Announcements for Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Today is Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Faculty Meeting Order, Day 7
- All pe classes will meet today in the commons.
- The varsity soccer team will face St. Paul’s in the LHSAA Division 1 state championship game on Saturday night at the University of Lafayette Ragin’ Cajun Soccer Stadium starting at 7:00. Admission price is $10.00. Note that student ID’s are not accepted at the gate for LHSAA championship events.
- Friday will be a Blue and White Day. Wear a blue, white, or blue and white collared shirt or a Jesuit imprinted t-shirt to show your Blue Jay Spirit.
- The Calliope Art Committee will meet today during the first half of lunch in Room 221.
All Sodality levels will meet today during the second half of lunch. Seniors will meet in the chapel. Juniors and sophomores will meet in their rooms.
Did you know that you can play chess with pen and pencil? But the game always ends in a draw. For this and other fun hints, meet with the Chess Club this afternoon at 3:00 in Room 332.
- Slam n Jam T-shirt order forms and money are due tomorrow to the Student Council office, Room 113.
- Letterman jacket and stripe distribution for football, swimming, and cross country will take place tomorrow during the first half of lunch in the first floor hallway near the switchboard. State championship patches for swimming may also be picked up at this time.
- Students who were recommended to take science honors courses for next year are reminded to turn in the agreement form by tomorrow to Mrs. Tassin in Room 317.
- Top’s Tip of the Day: If you want respect – give it.
- Today’s Black History Month fact of the day, brought to you by the St. Peter Claver Club: Mardi Gras Indian tribes can often be spotted roaming the streets of New Orleans, particularly on Mardi Gras day and St. Joseph’s day. The tribes evolved as a way for black New Orleanians to celebrate the carnival season, from which they were excluded at the time. Mardi Gras Indian tribes, complete with Chiefs, wild men, spy boys, and flag boys, along with their unique means of communicating with one another are directly referenced in popular New Orleans music. Songs like Iko, Iko by the Dixie Cups, Hey Pocky Way by the Meters, and Big Chief by Professor Longhair are among the many that pay homage to Mardi Gras Indians.