Irish Eyes Newsletter - Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School

IRISH EYES
February 2 - 7
2015
Clancy Salutes:
•
A Big “Irish Thank You” is extended to Peter Van Buskirk who will be on our campus Tuesday evening at 7:00 pm presenting “The Admissions Game!” All are welcome.
•
Hat’s off to the BMCHS National Honor Society whose members worked on
a service project last Tuesday, January 27 at Special
Care. Students helped clean recently acquired Disney
displays and the facility’s indoor play area in addition to
playing with children in their classrooms and outside.
Pictured are Brenna Gibson, Jennings Jarman, Hayden Crandall, Kieran Raj,
Hayden Bartlett, Garrett Pierce, Caitlin Grundy and Madison Dean. Others participating were
Addy Bell, Tillie Allen, Hannah Reen, Brock Smith, Braden Farris, Olivia Head, Ben Jones,
Hannah Williams, Lindsey Frogge and Jackie Gibson.
•
Congratulations to the Swim team for their performance last week at the Big 10 Conference
at Edmond Y in Mitch Park in Edmond. The Girls finished 4th while the Boys finished 3rd. Leading
the Girls were Gabby Dube placing 1st in the 200 Freestyle and 2nd in the 500 Yard Freestyle; the
Girls 400 Freestyle Relay nabbing 1st place (Head, Reen, Dube, Borders); Olivia Head with 2nd
place in the 50 Freestyle; Monica Borders in 2nd place in the 100 Butterfly. For the Boys, Chase
Skelton received 3rd in the 50 Freestyle, while the 400 Freestyle Relay team of Yokell, Hopkins,
Heinen and Fortin took home 3rd. The 200 Free Relay team captured 4th. Team members were
Hopkins, Reen, Crandall and Skelton. Next up for the Irish is regionals this weekend at Mitch
Park.
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A big round of applause goes to the Irish Forensic Speech & Debate Team on their outstanding success this weekend at the 40th Annual
Monty Python Invitational held at Norman High School! The team finished
2nd in both the 5A and the Championship divisions gaining 7 new Regional Qualifications, and senior Allison Hopfer was awarded the National Speech & Debate Association high point trophy in the acting division
for outstanding performance. Additional team participants included: Canyen Ashworth, Bryan
Box, Isabella Curling, Shane Dolan, Carly Downey, Sheila Gaffney, Lilly Haave, Anne-Marie
Hagan, Madison Hart, Jack Jacobi, Juliette James, Hunter Lau, Morgan Lau, Lucas Litchfield, Cheyenne Martin, Kate McConnell, Anh Nguyen, Luke Ray, and Matthew Tran.
•
Clancy wishes to congratulate 1985 Bishop McGuinness graduate and 1981 Christ the King
graduate, Dana Brou Hill for being named the 2015 Christ the King Catholic School
“Distinguished Alumnus.” Dana’s husband Ron is also a BMCHS Class of 1985 alum as
well as daughter, Maddie who graduated in 2014. Son Austin is a freshman and daughter
Marlee is a junior.
•
Best of luck to our Academic team who will be competing in the State Academic Championship at Redlands Community College in El Reno on Saturday. Team members include Hayden
Bartlett, Connor Bannon, Nathan Blagg, John Kalk, Baron O’Connor, Lucas Litchfiled,
Caden Lockard, Chris Labarthe and Molly Ross. Coaches are Nicky Goff and Julie Anderson-Holt. If the team defeats Eisenhower in the first round, there is a good chance they will be
playing on a webcast on Saturday. Anyone interested can go to www.foxsportsoklahoma.com
and live stream the game that is scheduled to start at 10:50 am. The bracket can be found at the
following link:
http://www.ossaaonline.com/docs/2014-15/AcademicBowl/AC_2014-15_State5ABracket.pdf.
•
Congratulations to Jennings Jarman, Braden Roy and Chase Skelton for
being named to the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association Class 5A AllStar Team. Special congratulations to Chase Skelton for also being named
an Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Football Player. Chase will
represent Bishop McGuinness in the All-State Game in July.
•
Congratulations to the 42 BMCHS students who were named as Oklahoma Academic
Scholars. Any senior with a 3.7 on the unweighted 4.0 scale, and at least a 27 Composite on the
ACT or 1220 (Critical Reading and Math) SAT through the April ACT National Test date, is a recognized scholar of Oklahoma. All scholars will be recognized at the Awards ceremony in April.
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Hat’s Off to the Wrestling team for their performance last week at the Chickasha tournament. Brent Wilson placed 1st at 152 lbs and Zach Straughn placed 4th at 145
lbs. Special Congratulations to Brent Wilson who tied the McGuinness school
record for most career pins. Brent will have an opportunity to BREAK the all time
school record Tuesday night as the Irish host Casady for senior night. Come cheer
Brent and the team to victory!
•
Congratulations to Kyle Fitzgerald, Liam Kelley and Conor Maguire, members of Boy
Scout Troop 120 who recently received the rank of Eagle Scout.
•
Congratulations to all the young men who made their KAIROS retreat
last weekend. A “Big Thanks”
is extended to student leaders Coley Lee, Henry Novak,
Elbin Gonzalez, Dominic Perrault, Landon Strunk, John Kalk, and adult leaders Alex Genheimer, Joseph Welch and Peter McConnell for all their work
preparing for the retreat.
•
The Girls Kairos retreat is scheduled for February 26-29. Junior/senior girls can sign up
with Mrs. Phillips.
•
Congratulations to the Boys and Girls basketball teams for their performance last week.
The girls played well but lost two tough games against PC West and Del City. The boys fought
hard against the 6A #2 Patriots before losing, but they rebounded on Friday as they defeated Del
City 48-31. Both teams will be back in action on Saturday when they face Putnam City. Tip off for
the girls is at 3:30 pm and the boys at 5:00 pm. Both games will be held in the Pirate fieldhouse.
•
Congratulations to sophomore Kaitlin McAuley who recently received “All
Tournament Team,” honors from the “Battle of the Fort,” Ft. Smith Volleyball Tournament this past weekend as her Charge Nationals Club Volleyball team placed 3rd in
the tournament. Kaitlin is pictured with older sis, Brianna McAuley who graduated in
2013.
•
Happy Birthday to the following staff members who will celebrate birthdays this
week: Tony Pennington and Mandy Thomson.
Clancy Speaks:
The Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Museum will be the site for the 29th
annual Bishop McGuinness auction. A Big Irish “Thank You” is extended to Auction Chairpersons Melanie Maguire and Lori Fitzgerald for their many hours of work preparing for
this year’s event. A special “Thank You” is also extended to Honorary Chairpersons Judy
Love and Barbara Brou for their support in helping make this year’s event so successful.
Proceeds from the event will be used to help support the schools work grant program and
help renovate one of our science labs. “Clancy Goes Country” promises to be the largest
and most successful auction since the school’s first event held in 1986. Chairpersons that
year were Mary Ann and Greg Edwards. I look forward to seeing you there. If you have not
made a reservation and would like to inquire about tickets, please call Linda Mares in the
Development office.
Finally, Peter Van Buskirk will be presenting the Admission Game to all interested 9th, 10th,
and 11th grade parents Tuesday evening February 3rd from 7:00-8:30 pm. Mr. Van Buskirk
will present the many obstacles that must be navigated when applying and seeking acceptance to a college or university of your choice. This is our annual required college night for
all junior parents and their student. Please try to arrive early because we are expecting a
large crowd.
It’s Homecoming Week! Candidates and escorts will be revealed during an assembly Tuesday morning. There are special dress up days for this week:
Wednesday - Future Career dress
Thursday
-
International dress
Friday - Fashion don’ts dress
Monday
-
Decades (9th - 50’s; 10th -60’s, 11th - 70’s, 12th - 80’s)
Tuesday -
Spirit dress
The Homecoming Dance will be held in the BMCHS Commons area Saturday evening from
8:30 -11:00 pm. Dance bids will be on sale Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for $10.00
and Friday for $12.00. Crowning of the queen will be during halftime of the boys basketball
game on Tuesday, February 10th.
ACT Prep Workshop
Bishop McGuinness will provide ACT Prep for students who have taken or are planning to take the ACT this spring or summer. The after-school workshop of 2015 will
take place the week of February 2-5, from 3:00-5:00 pm. This workshop will be for
students who have taken the ACT previously and are interested in boosting their
scores through concentrated instruction and practice. Please see Mrs. Lyons in Room
23 or Dr. Worthington with any questions and information on signing up. Cost is $100.
Students may register for the February ACT Prep Workshops by visiting the following
link:
February ACT Prep -- February 2-5
http://goo.gl/forms/UC76Kv7i96
Incoming Freshmen Registration
Enrollment night is determined by the
first initial of your last name:
A – G Monday, February 23, 2015 6:00 - 8:00 pm
H –N
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 6:00 - 8:00 pm
O – Z
Monday, March 2, 2015
6:00 - 8:00 pm
For more information, please contact Ms. Laura O’Hara
at 842-6638, extension 225 or [email protected]
What’s Happening at BMCHS!
Bulletin #23! ! February
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2-7
February
2nd - February
Homecoming
Week 8th
Monday 2nd:
* 7-4 Regular Schedule
* Technology Meeting in Library 3:00 PM
* ACT Prep Workshop in Lecture Hall 3:00 - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 3rd:
* 7-5 Extended Homeroom for Homecoming Reveal
* Fall Curriculum Meeting Pre-K - 8th / Theology
* Admissions Game Speaker in Auditorium 7:00 PM
* ACT Prep Workshop in Lecture Hall 3:00 - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 4th:
* 7-6 Late Start / Future Career Dress-Up Day
* Fall Curriculum Meeting Pre-K - 12th / English
* ACT Prep Workshop in Lecture Hall 3:00 - 5:00 PM
Thursday 5th:
* 7-0 Regular Schedule / International Dress-Up Day
* 9th Boys Basketball vs PC 6:00 PM
* Wrestling vs Heritage Hall 5:00 & 6:00 PM
* ACT Prep Workshop in Lecture Hall 3:00 - 5:00 PM
Friday 6th:
* 7-1 Regular Schedule / Fashion Don’ts Dress-Up Day
* BMCHS Auction @ Cowboy & Western Museum 6:00 PM
* Track @ OBA Indoor Meet in Enid 11:00 AM
* Swimming Regionals @ Mitch Park in Edmond
* ACT Prep Workshop in Lecture Hall 3:00 - 5:00 PM
Saturday 7th:
* Academic Team @ State / Redlands Community College
* Basketball @ PC 1:00 - 5:00 PM
* Swimming Regionals @ Mitch Park in Edmond
Homecoming Dance in Commons 8:30 - 11:00 PM
Sunday 8th:
Birthdays
BMCHS Homecoming Dance
Theme: SKI PARTY
Students from all grades are invited
Saturday, February 7, 2015
BMCHS Commons
8:30 - 11:00 pM
Dance bids will be on sale Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday for $10 and Friday for $12.
Dates to Remember
February 2
February 3
February 6
February 7
February 10 February 12-15
February 13 February 16 February 23,24
February 26 March 2
March 8
March 10
March 16-20 Junior Homecoming Week
Junior College Night 7:00 Auditorium
BMCHS Auction - “Clancy Goes Country”
National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum 5:30 pm
Homecoming Dance, All grades
Homecoming Basketball game, Irish vs Choctaw
Spring Musical “Anything Goes”
End of 1st six weeks
Archdiocesan Inservice - NO SCHOOL
Freshman Registration for 2015-16 school year
Girls KAIROS retreat
Freshman Registration for 2015-16 school year
Bingo Night sponsored by Alumni Association 5:30 pm
All School Mass
Spring Break - NO SCHOOL
Students! Parents! Friends! Attention! Monday, Feb. 16 is the final day for the 2015 Chi Rho yearbook to be sold online at jostensyearbook.com for the price of $80. Beginning Feb. 17 through Apr. 20, the books will again be sold at school only for $85. Please pick up an order form in the main office or in Rm. 132. If there are any extra books, they will be sold after all the pre-­‐ sold books are delivered on Delivery Day. The cost will be $85. Bishop McGuinness
February 2015
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Hot Sandwich Line
______Daily_____
Cheeseburger
Hamburger
Breaded Chicken Patty
Grilled Chicken
Rotating Hot Sandwich
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M-Grill Cheese
T– Corndog
W– Chicken Fajita
T– Chicken Fried Steak
F-Bacon Cheeseburger
Kiosk—Every Week
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M– Planet Sub $2.75
T- Ckn Strip
$2.00
W– Chick-Fil-A $2.75
T- Ckn Poppers$2.00
F– Pizza HUt $2.00
2
3
4
5
6
Chicken Fried Steak
Mashed Pot/Gravy
Peas
Roll
Fruit
Milk
BBQ Beef Sandwich
Baked Beans
Chips
Gelatin
Fruit
Milk
Egg Rolls
Rice Noodles
Veggies
Spicy Peaches
Fruit
Milk
Taquitos
Beans
Corn
Rice
Fruit
Milk
Tilapia
Green Beans
Breadstick
Fruit
Milk
9
10
11
12
13
Chicken Nuggets
Mashed Pot/gravy
Carrots
Soup
Roll
Fruit
Milk
Oriental
Rice
Veggies
Gelatin
Fruit
Milk
Manager Special
Broccoli
Spicy Peaches
Fruit
Milk
Tacos
Beans
Rice
Corn
Soup
Fruit
Milk
Lasagna Roll
Vegetables
Breadstick
Fruit
Milk
16
No School
17MARDI GRAS
18
19
20
Philly Cheese
Scallop Potatoes
Vegetables
Gelatin
Fruit
Milk
Chicken Spaghetti
Spicy Peaches
Vegetables
Fruit
Milk
Quesadilla
Corn
Rice
Fruit
Milk
Pasta w marinara or
Alfredo
Green beans
Breadstick
Fruit
Milk
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24
25
26
27
Chicken Fried Steak
Mashed Pot/gravy
Carrots
Roll
Fruit
Milk
Manager Special
Vegetable
Gelatin
Soup
Fruit
Milk
Sloppy Joe
Potato Wedges
Vegetables
Crisp
Fruit
Milk
Burrito
Corn
Rice
Beans
Soup
Fruit
Milk
Ziti
Green Beans
Breadstick
Fruit
Milk
Archdiocesan
Inservice
DID YOU KNOW???
ASH WEDNESDAY
Notes and Announcements
Milk can help rebuild muscle after your workout!!!!
Lunch Meal $3.25
Breakfast Served Every Morning from 7:20-7:50
"In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national
origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington,
D.C. 20250-9410 or call (866) 632-9992(voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136(Spanish)USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”
The annual auction is this Friday, Feb. 6th
Clancy Goes Country
Attire: Country Chic
(ex. dress and boots, sports coat and jeans)
To view the Auction Catalog, please click on the following link:
Here is your link to the auction catalog.
http://www.bmchs.org/page.cfm?p=496
We need help loading/unloading:

Friday, February 6: 8am-10am (Cowboy Museum)

Saturday, February 7: 10am-noon (BMCHS)
Contact Melanie Maguire if you are available
([email protected])
NEW THIS YEAR
The Pony Express Premium Silent Auction
replacing the Big Board. You’ll find fantastic
items that could easily have been sold in
the Lock, Stock, and Barrel Live Auction.
This premiere auction will close
temporarily at 8:30 and re-open
immediately after the live auction.
Thank you to our 2015 auction sponsors
Sheriff
The Love Family
7-11 Stores
Cowboy
American Fidelity Foundation
Jenny and David Chansolme
Class of 2018
Carol and Mark Lester
K. Anthony Shanbour, MD
Drs. Chambers and Toal/Susan and Mike Turpen
Bronco Buster
Bank SNB
Dana and Ronald Hill
Beasley Oil Company
Shannon and David Hill
The Becker Family
Shelly and Gant Lambertz
Jane and David Best
Michael Olay, MD and
(Best Companies, Inc.)
Sabrina Olay, MD
Bowen Pipeline Services, Inc.
Bradley J. Reddick, D.O.
Barbara and Paul Brou
Manda and Mark Ruffin
Connelly Paving Co.
Patty and Rick Ruffin
Scott de la Garza, MD
Sequoyah Communications/
Lisa and Bentley Edmonds
Alan and Kacee VanHorn
Fitzgerald Associates
Dr’s. Steven M. Sullivan and
Architects
Kevin S. Smith
Shellie and Don Greiner
Dr. William Tunell, MD
Thank you to our sponsors
Outlaw
Anderson & House, Inc.
Mollie and Don Andrews
Mindy and Cory Baze
Jennifer and Steve Bentley
Dr. Georgianne Snowden and
Porter Berry
Bohanon Dentistry
Toby and Rick Boothe
Rainy and Kirk Broussard
Ana and George Browning
Toni and Tom Casso
Melanie and Tom Davis
Mary Ann and Greg Edwards
Carlos Egas, MD
Tracy and Tim Hughes
Dr. Jay and Susan Johnston
Debbie and John Jones
Ruthie and Bob Klabzuba
Drs. Mark and Sallie Lau
LeAnn and Paul Lienhard
First National Bank of Oklahoma
Brenda and Tom McDaniel
Tish and Mike Milligan
Sue and Tom Nix
Armand and Amanda Paliotta
Kim and David Rainbolt
Holly and Carl Raczkowski
Cindy and Hugh Rice
Drs. Denise and Mark Scott
Sylvia and Robert Slater
Jean and Bill Smith
Marnie and Clayton Taylor
Wranglers and Ranch Hands
Betty Jo Bradley
Jennifer Brim
Mary Jane Calvey
Stephen A. Chastain, DDS
Classen Tag Agency
Elaine and Tim DeGiusti
Susan and Robert Dolan
Tish and Doug Eason
Nancy Payne Ellis
Jamie and Clay Farha
The Garrett Family and
The Harris Foundation
Drs. Brad and Liz Gawey
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jarman
Kathy and Fred Kempf
Larry Killebrew, M.D.
Stacy and Mark McDaniel
Kelly and Brent Moody
Bliss and John Morris
Xavier and Linda Neira
James and Sandy Novak
Jeannie and James P. O’Brien
Kim and Joe O'Connor
Pat's Tire & Auto Repair
Ross Family Foundation
Drs. Lois and John Salmeron
Schmidt & Associates PC
Gayle and Barney Semtner, III
Shyla and John Slay
Steffan & Farrow Orthodontics
Tristar Pension Consulting
Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School presents …
THE ADMISSION GAME®
An Interactive Presentation of the College Admission Process
Tuesday - February 3, 2015 - 7:00 PM
BMCHS Auditorium
College Night for Juniors & Parents
Featuring
Peter Van Buskirk
Author, Motivational Speaker and Former Dean of Admission
Featured:The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today,
Family Circle,and“Oprah and Friends” with Jean Chatzky
Learn what will happen to your application behind closed doors!
 Become a member of an admission committee
 Review four candidates’ credentials
 Debate their strengths and weaknesses
 Vote to determine who gets in
Want to buy one of Peter Van Buskirk’s
workbooks after his presentation?
www.BestCollegeFit.com
The Peru Mission team will be selling his workbook before and after his presentation as a
fundraiser to help our missionaries pay for their trips. The workbook is titled Prepare, Compete,
Win! The Ultimate College Planning Workbook for Students, (formerly The College Planning
Workbook). The workbook is an interactive guide that provides contextual interpretations of the
college admission process, reflective exercises, calendars and to-do lists, and planning exercises that prepare students to compete for admission. This most recent edition, released in August
2014, is up-to-date regarding the overall student enrollment process, online applications and
financial aid.
The workbook sells for $20, and the Peru Mission will receive $5 for every book sale, so
please support the mission while also preparing for college!
Dear Patrons,
Bishop McGuinness’ spring production of Anything Goes is providing you
with the opportunity to advertise your business, or to simply send a message
to members of the cast and crew by purchasing ad space in our programs.
Performances will be held February 12th – 14th at 7:00pm and Sunday,
February 15th at 3:00pm in the Petuskey Performing Arts Auditorium. We
appreciate any and all support that you provide. If you have any questions,
For the BMCHS spring musical production:
please feel free to contact me.
AUDITIONS
Thank you,
Mrs. Jennifer Sokolosky
Vocal Music Director
Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School
[email protected]
405-204-2193 cell
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Petuskey Performing Arts Auditorium
NOVEMBER 5th – Music Audition*
NOVEMBER 6th – Callbacks
3:00pm - 6:00pm
*Please email your ad in digital format if at all possible. You may do so by
sending it to Lisa McConnell at [email protected] Payments need to be
given to Mrs. Sokolosky. Please keep in mind that the program ads will be
printed in black white. You can make checks payable to BMCHS. The ad
sizes and prices are listed below.
*All students auditioning must prepare 18 bars or one minute of a song from any
musical and learn a brief choreographed dance. Callbacks will consist of a cold
reading from the script.
Questions? Contact Mrs. Sokolosky
Please Choose Your Desired Ad Size(s):
_____ 1/2 page advertisement (approx. 3.25” x 4.25”)
$50
_____ Full page advertisement (approx. 6.5” x 4.25”)
$100
*Deadline: Digital Ad & payment must be submitted by
February 6th, 2015.
READY FOR IRISH POM ?
AUDITION CLINIC:
Monday, March 23rd 5-8pm
BMCHS Gym
OFFICIAL AUDITION:
Friday, March 27th 6-8pm
Dance Visions Room
MANDATORY CAMP DATES:
MAY 27TH-30TH
¥
IRISH POM PARENT/CHILD
INFORMATIONAL MEETING HELD:
MARCH 5th @ 6pm BMCHS lecture hall
(NW entrance).
¥ -Expectations, commitments, schedules &
overall pom program details will be presented
& discussed with Coach Jamie Lane.
¥ -Attendance is required to pursue pom tryouts.
¥ -For questions & concerns, contact:
[email protected]
¥ -Check out our pom page under the BMCHS
athletics tab or go to www.bmchspom.com
Please visit our website at www.bmchs.org and click Alumni Events to download a copy of this form.
Date: SUNDAY, March 8, 2015
At 5:30
BMCHS Commons Area
Those that register on 3/8/15
Dinner Starts: 5:30
Bingo packs will be $10.00
Bingo Starts: 6:00
Name: _______________________________
***PRE REGISTER***
by 3/6/15
Bingo Packs: $7.00 for 10 games
Raffle Tickets: $1.00 a ticket
or $5.00 for 6 tickets
Sponsored by:
BMCHS Alumni Association
Questions ?? Contact:
Carly Tribbey: 405-761-0997
[email protected]
Address: _____________________________
City, Zip: _____________________________
Phone: _______________________________
Email: _______________________________
# of Packs: __________________________
Total Amount Enclosed $______________
Make Checks payable to BMCHS
801 NW 50th, OKC, OK 73118
Attention: Family Bingo Night
**7 Spots are still available**
Contact Ms.Wood at [email protected] or
Ms. Begansky at [email protected]
SPEND THE SUMMER IN EUROPE
Signup deadline is February 18
Ms. Wood, Spanish teacher, and Ms. Begansky, French teacher, at BMCHS are sponsoring a trip to
Paris and Mediterranean Europe: Paris, Barcelona, Provence, French Riviera, Monaco, Pisa, Florence, Assisi and Rome. The trip will last 14 days from June 8 - June 21, 2015.
For information, please email Ms. Wood at [email protected]
or Ms. Begansky at [email protected]
To enroll and obtain all necessary information please visit the following website:
www.eftours.com/tour-website/1638049MH
Open to students - 14 Days
Tour Number: 1638049MH
Group Leader: Mayra Wood
Requested Departure Date: 6/8/2015
Requested Return Date: 6/21/2015
Requested Departure Gateway: Oklahoma City, 14 days
France, Spain, Italy
Experience iconic landmarks, priceless works of art, and cities rich in history.
Paris has all these and more, from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre. Down in the Mediterranean
region, the Parque Guell in Barcelona, the Duomo in Florence, and the Sistine Chapel in Vatican
City blur the line between civic beautification and artistic masterpiece.
Parents,
we would like to invite
you to participate in
PARENTS
IN TOUCH
a campus prayer ministry, every Tuesday at 2:25 pm.
PRAYER GROUP
“Parents In Touch”
Are you worried about your children?
Would you like to uplift them in prayer?
Join the BMCHS Parents In Touch group
is a volunteer group of parents that meet to accept
at 11:30
and support Wednesdays
the
prayer request
of our students and
In the BMCHS Chapel
To faculty.
pray for You
yourare
children
and BMCHS
staff.
welcome
to attend.
For more information,
moreprayer
information
or For
to email
requests,
please
contactMr.
Aimee
Phillips,
please
contact:
Joe
Welch at
Campus Minister,
[email protected]
[email protected]
or 858-4756.
ATTENTION ALL FAMILIES WHO PARTICIPATE IN THE
WORK GRANT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM
Work Grant Financial Aid applications for next year (2015-16)
are now available in the Business Office.
You must reapply each year.
The submission deadline is March 15, 2015.
Failure to complete the application process by March 15 2015
jeopardizes your participation in the program.