Events the Week of April 14-20
Monday, April 15
Regular Schedule

Tuesday, April 16
AM Schedule
All School Mass 

Wednesday, April 17
Regular Schedule

Thursday, April 18
Holy Thursday 
School Closed

Friday, April 19
Good Friday
School Closed 

Saturday, April 20
Holy Saturday

Sunday, April 21
Easter Sunday


Upcoming Service Opportunities 
Go4theGoal 13th annual Richards Run
is on Sunday, April 28th at Cooper River Park in Pennsauken.  Sign up in Rm 109.

The Knights of Columbus Council is looking for volunteers to help with their Intellectual Disability Drive April 25th to April 28th. The collection is at the Westmont and Audubon ACME. Help is needed in two hour shifts from 9:00am to 9:00pm. Please call or email JJ Buttil of the Knights of Columbus at or 856-547-7096. This is a great opportunity if you need more hours prior to the 2nd semester turn in date.
The St. Vincent De Paul society of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in Somerdale NJ holds a food drive one Saturday a month. If you live in the area and are interested please contact Ms. Ann Clinton for the parish point of contact to help with this important work of mercy.

Second Semester Service Hours coming due soon.  
All students are reminded that verification of service for the second semester is coming due. Christian service is an annual school requirement. The number of hours were reduced from previous years so there is zero reason why a student is not able to fulfill their obligation.
Seniors- 20 hours of service is due by April 29th
Juniors- 16 hours of service is due by May 6th
Sophomores- 12 hours of service is due by May 6th
Freshmen- 8 hours of service is due by May 6th
To see how many hours a student has turned in please check Renweb. Select family information, student and then service hours.

We want to thank the Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal from Atlantic City for leading our All School Retreat on April 12th. We are so grateful for your faith sharing and helping our students deepen their own personal relationship with Christ.

Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl Collection
At the beginning of Lent we distributed Rice Bowl's from Catholic Relief Services to all students. A few weeks ago we had a guest speaker from Catholic Relief Services speak at Convocation Wednesday the work and mission of Catholic Relief Services and how the money collected from the Rice Bowls is put to good use. We are asking all Rice Bowls be returned to CCHS in Rm 114 no later than Monday, April 15th.   We will have the collection blessed the next day at our All School Liturgy and the counting and rolling of coin will begin. Any student who would like to help count and roll coin is requested to sign up on Ms. Clinton's door in Rm 114 by April 15th. We will hold two counting sessions:
Tuesday, April 16th from 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Wednesday, April 17th from 3:00pm to 5:00pm
This is a great opportunity to get service hours.

Prom Safety Presentation
A big thank you for Cherry Hill Police Department, Fire Department and EMS for presenting the consequences of poor decision making behind the wheel. We also want to thank Ella Giergerich, Meghan Higgins, Megan Hulsey and Tommy McBride for being role players in the mock crash and sharing their thoughts about going through the exercise.

Senior 4th Quarter Attendance Policy 
This is a reminder of the 4th Quarter Attendance Policy for seniors that was distributed with graduation information at the Senior Parent meeting on Feb 28th.
Senior Fourth Quarter Attendance Policy
Due to the limited number of days in the fourth quarter, any absence in the fourth quarter must be verified by a doctor's note, legal documents, or official college/service documentation. All unverified absences, including suspension days, must be made up prior to Commencement. In addition, seniors who arrive to school after 8:15 am during the fourth quarter are required to make up the time missed and will receive the proper number of demerits. (Student Handbook page 25)

Seniors will start to be notified of the time they need to make up from the start of the 4th quarter and three options on how to complete. It is imperative that seniors are in school since their marking quarter is already shorter for them.

St. Peter's Event
Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament to be held on Friday, May 3rd, at 7:00 pm, at St. Pete's parish gym.  Benefits Knights of Columbus council to help fund many charitable causes throughout the year.  The cost to enter this tournament will be $40.00 per person and includes pizza. Beverages will be BYO.  Please send $40.00 check payable to "Knights of Columbus Council #6735" to Bob Altenbach at 7409 Githens Avenue, Pennsauken, NJ 08109.  Feel free to pass this along to your own social circles as this event is open to anyone 21 years of age and older. If you have any questions, please call Bob Altenbach at 410-336-2209 or email at
Available for $15.00 and can be purchased in Mrs. Merenyi's room or at the Senior Promenade.
The Parents Association is creating baskets for the raffle for Bag Bingo Basket Blowout which will be held on May 3rd.  We are asking for donations: gift cards, items, monetary donations to help with the baskets.  The money raised from this event will pay for Chromebook carts that can be used in the classrooms.  Please send in any donations prior to Easter break to Mrs. Merenyi or drop off in the main office.  Thank you!

7:30AM - 1:00PM
The accounts for the nonpublic school community were level-funded by Governor Murphy in his Fiscal Year 2020 proposed Budget issued on March 5, 2019. His decision permits us to move forward on additional requests from the Legislature.
OUR POSITION: The New Jersey Catholic Conference and the New Jersey Network of Catholic School Families are asking for the following specific increases in the Fiscal Year 2020 Education Budget.
ACTION: Please contact the legislators from your district by using the Voter Voice system. By using the link below, you will get these messages to the legislators who serve on the Senate and Assembly Budget Committees. It will only take a few minutes of your time. 

Thank you in advance for taking this action on behalf of all Catholic school students.
You may use the New Jersey Catholic Conference Faith in Action - Voter Voice system
which can be accessed at:
The senior class is currently collecting photos for this year's slide show and they welcome your submissions.  We request that all submitted photos be from your four years at Camden Catholic and that all photos be school appropriate.  We also request that you limit your submission to a total of five photos.  Please send photos via email to  by Friday, April 19, 2019.
  • Mister Softee located at 3605 Haddonfield Rd in Pennsauken will be hiring shortly
    current hours are 1pm-9pm everyday.
  • Cherry Hill law firm is seeking a part-time assistant file clerk.   Duties would include maintaining file room, pulling and restocking files for attorney(s). The candidate would also be responsible for posting of mail using a computerized mail system. This is a part-time position. Hours and days are flexible. Training would be provided. If interested, please contact Jean Bard at
The Knights of Columbus St. Jude Council #6551 (St. Andrew the Apostle, Gibbsboro, NJ) is accepting submissions for the Mignogna Family Memorial Scholarship, a tuition scholarship of $1,000to a student who, as of this coming fall of 2019, will attend either (a) a Catholic high school, or (b) a Catholic college as a freshman.Candidates must submit an essay (up to 500 words) on any topic (e.g., the person you admire most, the person who has had a significant impact on your life, what steps you need to take to achieve your dream job, how you are attempting to become independent, how you would improve our Church or community, an event that has had a major impact on your life).  
Essays for these scholarships should be emailed to Steven Mignogna at and should include the student's name, grade level, school attending this fall, parish, home address and telephone number. All essays must be received on or before May 31, 2019. The winner will be notified in June.

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Monday, April 15
Softball Timber Creek: JV & Varsity 3:45
Golf vs. Eustace 3:45
Boys Lacrosse @ Timber Creek: JV 3:45, Varsity 5:15
Boys Freshman Lacrosse vs. Rancocas Valley 3:45
Girls Freshman Lacrosse @ Seneca: 3:45
Tuesday, April 16
Baseball vs. Paul VI: JV away 3:45, Varsity home 3:45
Softball vs. Shawnee: JV & Varsity 3:45
Girls & Boys Track Meet @ Washington Twp 3:45

Wednesday, April 17
Baseball @ Washington Twp: Varsity & JV 3:45
Golf vs. Washington Twp: 3:45
Boys Lacrosse vs. Gloucester Catholic: Varsity 3:45, JV 5:15
Girls Freshman Lacrosse @ Cherry Hill East 3:45

Thursday, April 18
Holy Thursday-No Games

Friday, April 19
Good Friday-No Games

Saturday, April 20
Girls & Boys Track @ Woodbury Relays 9AM
Girls Lacrosse vs. Cinnaminson: Varsity 9:30, JV 11

Camden County Tournament Champions!

The CCHS Distance Medley Relay ran 10:26 on Friday: 3:13, 55, 1:59, 4:18! 

The team remains undefeated with a 10-0 record and a big win against Eustace last week. Several players lead the state in stats: 
Katie Walsh '20: 1st in state in goals (41)
Devin Rybacki '21: 11th in state in goals (31) 
Brynn Eilbacher '19: 2nd in state in assists (27)
Erin Wheeler '19: 21st in state in assists (16)
Katie Walsh also scored her 100th career goal on April 6th!