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The used textbook sale will take place on Saturday, July 12th from 8am - 3pm in the new gym.
Book Drop-Off – Friday, July 11, 2014 3:00p.m. -7:00p.m.
For the 2014-2015 school year, many textbooks will be available as e- books. Students can choose whether they would like to buy a textbook or buy an e-book. E-books may be used for many courses. There are few departments that will not have e-books available (i.e. Math) It will be your choice as to which style book you choose to purchase. Students will be able to see course requirements for their classes when official schedules are mailed in early July.
The book sale will be held in the NEW GYM on Saturday July 12th.
Books that you would like to sell should be dropped off in the Athletic Wing on Friday July 11th from 3:00 – 7:00pm.
More details will be enclosed with your class schedule in early July.
The Fortnight for Freedom contest is open to all students in K through 12 and supports the USCCB's national initiative, "Fortnight for Freedom: Freedom to Serve", occurring June 21 through July 4, 2014. Catholics throughout the Nation are encouraged to engage in prayer, study, and peaceful public action to remind ourselves and others about the importance of religious liberty and the freedom to serve the poor and vulnerable in accord with the Church's teaching. The goal of the contest is to encourage young Catholics and their families to discuss how the threats to religious liberty hinder the freedom to serve the poor and reflect on this understanding through the creation of original artwork and video. Please note, the poster contest is open to Kindergarten through 5th grade and the video contest is open to 6th through 12th grade. The deadline for submission has been extended to June 16. If you have any questions, please contact Samantha Hall (Samantha.Hall@archbalt.org).
See the following guidelines for more information.
Entry FormPoster GuidelinesVideo Guidelines
“If the prayer of one man avails much, just think about what the prayers of two or more people will accomplish”. We are looking for members of the Spalding community (students, parents, faculty/staff) to sign up as prayer partners for the students and moderators going on the summer mission trips. A prayer partner would be assigned a specific student or moderator to pray for the duration of the mission trip(s). Trip dates are June 15th – 20th for Habitat for Humanity; July 13th – 19th for Haiti; July 28th – August 2nd for Camden. If you would like to be a prayer partner, please email Mrs. Sharon Dols at email@example.com with the specific trip you would like to help with. Volunteering as a prayer partner is a beautiful and easy opportunity to be involved with our mission experiences.
Congratulations to Ronan O'Shea '15! Ronan received the President’s Volunteer Service Award at a ceremony held on April 3, 2014. The Award is signed by President Obama and was presented to Ronan by the Director of the Veterans Affairs Maryland Health Care System.
The Award acknowledges Ronan’s internship with the Department of Veterans Affairs research program during the Summer of 2013.Ronan was engaged in a research study involving the development and clinical testing of an impedance-controlled modular ankle robot (“anklebot”) invented by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The goal of the VA/MIT collaboration is to improve walking and balance functions in patients (veterans and family members) who have suffered a stroke.
The following link features the study – Ronan is visible in the opening segment, running the software that controls the robot.
Sarah’s House Dinner (Outreach Service): We are in need of groups to sponsor dinners the first Sunday of each month at Sarah’s House, a transitional housing facility for families who are homeless, located in Fort Meade. The group will be responsible for preparing and serving dinner. Groups should consist of at least 1-2 adult volunteers and 4-7 student volunteers. Preparation typically begins at 4:00 pm and groups finish at 6:00 pm. For details, please contact Mrs. Sharon Dols at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to read information regarding the Archdiocese’s Child and Youth Protection policies and procedures.
Dear Seniors and Senior parents, we would like for you take a moment to tell us about your Spalding experience.
Seniors, please click here to take the survey.
Senior parents, please click here to take the survey.
As of January 22, 2014, Juniors should have submitted 40 service hours to Campus Ministry to be in compliance with the ASHS graduation service requirement. Any student who remains non-compliant with their service requirement, is ineligible and will begin the 2014-2015 school year ineligible. In this case, they will not be able to participate in fall athletic tryouts or practices, join any extra-curricular clubs or activities, or attend before/after school events. Please ensure that overdue service hours are completed and handed in to Campus Ministry by May 29, 2014 since service hours are not recorded during the summer months. Students can check their progress on the class lists posted on the bulletin board outside Campus Ministry or on Haiku under Campus Ministry/Service. The next service benchmark for additional hours is September 24, 2014.
Members of the Junior class are reminded to activate their Naviance accounts. If you no longer have your password, please contact Mrs. Mathis in the Guidance Office at ext. 244 or by email (email@example.com) .
As of January 22, 2014, Sophomores should have submitted 20 service hours to Campus Ministry to be in compliance with the ASHS graduation service requirement. Any student who remains non-compliant with their service requirement, is ineligible and will begin the 2014-2015 school year ineligible. In this case, they will not be able to participate in fall athletic tryouts or practices, join any extra-curricular clubs or activities, or attend before/after school events. Please ensure that overdue service hours are completed and handed in to Campus Ministry by May 29, 2014 since service hours are not recorded during the summer months. Students can check their progress on the class lists posted on the bulletin board outside Campus Ministry or on Haiku under Campus Ministry/Service. The next service benchmark for additional hours is September 24, 2014.
Campus Ministry staff discussed the service hours graduation requirement in all Freshman homeroom classes last December as well as distributed service hours record forms. Class of 2017 students will not have community service hours due in Campus Ministry until September of Sophomore year, but may begin submitting hours at any time. All service information and the service hour record forms can be found on Haiku under Campus Ministry - Service. In addition, paper copies of the service form and a listing of sample outreach service opportunities are located on the table outside the Campus Ministry. Contact Sharon Dols at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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