Salpointe Weekly Peek - April 14, 2022

Happy Thursday, Lancers!
This week’s prayer is from Philip Becker, Interim Director of Campus Ministry:
My Most Glorious and Suffering Lord, it is Your Hour. It is the Hour by which You conquered sin and death. It is the Hour for which You came into this world, taking on flesh so as to offer Your precious life for the salvation of the world.
May I be with You, dear Lord, in these moments of suffering and death. May I, like Your Mother, John and Mary Magdalene, stand at the foot of the Cross, gazing upon the perfect Gift of Love.
I love You, dear Lord. I love You with all my heart. Jesus, I trust in You.
Amen. Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Pray for us.
Letter to Salpointe Families from Kay Sullivan
Dear Salpointe Community,

Easter and the Resurrected Christ are about love, healing and hope. Our pandemic-weary world is starting to feel a tangible sense of relief from the stifling anxieties of the past two years and we joyfully welcome Jesus’ promise of love, healing and hope. May your Easter be filled with that promise.
Read more.
2022 Awards Ceremony
This week, Salpointe celebrated 2022 Awards Ceremony recipients. Awards included outstanding students from each department/grade, Salpointe Scholars, Athletes of the Year, Performing and Visual Artists of the Year, National Merit Scholars, faculty awards and more. Congratulations to all recipients! View award-winning students here.
Prom 2022
Attention Juniors and Seniors! Prom tickets are on sale. Click HERE to purchase tickets. See your email from Salpointe STUCO for purchasing tips and tricks. The deadline to purchase is April 20 at 10 am. Get your tickets today!
Graduation 2022
For your information and referral over the next weeks, we have established a Graduation 2022 link for families. You will find information related to events, dates, times, as well as reminders about academic and other deadlines. Seniors will continue to receive information through Homerooms. Parents are encouraged to use the link on the website for helpful information and reminders.
The Sisters of St. Joseph Celebration
The Sisters of St. Joseph are celebrating the 150th anniversary of their original seven sisters who came to Tucson as the first women in the diocese in 1872. The celebration is on Sunday, May 29 at the Diocesan Pastoral Center. Volunteers are needed between 1 and 6 pm; the work counts towards Salpointe service hours! Please contact Sr. Irma at
Join the Carmelites for Morning and Evening Prayer on Easter Sunday, everyday during the Octave of Easter and Sundays during the Easter Season. View more information here.
Key Club X Gravity Water Fundraiser
The Salpointe Key Club has recently partnered with Gravity Water, a  501 (c)3 non-profit organization, to bring children aged 2 to 5 in Vietnam with a localized source of safe drinking water that is on-site, self-sustaining and 100% energy-free. If you or your business are able to donate a substantial amount of money, you can be recognized on the banner that will be hung at the school for a great marketing opportunity! All donations are tax-deductible. To donate directly, follow this link to: With your help, the Key Club will be that much closer to reaching their goal and truly making an impact on the lives of these children, while helping solve the global water crisis.
Earth Week 2022
Salpointe’s third annual Earth Week is April 19-22. The week is packed with daily inspirational quotes, prayers, after school activities, a paid jeans day and special challenges to make us all aware of how we can better care for our Common Home. The week culminates on Earth Day (April 22) which is celebrated in more than 190 countries worldwide. To commemorate the day, we will have a prayer circle on the track led by invited guest, Jerry Carlyle, from the San Javier District of the Tohono O'odham Nation.

Themes for the week are:
Tuesday: Loving God’s Creation
Wednesday: Buy Local and Garden
Thursday: Imagine a Zero Waste World
Friday: Happy Earth day!
On April 23, STEM will be participating in Racing the Sun at Musselman Honda Circuit. You're invited to watch teams race solar-powered go karts they designed and engineered themselves! Races begin at noon. View flyer here.
The STEM Showcase will take place on April 28 at 2:30 pm. This year's theme is “Saving the Wild Wild West”. Engineering students will be presenting their capstone projects. Enjoy drone flights, video game design, solar race carts and biotechnology! 
Employment Opportunities
Salpointe is currently hiring multiple faculty & staff positions. View our Employment page for more information and to apply!
Costa Rica 2023
There is still room for student travelers on the Spring Break 2023 trip to Costa Rica. Please contact Ms. Eutizi for details.
Therapy Dog on Campus
Lola the therapy dog will be on campus, on Friday, April 22 during both lunches at the counselors' table. Come by to get some puppy love.  
Student Services  
AP Exam Payment
The AP payment deadline has passed. A $10 late fee will be assessed for all late payments leading up to the registration deadline of April 29.  If exam payment has not been in full by April 29, the student exam will be canceled. The College Board will assess a cancellation fee of $40 per exam that will be collected through our school finance office.
Use this link (Total Registration) to make payments. If you have questions, contact Mr. Hayes ( / 520-547-4332).

College Counseling

Seniors: College Counseling has compiled a few final notes about college plans and staying strong in the April Senior College Planning Newsletter.
Friday, April 22 is the deadline to send in copies of your college acceptances, denials and scholarship offers from ALL your colleges to counseling: They are needed for graduation programs.  

Juniors: This Rising Senior Summer College Guide has key points for you and your parents to know about college planning.  
Financial Aid
ATTENTION PARENTS: All SMART accounts must be paid in full by May 1, 2022. If you still have a 21/22 balance and are in need of assistance, please email Theresa Lehrling, Salpointe Financial Aid Manager at to see what options are still available for this school year.
Financial Aid Independent Review (FAIR) 22/23 School year - The FAIR application for the 22/23 school year is now open. Please be sure to apply at using Salpointe's School Code: 800 and School Password: ctso800. The deadline to apply for the 22/23 school year is today, April 15. Please note: a new application must be submitted each school year. Although applications are submitted through FAIR, all funds come from Catholic Tuition Support Organization (CTSO).

Catholic Tuition Support Organization (CTSO)
CTSO also accepts Arizona tax credit donations for Salpointe students through their referral program. In order for your student to receive CTSO Referral Funds, you must create a profile at and obtain an "RP #." Once you have your RP #, you can then provide it to potential donors. Donors must provide your RP # and school name to CTSO when donating. For families already registered, please be sure to submit new information and/or appropriate documents to CTSO each school year.

Institute for Better Education (IBE)
IBE not only offers financial need-based awards, they also accept Arizona tax credit recommendations for Salpointe students. Please apply at A new application must be completed each school year.
Arizona Tuition Connection (ATC)
ATC accepts Arizona tax credit donations for Salpointe students. ATC also provides financial need-based awards throughout the school year. Please apply at www.arizonatuitionconnection.comA new application must be completed each school year.
Arizona Leadership Foundation (ALF) - Please visit the ALF website at to review eligibility requirements.  If you meet the eligibility requirements, please contact Theresa Lehrling at for details on how to apply. A new application must be completed each school year.
If you have questions regarding Financial Aid or would like more information, please email Salpointe's Financial Aid Manager, Theresa Lehrling, at


The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Southern Arizona Chapter announced six recipients of a $1,500 scholarship this week. Two Lancers were honored with this scholarship: Treyson Bourguet and Davian Miranda Carrasco. Congratulations! View article here.

Spirit Store

April is Spring Cleaning Sale Month in the Spirit Store! Time to stock up on last chance items. All month take 10% off all hats, 20% off select outerwear and long sleeved polos.  
Parking Permits:
2021-2022 Parking Permits are now SOLD out. The 2022-2023 Parking Permits will be available in August. Students that do not have a parking permit are to park off campus on Copper or Cherry. There is a limited number of Parking Permits issued each year and only licensed students are able to obtain a parking pass once they have their driver's license. 
If you have a Gift Card from last year or older, please be sure to redeem your balance by the end of this month. New Gift Cards are available and make great gifts! 
Students that have ordered club shirts are reminded to pick up their orders in the Spirit Store as soon as possible. 
The Spirit Store will be closed the following days: 
4/15, 4/18, 4/25
Please check out the website for all store hours at:
Don't forget to follow the Spirit Store on Instagram for sales, store updates & hours and more @salpointespiritstore.

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