A Message From the Principal
Our students have certainly been excited about the upcoming school vacation week. It is a time for renewal as we enter into the last remaining weeks of school. This school vacation week also falls on Holy Week this year. As we conclude the Lenten season and prepare for the celebration of the resurrection of our Lord, we recall the Paschal mystery with reverence and awe. May each of your families enjoy all of the blessings of the Easter season as well as a wonderful April vacation!


Kathleen St.Laurent
General Section
Sister Act! – April 12 & 13
This year’s musical is  Sister Act!  Performances of  Sister Act   the Musical   will be held Friday and Saturday, April 12 & 13 at 7 p.m., and Sunday April 14 at 3 p.m. Based on the hit 1992 movie, it tells the story of a 1970s disco singer who witnesses a murder, and is forced to hide out in a convent. During her stay, she and the sisters overcome their differences- she teaches them the joy of music and they teach her the value of community and faith. 

The show features over 20 talented singers, dancers and actors, who have been rehearsing since January. This promises to be an amazing production! Don’t miss it! Tickets will be available at the door and are $10 General Admission, $7 for Students and Senior Citizens
Mr. Coyle Competition
Friday night April 26 at 7:00 p.m., seven senior boys will compete in the 8 th annual Mr. Coyle Competition.  They are: Drew Arpin, Louis Brechter, Dylan Barbour, David Kelleher, Dominic Leo, Evan Studley, and Benjamin Tufts. This is a very popular, entertaining event and as a result often sells out! Tickets will be on sale when we return from April vacation. The cost is $7.00 for students and senior citizens and $10.00 for adults. You won’t want to miss this hysterical event. Mark your calendar for April 26!  
Celebrate the Beauty of Every Child
On Friday, May 17, Coyle and Cassidy high school and middle school students will travel by bus to Bishop Connolly High School to join with students from all diocesan schools to “Celebrate the Beauty of Every Child.” Bishop da Cunha and diocesan priests will concelebrate a liturgy and there will be a special concert. We look forward to this wonderful event. Permission slips for this event will be given to high school students on Tuesday, April 23 and middle school students in Friday Folders on Friday, April 26. Please complete the permission slip and have your child return the form on Monday, April 29.
Boy Scouts of America – Tuesday, April 23, 2019
During the Middle School and High School lunches on Tuesday, April 23, the Narragansett Council of Boys Scouts of America will have an information table in the cafeteria. Scouting offers many wonderful opportunities for young men and young women. Encourage your son or daughter to speak to the representative on April 23.
For Your Advance Planning:  
Wednesday, April 24 – 1:00 Early Release for Professional Development.
The S.E.A.L. Foundation’s 2nd Annual Golf Tournament
Any golfers that would like to join us for the 2nd Annual Golf Tournament on June 14th at Lebaron Hills Country Club. For more information, please contact Kerry Peroni at (508) 208-9571 or  kperoni@thesealfoundation.com  
The Falmouth Road Race
The Falmouth Road Race will be held this year on August 18   th   . Anyone interested in running as part of the S.E.A.L Team please contact Kerry Peroni at (508) 208-9571 or
kperoni@thesealfoundation.com   . We ask each runner to raise 1200 to be a part of our team. We have kept our fundraising goal low compared to all the other foundations. It’s such a great race and a wonderful way to raise money and help those who learn differently.
High School Section
High School Homeroom Breakfast Meetings
Grade level breakfasts, beginning at 7:30 a.m., for the month of March are listed below. Time will be used to plan class activities and encourage student involvement. Students may purchase breakfast items from the cafeteria or bring in their breakfast.  

  • April 22 – Freshmen
  • April 24 – Sophomores
  • April 30 – Juniors

SATs for Juniors and Junior Plan for Tuesday, April 23
Tuesday, April 23 is an early release day for all juniors. April 23 is a required school day. Juniors who are scheduled to take the in-school SAT test will be dismissed following the test. Juniors who did not sign-up for the SAT will participate in a program including: College Search Naviance, STEM PROJECT, and community service information session. Juniors who are not taking the in-school SAT will be dismissed at 11:00. Tuesday is a jeans day for all juniors. Regular jeans day rules apply (no leggings/jeggings/yoga pant, no shorts, no ripped or torn clothing).
Junior/Senior Prom
On Thursday, May 23, 2019 the Junior/Senior Prom will be held at the Cape Club in Sharon. The cost of the prom is $80.00 per person. There were two payments: Friday, March 8 ($40.00 per person), and Friday, April 5 ($40.00 per person.) Late payments are subject to a $10.00 late fee.   This is for each payment date listed above!  

Proper prom planning is time sensitive and work intensive. At this time all sign-up deadlines have passed. If your son/daughter would like to attend this wonderful event but missed the payment dates, have your son/daughter see the class moderator (Seniors – Mrs. Lawrence; Juniors – Ms. Mawn) as soon as possible. Late sign-ups will incur the late charges.  THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS AFTER FRIDAY - APRIL 26, 2019.   We are looking forward to a wonderful prom!
Middle School Section
A Note From Mr. O'Brien
Oh boy those Sox are killing us. The 6th grade had a great bullying session this week and I was able to attend the Chinese class field trip to the Harvard Museum of Natural History and the cultural experience of the Kan Man Market in Quincy. The high school play, Sister Act, is this weekend. I have had an insider’s look at the rehearsals and I highly recommend checking it out. The Living Stations of the Cross and the Honor Roll ceremony were both great MS events.

Have a great weekend! Mr. OB
Celebrate the Beauty of Every Child
Please see the newsletter general announcements. All students are expected to attend this wonderful event with Bishop daCunha. Permission slips will be sent home on 4/26.
Early Release
Wednesday April 24 th is an early release day at 1:00 p.m. for teacher professional development. Car line as usual at MS, ESP pickup will be at the HS entrance from 1-3:00 p.m. and bus pickup will be at the normal time.
Middle School Schedule:
A Message From Guidance
Attention all Juniors! 
To learn more information about applying to colleges, click the link down below!
Reminder for All AP Students
The fee for the AP exams this year is $94 per exam. All fees must be paid in advance to Mrs. Chaves in the Guidance Office. You can make the check out to Coyle & Cassidy. We will be accepting payment for your AP exams from Monday, April 1, 2019-Wednesday, May 1, 2019.All students in an AP class are required to take the exam.

Please be sure to review the AP Bulletin for a student checklist, advice for exam day, and the precise schedule for exams.

Please check the dates of the exams and contact Ms. Araujo with any questions or concerns.
Important DATES!
Junior Parents & Students:
April 23rd In School SAT Testing
Please make sure to register with Mrs. Chaves. You can access the registration form in this link:
Bulletin for AP Students and Parents
Important Information for Seniors:
Students should be accessing Naviance to apply to Scholarships. Naviance is an online college and career program that houses all of our local scholarship opportunities as they become available. The guidance team updates new scholarships daily.

To access scholarships follow these steps:

  • Login with your Coyle username and password.
  • Click on the “Colleges” tab.
  • Scroll down and click on “Scholarships and Money”.
  • Then click on “Scholarship List”
  • Click on a scholarship name for more information about the scholarship and for the attached application (if applicable).
Please Keep in Mind:
Coyle and Cassidy Guidance Department has an open door policy. If any student wishes to speak with Ms. Araujo or Ms. LaPann, please stop by in the morning and ask for a pass from Mrs. Chaves. We are ALL here to help support the students academic success & emotional wellness. Thank you!
A Note From Campus Ministry
Here are some wonderful resources as we begin the Easter season:

Holy Week and the Easter Triduum
The summit of the Liturgical Year is the Easter Triduum—from the evening of Holy Thursday to the evening of Easter Sunday. Though chronologically three days, they are liturgically one day unfolding for us the unity of Christ's Paschal Mystery. The single celebration of the Triduum marks the end of the Lenten season, and leads to the Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord at the Easter Vigil. The liturgical services that take place during the Triduum are: Mass of the Lord's Supper, Good Friday of the Lord's Passion, and Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord. Easter Sunday is the greatest of all Sundays, and Easter Time is the most important of all liturgical times. Easter is the celebration of the Lord's resurrection from the dead, culminating in his Ascension to the Father and sending of the Holy Spirit upon the Church. There are 50 days of Easter from the first Sunday to Pentecost.It is characterized, above all, by the joy of glorified life and the victory over death, expressed most fully in the great resounding cry of the Christian: Alleluia! All faith flows from faith in the resurrection:"If Christ has not been raised, then empty is our preaching; empty, too, is your faith." (1 Cor 15:14)
Senior Retreat at Stonehill College
Our 12th grade students had a fabulous retreat day at Stonehill College on April 9, 2019. "Preparing Spiritually for the Journey Ahead" was the theme. Together our students laughed, prayed, cried and had fun. We are most grateful to Stonehill College for working with Mrs. Payson to coordinate this special retreat day for our students. Please continue to keep the members of our senior class in your prayers.
Easter Dinner With Corline Cronan's Family!
On Sunday April 21, come and enjoy a delicious ham dinner in the school cafeteria. Coffee and donuts are served from 8 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Dinner will be served from 11 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All are welcome! For more information, please see flyer in the link down below:
The Food Pantry is open on the last Saturday of the month, 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (Student volunteers report at 8:00 a.m.)
Clean Out Your Closets and Donate to Christ’s Closet Located in the High School Campus Ministry Office!
Gently used teen clothing donations for Christ’s Closet can be dropped off in the Campus Ministry Office at any time. Clothes will be given to Teen Closet of Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless.
A Message From The Coyle Athletic Association (CCAA)
The CCAA raises funds to supplement the Athletic Department and all funds raised go directly to our student athletes. All help is greatly appreciated.

All parents and friends of Coyle Cassidy athletes (both high school and middle school) are invited to attend the monthly meeting of the CCAA.  
School Store Hours in March are Mondays from 2:00-2:30 P.M.

Contact us –  coylecassidyaa@gmail.com    
From the Desk of the Director of Athletics

Click the link down below to view the Athletic Schedule:
Have a Wonderful Spring Break and Happy Easter!
Clip of the Week:
Don't forget to read the President's Blog! Just click the link down below:
Swap Shop
Our Swap shop is open on the first Friday of the month, from 2:00-3:30 P.M. for anyone in need of these gently worn items:

  • $5.00 Polos, button downs, vests, fleece

  • $10.00 Pants and long sleeve sweaters

  • $15.00 Skorts
2 Hamilton St, Taunton, MA 02780 • 508.823.6164 Ext. 618 • www.coylecassidy.com