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  • Seniors
    • Turn in keycards/sleeves - 7:30-8:00
    • Meet with Admin - 8:00-8:15
    • Exit Interviews in CD - 8:20-9:30
    • Coram Deo - 9:30-10:05
    • Seniors will be dismissed by PA to line up as a class
    • Mass - 10:15-11:15
    • Pick up Cap and Gown, Baccalaureate Mass Tickets, turn in iPads and enjoy lunch on the mall together
  • 9th-11th Grades
    • Arrive by 9:30, those here before can wait in the Student Center
    • Coram Deo - 9:30-10:05
    • Mass - 10:15-11:15
    • A Lunch - 11:20-11:50, Carrier 6 - 11:50-12:50
    • Carrier 6 - 11:20-12:20, B Lunch - 12:20-12:50
    • Carrier 5 - 12:55-1:55
    • Carrier 4 - 2:00-3:00

IMPORTANT - SENIOR LANYARD RETURN - Seniors will need to return their lanyard first thing in the morning on Friday, May 10. Seniors will not be given their caps and gowns or Baccalaureate Mass tickets if they have not returned their ID and keycard or paid for the replacement

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH - The Mental Health Club will also be selling mental health awareness bracelets at lunch this week for $5. By purchasing one of these bracelets, you earn a dress down day Fridays throughout the month of May. This is a great opportunity for all students to learn more about mental health while also spreading awareness to the rest of the community. Thank you and have a great day Cougars!

COUGAR GEAR STORE - Here are the dates for the cougar Gear store for the Spring games in the stadium.  We will also be open for playoff games as needed.

  • Boys Lacrosse vs Mattawan - Thursday May 9th - 6:30-8:30pm
  • Girls Lacrosse vs EGR - Wednesday May 15th - 6-8pm

SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES - Are you looking for a summer job?  Check out the Job Board at for summer job opportunities across Kent County and beyond!  Entry-level, Full-time, Part-time, and seasonal opportunities:  

STEAM OPPORTUNITIES - She Innovates, She Leads: Inspiring Change for a Sustainable World is an in-person career exploration workshop for rising 9th-12th grade girls in Michigan. Our mission is to expose and inspire the participating high school students to the diversity of amazing careers in Michigan, led by their passions, and to learn about pathways that contribute towards sustainability! Hosted at Grand Valley State University's Innovation Design Center on Saturday, May 18th, the program will feature four rotating panels of professional women in leadership and STEM fields, with a GVSU collegiate panel at the end of the event. Parents can register their students here: She Innovates, She Leads: Inspiring Change for a Sustainable World Tickets, Sat, May 18, 2024 at 9:30 AM | Eventbrite


BEGINNING WITH BREAKFAST - A hot breakfast of the chef’s choice will be offered daily. All breakfast combos are served with fruit, juice, and milk


  • Thursday, May 9 - Sweet & Sour Chicken with Rice, Green Pepper Strips, Pineapple, Fortune Cookie
  • Friday, May 10 - Pizza, Fruit, Veggie 

BLESSING OF THE DAY - May the God of Comfort bless you. May God's care for you ease all that is troubling to you and reassure you in times of adversity. May you be encouraged by the whisper of God's love for you in the center of your being and may you rest securely in the arms of the One who will never let go of you. May you extend the hand of comfort to those around you who are in need of that same reassurance. May the God of Comfort be with you. --Maxine Shonk, OP

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