3 Up, 3 Down: October 19, 2018 Edition

By Ryan O’Connor ’19 & Jack Viscuso ’21

3 Up:

Progress is Being Made

Tomorrow morning, parents will be able to view their sons’ first trimester/semester progress grades, giving them their first formal indication of their student’s academic performance so far this year.

The report will show letter grades only and can be accessed through the parent portal. Next Thursday at 7 p.m., Chaminade will host parent-student-teacher interviews to discuss student performance.

Virtually Awesome?

Next Friday, October 26, students will not attend classes due to the scheduled Professional Development Day.

However, as it is a virtual class day, students will be assigned work through Canvas to be completed over the weekend.

Footies to the Finals? 

Next Thursday, the JV and freshman soccer teams will travel to Cantiague Park in Hicksville for the league semifinals.

The freshman game is slated to start at 4 p.m., while the JV game will kick-off at 6 p.m.

Both teams have had phenomenal seasons thus far, and if they secure another win, each will compete in the league finals on October 29.

3 Down:

Welcome To Our House!

Prospective students in the Class of 2023 and their parents had the opportunity to experience Chaminade firsthand last Saturday, October 13.

The event brought together students and teachers to highlight the various academics, clubs, athletics, and related aspects of Chaminade.

And They’re Off!

Freshman swimmers competed in their first meet of the season last Saturday.

The team had a strong showing, floating away with a home victory over Archbishop Molloy.

The brief, 45-minute dual meet included several events across different strokes in which three Chaminade swimmers challenged three Molloy swimmers in each event.

Feeding the Hungry

The Class of 2019 gathered yesterday, Thursday, for one final evening of recollection.

The night kicked off with a tasty steak and curly fries dinner, followed by faith-based talks from Mr. Matthew Chicavich ’98 and Mr. Patrick Hoey ’01, as well as time for reflection. With over 200 pounds of steak and 30 pounds of French fries cooked, the seniors definitely satisfied their physical hunger.

The class also watched a short film with a touching story about what the theme “hunger” could mean for different people across the world – or for themselves.