Events the Week of June 2-8
Monday, June 3
Regular Schedule

Tuesday, June 4
Regular Schedule

Wednesday, June 5
Regular Schedule

Thursday, June 6
PM Activity Schedule-Locker Cleanout

Friday, June 7
Final School Mass-AM Schedule
Final Day of Classes 
Class of 2019: Faculty Thank You
Class of 2019: Faculty Thank You
 The faculty of CCHS wanted to share a few parting words with members of the senior class. These four students and faculty members are representative of the special bond our entire student body feels with our amazing and caring faculty. 
If your family information was NOT included in the 2018-19 directory and you wish to have it added for the 2019-20 school year, please CLICK HERE to complete the form.
If your family information WAS included in the 2018-19 directory and you DO NOT want it included in 2019-20, please CLICK HERE to complete the form and check the OPT OUT box at the bottom of the form. 
If you approve of how you were listed in the 2018-19 directory, you do not need to complete the form again.
Thank you!

Students should begin preparation for final examinations this week. These assessments count for twenty percent of the semester grade, and should be approached seriously.  

The final examination schedule is as follows:
June 10: Religion and Science
June 11: English and Social Studies
June 12: Math and Language
Each day we will follow a similar schedule. Students should arrive by 8:11 as usual and report to the first exam room. The first exam will start at 8:25. The second exam will start at 10:05. Dismissal will be at 11:30. Students who have already qualified for extended time accommodations will receive separate instructions. 
Students should make every effort to be in school each day for Midterms. Only an absolute, documented, emergency should keep a student from taking the final exam on the scheduled day. These are outlined in the Student Handbook, and exclude travel plans. Parents should call the attendance office by 8:00 AM any day an emergency prevents a student from taking the exam.  Make-up exams will be given on June 14, 2019. 
Just Announced:  The Lyn E. '58 & James C. Kelly '57 Scholarship
Deadline June 12, 2019
James  Kelly  '57 has announced the Lyn E. and James C.  Kelly   Scholarship  for students at Camden Catholic High School. In memory of his wife Lyn, Class of '58, Jim is setting up a  scholarship  fund to award $5,000 to incoming students who are hard-working, show academic promise, and an extreme desire to strengthen their faith through Catholic education. Click here for application details and parameters.
Harry Keller President
Shane Gallagher Vice President
Olivia Musick Social & Service
Mollie Crumpton Publicity/Secretary

Lauren Owens governor Franki LaPata governor Emma Shannon governor
Hailey Quicksill lieutenant governor Elena Leahy lieutenant governor Robert Gardner lieutenant governor
Regina Cava secretary Laura McCann secretary Catie Janco secretary
Kaylee Johnson social senator Krystal Nguyen social senator Annie Magrino social senator
Kathy Nguyen publicity senator Sophia Conte publicity senator Vicki Wang publicity senator
Nicole Jimenez service senator Joe Giegerich service senator Rocco Giegerich service senator
Natalie Berry cabinet Liam O'Connor cabinet Danny O'Malley cabinet
Emily Lenkowski cabinet Taylor Gardner cabinet David Lu cabinet
Tatiana Vincente cabinet Kyle Hardy cabinet Emily Gallagher
Katherine Nguyen cabinet Justin Seo cabinet
Lizzie Wolpert cabinet Fallon Walsh cabinet
Haley Mylotte Katherine Saranchak cabinet
Mattigan DiBease cabinet
Chris Conte cabinet
Faith Hardy cabinet
Tam Mai cabinet
Quan Ha cabinet
Jaden Harrell cabinet
Sean Martin cabinet
Alexandria Squillacioti
Harold Veliz

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 Diocese of Camden is seeking summer help at select cemeteries. The applicants must be able to do landscaping work, including mowing and weedwacking.  Applicants must be 18 years old.  Compensation is $12.00 per hour.  The work is approximately 28 hours, flexibility based on weather conditions is required. Click here for contact information.
  • Mister Softee located at 3605 Haddonfield Rd in Pennsauken will be hiring shortly
    current hours are 1pm-9pm everyday.
SJ Mens Baseball League will be collecting used baseball, softball and playground equipment and donating it to the North Camden Little League in cooperation with Urban Promise. The North Camden Little League has an organization of 800 plus children up to the age of 18. This is a great opportunity to help an organization that does such good and continues to flourish and keep our great game alive! Collection day for this program will be Saturday June 29th  at CCHS (parking lot behind the school near the baseball field) 8am-2pm This equipment will help keep our youth off the streets and on the fields and playgrounds where they are safe and can enjoy a great summer! Please take part in this great cause tell your team, your friends, families and neighbors. Clean out your basements, garages, sheds and attics and let's continue to  make this a huge success. For more information please contact Lou Marshall at 856-266-7916. If you are unable to attend that day please contact Lou and he will arrange for a pick-up. 

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Congratulations Irish Track!

Congratulations to all the medalists and athletes moving on to Meet of Champions:
Successful weekend for Irish Track and Field,  Special congratulations to Eliana Santana in the Discus & Matt Coffey in the 1600M and 3200M whose performances have qualified them to move on to the Meet of Champions on June 8th.
Matt Coffey - 1600M (4:16.55 new school record)
Eliana Santana - Girls Discus (112'-10" new school record)

Eliana Santana - Girls Shot Put

Matt Coffey - 3200M (qualified as wildcard for MOC)
Girls 4x100M Relay
(Kate Miller, Sierra DiCupe', Emma Shannon, Danielle Rooney)