Blue Valley High School
BB @ Blue Valley
Originally a home game but changed home and away with BV for scheduling purposes after our snow day. Bus leaves at 4:30 pm.
Game Order in New Gym: A-Girls, A-Boys, C-Boys 2Q
Game Order in Older Gym: B-Boys, B-Girls,Manhattan Catholic Schools
Texas Roadhouse Dine Out Night
PTO has arranged a dine out dinner at Texas Roadhouse as a fundraiser.
Andy the Armadillo will visit the school at 1:30 pm to kick off the event.Manhattan Catholic Schools
What's Happening at MCS! Music Programs K-4 December 4th at 7pm
Principal's Corner - Advent is upon us
Advent is a joyous time of the year. It is the season of expectation of the Christ, and is somewhat penitential in tone. It is four weeks long, or slightly less, the first two focusing on Jesus' final coming as Lord and Judge. The final eight days anticipate his coming in history (Christ-mas). Since the tenth century, the first Sunday of Advent has marked the beginning of the Church year in the West.
The Christmas Season is the celebration of Jesus' birth and epiphany (manifestation). It is second in significance only to the Easter Season. Feast Days in the Christmas Season:
Holy Family-The Sunday after Christmas
Mary, Mother of God-January 1
Epiphany-The Sunday after January 1
Baptism of the Lord-The Sunday after Epiphany
The staff and I wish everyone a Merry Christmas!!!
MCS Advent Service Project
Dear MCS Families,
Advent is nearing and as we prepare for Christmas, we want to remember and serve those less fortunate than us. This year, for our Advent service project, Student Council is collecting new pairs of socks to be sent to families in Peru. Mrs. Lisa Barr, a former MCS teacher, spoke to students this week about her recent trip to Peru and about her guide who brings necessities to natives living high in the Andes Mountains. He mentioned how they are always in need of socks and Mrs. Barr brought this project to us.
We are asking families to donate pairs of socks to be sent to Peru. The only requirement is they are new, but they can be of any size. There will be a bin outside of the elementary gym and the Luckey gym and we will be collecting until Friday, December 14.
We are very excited to be helping this community of people and hope that students see first-hand how they can serve others less fortunate than themselves and how they can make a positive impact on others’ lives.
Thank you for your donations and support!
MCS Student Council