The Blueprint

Daily Announcements

  • BOYS Grades 9-12 interested in playing basketball this year at Bishop Chatard: There will be a callout meeting during homeroom in Coach Shaughnessy’s room (Room 109) this Thursday, October 18th.  We will discuss tryouts, schedules, and other things related to our three teams (Freshmen, JV, Varsity).
  • College information meetings will be held during Progress Report Night on 23 Oct. Class of 2020 parents, a college information session for junior parents will take place at 6:00. Class of 2019 parents, a financial aid information session will take place at 6:30. Both events take place in the Kyle Guyton Theatre.
  • Young men of Bishop Chatard are invited to join Deacon Rick in attending “Storm the Castle” Brute Night at Bishop Simon Brute College Seminary on the evening of Nov 28. Whether you are a young man discerning the priesthood, are open to the call, or simply want to see what life at a seminary is like, you are welcome to attend. Share a meal with the seminarians, hear a witness talk, go on a tour, and participate in evening prayer.
    Transportation will be provided from BCHS and back. Departure at 5:00 p.m. and return by 8:00 p.m.
    Contact Deacon Rick at [email protected] if interested
  • Current Bishop Chatard juniors and seniors are invited to join students from Roncalli and Cardinal Ritter for Summer Field Studies 2019.  Students hike, climb, camp, cook, swim, raft, backpack, play, and pray in a uniquely challenging program that teaches students to respect themselves, to become leaders, and to work to achieve their dreams. Most importantly, students learn to read from the Book of Creation that God has given us to make known His grandeur, wisdom, and love for each of us.  Over 2,900 students have participated in this unique outdoor experience.
    Dates:  June 10 – June 23, 2019
    2019 locations include San Juan National Forest and Mesa Verde National Park.
    Cost – $1,850 – The tuition covers all transportation, food costs, backpack, sleeping pad, camping and park admission fees, rafting fees, laundry, showers, and lodging expenses.  Students provide their own sleeping bag, daypack, and tent.
  • The Best Buddies donut sale is Wednesday morningbefore school. There will be no lunch served that day so this can be how you get through the day. $1 per donut or $10 for a dozen. This is their biggest fundraiser of the year so please bring in at least 1 dollar on Wednesday 10/24! Contact Mr. Whittemore for details.
  • Cardboard City experience, Tuesday Oct 23 – Wednesday Oct 24, 2018. This is a homeless awareness experience.  The event is limited to 50 students. Permission forms and payment $20 are due no later than Oct 12 to secure your spot. Please open the attachment for further details.
  • The Purdue Women in Engineering Program invites female students from the class of 2019 to Seniors Exploring Engineering at Purdue, on Monday, Oct. 15. More information is available here. Register here. This event fills up fast, so if you are interested, sign up early.
  • BCHS National Honor Society members will be available during homeroom EVERY DAY for academic help. Go to room 305 during homeroom and be there before the bell rings for attendance or come with a pass from your homeroom teacher. Questions? See Mrs. Nixon in the counseling office, room 213.
  • College rep meetings for sophomores, juniors, and seniors are here! For info on how to register & our school policies for rep meetings, visit this link. For a list of colleges, click here.
  • Senior college infohere.

Click on the meeting name below to see location of the meeting.

 

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