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School Events
Wednesday, May 18  All School Mass - 8AM

Friday, May 20
Box Tops
Free Dress Day

Saturday, May 21
Archdiocesan Chess Tournament at BSCS 

Tuesday, May 24
8th Grade Exit Presentations and Interviews  

Wednesday, May 26 

All School Mass - 8AM

Friday, May 27
8th Grade Mass and GRADUATION!!!

Monday, May 30
Memorial Day
No School  
No Falcon's Nest

Tuesday, May 31 
Third Trimester Awards Ceremony 1:30PM

Wednesday, June 1

All School Mass - 8AM

Kindergarten Graduation

Thursday, June 2
Last Day of School
11:30AM Dismissal
No Falcon's Nest

Friday, June 3
No Falcon's Nest 
Monday, August 22
First Day of School!!!
Dear Parents,

Some weeks ago I provided everyone with an overview of the class-specific events and presentations that occur at BSCS each year. In the spirit of sharing rich experiences with you, my letter to you today is no exception! Last week the 2nd graders delivered their biography presentations to one another and to parents. Students were given the opportunity to decide on and to research a famous person they wished to learn about. After reading about the person they selected, they hand-wrote their biography and then typed the final, presentation draft. The project included dressing up like the person they researched. They all did a great job of designing and depicting their famous person; persons such as John Denver, Blessed Mother Teresa, Sally Ride, George Lucas, and Julius Caesar to name a few. They did a superb job! The 2nd graders then went from class to class introducing themselves in character and taking questions from the other students. A first grader asked if they were nervous. The second grader who responded said that he was at first, "but when I concentrated on the script, the rest just slid off." Beautifully said!

All in all, our students are given these opportunities each year, they learn from a very early age to give presentations, participate in the Liturgy, give speeches, and perform in choir and orchestra. By the time they are 8th graders, they are posed and confident. On May 24, 2016 at 6:00PM, you are welcome to attend the 8th grade presentations. See for yourself how well students are prepared; see for yourself the quality of students that will be gracing high schools next fall; then imagine how your child will look when he or she is a BSCS 8th grader.

Suffice it to say that the fruits of the dedication and attention given to our students by their teachers prepare them for the next grade and beyond. A former BSCS student attending Regis Jesuit recently noted that many of the students in her classes do not know how to study. She not only knows how to study but finds her honors classes challenging but attainable as she is carrying an A average. A former student and 9th grader at East High School is in honor classes and is a budding artist. Last winter, he illustrated the children's book I wrote. It is now published, and he is an official illustrator now entering a drawing contest. Moreover, our students learn to critically think, problem-solve, study, and have the confidence they need to be successful.

I hope you consider my invitation to join me in
classrooms; you won't be disappointed!

God Bless you and your children,

Thank you, Lord Jesus Christ,
For all the benefits and blessings
which you have given me,
For all the pains and insults
which you have borne for me.
Merciful Friend, Brother, and Redeemer,
May I know you more clearly,
Love you more dearly,
And follow you more nearly,
Day by day.
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Parish Events
Mass Times: 
Weekdays: 8:00AM  
Anticipatory Mass:  
8:00 & 10:00AM

Children's Liturgy
of the Word
During 10AM Mass on Sundays 
8:00AM - 4:00PM 
8:00AM until finished
and again from
3:00 - 4:00PM 

Middle School  
Youth Group
5:30 - 7:00PM 

Saturday, May 28

Parish Festival after 4:30PM Mass

Sunday, May 29
Corpus Christi Procession

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  Saturday, June 11 
Grounds Maintenance and Clean-up 9AM

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