As the semester draws to a close, a quick reminder: After School Tutoring is in Foundation Hall every day Monday through Thursday, through May 12. There will be no tutoring on Thursday, May 5. Anyone needing help in Math, Science, English, Spanish or Theology is welcome to attend.
No appointment necessary. Enter Foundation Hall through the doors beside the Campus Spirit Store.
3:10 dismissal Days → Tutoring time 3:20-4:45
2:30 dismissal Days → Tutoring time 2:40-4:05
Monday- English, Earth Science, Environmental Biology, Spanish, Math
Tuesday- English, Physics, Math
Wednesday- English, Chemistry, Math
Thursday- English, Biology, Math, Theology
Give your Lancer a head start on their College Applications and Personal Statements this summer! KickStart U will once again hold its College Application and Essay Workshop at Salpointe this summer. Kickstart U is an impactful program designed by Salpointe teacher Tim Evans and former Salpointe college counselor Lynn Ossowski to help students tell their unique stories to colleges. Students benefit from individualized writing instruction and application coaching in an enthusiastic environment that promotes engagement, reflection and creativity. The 4-day workshop will give students a head-start on the application process so they and focus on and enjoy their senior year. Students will work on writing college application essays, developing a college list and completing their Senior Bragsheet. Dates and registration information are at http://www.kickstartu.org
. Contact Mr. Tim Evans with questions at email@example.com
On Wednesday, Stella Fina discussed the metaphor Jesus once used in a story from Mark’s Gospel: a tree is known by its fruit and what is in our heart will show in our actions (A Tree is Known by Its Fruit
). On Thursday, Omar Monreal talked about the importance of looking at the purpose of rules and regulations and how much has to do with the common good and not just thinking of ourselves (Self-Centered Choices
). Follow the links to read the full commentaries!