Women`s History Month Facts

St. Lucy’s High School
Regent Facts
Monday, March 16, 2015
This is WEEK 1
Ms Pentolino Psych 3 class will meet in 406 today.
Attention all students - parking on campus is first come first serve. There are NO student reserved parking spots or areas
on campus. If you have not turned in a PARKING PERMIT - you are not allowed to park on campus. Any questions see Ms. G.
SENIORS GRAD NITE - Information for 2015 Grad Nite at Disneyland can now be downloaded at stlucys.com. Tickets
will be sold TOMORROW-Thursday, March 17, 18 & 19 ONLY - in room 209 at lunch. Tickets are $100 per person. NO one
21 years of age or older or underclassmen from St. Lucy’s or another school may attend.
2015-2016 REGISTRATION will be online @ stlucys.com on April 1.
Next week is Alumnae Memorial Week - Start saving up for Penny Wars now! DJ Pizza Lunch is next Wednesday, March 25.
Tickets will be sold starting tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17-24, at lunch only in the amphitheater. Tickets are $8 and include
pizza, a drink, raffle ticket and free dress. The ASB will be provide more during “B” block today.
OUT OF UNIFORM DETENTION - this Wednesday, March 18th in room 110 immediately after school.
STUDENTS GRADES 9 -11: Ms. Leiva &/or Mrs. Charles will be in 200B at lunch until course registration is completed.
Thanks to KIWINS Gianna Ceccarelli, Ivana Kovac, Emily Land, Emily Sierra and Melayna Navarro for enduring the heat on
Saturday at the Knights of Columbus track meet. We couldn’t have done it without you!
SADIES photos can be picked up on the Amphitheater stage today at lunch.
SENIORS - turn in your Senior Graduation form and fee to Mrs. Littleton in the main office.
University of Dallas will be here on the 18th. Grades 10 -12, Sign up on Naviance.
NHS: all juniors interested in running for board next year sign up outside room 207.
MUSICAL TECH & BACK STAGE work - if interested - email [email protected]
BASKETBALL & WATER POLO mandatory meeting Wednesday at lunch in the computer lab.
Women’ s History Month Facts
In 1756, during America's Colonial period, Lydia Chapin Taft
became the first woman to legally vote with the consent of the electorate. Later, in
1869, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton founded the National
Woman Suffrage Association in order to change the 15th Amendment to
include women voters.