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  • Employee of the Month - Kay Gentsch

    Once a month, Bishop Lynch elects a “Staffulty” member who has gone above and beyond their duties for Employee of the Month. Faculty and staff submit who they think is most deserving and the member with the most votes gets the award.
    For the month of May - Bishop Lynch has awarded Kay Gentsch this honor. Kay goes above and beyond.  She knows all the nooks and crannies of Blackboard and is constantly aiding teachers and students in their navigation of the learning tool.  She works on the TechTuesday newsletter and has represented BL and the iTeam and numerous different conferences.  She, along with Beth Burau, were recently published in an article about how we utilize the TEAL rooms and integrated learning at BL.
    Her commitment, sense of humor and outstanding abilities as a teacher and mentor set a great example for everyone in this school. She is an outstanding leader and has always been someone to look up to at Bishop Lynch.

    Please join us in congratulating Kay Gentsch on winning the Employee of the Month for May 2018!
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  • The Blackfriars Guild announces their 2018-2019 Season

    THE ARSONISTS by Max Frisch will be the fall Blackbox production. The play is a study of a tepid society that refuses to question obvious exploitation. Performances will be November 7-17, 2018 in the Blackbox Theatre.
    The Blackfriars spring musical is MAME, A classic musical based on the novel "Auntie Mame" by Patrick Dennis and the play "Auntie Mame" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Mame Dennis's eccentric, bohemian lifestyle is interrupted when her late brother's son is entrusted to her care. But rather than adopt to any societal standards about child rearing, money-making and romance - Mame does everything with her own dramatic flair. Performances will be February 22 – March 3 in the McGonigle Theatre.
    The 2019 spring play will be SENSE AND SENSIBILITY based on the novel by Jane Austen. It tells the story of the Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne as they come of age and move with their widowed mother from the estate on which they grew up to their meagre new home. Performances will be held in the Blackbox Theatre beginning April 3 and running through April 13.
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  • Junior Ring Ceremony Award Recipients

    Congratulations to the Juniors who were honored at Junior Ring Ceremony.

    Felix Maceda Memorial Award – Worth Gilbert
    Wellesley College Book Award – Lily Donald
    Junior Student Council Member of the Year – Lauren Youngblood
    Bausch and Lomb Award – Ashlyn Duy

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