MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL: I hope everyone enjoyed the long weekend and were able to get some much needed rest. Our freshmen, sophomore and junior students will have their retreats this week. They will have the opportunity to grow in their faith and bond with each other. We wish them well and ask that you please keep them in your prayers. The winter sports are into the post season tournaments and we wish the bowlers, swimmers, and boys and girls basketball teams good luck.
Joe Jasinski Principal
ATTENTION SENIORS: Seniors: The yearbook will be extending the deadlines for senior portraits and baby pictures until May 1. If you choose to participate, please send pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer to have it scanned, please send it in a ziplocked bag with the name of the student. We will return them as soon as we are sure it will be appropriate for printing. If you do not send a senior portrait, we will use the school's picture taken at the beginning of the school year.
Also, if you have not turned in a senior will, please do so immediately.
Thanks for assisting us in developing the yearbook.
IRISH CHESS CLUB SIGN UPS CHECK MATE! We are looking for students interested in participating in an Irish Chess Club at Fisher Catholic. This would be a club that would meet a few times a month to play chess, learn more about the game, have fun, and possibly compete against other chess clubs in the future. If any students are interested in participating in an Irish Chess Club, please see Ms. Kilbarger in the principal's office by Wednesday, March 1st, to sign up! QUIZ TEAM NEWS: Well, We did it! Saturday at Northmont High School the Fisher Catholic History Team took 1st place. They qualified for National History Bowl in Washington, DC in April. Our own Hunter Wobruba took 1st place in the History " Bee", an individual competition rather like a spelling bee. Carter Corcoran took 5th place. Competing in the Varsity History Bowl for Fisher were: Hunter Wotruba, Carter Corcoran, Zach Vogel and Alex Blackston. Our JV team also played well and may qualify based on total points earned. Playing for the JV team were: Noel Corby, Asher Carr, Fran Druzin and Micaela Anders. Congrats to both teams who worked so hard and did so well in history.
Our Mid-State Academic League play continues. Fisher Catholic is still undefeated, but we have yet to play our main rival, Granville whom we will meet on February 22. Thanks for your continued support. Remember if you can help us on Wednesday, March 8 by serving food or setting up, Pleaae volunteer. We need you from 2:45 to 3:45. Please send me a quick email.
Lynn Stevenson and Mike Sedlack Coaches
NET MISSIONARIES: February 21-23, NET Missionaries will be leading our class retreats to 9th-11th grades. They are young men and women from all over the country (and world) who specialize in working with and doing retreats for middle and high schools. The retreats will take place at St. Mark's Catholic Church for the freshmen and juniors, Feb. 21 and 23, respectively. The sophomore retreat will be on February 22 in the Spirit Center at St. Marys Catholic Church.
Andrew Maynard, Campus Minister
GIRLS' BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT: Fisher Catholic vs. Granville Christian
Wednesday, February 22 @ Fisher Catholic High School 7:00pm
Come out and support the girls' basketball team!
PARISH MISSION AT ST. MARY: St. Mary of the Assumption, Lancaster, invites you to attend their Parish Mission presented by Fr. Thomas Blau, OP on the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. The Mission will be offered Monday - Thursday, March 6 - 9 at 7 pm in the church. Tuesday evening's session will also include the celebration of the Lord's Mercy in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Hope to see you there!