Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

BLACK HISTORY MONTH FAIR

On Tuesday February 26th from 3 to 4:30 the History Club will present its annual Black History Month Fair. Trivia, food, presentations, live music and more will be in store for all who plan to attend. All are welcome.
DELTA SUBMISSIONS

The Delta arts magazine needs your creativity. Our editorial staff is currently seeking poems, short stories, and other creative written works, as well as student art, for our spring issue. The theme for this year's issue is "the future." Please send submissions to Owen Spina (spina_o@delbarton.org) and/or Aidan McLaughlin (mclaughlin_a@delbarton.org) by March 1st.

COFFEEHOUSE- FRIDAY, MARCH 1

Our next Coffeehouse is Friday March 1st @ 6:30 in the FAC. Start off the spring term with a night of food, music, and poetry. Want to sing a song, recite poetry, or tell a joke? Just contact Max Alexy (alexy_m@delbarton.org) or Owen Spina (spina_o@delbarton.org) There will be a $5 admission fee at the door which will donated to charity. See you there!


LAST REMINDER -11th GRADE CANDIDATES FOR AP MACROECONOMICS

Juniors applying to take AP Macroeconomics next year must complete the required essay by the end of this week. Leave a hard copy in Mr. Brady's mailbox by the end of the day, TODAY or send the essay electronically by the end of the day TOMORROW,Saturday 2/23. See Mr. Brady with any questions.

SOLIDARITY SLEEP OUT

All of those interested or signed up for the Solidarity Sleep Out to end homelessness in NJ on March 30th should attend an informational meeting on Tuesday Feb. 26 after school in S-104. If you can not make, please contact Mr. White, Scott Martin, Eddie Walsh, Harry Pew, Danny Hajjar, Connor Ketchum.


NOTE FROM SADD:FEBRUARY 18-22
There's no excuse for abuse. 1 in 3 teens will experience dating abuse while in high school. Dating violence can affect anyone, regardless of race, religion, sex or economic status. Shine a light on this growing problem in our society. Know the signs and respect all accordingly. Remember, there's no excuse for abuse.
MASS EVERY MORNING

at 7:40 AM in the St. Martin Oratory (school chapel). Come to pray with and for your brothers, to experience peace in God's presence, and to receive spiritual strength for your day

MORE TALENT SHOWS... TONIGHT AND SUNDAY

Tonight and Sunday there will be concerts in the auditorium. We would love to see a great turnout from the student body to support the musicians in our community. Concerts are free and open to the public. Bring some friends and family and enjoy great music!

Friday, 2/22 @ 7 PM Instrumental Concert
Sunday, 2/24 @ 3 PM Orchestral Concert

PIZZA PARTY BOWL-A-THON FUNDRAISER

The Bowl-a-thon will be on Sunday, February 24th at Hanover Lanes. We plan on hosting a variety of schools from our area, in the past, we've had St. E's, VWA, Mt. St. Mary, Summit HS, Oak Knoll...etc The more the merrier! If you are interested in joining us to raise awareness and funds for Operation Smile, please pick up a registration form ($20 fee) from the Language Office Door or see Ms. Serrano

HOST A SPANIARD!:

Once again we will have a group of Spaniards from the Torrevelo School in northern Spain visit Delbarton. They will be here from April 6th to April 23rd. If you have any spare, this is a great opportunity for a cultural exchange in the comfort of your home. If you are interested, just email Ms. Serrano and she'll place your name on the list. (iserrano@delbarton.org)


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M (Morrison) Block

REGULAR CONFERENCE BLOCK

Scripture Reading

FRIDAY SCRIPTURE
For God alone my soul waits in silence, for my hope is from him. - Psalm 62:5

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.