Morning Prayer

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

O Jesus, through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I offer you all my prayers, works, joys and sufferings of this day for all the intentions of Thy Sacred Heart, in union with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass throughout the world, in reparation for my sins and for all the intentions of our Holy Father for this month.

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

Announcements

  • Birthday wishes go out to: Mr. Petree, Bryn Tucker, Canyon Geren
  • Attention girls lacrosse team: due to weather, practice today is cancelled. We will practice Tuesday and Wednesday as planned.
  • Congratulations to our Lady Irish Varsity Soccer Team for winning the Chattanooga Christian soccer tournament this weekend!! They dominated – winning all three games: 3-0, 5-0, and 4-0.
  • Students interested in traveling to Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales with Mrs. Mynatt this June should attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, 9/18 at 3:45 in room B102. If interested but unable to attend, please email or see Mrs. Mynatt. A separate meeting for enrolled travelers will be held later this month. 
  • The Irish Volleyball team took their show on the road this weekend to Louisville KY to play in the Louisville Invitational Volleyball Tournament. Considered one of the top 5 tournaments in the country and hosting 14 teams in the top 50 in the country and 19 in the top 100. The Irish defeated Louisville Male ranked 94 in 3 sets then defeated Cardinal Gibbons ranked 46th in straight sets. The Irish made the Gold bracket before losing a hard fought 3 set match to Dublin Coffman ranked 24th. Congratulations on a great weekend!
  • Please listen to the following meetings today:
  • Attention sophomores! Sign up for Junior Olympics today at 12:20 during lunch in room A 16.
  • The Magnanimous Manly Minstrels will meet today at lunch in B202. Bring your lunch, we will be discussing some upcoming activities!
  • Please listen to the following for meetings in the next couple of days: 
  • There will be a mandatory player/parent meeting Tuesday night for Men’s Lacrosse at at 6:30 in the cafeteria.
  • The Fighting Irish Softball team is looking for any female athlete interested in playing, or even trying, softball.  There will be a mandatory information meeting on Tuesday, September 11 at 6 pm in the KCHS Library.  Please bring at least one parent!  If you have any questions before the meeting, please see Coach Amundson in Room B201 before or after school OR find us on the facebook page!
  • The Power of Prayer club will meet in Holy Trinity Chapel on Friday during the first half of lunch. All who wish to intercede for the needs of our community and offer praises to God are welcome.
  • Students, you will vote today for your class representatives for the KCHS Homecoming Court. Every student received a voting link via their school e-mail address this morning. You may vote anytime between now and the end of lunch; results will be announced at the end of the day today. The freshmen and sophomores each elect one representative, the juniors elect two, and the seniors elect five.
  • Spirit Week shirts are being distributed today during A Block. These shirts are to be worn on Thursday for our Spirit Week All School Mass. We are not able to accomodate requests for size exchanges different from the sizes you ordered; if there is another problem with your shirt, you can bring it to Room C15 during break for a possible exchange. Teachers, if you are missing a shirt or have an incorrect size according to the order sheet, please text or e-mail Ms. Williams ASAP.
  • The school will be open today for Spirit Week work until 7 pm. Tomorrow is Color Wars day; students may be out of uniform as long as what they are wearing is at least 50% their class color. Freshmen are yellow, sophomores are red, juniors are blue, and seniors are green. Please note that ANY non-uniform item you wear must be at least 50% your class color, and that blue jeans do not count for any class. All students should wear tennis shoes of any color. Shorts must be an appropriate length; ladies may wear tights or leggings of ANY color underneath their shorts.
  • All students who ordered a St. Jude shirt and have not yet picked it up must do so at the end of the day today in Room C15. After today, all shirts that have not been picked up will be resold to continue fundraising for St. Jude.
  • Here are the results from last week’s efforts in the can drive. In fourth place with 696 cans (4.3 per student), the freshmen class. In third place with 702 cans (4.5 per student), the sophomore class. In second place with 2,402 cans (15.5 per student), the junior class. And in first place with 3,108 cans (19.4 per student), the senior class. This is the final week for class competition in the can drive: keep up the good work!
  • Teachers: at this time, please complete the tally for class participation in Theme Day. A tally sheet with all the rules was posted on your classroom door this morning. Please note any students who are absent, and please note any students who you did not count because they violated a rule. Please post your completed tally sheet back on your classroom door; if you have questions about whether or not to count a student, hold on to your tally sheet, and someone will be by to answer your question and pick it up before the end of A Block.