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May 29, 2024

2024 Malden Catholic Summer Internship ProgramLAST DAY TO APPLY IS TODAY!    Students have been advised to check their emails for information on how to apply.  All applications are due by 5:00pm to Mrs. Reardon by email ( ) or in person.  Selections will be announced Friday May 31. Preference is given to rising seniors, but we encourage all to apply if interested and available. This is a great way to enhance your resume and make you stand out on college applications!

SENIOR-FRESHMEN HOMEROOM ADVISORY 2024-25 - Interested rising seniors should check their email for a link to a brief application for the senior-freshmen homeroom advisory program next year. Please follow all instructions carefully. The deadline for applications is Thursday at 8:00 a.m. See or email Mr. Gregory with questions.

FILMBUILDING SCREENING will take place TODAY at 2:45pm in the theater. Students, Faculty and Staff are welcome!! Meet the MC Filmmakers for Q&A and brief open discussion about Belonging!

MAKE-A-WISH-CLUB CEREMONY:  Make-a-Wish Club members and student-and-parent supporters are invited to attend a ceremony after school TODAY, at 2:30pm in the cafeteria for the announcing of the Club’s 6th Wish, thanks to the  Club’s work during this school year.  Stop by at 2:30 to celebrate this success, meet with our Make-A-Wish representatives and guests, and enjoy some ice cream.  If you supported Make-A-Wish in any way this year, we hope to see you!

LOANER LAPTOPS:  A reminder that any student that borrowed a school laptop must return it to the technology office before the end of the school year.

MC LIBRARY BOOKS: All library books must be returned TODAY.  If you have any questions, concerns or comments please see Miss Touet.

Senior Athlete Banners (Fall, Winter, Spring Season) are hung around Donovan Field. If you have not done so already, please take your banner(s) home this week. 

2024 WOBURN CHALLENGER BASEBALL is looking for Volunteer Buddies during April 21 through June 29th. You can earn up to 30 hours of Community Service (each game counts as 3 hours of community service (9 games @ 27 hours (3 hours per game) and the opening day parade is 3 hours for a total of 30 hours). Woburn Challenger Baseball is looking for Volunteer Buddies to assist our athletes in learning and playing the great game of baseball. No baseball experience is necessary. You will be helping with field preparation, assisting athletes while in the field and batting and helping with clean up after the game. Following each game, there will be a BBQ for our athletes, parents and volunteer buddies. Each volunteer Buddy will receive a Challenger Baseball shirt Volunteer Buddy Form and take with you the Challenger Baseball Schedule.  For more information, please contact: Tony D’Aurora Cell: 781-320-2426 Email: Facebook Page:  
Throughout the year, MC students are welcome to join Campus Ministry in the Brother Thomas Puccio C.F.X. Chapel on Wednesdays at 7:25 AM for Praying the Rosary and for Mass on Fridays  at 7:25 AM.   
2024 Malden Catholic Summer Internship ProgramAPPLICATIONS DUE TODAY BY 5PM.  The 2024 MC Summer Internship Program is now open!   Students have been advised to check their emails for information on how to apply.  All applications are due on Monday, May 27 to Mrs. Reardon by email ( ) or in person.  Selections will be announced Friday May 31. Preference is given to rising seniors, but we encourage all to apply if interested and available. This is a great way to enhance your resume and make you stand out on college applications!

PROJECT WORDLESS volunteer opportunity:  June 17-June 21, 212 School Street, Somerville, MA    Project Wordless is an establishing branch dedicated to creating a space for people to bring out their full potential through creative expression through the arts (e.g. music, film, drawing, etc.), under the non-profit organization Youth Uplift Initiatives. This summer, they are providing an opportunity for high schoolers to instruct music or filmmaking to middle schoolers over the summer through our two five-day summer programs in June, where students will be guided through the process of completing a creative project by the end of the program. For more information and to apply, please visit: Join Our Team – Project Wordless (

Malden Youth Council:  The Malden Youth Council (MYC) seeks to uplift youth voices and increase youth civic engagement. The MYC will work collaboratively with other Malden Youth Groups, Schools, and Elected Officials. 

The purpose of the MYC is to: Work in collaboration with local government by providing input and ideas on important matters under consideration by the City Council and informing the City Council of their challenges in government; Bring youth issues of importance to the attention of the City Council and community at large. The City Council may seek the help of the MYC to gather input from youth; Actively engage in city government by being a liaison to selected Boards and Commissions and Implement projects that will benefit the community at large. To be considered, students must be between the ages of 14 & 19 and be a student in one of the High Schools or homeschooled in Malden. Click on the link below or scan QR code to fill out an application. We will be accepting applications now until the end of the summer to begin in the upcoming school year ( exact date will be announced soon) You will be notified by email for an interview if selected.
BE THE CAUSE Diversity Awareness and Leadership Training:  At Be the CAUSE, we learn and discuss topics about toxic language, racism, and other biases, and community allyship and support.  Who should participate in this?   Student-Athletes and Athletic Captains, Student Club and Activity Representatives, Class Presidents , and all other students who are interested in making Malden Catholic a more welcoming place for all of its Lancers. When? Monday June 10th 8am-2:00pm -  Breakfast, Snacks and Lunch will be served!  Participants will receive a Be the CAUSE certificate in Diversity Awareness and Leadership from Merrimack College.  Please email Ms. Pierrette at for more information. Space is limited to 20 students.
Final exams for Grades 9 - 11 will begin on Monday, June 3 and will continue through Thursday, June 6. During exams, students are permitted to dress down and are not required to be present unless they have an exam scheduled. LBK will operate on its regular morning schedule, while the after-school LBK transportation will depart from MC at 11:15 AM after the second exam. The school will close for students daily at 11:30 AM.
Please note the following exam schedule:
Monday, June 3
Period A Exam: 8 AM - 9:20 AM
Period B Exam: 9:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Tuesday, June 4
Period C Exam: 8 AM - 9:20 AM
Period D Exam: 9:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Wednesday, June 5
Period E Exam: 8 AM - 9:20 AM
Period F Exam: 9:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Thursday, June 6
Period G Exam: 8 AM - 9:20 AM
Period H Exam: 9:35 AM - 10:55 AM
STUDY SKILLS: All are welcome to join us in Study Skills Club every Tuesday and Wednesday morning!  Where:  Learning Commons Mrs. Sullivan's office  Time: 7:15 AM  Please contact Ava Sasso and Catherine Dimambro with any questions.  We hope to see you on Tuesdays and Wednesdays!
ATTENTION JUNIORS:  Juniors are reminded to have all teacher and counselor recommendation forms completed, in Naviance, by May 31st at the latest. College letters of recommendation cannot be written if these forms are not completed by this date. Please see your counselor if you need help with any part of the college admissions process.
ROBOTICS CLUB DRESS DOWN DAY:  May 30 will be a $5 Dress Down Day!  Money raised will support the Robotics Club as they travel to North Carolina to compete in the GCER (Global Conference for Educational Robotics) Competition.  Students who choose to participate in the dress down day must bring $5 to homeroom and follow the dress down guidelines.  Those who do not bring in the $5 must be in regular dress code.
BLACK STUDENT FORUM:  Black Student Forum will attend the Film building Screening in the theater today.
CAPE's final meeting of the year will take place TODAY. We will be tie-dying. Speak to Emily Taylor about signing up to be part of this fun activity.
DANCE COMPANY:  There will be an end of the year Dance Company meeting in the theater Thursday 2:30-3:30.  We will be discussing next year ideas so all interested in dancing with us next year are welcome! 
MC CHOIR:  The MC Choir is now accepting students!  Please reach out to Mrs. Maniscalco-Giovinco for guidance to enroll!
Field Hockey Meeting: There will be a brief meeting for all those interested in playing Field Hockey this fall TODAY at 2:45pm in the Girls Learning Commons.
Girls Fall Cross Country Meeting:  There will be a brief meeting TODAY in room 130 for any girl interested in running cross country this fall.
Boys’ Cross Country Meeting:  TODAY in room 105, there will be a meeting for all boys who plan to run Cross Country next fall.  We will review the summer training plan, fall race schedule, and election of team captains.  See Mr. Belliveau or Mr. Galasso with any questions.
Today's Athletic Events: 
3:15 PM Girls Varsity Golf @ Bear Hill Golf Club (End Of Year Event) - 3 PM Departure
4:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball @ Belmont HS (scrimmage) - 3 PM Departure
**There will be a brief meeting for all interested in playing Field Hockey this fall TODAY at 2:45 pm in the Girls Learning Commons. 
Wednesday, May 29
Day D
Praying of the Rosary - 7:25 AM
Parent Book Club Meeting - 7 PM
Thursday, May 30
Day C
Dress Down Day - $5 to support Robotics Club
Friday, May 31
Day B
Weekly Mass - 7:25 AM
Underclass Awards Convocation
Fourth Quarter Ends
Last Day of Classes
Second Semester Ends
Saturday, June 1
Alumni Lacrosse Game - 11 AM