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Wednesday, October 17, 2018



School for Boys:

  • There will be College Admissions Representatives from both Salve Regina University and the University at Buffalo the State University of New York on hand Thursday, October 18th. If interested, please sign up on Naviance and plan on meeting at 9:35 A.M.
  • A college representative from Stonehill College will be in the School Counseling office conducting one-on-one interviews on Friday, October 19th from 9:15 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. If you are a senior and interested in having an interview, please see Mrs. DelGenio in School Counseling for a designated time slot.
  • Mrs. Davidson-Heller is looking for students to help clean and set up the two glass cases in the library (before Open House on the 25th. Christian Service Hours will be given. Please stop by if you are interested.

School for Girls:

  • Mrs. Davidson-Heller is looking for students to help shelve books. Christian Service hours will be given.

  • Extracurricular:

  • Codivisional:

    • Mrs. Davidson-Heller is looking for students who are interested in working on a 3D puzzle of Diagon Alley (from Harry Potter 's The Prisoner of Azkaban). You can work before, during, or after school. Please stop by the Learning Commons if you are interested.

    School for Boys:

    • Spanish Club Day of the Dead Coloring Contest. Submissions are due on October 31st.

    School for Girls:


    • Come enjoy freshly cooked burgers and hotdogs on Thursday night at 5:00 P.M. and then stay to cheer on the Varsity Soccer team as they take on Catholic Conference rival CM on their senior night @ 6:00 P.M.
    • All student-athletes participating or trying out for a winter sport must register in FamilyID by October 19th. Any student-athlete not registered for Winter Athletics through their FamilyID account will not be allowed to participate in try-outs or practice. There is a 24-hour turnaround period between registration and eligibility to participate. There can be no exceptions! First-time FamilyID users, please enter your information through the FamilyID link found on the Athletic page of the MC website, it will remain for each family member for multiple uses and multiple programs. Those who already have a FamilyID account, just sign in, “click” your sport, and “Submit.” Please make sure that you son/daughters physical is up to date and uploaded to the site.

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    Campus Ministry:

    Upcoming Service Events

    You must register on x2Vol before the event. This is the only method to sign up.

    • Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, 6:1 5 -8:15 P.M.- iPods for Wounded Vets Load the truck for the next iPods for Wounded Veterans trip Burlington Self-Storage, 114 West St., Wilmington, MA - 5 volunteers needed
    • Oct. 23, 24, 27. A parent chaperone is needed for the trip to Augusta, ME. MC alum David Sarno will greet the team in Maine as iPods will travel there to deliver tech items at the VA. Please register on x2Vol before events take place.
    • Wednesday, October 24, 7:00 P.M. – 9 P.M. -iPods for Wounded Vets Meet and give back to wounded veterans, distribute technology Pleasant Street Apartments, 10 Pleasant St. Beverly MA - 2-3 volunteers needed
    • Saturday, October 27, 7:15 A.M. – 8:00 P.M. -iPods for Wounded Vets Visit VA Hospital in Augusta, ME., give technology to wounded veterans Depart from 10 Waltham St, Wilmington, MA - 6 volunteers are needed.
    • Monday, October 29, 4:00 P.M. Harvest on the vine Set-up to distribute food to needy families. Harvest on the Vine is located in the former St. Catherine’s Annex building on Vine Street. To learn more, please call 617-990-7314 or email
    • Tuesday, October 30, 7:00 P.M. Harvest on the Vine Distribute food to needy families. Harvest on the Vine is located in the former St. Catherine’s Annex building on Vine Street. To learn more, please call 617-990-7314 or email

    Other Events:

    • Sunday, November 18, Scarlett Lewis at 6:30 P.M. Saint Maria Goretti Church 112 Chestnut Street, Lynnfield. Sponsored by the Lynnfield Clergy Association. Lewis -- mother of Jesse, a victim of the 2012 Sandy Hook tragedy -- will be speaking on the “Choose Love Movement”.


    For Parents:

    • Book Club will meet Tuesday, October 23rd at 6:30 P.M. in the schools Hospitality Suite (2nd Floor) to discuss The Extraordinary Life of Same Hell by Robert Dugoni.
    • Mothers in Prayer group meets every Thursday 7:00 – 7:30 A.M. in the Hospitality Suite on the 2nd floor. Mothers and Grandmothers and all who care for our sons and daughters are always welcome! Please email Judy at for more info.