April 7, 2021
This is the last call for virtual gala tickets. The catering order is due this Friday, so finalize your plans now to receive the link to customize your menu selections. We are entering the final days of preparation, and look forward to welcoming guests on April 17th. Please join us!
UPCOMING EVENTS
Saturday, April 17
  • SCM Virtual Gala: A Celebration of Community, 6:30 PM (Livestreamed)
COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Save the Date for the PSO Virtual Spring Fling
Save the Date: St. Catherine of Siena Feast Day Mass
PARENT SERVICE ORGANIZATION (PSO)
A Message from Friends of the Atrium: Getting to Know the Doctors of the Church - St. Catherine of Siena
A Doctor of the Church, also referred to as Doctor of the Universal Church (Latin: Doctor Ecclesiae Universalis), is a title given by the Catholic Church to saints recognized as having made a significant contribution to theology or doctrine through their research, study, or writing. The Catholic Church has named 36 Doctors of the Church.

Click here to learn more about St. Catherine of Siena, our school's patron saint, and here to learn about other Doctors of the Church.
Square 1 Art Deadline is Tomorrow, April 8
Message from the Square 1 Art Chair, Hadley Cogan
Thursday, April 8 is the deadline to upload your art to the Square 1 Art website. You can upload your children's art or art from a SCM High School student.

Click here to view all of the High School photography that is available. If you would like to use an image, download it to your computer and then upload it to the Square 1 Art site.

Please create and upload art by: 4/8/2021
Order deadline is: 4/13/2021
HIGH SCHOOL CORNER
AP Computer Science and Web Design
Last year, students were given the opportunity to take AP Computer Science, exploring both text-based and block-based coding languages and examining the impact technological advancements have had on society. This year, Web Design was the technologically-focused class on offer.

At the beginning of the year, everyone in the High School built online portfolios using Google Sites. After building our individual portfolios, those who were interested in diving deeper into web design were given the opportunity to do so. In Web Design, students have learned about HTML and CSS coding as well as learning how to build, structure, and format a website properly. Our final project involved building a website for a randomly generated client such as a lawyer, oceanographer, plumber, circus ringmaster, animal breeder, and soccer coach. For example, Sarah Lopez was tasked with creating a website for a soccer coach who wanted an educational blog that caters to senior citizens.

Technological literacy and skills are more important than ever, and in the St. Catherine’s High School students are given ample opportunity to familiarize ourselves with the inner workings of technology, computers, and coding languages that are an integral part of the modern world. We were also able to put our marketing and sales hats on to learn more about what is the purpose of designing the website and what motivates the target audience to engage with the client.

Thank you for reading!
Jacob Blackman, Isabella Godfrey, Julia Lewis, and Sarah Lopez
If you would like to submit something for the Globe, please send it for approval to globe@stcathmont.org by Monday at noon.

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