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The following article was written by Hello, Dolly! cast member Dekan Patterson '19. 

Musicals are not a one-man show. To make a musical happen, you need cooperation, time, enthusiasm, and so much more.  The actors will need to prepare to make everything in the musical excellent. There are so many things that will happen behind the curtain that makes the show happen too. But who and what does it really take to do a musical?


A new group of students were inducted into The Monsignor Michael J. Walz Chapter of the National Honor Society this morning. The ceremony began with a procession of current NHS members and the new inductees. Seniors Alexis Turner, Matt Szymanski, Bailee Burgard, and John Jardine gave speeches about the 4 Pillars of National Honor Society: Character, Scholarship, Leadership & Service.

IMG 9601Our country was built on immigration. Today, there is controversy over this topic that shaped our nation. Today in Mr. Machoukas’ Sociology class, juniors and seniors held a debate about the Executive Order on Immigration that President Trump has put into place.

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April 1, 2017
The Pinnacle | Maumee
6:00 PM


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Red & Black, the annual auction for Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School & St. Kateri Catholic Academy, is the largest fundraiser of the year. Red & Black supports scholarships, financial aid, teacher salaries, and all the little things that make a big difference for our students!

Join us for a wonderful night of incredible food, camaraderie, silent & live auctions, and once in a lifetime opportunities!


Featured Auctions Items 

Braces by Dr. Bunkers: You'll want to show off those pearly whites after you get your new smile from Dr. Bunkers! Let Dr. Bunkers and his team transform your smile!
Donor: Dr. Jeffrey Bunkers 

Trip to Destin, FL: Enjoy 6 days and 5 nights at the beautiful Mediterranea resort in Destin, FL. Trip includes a Newman-Dailey gift card which is good toward area activities and free movie rentals.
Donor: Newman-Dailey Resort Properties, Inc. |Jeanne Dailey '77 & Debbie Dailey '86

Whiskey Tasting with Fr. Eric Schild: Enjoy an evening tasting Davenport Whiskey and a variety of drinks and delicacies paired by renowned chef Mike Sader.
Donor: Mike Sader, Temperance Brands | Larry Davenport '68

Graduation Package: Celebrate your graduate in style! Graduation package includes a reserved full pew at Rosary Cathedral for Graduation, tent, tables, chairs, a chill n fill table, DJ, and a $300 Meijer gift card for your graduation party!
Donor: Meijer, Great Lakes Rentals, Rico Sounds, Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School

Hamilton on Broadway: Don't throw away your shot at seeing Lin Manuel Miranda's SOLD OUT Hamilton on Broady! Includes two tickets to the May 24th performance at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City!
Donor: A Friend of the Cardinal Family

Handlebar Toledo: Experience Downtown Toledo in a unique way with the Handlebar Toledo Pub Crawl. Combine your love of the outdoors and socializing while pedaling around Toledo with your favorite beverage. Includes two $50 Visa gift cards.
Donor: Handlebar Toledo, Directions Credit Union

Biplane Tour: Take a unique tour over Canada in a restored Naval Aircraft Factory N3N, a pre-WWII flight trainer that was originally stationed at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, FL.
Donor: Bill Hirzel


Cardinal Ticket Raffle

Even if you cannot attend Red & Black, purchase your Cardinal Tickets and you can STILL be a winner!

The winner of the Cardinal Ticket Raffle will select an auction package of their choice prior to the start of the live auction. Tickets are $25 each or 5 for $100. Winner does not need to be present to win.

Purchase your Cardinal Tickets here!

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The Pre-Kindergarten students were treated to special guests this week. On Monday, February 6th, Chief Navarre and Officer Shaw of the Oregon Police Department visted the students to talk about what it is like to be a police officer. Chief Navarre and Officer Shaw also fielded questions from our young students. As an appreciation for protecting our community, each student prepared a "thank you" card that will be handed out to officers in the police department.