Student Life at Bishop Lynch


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 Meet the cast and crew of A Midsummer Night's Dream 

Meet the cast and crew from this year's fall production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM >> https://TheFriarFeed.org/?p=2177 

 The Blackfriars Fall Play 


A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM - portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta, the former queen of the Amazons. Written by Shakespeare, the comedy includes run-away lovers, fairies, nymphs and satyrs frolicking in the forests surrounding Athens, Greece.
 
The show opens next week, with a Preview Performance on Wednesday, November 8th. Half-price tickets for the preview are $5 each. Regular evening performances:  
Thursday, November 9th, 7:30 pm
Saturday, November 10th, 7:30 pm
Thursday, November 16th, 7:30 pm
Friday, November 17th, 7:30 pm
Saturday, November 18th, 7:30 pm
Sunday, November 11th, 2:00 pm
 
Tickets are $10 per person and will be sold during lunches, charged to your MKS account, and online athttps://www.bishoplynch.org/BlackfriarsFallPlay. All performances will take place in the Blackbox Theatre. Seating is limited, so be sure to arrive early.
 

 Attention Senior Parents 

You should have received the e-mail detailing all you need to know for graduating senior recognition ads for the BLHS Veritas Yearbook. The deadline for senior ad submission is Friday, December 1, 2017 by 4 p.m. in room 133. If you mail in your submission, please allow time for the US Mail to deliver and still meet the deadline. Also, if you deliver via your graduating senior, please make sure they did remember to drop it off in room 133. Sometimes that form of delivery can have fulfillment challenges! A few things to note:

1. Ads MUST be received in complete form – the e- receipt, the signed contract, the hi-resolution images on a thumb drive. We cannot accept piecemeal submissions as it lends itself to error. Please refer to the checklist included on the contract.

2. Images must be at least 300 dpi. You CANNOT make a digital original photo that is a lower resolution into a higher resolution.

3. The Veritas Yearbook Staff will create the ads! All you have to do is send us the images and the working. We will do the rest!

Thank you for your support of the BLHS Veritas yearbook program!

 Food Drive - Nov. 6th-17th 

Bishop Lynch annual Thanksgiving Food Drive benefiting Catholic Charities of Dallas

Bring your donations to the atrium under the “Fill This Space” sign and help us FILL THIS SPACE! 

Items needed:

Can vegetables (15 oz.)
Canned fruit (15 oz.)
Canned meat (any size)
Canned soup (15 oz.)
Canned beans (15 oz.)
Cooking oil (any size)
Dry beans (any size)
Jelly (18 oz.)
Cereal (16-17 oz.)
Oatmeal (16-17 oz.)
Peanut butter (18 oz.)
Pasta (any-NO ramen)
Rice (5 lbs. or less)

Help alleviate hunger in Dallas!  Please be as generous as you “can”

 French Week Shirts for Sale 

If you missed out on ordering a French Week shirt and would like to order one, please access the French T-shirt google form below to request a shirt. If we reach 12 or more orders, we can make a second order! Please place your order by no later than Tuesday, the 14th, at 4 p.m.
 
Link to order: http://bit.ly/2l1iRyD
 

 Grandparents' Day Volunteers Needed 

The annual Bishop Lynch Grandparents' Day is here on campus next Friday, November 17th. With over 500 grandparents/students expected to attend we need help in setting up and decorating the evening before and then help in registering them on the day of the event as well as cleanup after the event. Please consider an hour of your time to help us out - you are more than welcomed to sign up for more than one time slot!  Thank you!
For any questions please contact Deb Jaska at deb.jaska@bishoplynch.org 

Click here to sign up  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0b4baaab2ea3fa7-2017

 Christmas Bazaar - Sat., Dec. 9th 

 
BL's Brigade Drill Team has limited vendor booth space available at their Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 9.  The Bazaar is hosted by parents to support Brigade with their travel expenses to competitions.
 
Registration is only available online at: http://bit.ly/2zqVd4h
Questions can be directed to :  blbrigademarkets@gmail.com
 
Be sure to check out their facebook site for vendors and event updates! 

 

 SAGE Standard 

Scratch cooking, using fresh, wholesome, local, and campus-grown ingredients where possible. 

 

· When we cook from scratch, we know exactly what’s in our food. We know the protein and produce are fresh; we can avoid the use of preservatives; and we can make substitutions for common allergens. 

· We purchase from more than 800 local and regional suppliers; and the list is growing! 

· Local purchasing reduces the amount of gasoline used in transporting food, and the amount of preservatives necessary to keep food fresh in transit. It also supports the local economy by keeping schools’ money within their students’ communities. 

· Over 150 of our venues have on-site gardens or farms; in many locations, SAGE helps with planting, upkeep, and harvesting in addition to incorporating the produce into seasonal meals. 

· On-campus gardening and farming offer academic and physical enrichment for students by serving as a focus for science classes, volunteer and extracurricular work, independent research and experimentation, and community enrichment. 

The SAGE Standards are our promise to you. They’re what you can expect every time you eat in the dining hall. These standards support the health of your community, your environment, and your local economy. Full article: https://www.sagedining.com/blog/post/120278/sage-defines-the-food-service-standard

 BL Book Club 

Instead of a book discussion, the November BL Book Club will attend an author event on Monday, November 13th at 7:30 pm: 

2017 Perkins Fall Convocation: The Power of the Story - Anne Lamott

A reading from and discussion of Lamott's most recent work Hallelujah Anyway: Rediscovering Mercy followed by a Q&A session with the author. 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2017 - 7:30-9:00 pm

McFarlin Auditorium SMU
6405 Boaz Lane, Dallas, TX, 75205

Register for this free event and print off the ticket from the link below:
https://secure.touchnet.net/C21403_ustores/web/store_main.jsp?STOREID=107&SINGLESTORE=true

Join us at 6:00 pm at the La Madeleine - 3072 Mockingbird Lane (at I-75) for dinner. We will leave at 6:45 pm to drive over together.  Anne Lamott may be signing books, so bring Hallelujah Anyway, if you have interest in getting a copy signed.   

Questions, contact Terry Hopkins, 214/686-3997 (cell) or terry.hopkinscorpuz@gmail.com

 

 2017 Choir Poinsettia Sale 

Get a head start on your holiday decorating! The Bishop Lynch Choirs will be selling poinsettia plants for the Christmas season! Plants come in three sizes (based on the diameter of the pot) - 6”, 8” and 10”. Each size also comes in three colors: red, white or pink. Proceeds assist choir students with their travel to compete in various competitions. This spring the Choirs will travel for a performance tour to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. 
 
You may order poinsettias in several ways: 
 
1. Placing an order directly through a choir student. 
2. Forms are available in the Lynch Locker - be sure to include the name of a choir student on your order form (if you don’t know a choir student, your order will be assigned to the choir’s general fund). 
3. Forms are available on the BL Choir website: http://www.bishoplynch.org/document.doc?id=9444 and can be turned in to the Lynch Locker or to any choir student.
4. Parish Sales after Masses on various weekends in October and November.  Check with your parish to see if this is happening! Poinsettia pick up for these sales will be after Masses on December 2nd - 3rd. 
 
ALL Orders must be received by Monday, November 13th, and payment must accompany the order.  Plants will be delivered by the choir student who places your order.  Thank you for supporting the BL Choirs!
 

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About Student  Life at Bishop Lynch

Students at Bishop Lynch are encouraged to pursue much more than the standard academic endeavors. In fact, over 90% of BL students participate in extracurricular activities.  With an assortment of nearly 50 different clubs and organizations on campus, students can easily find others who share their hobbies, interests and passions. 

BL students are also encouraged to become active contributors to society as a whole by participating in community service projects throughout their high school years.  True to our Catholic roots, Bishop Lynch provides students with daily opportunities to attend mass, and ample ministry opportunities. 

New to BL?

The BL Ambassadors help new students find a sense of belonging by sponsoring events for incoming Freshmen and transfer students.

Did You Know?

BL students produce a daily video news program called BL Live, a printed newspaper called The Ledger, and the award-winning Veritas Yearbook.

Save the Date!

Join us for the BL Sunday - Open House!

Sunday, December 3, 2017

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