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March 5, 2024
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  • Carrier 1 - 8:00-9:00
  • Carrier 8 - 9:05-10:05
  • Carrier 7 - 10:10-11:10
  • A Lunch - 11:10-11:40, Carrier 4 - 11:45-12:45
  • Carrier 4 - 11:15-12:15, B Lunch - 12:15-12:45
  • Carrier 2 - 12:50-1:50
  • Mass - 1:55-3:00

CONGRATULATIONS WINTERGUARD - Congratulations to our GR Catholic WinterGuard for placing fourth in Scholastic Regional A competition this weekend at the Hudsonville Invitational!  We're very proud of our kids as they represented both the Catholic Central and West Catholic programs. In two weeks the guard will be competing at the Jenison Invitational. Be sure to congratulate our talented ladies and wish them luck! 

DISCERNMENT & DONUTS - Are you trying to sort out what God’s plan is for your life?  Please join Campus Ministry in room 201 on Wednesday March 6th at 7:15am for Discernment and Donuts.  We will be hearing from Sister Collette and Sr. Jeanne d'Arc on their vocational journey.

TECHNOLOGY DRIVE - The Esports team will be beginning their old technology drive. They will be collecting old phones, laptops, tablets, wires, and other electronics with metal in them. They can't take screens, batteries, and certain other hazardous materials. Items can be dropped off in room 405. The drive will end at the end of the week of spring break(4/5). If you have any questions email carsonbanfield@grcatholiccentral.or

VOLUNTEER NEEDED - Enjoy running? And would you also enjoy a volunteer activity that involves running? San Juan Diego Academy is looking for a volunteer for the Total Trek Quest program this Spring at the school. TTQ is a program for 3rd to 5th grade boys that teaches them to make positive life choices through running, culminating in a competitive 5K at the end of the practices. A volunteer is sought for the Tuesday afternoon practices, which run from 3:40 to 5:10 p.m., beginning March 12 and ending on May 14. (There are no practices during Spring break.) All you would need to do is run with the boys and encourage them to keep moving toward their goal. Running times range from 20 minutes to 40 minutes. There will be two trained coaches present who will be responsible for actually running practices. If you are interested, or might have questions, please contact Tom Sarb at Thank you.

SENIOR YARD SIGNS - Celebrate your graduation and show your Cougar Pride! Order your double sided yard signs, complete with H-stake for proud parents, grandparents, and other family members! Signs are also a great way to mark open house locations! Cost is $35 each and all proceeds will go to the Senior All Night Party preparations. Orders are due by March 15, 2024. Please see this FLYER for additional information and how to order. 

SANP INFO - We are excited to celebrate our Seniors at the Senior All Night Party held after graduation! Plans have been made and we look forward to a memorable night! Our two goals for the event are to give ALL of the graduates a fun evening to celebrate together one last time and to keep everyone safe. With just over 3 months until Graduation, the SANP committee needs your help with a final push in registrations. 

  • Registration - We don’t want anyone to miss out! Register today!
  • At this time, we have just under half of the senior class registered.
  • Online registration can be found HERE

CAREER TALK - Today, Tuesday, March 5. Beth Boshoven will be sharing her expertise on Social Work with us during Focus Time. Sign up if interested.

FOCUS TIME - Freshmen & Sophomores - On March 5 (Focus time), you are invited to learn more about the training program and scholarship for golf caddies.  **Students do not need to have previous experience playing golf.  This training program allows a student to get paid training and employment at a local golf course in West Michigan with the potential to earn a FULL RIDE college scholarship. The Evans Scholarship is a full tuition and housing college scholarship for high-achieving golf caddies with limited financial means. Catholic Central has had graduates receive this award.  To qualify, caddies must meet the requirements of having a strong caddie record, excellent academics, demonstrated financial need and outstanding character.  To learn more, visit: Questions?  Sign up for the March 5 Focus session hosted by Mr.Passinault.

COLLEGE FAIR - National Christian College Fair - West Michigan is next month Wednesday, March 13, 2024 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm hosted at Grand Rapids Christian High School, Quest Center, 2300 Plymouth Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506.  Register to attend this free college event here.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES - For the complete list of scholarships, students can view the list HERE.

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


  • Tuesday, March 5 - Walking Taco (Beef, Lettuce, Cheese), Tortilla Chips, Salsa Cup, Mango
  • Wednesday, March 6 - Chicken Fried Rice, Snap Peas, Pineapple, Fortune Cookie
  • Thursday, March 7 - Pasta Alfredo, Garlic Bread, Side Salad (Lettuce & Tomato), Fruit Cup
  • Friday, March 8 - Cheese Pizza, Fruit, Veggie

BLESSING OF THE DAY - May the God of Living Water bless you. May God cleanse your perspective on the world around you, removing all that is unholy. May God refresh your spirit and renew you for the sake of the Gospel. May you be submerged and saturated with a deep sense of God's profound care for you and may this awareness wash over all those you touch. May the God of Living Water bless you. --Maxine Shonk, OP

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