June 2, 2023
All International students must see Mrs. Di Marco to pick-up their I-20 and to discuss their summer plans. Mrs. Di Marco will be in Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
Any Juniors who still owe payment or paperwork for MCLI please see Mr. Casey as soon as possible. Otherwise, you may be unable to attend.
All Library books must be returned to Ms. Touet by today, Friday, June 2nd.
The Learning Commons will be closing after exams at 11:30 next week.
There will be a meeting for Quiz Bowl coordinators today, June 2nd at 2:25 pm in Room 102 to determine categories for next year’s event.
BOSTON CITY FC – COMPLIMENTARY PASSES
Boston City FC invites members of the Malden Catholic Community to enjoy exciting professional soccer here in the Brother Gilbert Stadium. All students, Faculty and Staff may pick up at the front desk a complimentary pass to all Boston City’s home games being played here at MC. Next game is Sunday, June 4th!
CHEER TRY OUTS
Tryouts for fall cheer are May 31 - June 1 from 3:30-6:30 in the gym and must be registered on Family ID prior to tryouts, and that if anyone has any questions to email Coach Alisa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BREAD OF LIFE
Did you volunteer at Bread of Life this year? If so, join them for their annual Volunteer Ice Cream Social on Monday, June 5th from 4-6pm at Lincoln Common at the corner of Cross and Bryant Streets! The ice cream is free, no sign-up necessary and feel free to bring friends
FREE ADVANCED MOVIE SCREENING (Thursday June 8 at 7:00pm) for the MC COMMUNITY! THE FLASH
Our friends at Allied Marketing have offered the MC Community a limited number of passes to a screening of the movie THE FLASH on Thursday June 8, 2023 at 7PM at AMC Assembly Row! Seats are limited and are expected to go quickly. Seats are not guaranteed and are assigned on a first come, first served basis. The link for downloading passes (good for one person and a guest) can be found here: https://wbtickets.com/ZOpYo94812 . Please feel free to share with family and friends and students in your classes!
About the film: Worlds collide in “The Flash,” the DC Super Hero’s first ever standalone feature film that’s full of action, humor and heart. In his attempt to save his family and fix the past, Barry Allen uses his superpowers to travel back in time. Once there, he’s trapped in an alternate universe with another version of himself… along with a new Batman and Supergirl. Soon, General Zod arrives, threatening to destroy the planet. Will Barry be the Super Hero he needs to be? Can he reset the universe? Warner Bros. Pictures’ “The Flash” races into theaters June 16. This movie is rated PG13.
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE COUNSELING UPDATE
All final college transcripts will automatically be sent to attending colleges by the second week in June. Please reach out to Mrs. DelGenio with any questions at email@example.com.
Any students in Grades 9 - 11 who are interested in purchasing a 2022 - 2023 yearbook, please create a Jostens account and order your yearbook through this link. The deadline to order a yearbook is Monday, June 5. (The cost for Senior yearbooks are included in Senior fees that were collected at the beginning of the school year.)
Attention Students in the Girls Division: Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business – 7th Annual BOLD Conference Saturday November 11 to Sunday November 12, 2023
BOLD is part of Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business (HUWIB), the largest undergraduate business organization on Harvard’s campus. Their mission is to empower a group of diverse young women and future leaders by uniting them through business education and experience. This year's conference will include empowering events that introduce high school women to the business world and guide them in developing essential skills for charting their path forward in the industry. On its second day, which functions as a half-day, the conference will cover all aspects of applying to college, including a panel led by current Harvard students, resume and personal brand workshops, and a tour of Harvard’s campus. Attendees will experience a diverse range of presentations and workshops that will allow them to sharpen business, organizational, and communication skills that will be useful for future endeavors. The in-person conference will be located on the Harvard University campus at the Science and Engineering Complex (SEC) at 150 Western Avenue, Boston. In-person attendance is highly encouraged; however, we will be offering a virtual option. Registration is now open and can be found at THIS LINK!
For students who want to get more involved in the BOLD conference, there is an opportunity to apply to become a BOLD Ambassador. Our BOLD Ambassador Program selects a team of high school girls across the country to work closely with the BOLD team and develop their leadership skills. This program guide details more information about the program and the responsibilities of the ambassador role. The application is available through this link and is due no later than Sunday, July 2nd, at 11:59 pm EST. For more information about the BOLD conference, please visit wib-bold.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer College Programs
Some colleges and universities are beginning to offer programs for the summer, some of which are listed below, many more which can be found online. Many programs require fees and tuition. Some are residential, others online. Admission to the college/university is not guaranteed.
Wheaton College Summer Institute: https://www.wheaton.edu/wheaton-college-summer-institute/
Harvard: Pre-College Summer School Program for High School Students - Harvard Summer School
Cornell: High School Students - Register for Credit Courses - Register - Courses for Credit (cornell.edu)
Georgetown University: Law Academy | Georgetown University Summer Programs for High School Students
Emerson College: Pre-College Programs | Emerson College
Tufts: Mini Med School | University College (tufts.edu)
Tufts Pre-College Programs: precollege.tufts.edu
Boston University: bu.edu/summer/highschool
Summer Job Opportunity:
Mike’s Landscaping Company – Office Assistant, Paid Position. For more information and to apply, please contact Deanna at (781) 321-2074 or email@example.com .
A part-time summer waitstaff / food prep position is available at the Jack Satter House in Revere, from 3:00-6:00pm. The contact person for the job is Rob Crevatis. If you call 781-289-4505, his extension is 5460. More info at this link: https://g.co/kgs/FHxVBX
Today's Athletic Event:
2 PM MC Girls Varsity Tennis vs Newburyport HS (MIAA Tournament Round of 32) @ Amesbury HS (12:15 PM Early Dismissal, 12:30 PM Departure)
SPRING SPORTS AWARDS NIGHT
Spring Sports Awards Night will be held on Thursday, June 8 at 5:30 PM in the Doherty Gymnasium followed by team award breakout rooms. All students must arrive at the event in Mass attire.
Fall Sports Registration is Now Open!
Registration for Malden Catholic fall sports is now open. All parents/guardians must register students through Family ID at https://hello.familyid.com/ prior to tryouts.
MC Attendance Policy
Due to an increased number of absences and tardiness, MC Administrators ask that you review the Attendance Policy. We have included additional details regarding the policy and proper procedures for contacting the Main Office.
Students who do not feel well need to report to the MC Nurse’s Office. One of the nurses will call parents if a student’s condition warrants dismissal. MC students should not be calling their parents to come and dismiss them if they feel ill. Students must be seen by one of the MC Nurses first. Thank you for your understanding.
Attendance Line: 781-475-5384
Attendance Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FINAL EXAM WEEK
Final exams for Grades 9 - 11 will begin on Monday, June 5 and will continue through Thursday, June 8. 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 5
Period A Exam: 8 AM - 9:20 AM
Period B Exam: 9:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Tuesday, June 6
Period C Exam: 8 AM - 9:20 AM
Period D Exam: 9:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Wednesday, June 7
Period E Exam: 8 AM - 9:20 AM
Period F Exam: 9:35 AM - 10:55 AM
Thursday, June 8
Period G Exam: 8 AM - 9:20 AM
Period H Exam: 9:35 AM - 10:55 AM
THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE
Friday, June 2
Fourth Quarter Ends
Last Day of Classes
Weekly Mass - 7:20 AM
Prayer Service & Underclass Awards Convocation - 1:30 PM