Santa Fe Catholic High School

Preparing Students for College and the World 

March 15, 2018
   CALENDAR
Month at a Glance
  • March 15, Fine Arts Festival 5:30pm- 7:30pm (GYM)
  • March 17, Resurrection Santa Fe Sunday
  • March 26-April 2, Spring Break
  • April 7, St. Anthony Santa Fe Sunday
  • April 21, St. John Neumann Santa Fe Sunday
  • May 5, St. Joseph W.H. Santa Fe Sunday 
  • April 17 - Maker Fair 3:00pm
  • April 21, Prom
  • April 27, GradBash
  • May 3-5, Drama Club Presents:
     Seussical
  • May 15-17, Senior Exams
  • May 22-24, 2nd Semester Underclassmen Exams 
  • May 24, Last Day of School
  • May 25, Graduation 
OFFICE HOURS
7:00am - 3:30pm
SCHOOL HOURS
7:45am-2:30pm

 Bell and Rotation Schedule

 

Rotation Schedule (color)


The Hawk Weekly is an electronic newsletter that is emailed to parents that highlights important dates, events, and current news. 

 

The cut-off time for information going into the Hawk Weekly will be Tuesdays at 12:00pm. 

 

Publication will be  Thursday.  

 

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IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION!
Re-registration emails were sent last week.  If you did not receive an email or if you have an incoming freshman and would like a registration form sent to you, please email Margaret Parks at mparks@santafecatholic.org . In order to receive the reduced Registration fee of $325, all online forms must be complete and fee received prior to April 1st.  The registration fee increases to $400 after that date.
April Lunch Order
Orders are due no later than March 21st at 3:00pm. Click here.
Polk County Catholic Schools
Fine Arts Festival
When: Today, March 15th, 5:30-7:30pm
Where: SFC Gym
Who: All Polk County Catholic Schools
Please join us!
Happy Pi  Day!


Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter "π") is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant - the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter - which is approximately 3.14159.

Pi has been calculated to over one trillion digits beyond its decimal point. As an irrational and transcendental number, it will continue infinitely without repetition or pattern. While only a handful of digits are needed for typical calculations, Pi's infinite nature makes it a fun challenge to memorize, and to computationally calculate more and more digits.
Prayer Service
Prayer Service for the 17 students and instructors that were killed in the recent mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. A candle was lit for each of the 17 victims.
NHS News
National Honor Society application deadline is Friday, March 16th.
Freshmen Hawks Making a Difference in Polk County 
Santa Fe freshmen: Anna Esterline, Gracie Estupinan, and Anna Terlep, are working with three other girls from other schools to launch a new charitable organization called "100 Teens Who Care Lakeland." Their first meeting will be on Monday, April 16th at Mojo Federal, Downtown Lakeland, from 5:30-6:30pm. Registration will start at 5:15pm. Registration Form.  Check out their website: 100whocarelakeland.org
Learning Commons News

  •  All yearbooks are now $65. Only 150 yearbooks are being printed. Don't miss out! To order a yearbook online go to www.balfour.com and search "Santa Fe Catholic." 
Step Up for Students 2018-2019
The Step Up for Students Scholarship for the 2018-2019 academic year is now open for renewal. Families currently in the program, please renew now at www.stepupforstudents.org.
Spanish Placement Test Dates
  •  Saturday, March 17th @ 9:00am
  •  Saturday, April 14th @ 9:00am 
Scholarship Opportunities
Fast Approaching Deadlines
Click here for more scholarship opportunities.
Community Service Hours Opportunity
Santa Fe Sundays
Parent and Student Volunteers Needed for Santa Fe Sundays:
  • March 17th and 18th, all Masses, Church of the Resurrection 
  • April 7th and 8th, all Masses, St. Anthony
  • April 21st and 22nd, all Masses, St. John Neumann
  • May 5th and 6th, all Masses, St. Joseph Winter Haven
Email Heidy Aviles, haviles@santafecatholic.org if you can help. 
Renaissance XXXV - Going Cray at the Bayou Soiree
Check it Out!
Click here to view our "Thank You" video!

Available Party Tickets (Fixed Priced Items):
  • #1101 Scout & Tag "Choose A Board" Private Party - You deserve some "Me Time!" Join us on Thursday, April 19th, 6:30-8:30pm for wine, cheese and a private workshop at Scout & Tag where you get to participate in the fun of customizing and personalizing your own decorative board and more. All boards can be personalized. ONLY 3 SEATS LEFT - don't miss out!  Tickets: $50 
  • #1006 Hillcrest, Music & Wine Tasting Party - Join us on April 20th, 6:00pm for a Wine Tasting at Hillcrest Coffee, a beautifully renovated historic home in Dixieland, and listen to the tunes of Billy Dickerson and Rich Miller from the Southern Legacy Band. Light appetizers and dessert included. Tickets: $50
  • #1102 Flying Tigers Family Night - Join us Wednesday, June 13th for a Family Fun Night at a Flying Tigers vs. Jupiter Cardinals Game in the 34 Club. Enjoy a dinner, a seat for the game, and (2) beverages per adult. (Soda or water for the kids) Adult Tickets: $50 / Kids: $30
  • #1001 Holiday Spec-TAG-ular Wine and Craft Night with Katie Senkarik and Katiebugcrafts! Ready to jazz up those Christmas gifts? December 6, 2018, 6:00pm at the home of Katie Senkarik, 6 friends will make 4 layered and embellished gift tags and 4 layered and embellished gift card holders for a total of 8 projects. Let's create together while enjoying some wine. Tickets: $50  
Campus Ministry News
Overnight Student Retreat
Join us here at Santa Fe on Friday, April 6 through Saturday, April 7 to raise money for the poor and to increase your awareness of poverty in the world. You will need a sleeping bag and pillow and be ready for a great time learning about how you can make a difference in someone else's year. The cost is $15 and the deadline to sign up is March 21. For more information please contact Catholic Heart Work Camp .
 
Catholic Heart Work Camp  
Imagine going on a week-long adventure with your friends, singing with amazing bands and having fun, while earning service hours by helping those in need and growing in your Catholic faith. Obtain more information at HeartWorkCamp.com or by contact  Mr. Mayer: pmayer@santafecatholic.org to learn more about the service trip that Santa Fe is planning for June 10-16, 2018.
Prom Guidelines
Juniors and Seniors
Prom is right around the corner!  Tickets will be sold during lunch the week before Prom. (cash or check made payable to SFC)
Going dress shopping?  Make sure that your dress is appropriate, according to school standards and the handbook.
Dances:  In order to attend a Santa Fe Catholic High School dance you must be a student at Santa Fe. Guests of Santa Fe students must be in the 9th grade or above and may not be over 19 years of age. Guests are expected to adhere to the dress code and observe policies of Santa Fe. Students who wish to bring a guest must fill out an information sheet and be approved by the administration prior to purchasing a ticket. We reserve the right to deny admission to students who are not dressed appropriately or are unable to conduct themselves appropriately. Freshmen and sophomores are only allowed to attend Prom if they are the date of a senior or junior. Students should dance appropriately, which includes maintaining an appropriate distance, facing their partner, and keeping both feet on the floor. Any student who refuses to dance appropriately may be asked to leave. (page 13 of the handbook)
Homecoming/Prom : Students should not wear dresses with exposed midriffs or plunging necklines. The administration reserves the right to prevent any student that is not dressed appropriately from entering the dance. (page 26 of the handbook)
Baseball Summer Camp
Dates: June 4th-6th
Ages: 6-14 year olds
Cost: $100.00 (Make checks payable to Santa Fe Catholic High School)
Place: Santa Fe Catholic High School Baseball Field
Times: 9:00am-2:00pm each day
Click here to download registration form.
Spring Break Trip to Europe 2019
SFC will be traveling to Spain for 10 days in March, 2019! The itinerary includes Madrid, Toledo, Granada, Aranjuez, Seville, Cordoba, and Barcelona. The cost is $3,499, until March 29, 2018. A $50 deposit will lock in the lowest price for this tour. For complete details on this trip, go to: www.explorica.com/Skalski-1389. The voucher code is "2019earlybird".
Athletics News
Mandatory Forms Needed to Participate in Sports
All students participating in sports for the 2017-18 school year MUST have a sports physical dated after June 1, 2017. Print the following highlighted links ( EL2 and  EL3) and make sure you take the EL2 with you and have it signed by the doctor. Both completed  forms  must be turned in to the front office prior to participating in practice.
Sports Schedules
Click  here for all sports schedules.
Head Coaches for Fall Sports
Football Zach Shelby goallineproperties@outlook.com
Volleyball Bruce Guth bguth@santafecatholic.org
Golf Cory Kuppers corycc@hotmail.com
Swimming Stephanie Hoskins shoskins@curiousjane.com
Cross Country
Rod Crowley
Head Coaches for Winter Sports
Boys Basketball Mike Blicher michael.blicher@polk-fl.net
Girls Basketball Kim Jones coachkim6@aol.com
Boys Soccer Dan McGowan dmcgowan@santafecatholic.org
Girls Soccer Allen Langford jalang082@aol.com
Head Coaches for Spring Sports
Tennis Chris Collany
Baseball David Saliba
Softball Billy Dickerson wdickerson@santafecatholic.org
Track & Field Bruce Guth
Coaches for Year-Round Sports
Cheerleading
Brittany Hammerberg hammerbergbrit@gmail.com
Dance Team Monica Hancock my4hancock@gmail.com

Athletic Passes
Click  here  to purchase a 2017-2018 Athletic Pass.
Support SFC!
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SFC Booster Association News
Membership
The Santa Fe Catholic Booster Association is a group of parents, grandparents, friends and other supporters of SFC Athletics who work to provide support and funding for the athletics program. Over the years the Boosters have provided support in ways, like the new stadium grandstands, the baseball batting cages, new scoreboards for baseball and softball, the Gil D. Kromer Memorial Pavilion, and many other camps and supplies. To do all of this it starts with YOU! Membership form  here.
Athletic Advertising Signage
D o you have a business that would be interested in supporting our Crimson Hawk athletes? Would your family like to send a special message to their favorite athlete? The Booster Association is still offering advertising signs on the football field and basketball court. The signs are displayed throughout the whole school year, so soccer, volleyball, football, AND basketball fans will all see your support of the Boosters! Please contact Colleen Esterline at  editorline@yahoo.com  for pricing and options. Order form here .
Booster Association Polos and Hoodie
Polos may be worn on non-Mass days. Order form  here .  The new hoodie (gray with crimson & white lettering) is now available in the front office. The cost is $45.

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