important reminder: if you haven't completed the Tuition Agreement form
for next year, your child's registration is not complete. Students have
completed and submitted their course registration forms here at school,
but registration is not final until we have the tuition agreement
paperwork. You may complete this paperwork online. Just click on the
online registration button on the front page of our website: www.cathedralcrusaders.org.
You may also print out the form and send or bring it in. We are
already working on next year's schedule. Students who are not fully
registered may not get into their first choice classes, so it is very
important that parents take care of this step.
Students in Grades 8 & 10 will be taking standardized tests tomorrow (Tuesday). The
Explore test is given to all 8th graders and assesses skills that are
included on the ACT. This gives us feedback on how well students are
doing in these skill areas. There is also a career assessment that can
help students begin to think about future plans and what courses are
appropriate to take in high school.
A reminder that Parent Council meets this Tuesday, March 17, in the Conference Room at 11:30 am.
The speaker this month is Rebecca Brown-Medvec who will be educating
and bringing us up to date on Cathedral's International Student Program. This is our last regular Parent Council meeting, so if you haven't had a chance to, please join us next Tuesday!
Global Issues class will be traveling to the Dominican Republic later
this spring. Baseball is very popular there because they have spring
training for some MLB teams there. The students are looking for new or
gently used shirts, hats, gloves, baseballs/softballs, and sweatshirts
that they will give to the needy. Check around your household or
consider purchasing an item for this worthwhile drive. The students
will be collecting items in bins in the Commons or Mr. McMorrow's room
(C116) until Friday, March 20.
will be helping our juniors prep for the ACT once again, although this
year we have decided to do this intense prep during the school day. This
means no schedule conflicts with spring sports, jobs, or Special
Friends. It also means that we will only be charging families for the
ACT book and a small stipend for the extra work that the presenters take
on. Junior parents should have received a letter recently with the
details of our plan.
I hope everyone is making plans to attend Celebration of Seasons on April 25.
It is so important that the whole community supports this important
fundraiser. This is Cathedral's big event, and it benefits so many of
our student activities.
Inspired and informed by Catholic tradition, our
mission is to educate people while inspiring them to virtuous lives.
Cathedral High School
312 7th Ave. N.
St. Cloud, MN 56303