What’s Going on This Week 10/8 – 10/14

by: Noah Fernandes ’20

Class Schedule: Fixed

Mon 10/8: 1 – 2 – A – H – 3 – 4

· Lunch: All students – there will be a town hall meeting in the chapel. It will be a student led forum to discuss gender issues, particularly in context with the Supreme Court confirmation hearing of Judge Kavanaugh.

· 3pm: Bell Online Journalism & Photography Workshop – New Members (S204)

· 7pm: Junior Parent College Night (Sobrato)

Tues 10/9: 5 – 6 – 7

· 5th Period @ 9:15am

· 8:15am: Magis Mass (Chapel)

· 12:30pm: Bell Online Journalism & Photography Workshop – New Members (S204)

· 4:30pm: Varsity Water Polo vs. Menlo School

· 5:30: JV Water Polo @ Menlo School

Wed 10/10: Classes Do Not Meet

· Freshmen: CSP Service Day

· 8am – 12pm Sophomores: Pre ACT (O’Donnell/Mathewson) Bring #2 Pencils

· 8am – 12pm Juniors: PSAT (Lokey) Bring #2 Pencils and Approved Calculator

· 9am – 1pm Seniors: College Application Workshops (SLC)

· 11am – 12:30pm: Mini College Fair (Quad)

· 6:30pm: Varsity Water Polo vs. AMHS

· 5:30pm: JV Water Polo vs. AMHS

· 4:30pm: Frosh Water Polo vs. AMHS

Thurs 10/11: Classes Do Not Meet

· 4pm: Varsity Water Polo vs. San Clemente

Fri 10/12: Classes Do Not Meet

· 7pm: Varsity Football vs. SHC @ SJCC

· 3pm: Frosh Football vs. SHC @ Bellarmine

Make sure to catch-up on your weekend review: https://bellonline.org/


  • Go purchase Macbeth Tickets on the BCP website!
  • Purchase tickets for the Halloween Themed Mixer on
    10/27 @bcp.org
  • No Roosters
    in the Desert:

    Come to the Black Box Theatre this weekend to see a play about four women
    crossing the US-Mexico border searching for a better life. Produced by students
    from Bellarmine and Presentation, this play examines the forces driving
    people to the U.S., the dangers four women face on their journey, and the
    difficult decisions they make. Admission is free; please reserve a seat at
    bit.ly/NoRoosters. Shows at 7pm on Saturday, 10/13 and 2pm on Sunday,

· Juniors & Seniors: don’t miss out on your last opportunity to sign up for Kairos! Spaces are limited and registration will likely be filled soon. You may use the Kairos registration link to register today!

· Magis Mass: All students are always invited to attend Magis Masses. Magis is a Latin word meaning more. When we use it in a Jesuit school setting, we mean to say “what more can I do for God?, what more can I do to become the person God created me to be?” The Magis Mass schedule for the year is as follows:

· Tuesday, October 9th 8:15-8:50—Fr. Mario

· Wednesday, November 28th 8:15-8:50—Fr. Wade

· Wednesday, February 27th 8:15-8:50—Fr. Cobb

· Wednesday, March 27th 8:15-8:50—Fr. Moodie


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