January 26 - February 1, 2023

Current School News

Current School News

January 26 - February 1, 2023

Parent Education Corner

Consider a familiar passage:
"Then it happened, as He was coming near Jericho, that a certain blind man sat by the road begging. And hearing a multitude passing by, he asked what it meant. So they told him that Jesus of Nazareth was passing by. And he cried out saying, 'Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!
Then those who went before warned him that he should be quiet; but he cried out all the more 'Son of David, have mercy on me!'
So, Jesus stood still and commanded him to be brought to Him. And when he had come near, He asked him, saying, 'What do you want Me to do for you?'
He said, 'Lord, that I may receive my sight.'
Then Jesus said to him, 'Receive your sight; your faith has made you well.' And immediately he received his sight, and followed Him, glorifying God. And all the people, when they saw it, gave praise to God." (Luke 18:35–43).

Notice the strange question that Jesus asks. "What do you want me to do for you?" Isn't it obvious? The blind man wants to see! But sometimes what we say we want is not what we actually want. Jesus is testing him here. The man's healing will come with responsibilities and will not allow him to simply go back to his old life. What does this mean for us? Do we really want to live a life of holiness? Do we really want our homes and hearts to change?

Oaks Family '22–'23 Bible Reading Plan & Scripture Memory

All School

Senior Night - Fri., Jan. 27

Friday, January 27 is Senior Night at The Oaks! This is a wonderful time to gather as an Oaks family and honor our senior athletes. Malia Clancy is the sole senior for the ladies' team, while Cooper Christensen, Kaden Harken, Seth Jarvis, Gabe Krentel, Sam Shubin, and Sam Strickler are the seniors for the gentlemen's team. These are poignant, memorable celebrations for our entire community and it is a huge blessing to our seniors as we pack the stands. See you at the game!

GAME TIMES:
The Oaks vs KTSI
4pm–JV Gentlemen; 5:30pm–Varsity Ladies;
7pm–Varsity Gentlemen
Senior Night festivities will take place before each varsity game.

DOMINO'S PIZZA DINNER:
A pizza meal will be served from 5–7pm
$6 per person/$24 family max. includes complete meal & admission
or $2 per slice

Upcoming Home Games:

  • Mon., Jan. 30 – The Oaks vs Coeur Du Christ Christian Academy (Varsity gentlemen only) [6pm]
  • Mon., Feb. 6 – The Oaks vs Immaculate Conception Academy (gentlemen only) [4pm–JV; 5:30pm–Varsity]

For the complete schedule please reference the Basketball page.

Wear your Oaks gear and get ready to cheer! Let's fill the gym with Oaks fans and root on our teams. GO OAKS!!!

Kindergarten Priority Applications Due Jan. 31

Kindergarten priority registration for current school families will remain open through Tuesday, January 31. To enroll your kindergartner for the 2023-24 school year please complete the Kindergarten Priority Application, available under Forms in Jupiter.

Monthly Jupiter Invoices Beginning in February

Beginning in February, any family with a current balance owing in Jupiter will receive an invoice on the 1st of each month. At this time, those who have children enrolled in both grammar & secondary will receive two invoices. We have contacted Jupiter to fix this, but in the meantime please know that the second invoice is a duplicate of the first. Providing you with this monthly invoice is intended to be a blessing and provide an additional level of service. Please contact Mrs. Michelle Lily, Oaks Bookkeeper, if you have questions regarding your invoice. Mrs. Anya Schnell is available for questions regarding Jupiter.

The Gathering Place Open! - Wed., Feb. 1 [7:30–8:20 am]

The Oaks Coffee Bar, The Gathering Place, is open for business again Wednesday. All are welcome to partake in this wonderful Wednesday morning delight! Stop by the MP foyer to enjoy hot or iced coffee, tasty breakfast treats, and enjoyable company. All of The Gathering Place proceeds assist Oaks families in need (scholarships for special events, field trips, etc.).

*Please note, the coffee bar closes at 8:20am so that all students may get to class on time, but adults are welcome to stay and visit further.

Lost & Found  – Thurs., Feb. 2
*Please label everything - gloves, hats, coats, uniform pieces & more! We want to reunite you with your missing items.

Lost & found items will be set out in the MP foyer on Thursday, February 2. Please stop by to see if anything belongs to your family. All unclaimed items, except uniforms, will be donated at the end of the day. Thank you to all who come by the office to find missing belongings prior to them being placed out. We appreciate your help in keeping the lost & found pile low. We want to return your items to you and labels are a great help in this endeavor.

Last Day of Semester - Fri., Feb. 3
* 12:30pm Cantabile – 12:45pm Early Dismissal 

Friday, February 3 is the last day of the 1st semester of school. As such, all students will be dismissed at 12:45pm, following a 12:30 Cantabile. Please note, there will not be pizza hot lunch this day.

Spring Musical Auditions – Feb. 6–8

The Oaks' Theatre has rescheduled their Spring Musical auditions to February 6–8, allowing time to get licensing approval for the new show selection. Once approved, the new show will be announced via the Theatre Board in the MP foyer and here, on the school news page. Auditions are open to Oaks students in grades 2–12.

Audition Dates & Times:

Mon., Feb 6 [3:15–5:15pm]
Grammar students (grades 2–6)

Tues., Feb. 7 & Wed. Feb. 8 [3:15–5:15pm]
Logic & Rhetoric students (grades 7–12)

Please contact Mrs. Teri Woodroof or Mrs. Amy Kim with any questions or conflicts. And stay tuned for the new show selection!

Friday Pizza Lunch – Place your February Order Now!
* All February orders must be placed by 3pm Wed., Feb. 8.

The February Pizza Lunch Order form is now open on Jupiter. All orders must be submitted by 3pm the Wednesday prior to the 1st Friday Pizza Lunch of the month. The form will be locked after this time. Please call the office prior to the due date if you have questions or need to make modifications to your order. We will notify you, on this news page, when each month's form is posted. Please note that pizza purchased the day of will be $2 per slice on a first come, first served basis after all pre-orders have been fulfilled.

Continuous Enrollment & Priority Registration for '23-24 School Year
*1st–12th Priority Applications Due by Fri., Feb. 10

The 2023-24 enrollment season has now begun. Current kindergarten through 11th grade students will be automatically enrolled for the upcoming school year. And current families are now able to enroll any new students during the priority application time. To enroll a new student (1st–12th) for the 2023-24 school year please complete the 1st–12th Grade Priority Application form in Jupiter. Priority applications for 1st–12th grade are due by Friday, February 10. Any families desiring to unenroll for the 2022-23 school year should complete the Student Withdrawal Form on Jupiter by Friday, February 10.

Please read the Continuous Enrollment Letter and Information for complete details regarding 2023-24 enrollment.

Upcoming Open Houses - Tues., Feb. 28 & Mar. 21
*RSVP online

Open House Flyer

There are still two open houses upcoming for the current enrollment season on Tuesdays, February 28 and March 21. Feel free to invite friends and family who are interested in The Oaks to an open house. To RSVP please use the Open House RSVP Form or call the school office at 509-536-5955 for more information.

The Oaks 2023 Talent Show - Fri., March 24 [6:30pm]

The annual talent show is right around the corner, so now is the time to be gathering your classmates and preparing to audition for this year's evening event. All students should sign up, when available, by Friday, March 3. During the week of March 6th, auditions will happen in music classes for grades 2–5 and before/after school for grades 6–12. The talent show will be held the evening of Friday, March 24th at 6:30pm on The Oaks campus. We look forward to celebrating the gracious gifts and talents which the Lord has given!

Cantabile Etiquette

What a delight it is to see our community come together and sing as we begin and end each week as a school family. As we seek to make this a profitable time for all, parents & guests, please help reinforce the training the teachers are instilling in your children. Students have been asked to stand with their class and to not move once the singing has begun until they are dismissed. Parents, by arriving early enough to stand with your child in their class line and by pulling in closer to tighten up the circle you can help to make this a lovely time for all. As a reminder, cantabile books are available as you enter the gym. It's a joy to see so many parents participating each week and we love seeing each of you there. Thank you for your help in making this time of worship have a sweet sound as we all sing together.

Upcoming Dates

Jan. 27

  • PM Activity Day - Dance Practice (10–12th Grades)
  • Senior Night

Jan. 28

  • Rhetoric School Winter Ball [5–9pm]

Jan. 31

  • Kindergarten Priority Applications for Current Families Due

Feb. 1

  • Kindergarten Open Applications Begin

Feb. 1–3

  • Logic & Rhetoric Schools - Semester Tests

Feb. 3

  • End of 2nd Quarter
  • Half-day [8:30am–12:45pm]
  • Cantabile [12:30–12:45pm]

Feb. 3–4

  • MCL JV Boys Basketball Tournament

Feb. 6–8

  • Spring Musical Auditions (new date)

Feb. 6–9

  • ERB Testing (3rd–10th Grades)

Feb. 9–11

  • MCL Varsity Basketball Tournament

Feb. 10

  • 2nd Quarter Report Cards Posted
  • 1st–12th Grade Priority Applications for Current Families Due

Feb. 13

  • Spring Musical Rehearsals Begin

Feb. 17

  • Picture Re-takes, Class Photos, & All-School Photo
  • AM Activity Day (All School Photo)

Feb. 20-24

  • Mid-Winter Break (No School)

Feb. 28

  • Open House [9–11am]

Mar. 1

  • 1st–12th Grade Open Applications Begin
Lost And Found Piles

Grammar School

Parents, please be sure to read your child's class newsletter which is sent home in backpacks weekly for class specific news items.

No Lunch Period - Fri., Feb. 3

With the early release on Friday, February 3, Grammar School students will not have a lunch period. Grammar students should therefore bring a hearty snack if needed.

Classroom Speech Meet
*Selections Due Mon., Feb. 6
*Memorization Due Fri., March 3

This year's Grammar School Classroom Speech Meets will be taking place in March. All student selections are due to your child's teacher by Monday, February 6 and students should have their pieces memorized by Friday, March 3.

Logic & Rhetoric Schools

Protocol Event: Rhetoric School Winter Ball (10–12th Grades)
An Evening of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty -
Sat., Jan., 28
*Final Details!

WHEN: Saturday, January 28, 2022 from 5–9pm
* Gentlemen please arrive at 4:45pm to escort ladies
* Ladies arrive at 5pm

WHERE: Spokane Club - 1002 W Riverside Ave.

WHAT: An evening of truth, goodness, and beauty to include a formal dinner and ballroom dancing

ATTIRE: Formal attire (also known as black tie attire) is more formal than business attire and slightly less formal than white tie. It is the most common formal dress code for events such as weddings, balls, formal dinners, and theatre.

When choosing your attire for this event please be mindful of both modesty and preferring others. This event is designed to be a blessing for all in attendance. Thinking of others when making your clothing selections helps to ensure a beautiful evening.

  • Ladies - formal, floor length evening gown or ball gown skirt (full coverage, wide strapped; nothing revealing, strapless, or with high slits); simple, non-dangly jewelry; dress shoes; dress wrap or jacket - Ladies' Protocol Attire Ideas
  • Gentlemen - suit in a dark color, white shirt, and traditional bow tie or tuxedo (dark vest with suit jacket, pocket squares, cufflinks, and shirt studs are all acceptable); dark dress socks and dress shoes; no gloves or hat. - Gentlemen's Protocol Attire Ideas

PREPARATION: Etiquette review and training with Mr. & Mrs. Trotter will take place during the school day for all 10th through 12th grade students.

PHOTOGRAPHY: A professional photographer has been hired to photograph this event. Photos will be made available afterwards. Parents, please plan to take any photos of your child prior to arriving at the venue. Only those who are participating in the event will be entering the venue. Students, please plan to arrive promptly as class photos will be taken beginning at 5:15pm with the 10th grade, immediately followed by the 11th and 12th grades. 

DROP-OFF/PICK-UP: Parents dropping their children off and picking them up may pull up alongside the front door (no parking needed). Only those who are participating in the event will be entering the venue. Students, please plan to arrive promptly as class pictures will be at the beginning of the evening. The event concludes at 9pm, so please plan to pick your child up alongside the front door between 9:05–9:20pm.

PARKING: The Spokane Club has garage parking available for our use at this event. Those students (and participating parents) who denoted that they will be parking during the event will receive a parking pass from the Protocol Committee to use for the evening. Only those who are participating in the event will be entering the venue. Students, please plan to arrive promptly as class pictures will be at the beginning of the evening.

Spokane Club's Madison Street Parking Lot
36 North Madison Street - Spokane, WA

DIRECTIONS:
*From the loading zone under the blue awning on Riverside proceed west along Riverside Ave.
*Take the very 1st left on Madison Street.
*The parking lot is located on the right hand side just past Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral.
*The parking lot is underground and identified by a large blue & white sign marked "Spokane Club Parking."
*Please give your parking pass to the attendant so that they know you are attending The Oaks Protocol Event.

Please call Mrs. Shelley Moss (phone number available on Jupiter and staff directory) with any questions that arise the day of the event.

Rhetoric School Semester Testing & Early Dismissal Permission
* Permission forms due by Mon., Jan. 30 at 3:30pm

Once again this year Rhetoric students (grades 10–12) will have an altered schedule to accommodate semester tests during the last three days of the term (Wed.–Fri., Feb. 1–3). On these days, Rhetoric students may arrive at school when their assessments begin and may leave once their commitments are completed, provided that their parents have completed the Early Dismissal Permission form. While on campus, students are expected to be in uniform and in their assigned rooms for testing or study hall. The permission form is available in Jupiter and must be completed by Monday, January 30, at 3:30pm. Students will not be allowed to receive permission after this time, so please plan ahead. Please note, that all students will have a regular school day on Monday and Tuesday, January 30 and 31 and will be dismissed early on Friday, February 3 at 12:45pm, following Cantabile.

Rhetoric School - Semester 1 Test Schedule
Logic School - Semester 1 Test Schedule
*Logic School students will have regularly scheduled classes at their regular times & locations, unless denoted otherwise on this schedule.

National ACCS Honor Choir
*February 1 audition deadline

National ACCS Honor Choir Flyer
National ACCS Honor Choir website

It's not too late to audition for the ACCS National Honor Choir in Pittsburgh, PA on June 19–23! The auditions are straightforward – students can learn their parts via online part recordings and then submit recordings of themselves singing with a background track. The February 1 deadline is just two weeks away, however, so if your child is interested, please see Mrs. Amy Kim promptly. New Saint Andrews College is offering a $500 scholarship to students selected for the 2023 ACCS National Honor Choir! This is a wonderful opportunity for those students who are considering attending NSA in the future.

Junior High Basketball Registration Now Open
*Due Wed., Feb. 8 (payments due March 1)

If your child is planning to participate in basketball (7–8th grades), be sure to register today. Log in to your Jupiter parent portal and select the basketball registration form under Forms. Registrations are due by Wednesday, February 8 with payments due by Wednesday, March 1.

ACCS Blakey Prize in Fine Arts Competition
*Entry deadlines: Mar. 14 & Apr. 7

High school students (grades 9–12) from ACCS member schools are invited to compete with their peers from other ACCS member schools in a national visual arts competition. This competition has four categories, drawing, painting, apparel, and greeting cards, in which students may enter. For details please visit the ACCS Blakey Prize in Fine Arts Competition website and contact Mr. Trotter if you are interested in submitting an entry.

SAT School Day for Juniors – Wed., Mar. 22

Juniors and their parents, please read the SAT School Day Flyer from The Oaks College Advisor, Mrs. Lynn Gibson regarding the upcoming SAT School Day on Wednesday, March 22, in which all juniors are required to participate. Please contact Mrs. Gibson for questions.

Upcoming Activity Schedule Days

The Logic & Rhetoric school will be following an activity schedule (see the posted schedules) on the following dates. Students will follow the modified schedule throughout these days with the activity being denoted in the list below.

Fri., Jan. 27 – PM Activity Schedule
Dance Practice (10–12th grades) Extra Class Time (7–9th grades)
Mon., Feb. 17 – AM Activity Schedule
All School Photo

JANUARY SCRIPTURE MEMORIZATION

And God spoke all these words, saying:
"I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.
"You shall have no other gods before Me.
"You shall not make for yourself a carved image–any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children to the third and fourth generations of those who hate Me, but showing mercy to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My commandments.
"You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain.
"Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God. In it you shall do no work: you, nor your son, nor your daughter, nor your male servant, nor your female servant, nor your cattle, nor your stranger who is within your gates. For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day. Therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and hallowed it.
"Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long upon the land which the Lord your God is giving you.
"You shall not murder.
"You shall not commit adultery.
"You shall not steal.
"You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
"You shall not covet your neighbor's house; you shall not covet your neighbor's wife, nor his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything that is your neighbor's."
- Exodus 20:1–17

Grammar School

Parents, please be sure to read your child's class newsletter which is sent home in backpacks weekly for class specific news items.

No Lunch Period - Fri., Feb. 3

With the early release on Friday, February 3, Grammar School students will not have a lunch period. Grammar students should therefore bring a hearty snack if needed.

Classroom Speech Meet
*Selections Due Mon., Feb. 6
*Memorization Due Fri., March 3

This year's Grammar School Classroom Speech Meets will be taking place in March. All student selections are due to your child's teacher by Monday, February 6 and students should have their pieces memorized by Friday, March 3.

Logic & Rhetoric Schools

Protocol Event: Rhetoric School Winter Ball (10–12th Grades)
An Evening of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty -
Sat., Jan., 28
*Final Details!

WHEN: Saturday, January 28, 2022 from 5–9pm
* Gentlemen please arrive at 4:45pm to escort ladies
* Ladies arrive at 5pm

WHERE: Spokane Club - 1002 W Riverside Ave.

WHAT: An evening of truth, goodness, and beauty to include a formal dinner and ballroom dancing

ATTIRE: Formal attire (also known as black tie attire) is more formal than business attire and slightly less formal than white tie. It is the most common formal dress code for events such as weddings, balls, formal dinners, and theatre.

When choosing your attire for this event please be mindful of both modesty and preferring others. This event is designed to be a blessing for all in attendance. Thinking of others when making your clothing selections helps to ensure a beautiful evening.

  • Ladies - formal, floor length evening gown or ball gown skirt (full coverage, wide strapped; nothing revealing, strapless, or with high slits); simple, non-dangly jewelry; dress shoes; dress wrap or jacket - Ladies' Protocol Attire Ideas
  • Gentlemen - suit in a dark color, white shirt, and traditional bow tie or tuxedo (dark vest with suit jacket, pocket squares, cufflinks, and shirt studs are all acceptable); dark dress socks and dress shoes; no gloves or hat. - Gentlemen's Protocol Attire Ideas

PREPARATION: Etiquette review and training with Mr. & Mrs. Trotter will take place during the school day for all 10th through 12th grade students.

PHOTOGRAPHY: A professional photographer has been hired to photograph this event. Photos will be made available afterwards. Parents, please plan to take any photos of your child prior to arriving at the venue. Only those who are participating in the event will be entering the venue. Students, please plan to arrive promptly as class photos will be taken beginning at 5:15pm with the 10th grade, immediately followed by the 11th and 12th grades. 

DROP-OFF/PICK-UP: Parents dropping their children off and picking them up may pull up alongside the front door (no parking needed). Only those who are participating in the event will be entering the venue. Students, please plan to arrive promptly as class pictures will be at the beginning of the evening. The event concludes at 9pm, so please plan to pick your child up alongside the front door between 9:05–9:20pm.

PARKING: The Spokane Club has garage parking available for our use at this event. Those students (and participating parents) who denoted that they will be parking during the event will receive a parking pass from the Protocol Committee to use for the evening. Only those who are participating in the event will be entering the venue. Students, please plan to arrive promptly as class pictures will be at the beginning of the evening.

Spokane Club's Madison Street Parking Lot
36 North Madison Street - Spokane, WA

DIRECTIONS:
*From the loading zone under the blue awning on Riverside proceed west along Riverside Ave.
*Take the very 1st left on Madison Street.
*The parking lot is located on the right hand side just past Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral.
*The parking lot is underground and identified by a large blue & white sign marked "Spokane Club Parking."
*Please give your parking pass to the attendant so that they know you are attending The Oaks Protocol Event.

Please call Mrs. Shelley Moss (phone number available on Jupiter and staff directory) with any questions that arise the day of the event.

Rhetoric School Semester Testing & Early Dismissal Permission
* Permission forms due by Mon., Jan. 30 at 3:30pm

Once again this year Rhetoric students (grades 10–12) will have an altered schedule to accommodate semester tests during the last three days of the term (Wed.–Fri., Feb. 1–3). On these days, Rhetoric students may arrive at school when their assessments begin and may leave once their commitments are completed, provided that their parents have completed the Early Dismissal Permission form. While on campus, students are expected to be in uniform and in their assigned rooms for testing or study hall. The permission form is available in Jupiter and must be completed by Monday, January 30, at 3:30pm. Students will not be allowed to receive permission after this time, so please plan ahead. Please note, that all students will have a regular school day on Monday and Tuesday, January 30 and 31 and will be dismissed early on Friday, February 3 at 12:45pm, following Cantabile.

Rhetoric School - Semester 1 Test Schedule
Logic School - Semester 1 Test Schedule
*Logic School students will have regularly scheduled classes at their regular times & locations, unless denoted otherwise on this schedule.

National ACCS Honor Choir
*February 1 audition deadline

National ACCS Honor Choir Flyer
National ACCS Honor Choir website

It's not too late to audition for the ACCS National Honor Choir in Pittsburgh, PA on June 19–23! The auditions are straightforward – students can learn their parts via online part recordings and then submit recordings of themselves singing with a background track. The February 1 deadline is just two weeks away, however, so if your child is interested, please see Mrs. Amy Kim promptly. New Saint Andrews College is offering a $500 scholarship to students selected for the 2023 ACCS National Honor Choir! This is a wonderful opportunity for those students who are considering attending NSA in the future.

Junior High Basketball Registration Now Open
*Due Wed., Feb. 8 (payments due March 1)

If your child is planning to participate in basketball (7–8th grades), be sure to register today. Log in to your Jupiter parent portal and select the basketball registration form under Forms. Registrations are due by Wednesday, February 8 with payments due by Wednesday, March 1.

ACCS Blakey Prize in Fine Arts Competition
*Entry deadlines: Mar. 14 & Apr. 7

High school students (grades 9–12) from ACCS member schools are invited to compete with their peers from other ACCS member schools in a national visual arts competition. This competition has four categories, drawing, painting, apparel, and greeting cards, in which students may enter. For details please visit the ACCS Blakey Prize in Fine Arts Competition website and contact Mr. Trotter if you are interested in submitting an entry.

SAT School Day for Juniors – Wed., Mar. 22

Juniors and their parents, please read the SAT School Day Flyer from The Oaks College Advisor, Mrs. Lynn Gibson regarding the upcoming SAT School Day on Wednesday, March 22, in which all juniors are required to participate. Please contact Mrs. Gibson for questions.

Upcoming Activity Schedule Days

The Logic & Rhetoric school will be following an activity schedule (see the posted schedules) on the following dates. Students will follow the modified schedule throughout these days with the activity being denoted in the list below.

Fri., Jan. 27 – PM Activity Schedule
Dance Practice (10–12th grades) Extra Class Time (7–9th grades)
Mon., Feb. 17 – AM Activity Schedule
All School Photo

Upcoming Dates

Jan. 27

  • PM Activity Day - Dance Practice (10–12th Grades)
  • Senior Night

Jan. 28

  • Rhetoric School Winter Ball [5–9pm]

Jan. 31

  • Kindergarten Priority Applications for Current Families Due

Feb. 1

  • Kindergarten Open Applications Begin

Feb. 1–3

  • Logic & Rhetoric Schools - Semester Tests

Feb. 3

  • End of 2nd Quarter
  • Half-day [8:30am–12:45pm]
  • Cantabile [12:30–12:45pm]

Feb. 3–4

  • MCL JV Boys Basketball Tournament

Feb. 6–8

  • Spring Musical Auditions (new date)

Feb. 6–9

  • ERB Testing (3rd–10th Grades)

Feb. 9–11

  • MCL Varsity Basketball Tournament

Feb. 10

  • 2nd Quarter Report Cards Posted
  • 1st–12th Grade Priority Applications for Current Families Due

Feb. 13

  • Spring Musical Rehearsals Begin

Feb. 17

  • Picture Re-takes, Class Photos, & All-School Photo
  • AM Activity Day (All School Photo)

Feb. 20-24

  • Mid-Winter Break (No School)

Feb. 28

  • Open House [9–11am]

Mar. 1

  • 1st–12th Grade Open Applications Begin