Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

September 21, 2018

 

 

                                                   
Announcements
Good Morning Heralds, today is Friday, September 21st and here is what is happening at Saint John,
Prior Sports Scores:
The Boys golf team competed against Harvey yesterday and lost. Harvey 185, and St. John 216. Jon Chambers shot a 39, and Dave DiSalvatore had a 48. 
The Girls tennis team had a match against Lakeside last night. Emily Cevera, Julianne Sheldon won in their singles matches. Dana Sackett and Rachel Williams, and Katie Parise and Olivia Passerell won in their Double matches. Nice work ladies!
Last night the Lady Herald Volleyball team defeated the Lakeside Dragons in a 3 set sweep. Morgan Anderson was the leading server with 22 points. Molly Powers had 38 assists and Natale Decato had 25 kills. Way to come out on top girls! 
This weekend’s Sports Events:
Boys Football takes on Pymatuning Valley AT PV tonight. Kick off is 7:00 pm
Varsity Volleyball plays Cardinal at home at 1:00 pm on Saturday 
Soccer plays tomorrow at Badger at 1:30.  Good luck heralds !
Announcements from Office:
Students in all grades are expected to use their new lunch cards. If you do not have your card you may be asked to go to the end of the lunch line.                                                                                                                       There are bus seats available for the St. John vs Ridgedale game on September 28th.  The bus will depart at 2:30 and the cost is $20.00  This does not include your ticket to the football game.  The seats are open to students and parents in grades 9 through 12 or any staff members who are interested in going.  Please contact Mr. Iarocci if you would like to go.  There are a limited number of seats, so this will be a first come first serve basis. See Mrs. Kovacs with your money. 
Announcements From Campus Ministry
Today’s prayer at the pole was led by the freshman class. Our activity for the day will be making prayer flags. These flags are giving students the opportunity to write a prayer for something that they would like to see in our community. Students intentions will be written down on a piece of cloth and will be hung in the breezeway for display. Supplies for this activity can be found in the breezeway.  Thank you to all of those who participated and to all who made this week possible.
Our Lady of Peace parish is looking for students in grades 7-12 to come help with their Trunk or Treat event on Saturday, October 20th from 11 am to 2 pm.  If you have any questions or like to sign up please see Ms. Crookston in the Campus Ministry office.
Announcements from Guidance:
(Announce...Tuesday, September 18 through Friday, September 21)
The registration deadline for the October 27 ACT is Friday, September 28.
Please stop in the Guidance Office if you need assistance with the registration process.
Students in grades 7 are reminded that their permission slip and emergency medical form for Thursday's field trip needs to be turned in to the homeroom teacher or dropped off in the Guidance Office by Wednesday, September 18.  Extra forms are available in the Guidance Office.
This Day In History:   On this day in 1780, during the American Revolution, American General Benedict Arnold meets with British Major John Andre to discuss handing over West Point to the British, in return for the promise of a large sum of money and a high position in the British army.

Today’s Weather: 
A chance of heavy storms this afternoon a high of 86 and a low of 53 degrees 

Today For Lunch:
Today for lunch is pizza, salad, fruit, cookie, and milk. 
Monday for lunch is toasted cheese, tomato soup, salad, peaches, and milk. 
The salad for next week is chef salad. 
Joke For the day: 
What lights up a soccer stadium?
A soccer match!
AND REMEMBER HERALDS, YOU ARE THE KEY!




Healthy snacks will be available for purchase in the concession stand daily from 2:20-3:00pm for any student athlete or anyone in the building before practice or waiting for a ride. Prices range from .50 to $2.00.  Money raised benefits various student organizations.  

 

 

           

             

           

           

           

           

 

       

     

   

 

   

 

    

  

 

 

 

             

               

           

             

             

       

            
 
 
 
             
           
           
 
          
           
 
 
           
 
 
  
    
        
             
 
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