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Published on
February 21, 2024
Written by
Jen Quint

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.

AP RESEARCH - Lainey Behmer is performing an AP Research project about the relationship between politics, religion, and abortion-related terms. If you're interested in participating in the study, please fill out the consent form and bring it with you to the Focus Time on Thursday (2/15) where you'll complete the survey. You can print the consent form by clicking on this link, or come and see Lainey for one. Hope to see you on Thursday!

AP RESEARCH - Opportunity to Earn Money! Andy Quint is issuing surveys to study how stressed our students are at CC. If you participate, you will be placed into a drawing to receive a $10 Amazon gift card. To participate, sign the following form and have a parent sign. The study will be two surveys that will be taken during a focus period on Thursday 2/22. Consent Form

FASHION CLUB NEWS - The Fashion Club is currently in need for models, ladies and gentlemen, to participate in a fashion show that is being held by the CC Fashion Club on April 13th. No experience necessary, but certainly welcomed! This is the the sign up form for anyone interested:

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - St. Paul the Apostle is hiring several part-time Child Care Assistants to work the after school care program. Hours will be 3:00-5:30 Monday-Friday. We are looking for assistants to work with school age, preschool, and toddler age children. This is a perfect opportunity for college or high-school students looking for some extra income. Days can be flexible to accommodate class schedules. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Candidates must meet the following qualifications:

  • Over 18 years old or able to obtain a work permit
  • Enjoys working with children
  • CPR and First Aid Certified or willingness to be trained (employer will pay for training)
  • Blood Borne Pathogens training (employer will organize training if not yet trained)
  • Must have or willing to take Virtus – Protecting God’s Children Training (employer will organize training if not yet trained)

Please send electronic letters of interest and resumes, along with an employment application to:

St. Paul the Apostle Catholic School, Sarah Kleinschmit, Early Childhood Director,

GRPD YOUTH POLICE ACADEMY - Applications are now being accepted for the GRPD Youth Police Academy. On-line applications are available at following web address: and paper copies of the applications are available in the Counseling office. The GRPD Youth Police Academy runs Monday, July 15th - Friday, July 19th, and is free to those who attend with a uniform - lunch is also provided.

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


  • Wednesday, February 21 - Chicken Pot Pie & Biscuit, Applesauce
  • Thursday, February 22 - Hot Italian Sub (Ham, Pepperoni & Cheese), Pasta Salad, Grapes
  • Friday, February 23 - Cheese Pizza, Veggie, Fruit

BLESSING OF THE DAY - May God who knows your grief bless you with the gradual awareness that there is no dying that cannot be transformed into life beyond imagining. May God rise and be revealed to you in your loss just as surely as the flower emerges from the dying seed and the butterfly from the abandoned cocoon. May this ever faithful God be with you and gently stir hope into your grieving. May the Faithful God bless you. --Maxine Shonk, OP

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