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Daily Announcements 5.23.2013

Posted By Administration, Friday, May 24, 2013
Dean’s Office Daily AnnouncementsMay 23, 2013CMAT
Reconciliation and Adoration are available until 3:30 after school. S.a.l.t. Will meet this Thursday in Mr. Kazlauskas' room (J307) after school. Get a jump on participating in exciting new plans designed by SALT student leaders for activities going on this summer and next year and enjoy a SALTY snack when you come!  Extraordinary ministers for next year have been selected. Names are posted on the service bulletin board, by Mrs. Bedore's office and through you benet email. EMCs will be expected to attend a meeting on Wednesday, May 29th after school in the chapel.

Do you have an old, unused or unwanted computer? Donate them to Breakthrough Urban Ministries to help men learn computer skills and find work. Check out a bulletin board for more details and Contact Mrs. Bedore or Glen Kleinschmidt for details on how to donate your computer.

Project Finders Givers will be in operation June 10th-June 13th from 8 a.mto collect, sort, box, and deliver lost-and-found items from local schools to a shelter for battered women and children. Students can come help out one or all of the days. Permission slips are available in the dean's office, Mrs. Bedore’s office or by the service bulletin board and are due by THIS Friday, May 24th to Mrs. Bedore.
Uniforms
If any seniors have any shirts, ties, belts, skirts that they want to donate, PLEASE bring them to the Dean’s Office.

Library Fines
Freshman, Sophomores & Juniors:  Library Fines & Books are due by Thursday, 5/23; Final report cards will not be issued until books & fines have been received.

Yearbooks
The first 20 seniors on the yearbook wait list have until Friday til give your check to Dr. Riedy in S207. Starting Monday, any senior on the list will have a chance to buy a yearbook. First Come First Served.Feed My Starving Children
Feed My Starving Children Mobilpak is coming up soon. It’s at the DuPage County Fairgrounds this year. The event is June 14th and 15th. There are 6 available sessions. Any questions see Loren Reidy or Claire Kluge. Recycling
We need help recycling today after school. Students please sign in in T110. Teachers: Please place your recycling bin outside your door at the end of the day.Abbey Schola
Members should put their signing dates in Father Julian’s school mailbox by this Friday, May 24th before 8:00 am. Juniors enrolled in AP English
Should pick up a sheet from Mr. Stracco in M125 regarding summer reading.Model UN
THE MEMBER LIST FOR MODEL UN HAS BEEN POSTED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF ST. JUDE HALL NEAR THE STAIRWELL.Boys’ Golf
There will be a meeting on Thursday after school in B304 for any boy who intends to try-out next school year for the golf team.  If unable to attend, you must see Mr Nagis or Mr Leszczynski.

Used Book Sale
Mothers Club will soon hold its annual Used Book Consignment Collection and Sale. Senior collection will take place on May 30th from 8 AM to 12:30 PM in the Small Gym. Underclassmen collection will take place in the Cafeteria on June 5 from 9:30 AM to 1 PM and on June 6 from 7:30 AM to 2 PM. Please note, only those books in fair or good condition that will be used school year 2013-2014 will be eligible for the consignment process. A number of current books are being retired, many due to a new edition being issued. Families can choose to have these books return home with the student or be donated to the Mothers Club. Please be sure to visit the MC website at http://www.benet.org/group/moms for additional information including a master listing of books not eligible for resale. For any questions, please send note to benetusedbooks@gmail.com.NHS Hours
You can earn between 2 and 5 service hours on Thursday, June 6.  For those just inducted, these hours will go toward next fall’s required 10 service hours.  So, if you are a fall athlete, this would be a great opportunity to get some hours in early!  Please see Mrs. Arthurs in S202 for details.

Mr. Stracco
Seniors who had Mr. Stracco freshman year should report to M125 after 9th period on Friday for the opening of the time capsule.

Musical and Fall Play
Audition information for next year's Fall Play - 39 Steps and the Musical - 42nd Street is available now in the dean's office. The music department is offering a tap class for students to learn or refresh the skills needed for a big dance show. Class forms are in the office - return them to Ms. Condon or Mr. Wand. Students who received tap class forms yesterday should pick up new ones - the information has changed. Fall Play auditions are Tuesday after school in B402. Law Club
Law Club will host a Crime Scene Analyst this Thursday after school in the AV Studio. Pizza will be served.  

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Daily Announcements 5.22.2013

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

May 22, 2013

CMAT
Reconciliation and Adoration are available until 3:30 after school.

S.a.l.t. Will meet this Thursday in Mr. Kazlauskas' room (J307) after school. Get a jump on participating in exciting new plans designed by SALT student leaders for activities going on this summer and next year and enjoy a SALTY snack when you come!

Extraordinary ministers for next year have been selected. Names are posted on the service bulletin board, by Mrs. Bedore's office and through you benet email. EMCs will be expected to attend a meeting on Wednesday, May 29th after school in the chapel.

Do you have an old, unused or unwanted computer? Donate them to Breakthrough Urban Ministries to help men learn computer skills and find work. Check out a bulletin board for more details and Contact Mrs. Bedore or Glen Kleinschmidt for details on how to donate your computer.

Project Finders Givers will be in operation June 10th-June 13th from 8 a.mto collect, sort, box, and deliver lost-and-found items from local schools to a shelter for battered women and children. Students can come help out one or all of the days. Permission slips are available in the dean's office, Mrs. Bedore’s office or by the service bulletin board and are due by THIS Friday, May 24th to Mrs. Bedore.


Uniforms
If any seniors have any shirts, ties, belts, skirts that they want to donate, PLEASE bring them to the Dean’s Office.

Graduation Practice
This Thursday, all seniors will report to St. Ronald Gymnasium for graduation practice during period F1. This includes lab students and Madrigal singers.
All seniors playing a sport in college should meet on the steps immediately following graduation practice.


Library Fines
Freshman, Sophomores & Juniors: Library Fines & Books are due byThursday, 5/23; Final report cards will not be issued until books & fines have been received.

Feed My Starving Children
Feed My Starving Children Mobilpak is coming up soon. It’s at the DuPage County Fairgrounds this year. The event is June 14th and 15th. There are 6 available sessions. Any questions see Loren Reidy or Claire Kluge.

Abbey Schola
Members should put their signing dates in Father Julian’s school mailbox by this Friday, May 24th before 8:00 am.

Model UN
THE MEMBER LIST FOR MODEL UN HAS BEEN POSTED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF ST. JUDE HALL NEAR THE STAIRWELL.

Science Alliance
Science Alliance will have its last general meetingon Wednesdayafter school in T106. Those that have any Science Olympiad materials are asked to return them at that time. We'd also appreciate the donation of any student generated event study guides for use next year.

Boys’ Golf
There will be a meetingon Thursdayafter school in B304for any boy who intends to try-out next school year for the golf team. If unable to attend, you must see Mr Nagis or Mr Leszczynski.

Used Book Sale
Mothers Club will soon hold its annual Used Book Consignment Collection and Sale. Senior collection will take place onMay 30th from 8 AM to 12:30 PMin the Small Gym. Underclassmen collection will take place in the Cafeteria onJune 5from9:30 AM to 1 PMand onJune 6 from 7:30 AM to 2 PM. Please note, only those books in fair or good condition that will be used school year 2013-2014 will be eligible for the consignment process. A number of current books are being retired, many due to a new edition being issued. Families can choose to have these books return home with the student or be donated to the Mothers Club. Please be sure to visit the MC website athttp://www.benet.org/group/momsfor additional information including a master listing of books not eligible for resale. For any questions, please send note tobenetusedbooks@gmail.com.

Seniors
Join us in the cafeteria on Thursday morning for the annual Senior Class Breakfast. Doors open at 7:00 am.

NHS Hours
You can earn between 2 and 5 service hours on Thursday, June 6.For those just inducted, these hours will go toward next fall’s required 10 service hours.So, if you are a fall athlete, this would be a great opportunity to get some hours in early!Please see Mrs. Arthurs in S202 for details.

Mr. Stracco
Seniors who had Mr. Stracco freshman year should report to M125 after 9th periodon Fridayfor the opening of the time capsule.

Law Club
Law Club will host a Crime Scene Analyst this Thursday after school in the AV Studio. Pizza will be served.


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Daily Announcements 5.21.2013

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

May 21, 2013

CMAT
Mass is being celebrated during 7th and 8th periods today.

S.a.l.t. Will meetthis Thursdayin mr. Kazlauskas' room after school. Get a jump on participating in exciting new plans dreamed up for summer and next yearby our many salt.leaders.

Extraordinary ministers for next year have been selected. Names are posted on the service bulletin board, by mrs. Bedore's office and through you benet email. EMCs will be expected to attend a meetingon Wednesdayafter school in the chapel.

Conference Champs 2012-2013
Boys’ Baseball
Boys’ Basketball
Boys’ Cross Country
Girls’ Cross Country
Boys’ Football
Boys’ Soccer
Girls’ Tennis
Boys’ Track
Girls’ Track
Boys’ Volleyball

Girls’ Volleyball finished third in the conference, but won State!


Graduation Practice
This Thursday, all seniors will report to St. Ronald Gymnasium for graduation practice during period F1. This includes lab students and Madrigal singers.

Library Fines
Freshman, Sophomores & Juniors: Library Fines & Books are due byThursday, 5/23; Final report cards will not be issued until books & fines have been received.

SG Positions
All applications for SG committee positions for next year are duetoday. Applications can be picked up in the dean's office and should be returned there when completed.

Science Alliance
Science Alliance will have its last general meetingon Wednesdayafter school in T106. Those that have any Science Olympiad materials are asked to return them at that time. We'd also appreciate the donation of any student generated event study guides for use next year.

Boys’ Golf
There will be a meetingon Thursdayafter school in B304for any boy who intends to try-out next school year for the golf team. If unable to attend, you must see Mr Nagis or Mr Leszczynski.

Used Book Sale
Mothers Club will soon hold its annual Used Book Consignment Collection and Sale. Senior collection will take place onMay 30th from 8 AM to 12:30 PMin the Small Gym. Underclassmen collection will take place in the Cafeteria onJune 5from9:30 AM to 1 PMand onJune 6 from 7:30 AM to 2 PM. Please note, only those books in fair or good condition that will be used school year 2013-2014 will be eligible for the consignment process. A number of current books are being retired, many due to a new edition being issued. Families can choose to have these books return home with the student or be donated to the Mothers Club. Please be sure to visit the MC website athttp://www.benet.org/group/momsfor additional information including a master listing of books not eligible for resale. For any questions, please send note tobenetusedbooks@gmail.com.

Seniors
Join us in the cafeteria on Thursday morning for the annual Senior Class Breakfast. Doors open at 7:00 am.

Musical
There is a meetingtomorrowright after school to announcenext year's musical and to receive information about the fall play - meet in the auditorium at3:00-

Film Club
Film Club will have its final meetingthis Wednesday from 3:15-4:30. The group will be finishingMadea's Big Happy Family. Meeting room is M121.

NHS Hours
You can earn between 2 and 5 service hours on Thursday, June 6.For those just inducted, these hours will go toward next fall’s required 10 service hours.So, if you are a fall athlete, this would be a great opportunity to get some hours in early!Please see Mrs. Arthurs in S202 for details.

International Culture Club
There is a meeting after school on Wednesday in S119. Food and drink will be provided.

Mr. Stracco
Seniors who had Mr. Stracco freshman year should report to M125 after 9th periodon Fridayfor the opening of the time capsule.

Law Club
Law Club will host a Crime Scene Analyst this Thursday after school in the AV Studio. Pizza will be served.


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Daily Announcements 5.20.2013

Posted By Administration, Monday, May 20, 2013

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

May 20, 2013

CMAT
Reconciliation and Adoration will be offered in the chapel through periods D, E, F.

Conference Champs 2012-2013
Boys’ Baseball
Boys’ Basketball
Boys’ Cross Country
Girls’ Cross Country
Boys’ Football
Boys’ Soccer
Girls’ Tennis
Boys’ Track
Girls’ Track
Boys’ Volleyball

Girls’ Volleyball finished third in the conference, but won State!

Graduation Practice
This Thursday, all seniors will report to St. Ronald Gymnasium for graduation practice during period F1. This includes lab students and Madrigal singers.

MUSE
Benet's 2013 literary magazine, THE MUSE, will be available for sale all this week.The magazine includes 80 pages of Poetry, short stories and artwork from some of Benet's most creative kids for just $5.00!

Purchasea copy in the Dean's office or in M120. before they're all gone: Only 50 magazines were printed this year.

Get one before they disappear.

Library Fines
Freshman, Sophomores & Juniors: Library Fines & Books are due byThursday, 5/23; Final report cards will not be issued until books & fines have been received.

Juniors
Attention Juniors:
This is a reminder that ifyou think that you might compete athletically in college at the Division 1 or 2 level, you will need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Please check your Benet email for an important email that was sentby Mr. Oconer on May 6thregarding the NCAA Eligibility Center registration process and submitting your high school transcript.

SG Positions
All applications for SG committee positions for next year are duetomorrow. Applications can be picked up in the dean's office and should be returned there when completed.

Used Book Sale
Mothers Club will soon hold its annual Used Book Consignment Collection and Sale. Senior collection will take place onMay 30th from 8 AM to 12:30 PMin the Small Gym. Underclassmen collection will take place in the Cafeteria onJune 5from9:30 AM to 1 PMand onJune 6 from 7:30 AM to 2 PM. Please note, only those books in fair or good condition that will be used school year 2013-2014 will be eligible for the consignment process. A number of current books are being retired, many due to a new edition being issued. Families can choose to have these books return home with the student or be donated to the Mothers Club. Please be sure to visit the MC website athttp://www.benet.org/group/momsfor additional information including a master listing of books not eligible for resale. For any questions, please send note tobenetusedbooks@gmail.com.

Senior NHS Members
Attention allseniorNHS members - please see Mrs. Bruining to pick up your graduation tassel, either before school in room M225, or during homeroom in the Faculty Center.

NHS Hours
You can earn between 2 and 5 service hours on Thursday, June 6.For those just inducted, these hours will go toward next fall’s required 10 service hours.So, if you are a fall athlete, this would be a great opportunity to get some hours in early!Please see Mrs. Arthurs in S202 for details.

French Club
There will be a brief business meeting for French Club officerson Tuesdaymorning,May 21, at7:20in Room M20.

International Culture Club
There is a meeting after school on Wednesday in S119. Food and drink will be provided.

Mr. Stracco
Seniors who had Mr. Stracco freshman year should report to M125 after 9th periodon Fridayfor the opening of the time capsule.

Law Club
Law Club will host a Crime Scene Analyst this Thursday after school in the AV Studio. Pizza will be served.

Model UN
SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS ARE REMINDED THAT APPLICATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN MODEL UN ARE DUE IN TO MR. LEFFLER TODAY.

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Daily Announcements 5.15.2013

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

May 15, 2013

CMAT
Reconciliation and Adoration will be offered in the chapel until 3:30.

Help Senor Frey and Mr. Freywith their mission trip to Guatemalaby bringinga donation of washcloths, towels, shampoo, body soap, or ashower curtain bythis Friday. Suitcases to place your donations are located in the lobby, Senor Frey, or Mr. Frey's classrooms.

S.A.L.T. is looking for your help with Project Finders Givers, a service project that collects lost-and-found items from local schools and donates them to a shelter for battered women and children. We will be picking up items from the schools, onMonday, June 10thand sorting and boxing them from the 11th to the 14th from9:00 AM to 1:00 PMat Benet. Students can come help out one or all of the days. Permission slips are available in the dean's office, Mrs. Bedore’s office or by the service bulletin board and are due byFriday, May 24thto Mrs. Bedore.

Join S.A.L.T. at Villa St. Benedict after school today forthis year'sfinal game of Bunco after school. Sign up is on the service bulletin board.Students will meet at the front entrance to VSB at3:15this afternoon.

Freshman Marians should pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Bedore from outside Mrs. Bedore's office or from Ms. Morris for the field trip to Sacred Heart Monasterytomorrowduring 5th period. You must have a permission slip to attend.

S.A.L.T. will be meetingThursday, May 23rdafter school in Mr. Kazlauskas' room. This will be our last meeting for the school year and we will be introducing the new board as well as the leaders for all of S.A.L.T.s interest groups including: S.A.L.T. Hospitality, Spirit, LIFE, Dignity, Random Acts of Kindness, Prayer, Interfaith, and Force! Some of S.A.L.T's plans for the summer will also be discussed. Join us in being the S.A.L.T. of the earth!

Library Fines
Seniors: All books and fines are due by May 16th! If you do not return your books or pay your fines, you will NOT receive your caps and gowns!
All other students: Books and fines are due by May 23rd.

Logos
Logos Registration for next year is now open on line. You can access the Logos page through the Faith and Service web page or through Mr R. Marth's Benet webpage. Only the first four retreats next year will be open to your class.

Our First retreat comes early in September. It would be a great way to begin your Senior year! sign up! If you have questions please see MR. Marth or Ford.

Yearbooks
Despite the publicity given throughout the fall and winter that Benet yearbooks would only be pre-sold this year in order to be more cost conscious and eco-friendly, many students and parents have now expressed interest in purchasing a yearbook. We have contacted the supplier, and a second printing would require a minimum cost of $85 per book with an order of 100 books. Moreover, these yearbooks would not be ready for distribution until later this summer. To gauge the level of interest in proceeding with this approach, there will be two sign-up lists located in the Principal’s Office – one for seniors now wishing to purchase a yearbook and one for juniors, sophomores, and freshmen. A determination on how best to proceed will be made immediately after school on Tuesday, May 21st. So, if you have any interest, make sure you come to the Principal’s Office and sign the appropriate list as soon as possible. Thanks.

Boys’ Track
Boys track team members who earned medals last week are asked to pose for a newspaper pictureon Wednesdaythe 12th at3:00pmin St Martin lobby.

Seniors
If you think Mr. Brown might mispronounce your name at Honors Night or graduation, please see him in the cafeteria.

Book Club
Book club will meetWednesdaythe 15th in Mr. Stracco's room after school. The book we're discussing is Looking for Alaska by John Green. There will be snacks.

Yearbooks
During lunch and after school yearbooks will be passed out in S205 to ONLY those students who PREPAID. DO NOT stop to see if you can purchase a yearbook. Once you write in the book it is yours so please look it over for manufacturing defects BEFORE you write in it. Only unmarked books can be exchanged. ONCE all students have picked up their yearbooks, any extras will be sold for $75 each as follows: FIRST to SENIORS, then to the rest of the school. We will let you know IF/WHEN there are left-overs for sale.

Model UN
Sophomores and Juniors who would like to participate in Model UN next year should pick up application information available in the Dean's Office.

Boys’ Cross Country
There will be a boys cross country meetingtomorrowafter school for anyone interested in joining. The meeting will be in Coach Renicker's room, T115, at3:10. If you cannot attend, please see Coach Renicker.

Yearbook
Anyone who is interested in joining the yearbook club next year, come to an informational meetingtoday at 3:15in the IBM lab. New members are always welcome. Contact Courtney Oei or Mackenzie Franklin if you have any questions.


Boys’ Soccer
There is a meeting for all freshman boys soccer players intending to play as sophomores. The meeting is at 3:10 in the gym lobby on Wednesday, May 15th.


Boys’ Track
Boys track team members who earned medals last week are asked to pose for a newspaper pictureon Wednesdaythe 12th at3:00pmin St Martin lobby.



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Daily Announcements 5.14.2013

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

May 14, 2013

CMAT
Mass is being celebrated during 7th and 8th periods today.

Help Senor Frey and Mr. Freywith their mission trip to Guatemalaby bringinga donation of washcloths, towels, shampoo, body soap, or ashower curtain. Suitcases to place your donations are located in the lobby, Senor Frey, or Mr. Frey's classrooms.

S.A.L.T. is looking for your help with Project Finders Givers, a service project that collects lost-and-found items from local schools and donates them to a shelter for battered women and children. We will be picking up items from the schools, on Monday, June 10thand sorting and boxing them from the 11th to the 14th from9:00 AM to 1:00 PMat Benet. Students can come help out one or all of the days. Permission slips are available in the dean's office, Mrs. Bedore’s office or by the service bulletin board and are due byFriday, May 24thto Mrs. Bedore.


Join S.A.L.T.Wednesday, May 15thto garden in the Grotto at Sacred Heart Monastery with Sr. Mary from3:15-4:30.

OR join a S.A.L.T. group at Villa St. Benedict forthis year'sfinal game of Buncothis Wednesday, after school. Sign up for both events are on the service bulletin board.

Freshman Marians should pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Bedore for the field trip to Sacred Heart Monasteryon Thursdayduring 5th period. All permission slips should be in to Mrs. Bedore byWednesday, May 15th.


AP Exams
AP test takers-
Please check the bulletin board outside the Deans office or outside the principals office for the date, location and report time for each one of your AP exams.
What to bring to the Exam Room:
1)several sharpened No. 2 pencils with erasers,NOmechanical pencils(multiple choice answer sheets)
2)black or blue ball point pens (free response questions and exam booklet covers)
3)a watch (to pace yourself during the exam)
4)an approved calculator is needed for Calculus, Physics, Statistics, and Chemistry –Up to two calculators with necessary capabilities (make sure you have new/good batteries)
5)a ruler or straightedge for Physics
6)a sweater, if you find SJC or the library to be cold
WhatNOTto bring to the Exam Room:
DoNOTbring cell phones, cameras or any electronic communication devices into the testing room.

ENTERING the Exam Room:
Bring only needed supplies.Enter SJC from the North stairway (back entry by S202 or café).NOadmittance from St. Martin or St. Joseph Halls.Enter the library and AV Studio as usual.

Library Fines
Seniors: All books and fines are due by May 16th! If you do not return your books or pay your fines, you will NOT receive your caps and gowns!
All other students: Books and fines are due by May 23rd.

Golf Outing
Looking for a fun way to earn sevice hours? Then the Redwing Golf Classic is the place for you! Sign up for one of the 30 available student volunteer shifts, and help represent Benet to our 350 supporters and guests while enjoying a great day at Cog Hill golf course with your fellow Redwings. Whether you choose to work morning, afternoon, or all day, we have a spot for you! To volunteer or for further information, please see Mrs. Fischer, Manager of Special Events, in Benet Hall, Room 102 or sign up on the Service Project Bulletin Board


Boys’ Track
Boys track team members who earned medals last week are asked to pose for a newspaper pictureon Wednesdaythe 12th at3:00pmin St Martin lobby.

Book Club
Book club will meetWednesdaythe 15th in Mr. Stracco's room after school. The book we're discussing is Looking for Alaska by John Green. There will be snacks.

Yearbooks
During lunch and after school yearbooks will be passed out in S205 to ONLY those students who PREPAID. DO NOT stop to see if you can purchase a yearbook. Once you write in the book it is yours so please look it over for manufacturing defects BEFORE you write in it. Only unmarked books can be exchanged. ONCE all students have picked up their yearbooks, any extras will be sold for $75 each as follows: FIRST to SENIORS, then to the rest of the school. We will let you know IF/WHEN there are left-overs for sale.

Film Club
Film Club will meetWednesday from 3:15-4:15. We will be watching Madea's Big Happy Family. Meeting room is M121.

Model UN
Sophomores and Juniors who would like to participate in Model UN next year should pick up application information available in the Dean's Office.

Boys’ Cross Country
There will be a boys cross country meetingtomorrowafter school for anyone interested in joining. The meeting will be in Coach Renicker's room, T115, at3:10. If you cannot attend, please see Coach Renicker.

Library
Closed after school today!


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Daily Announcements 5.13.2013

Posted By Administration, Monday, May 13, 2013

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

May 13, 2013

CMAT
Reconciliation and Adoration will be available during D, E, F.

Senor Frey and Mr. Frey are on their way to Guatemala to build a house, and work in a soupkitchen and childcare center and their suitcases are ready to go! All they need nowis for you to pack them! They would appreciate your donations of washcloths, towels, shampoo, body soap, orshower curtains for their project. Suitcases to place your donationsare located in the lobby,Senor Frey, or Mr. Frey's classrooms.

S.A.L.T. is looking for your help with Project Finders Givers, a service project thatcollects lost-and-found items from local schools and donates them to a shelter for battered women and children. We will be picking up items from the schools, onMonday, June 10thand sorting and boxing them from the 11th to the 14th from9:00 AM to 1:00 PMat Benet. Students can come help outone or all of the days. It is a great opportunity to earn NHS hours! Group and individual permission slips are available in the dean's office, Mrs. Bedore’s office or by the service bulletin board and are due byFriday, May 24thto Mrs. Bedore.

Did you know fresh air and vigorous exercise will improve your grades? JoinS.A.L.T. Wednesday, May 15thto garden in the Grottoat Sacred Heart Monastery with Sr. Maryfrom3:15-4:30. OR a visit toVilla St. Benedict'sMemory CareWing would be more beneficial as you visit with residents and join them for a final game of Buncoon Wednesdayafter school. Sign up for both events are on the service bulletin board.

Freshman Marians should pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Bedore for the field trip to Sacred Heart Monasteryon Thursdayduring 5th period. All permission slips should be in to Mrs. Bedore byWednesday, May 15th.

Shadows
We would like welcome our shadows from: St. Isaac Jogues, St. Rita, St. James, St. Raphael, All Saints, Gregory, Saints Peter and Paul, Pleasantdale


AP Exams
AP test takers-
Please check the bulletin board outside the Deans office or outside the principals office for the date, location and report time for each one of your AP exams.
What to bring to the Exam Room:
1)several sharpened No. 2 pencils with erasers,NOmechanical pencils(multiple choice answer sheets)
2)black or blue ball point pens (free response questions and exam booklet covers)
3)a watch (to pace yourself during the exam)
4)an approved calculator is needed for Calculus, Physics, Statistics, and Chemistry –Up to two calculators with necessary capabilities (make sure you have new/good batteries)
5)a ruler or straightedge for Physics
6)a sweater, if you find SJC or the library to be cold
WhatNOTto bring to the Exam Room:
DoNOTbring cell phones, cameras or any electronic communication devices into the testing room.

ENTERING the Exam Room:
Bring only needed supplies.Enter SJC from the North stairway (back entry by S202 or café).NOadmittance from St. Martin or St. Joseph Halls.Enter the library and AV Studio as usual.

Library Fines
Seniors: All books and fines are due by May 16th! If you do not return your books or pay your fines, you will NOT receive your caps and gowns!
All other students: Books and fines are due by May 23rd.

Prom Tickets
If you haven't purchased prom tickets or still owe money or permission forms, you must see Mr. Frey today during 6th period in the SG office. Anyone that hasn't purchased tickets or turned in forms after today will not be able to attend this years prom.

Benet Herald
The Benet Herald is now accepting applications for associate editor positions through Monday, May 13th. Job descriptions and application questions are available on Newspaper homepage on Edline. The newspaper will also be in need of writers, photographers, proofreaders, and individuals interested in layout and/or website design. If interested, please sign up via email withMrs. Peterson in Development or Mrs. Nadolski in Recruitment.

Golf Outing
Looking for a fun way to earn sevice hours? Then the Redwing Golf Classic is the place for you! Sign up for one of the 30 available student volunteer shifts, and help represent Benet to our 350 supporters and guests while enjoying a great day at Cog Hill golf course with your fellow Redwings. Whether you choose to work morning, afternoon, or all day, we have a spot for you! To volunteer or for further information, please see Mrs. Fischer, Manager of Special Events, in Benet Hall, Room 102 or sign up on the Service Project Bulletin Board


NHS
Please volunteer as an usher or ticket taker atTuesdayorWednesdaynight's chorus performances, and earn NHS hours. Sign up sheet is in the dean's office.


Senior Nights
Tonight is senior night for Boys’ Volleyball.
Softball senior – the game starts at 4:30 on the back field!


Boys’ Soccer
There is a meeting for all freshman boys soccer players intending to play as sophomores. The meeting is at 3:10 in the gym lobby on Wednesday, May 15th.


Boys’ Track
Boys track team members who earned medals last week are asked to pose for a newspaper pictureon Wednesdaythe 12th at3:00pmin St Martin lobby.


Varsity Girls’ Lacrosse
The Varsity Girl's Lacrosse team has been seeded for the Quarter Finals against Naperville North, which has been tentatively scheduled forMondaynight. There will be a practice today for Varsity only at Prairie from4:30 to 6:00pm . Please note the time change for the practice.

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Daily Announcements 5.9.2013

Posted By Administration, Thursday, May 09, 2013

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

May 9, 2013

CMAT
Reconciliation and Adoration will be available from 12:40-3:30 today.

Do you need service hours but findyourself busy a good portion of the school year? Do you like helping others while getting some fresh air and a decent farmer's tan? Then sign-up to Garden in the Grotto thisWednesday, May 15thafter school from3:15-4:30. Permission slips and sign up are on the service bulletin board.

.A.L.T. is heading over to Villa St. Benedict'sWednesday, May 15thto socialize and play games with the residents. Sign-ups are on the service bulletin board.

Remember toSHOWER the Señor and Mr. Frey with generositynext week as they prepare for their mission trip to Guatemala in June. Suitcases are located in Mr. Frey & Senor Frey's rooms to donate shower curtains, shower curtain rings, Bath towels, hand towels, washrags, bottles of shampoo, conditioner, or body wash.

Shadows
We would like welcome our shadows from: Saints Peter and Paul, All Saints, and the Netherlands

AP Exams
AP test takers-
Please check the bulletin board outside the Deans office or outside the principals office for the date, location and report time for each one of your AP exams.
What to bring to the Exam Room:
1)several sharpened No. 2 pencils with erasers,NOmechanical pencils(multiple choice answer sheets)
2)black or blue ball point pens (free response questions and exam booklet covers)
3)a watch (to pace yourself during the exam)
4)an approved calculator is needed for Calculus, Physics, Statistics, and Chemistry –Up to two calculators with necessary capabilities (make sure you have new/good batteries)
5)a ruler or straightedge for Physics
6)a sweater, if you find SJC or the library to be cold
WhatNOTto bring to the Exam Room:
DoNOTbring cell phones, cameras or any electronic communication devices into the testing room.

ENTERING the Exam Room:
Bring only needed supplies.Enter SJC from the North stairway (back entry by S202 or café).NOadmittance from St. Martin or St. Joseph Halls.Enter the library and AV Studio as usual.

Library Fines
Seniors: All books and fines are due by May 16th! If you do not return your books or pay your fines, you will NOT receive your caps and gowns!
All other students: Books and fines are due by May 23rd.

Logos
Hello all attendees of Logos retreats this year.
We will have the final "THIRD Day reunion this Friday night at 7pm in chapel.

Pizza to follow prayer as God would want it.

Benet Herald
The Benet Herald is now accepting applications for associate editor positions through Monday, May 13th. Job descriptions and application questions are available on Newspaper homepage on Edline. The newspaper will also be in need of writers, photographers, proofreaders, and individuals interested in layout and/or website design. If interested, please sign up via email withMrs. Peterson in Development or Mrs. Nadolski in Recruitment.

Prom
Tickets will continue to be sold for this year's prom all week in the cafeduring Lunch and Homeroom periods. Cost for this year's prom and post prom is $165. The FINAL day to buy tickets is this Friday, May 10th. You and your date must both turn in your permission forms in order to be able to purchase a ticket. Additionally, table reservation forms are due by this Wednesday. Forms can be picked up and turned into the dean's office.



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Daily Announcements 5.8.2013

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

May 8, 2013

CMAT
Reconciliation and Adoration will be available from 12:40-3:30 today.

S.A.L.T. is heading over to Villa St. Benedict's this Wedensday, 8th AND next Wednesday, May 15th to socialize and play games with the residents. Sign-ups are on the service bulletin board.

Senor Frey and Mr. Frey are journeying to Guatamala this June for a mission trip where they will build a home for a Guatemalan family. For the first time, these homes will be built to include an indoor BATHROOM. Senor and Mr. Frey would love your help in supplying families there with the much needed supplies to stock their bathrooms. This would include shower curtains, shower curtain rings, Bath towels, hand towels, washrags, bottles of shampoo, conditioner, or body wash. Items may be place in the suitcases located in Martin's lobby or in Senor Frey or Mr. Frey's classrooms beginning next week, May 13th -May 17th.

Shadows
We would like welcome our shadows from: St. John of the Cross, Plank, St. Petronille, Washington

AP Exams
AP test takers-
Please check the bulletin board outside the Deans office or outside the principals office for the date, location and report time for each one of your AP exams.
What to bring to the Exam Room:
1)several sharpened No. 2 pencils with erasers,NOmechanical pencils(multiple choice answer sheets)
2)black or blue ball point pens (free response questions and exam booklet covers)
3)a watch (to pace yourself during the exam)
4)an approved calculator is needed for Calculus, Physics, Statistics, and Chemistry –Up to two calculators with necessary capabilities (make sure you have new/good batteries)
5)a ruler or straightedge for Physics
6)a sweater, if you find SJC or the library to be cold
WhatNOTto bring to the Exam Room:
DoNOTbring cell phones, cameras or any electronic communication devices into the testing room.

ENTERING the Exam Room:
Bring only needed supplies.Enter SJC from the North stairway (back entry by S202 or café).NOadmittance from St. Martin or St. Joseph Halls.Enter the library and AV Studio as usual.

International Culture Club
Will have a meeting after school in room S119.

Logos
Hello all attendees of Logos retreats this year.
We will have the final "THIRD Day reunion this Friday night at 7pm in chapel.

Pizza to follow prayer as God would want it.

Benet Herald
The Benet Herald is now accepting applications for associate editor positions through Monday, May 13th. Job descriptions and application questions are available on Newspaper homepage on Edline. The newspaper will also be in need of writers, photographers, proofreaders, and individuals interested in layout and/or website design. If interested, please sign up via email withMrs. Peterson in Development or Mrs. Nadolski in Recruitment.

Film Club
Will meet tomorrow from 3:15-4:15. We will be finishing 500 Days of Summer in room M121.

Prom
Tickets will continue to be sold for this year's prom all week in the cafeduring Lunch and Homeroom periods. Cost for this year's prom and post prom is $165. The FINAL day to buy tickets is this Friday, May 10th. You and your date must both turn in your permission forms in order to be able to purchase a ticket. Additionally, table reservation forms are due by this Wednesday. Forms can be picked up and turned into the dean's office.

Golf Outing Volunteers
Looking for a fun way to earn service hours? Then the Redwing Golf Classic is the place for you! Sign up for one of the 30 available student volunteer shifts, and help represent Benet to our 350 supporters and guests while enjoying a great day at Cog Hill golf course with your fellow Redwings. Whether you choose to work morning, afternoon, or all day, we have a spot for you! To volunteer or for further information, please see Mrs. Fischer, Manager of Special Events, in Benet Hall, Room 102.



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Daily Announcements 5.7.2013

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Dean’s Office Daily Announcements

May 7, 2013

CMAT
Mass is being celebrated during 7th and 8th periods today.

S.A.L.T. is heading over to Villa St. Benedict's this Wedensday, 8th AND next Wednesday, May 15th to socialize and play games with the residents. Sign-ups are on the service bulletin board.

Shadows
We would like welcome our shadows from:

AP Exams
AP test takers-
Please check the bulletin board outside the Deans office or outside the principals office for the date, location and report time for each one of your AP exams.
What to bring to the Exam Room:
1)several sharpened No. 2 pencils with erasers,NOmechanical pencils(multiple choice answer sheets)
2)black or blue ball point pens (free response questions and exam booklet covers)
3)a watch (to pace yourself during the exam)
4)an approved calculator is needed for Calculus, Physics, Statistics, and Chemistry –Up to two calculators with necessary capabilities (make sure you have new/good batteries)
5)a ruler or straightedge for Physics
6)a sweater, if you find SJC or the library to be cold
WhatNOTto bring to the Exam Room:
DoNOTbring cell phones, cameras or any electronic communication devices into the testing room.

ENTERING the Exam Room:
Bring only needed supplies.Enter SJC from the North stairway (back entry by S202 or café).NOadmittance from St. Martin or St. Joseph Halls.Enter the library and AV Studio as usual.

Math Team
Senior Brendan Caseria's State Championship performance led the Math Team to a 5th Place finishat Saturdays State MathTeam Finals in Champaign.

Complete details are posted in theMath Hall.


Logos
Hello all attendees of Logos retreats this year.
We will have the final "THIRD Day reunion this Friday night at 7pm in chapel.

Pizza to follow prayer as God would want it.


Boys’ Lacrosse Senior Night
Just a reminder that Tuesday, May 7, is Senior Night for Boys Lacrosse. Join us at BU Stadium to honor the 12 Seniors with Bill Dorn, the voice of the Redwings, at 7:45 p.m. Immediately following the Senior Night Festivities, the Redwings will take on the Naperville North Huskies.

Blanket Babes
NHS is looking for volunteers to help make fleece blankets for Sharing Connections on Friday May 10th from 3:15 to 4:30 in the library. Sign up on the service bulletin board, and contact Courtney Oei if you have any questions.

Benet Herald
The Benet Herald is now accepting applications for associate editor positions through Monday, May 13th. Job descriptions and application questions are available on Newspaper homepage on Edline. The newspaper will also be in need of writers, photographers, proofreaders, and individuals interested in layout and/or website design. If interested, please sign up via email withMrs. Peterson in Development or Mrs. Nadolski in Recruitment.

Film Club
Will meet tomorrow from 3:15-4:15. We will be finishing 500 Days of Summer in room M121.

Prom
Tickets will continue to be sold for this year's prom all week in the cafeduring Lunch and Homeroom periods. Cost for this year's prom and post prom is $165. The FINAL day to buy tickets is this Friday, May 10th. You and your date must both turn in your permission forms in order to be able to purchase a ticket. Additionally, table reservation forms are due by this Wednesday. Forms can be picked up and turned into the dean's office.

Golf Outing Volunteers
Looking for a fun way to earn service hours? Then the Redwing Golf Classic is the place for you! Sign up for one of the 30 available student volunteer shifts, and help represent Benet to our 350 supporters and guests while enjoying a great day at Cog Hill golf course with your fellow Redwings. Whether you choose to work morning, afternoon, or all day, we have a spot for you! To volunteer or for further information, please see Mrs. Fischer, Manager of Special Events, in Benet Hall, Room 102.


Cultural Assembly
Thank you to everyone who auditioned for the Cultural Assembly. The list of acts that made the show is now posted on the SG office window. See you at the dress rehearsal on Monday, May 13th!

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