Announcements for Monday, December 18, 2023
Today is Monday, December 18, 2023
Second Quarter Exam Schedule
- Today’s exams are theology and science. Tomorrow’s exams are English, Biology 2, Chemistry 2, and Computer Studies.
- Students should not be in the hallways between exam periods. Students may be in the Commons, Resource Center, or the yard during this time.
- Jesuit’s MCJROTC Unit will sponsor a Christmas Dance and Karaoke Contest this Friday from 6:30-10:30pm in the Commons for all students. The cost is $10 per person and attire is semi-formal. Food and drinks will be provided.
- There will be a Navy/Marine Corps ROTC College Scholarship meeting Wednesday at 11:30am in Room 110 for all interested students. See Lieutenant Colonel Himel in the Marine Corps Junior ROTC Office with questions.
- The Phils “Holiday Happening” will take place this Thursday at 6:30PM. This showcase features special guests the Card Magic Club, as well as the Barbershop Blue Jays, the Radio Theatre Ensemble performing “The Nativity Play”, and our own elite Improv comedy team, the J-Troupe. The show will be followed by cookies, cocoa, & caroling on the Chapel steps.
- The cafe will be open before exams and during the break between exams this week. The cafeteria will also be serving pizza this week. Wednesday the cafe will close during the break.
- PH will be held in Room 231 on Thursday only; it will begin after the first exam and will continue as long as is necessary for justice to be served.
- On Friday night, Silent Night, the basketball team defeated Mandeville 65-50. Jude LaForge led all scorers with 20 points and Gus Laibe added 16. Brewer Nitcher picked up 13 rebounds in the victory. On Saturday, the basketball team defeated De La Salle 59-47. Brewer Nitcher had a double, double scoring 18 points and pulling down 13 rebounds. Gus Laibe had 15 points while Ben Cimini hit a clutch 3 pointer at the end of the third quarter that ended a furious rally by the visitors. The team has improved its’ record to 13-1.
- The Blue Jay wrestling team had a great showing at the KC Stampede in Kansas City, Missouri this weekend. The Stampede is one of the toughest tournaments in the Midwest with over 70 teams representing 13 states. The team finished in 7th Place, the highest finish in ever for a team from Louisiana, and brought home a cow bell awarded to the top 8 teams. Individually, with most weight classes being 64 man brackets, Spencer Lanosga finished in 2nd place representing Jesuit in the finals against another nationally ranked opponent. Bodi Harris also represented Jesuit on the podium taking 7th. Michael Barnett, Jose Rincon, Isaac Orillion, Harris Treuting and Jackson Calderaro all made it to the round of 12.