St. Louis Catholic High School
Thursday, November 14, 2019
Halo Highlight: Campus Security & Safe Environment
Dear Saints Parents,
It is a proven fact that one of the main reasons families choose to send their children to Catholic schools is the safety and security of the school environment. As a parent and educator, I agree with that. Teens in today’s world are faced with challenges and issues unlike any other generation. While our students and campus are not immune to these issues, we have the ability to support and minister to students and families in a unique way that sets us apart. Besides working closely with area law enforcement and the services of the K9 unit, we routinely administer drug screenings to students. We believe that these efforts can support families in assuring our students stay on the correct and safe path.
We follow our school and Diocesan policy when performing these services (See Section XI of our Student Handbook on page 41) and ask that you use this reminder to have open, honest conversations with your teen. We are here to support you! Safety is our #1 goal, and we will continue to make St. Louis Catholic High School an educational institution that cares and develops the whole student!
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"Be Our Guest" at Open House This Wednesday!
Do you know a future Saint? We hope they'll “Be Our Guest” this Wednesday, Nov. 20, for St. Louis Catholic High School Open House! Doors open at 5 p.m., and the program starts promptly at 5:30 p.m. Be sure to arrive early so you won't miss the dynamic opening number!
We are proud to present this year an à la carte menu where families can choose up to 8 sessions to attend. Each session will last 7 minutes with 5 minutes in between. Click here to view the menu and start planning your itinerary!
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Academics & Counseling
Q2 Winding Down; Extra Help Available at Academic Study Hall
The second half of Q2 goes very quickly, and the end of the quarter coupled with midterm exams can be taxing to students. Students should be diligent in their studies, paying attention to due dates and utilize Academic Study Hall Wednesday evenings or contact an NHS student for help.
Academic Study Hall is held every Wednesday from 5-6:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria for any Saints seeking subject-specific or one-on-one tutoring, homework help, or even a place to do a group project. Study Hall is staffed by two teachers and NHS peer tutors, so please join us - no reservations required!
*Open House is this Wednesday, so stay tuned to social media and daily announcements for updates on this week's Study Hall session.*
Dual Enrollment Request Forms Due Monday
If your student is scheduled for a Spring Dual Enrollment course, please complete this Course Enrollment Request Form and return it to the Counseling Department by this Monday, November 18, 2019.
- RECOMMENDED READ FROM OUR COUNSELING TEAM: Tips for Parents With College-Bound Teens
Take Advantage of New McNeese Scholarship Opportunities!
Pep Rally Friday Before 1st Home Playoff Game in 9 Years!
Tomorrow at 7 p.m., No. 5-seed St. Louis Catholic will play its first home playoff football game since 2010 against No. 12 St. Michael at Cougar Stadium. Read more.
We will hold a schoolwide pep rally Friday at 2:20 p.m. to wish our Saints good luck, and honor all Fall Sport athletes & Academic All State. Dismissal will be at the conclusion of the pep rally, as close to 2:50 p.m. as possible.
Parent Guild Awards Fall Grants to Enhance Student Life
The SLCHS Parent Guild's first-ever Fall grants successfully awarded $2,657.78 to fulfill teachers' requests to improve their classrooms and enhance student learning experiences. They are working on some additional requests as well. Parents, thank you for supporting our Parent Guild by purchasing St. Louis Catholic directories and items from Killer Dye and Queen of Threads!
And congratulations to staff members Chad Lavergne, Melanie LeJeune, Emily Pettaway and Mary Villaume who were nominated by either a parent or another faculty member for being "Saints Among Us" sponsored by Parent Guild. These teachers were recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty to help students! To nominate someone, contact Parent Guild President DeAnn Rosteet.
Friday, November 15
HOSA Meeting at lunch (Room #16)
Football Playoff vs. St. Michael, 7:00 p.m. (Cougar Stadium)
Saturday, November 16
Lady Saints Basketball at LaGrange Jamboree
Saints Basketball Jamboree (Krajicek Gym)
Saints Wrestling in Zachary
Sunday, November 17
Saints & Lady Saints Soccer Scrimmage, 2:00 p.m (SLCHS Field)
Monday, November 18
Tuesday, November 19
Lady Saints Basketball vs. Sam Houston (Krajicek Gym)
Saints Basketball vs. Sam Houston (Krajicek Gym)
Saints Cross Country at State Meet (NSU)
Wednesday, November 20
Open House (Doors Open at 5 p.m.; Program 5:30-7:30 p.m.)
Academic Study Hall, 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Swim State Prelims
Thursday, November 21
Swim State Finals
Priority Application Period Opens for 2020-21 School Year
Friday, November 22
LMEA All State Choir