School Retreat, Friday, April 25, 2014

April 22nd, 2014

All freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors are expected to attend the school wide retreat on Friday.  The day will begin with homeroom at 7:30 AM.  Dismissal will be at 11 AM.

Any junior or senior who has made a Kairos retreat either this year or last year here at Wood does not have to attend the retreat.

Tuesday, April 22:

April 22nd, 2014

Robotics:  Best of luck to the Wood Robo-Vikings as they head for St. Louis and the National Robotics Competition!

 

Dress Code Information:

       The optional summer uniform code is now in effect.

       Ladies are to wear the regulation uniform skirt with the regulation banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  Skirts are to be no shorter than 1 inch above the knee.

       Gentlemen are to wear the regulation uniform gray dress pants with the banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  

       Students are only permitted to wear white t-shirts and they must be tucked in; colored t-shirts are not acceptable and will result in demerits and detentions.  ID cards are required and must be worn by every student.  All other dress code policies are still in effect, including the consequences for not following the dress code.

       If a student chooses to wear something over the regulation polo shirt, it must be our official school uniform sweater.  HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS ARE NOT PERMITTED.

CORONAM FIDELITAS MERIBIT AWARDS FOR 3RD QUARTER

April 17th, 2014

Congratulations to the following students who have recognized by their teachers for their outstanding work during the third quarter.  We are very proud of their accomplishments and invite these students and their parents to a celebratory breakfast on Thursday, April 24 at 7:45 in the Student Cafeteria.

The Coronam Fidelitas Merebit Award

Third Quarter 2013-2014

Freshmen

Rhiannan Brodbine – Theology 1

Kevin Discavage – Algebra 1

Erin Lalli – Theology 1

Samantha Lieberman – Spanish 1

Isabella Medica – World History 1

Alex Oswald – Algebra 1

Patrick Sheehan – Theology 1

Michael Smith – Exploration 21

Kristina Somershoe – ELA 1

Thomas Sweeney – French 1

Daniel Trimber – Exploration 21

Colin Weeks – Chinese 1

Joanna Wuko – String Class

Sophomores

Mbolle Akume – French 2

Katelyn Barrett – World History 2

Lucas Dyke – Medical Careers

Trinh Ea – ELA 2

Patrick Foley – Theology 2

Sarah Lightner – Geometry

Maggie McGee – ELA 2

Sergio Miranda – Spanish 2

Raven Mosquera – Biology

Peter Nessell – Band Class

Ryan Pedersen – Biology

Thomas Pettit – World History 2

Scott Pierson – Physical Education/Health Awareness

Shuning Sun – Computer Applications 1

Megan Szanajda – Physical Education/Health Awareness

Salvatore Tommassello – Spanish 2

Matthew Wanner – Theology 2

Juniors

Erin Anzideo – Chemistry

Olivia Bauer – Algebra 2

Daniel Burkins – Spanish 3

Johanna Carroll – AP Chemistry

Jordan Collins – American Studies

Ronald Dolan – American Studies

Megan Gallagher – Chemistry

Elaine Hawe – ELA 3

John Kling – Anatomy & Physiology

Kaitlyn Krewson – Pre-Calculus

Ryan Nordeman – Theology 3

Sean O’Donnell – American History

Brandon Razler – Forensic Science

Patrick Scott – Accounting 1

Sydney Sherman – AP U.S. History

Matthew Snyder – Physics

Catherine Stapf – French 3

Regina Thompson – American Studies

Nadia Urena – Chemistry

Thomas Velten – World History 2

Seniors

Nicolina Bickhart – French 4

Kasey Brown – Italian 4

Cassidy Burns – AP Biology

Evan Chwastiak – Sociology

Francis Ferrara – Theology 4

Matthew Funk – Spanish 4

Michael Johnson – Environmental Science

Samantha Junod – Virtual Business

Jenna Kraus – Honors Physics

Joshua Messina – Theology 4

Caitlin Rosica – AP Spanish

Steve Taylor – ELA 4

Jacqueline Tomaszewski – Pre-Calculus

Victoria Welsh – AP Environmental Science

John Westhoff – AP Physics

Joseph Whelan – Art 1

Emily Yao – ELA 4

Important Information for Seniors and their Parents

April 17th, 2014

All scholarship offers whether the offer is accepted or rejected are listed in the Graduation Program.  This is an excellent way to celebrate the graduate’s achievements.  The deadline in order to be able to include a scholarship in the book is May 8, 2014.  The official offer letter must be brought to the student’s counselor.  A copy is made of this letter and the original is returned.  You can also email the copy or fax it.  Fax number of Mrs. Bogart’s students is:  215-672-9193.  For Mrs. Butts and Ms. Lang’s students is 215-259-1617.  Don’t miss this opportunity!

Students are also asked to share with their guidance counselor all college acceptances and rejections.  This is important information for our records.

Report Cards Issued

April 17th, 2014

Students received their third quarter report card in homeroom on Monday.  There is no Parent Teacher Conference scheduled for this quarter.  If you would like to speak to your child’s teachers, please contact them directly.  If you do not hear back within 48 hours, please contact the Academic Affairs Office at extension 271 to set up a meeting.

Wednesday, April 16:

April 16th, 2014

Dress Code Information:

       The optional summer uniform code is now in effect.

       Ladies are to wear the regulation uniform skirt with the regulation banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  Skirts are to be no shorter than 1 inch above the knee.

       Gentlemen are to wear the regulation uniform gray dress pants with the banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  

       Students are only permitted to wear white t-shirts and they must be tucked in; colored t-shirts are not acceptable and will result in demerits and detentions.  ID cards are required and must be worn by every student.  All other dress code policies are still in effect, including the consequences for not following the dress code.

       If a student chooses to wear something over the regulation polo shirt, it must be our official school uniform sweater.  HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS ARE NOT PERMITTED.

Tuesday, April 15:

April 15th, 2014

Dress Code Information:

       The optional summer uniform code will be in effect as of today.  

       Ladies are to wear the regulation uniform skirt with the regulation banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  Skirts are to be no shorter than 1 inch above the knee.

       Gentlemen are to wear the regulation uniform gray dress pants with the banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  

       Students are only permitted to wear white t-shirts and they must be tucked in, colored t-shirts are not acceptable and will result in demerits and detentions.  ID cards are required and must be worn by every student.  All other dress code policies are still in effect, including the consequences for not following the dress code.

       If a student chooses to wear something over the regulation polo shirt, it must be our official school uniform sweater.  HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS ARE NOT PERMITTED.

Monday, April 14:

April 14th, 2014

Dress Code Information:

       The optional summer uniform code will be in effect as of today.  

       Ladies are to wear the regulation uniform skirt with the regulation banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  Skirts are to be no shorter than 1 inch above the knee.

       Gentlemen are to wear the regulation uniform gray dress pants with the banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  

       Students are only permitted to wear white t-shirts and they must be tucked in, colored t-shirts are not acceptable and will result in demerits and detentions.  ID cards are required and must be worn by every student.  All other dress code policies are still in effect, including the consequences for not following the dress code.

       If a student chooses to wear something over the regulation polo shirt, it must be our official school uniform sweater.  HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS ARE NOT PERMITTED.

Catholic Charities Night at the Phillies

April 11th, 2014

Catholic Charities Night at the Phillies will be June 24, 2014.  A portion of the proceeds from this game will go directly to the Catholic Charities Appeal.  If you would like to purchase tickets to this game go to:  www.phillies.com/catholiccharitiesnight

DRESS CODE CHANGE

April 11th, 2014

The optional summer uniform code will be in effect as of Monday 4-14-14.  Ladies are to wear the regulation uniform skirt with the regulation banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  Skirts are to be no shorter than 1 inch above the knee. Gentlemen are to wear the regulation uniform gray dress pants with the banded-bottom white school polo shirt, long or short sleeve and regulation school shoes.  Students are only permitted to wear white t-shirts and they must be tucked in, colored t-shirts are not acceptable and will result in demerits and detentions.  ID cards are required must be worn by every student.  All other dress code policies are still in effect, including the consequences for not following the dress code.

If a student chooses to wear something over the regulation polo shirt, it must be our official school uniform sweater.  HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS ARE NOT PERMITTED.