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5/21 Daily Morning Announcements

May 21, 2018
By Karen Connick

Come to International Night today from 3:30-5:30 in the cafeteria!
 
Key Club will meet this Wednesday during Community Period in room 21. This will be our last meeting of the year!
 
All students and families are invited to the annual College Fair on Wednesday May 23 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm in Keegan Gym. Check your email or the Sunday newsletter for the list of colleges attending. See Ms Coddaire with questions.
 
This year applications for the Ignatian Family Teach-In For Justice are due by May 30th.  The Teach-In is a conference about social justice held in Washington DC.  Students from all over the country and the world attend this conference to learn about the role of their faith in the most pressing of human rights and social justice concerns.  Check your email for more information and a link to the online application. 
 
On Friday night, the outdoor track teams competed at the County Meet.  Emma White led the girls’ team to 18 seasons best performances with 3 of her own as she scored in 4 events won two and recorded a new school record in the triple jump (36’11.5”).
Ashley Turner, Sophia Pompeo, Helena Bolduc, Rosie Train, Evelyn Hanley, Mary-Kate Earley, Sophie Schuele and the 4x400m relay (Pompeo, Train, Hannah Galeucia, Bolduc) all contributed to the scoring. Owen Burke, Sean Tompkins and Giovanni Fornaro led the boys to a third place team finish and 26 season best performances.  Other meet highlights included Joe Baur’s personal record in the 400m as he won his heat running nearly 4 seconds faster than ever before. The 4x100m (Burke, Alex Baur, Paul Lussier and Tompkins) won the event with a new state leading time (44.54).  Christian Gilliam won the javelin (154’).  The 4x800m (Nolan Doherty, Donald Mahoney, Will Herman and Lawrence Bossong) also scored.
 

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