Monday Minute
Happy Monday,

It was great to see everyone at Morning Assembly today! I hope everyone had a safe, relaxing, and renewing Spring Break!

Speaking of Morning Assembly, I challenged everyone to finish off the rest of the year strong by being protectors and putting forth their best effort. The 3rd - 8th graders will get a chance to do this in a meaningful way with the upcoming ILEARN tests. Look for more information next week about ILEARN with a timeline of when we will be taking it.

I added a picture of the Saints Isidore and Maria Garden because we will be hosting the first preschool field trip at the garden this week. The 7th grade has been busy planning activities to engage Northminster students during their visit this Wednesday. We are proud of our students and Mrs. Quinton for planning this inaugural event and plan on inviting other preschools to visit us soon.

I am looking forward to celebrating Holy Week with you starting with Palm Sunday this Sunday. A schedule of Holy Week events can be found below.

Norwaldo Construction Project
The trees along the parking lot have been removed and construction could begin soon to improve the drainage on Norwaldo. I have been in contact with city officials and will provide you with timely information. I have already had discussions with Bishop Chatard, and we are working on several alternate pick up and drop off plans to implement, depending on what our access to Norwaldo will be. I will share these plans when they are finalized.

There is a restraining order in place against the suspect that led to our eLearning days before break that applies to the Bishop Chatard and Christ the King campuses. He has been charged with felony intimidation. I am in constant communication with Joe Hansen from Bishop Chatard and will share all updates that are pertinent. Both campuses will be under daily IMPD supervision for the rest of the year. The door codes will remain disabled until a safety audit is completed. I will keep you updated regarding the timing and results of the audit. Please let me know if you have any questions and thanks again for the patience and understanding that everyone displayed during the eLearning days before break.

Have a great week.


Ed Seib
Calendar, Recess, First Aid
Click here to sign up for recess duty.

Click here to volunteer in the First Aid room during Recess. Must have Safe and Sacred training.

Tuesday 4/9
MS Band 2:50-3:30
PTO Meeting / SCR 6:30-8:00
GS Service Meeting/Cafeteria 6:30-8:00
Sports Comm. Mtg. 7:30-9:30 K of C
Hampton, Runnels-Graf
Jeanine Bobenmoyer

Wednesday 4/10
Hot Lunch/Jugs
School Comm. Mtg. 6:00-7:00 SCR
McKendry, Treadway

Thursday 4/11
Handwriting RC 2:50-4:00
ARK/STEM Lab 2:50-4:00
Tedford, Strachota

Friday 4/12
Hot Lunch/Noodles
Fish Fry 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Bankert, Loiselle
Jeanine Bobenmoyer

Save the Date
Friday, April 19th - Good Friday
8th Grade Living Stations @ 8:30 am & 6:00 pm in Tuohy Hall - 1:00
Dismissal - NO AFTER CARE

Monday, April 22nd - Easter Monday - NO SCHOOL
Holy Week Schedule New
H oly Thursday Mass
Thursday, April 18, 2019, 7:00 pm in the Church
Good Friday Service 
Friday, April 19, 2019, 2:00 pm in the Church
Living Stations of the Cross 
Friday, April 19 at 8:30 am and 6:00 pm in Tuohy Hall
Blessing of the Easter Food 
Saturday, April 20 at 11:00 am in the Church
Easter Vigil
Saturday, April 20 at 8:00 pm in the Church, with incense
Easter Sunday
Sunday, April 21 at 8:00 am, 10:00 am, and 11:30 am
All Masses will have music. Incense at 10:00 am only 
CKS Fish Fry   This Friday
Christ the King Fish Fry!  
Save the dates and volunteer to help!
Gather during this Lenten season with family and friends to benefit our church,   school, and youth groups.
When: March 8th & April 12th - 6:00 to 8:00 PM (All welcome)
**New this year is 55 & Older Early Bird Service at 5:30pm.
Where: Touhy Hall
What: Fish
Mac & Cheese
Green Beans
Dinner Rolls
Tea, Lemonade
Pizza - for the kids
How Much:
Adults - $9 (13 & Older)
Children - $5
Dependent Family Food Max - $30

Beer & Wine
$4 & $5
There will also be a bake sale for after dinner treats!

We couldn’t pull off these Fish Fry’s without the help of many in our parish if you would like to volunteer please go to this signup 

If you have any questions please email Shannon Yeskie,

Tiger Trot 2019 Updated
The annual Tiger Trot walk-a-thon was once again a success this year ! Funds raised will be announced on Friday, April 12th.  Our students enjoyed a fantastic day of fun and excitement and, in the process, raised funds to support the the following: (1) Chromebooks for ILEARN and general STEM use (2) The “Dream Big” Teacher Scholarship where teachers submit ideas for a big classroom learning projects (3) PTO initiatives throughout the entire year including class trips, teacher appreciation, and classroom grants.

Thanks to all students, parents, and staff for supporting this event. A special thanks to our Mystery Tiger,  Father Todd,  our Master of Ceremonies,  Shiloh O’Rourke , and all of our volunteers who took time out of their busy schedules to help make this event successful. A list of all volunteers will be published with the final results on Friday. We also want to thank Indianapolis Fruits for in-kind donations of bananas (4 years in a row), Mark Miller of Markey's Rental & Staging for discounted audio equipment and set-up (many years in a row), Officer Jeremy Messer for security (more than 8 years in a row), and Tom Mahaney from Bishop Chatard for street barricades (4+ years in a row). Stay tuned for a final update this Friday.

You can still turn in your envelopes if you forgot and online donations can still be made at either  Orgs  online or at GiveSmart, ,
Handwriting Club Starts this Week
Our next handwriting session (and the last one of this school year!) will begin after Spring Break on Thursday, April 11th, and go until May 16th.
Here is the link: