Announcements for Monday, April 25, 2016
Today is Monday, April 25, 2016
Regular Order, Day 3
- The bookstore will be closed at lunch and after school, today and tomorrow. The store will be open only from 7:15 to 7:45 and at 10 minute break until Wednesday, April 27, at which time store hours will return to normal.
- All varsity quiz bowl players should meet today during the first half of lunch to prepare for the after school tournament today.
- The editors and senior staff members of The Blue Jay newspaper will meet during the first half of lunch today in Room 304 to plan the special senior edition.
- Applications for next year’s editorial board of The Blue Jay, Jesuit’s award-winning student newspaper, are now available. To apply for an editorial position, or if you are interested in being a writer or photographer for the newspaper, see Mr. Mahne in Room 301. Applications also are available outside the newspaper office, Room 207.
- Paintball club will meet tomorrow during the second half of lunch in Room 110 to plan clubs next outing.
- All members of the Media Club should meet tomorrow during the second half of lunch in Room 214 for a yearbook photo.
- The varsity baseball team will host Ouachita Parish will in the opening round of the state playoffs tomorrow evening with first pitch set for 6:00 at John Ryan Stadium. Admission price is $6 each for students, adults, and children (ages 6-11). Please note that student IDs are not accepted at the gate for LHSAA playoff contests.
- The Senior Prom will be held Friday night from 9:00 to midnight at Generations Hall. Tickets are on sale this week during lunch in the Commons. They are $35 in advance or $40 at the door.
- Seniors who have signed up for the Career Shadowing Program must see Mr. Genovese in the Guidance Office today to receive updates on their placement sites to contact.
Jesuit lacrosse defeated brother Martin 15-6 Sunday at yenni stadium to capture the 5th consecutive state championship. Rob Hinyub was defensive MVP and Max Murret was offensive MVP. Thanks to all the students who came out and supported your fellow Blue Jays