1.An important message from Mr. Bjornstad:
If you have a son or daughter whose 16th birthday is after January 1, 2015 be
advised that the State of Minnesota is requiring that they document
their practice driving hours with a parent or guardian and submit this
documentation when they apply for their road test and license.
have provided all students with a form to do this in classroom driver's
education. If they have lost it, simply write down the date, times they
drove, and keep a cumulative total until you can get a new form from
State of Minnesota will require you to provide documentation that you
have driven 50 hours with a supervising driver of which 15 are night
driving. Or, if a parent participates in a parent driver education
training meeting this can be reduced to 40 hours of which 15 are at
night. The first opportunity to attend a POINT OF IMPACT parent driver education meeting will be on Monday, November 10 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Room S103 of Cathedral. Please rsvp to Mr. Bjornstad if you are planning to attend by sending an email to email@example.com
2. There is a Boys Soccer Breakfast and Bake Sale event occurring this Sunday, Sept. 28 from 8:30-12:00 in the Cathedral Cafeteria. Tickets are $8 adult and $5 youth. (Everything will be Nut Free)
3. The eighth annual China Town Hall meeting, coordinated by the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations (NCUSCR) on October 16 in
over 70 cities throughout the U.S., will open with a live webcast
featuring President Jimmy Carter, 39th president of the United States,
who will discuss U.S.-China relations. We will be hosting the webinar
here at Cathedral. President Carter’s talk will be followed by an on-site public lecture by Kongli Liu, Associate Director
of Academic Programs at the U.S.- China Institute at Bryant University
in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Mr Liu has more than 10 years of experience
in designing and implementing educational and cultural exchange
programs between American and Chinese universities and K-12 schools. A reception will be held after the talk.
Parking is free and the event is FREE and open to the public.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR 2015 CHS AFRICA MISSION TRIP BREAKFAST
FUNDRAISER & SILENT AUCTION. TICKETS: $10 ADULTS, $5 KIDS 10 AND
ST CLOUD COUNTRY CLUB
Sunday, October 12
8 – 11 A.M.
Sponsored by CHS AFRICA TRIP STUDENTS
A reminder that we are a Peanut and Tree Nut Safe School. Please read
the labels on anything that you send to school, either in your child's
cold lunch or for any event.
1. All senior pictures must be in by November 1.
The yearbook staff says the earlier, the better! Pictures need to be
at least 300 DPI, color or black & white. The photo must be
appropriate for the Cathedral yearbook (not provocative or too
revealing). These may be sent via email, disk, flash drive, or paper
copy to firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com. The picture will be placed in a 3 X 3 box. If the picture does not fit, the yearbook staff will crop to the necessary size.
2. Senior baby ads for the yearbook are also due Nov. 1.
Page Size Measurements Cost Options
Eighth page 2.75" by 4" $60 1 picture, 50 words
Quarter page 5.5" by 4" $80 1 picture, 100 words
2 pictures, 50 words
Half page 6" by 8.5" $100 1 picture, 150 words
2 pictures, 100 words
3 pictures, 50 words
Posted on Wed, September 24, 2014
by CHS Editor