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OCTOBER 30
First Reconciliation and Holy Communion Enrollment Mass, Sts. Peter and Paul 10:00am, Holy Angels 10:30am and St. Mary's 11:30am

OCTOBER 31
St. Mary's Boy Scout Troop #7 meeting in Panther Performance Center at 7:00pm
 
NOVEMBER 3
Grades K-12 Parent/Teacher Conferences, Early Release at 1:16pm, bus transportation and Extended Day available for registered families

NOVEMBER 3
Financial Aid Night with Tiffin University, Junior High and High School, 7:00pm PPC
 
NOVEMBER 4
No School

NOVEMBER 6
Preseason Wrestling Camp, grades K-12, St. Mary Wrestling Room, Beginners 1-2:30pm and Experienced 3-5:00pm
 
NOVEMBER 6
8th grade Confirmation Discussion Point Session, Holy Angels 6:30-8:00pm

NOVEMBER 7
St. Mary's Boy Scout Troop #7 meeting in Panther Performance Center at 7:00pm
 
NOVEMBER 8
2 hour delay
 
NOVEMBER 10
Grades K-6 Panther Wrestling meeting, 6:00pm in the cafeteria

NOVEMBER 11
Dollar Jolly Donut Day, Main Hall 7:15am

NOVEMBER 11
SCCS LuLaRoe Panther Pop Up, Fall fashion fundraising event, 3-7:00pm at My Peek a Boo Baby (next to Danny Boys on Milan Rd)

NOVEMBER 11
Middle School Dance, 8-10:00pm for grades 6-8 in the Multi-Purpose Room
 
NOVEMBER 12
Gil Kromer Memorial 5K Run/Mile Fun Run
 
NOVEMBER 14
St. Mary's Boy Scout Troop #7 meeting in Panther Performance Center at 7:00pm

NOVEMBER 15-18
Senior Kairos Retreat
 
NOVEMBER 17
Donuts for Dads, 3 year olds, CUBS, and grades K-5
 
NOVEMBER 18
Donuts for Dads, Mrs. Mohr's 4 year old class

NOVEMBER 18
Jeans Day for Yearbook. Grades K-5 are free, 6-12 $1 with Cleveland Team Shirt, $2 with Spirit Shirt
 
NOVEMBER 20
SMCC Fall Sports Banquet

NOVEMBER 21
St. Mary's Boy Scout Troop #7 meeting, 7:00pm PPC

NOVEMBER 22
SCCS 8
th Grade Chipotle Fundraiser
 
NOVEMBER 23-25
No school, Thanksgiving Break

NOVEMBER 27-30
Model UN

NOVEMBER 28
St. Mary's Boy Scout Troop #7 meeting, 7:00pm PPC







 

 

SENATOR RANDY GARDNER VISITS SMCC
Senator Randy Gardner visited Mr. Kohler's Honors Government class today. The class enjoyed a question and answer session with the Senator and lunch.

SANDUSKY CENTRAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL NEWS
  
SUPPORT ANNA BURCH               
Anna Burch, the daughter of Robert and Valerie, is currently battling leukemia. There will be t-shirts and #Annastrong bracelets available for purchase to help support the family during this difficult time. T-shirts are $10 and information is available by clicking here. Bracelets are 1 for $2 or 3 for $5, and are available at the main entrance and during high school lunch. Thank you for your support.
 
Click here for NOVEMBER LUNCH MENU

ADVERTISE ON "THE DEN" VIDEO SCOREBOARD
Partner with the Panthers and advertise this winter during the boys' basketball games on the area's only indoor video scoreboard! There are at least 10 home games on the court, during which your ad will be featured during pregame and halftime. Still ads run $275 for the season, and a 30 second video commercial is $325. The season begins on Friday, December 2! Please contact Cindy McClung at 419-627-9422 or by email for more information.

VICTORY SUITE AVAILABLE
The Victory Suite is located in the balcony of "The Den" in the Kinzel Center. It seats up to 12 people , and you can bring your own food, or we have catering packages available. The rental cost is $75 per event and there are still games available! Please contact Cindy McClung at 419-627-9422 or by email for more information.

EARLY RELEASE DAY-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Due to Parent/Teacher Conferences, Thursday, November 3 will be an early release day. Preschool will release at 1:00pm, and grades K-12 will be dismissed at 1:16pm. Bus transportation and Extended Day will be available for registered students.

PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES
Middle and high school teachers will be available to meet with parents for conferences on Thursday, November 3, from 1:45-4:45pm and 5:15-7:15pm in "The Den." The conferences will be held in an open table format to provide parents flexibility for meeting with teachers.
 
Grades K-5 Parent/Teacher Conferences are held by appointment in classrooms. Letters were sent home to parents this week. Please enter at the Main Entrance, under the blue awning, in the Decatur Street parking lot.

 


 
 
K-12 WRESTLING PRESEASON CAMP AND SIGN UP

On Sunday, November 6, there will be a Preseason Wrestling Camp held in the St. Mary Wrestling Room. There are two sessions: Beginners from 1-2:30pm and Experienced from 3-5:00pm.  The camp is open to students in grades K-12, and is perfect for anyone wishing to check out the sport. Camp Clinician is Adam Koballa, Head Coach of Arsenal Wrestling Club. Please click here to register online or contact coach@smccwrestling.com  with any questions. 
 
GRADES K-6 WRESTLING REGISTRATION
There will be a meeting on Thursday, November 10, at 6:00pm in the cafeteria for students in grades K-6 and their parents to register for Youth Wrestling. This year's practices will have two groups, beginner and advanced. You can sign up in advance online by clicking here. Please contact coach@smccwrestling.com with any questions. 

ANNUAL SMCC SWIM TEAM PIE SALE
The SMCC Swim Team is selling Troyers Amish made pies for Thanksgiving. The deadline to order is Friday, November 11, with pick up in the cafeteria on Tuesday, November 22, from 2:30pm-3:30pm.
Please click here for the order form.
 
NEW SCHOOL UNIFORM OPTION
There is a new cold weather uniform option available for grades K-12. Students may now wear a fleece vest or quarter zip pullover during the school day, embroidered with the school logo. Both options may only be with this order form.  Sample youth sizes are available to try on at Mrs. Parish's office, and sample adult sizes are located in the Main Hall.
 
GIL KROMER MEMORIAL 5K
Saturday, November 12, the Teen Leadership Corps Class is hosting the 2nd annual Gil Kromer Memorial 5K Run/Walk at Osborn Park. Registration begins at 7:30am, with the 5K race at 9:00am and the Mile Fun Run at 10:00am. This race is in memory of Gil Kromer, a former SCCS student, who passed away unexpectedly in October of 2014. All proceeds benefit the Gilbert David Kromer Scholarship Fund, established at SCCS. Registration forms are available by clicking here. Please return forms by October 28 to guarantee a tshirt.
 
PRESCHOOL & ELEMENTARY NEWS
 
BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL GRADES 4-6
If your child is interested in playing basketball, and they are in grades 4-6, please click here for a commitment form to be filled out and returned to your child's teacher by Wednesday, November 2.

SECOND GRADE ENROLLMENT MASS THIS SUNDAY
There will be an Enrollment Mass for children in 2nd grade making their First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion this Sunday, October 30. Mass times are as follows: Sts. Peter and Paul at 10:00am, Holy Angels at 10:30am, and St. Mary's at 11:30am.

PARENT MEETING FOR 2ND GRADE SACRAMENTS
Parents choose ONE retreat meeting to attend, all are at Sts.Peter and Paul Gathering Space: Monday, November 14 at 6:45pm, Tuesday, November 15 at 11:00am or 6:30pm. Any questions, please contact
dgeason@sanduskycatholic.org .

 

MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL NEWS

JUNIOR HIGH BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL
The 2016-2017 junior high basketball season starts with conditioning this Monday, October 31. Girls 7th and 8th grade practice is from 3:00-5:00pm, and boys 7th and 8th grade is from 5:30-7:30pm. Practice is held in the Multi-Purpose Room, and athletes are asked to wear their reversible jerseys and blue shorts.

COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID NIGHT
Tiffin University will be here on Thursday, November 3, at 7:00pm in the PPC. They will be discussing the FAFSA process and have tips to maximize your scholarship money.

LIFETEEN NEWS
Come and adore our Lord with prayer and praise! Worthy of Praise is open to all of the community at Holy Angels Parish from 7:00pm-8:00pm on the following Wednesdays: November 9, January 11, and March 8. Mark your calendars, we hope to see you there!

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Voice of Democracy Scholarship, deadline November 1, 2016
The VFW is dedicated to promoting patriotism and investing in our future generation. If you are a democracy-loving high school student interested in a $30,000 college scholarship, or a patriotic middle school student interested in winning $5,000, these scholarships may be for you.

Established in 1947, our Voice of Democracy audio-essay program provides high school students with the unique opportunity to express themselves in regards to a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay. The 2016-17 theme is: My Responsibility to America. Please click here for the rules and eligibility requirements.

Patriot's Pen Scholarship, deadline November 1, 2016
Each year more than 132,000 students in grades 6-8 enter the VFW's Patriot's Pen youth essay contest. The national first-place winner wins $5,000 and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. The first-place winner from each state competes for national awards totaling $54,500, with each first-place state winner receiving a minimum of $500 at the national level. 

The essay contest encourages young minds to examine America's history, along with their own experiences in modern American society, by drafting a 300-400 word essay, expressing their views based on a patriotic theme chosen by the VFW Commander-in-Chief. Click here for rules and eligibility requirements and complete the application within the 2016 brochure to enter.

Knights of Columbus Ohio Scholarship, deadline November 15, 2016
The Knights of Columbus Ohio Charity Foundation scholarship is now accepting applications for their 2016-2017 Catholic school tuition scholarship. Any high school student is eligible to apply as long as they meet the following criteria: must be a practicing Catholic, attend an Ohio Catholic High School, and include latest grade transcript. Please click here for the application. (add link)

SUPPORT SCCS
The generosity of alumni, parishioners and friends extends the SCCS student experience far beyond traditional classroom walls. Please continue to keep our students and faculty in your prayers. Also, consider supporting the greatest needs on campus with a gift to the Annual Fund. To make a gift, contact SCCS Advancement & Development Office at 419.627.9422. If you prefer to give online, you can do so by clicking here.