June Dates


Monday, June 4, 2018

  • Graduation Photos – 1:00pm – DRESS UNIFORM
    o Reminder – White uniform shirts with collar
    o Picture envelopes will be sent home prior to this date
  • Students will wear their dress uniforms underneath gowns
  • Optional: Bring your graduation shoes to wear for the photo
  • Yearbooks to be distributed to studentsTuesday, June 5, 2018


  • Free Dress day
  • The students will have a rehearsal for graduation in the morning
  • Buddy Lunch
  • There will be a farewell school assembly for our eighth grade students at 1:45pm in Egan Gym. This is the younger students’ farewell to the eighthgraders. You are welcome to attend.
  • Students will clean lockers, desks, and classrooms. All personal itemsmust be removed by the end of school today.Wednesday, June 6, 2018

• No school for eighth grade students

Thursday, June 7, 2018

  • No school for eighth grade students
  • Students must report to the classroom at 6:15pm
  • Graduation exercises will begin at 7:00pm in Church. Other than the reserved auctioned seating, there are no reserved seats. The doors to theChurch will open at 6:15pm.
  • Caps and Gowns are to be returned to classrooms after the ceremony
  • A reception will follow in Egan Hall


  • No jeans or shorts
  • No sneakers (nice black tennis shoes are acceptable)
  • Young men must wear collared shirts under their graduation gown. Some students wear suit coats and ties -khaki and collared shirt are acceptable. It is HOT under the graduation gown.
  • Graduation dresses/skirts should be modest and length of dresses and skirts should conform to school uniform/dress code guidelines
  • Young men must wear collared shirts

Holy Week

St. John Holy Week Schedule

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

Read Matthew 21:1-11.

(for more reading: Luke 19:29-44 Mark 11:1-11, John 12:12-50)

Maundy Monday 

Read Matthew 21:12-20 and John 12:1-14. (for more reading: Mark 11:11-33)


Read Matthew 21:20-27.
(for more reading: Matthew 21:28-23:39, Mark 11:20-12:44)

Spy Wednesday

Read Luke 22:1-6 and Mark 14:1-11.
(for more reading: Matthew 24-25, Matthew 26:17-30)

Holy Thursday of the Lord’s Supper

(Last Supper): Read John 19:1-16 and Isaiah 54:7. (for more reading: Luke 22:7-52, John 13-17, 1 Corinthians 11:23-25, Mark 14:12-72)

Mass – March 29th at 7pm then

Adoration until 10pm in the Reservation Chapel

Good Friday of the Passion of the Lord  

(Good Friday): Read Mark 14:53-15:41, Isaiah 53:5-6, and 1 Peter 1:18-21.
(for more reading: Luke 22:47-53, 23:39-43, John 19:1-37)

Shadow Stations of the Cross at 2pm 

Liturgy at 7pm

Holy Saturday  The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night  Mass – March 31st at 8pm

Read John 19:38-42 and Romans 6:22-23. (for more reading: Mark 15:42-47, Matthew 27:57-66)

Easter Sunday

(The Resurrection): Read Mark 16:1-7 and Matthew 28:1-20. (for more reading: John 20:1-21:31, Acts 1:9)

Mass – April 1st at 8:30 am & 10:30 am

Lent and Rice Bowls

“Lent is the favorable season for renewing our encounter with Christ, living in his Word, in the sacraments and in our neighbor.” —Pope Francis



A letter from CRS about Rice Bowls

Dear Families,

During Lent our community will participate in CRS Rice Bowl, a faith-in-action program that invites us to encounter our neighbor, as companions on the journey, through prayer, fasting and almsgiving.

We will reflect on how an encounter with our neighbor can be transformative. We will see how our prayers, fasting and alms can support those worldwide who are forced to flee their homes to find safety or better opportunities.

As we prepare for this holy season, it is especially meaningful to come together in prayer as a family. Reflecting on the crosses of hunger, poverty and war carried by our brothers and sisters forced to flee their homes, we have an opportunity to also reflect on our roles in caring for them as members of our human family.

Please consider these suggestions in your family’s Lenten plan:

Use your CRS Rice Bowl and Lenten Calendar daily to guide your prayer, fasting and almsgiving.

  • Read the Stories of Hope and daily reflections to inspire your Lenten journey— and guide your Lenten almsgiving.
  • Prepare simple, meatless meals on the Fridays of Lent to eat in solidarity with our brothers and sisters around the world.


Visit crsricebowl.org/stories to watch videos of the people and communities you support through your Lenten gifts to CRS Rice Bowl.


We will collect your CRS Rice Bowls at the end of Lent, so stay tuned to learn more.


Thank you for participating in CRS Rice Bowl with your family.


P.S. Did you know that CRS Rice Bowl has a web page specifically for families? Visit crsricebowl.org/families for activities that will help your family grow in our Catholic faith this Lenten season.




 In Religion we are CELEBRATING Catholic School Week

January 29 through February 3, 2018

Vocation Speakers all week 

Monday, January 29 – Celebrating Your Community & Nation

  • Students are asked to bring a can of food for St. Vincent de Paul
  • Free dress

Tuesday, January 30 – Celebrating Our Volunteers

  • Thank classroom volunteers
  • Crazy Sock Day


Wednesday, January 31 – Celebrating Our Nation

  • Wear your favorite sweatshirt today
  • Enjoy singing America songs, review history of our beginnings, discuss sacrifices made to secure our freedoms

Thursday, February 1 – Celebrating Vocations/Teacher Appreciation Da

  • Students may dress like a teacher


Friday, February 2 – Celebrating Our Students

  • Purple and Gold Day – Homecoming activities- Purple and Gold Dress
  • FREE student lunch