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Attention all female high school students interested in Cybersecurity: The GirlsGoCyberStart Cybersecurity Initiative in Maryland is a training partnership with the SANS Institute that inspires the next generation of cybersecurity professionals and identifies talented youth in Maryland through a series of online challenges and puzzles. Open to female high school students, GirlsGoCyberStart encourages participants to explore their interests in cyber studies, learn core cybersecurity skills, and build confidence in problem-solving. Registration starts on March 20, 2019. For more information, please see Mr. Walther in room 219 or send him an email.
Seniors: if you have your retreat permission form in your bookbag, please, please bring it to the campus ministry office asap! If no one is in the office, there is a box outside Mr. Sanneman's office labeled "Permission Slips", please leave in there.
Calling all Project Pride students: Meet Ms. Bell in room 110 during the 2nd half of Prime Time today (and every Thursday) for snacks and fellowship!
The Vocations Club will have their next meeting today, March 14, during all of PRIME Time in Room 400. We will have a guest speaker, featuring Thomas Do, graduate and alumnus of the Class of 2018. The topic will be faith and vocational life after high school. All are welcome, including faculty, staff, and students. Everyone is encouraged to attend. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. McClain at email@example.com.
Today's key club topic of awareness is Global Warming. Did you know that we have 12 years to save the planet? Every day, the hole in the Ozone layer gets bigger, fossil fuel emissions rise, vital rainforests are being cut down for profit, and millions of bits of plastic are found in our oceans. God calls us to care for His creation and treat the Earth like our neighbor. Earth is the ONLY known planet that has the perfect combination to sustain all life, so we must be stewards in restoring it. Ways we can help the environment are truly recycling, using compost, avoiding littering, and growing one's own fruits and vegetables. We can reach out to environmental agencies to volunteer with them, campaign for environmental rights, and even write letters to our local government officials about environmental laws. Don't you want your children to live better than we do? Act now.
Additionally, Key Club will be selling Chick-fil-a nuggets in the Mona Center today during PRIME time! $5 for 6 nuggets and $6 for 8 nuggets, Chick-fil-a and polynesian sauce will be provided. All proceeds go to the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society! Come out and support!
Happy Pi Day Mustangs! In celebration of Pi Day, Mu Alpha Theta will be selling pie during PRIME time in the Mona Center. All proceeds from the pie sale will be combined with the Key Club's Chick FilA fundraiser proceeds to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS)!
Chick Fil A nuggets are 6 for $5 and 8 for $6! Slices of pie are $1. Additionally, prizes will be randomly given away throughout PRIME Time!
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: On March 18th at 3:30 pm there will be a school-wide town hall meeting in the St. Joseph's resource center. This is a special opportunity for all students to voice their questions and concerns directly to the administration in a controlled setting. Help to fix the school one step at a time.
BOYS' Varsity Tennis vs. St. Marys Ryken AWAY at 4pm
GIRLS' Varsity & JV Lacrosse vs. Woodrow Wilson AWAY at 4:15 and 5:30pm