SAVE THE DATE
Homecoming Parade and Football Game
MIle for Mary
9:30am - 10:45am, K-3 Zierolf Field
Homecoming Dance, Grades 9-12,
8:00pm - 11:00pm
6th grade Camp Storer
Eighth grade parent meeting for Washington DC trip, 7:00pm in the PPC
Ipad/High School Parent tech meeting
Jeans Day for Kick It. Grades K-5 are free, 6-12 are $1 with Kick It shirt, $2 with spirit shirt.
9:30am - 10:45am, K-3 Zierolf Field
Muffins for Moms, 3 year olds, CUBS and grades K-5
Muffins for Moms, Mrs. Mohr's 4 year old class
CCAB Reverse Raffle
Junior high and high school swim team meeting, 7:00pm in the cafeteria.
No school, staff in-service
SMCC Pink-Out football game for breast cancer awareness and prevention 7:00pm, Strobel Field
Mini Cheer Clinic, Preschool - Grade 5
2 Hour delay
St. Mary's Boy Scout Troop #7 meeting in Panther Performance Center at 7:00pm
ATHLETIC LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Athletic Director and Coach Ryan Wikel, along with SMCC High School students, Ashley Huntley, Alexa Pudloski, Michael Capizzi, and Nic Stouffer, attended the 1st annual Northwest Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NWOIAAA) Leadership Conference on the campus of Bowling Green State University. The students took part in leadership activities, listened to social media presentations, and had a question and answer session with Bowling Green student-athletes. Coach Wikel said, "I believe it's important for our student-athletes to be proactive in their approach to leadership. We need to learn as much as we can from people that are doing great things. It was a good opportunity for them to hear from college athletes and professors.
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SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED
Have you ever considered becoming a substitute teacher? Did you know you only need a Bachelor's Degree in order to obtain your license? If you are interested in becoming a substitute teacher at SCCS, please email Lois Walsh at
for more information.
HOMECOMING DANCE AND LAZER TAG TICKETS
Saturday, September 17, SMCC will host the "New Year's Eve" Homecoming Dance in The Den from 8:00 - 11:00pm. Tickets are $10 per person in advance, $15 at the door. Tickets may be purchased during lunch. Lazer Tag is optional, $1 per play.
Please contact Chad Kresser by email or at 419-627-9422 if you are interested in a participating in the Homecoming Parade, Friday September 16. Parade line up begins at 5:00pm, heading out at 5:30pm for Strobel Field.
SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR
Catechetical Sunday is specially designed to recognize our teachers in their role as "teacher-ministers" regardless of what subject they teach. Please join one of our Sandusky Catholic Parishes for Mass on Saturday, September 17 or Sunday, September 18 to witness our teachers rededicate themselves to this mission of our church through their profession.
There will be Cornhole Tournament on Saturday, October 8 at 3:00pm in the parking lot of Cedar Point Stadium. Click here for the registration form. Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers. Stay and cheer on the Panthers as they host the Lakota Raiders. Proceeds benefit the SMCC Football Team.
2016 PINK-OUT FOOTBALL GAME
PANTHER SPORTS YARD SIGNS
Call CCAB President Kevin Youskievicz for more information at 419.366.4480
MILE FOR MARY
Join the Sandusky Catholic Community for the 4th Annual Mile for Mary on
Saturday, September 17, at
11:00am . This is an awesome event to show our support for our Church and community. The Mile for Mary starts at
11am at Sts. Peter and Paul Church, weather permitting.
CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS
PARTNER WITH THE PANTHERS
Own a business, know someone who does? Ask them to join the Panthers through advertising opportunities on the video scoreboards and indoor and outdoor signage. Any business can get involved with the Panthers for as little as a $150 investment. Revenue generated through these advertisements supports SCCS with tuition assistance, capital improvements, teacher compensation, and student services. Contact Ms. Cindy McClung at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-626-1892 x 314 for additional information or
click here for advertising options.
"THE LOFT" IN THE KINZEL CENTER
In the balcony of "The Den", located within the Kinzel Center, is "The Loft", a loge-style venue available to rent for $75 per event. The Panther "Loft" is a one-of-a-kind area for viewing high school events. It's a premium place to watch a sporting event, musical performance or concert. The Advancement and Development office is now taking reservations for "The Loft" rentals for the 2016-2017 school year.
Please contact Ms. Cindy McClung by email
or call 419-626-1892 x 314 for additional information, availability, and rental contract.
Just a reminder,
visitors are welcome to park along the side of the building by the blue awning/main entrance in the Decatur Street parking lot. Also, during school hours, all students, parents, and visitors are to only use the main entrance doors. Thank you for your cooperation.
CLASSROOM VOLUNTEERS AND CHAPERONES
Anyone interested in becoming a classroom helper, field trip chaperone, coach or any other volunteer opportunity working directly with students, please contact Mrs. Jillian Gill at
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MUFFINS FOR MOM
Please join Mrs. West's and Mrs.Rospert's Cub classes, Mrs. Mohr's Tuesday-Thursday 3 year old class, and grades K-5 for Muffins for Moms on Thursday, September 29. Stop by anytime between 7:00am - 7:30am in "The Den." Mrs. Mohr's Monday-Wednesday-Friday 4 year old class event will be held on Friday, September 30 in the classroom at 7:45am. If mom is unable to attend, another adult is welcome. Hope to see you there!
PANTHER MINI CHEER CLINIC
Saturday, October 8, the Panther Cheerleaders will be hosting a football season mini cheer clinic for students in preschool through 5th grade. The High School and Junior High cheerleaders will work with the students to learn healthy nutrition, proper stretching techniques, motions, jumps, sideline chants, group cheer, tumbling, and dances. Participants will receive a team t-shirt and are invited to join our Panther cheerleaders during the first quarter of the Varsity football game. The football game is also "pink out" night, so we would love to see everyone decked out in their pink gear in support of breast cancer awareness and prevention!
Please click here for registration form.
|MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL SWIM MEETING
On Monday, October 3, at 7:00pm there will be a meeting for junior high and high school students interested in joining the swim team. Both parent and student are requested to attend.
EIGHTH GRADE PARENT MEETING
There will be an informational meeting for all eighth grade parents regarding the trip to Washington DC on Wednesday, September 21 at 7:00pm in the PPC.
VISIT THE MICHIGAN RENAISSANCE FAIR
On October 1, Mrs. Goff will be taking a group up to Holly, Michigan to experience the Michigan Renaissance Fair. This 3 hour trip allows you to travel back in time to the 1600s and meet Queen Elizabeth I. The cost of the trip is $20 for students, $27 for adults, payable in advance. Money would be needed for lunch and any souvenirs. The bus will leave at 7:00am and return around 10:00pm. There are still a few seats available. Please contact Mrs. Goff at
if you are interested.
SENIOR CLASS TIE FUNDRAISER
Winter dress code is just around the corner, and the Senior Class is having a Tie Fundraiser! There are two ways to help. To donate to the sale, you can bring in gently worn ties to the main office, or to Mr. Lenzyck, by September 21. Beginning the week of September 26, ties will be sold for $2 or 3 for $5. Any remaining ties will be donated to Goodwill.
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.