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    MLC Art Experience

    Volunteer one on one with Madonna Learning Center Trainees as they experience art through pottery and painting. Classes are held on Monday afternoons in September through November. September 23rd Class included an outing to Bell Tower Artisans where you will not only assist the adult trainees on the pottery wheel, but you will be assisted by them as you make your own piece to take home. Volunteers are limited to 10 per session. No art experience is necessary, but always helpful. Volunteers must be ready to jump in and experience art alongside young adults with disabilities. Program is sponsored by GPAC Arts Education Fund. See below for class topics.
     
    September 16 – intro to pottery wheel and hand building
    September 23 – BellTower Artisans outing – please allow for additional time for travel
    September 30 – Pottery Class – practice what we learned
    October 7 – Pottery Class
    October 21 – Painting on Canvas
    October 28 – Painting and Glazing
    November 4 – Class reflection and prepare for art show
    November 11 – Art show and reception
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    Annual Clothing Drive

    Our annual clothing drive for St. Mary's Clothes Closet will be Nov. 4th - 8th.  Since we will be out of school Monday the 4th you will have time to clean out your closet and find gently worn men's pants (sizes 30-38), shoes and outer wear (coats, jackets).  Please bring your items to school beginning Nov. 5th.  House points will be awarded.

    Invitational

    Away
    St. George's

    Shadow Day

    Shadow Days are geared towards 8th grade students and families that do not come from middle schools that traditionally feed into CBHS. We understand that transitioning from a public or other independent school setting can be a scary proposition. Shadow Days are a great way for students to get a feel for the CBHS environment in and out of the classroom. Students will hear from Administration and Admissions Staff. They will also sit in on classes, have lunch, and tour the campus. Parents will have the opportunity to sit in on the info session, participate in a Q & A panel, and tour campus. If you are interested in the above type of visit, please provide some information on our sign up form that will help us cater the day to you and your student. Once you have signed-up, you will receive a confirmation to the email you provide below. The office of admission will reach out to you in the days leading up to your shadow day to answer any questions you may have.

    We look forward to sharing the Brothers’ Boy experience with your family and welcoming you to campus! Please do not hesitate to contact us directly when we can be of assistance to your family.
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    Annual Clothing Drive

    Our annual clothing drive for St. Mary's Clothes Closet will be Nov. 4th - 8th.  Since we will be out of school Monday the 4th you will have time to clean out your closet and find gently worn men's pants (sizes 30-38), shoes and outer wear (coats, jackets).  Please bring your items to school beginning Nov. 5th.  House points will be awarded.

    Faculty mtg-General

    Heffernan Hall
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    Annual Clothing Drive

    Our annual clothing drive for St. Mary's Clothes Closet will be Nov. 4th - 8th.  Since we will be out of school Monday the 4th you will have time to clean out your closet and find gently worn men's pants (sizes 30-38), shoes and outer wear (coats, jackets).  Please bring your items to school beginning Nov. 5th.  House points will be awarded.

    College Lunch Visit

    Heffernan Hall
    The following school will be in Heffernan Hall during all 3 lunches.
    Mississippi State University 

    Partner School Visit Day

    Heffernan Hall

    Freshmen Grandparents Day

    Heffernan Hall

    Donut Stress (for Parents)

    McCourtney Hall-Guidance Office
    Donut Stress (For Parents): Scholarships and Financial Aid

    Join the college counselors in the Counseling Center for coffee and conversation. Parents wishing to attend one of the Donut Stress Themed Sessions must RSVP to pmistretta@cbhs.org or jcallicott@cbhs.org at least 24 hours prior to the event.

    DeLaSalle Scholars Student & Parent Meeting

    Heffernan Hall
    9th, 10th, 11th grade only
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    Annual Clothing Drive

    Our annual clothing drive for St. Mary's Clothes Closet will be Nov. 4th - 8th.  Since we will be out of school Monday the 4th you will have time to clean out your closet and find gently worn men's pants (sizes 30-38), shoes and outer wear (coats, jackets).  Please bring your items to school beginning Nov. 5th.  House points will be awarded.

    ACT registration deadline

    Test date 12/14/19
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    St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen

    Prepare food for and serve the hungry of Memphis.

    1306 Monroe Ave, Memphis, TN 38104
    Direct
    Contact: Mr. Perry
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    Cross Country Banquet

    Heffernan Hall
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    Shadow Day

    Shadow Days are geared towards 8th grade students and families that do not come from middle schools that traditionally feed into CBHS. We understand that transitioning from a public or other independent school setting can be a scary proposition. Shadow Days are a great way for students to get a feel for the CBHS environment in and out of the classroom. Students will hear from Administration and Admissions Staff. They will also sit in on classes, have lunch, and tour the campus. Parents will have the opportunity to sit in on the info session, participate in a Q & A panel, and tour campus. If you are interested in the above type of visit, please provide some information on our sign up form that will help us cater the day to you and your student. Once you have signed-up, you will receive a confirmation to the email you provide below. The office of admission will reach out to you in the days leading up to your shadow day to answer any questions you may have.

    We look forward to sharing the Brothers’ Boy experience with your family and welcoming you to campus! Please do not hesitate to contact us directly when we can be of assistance to your family.

    Parents in Prayer

    Every Monday school is in session at 8:10 a.m. in the Brothers' Chapel. Non-denominational prayer followed by rosary for those who wish to participate. Every second Monday of the month the rosary will end with a short Communion service.  All are welcome Any questions or prayer requests can be emailed to laglassco@gmail.com.

    Bros. in Govt.

    Rm 115
    There is a meeting on Monday, November 11th immediately after school in Rm 115 for everyone attending Model UN.

    Pitner Driving School

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    Pitner Driving School

    College Lunch Visits

    Heffernan Hall
    The following schools will be in Heffernan Hall during all 3 lunches.
    University of Tennessee – Knoxville
    Xavier University - Louisiana
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    Pitner Driving School

    College Lunch Visit

    Heffernan Hall
    The following school will be in Heffernan Hall during lunch today
    Loras College
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    Pitner Driving School

    College Visit During Advisory

    Counseling Office
    Oglethorpe University will be visiting on Thursday, November 14th, during advisory in the Counseling Office. E-mail Mr. Callicott if you would like to attend.

    Partner School Visit Day

    Heffernan Hall

    Directors' Meeting

    Library Conference Room

    CBHS Hall of Fame meeting

    Heffernan Hall
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    Pitner Driving School

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    St. Michaels Food Pantry

    3863 Summer Ave
    Help distribute goods to people in need.
    Contact: Fred Freres
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    Parents in Prayer

    Every Monday school is in session at 8:10 a.m. in the Brothers' Chapel. Non-denominational prayer followed by rosary for those who wish to participate. Every second Monday of the month the rosary will end with a short Communion service.  All are welcome Any questions or prayer requests can be emailed to laglassco@gmail.com.

    Pitner Driving School

    Freshman Basketball

    Home
    Playing Fields - The Pratt House - Basketball Gym
    Freshman Basketball vs MHEA
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    Pitner Driving School

    Invitational

    Away
    St. George's

    Junior Varsity Basketball

    Home
    Playing Fields - The Pratt House - Basketball Gym
    Junior Varsity Basketball vs Wooddale

    Varsity Basketball

    Home
    Playing Fields - The Pratt House - Basketball Gym
    Varsity Basketball vs Wooddale
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    Pitner Driving School

    Mental Health Awareness Seminar

    Heffernan Hall
    “First Responder: A Mental Health Awareness Seminar” with Grace McLaren, M.Ed., sponsored in memory of Michael Feehan, CBHS Class of 2017, will be held on Thursday evening, November 21, from 6:30 – 8:00 pm in Heffernan Hall. The seminar is free and open to the public. Register online.
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    Pitner Driving School

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    Varsity Basketball

    Away
    Varsity Basketball vs White Station
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    Donor Dinner

    Heffernan Hall
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    Parents in Prayer

    Every Monday school is in session at 8:10 a.m. in the Brothers' Chapel. Non-denominational prayer followed by rosary for those who wish to participate. Every second Monday of the month the rosary will end with a short Communion service.  All are welcome Any questions or prayer requests can be emailed to laglassco@gmail.com.

    Junior Varsity Basketball

    Home
    Playing Fields - The Pratt House - Basketball Gym
    Junior Varsity Basketball vs ECS

    Varsity Basketball

    Home
    Playing Fields - The Pratt House - Basketball Gym
    Varsity Basketball vs ECS
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    Varsity Basketball

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    Varsity Basketball vs Overton

    MLC Art Experience

    Volunteer one on one with Madonna Learning Center Trainees as they experience art through pottery and painting. Classes are held on Monday afternoons in September through November. September 23rd Class included an outing to Bell Tower Artisans where you will not only assist the adult trainees on the pottery wheel, but you will be assisted by them as you make your own piece to take home. Volunteers are limited to 10 per session. No art experience is necessary, but always helpful. Volunteers must be ready to jump in and experience art alongside young adults with disabilities. Program is sponsored by GPAC Arts Education Fund. See below for class topics.
     
    September 16 – intro to pottery wheel and hand building
    September 23 – BellTower Artisans outing – please allow for additional time for travel
    September 30 – Pottery Class – practice what we learned
    October 7 – Pottery Class
    October 21 – Painting on Canvas
    October 28 – Painting and Glazing
    November 4 – Class reflection and prepare for art show
    November 11 – Art show and reception