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Comet News - Thursday, January 28

January 28, 2021

Upcoming Events

28-Girls Basketball HOME
28- FCA Meeting
29-Honor Roll Party
29-Boys Basketball AWAY
29- Girls Soccer AWAY
30-Softball Scrimmage HOME
30- Boys Basketball Classic HOME
30- Boys Soccer HOME

1-5 - Catholic Schools Week
2- Boys Soccer Senior Night
2- Boys Basketball Senior Night
3- Parent Night - Juniors
9- Parent Night - Freshmen
10- Parent Night - Sophomores
11- Parent Night - 8th Grade

News from Campus & General Announcements
Daily Bell Schedule
Comets in Class Gallery
Student Life Announcements
Sports News
General Announcements

Parent Nights at SCC

At SCC, we believe that every student is made in the image and likeness of God, and we are focused on helping every student reach his/her own God-given potential.

In this effort, we will be hosting ACT Parent Nights. All parents are encouraged to attend in order to learn more about understanding ACT score reports from our School-wide Testing Day that took place in the fall. During these meetings, our counselors, Suzy Bologna and Kassie deArmas, will give an overview of the materials and scores that our students have already had the opportunity to review here at school. In addition, we will be providing information on TOPS requirements, goal setting, and preparing for our next school-wide test administration in the spring.

Please be aware that we will be observing social distancing, taking temperatures at the entry doors, and wearing masks throughout the meeting.

All nights will start at 6pm and last an hour. In order to pre-register, parents will be sent grade specific emails for each grade with a link to a Google Form that must be completed the day before the date their child's grade-level Parent Meeting. Due to Covid, parents must complete this pre-registration in order to attend.

See the dates below:

Wednesday, February 3 - Juniors * This night will begin at 6:30pm.*
Tuesday, February 9 - Freshmen
Wednesday, February 10 - Sophomores
Thursday, February 11 - 8th Grade

Catholic Schools Week - February 1-5

Monday, February 1st (CLC Schedule)
• Kick Off-Blue and Gold Day! You are allowed to dress down in your BEST blue and gold! This includes:
o Blue or gold t-shirts
o Blue or gold plain sweatpants or SCC sweatpants
o Jeans without holes
o School appropriate tennis shoes
o AND Blue and gold accessories
o No distracting accessories are to be worn during class time.
• You will have a special activity in your CLC and religion classes on this day!
• Student Council will be sponsoring a MORNING TREAT for your parents dropping off their students in morning carpool!

Tuesday, February 2nd (Mass Schedule)
• School Mass & Student Raffle! Throughout the day, the office will choose students to win raffle prizes!
• Class Competition: Grades will bring in a minimum of $1 donation for their Soles4Souls.
o If you bring a $1 donation, you will be allowed to wear ANY socks and closed toed shoes they choose to on this day if they bring in a donation. Money will be collected at 1st Period.

Wednesday, February 3nd (CLC Schedule)
• Morning Prayer at the Flagpole for our Nation at 7am!
• You will have a special activity in your CLC!
• Beta Club Sponsored Event

Thursday, February 4th (Late Arrival Schedule)
• Retreat Team will be passing out a special present during the exchanging of classes between A and B period.
• You will have a special activity in your religion class.

Friday, February 5th (Friday Schedule)
• Breakfast for Faculty/Staff! Students may donate sweet and treats for the faculty.
• Archdiocesan Catholic Schools Week Mass Virtually broadcasted from St. Catherine of Siena on Friday, Feb 5th 10am. The Retreat Team Members will attend in the Chapel.

During Catholic Schools Week, Campus Ministry invites our students to a special morning prayer service for our nation. This will take place on Wednesday, February 3rd at 7am at our flagpole by the front office. We are extending this invitation to all SCC parents who are law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMTs, and servicemen and women.

Please contact our Campus Minister, Raleigh Poche, with the names of anyone whom you would like for us to remember and honor on Wednesday while we pray for the Nation:



The SCC Soccer teams have had active seasons so far!
Last night, the soccer teams both defeated Riverside in overtime! What a show!
The girls play away this week versus St. Martins. Good luck ladies!
The boys play at home on Saturday versus Kenner Discovery at 10 AM!

Keep it up, Comets! Come out and support our Comet teams!

Basketball is ready for their upcoming games!
February 29-Boys Basketball AWAY
February 30- Boys Basketball Classic HOME for 8th & 9th graders
Please mark these dates for our Basketball Senior Nights:
Tuesday, February 2 @ 6:30 pm Boys Basketball vs South Plaquemine
Wednesday, February 3 @ 5pm Girls Basketball vs East St. John

Our tennis team has started practice! We're excited to have all of our members practicing their serves, teamwork, singles play, and stamina. Anyone interested in joining the Tennis team, please see Mrs. Lowry ASAP.

Track and Field
Any student interested in participating in the Track & Field events should see Coach Talley or Coach Brown to sign up. Conditioning has begun, and our athletes are getting ready to compete!


Cafeteria News


Breakfast and lunch are free for all students at SCC until the end of the school year!

Virtual Rosary, Friday the 29th at 2:00pm
The Archdiocese of New Orleans will be hosting a virtual rosary in solitary with the March for Life this Friday at 2:00pm. The rosary will be live streamed from the youtube link below. This will take place during our G period classes. Please plan to participate in this prayer experience with your students by streaming this in your classroom and praying along.
The link to watch is

Club Pictures
Members of SCC Clubs will be taking pictures on the morning of Wednesday, February 3 in the SCC Gym. The schedule for pictures on this day is below. Please be sure to dress in full SCC uniform on this day. Teachers will receive rosters for these clubs from club sponsors. Members should report to the gym
at the times listed below.

8:35-8:40 Ambassadors
8:45-8:50 Yearbook
8:55-9:00 Art Club
9:05-9:10 Eucharistic Ministers
9:15-9:20 MuAlphaTheta
9:25-9:30 Music Ministry
9:35-9:40 Student Council
9:45-9:50 National Honors Society
9:55-10:00 Drama Club
10:05-10:10 Beta Club
10:15-10:20 Retreat Team
10:25-10:30 Fellowship of Christian Athletes
10:35-10:40 Creative Writing Club
10:45-10:50 Academic Games

On Wednesday, February 3 the following spring sports will be photographed: baseball, softball, track and field, golf, tennis. Students will change at lunch and take pictures from 11:45 - 2:30. Those in PE at E, F, G can take pictures while in the gym.
Those who do not have PE after lunch will use this schedule:

Baseball 11:45-12:15 (E)
Softball 12:15-12:38 (E second half)
Track and Field 12:45-1:10 (F)
Golf 1:15-1:30 (F second half) Tennis 1:40-2 (G)
Winter sport athletes who did not photograph in December (soccer and basketball) will report from 2- 2:30 or during PE after lunch.

Softball Fundraiser
People, people, we need your support!!! The Comet Softball team is selling “Bleacher Bum” T-shirts. Find your favorite softball player or Coach Ty to order your long sleeve or short sleeve T-shirt. These commemorative shirts can be worn on Fridays and great for any sporting event here at SCC. Your participation is appreciated!! Good day to all!

Honor Roll Celebration
We will recognize our 1st and 2nd 9 weeks Honor Roll Students at the end of January with a treat and prizes.

Service Hour Opportunities
St. Katherine Hospice is looking for student volunteers to help move a few things to a storage unit. Please call Valerie St. Amant at 756-2114 if interested.

The St. John Library is also looking for teenage volunteers. To learn more, click here. For an application, click here.

International Travel: Ireland & England
Your student is invited to join their peers for a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience to England and Ireland in the summer of 2022!

We decided to offer this opportunity now to give students hope for a brighter future. While the world might feel like it's filled with uncertainty, we want to give families the chance to look ahead. And to make sure you feel confident making future travel plans, EF is offering a risk-free enrollment period that our group can take advantage of if we enroll now.

There is still space for our big trip!