MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL
Fisher Catholic Community,
In my second to last Friday update of the 2018-2019 school year, I am excited for the plethora of activities that are approaching! Today, we got to spend a wonderful afternoon at the Olive Garden for the Senior Lunch. Tomorrow, we celebrate Junior/Senior Prom. Monday morning at 8:15 we will celebrate the academic accomplishments that our freshmen, sophomores and juniors achieved this year at Fisher Catholic. Friday the 24th we will reflect and pray for our Class of 2019 at St. Bernadette's for Baccalaureate Mass. We will end with our ultimate celebration, Graduation, next Sunday! Please keep all of the students in your prayers, but especially our seniors and their families.
Our students have a lot to be proud of as they finish out the school year! Our boys AND girls track teams won the MSL Championship last Friday and are continuing their success in Districts this week. Our baseball team finished undefeated in MSL play and brought home the championship, and our softball team won the MSL as well! I joined the Quiz Team yesterday evening at AEP headquarters in downtown Columbus as they were honored at the "In the Know" banquet. They were 1 of 8 teams in a multi-county area that were honored and the only school with under 800 students. So many amazing accomplishments! Finally, congratulations and thanks to our band, choir and theatre group as they blew us away at the spring concert. A packed gym was truly entertained for over 2 hours! GO IRISH!
"I can do all things through him who gives me strength." (Philippians 4:13)
NEWS FROM THE ART DEPARTMENT
Art and Sculpture students:
This summer, as we have done in the past, we will be displaying our artwork and sculpture pieces in the City Hall building for the Lancaster Festival Artwalk. The work will remain up for people to see through the following Saturday morning. We need students to help set up the display on July 18th and 19th. I will let you know times in the weeks to come. On July 19th the artwalk starts at 6:00 pm. We will need student volunteers to help out that evening, greet and answer questions for those that come through. Last year we had approximately 500 people come to our display. Its a great way to present ourselves to the community. ALSO, each year we are to provide baked goods for the evening. We need people to make a couple dozen cookies, brownies, etc., each. City Hall provides drinks. Store bought cookies are a last resort so all bakers please plan to help us out that night. Again, more details will follow. Students will be required to pick up their work the following Saturday morning, July 27th between 9 am and 11 am. If a student cannot be there, they will need to have someone else get their artwork. I will not be bringing any work back to the school.
Put it on your calendar!
BID O' LUCK RAFFLE TICKET STUDENT SELLER DRAWING
Congratulations to Peyton Shockley for winning the $200 cash prize for selling a Bid O' Luck ticket. Thank you to all the other sellers. We could not exceeded our goal without you.
Tomorrow, May 18th
Cheers ~ Main Building
Top of the Hill
Dinner Starts at 6:30pm
Dancing from 7:00pm-10:00pm
FISHER CATHOLIC GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMP
FREE SPORTS PHYSICALS
2019 FISHER CATHOLIC IRISH GOLF OUTING
GUIDANCE OFFICE WEEKLY NEWS
NEXT WEEK AT A GLANCE
Saturday, May 18
Junior/Senior Prom 6:30pm - 10:00pm
Monday, May 20
Academic Honors Assembly for grades 9-11 8:15am
Baseball Tournament @ Berne Union ~ Beavers Field 5:00pm
Wednesday, May 22
Last Day for Seniors
Friday, May 24
Baccalaureate Mass @ St. Bernadette 7:00pm
Sunday, May 26
Graduation in Main gym 2:00pm
Monday, May 27
Memorial Day ~ No School
Wednesday, May 29
Last Day of School for Students (9-11)
Advisory School Board Meeting (in place for June Meeting) 7:00pm