The De Porres House mourns the loss of member Reese Termulo. To honor Reese’s memory, all De Porres mentor groups made pink ribbons this week and distributed them school-wide in advance of Reese’s funeral. Dean Lori Rodriguez said it was a therapeutic activity and a way for house members to remember their friend and classmate.
“The students were able to reminisce about Reese while making a tangible reminder of her to share with the entire school,” said Mrs. Rodriguez.
“I know the De Porres House has an extra special guardian angel watching over all of us.”
Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
Implementing a house system at Bishop Lynch High School was a big, bold move to improve pastoral care, mentorship and student leadership opportunities. Now that the BL House System is underway, it’s time to check in on the progress and hear from deans, mentors, student leaders, and students.
This weekly series provides a glimpse into all the ways – big and small – that students, and even staffulty, are being positively affected by the new BL House System. It will also address plans for growth and refinement during year one.
Faithful to Catholic Tradition and to our Dominican heritage of scholarship and service, Bishop Lynch High School promotes the development of the total person by bringing together a diverse community in a rigorous, college preparatory environment where students are taught to strive for excellence, seek truth, and work for justice in the world. - Founded in 1963