A Message to Parents

Dear Parents,

Cathedral's 2015 "Carnival" Prom is Saturday, May 9.  Doors will open at 5:30 for both parents and prom participants.  Our Grand March will begin at 6:00.  Parents are invited to watch the Grand March from the upstairs bleachers.  Students will be served dinner at 7:00, and then they can dance the night away until 11:00 pm.  Ticket price ($35) includes a nice meal, and we strongly encourage students to plan to eat at CHS.  Having a meal with the dance means less driving around. We want this to be a safe and fun evening for all.  For parents, that means knowing and approving of your child's post-prom plans.  

We have been very clear with students about appropriate prom attire.  We just will not allow dresses that are too revealing.  This year that includes a new two piece style with bare midriff (not allowed).  Dresses cannot be too low cut, front or back, too short, or too bare.  We trust that parents will not allow our young women to come to prom in something inappropriate, which means that we would need to send them home to change. 

Cathedral's spring play, Superman the Musical is this week, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings.  Get your tickets in the Main Office, or call the Main Office and Rose will set them aside for you.  Grace Young sang a song from the musical Saturday night at Celebration of Seasons.  It was excellent - a great indicator of the show's quality. 

Thanks to the parents who helped chaperone Activity Night on Friday night.  Much appreciated!

Thank you to the 7th grade parents who supplied treats for the teachers today! The teachers and staff loved the fresh fruit, muffins, and scones.

Just one more reminder: we are holding a Spring Open House tonight: Monday evening, 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the Library.  If you have friends, neighbors, family members who would like to learn more about Cathedral, please encourage them to come and check us out.  All academic departments will be represented, and we can answer questions about activities also.  

It's never too late to join orchestra.  If your student has an interest in the violin, viola, cello, or bass, please encourage them to consider joining orchestra next year.  


Lynn Grewing