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    All Saints Day Mass

    Gym
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    First Friday Mass & Exposition

    Sacred Heart Chapel
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    CAL Basketball Coaches Association meeting

    Chapel Hall

    homecoming dance

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    Morning Meeting (Grade 11/12) - TC

    Chapel Hall

    Parents' Council Meeting

    Room 103
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    Middle School Drama Club Meeting

    Bell Tower Theater
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    Gr 9 Reconciliation

    Jr Drama

    Theater
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    Jr Drama

    Theater
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    Gr 9 & 10 Family Mass & Breakfast

    Chapel Hall

    Jr Drama

    Italy trip meeting

    Chapel Hall
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    Class of 2008 Reunion

    The Dorrance, 60 Dorrance St, Providence, RI 02903, USA
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    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree

    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree:  On Monday and Tuesday of this week we will have tags available on our giving tree located outside the Main Office.  This program coincides with our Christmas basket campaign. Each child for each family for which we prepare food baskets has a tag for a gift.  The tag indicates the gender and age of the child. Gifts should be returned to the school by December 12th. Gifts should be brought to Mr. Burke’s office with the tag taped to the outside of the gift so we can properly match the gift with the basket.  Students will be available to wrap gifts as part of their service experience. You may purchase one or more gifts for the child. Thank you for your generosity.

    Fall Sports Awards Night!

    Please be advised the the date for the Fall Sports Awards Night has changed to: Wednesday, November 28th @ 6:00pm.

    Lessons and Carols

    Dear Families & Friends,

          You are cordially invited to attend “A Service of Lessons and Carols” to be held at 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM on Sunday, December 2, 2018 in Chapel Hall.  This presentation will feature a series of readings that tell the story of Christmas based on an Advent theme.  Between each reading there will be music performed by the Mount St. Charles Junior and Senior High Choir, and Church Pit, as well as our Handbell Choirs and liturgical dances by the students from our dance program.  This promises to be a very musical and prayerful evening.  Tickets are free and we encourage you to request as many as you need, but please be sure that any unused tickets are returned as soon as possible.
          There are 220 tickets available for each presentation.  Tickets will be distributed on a first come first serve basis.

    Make-Up Assessments

    Make-up Assessments:  Students who need to take a make-up assessment have the following options beginning November 26th:  Students make take the assessment with the teacher if the teacher is free, or the student will stay after school and report to a designated silent room from Monday through Thursday. Parents will need to make arrangements for transportation. We hope that this new policy will provide a suitable environment for students to complete these assessments.
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    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree

    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree:  On Monday and Tuesday of this week we will have tags available on our giving tree located outside the Main Office.  This program coincides with our Christmas basket campaign. Each child for each family for which we prepare food baskets has a tag for a gift.  The tag indicates the gender and age of the child. Gifts should be returned to the school by December 12th. Gifts should be brought to Mr. Burke’s office with the tag taped to the outside of the gift so we can properly match the gift with the basket.  Students will be available to wrap gifts as part of their service experience. You may purchase one or more gifts for the child. Thank you for your generosity.

    Lessons and Carols

    Dear Families & Friends,

          You are cordially invited to attend “A Service of Lessons and Carols” to be held at 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM on Sunday, December 2, 2018 in Chapel Hall.  This presentation will feature a series of readings that tell the story of Christmas based on an Advent theme.  Between each reading there will be music performed by the Mount St. Charles Junior and Senior High Choir, and Church Pit, as well as our Handbell Choirs and liturgical dances by the students from our dance program.  This promises to be a very musical and prayerful evening.  Tickets are free and we encourage you to request as many as you need, but please be sure that any unused tickets are returned as soon as possible.
          There are 220 tickets available for each presentation.  Tickets will be distributed on a first come first serve basis.

    Make-Up Assessments

    Make-up Assessments:  Students who need to take a make-up assessment have the following options beginning November 26th:  Students make take the assessment with the teacher if the teacher is free, or the student will stay after school and report to a designated silent room from Monday through Thursday. Parents will need to make arrangements for transportation. We hope that this new policy will provide a suitable environment for students to complete these assessments.
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    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree

    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree:  On Monday and Tuesday of this week we will have tags available on our giving tree located outside the Main Office.  This program coincides with our Christmas basket campaign. Each child for each family for which we prepare food baskets has a tag for a gift.  The tag indicates the gender and age of the child. Gifts should be returned to the school by December 12th. Gifts should be brought to Mr. Burke’s office with the tag taped to the outside of the gift so we can properly match the gift with the basket.  Students will be available to wrap gifts as part of their service experience. You may purchase one or more gifts for the child. Thank you for your generosity.

    Lessons and Carols

    Dear Families & Friends,

          You are cordially invited to attend “A Service of Lessons and Carols” to be held at 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM on Sunday, December 2, 2018 in Chapel Hall.  This presentation will feature a series of readings that tell the story of Christmas based on an Advent theme.  Between each reading there will be music performed by the Mount St. Charles Junior and Senior High Choir, and Church Pit, as well as our Handbell Choirs and liturgical dances by the students from our dance program.  This promises to be a very musical and prayerful evening.  Tickets are free and we encourage you to request as many as you need, but please be sure that any unused tickets are returned as soon as possible.
          There are 220 tickets available for each presentation.  Tickets will be distributed on a first come first serve basis.

    Make-Up Assessments

    Make-up Assessments:  Students who need to take a make-up assessment have the following options beginning November 26th:  Students make take the assessment with the teacher if the teacher is free, or the student will stay after school and report to a designated silent room from Monday through Thursday. Parents will need to make arrangements for transportation. We hope that this new policy will provide a suitable environment for students to complete these assessments.

    High School Fall Sports Awards

    Gym
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    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree

    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree:  On Monday and Tuesday of this week we will have tags available on our giving tree located outside the Main Office.  This program coincides with our Christmas basket campaign. Each child for each family for which we prepare food baskets has a tag for a gift.  The tag indicates the gender and age of the child. Gifts should be returned to the school by December 12th. Gifts should be brought to Mr. Burke’s office with the tag taped to the outside of the gift so we can properly match the gift with the basket.  Students will be available to wrap gifts as part of their service experience. You may purchase one or more gifts for the child. Thank you for your generosity.

    Lessons and Carols

    Dear Families & Friends,

          You are cordially invited to attend “A Service of Lessons and Carols” to be held at 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM on Sunday, December 2, 2018 in Chapel Hall.  This presentation will feature a series of readings that tell the story of Christmas based on an Advent theme.  Between each reading there will be music performed by the Mount St. Charles Junior and Senior High Choir, and Church Pit, as well as our Handbell Choirs and liturgical dances by the students from our dance program.  This promises to be a very musical and prayerful evening.  Tickets are free and we encourage you to request as many as you need, but please be sure that any unused tickets are returned as soon as possible.
          There are 220 tickets available for each presentation.  Tickets will be distributed on a first come first serve basis.

    Make-Up Assessments

    Make-up Assessments:  Students who need to take a make-up assessment have the following options beginning November 26th:  Students make take the assessment with the teacher if the teacher is free, or the student will stay after school and report to a designated silent room from Monday through Thursday. Parents will need to make arrangements for transportation. We hope that this new policy will provide a suitable environment for students to complete these assessments.
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    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree

    Christmas Toy Drive Giving Tree:  On Monday and Tuesday of this week we will have tags available on our giving tree located outside the Main Office.  This program coincides with our Christmas basket campaign. Each child for each family for which we prepare food baskets has a tag for a gift.  The tag indicates the gender and age of the child. Gifts should be returned to the school by December 12th. Gifts should be brought to Mr. Burke’s office with the tag taped to the outside of the gift so we can properly match the gift with the basket.  Students will be available to wrap gifts as part of their service experience. You may purchase one or more gifts for the child. Thank you for your generosity.

    Lessons and Carols

    Dear Families & Friends,

          You are cordially invited to attend “A Service of Lessons and Carols” to be held at 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM on Sunday, December 2, 2018 in Chapel Hall.  This presentation will feature a series of readings that tell the story of Christmas based on an Advent theme.  Between each reading there will be music performed by the Mount St. Charles Junior and Senior High Choir, and Church Pit, as well as our Handbell Choirs and liturgical dances by the students from our dance program.  This promises to be a very musical and prayerful evening.  Tickets are free and we encourage you to request as many as you need, but please be sure that any unused tickets are returned as soon as possible.
          There are 220 tickets available for each presentation.  Tickets will be distributed on a first come first serve basis.

    Make-Up Assessments

    Make-up Assessments:  Students who need to take a make-up assessment have the following options beginning November 26th:  Students make take the assessment with the teacher if the teacher is free, or the student will stay after school and report to a designated silent room from Monday through Thursday. Parents will need to make arrangements for transportation. We hope that this new policy will provide a suitable environment for students to complete these assessments.

    Mock Trial

    Middle School Movie Night

    Chapel Hall
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