Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

  • Honor Council

    Honor Council will meet in the theater today during Advisory.
  • JV Baseball

    The JV baseball team won a slugfest with Collierville last night 14-9.  The JV Brothers were paced on offense by William Gossett, Brendan Phelan, Miller Sykes and Trenton McCarty.  The JV Brothers are back in action tonight at home at 6:30pm.
  • The Madonna Learning Center 5K on April 6

    The Madonna Learning Center 5k is pairing up with St. Louis Catholic School again this year, for an inclusive event for students and adults, of all abilities. With the 5k, we will be having a 1 mile fun run.  We will also have many volunteer opportunities, if your students would like to volunteer. Buddy Runners will be something new this year, where we will be pairing a typical peer with one of Madonna’s runners. It will be a great opportunity for inclusion and fun!! 
    You can sign up HERE  for the race and learn more information about the race.  A sign up genius will be coming out soon, for volunteer opportunities

    The Brothers ran their record to 2 and 3 on Wednesday by beating Lausanne 2 to 1.
    Leading the offense was Sr. Ben Brocato with 2 hits.
    Jr. Avery Hastings picked up the pitching victory by throwing 7 innings and striking out 9 while only walking 2.
    On Thursday, the Brothers dropped to 2 and 4 after losing to St. George’s by a score of 6-3
    Leading the offense was Sophomore Trace Heffernan with a homerun and a single. Sr. Reid Voss smashed a triple.
    Sr. JT Durham pitched great and had to settle for a really tough loss for the Brothers.
  • Chickasaw Country Club lifeguards needed

    Coach Shelton is looking for responsible and hard-working certified lifeguards to work at Chickasaw Country Club this upcoming summer.  Stop by room 116 for an application if you are interested.  If you aren’t certified, but would like to become certified, Coach Shelton can help steer you in the right direction.
  • Speaker Sign-ups for Career Day

    All students have been emailed the speaker selection link for Career Day next Wednesday, March 27.  You will select three speakers.  If you do not sign up for speakers today, they will be assigned to you.  All students be sure to check your email right now and make your selections! Your selections are final, so choose wisely.
  • Summer Service Opportunity

    Camp HOPE America, a week-long overnight camp for kids who have been exposed to domestic violence, is looking for camp counselors for the week of July 21-26. Counselors must be 17 years or older. Email Neva Bowers at nevabowers@gmail.com for more information.

    A FEW OPENINGS REMAIN FOR THE DRIVER ED CLASS.  CBHS Driver Ed class will begin Tuesday, April 23 through Monday, May 6.  Classes meet weekdays from 3:00 pm until 6:00 pm here on CBHS campus.  You may reserve your place in class now with a check for $260.  The $260 balance is due at the first class meeting.  Registration forms, which include all class information, are available in the Guidance Office.  Or you may visit the driving school website www.pitnerdrivingschool.com for information and application.  This class fills on a first come basis.
  • Missons Collection

    The mission collection scheduled for Thursday has been moved to next Tuesday.  That will give us a few extra days to collect for The Child Discovery Center.  Thanks for your continued generosity!

    Your parents want to see your scholarships listed in the graduation program.  Scholarship letters on university letterhead are required to be included in the graduation program.  Don’t forget to submit a copy of each scholarship letter you receive to Mrs. Orians in the Guidance Office.  Deadline is Wednesday, April 17.  Phone calls do not meet the letter on letterhead requirement!
  • Student Fines

    All student fines paid this week will receive a 20% discount off the remaining fine balance.
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