January 29 Senior Retreat meeting during Break, Black Box
Junior Parent Meeting Student Center 6 pm
January 31 Mandatory Junior College Process Meeting
(Community Period--see schedule change)
Jan 30- Feb 1 Magis/Ignatian Days Retreat
February 5-9 Winter Musical: ‘Once Upon A Mattress’ Wed-Sat 7pm; Sun 3pm
February 7 Omnia Art Show 5-7 pm
February 8 Spaghetti Feed to Benefit the Senior All-Nighter
Magis Bell Schedule Changes: Magis and Ignatian Days will take place on January 30th and 31st. So that seniors only miss one class cycle, we will move the block periods to Thursday and Friday of that week:
Monday, January 27th: Semester Break, No School
Tuesday, January 28th: Tuesday Order
Wednesday, January 29th: Friday Order
Thursday, January 30th: Thursday Order
Friday, January 31st: Wednesday Order
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Catholic Schools Week: In honor of Catholic Schools Week, dig out those old Catholic grade school sweatshirts and wear them on Friday (with school appropriate pants!) If you don’t have a sweatshirt from the past, wear Gonzaga Prep gear and show your Bullpup pride!
Student ID Cards: As we start the second semester, please have your ID card on you at all times during the school day. The cafeteria will NOT allow you to purchase food unless you have YOUR card with you. If you need a replacement card, please bring $5 and see Mrs. Benson at the Attendance window to get a replacement.
Great job by our Bowl Pups this last weekend!
GPrep Bowling Team 1 moved into 2nd place after a big win over Shadle 1. This puts Team 1 just in striking distance of Valley 1 for first place in Division 1. Top bowlers were Alex Holodnick with a 266, Ben Holodnick with a 219, Jake Simpson with a 216 and Ryan Voelker with a 202.
GPrep Team 2 won all 30 points this past weekend. The high game goes to Gabe Mack with a 158. GPrep Team 2 is 3rd place in Division 2.
Juniors - On Friday, January 31st, you will meet with your counselor during Community Time. Mrs. Hatcher’s students (last names A-J) will report to the main floor of the Student Center. Mrs. Long’s students (last names K-Z) will meet in the Black Box. This is a REQUIRED meeting!
Seniors: As soon as 7th semester transcripts are ready (approx. the week of February 12th), they will be sent to the schools you applied to via the Common Application. If a non-Common Application school requested your 7th semester transcript, please sign up on your counselor's door to request that your transcript be sent.
Show your friends some love! Pupcake Club is happy to once again offer Cupcake Grams for Valentine’s Day! See the attached flyer for more information and be sure to place your order by Friday, February 7th!
Spokane Schools Elementary Basketball program is looking for court monitors to help officiate our games in February at local elementary schools (4:00-5:15). If students are 16+ -they can earn about $18 a game and it looks great on a resume. If you are interested, please email Mr Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Lacrosse will be holding a meeting January 29th at 3pm in the Symposium Room
Sophomores! Are you interested in space, STEM, or networking with people with similar interests? The Western Aerospace Scholars Sophomore program is accepting applications for Spring 2020! This program is completely free to those who are accepted and features curriculum designed by UW and NASA. Applications close on FEB. 14th, and letters of recommendation are required so don't wait! Find more details and the application at:
If you have any questions about the program please email Lucy Nester at email@example.com.
Scholarship Opportunity - The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) is proud to offer scholarships to students in our region! Upload and submit a 1-minute video for a chance to win a one-time scholarship, up to $1000! Get more information at pnacac.org/student-scholarships Entries must be submitted by midnight Pacific Time on March 1, 2020.
Juniors: The Junior Scholars Program is all-expenses-paid--including travel. Students admitted to the program visit between February 18 and March 19. The application is live on the Reed College website and is due Monday, January 27. Students who apply for the Junior Scholars Program are juniors in high school (class of 2021), live in the United States, and from an underrepresented racial or ethnic background.The Junior Scholars Program welcomes highly qualified students to:stay on campus in a residence hall; visit classes in any of our majors and programs; attend a Reed information session and tour;engage with faculty, staff, and current Reed students.Please contact the program coordinator, Lilia Cohen, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-777-7511 with any questions you have regarding the program.
Juniors and Seniors: The college representative from University of Idaho will be here for another visit in the counseling center during community time(9:20-10:00) on Wednesday, Feb. 5th. Please stop by if you are considering U of I!
Want to learn about computer science and cyber security? There is a free event for students to learn more about these topics through a cyber capture the flag event. Please see the flyer below:
From Campus Ministry: If you would like to help with our weekly Mass in the Chapel of the Three Companions, please sign up here. If you are not Catholic and would like to serve, you may do so as an usher, gift bearer or as a lector (reading the scripture or prayers of the faithful.) Please be sure to check your calendar that you are available to serve before you sign up. We are thankful for your willingness to serve our community during Mass!