This week’s prayer is from a student in Ms. Urbanski's Theology class:
Dear God, I come to you today humbly and gratefully that you have enabled me to have another day here with my friends and family. I have deep gratitude for you in my life. Amen. Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Pray for us.
We have had an overwhelming response to our Grandparents Day event. We look forward to welcoming over 300 grandparents. Check-in begins at 12:45 p.m. The program begins at 1:15 p.m. and runs until 3:45 p.m.
In order to accommodate our grandparents, the Glenn parking lot is closed to all student parking on Tuesday, November 22nd. The lot is reserved for the grandparents. Students may be dropped off in the Glenn lot but will not be allowed to park. Student parking is available in the overflow lot on the corner of Glenn and Cherry streets. Students may also park on the streets around campus and should leave ample time in case they have to walk. Carpooling is strongly encouraged
Watch Grandparents Day from your home!
The Grandparents Day program is being live streamed. Click on the link below on November 22 at 1:15 p.m. MST.
To anyone registered and riding the 32-mile course for El Tour 2022:
This Saturday, November 19th, we'll meet at the Mountain Avenue gate at 8:45am and leave to ride (approx 3 miles) to the starting line at the Tucson Convention Center (TCC) at 9:00am. The official start time is 10:15am from the TCC parking lot.
Don't forget to pick up your registration packet at the TCC North Meeting Rooms anytime between 12:00–9:00pm Thursday or Friday. Parking at Salpointe will be available for those driving their bikes into town.
Create a Senior Tribute Yearbook Ad
Parents are now able to create and purchase a senior tribute yearbook ad, as supplies last. View the flyer here for more information/deadlines.
Our Wellness team is facilitating a "Calming and Meditation" exercise to help deal with stress and anxiety. It is a great way to slow down and rid yourself of negative thoughts. We meet during the last 10 minutes of lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the chapel.
Ever dream of going to Machu Picchu?
Join us for Spring Break 2024 as we explore the Land of the Incas! Sign up now to lock in your spot!
Last chance to join us in Costa Rica over Spring Break 2023 if you've got your passport and are ready to travel.
Enrollment deadline is 11/22. Please contact Michelle Eutizi with questions. Enrollment link.
Care for Creation Committee Holiday Garden Party
Care for Creation will be having a holiday garden party on November 30 immediately after school. Come get the garden ready for winter and decorate it for Christmas!
Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration
Wednesday, November 30 in Junior Patio from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
All current Salpointe families are invited to attend this FREE event.
Watch us light up Junior patio at our inaugural tree lighting celebration. Come and enjoy cookies, cocoa, candy canes, caroling and pictures with Santa!
Model UN Conference
On Saturday, November 12, the Salpointe Model United Nations Club participated in the Ironwood Ridge Model UN Conference. Participants were split into two committees: The Food and Agricultural Organization (which discussed - How food waste can be repurposed and reducing food waste to combat hunger) and The United Nations Drug Control Program (which discussed combating counterfeit medication). Our Salpointe delegation engaged in lively debate, collaboration and diplomacy with students of several Tucson area high schools, which ultimately resulted in 6 resolutions related to the discussed topics.
Please call 327-1990 if your student is going to be late or absent.
Just a reminder of the protocols regarding late check in and early dismissal.
When you call for late check in, please make sure you remind your students to check in with Student Services. It will give us an accurate time that the student has shown up and what classes they missed.
For early dismissal, we request you call 1 hour prior to when you need your student to be dismissed. We do not have an intercom system, we have TAs running passes to classes to get dismissed.
If the pick up time is within the last 1/2 hour of school, please avoid
the backups in the Glenn Street parking lot by picking up your student on Copper.
Attention ALL Lancer Football fans: Our Varsity Football team has qualified as the #7 seed for the 6A State Tournament. The 1st round game is this Friday, 11/18 at 7:00 p.m. here at Salpointe against Williams Field. Being an AIA event, the only passes accepted are AIA passes. All tickets must be purchased through the website gofan.co. See you on Friday! Go Lancers!
Salpointe Catholic Softball Camp
Salpointe Softball will be hosting a camp for 7th-9th graders, December 26-28 (12/26 & 12/27 from 9-11 a.m., 12/28 from 9-12 p.m.)! This camp will feature the Lancer Softball Coaching staff and Class of 2023 Lancers. This camp includes: defense drills, hitting, pitching, catching and game play. Registration is $100 for the full three days and includes a t-shirt. For registration and more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cross Country Championships
Both the men's and women's cross country were state runners up at their State Championships. Kylie Wild '23 won her third consecutive individual state championship and Michael Urbanski '23 led the boys with an individual state runner up finish. Congratulations, Lancers!
Salpointe Women's Golf Success
Salpointe Women's Golf had countless mentions in the 2022 Southern Arizona Golf All-Stars List! Lily Huether '24 was named the Performer of the Year, Mallory McRee '26 was named a Freshman of the Year, and Theresa "Gibby" Sperduto was named a Coach of the Year, along with multiple other mentions for our lovely Lady Lancers! View all here.
Our Character Counts commentary focused on the theme of Thanksgiving. Rylen discussed how the holidays can be viewed very differently due to the challenges and struggles found in life, but we can all benefit from expressing gratitude for those in our lives (The Gift of Gratitude). Albert continued the Thanksgiving theme and tied it into the concept of wellness. Gratitude can provide means to physical, emotional and spiritual health (Thanksgiving and Wellness). Follow the links to read the full commentaries!
Seniors: We hope you will spend some time with a parent reading through this month's Nov College Admissions Newsletter to ensure you are on-track with college applications towards achieving your future goals! Included are timely items for your consideration.
Scholarship opportunities: Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker, PLLC - 2022 Scholarship, designed to help students who are U.S. residents or students at U.S. schools (Juniors and Seniors). The firm is giving away a total of $2000 in prizes. Students must submit an original essay with the prompt: What is the greatest crisis facing modern day society and why? View the complete details about the scholarship. Applications are due December 2, 2022.
Students of any grade level interested in going to college and serving in the Military, specifically at a military academy like West Point, Air Force Academy or the Naval Academy, join a conversation with a current Midshipmen from the Naval Academy to learn about what it takes. He will be visiting campus on Monday, November 21 at 11 a.m. Register via Naviance or contact our College Counselor, Mrs McCall.
Winter Fine Arts Festival
Join us for an evening of art and music at the Winter Fine Arts Festival! December 8, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Corcoran Theater and Stevens Gallery. Corcoran Theater will feature Lancer Jazz Band, String Orchestra and Concert Choir, while Stevens Gallery will house 2D/3D Art and Advanced Photography.
Legally Blonde: The Musical
Salpointe is delighted to present "Legally Blonde" as our spring musical! For information on auditions, click here.