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Philip found Nathanael and said to him, "We have found him of whom Moses in the Torah and also the prophets wrote, Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph." Nathanael said to him, "Can anything good come out of Nazareth?" Philip said to him, "Come and see."

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Our first mandatory grade check will be Wednesday, September 26. Every fall student-athlete must maintain a passing grade in all academic classes and a GPA of 2.0 or greater. Those failing one or more classes AND/OR showing a GPA below 2.0 will be notified that they are on probation and ineligible to compete until they can bring their grades up to or above standard. Student-athletes will receive a form that must be completed and signed by their teacher(s) and then given to Mr. Reed. Once cleared by the athletic and academic offices, student-athletes will be immediately eligible to participate in sports.

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Applications for Tuition Assistance for the school year 2019-2020 will be available beginning October 1 and accepted for all incoming 9th grade, transfer and returning students. The application deadline is December 31, 2018. The application for Kennedy Catholic Tuition Assistance and the Fulcrum Grant have been combined into one easy application. To apply, visit our website to get instructions and the link to the application. Please apply as early as possible as applications are processed as long as funds are available.

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Campus Life

Please remind your students to check the lost and found racks in the Gym Locker Rooms for any items they may have misplaced. Locker Room lost and found items will be donated every two weeks starting Friday, September 14. If they have lost items outside of the Locker Room please remind them to check the Campus Life office. Found items are turned in every day. Thank you!

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If a detention/work crew is assigned to your student it will need to be completed within the week it is assigned. There are 3 opportunities to attend detention:

  • Wednesday - 2:50pm - 3:50pm in Room B168
  • Thursday - 7:00am - 7:50am in Room A023
  • Thursday - 2:50pm - 3:50pm in Room C236

Work Crew - late start blue days from 7:30am - 8:50am in the Campus Life Office.

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Campus Ministry

On Friday, September 28 from 9pm until Saturday, September 29 at 9am students will spend one night outside at Kennedy Catholic High School as a night of solidarity and reflection for homeless youth. The next morning, includes a presentation about the homeless in Seattle and a pancake breakfast. Campus Ministry is collecting much-needed items for the homeless in Seattle including: instant coffee, nutrition bars, fruit snacks, blankets, warm socks, razors for men and women and feminine hygiene products. Permission forms and lists of needed items can be found outside the Campus Ministry Office by the Chapel or outside B-223. Permission forms are due to Mr. Ralston by Monday September 24. There are a limited number of spots. This service experience counts for ISLE hours. Needed items can be donated in B-223 or outside the chapel.

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Students interested in learning Spanish while immersing themselves in service should consider attending an upcoming informational meeting for the Summer 2019 Guatemala Service Immersion Trip with Global Visionaries. The information session will be held on Thursday, September 27, during both lunches in the Chapel. There will also be a Parent/Student interest meeting from 6pm to 7pm in C180 on Monday, October 1. Students can earn language and leadership college credits on this unique service immersion experience. See. Ms. Lopez or Ms. Farrell in Campus Ministry for more information.

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This eighth annual Service trip combines service with others and a retreat experience. The selected students and teachers will travel to New Orleans, LA during spring break (April 21—April 28, 2019) to learn, work, and serve those affected by the 2005 Hurricane Katrina and the most recent flooding. This trip challenges students to deepen their understanding of service, faith, social justice and simple living by allowing students to put their faith in action. Students who apply must be 16 years of age by April 21, 2019. This trip will satisfy students' ISLE service requirement. Find more information and the application here or email Ms. Lopez. Applications are due TODAY at 3pm.

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