WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 16, 2019
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The Student Life Office hosted a Club Rush event on Thursday to make students aware of all of the exciting clubs, organizations and extracurricular activities that are available to them. At CMCP, students can choose from a variety of academic, art, service-oriented, and social clubs.
Eighty percent of our students participate in an extracurricular activity and many of those clubs were present at the annual Club Rush event to showcase, recruit, and answer questions about their particular organization.
Joining an activity is a great way to take make friends while developing and learning new skills and hone existing ones. Getting involved outside of the classroom is a great way for students to grow, shine and excel.
C-M CARES TSHIRTS
They will be on sale for $10 on stage during all three lunch periods until they are all gone. There are only 250 shirts, so don't be left out. Get yours early to make sure that you are able to get your size. All proceeds from the t-shirt sales will be donated to Holy Cross Hospital for Breast Cancer Research.
Homecoming Ticket Sales Begin
Encounter I Begins
Monday, 9/16 | 3:00 pm
Eighth Grade Parent Tour
Thursday, 9/19 | 8:30 am
Best Buddies New Member Meeting
Thursday, 9/19 | 1:45 pm
C-M Cares Volleyball Tournament
Friday, 9/20 | 2:00 pm
Ray Dass PSAT Classes
Saturday, 9/21 | 7:30 am
Grandparent’s Day Celebration & Liturgy
Sunday, 9/22 | 10:00 am
UPCOMING COLLEGE VISITS:
Monday, 9/16 | 10:35 am
Tuesday, 9/17 | 3:30 pm | AWAY
Thursday, 9/19 | 3:30 pm | HOME
Thursday, 9/19 | 5:30 pm | AWAY
Friday, 9/20 | AWAY
Friday, 9/20 | 7:00 pm | AWAY
What Students Are Saying . . .
My name is Munirah Marin and I am a member of the senior class of 2020. I have attended Chaminade- Madonna since I was a freshman. I have always been interested in serving the less fortunate and have acquired just about 300 service hours in my time here at Chaminade. I have participated in many activities such as beach cleanups, making sandwiches for the homeless, and The Bahamas relief donations drive.
Hurricane Dorian tore through The Bahamas and compromised the islands’ infrastructure completely. Rachel Tupler, a fellow senior class member, and I felt very strongly about helping and petitioned the administration about starting a donation drive immediately after hearing about the devastation Dorian had caused.
Our efforts to collect and donate much-needed supplies have made a huge impact. We thank you for your cooperation in helping our students participate in this relief effort. If you would like to keep donating you can always do so at The City of Hollywood’s fire rescue station through Friday, September 20th. We appreciate your support in living out our school mission and helping us to become, “caring participants and leaders in the service of the community, church, and those in need.”
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