's room. Space is limited, so sign up on the sheet posted on Dr. Blaney's door to secure your spot. The cost is $5, which can be brought to the dissection on Thursday. Hope to see you there

Spanish Club

Spanish Club is now accepting dues for 2014-2015.  If you would like to join the club and participate in desayunos, viajes y mas, please pay $5 to Ms. Berry in M25 no later than Wednesday, September 24th.

Productions Crew

Are you interested in SOUND and LIGHTING?

Would you like to be on a crew for productions and events in St. Daniel Hall?

We are looking for some tech-minded students

to work both school, and outside events in St. Daniel Hall.

Come to a meeting Today - Thursday - after school in the rehearsal room

of St. Daniel Hall for more information on how you can be trained and earn a

place on the crew.

Students who have worked in the past, MUST be trained to be considered for

a place on any production crew this year.

See Mr. Wand with any questions.

Thank You.

Drama Auditions

RY-OUTS FOR THE DRAMA TROUPE'S FALL PRODUCTION OF ALMOST, MAINE WILL BE ONE WEEK FROM TODAY IN ROOM B401.  AUDITION INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE DEAN'S OFFICE AND YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE PLAY ITSELF AT WWW.ALMOSTMAINE.COM

Football

Be sure to head out to Benedictine this Friday night to cheer on our Varsity Football team! The theme is America so break out those Stars and Stripes. Also, don't forget to stop by the tailgate before the game! The tailgate will take place at 6pm on martin’s lawn and is sure to be a great time!! Everyone is invited.

Choir

There is an IMEA Help Session for any choir student interested in help on the audition - after school today in the rehearsal room of St. Daniel Hall

French Club

The French Club Breakfast is tomorrow, Friday, from 7:10 to 7:40 a.m. in room M20. 

 

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Daily Announcements 9.17.2014

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 17, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2


Colleges
Colleges visiting today:

Drake University

Hope College

Marlboro College

Jostens
Attention Seniors: Jostens will be at school Today, September 17th for cap and gown and graduation orders during lunch periods, in the cafeteria hallway. Extra information packets are available in the school office.

Also, on this day students may come see Jostens for class ring measurements and orders. Please remember your order form and $50 down payment.


SALT
March for Life forms are now available in the Campus Ministry office or at the SALT bulletin board in St. Joseph's hall.  Forms are due to Mrs. Bedore by Friday, October 17th.  More information will be given at the March for Life Assemblies on Friday during homerooms. 

Get your ticket now for the Tim Timmons concert at St. Joan of Arc Church on Thursday evening at 7:00.  Doors open at 6:15. Tickets are 10.00 and available with Mrs. Bedore.

Angel Visits are Back Tuesday, Wednesdays, and Thursdays after school.  Villa St. Benedict is looking for Benet students who would love to visit residents--   Greet them with cookies and lemonade and spend a little time visiting with those that seldom receive visitors. 

Sign up and permission forms are on the bulletin board and sign up is available on volunteerspot.com.

There will be Respect Life presentations in St. Daniel's hall during ALL homerooms tomorrow.  ALL students are asked to report DIRECTLY to St. Daniel's auditorium during homeroom tomorrow.

Tickets are still available in the campus ministry office for TONIGHT's 7:00 pm Tim Timmons Show at St. Joan of Arc!  See Mrs. Bedore

Philosophy Club

Attention all thinkers! The Philosophy Club will be meeting this Friday morning at 7:10 am in T110 (Doc Gimmel's room). All students are welcome! Bring your friends! With any questions, contact Jon Kruppe or Michael Tempestini

NHS
The Wheatland Athletic Association is looking for volunteers to help them with their annual basketball tryouts held at Scullen Middle School in Naperville.  Sign up sheets will be posted on the NHS bulletin board and Thursday is the last day to sign up. Check your Benet emails for further information and contact Jack McDonnell or Loretta Elder with any questions

Boys Swimming

Any boys interesting in swimming this winter needs to meet in the cafeteria after school Today.  If they cannot make it, email either Patrick Mudge or Nick Michaels at their Benet emails.

Benet Bowling

If you've signed up for bowling club, please check your school e-mail for a short but important Google form to fill out. Be sure to get your teams together and your $10 registration fee turned in by Friday if you want to bowl this week. Checks are preferable and should be made out to Benet Academy.

If you did not sign up, it's not too late!

Volunteers
Looking to get your service hours in early this year? Knights of Columbus is looking for volunteers for their tootsie roll drive in stores around the area. Sign up for two hour time slots for Saturday September 20th or Sunday September 21st on the service project bulletin board near the recruitment office.
 

Debate Club

The Debate Club will meet this Today after school in Ms. Alcorn's room. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Wolfe.

Preposition Competition
Mr. Stracco's English I classes are officially challenging all other English teacher  students to the annual preposition challenge.  Will any non-Stracco student accept the challenge?  The Preposition Competition will be held on Friday, Sept. 19th during freshman lunch.

Peer Tutors
Peer tutors needed.  Volunteers to peer tutors are needed especially for periods C, D, F, G and H.  Sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Eckert's  office across from the faculty center.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are eligible to be peer tutors and it is a great way to get NHS hours you need during school.

Film Club

Film club will be watching Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Wednesday after school at 3:10 in M121, Mrs. Wiedder's room. New members are always welcome

Environmental Club

It's Time to Go Green!!

The Benet Environmental Club will have its first meeting of the year next Wednesday September 17th.

All students are invited to come and find out about lots of environmental activities coming up this fall.  Trips to the Morton Arboretum and SCARCE, tie-dying tshirts, and service projects are just some of the many things to do!

Mark your calendars and plan to attend the meeting next Wednesday at 3:15 in Room S117.

Year Book

Yearbook will be meeting next week Wednesday and Thursday after school in library Lab 2.  All are welcome.  We have work that can be done at home so if you'd like to join but are in a carpool, stop bye to get set up to work at home.  We need photographers for school events, page designers and people to help identify students in photos.

Homecoming Olympics

Friendly reminder that the Homecoming Olympic permission forms are due THIS THURSDAY the 18th in the Dean's Office.  Sign up with your team and include all the forms together and the money in an envelope.  Forms are in the Dean's Office.

Student Government

There will be a Student Government meeting after school today at 3:10 in St. Jude Commons. All are welcome. Sophomore and Junior Reps should meet in the SG Office during their homeroom periods.

Anime Club

The Anime Club will be meeting today after school in room S119. We hope to see you there!

Medical Club

The medical club will be dissecting hearts on Thursday Sept. 18th after school in S117, Dr. Blaney's room. Space is limited, so sign up on the sheet posted on Dr. Blaney's door to secure your spot. The cost is $5, which can be brought to the dissection on Thursday. Hope to see you there

Ornithology Club

The Ornithology Club will be having a meeting on Thursday in Mrs. Vollin's room, S119, at 7:30. Be there, it's gonna be a big one!

Spanish Club

Spanish Club is now accepting dues for 2014-2015.  If you would like to join the club and participate in desayunos, viajes y mas, please pay $5 to Ms. Berry in M25 no later than Wednesday, September 24th.

Productions Crew

Are you interested in SOUND and LIGHTING?

Would you like to be on a crew for productions and events in St. Daniel Hall?

We are looking for some tech-minded students

to work both school, and outside events in St. Daniel Hall.

Come to a meeting tomorrow - Thursday - after school in the rehearsal room

of St. Daniel Hall for more information on how you can be trained and earn a

place on the crew.

Students who have worked in the past, MUST be trained to be considered for

a place on any production crew this year.

See Mr. Wand with any questions.

Thank You.

Recycling Club

The Benet Recycling Club meets TODAY after school in T110, Doc Gimmell's room. ALL students are welcome, and no prior experience is needed! Come to save the Earth, stay for the cookies

Detention

Detention is being held this Thursday in M26 from 3:05 to 3:30. If you received a detention at the end of last school year or this year since school started, please check the list for your name on the Dean's Office bulletin board.

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Daily Announcements 9.16.2014

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 16, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2


Colleges
Regular college visits begin today for juniors and seniors today and will continue until December.. Please use your homeroom time to visit with the college reps.

Colleges visiting today:

Albion College

Furman University

Providence College

Michigan State

Jostens
Attention Seniors: Jostens will be at school Tomorrow, September 17th for cap and gown and graduation orders during lunch periods, in the cafeteria hallway. Extra information packets are available in the school office.

Also, on this day students may come see Jostens for class ring measurements and orders. Please remember your order form and $50 down payment.

SALT
All students planning to attend the Feed My Starving Children packing session:  You must have a permission slip to Mrs. Bedore by this evening.  In addition, if you have a milk allergy, you may want to sit this one out.  We will will be working with powdered milk this evening.  If you are taking the Benet Bus, please be at the back doors to St. Jude's by the cafeteria by 4:40. 

SALT will be having a meeting Today after school on the front lawn. Join us for a round of bags and to enjoy some time with friends, new and old. 

Get your ticket now for the Tim Timmons concert at St. Joan of Arc Church on Thursday evening at 7:00.  Doors open at 6:15. Tickets are 10.00 and available with Mrs. Bedore.

Due to Bus evacuation practice, Freshman Marians will only be held during Freshman lunch in J309 today.

Senior Marians will meet today during 6th period in B201  

Angel Visits are Back Tuesday, Wednesdays, and Thursdays after school.  Villa St. Benedict is looking for Benet students who would love to visit residents--   Greet them with cookies and lemonade and spend a little time visiting with those that seldom receive visitors. 

Sign up and permission forms are on the bulletin board and sign up is available on volunteerspot.com.

Spirit Store

The Spirit Store will be open this evening during the varsity girl's volleyball game tonight. Stop by before or after the game

Philosophy Club

Attention all thinkers! The Philosophy Club will be meeting this Friday morning at 7:10 am in T110 (Doc Gimmel's room). All students are welcome! Bring your friends! With any questions, contact Jon Kruppe or Michael Tempestini

NHS
The Wheatland Athletic Association is looking for volunteers to help them with their annual basketball tryouts held at Scullen Middle School in Naperville.  Sign up sheets will be posted on the NHS bulletin board and Thursday is the last day to sign up. Check your Benet emails for further information and contact Jack McDonnell or Loretta Elder with any questions

Boys Swimming

any boys interesting in swimming this winter needs to meet in the cafeteria after school this Wednesday.  If they cannot make it, email either Patrick Mudge or Nick Michaels at their Benet emails.

Game Development

Attention computer enthusiasts. Game Development club will be meeting today after school from 3:15-4:30 in the writers lab

Benet Bowling

If you've signed up for bowling club, please check your school e-mail for a short but important Google form to fill out. Be sure to get your teams together and your $10 registration fee turned in by Friday if you want to bowl this week. Checks are preferable and should be made out to Benet Academy.

If you did not sign up, it's not too late!

Volunteers
Looking to get your service hours in early this year? Knights of Columbus is looking for volunteers for their tootsie roll drive in stores around the area. Sign up for two hour time slots for Saturday September 20th or Sunday September 21st on the service project bulletin board near the recruitment office.
 

Boys Golf

Congratulations to sophomore, Nick Schanzer, who got a hole in one yesterday in the Varsity Match vs. Naperville North.

Debate Club

The Debate Club will meet this Wednesday after school in Ms. Alcorn's room. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Wolfe.

Preposition Competition
Mr. Stracco's English I classes are officially challenging all other English teacher  students to the annual preposition challenge.  Will any non-Stracco student accept the challenge?  The Preposition Competition will be held on Friday, Sept. 19th during freshman lunch.

Peer Tutors
Peer tutors needed.  Volunteers to peer tutors are needed especially for periods C, D, F, G and H.  Sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Eckert's  office across from the faculty center.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are eligible to be peer tutors and it is a great way to get NHS hours you need during school.

Film Club

Film club will be watching Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Wednesday after school at 3:10 in M121, Mrs. Wiedder's room. New members are always welcome

Social Media Club

The Social Media Club will be meeting this Wednesday morning at 7:20am in T115.  New members are always welcome.

Environmental Club

It's Time to Go Green!!

The Benet Environmental Club will have its first meeting of the year next Wednesday September 17th.

All students are invited to come and find out about lots of environmental activities coming up this fall.  Trips to the Morton Arboretum and SCARCE, tie-dying tshirts, and service projects are just some of the many things to do!

Mark your calendars and plan to attend the meeting next Wednesday at 3:15 in Room S117.

Year Book

Yearbook will be meeting next week Wednesday and Thursday after school in library Lab 2.  All are welcome.  We have work that can be done at home so if you'd like to join but are in a carpool, stop bye to get set up to work at home.  We need photographers for school events, page designers and people to help identify students in photos.

Homecoming Olympics

Friendly reminder that the Homecoming Olympic permission forms are due THIS THURSDAY the 18th in the Dean's Office.  Sign up with your team and include all the forms together and the money in an envelope.  Forms are in the Dean's Office.

Detention

Detention is being held this Thursday in M26 from 3:05 to 3:30. If you received a detention at the end of last school year or this year since school started, please check the list for your name on the Dean's Office bulletin board.

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Daily Announcements 9.15.2014

Posted By Administration, Monday, September 15, 2014

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

September 15, 2014

 

Chapel Schedule
Monday: A-E Adoration and Reconciliation
Tuesday: F-I Adoration and Reconciliation
Wednesday: Sophomore Mass E1, Senior Mass F1
Thursday: Freshman Mass E2, Junior Mass F2


Colleges
Regular college visits begin today for juniors and seniors today and will continue until December.. Please use your homeroom time to visit with the college reps.

Colleges visiting today:

Albion College

Furman University

Providence College

Michigan State

 

Jostens
Attention Seniors: Jostens will be at school on Wednesday, September 17th for cap and gown and graduation orders during lunch periods, in the cafeteria hallway. Extra information packets are available in the school office.

Also, on this day students may come see Jostens for class ring measurements and orders. Please remember your order form and $50 down payment.


SALT
There are still a few spots available for tomorrow's trip to Feed My Starving Children from 5:45-7:30.  Transportation will be available to Portillo's and then on to the packing site.  The bus will leave the back doors of St. Jude's hall at 4:40. Please let Mrs. Bedore know if you will be taking the bus.

SALT will be having a meeting after school tomorrow on the front lawn. Join us for a round of bags and to enjoy some time with friends, new and old. 

Get your ticket now for the Tim Timmons concert at St. Joan of Arc Church on Thursday evening at 7:00.  Doors open at 6:15. Tickets are 10.00 and available with Mrs. Bedore.  If you'd like, join SALT for pizza ahead of the concert too.

Freshman ladies, you are invited to attend Marians in J309 during your lunch and homeroom tomorrow, Tuesday, September 16th. 

March for Life Forms are available in St. Joseph hall and near Mrs. Bedore's office.  Join Benet in the Washington D.C. pilgrimage for life.  It promises to be both fun and to have a deep impact on all who attend.  Forms are due October 17th.

March for Life Registration forms are available near the bulletin board in St. Joseph's hall and near Mrs. Bedore's office.  This year Benet will be joining the large and enthusiastic pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Chicago in the March.  Unite your voice with ours as we witness to the protection of civil rights for all in Washington D.C.  Freshman through Seniors are invited to particiapte.  See Mrs. Bedore for more information. 

 

NHS
Three volunteers are needed for Lisle Library Tutoring THIS Tuesday, September 16th from 3;30-5:00.  It's a great way to get NHS hours with friends.  Sign up sheet is on the service board outside Mr. O'Donnell's room.

Boys Swimming

Please announce Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday that any boys interesting in swimming this winter needs to meet in the cafeteria after school this Wednesday.  If they cannot make it they need to email either Patrick Mudge or Nick Michaels at their Benet emails.

Benet Bowling

If you've signed up for bowling club, please check your school e-mail for a short but important Google form to fill out. Be sure to get your teams together and your $10 registration fee turned in by Friday if you want to bowl this week. Checks are preferable and should be made out to Benet Academy.

If you did not sign up, it's not too late!

Volunteers
Looking to get your service hours in early this year? Knights of Columbus is looking for volunteers for their tootsie roll drive in stores around the area. Sign up for two hour time slots for Saturday September 20th or Sunday September 21st on the service project bulletin board near the recruitment office.
 

Preposition Competition
Mr. Stracco's English I classes are officially challenging all other English teacher  students to the annual preposition challenge.  Will any non-Stracco student accept the challenge?  The Preposition Competition will be held on Friday, Sept. 19th during freshman lunch.

Peer Tutors
Peer tutors needed.  Volunteers to peer tutors are needed especially for periods C, D, F, G and H.  Sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Eckert's  office across from the faculty center.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are eligible to be peer tutors and it is a great way to get NHS hours you need during school.

 

Big Sister Little Sister
Freshman and Senior Ladies - If you did not turn in your big sister little sister form to participate in the program, please turn it in to the Dean's Office today! There are extra forms in the Dean's Office.

 

Photography Club

On Monday, September 15th there will be an informational meeting about Photography Club. It will be held in Mrs. Boland's room (B202) at 3:10. Please join us, bring a friend, and see what we have in store for this year!

Film Club

Film club will be watching Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Wednesday after school at 3:10 in M121, Mrs. Wiedder's room. New members are always welcome

Broadcasting Club

There will be a broadcasting club meeting tomorrow before school at 7:25 in meeting room 1 in the library.

Muse

Creative Writers in all grade levels - write this down!

There's a MUSE club meeting today after school in M120 - come to write ... come to snack.... come to make friends.... everyone is welcome!

Social Media Club

The Social Media Club will be meeting this Wednesday morning at 7:20am in T115.  New members are always welcome.

Environmental Club

It's Time to Go Green!!

The Benet Environmental Club will have its first meeting of the year next Wednesday September 17th.

All students are invited to come and find out about lots of environmental activities coming up this fall.  Trips to the Morton Arboretum and SCARCE, tie-dying tshirts, and service projects are just some of the many things to do!

Mark your calendars and plan to attend the meeting next Wednesday at 3:15 in Room S119, Mrs. Volin's room

Detention

Detention is being held this Thursday in M26 from 3:05 to 3:30. If you received a detention at the end of last school year or this year since school started, please check the list for your name on the Dean's Office bulletin board.

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