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The new Weekly Window now lists all school events, along with upcoming opportunities for students. Please use this link for the Weekly Window page which can be found on the MC website.


Wednesday - February 26, 2020 

Boys Division:

  • Day 6 Yoga Club Cancelled: Day 6 Yoga Club is cancelled for the remainder of the year. Please find another club to attend.

  • SFX Scholar Field Trip: SFX Scholars interested in attending a field trip to the Weston Seismological Institute on Wednesday, March 4, are asked to see Mr. Moran in room 104 to pick up a permission slip. Signed permission slips should be returned by the end of the day on Friday.

  • Senior Pictures: Senior Pictures will take place tomorrow - February 27 for those who have not already had their pictures taken.

Girls Division:

  • Malden Catholic Dance Company Auditions: Malden Catholic Dance Company will be holding auditions for spring season Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, March 2,3,4 (days 4.5.and 6) at 7 am in the auditorium. Dancers must attend all three days. Experienced dancers in all genres invited to audition. Please see Ms. Ferreira with any questions.

  • Reminder to 9th graders: A google form has been sent to your emails that must be completed about your team requirement. Homeroom teachers - Please remind them to fill it out. Mandatory.

  • Reminder to 10th graders: Students are reminded to work on their sewing, and are encouraged to take the square home and complete it. Sewing Circle- next Saturday from 12 to 2 p.m. All are welcome. The artist, Jodi Colella, will visit club day on Feb. 28 to reconnect with the students.  

  • Feb. 26 - Make-A -Wish Club - date. 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.

  • March 20 - 5 openings for girls to attend a full day Sutton HS Connections Conference entitled Words to Action. Action to Justice. Over 40 schools have been invited to participate. Here is a description of the Sutton HS Connection Club: Connections is a group of Sutton High School students and staff committed to making our school a more welcoming place for all students. We think about and work on issues connected to prejudice, bias, and privilege. By talking about these issues with our friends and community, we hope to make our school a place where all students feel valued and understood. Please have girls see Ms. Moccia if interested in signing up to attend. Students will miss a full day of school.

  • SFX Girls Grade 9 and 10 Wellesley College Field Trip: On Friday, Feb. 28 Grade 9 and 10 students will attend Wellesley College Field Trip from 10:38 to 2:00 p.m. - Permission slip required - see Ms. Abbas.

  • Period Poverty- Can you imagine not having access to feminine hygiene products?  Help us give homeless women access to these products!  Girls Campus Ministry needs your help with donations of small purses and/or clutches.  We will fill them with feminine hygiene products so that we can discreetly distribute them to homeless women in the Boston area.

  • Make-A-Wish- Girls involved in this program can meet Ms. Foley at 2:30 or 3:30 on Tuesday, 2/26 or Thursday, 2/28 to help prepare the tickets for the MAW Comedy Night.  1 or 2 hours of service given to volunteers.

  • SFX Girls in grade 9 and 10 will be attending a field trip to Wellesley College on Friday, Feb. 28 from 10:38 to 2:00 p.m. - Permission slip required - see Ms. Abbas.

  • Period A shortened on Friday, Feb. 28.  At 1:35 p.m. all period A classes will end.  At this time, classes will be called down to the auditorium to watch the performance of I Never Saw Another Butterfly.  This is the drama club’s play that will be performed at Drama Fest over the weekend. The play ends at the 2:30 p.m. No study hall.  Any girl who is in both the primary cast of the play and also in SFX will not attend the SFX field trip.  

  • Grade 9 Team Activities Form: Mrs. Mustone emailed a Google form regarding team activities to all Grade 9 Students. Please fill out form ASAP. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Mustone.


  • PT Lifeguard Position: Any student certified in CPR and is interested in a part time lifeguard position, please see Mrs. DelGenio in School Counseling.

  • STEM Final Reports Due: This is a reminder for all STEM Fair students.  Your Final Reports are past due.  Please be sure to submit in Google Classroom.  You are also required to sign up for a final 30-minute meeting with Dr. Perito on Sigh-Up Genius.  The link can be found on Google classroom.  If you do not sign up for a slot before the end of today, one will be assigned to you. Be sure to bring all of your materials for review.  In addition to the one-to one meetings, there will be a brief whole-group meeting on Wednesday at 2:30 PM in room 228. ALL students must attend.

  • You are invited to the Black History Month Film Premier of "Race- The Story of Jesse Owens” showing on March 4th at 3:30 pm in room 125. The film will be followed by a discussion with the principals. Advanced sign-up is required and must be done by Friday, Feb. 28th. Boys sign-up at the front desk with Ms. Reardon and girls sign-up in the learning commons with Ms. Moccia. Refreshments will be served following the discussion. All are welcome.
  • Drama Club:  Cast and Crew are called from 3-8 tonight.

  • All International Students taking an AP course must see Mrs. Di Marco before 3:00 PM today.

  • All students participating in the STEM Fair must sign up to attend a mandatory one-hour meeting for either Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon. Please check Google classroom for the link to Sign-Up Genius.

  • It’s time for the annual MC 30 Day Pushup/Pullup Challenge. Visit @MC30Day, the 30 Day Challenge Google Classroom, or see Mr. Kissel to join in for the chance to challenge yourself, show off your strength, and win the much-coveted 30 Day Challenge Champion T-Shirt. You must sign up by Friday, February 14. All are welcome.
  • Women’s Day of Recollection:  Save the Date!  Moms, grandmothers, aunties, alumnae and other adult friends of are all cordially invited to attend the annual Women’s Day of Recollection on Sunday, March 29th, taking place at MC beginning at 11 am. Centering meditation will be offered at 11:20 am following coffee reception.  Mass will begin at noon, followed by an elegant luncheon, and the Honorable Regina L. Quinlan Doherty (retired Superior Court Judge) will be the featured guest speaker. Raffle baskets and dessert will complete this wonderful day! Tickets will be available soon. If you are interested in assisting with this event or would like more information, please email Kathleen McGourthy at or Deb Walsh at
  • Any STEM Fair student who has not yet picked up their presentation board, please see Dr. Perito in room 228 immediately after school

  • Make-A -Wish Club  Meeting- Feb. 26th at  6 p.m. - 7 p.m. MPR  Refreshments served. Faculty, Parents, and Students who are interested in participating, please feel free to join. 

  • Academic Enrichment will NOT meet in room 124 today. Please proceed to the Learning Commons to complete your homework. 

  • STEM:  There is a brief, but mandatory meeting for all STEM Fair students TODAY at 2:30 in room 228.  Please be sure to bring your presentation boards, notebooks, and binders with you.

  • LACROSSE:  MANDATORY meeting TODAY, Wednesday, 2/26 at 2:30 in Room 106.  If you are interested or committed to playing lacrosse, you must be at this meeting.  If you cannot make it to the meeting please email Mr. McCarthy at .

  • Bread of Life- Join us on Tuesday, March 3rd from 2:45 to 7:15pm.  Together we will prepare and serve dinner to families in need in the Malden community!  Permission slips are at the front desk for boys and in the Learning Commons for girls. 

Campus Ministry:

  • Bread of Life- Join us on Tuesday, March 3rd from 2:45 to 7:15pm.  Together we will prepare and serve dinner to families in need in the Malden community!  Permission slips are at the front desk for boys and in the Learning Commons for girls. 

  • Buy a Bed- Congratulations to Mr. Casey’s 10th grade boys in Period C.  Together they raised $601.00 for Buy a Bed.  Congratulations to Mr. Casey as well for inspiring his boys to dig deep and contribute to this great cause.  His 5 Theology classes raised a total of 1,754! Way to go gentlemen!  A big thank you to all who gave to this Campaign.  the Theology classes in both the Boys and Girls Schools raised a grand total of $4,428! That means 49 beds to local families in need.  

  • Hunger for Justice Retreat-Join your MC campus ministers Dr. Baccari and Ms. Foley as this retreat moves to St. John the Baptist parish in Quincy. Hundreds of other teens from the Archdiocese of Boston will come together on Good Friday and Holy Saturday fasting, serving the poor in the Greater Boston area, and experiencing God’s love and mercy in the sacraments. Here is the website to learn more information about it.  Please email or see Ms. Foley with any questions or concerns you may have.

    Here is a video to see the highlights on the retreat from a few years ago.

    Retreat online registration:                                                                                                                             Students attending the retreat will receive 20 hours of service.  If you are interested in being a group leader of students at the retreat. 

Apply here:

Keep in mind that student leaders need must also attend a leader retreat Saturday, March 14th at 2pm to Sunday, March 15th at 7pm. Leaders can receive up to 35 hours of service.