Friday eNews

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  • President's Blog

Dear Lancer Families,

This week has flown by with a mixture of happiness and horror. We are blessed that the happiness is here, at Kennedy Catholic High School. Students enjoyed their final Spirit Week dressing up and showing school spirit, our music department performed their final instrumental concert of the year, student-athletes performed at State, and groups like Forefront and Theatre celebrated their impact and successes over the year.

The horror played out on our phones and television screens Tuesday as a lone teenager shot and killed at last count 19 young students and two adults at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. There is often a loss of what to say in times like these, but our Superintendent Kristin Dixon tried to put her feelings into words.

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  • President's Message
Read More about A Message From President/Principal Mohs - May 27
  • Athletics

On behalf of Lancer Athletics, thank you to our incredible student-athletes who juggled academics, sports, jobs, play practices and performances, community service hours and COVID-19 accommodations this year and came away with so many successes and memorable experiences!  We could not do what we do without the commitment of the Kennedy Catholic community; our amazing coaches, assistants and volunteers; awesome transportation department; and generous Booster Club.

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  • Updates
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  • Academics
  • Highlights

Congratulations to junior Danielle D., who was granted two prestigious internships this summer! Danielle will be participating in  MASH (MultiCare Academy of Students in Healthcare) and the University of Washington's STEP (Students Exploring Pharmacy) Program. 

  • Student Life
  • Academics

Students in need of credit retrieval, wishing to engage in credit advancement, and/or those students who need to create more room for courses in their schedule for the 2022-23 school year will need to request approval from the Academic Office for summer credits. If interested in pursuing credits to be applied toward the Kennedy Catholic transcript, students should fill out this form using their school-provided Kennedy Catholic student email address. 

Students who have submitted the form linked above and received an approval email from Dr. Kuzmanich can begin signing up for coursework and start their summer coursework once the school year is completed. 

For those families interested in limited in-person options this summer, Kennedy Catholic will be offering Algebra 1, Geometry, US History, and Junior-level Theology (Ecclesiology and Sacraments) on campus this summer. More information on these courses can be found here.

All requests should be submitted by 8am on Friday, June 10.

  • Athletics

Several Lancer teams and student athletes are competing in post-season play. Be sure to check out the brackets to see where and when our teams will be competing. Ticketing for most post-season events is online only. You’ll find ticketing links as well as up-to-date game info at Lancer Athletics on Twitter @OurLancerNation.

  • Spring Sports
  • Athletics

Football camp for incoming 9th graders runs Tuesday, May 31 - June 2 from 6pm - 8pm on the Kennedy Catholic field. This three-day introductory camp covers all the basics and is a non-padded workout. To participate, please register for Summer Football and turn in a current sports physical to the athletic office (A108).

  • Athletics

Summer workouts are highly encouraged to get in football-ready condition. You must be registered for Summer Football online and have a current sports physical on file in order to participate. Organized Team Activities are open to Varsity and Development players throughout June and July. Champions Workouts (strength and cardio) begin in August for all grades and levels. Varsity only tournaments, showcases, scrimmages and camps are also scheduled throughout the summer. You can find team information and summer schedules here.

  • Campus Ministry

Seattle Nativity School is seeking volunteers to provide reading and mathematics classroom assistance during their Summer School and Academy. Assisting with schoolwork does not involve solving the problems for the students, but rather helping students to achieve skill and concept mastery in side-by-side learning. Volunteers will also assist in student supervision during recess and lunch. The deadline to apply is June 20, 2022. Visit their website for more information. 

  • Campus Ministry
  • Highlights

This amazing 3-day camp for high school men grades 9-12 with priests and seminarians from the Archdiocese of Seattle will provide participants the opportunity to learn more about the priesthood, to deepen their faith, and to better discern God’s call in their lives. Space is limited to 60 participants. Please note: participant age has changed to high-school-age only. Also, the nominal $50 fee can be waived in cases of need. Email the Office of Vocations with questions.  

Check out the flyer here!

  • Campus Ministry
  • Highlights

If you’re looking for a job to make a difference while having fun, camp is for you. You’ll help campers make friends, grow in their faith, and unplug from technology for a week all while playing outdoors. Not only will you help campers, you’ll grow in your faith, leadership skills, and make some of the best friends you’ll have for life. Through one of our jobs or internships boost your resume with real world experiences. Staff must be 16 years of age by July 1. Non-Catholics are welcome!

Now Hiring: Caring, Hard Working, Faith-Filled Adults to Serve as Leaders
Season salaries starting at $3,000 plus room and board.  Staff working date: June 19-August 12

Apply here

  • Highlights

The City of Bellevue is currently seeking Lifeguard and Swim Instructors to work at the Bellevue Aquatic Center and City of Bellevue Beach Parks. These positions offer flexible hours in a fun work environment with the chance to provide a positive impact in many peoples’ lives. The City of Bellevue focuses on a team oriented approach to providing a safe and enjoyable Aquatic experience. Click here to apply.

  • Parent Groups

Kennedy Catholic Booster Club Open House
June 6 | 6-9pm in the Dillman Center
Snacks & Beverages

Meet the Booster Club Board, the Kennedy Catholic Coaches, our Athletic Director, Don Hoffman, and learn about their worthy mission to enable our Kennedy Catholic athletes to be competitive on and off the field. Get into the game! Go Lancers!