Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

FRENCH CLUB OPENING MEETING

On Wednesday, 9/27, during M-Block in the Gregory Room, the French Club will be holding its opening meeting for the year. We will elect our new officers and discuss the details of our annual crêpe breakfast.


FIRST OPEN ART WORKSHOP POTTERY

Have you ever wanted to try pottery but haven't had the chance, or just looking for a way to do something fun and creative? Come to the first Art Workshop of the year on Wed., Sept. 27, from 3 – 3:40PM in FAC 269. We'll learn some basic pottery techniques and make a small planter or bowl that you can then fire in the kiln and take home! No prior experience with art or pottery is necessary, and all are welcome. We'll also discuss what other workshops you'd like to do this year. Any questions, see Ms. Servilio or Ms. Lopez or email cservilio@delbarton.org.

TRIVIA CLUB

Meeting Monday after school in T337. 2nd trivia quiz of the fall term – all are welcome!

SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS

If you are interested in joining the Social Justice Committee, please see Mr. Conn or Mr. Currie for an application.

STAMP, COIN & PAPER MONEY CLUB MEETING TODAY

Meeting , 2:45pm in T-337 to discuss interests and schedule. Bring an interesting item for show &t ell or just come see what others have brought.

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS CLUB MEETING -TODAY

The kickoff meeting for the Business and Economics Club will be TODAY, September 22, at 7:30 in Room 169 of the Fine Arts Center. Plans for the year will be discussed. All grade levels are welcome!

COMMUNICATIONS CENTER DURING M BLOCK

If you are working on a presentation for a class or need work on your public speaking skills, stop by the Communications Center in Room T226 during M Block. We are available to help you talk through your ideas, structure arguments for class debates and projects, or help you improve your overall presentation and delivery skills. Please contact Mr. Foust or Mr. Page for more information!

ENGINEERING CLUB MEETING TODAY

Interested in participating in state and national level robotic competitions or building anything within your imagination? Come join the engineering club where our first meeting will be after schoo lTODAY If you have any questions, please email Jonathan Hua (Hua_j@delbarton.org), Noah Jerris (jerris_n@delbarton.org), Ashton Rollins (rollins_a@delbarton.org), or Mr. Devine (gdevine@delbarton.org)

WAVE-4-LIFE LOGO CONTEST


The Wave-4-Life Club is having a new schoology logo contest. It should consider all aspects of the ministry program, such as funeral outreach, work with the homeless, and our prolife platform. Submissions can be made to Mrs. Mainardi until 11:59 on September 29th. The winner will win a $50 visa gift card! Email John Manahan (manahan_j@delbarton.org) with any questions
THINKING ABOUT DROPPING AN AP COURSE?

Students may do so any time up until the fall mid-term (October 6). Changes must be approved by a student's guidance counselor.

HOSTS NEEDED!

The Spanish department is looking for student hosts for our Peruvian exchange students from Colegio San Pedro (a boys catholic high school located in Lima, Peru). The students from SP will be visiting from January 10th – January 24th. Please contact Mrs. Gómez if you are interested and/or would like to know more information. Jgomez@delbarton.org

WRITING CENTER OPENED

Do you need help with an English essay? What about a religion reflection? A science lab? A history paper? The Writing Center will officially open for business. Students are encouraged to visit the Writing Center at all stages of the writing process (from brainstorming through final draft revisions). The Writing Center is located in S-202. Appointments are not needed.

Hours:

* Before school: 7:30 - 8:00 am

* M-block

* After school: 2:45 - 3:45 pm (Monday through Thursday only)

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MORNING MEETING - FAC AUDITORIUM

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We Believe...

That God works with us and through us.

That God invites us into a deeper relationship with Him.

That God calls us into this community.

That through community, character and integrity are forged.

In moving away from self toward others.

In using our gifts and talents in the service of others.

In the importance of conversation as a means to growth.

In the power of love to help us realize our God-given potential.

In the importance of seeking truth, beauty, and goodness.

In a community where all members are respected and where we celebrate the accomplishments of one another.

In the strength of Brotherhood.

In Succisa Virescit: “Once cut down, one will grow back stronger.”

That here, we belong.

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