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Comet News - Thursday, February 27

Comet Calendar - News from Campus - General Announcements


24-28- Mardi Gras Break
27- Girl's Playoff Basketball
27- Baseball Game
28- Boy's Playoff Basketball
29- Baseball Games
29- Deadline to sign up for 2020 Europe Trip

2- Return to School
2- Club Picture Day
2- Registration Opens
3- Senior Off Campus Lunch
3- Softball Game
3- Starstepper & Cheer Tryout Meeting
4- Lunch & Learn with David Wilson
4- Balfour on Campus for Junior Ring Orders
5- Softball Game
6- First Friday Prayer Service
6- SCC Reconciliation Service
6- Arts & Beta Lunch Meetings
9- Senior Overnight Retreat 2nd Payment Due
11- Registration Night


Registration for 2020-2021

Registering and class scheduling for St. Charles Catholic High School are an online process. On Monday March 2, 2020 , parents will receive an email from St. Charles Catholic High School ( that will allow you to access your student portal and register your Comet. This email will include a specific link to your child’s registration information. You must click on this link to register your child for the upcoming school year at SCC. If you don't receive an email from SCC by Tuesday, March 3 with your child's specific registration link, please call the school front office.

Students will receive a 2020-2021 registration packet with important items including registration information, a scheduling worksheet, and financial information. Only students in good financial standing by March 2, 2020 will receive a registration packet for 2020-2021.

Please note that on March 11, 2020, at 5:30 p.m., administrators, staff members, and representatives from FBT will be at SCC to answer any questions you may have with regards to registration, scheduling, and online payments.

The SCC registration window will be available beginning Monday, March 2, 2020, through Wednesday, March 18, 2020. To secure your placement at SCC, online registration and scheduling must be completed through the school website, and the registration fee of $425 must be entered and paid through the FBT tuition portal website by March 18, 2020.

Early registration allows us to better plan and prepare for the next school year. Please note that course requests for students who are officially registered for the coming school year will receive priority when schedules are created. We look forward to serving you again next school year.

See You on March 2!

We want to remind our students to use this time-off wisely to review and study coursework in order to maintain the highest averages possible in each subject area. Always remember to make good choices during this week off and to spend time with family.

Continue to follow SCC on twitter @scc_hs for school news and updates throughout the break! Also, read, read, read!

As we enter into Lent next week, let us ask God for a new grace that will bring us closer to Him. During these forty days, look for ways you can simplify your lifestyle to make more room for God.
As part of our Lenten observance, SCC will be distributing Rice Bowls in support of Catholic Relief Services. Last week, SCC had the privilege of hosting Thomas Awiapo, a former recipient of CRS's services who now speaks on behalf of CRS's mission to end global hunger. As a child, Awiapo was orphaned in Ghana, having lost his family as a result of malnutrition.

In his search for food, he encountered Catholic Relief Services, which offered him food in exchange for an education. Awiapo credits CRS with saving his life, and every cent or dollar we get into our Rice Bowls this Lent can help CRS to continue saving lives all over the world. Thank you for your donations! We'll be collecting the bowls as Easter approaches!

Switzerland & Italy Trip: Last Call!
Email Mr. Madere to sign up:
Three remaining spots: Deadline is February 29!

Pulse:Creative Arts Journal Submissions

Calling all Creative Comets, Pulse submissions are open! This year we are doing a special Double Issue. All the best submissions from this year & last year will be published together. See the Creative Writing Club Google Classroom or the flyers around school for details. All submissions are due by March 2.


Congratulations Lady Comets! The team will be traveling to Northlake Christian for a playoff game at 6pm!

The boys will be playing at home tomorrow at 6:30 PM versus East Ascension in their first playoff game. Come out and pack the gym in your best BLUE!


The Track and Field Team is working hard as their season begins. Coach Brown and Coach Talley are guiding the team through their conditioning!

The tennis team has begun practice at Belle Terre Country Club. Thank you to our coaches Erin Remondet and Ken Massett!
Practice will be Monday - Thursday 3:15 - 4:45 pm.

The girls will play this weekend as part of the Terrebonne Tournament. They'll also play on March 3 at E.D. White and March 5 at Parkview. Good luck, team!

The Varsity Baseball team will play again this Thursday at SCC, beginning at 3:30 PM. Come out and support the Comets! The boys will play again on Saturday, February 29 versus Menard at 1:15 PM and at 3:30 PM versus Destrehan, both on Comet Field!

FaithActs Summer Youth Theology Institute
Please encourage students to register for the FaithActs Summer Theology Institute held on June 15-19, 2020. It is only $100.00 this year and they can earn 3 college credits or 50 hours of service. Please click here to register.

Starstepper & Cheerleader Tryout Meeting
Come to the SCC Commons on March 3 at 6PM to learn more about the Starstepper & Cheerleader tryouts for the 2020-2021 school year. This is a mandatory meeting for anyone interested in trying out. All candidates must be accompanied by a parent. Please contact SCC with any questions.

Born to Run 5K & Fun Run — March 7
Born to Run 5K & Fun Run is a great opportunity for Catholic schools, their students, and their families to get involved with Woman's New Life Clinic. WNLC is a life-affirming counseling and medical clinic that serves women facing unplanned pregnancies in the New Orleans area. You can help WNLC continue to support women in need by participating in Born to Run! Please click here to see the flyer. Please click here to download the form to participate.

All students are required to serve a minimum of 15 hours of service in order to pass Religion. All service hours are due no later than March 19. The SERVICE FORM can be found on-line under the ‘campus ministry’ link. Please note that failure to meet this deadline will mean a double letter grade reduction in Religion.

2017 LHSAA Scholarship Applications for graduation seniors, along with the criteria for each, are now available online under the Forms and Downloads section to the right on the Student sand Parents page of the LHSAA website. All scholarship applications must be postmarked by March 4, 2020.

Senior News
Senior off-campus lunch will be on Tuesdays from 11:08 am – noon. Permission forms must be returned to Mrs. Lowry. Dates are March 3, 10, 24, 31; April 7, 21, 28.

Senior Overnight Retreat
Traditionally, seniors receive special secret letters from family & friends during this retreat. The intent of these letters is to uplift & encourage the seniors who are preparing for the big transition of leaving high school and also to remind them of all the good times they've had in their years at SCC. If you or anyone in your family would like to write a letter, please consider the following:

All letters must have the senior’s first and last name displayed on the outside of the letter or envelope.
All letters MUST be turned in by Wednesday, March 18th by 12:00PM. Any letter turned in after that time will not make it to the retreat and will be given to the seniors the following week.
You may mail the letters to St. Charles Catholic c/o Senior Retreat to 100 Dominican Rd, Laplace, LA 70068
Please be advised that the retreat is Thursday March 19th; letters mailed too late will not make it to the retreat in time.
Please DO NOT send any gifts or any other bulky items. We will ONLY be accepting letters. Thank you for your understanding.

Penny Wars
Student Council has started the SCC PENNY WARS to take place during Catholic School’s Week. Each grade has been assigned a jug for students to drop pennies into for positive points. Any coins that are not pennies will count as negative points. The contest will last until April 1! The winning grade will be awarded an Off-Campus lunch! May the best grade win!

Club Picture Day
Club Picture day has been scheduled for Monday, March 2. It is the first day back after the Mardi Gras Holiday. A schedule will be sent out communicating when and where the different clubs will meet for their picture.

Service Hours Opportunity
Anyone interested in working the soda drink booth at Frisco Fest in Garyville on March 7 and/or 8 should sign up on the clip-board at the front office by March 2. Please print your name clearly.

Krewe de Charles Bal Masque Portraits
Court members should have received an email from Romaguera Photography with a link to order pictures. Please check your junk/spam folder or alert Mrs. Lowry that you did not receive the email and link. You can also click here.

Entertainment students and parents: attached is a link to order pictures of you/your child performing in the entertainment numbers during the ball. Once you click on the link, you will be asked for an email address which will take you to the pictures available.

Thank you to all families and students for their support and attendance of our Krewe de Charles XXXIII.

If you are interested in participating in Krewe de Charles XXXIV please contact Tricia Lowry ( or Greer Millet(

Juniors who have ring balances should make payments directly to Balfour. Balfour will be on campus March 4, 2020 and can accept payments at that time. Please contact Balfour if you have questions, (504) 833-7330.

Balfour will distribute Senior Graduation supplies on Tuesday, March 4 during lunch. Any balance must be paid directly to Balfour. Please contact Balfour if you have questions, (504) 833-7330.

Chapel Thursdays
Campus Ministry is now offering Chapel Thursdays at lunch from 12:20-12:35. Please join us for prayer and reflection every Thursday. Take a break from your busy schedule to get spiritually recharged and renewed by the love of God and His presence. ALL students are welcomed! Chapel Thursdays will consists of scripture readings, Christian music, and quiet time. After you eat lunch, come spend some time with Jesus.


The Louisiana Legislative Youth Advisory Council (LYAC) is now accepting applications for membership from high school students who have an interest in representing the voices of other young people around the state. LYAC is an annually appointed body composed entirely of students that tackle issues affecting the youth of Louisiana.

The purpose of LYAC is to facilitate the communication between youth and the legislature, and to give students a unique opportunity to be involved in the workings of state government. The council studies and addresses a variety of issues of importance to young people such as education, mental health, civic engagement, the environment, and school safety.

Members of the council are selected from a wide pool of statewide applicants who display a strong interest in civic involvement. The thirty-one member council includes three students representing each of the six congressional districts and the remaining members serve at large. Applicants must be between the ages of fourteen and nineteen and enrolled in a public or private high school, charter school, home school, or GED skills program during the 2020-2021 school year.

The deadline to apply is March 27, 2020. The application may be accessed at and then by clicking on LYAC at the top of the page. All applicants are required to submit two recommendation letters in addition to the eight short essay questions and application form. For additional information, please contact Megan Bella at or 225-342-2370.