Morning prayer:

Today, on the second day of May, we honor Mary, Our Blessed Mother, as we pray the Memorare.

In the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to thy protection, implored thy help, or sought thine intercession was left unaided. Inspired by this confidence, I fly unto thee, O Virgin of virgins, my mother; to thee do I come, before thee I stand, sinful and sorrowful. O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petitions, but in thy mercy hear and answer me. Amen.

In the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Announcements:

  • Birthday wishes go out to: Caroline Hunse, Grace Despard
  • The Irish track teams had a great showing at the KIL Championships yesterday. Both teams finished in 6th place. Winners included the girls 4×800 relay of Ellie Wolski, Eleanor Mancini, Callie Tucker, and Shila Kapaya, and Jake Renfree in the 800. Great job Irish Track!
  • The Outdoors Club is having a post- Earth Day party to get outside during this stressful time of the year! Bring your lunch outside on the Fine Arts lawn tomorrow during lunch for some cookies and much needed Vitamin D! Check out out of the doors club on instagram for more details
  • Both tennis teams pulled out a district win yesterday against Maryville High School. The boys won 8-1 with singles wins from Jack Newman, Davis Clem, Josh Borja, Abe Atwood, and Chris Paul. Doubles wins were from Jack Newman and josh Borja, Davis Clem and Abe Atwood, and Towns Hughes And Chris Paul. The girls team won every court with a 9-0 win. Both teams play at West Hills today at 4:30 for the district semi-finals.
  • The Book Club will have its end of the year celebration on Wednesday, May 2 during lunch in C18.
  • Looking for a fun summer job? Tate’s Day Camp is hiring camp counselors, lifeguards, and instructors for swimming, climbing tower, zipline, marksmanship, archery, nature, and arts & crafts. Lifeguards must have certification prior to camp beginning. Specialized training is provided for the climbing tower, zipline, marksmanship, and archery. Candidates are preferred to be at least 18 years old. Apply online at http://tatescamp.com/employment/ or contact us at funjobs@tatescamp.com / (865) 690-9208.
  • Looking for adventure? Want to improve your leadership and outdoor skills while having fun doing activities like whitewater rafting, rappelling, canoeing, and hiking? The BSA Venturing program is designed to aid young men and women in just this endeavor. Venture Crew 246 will be having a meeting in room A14 during lunch for anyone who is interested this Thursday, May 3. If you have any questions, contact Michael Stapleton.
  • This Thursday, May 3rd is the senior farewell mass, the Solemnity of Sts. Phillip and James, and the May Crowning Mass. Students, you are invited to bring flowers in for the crowning of Mary on Thursday. In lieu of flowers, if you would like to bring in a monetary donation for flowers, you can bring that into the main office by end of day today. There will be a table tomorrow morning in the commons to drop off flowers.
  • Nathan Geist and Vanessa Belanger please see Mrs. Erpenbach in the front office at break today.
  • All Irish Streaming network students from the entire year, come to the gym today at 12:15 for your yearbook picture.
  • The Lady Irish Softball team blew out Lenoir City 10-2 on Senior night yesterday. Easterly got the win and led the offense with 3 hits. Costello, Schaad, DeBaar, and Peery also had multiple hit sin the contest. District tournament play begins Thursday at William Blount. The team plays Hardin Valley at 8 p.m.