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Herald 2012 November 8


Volume V Issue 3 | November 8, 2012


FALL OPEN HOUSE
TONIGHT @ 7:00!

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Calendar

FALL OPEN HOUSE — November 8
7PM

NO SCHOOLNovember 9
Faculty Retreat

8TH GRADE PLACEMENT EXAM November 10
8AM - Noon

8TH GRADE PLACEMENT EXAM November 12
3-7PM

PROTECTING GOD'S CHILDREN November 13
6-9PM

HOUSE DAY — November 14
E Schedule

2PM DISMISSAL November 15

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES — November 15
3:30-8:30PM

SOPHOMORE PARENT MEETING November 15
7PM Lecture Hall

FALL DRAMA, HARVEY November 15-17
7:30 Dick Geyer Gymnasium

PASTORS APPRECIATION & THANKSGIVING SERVICE November 16
Plan B, 10:05AM

SENIOR KAIROS RETREAT November 18-21

THANKSGIVING BREAK November 22-25

GUEST SPEAKER, RANDALL SAMPSON November 28
Community and Spirit

1PM DISMISSAL November 29
Faculty Meeting

We recommend that you access the school's ONLINE CALENDAR for a complete listing of school and athletic activities.  This calendar is kept current with changes as they are made.

From the Desk of Principal Winters
Mike 2011 head shot

Dear Bishop Hartley Parents and Students:

November Greetings! On behalf of the faculty and staff I want to express our best wishes at the beginning of what I hope will be a safe and meaningful holiday season. The first quarter seemed to go by very quickly and was filled with a lot of successful performances, contests, and events.

I am very appreciative of the efforts given by our faculty, coaches, moderators, and parents who are linked together by their deep personal commitment to Bishop Hartley as well as their selflessness, devotion, and care.

October 26 marked the end of the first quarter and, as you review your child’s report card, it might be a good time to take stock and see how successful your son or daughter has been in meeting the goals he or she set back in August. Please take a few minutes with your child to define new goals. In doing so, it is important to be realistic and specific.

Students: don’t tell yourself that you are going to get a 4.0, when you have been struggling to meet a 2.0. Don’t set yourself up for a fall; aim for a 3.0. Be specific about your plans to achieve this goal as well. For some, this might mean putting aside a set time each day for homework. For others, it might mean setting up a specific time to meet with individual teachers during our eighth period enrichment at the end of the day. Whatever your plan, start today and do not put it off until interims.

At this special time of the year it is important that we pause for a minute and ask ourselves just what it is that we have to be thankful for. If Thanksgiving is a special day for giving thanks, then we should know in our hearts what it is for which we give that thanks. In our little slice of the world on Livingston and Zettler, we are thankful for the opportunity to mold and shape young peoples’ lives, to provide an education committed to Catholic values and ideals, and to provide an education devoted to academic excellence.

We ask that you, more than ever before, continue to rejoice in all that is positive and good in our kids, our families, and our school. 

 
Very Sincerely,
Mike Sig transparents
Michael R. Winters


YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE

SENIOR COMPOSITE PHOTOSSeniors and Senior Parents: All seniors must be photographed by Woodard Photographic to be featured in the yearbook and composite picture. This must happen before December 22nd. We are currently scheduling time slots to have this picture taken free of charge at BHHS on Friday, November 9th between 10 AM and 2 PM. Slots are filling up fast so please have your son or daughter stop by Art Room #3 to sign up. This is a day we do not have school so transportation will be the students' responsibility.

Questions?
Please e-mail Ms. Jennifer Cobler
Art Department Chairperson
Art Teacher & Yearbook Adviser
Bishop Hartley High School
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