March 22, 2021

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CMCP Pledges To Say Something

During the month of March, the CMCP community has been participating in the Say Something Call to Action event through our Theology classes and in collaboration with our Guidance department.  Say Something is a Sandy Hook Promise program that raises awareness about how to create a safer, healthier school and build a culture where students and adults look out for each other. This year, the focus has been on how to build a community of upstanders and how to acknowledge the trusted adults in our school. 

Throughout the month, students and teachers engaged in discussions about how to continue and expand on our Marianist pillar of educating in a family spirit. Our Marianist values encourage cultivating interpersonal relationships characterized by openness, respect, integrity, and dialogue. These discussions and reflections by our students and faculty continue to help us form an educational community with collaborative structures and processes.

Students wore green on March 19th in recognition of the program and came up with new ways to bring awareness to Say Something including creating emojis that can remind themselves and others to speak up. 
As shared by Grisel Crespo, Guidance Counselor, our students have learned how to recognize warning signs, discussed steps in keeping our school community safe, and have signed a pledge to Say Something and Be Upstanders!  We are incredibly grateful to the CMCP community for coming together and participating in the Say Something program. Should you have additional questions on this program, please reach out to Ms. Crespo at

Student Activities 

Members of the International Thespian Society participated in the State Thespian Festival held virtually this year from March 17 through the 20th. Congratulations to the members for their Excellent and Superior ratings as well as to club moderator Mr. Catalano!


Congratulations to all students who were recognized during the 2021 Academic and Service Awards Celebrations. We’re so proud of you!


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Upcoming Events

Palm Sunday 
Sunday, 3/28
Cards for Kids in the Hospital
(Hosted by Lions for Life)

Tuesday, 3/30 | 2:00 - 3:00 P.M. | Zaragoza Center 
Easter Break 
Thursday, 4/1- Sunday, 4/11
Classes Resume
Monday, 4/12
Cards for Kids in the Hospital
(Hosted by Lions for Life)

Tuesday, 4/13 | 2:00 - 3:00 P.M. | Zaragoza Center 
Women Engaged Meeting 

Wednesday, 4/14 | 2:00 - 3:00 P.M. | Belanger Hall 
Financial Aid Information Night for Juniors

Thursday, 4/15 | 6:00 - 7:30 P.M. | Virtual 
Sophomore Reflection Day

Friday, 4/16 | 8:00 A.M. - 1:35 P.M. | CMCP

Saturday, 4/17 | 8:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. | CMCP

Athletics News

VR- Girls Softball vs. Boca Raton
Senior Night 
Tuesday, 3/30  |  4:30 P.M.  |  CMCP
VR- Girls Flag Football vs. Hollywood Hills 

Tuesday, 3/30  |  4:30 P.M.  |  CMCP
VR- Boys Volleyball vs. Archbishop McCarthy 

Tuesday, 3/30 |  4:30 P.M.  |  CMCP
VR- Boys Volleyball vs. South Broward 

Wednesday, 3/31 |  4:30 P.M.  |  CMCP
VR- Girls Softball vs. Highlands Christian 

Thursday, 4/15 |  3:30 P.M.  |  CMCP
For more information about upcoming athletic events, including away games, please click here to view our entire athletic calendar. 

School News


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Important Updates

The latest announcement from Governor DeSantis regarding eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine:  Beginning this Monday, March 29, all Floridians age 40 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Beginning the following Monday, April 5, all Floridians age 18 and older will be eligible.
For additional information on the COVID-19 Vaccines, click here. For additional information on Florida COVID-19 Testing Sites, click here. Click here to pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital has announced the availability of the vaccine for Florida children and young adults ages 16 to 21 who are currently under the care of physicians or specialists for medical conditions identified by the (CDC) as posing an increased risk for severe illness associated with COVID-19. Click here for more information. 
The new CDC guidelines will recommend close contacts of those infected with the coronavirus should quarantine for 7 to 10 days after exposure, down from the 14 days currently recommended. Individuals can end their quarantine after 7 days if they receive a negative test or 10 days without getting tested.  
Click here for CDC travel guidelines as we approach spring break season.
Learn more about Social Assistance Resources in the city of Hollywood by clicking here. There are also free food distribution centers around South Florida. To find out more information about these sites or how to volunteer, click here. 
If you are not coming to school, do not fill out the Daily Screening Form - even if attending classes online. The Daily Screening Form should be completed by students who will be physically present on campus for that day.


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