Trying Something New...
We're trying something new in October -- changing this Weekly Update to a Monthly Update. Why the change?
- We've ramped up our content on Social Media, sharing information on a daily basis
- Calendar information is available inside MySchoolApp (Blackbaud)
- To cut down on unnecessary emails
We'll see how it goes and switch back to weekly if beneficial. Share your thoughts if you have a strong feeling about it one way or the other. Please be sure to join us on Facebook and Instagram for a daily update on all things Newman!
Newman Moms Gather in Prayer
The Newman Moms in Prayer held their inaugural prayer and fellowship meeting this morning (Sep. 30). Lifting up their sons and daughters, and the entire Newman community in prayer, the group meets every Friday at 9:00 a.m. Contact Krissy Zichichi (707) 535-9091 or Edna Lefort (707) 889-3928 for more information or to join.
Tennis moves to 9–0 in League!
In their first meeting of the season, the CN Women's Tennis Team continued their winning ways sweeping Piner High School 7-0 in NBL play. Led by seniors and Co-Captains, Kaylin Smith at #1 singles and Izzy Blakely at #2 singles, the Cardinals used a balanced attack against the host Prospectors taking the 3 singles and 4 doubles matches without dropping a set. The Cardinals continue the second half of the season next week with 3 matches, Tuesday at Santa Rosa then home matches Wednesday (Piner) and Thursday (Rancho Cotate). The Cardinals are now 9-0 in league and 9-1 overall.
Men's Water Polo Topples Three Teams in Tourney Play
In the Vintage Valley Tournament, the CN Men's Water Polo team fought hard to defeat Justin-Siena, Roseville, and Concord, losing only to the San Marin Mustangs. Way to go!
Raise the Pick
On Wednesday in Guitar Class students rehearsed a song with new chords that the class is learning (can you guess what the song is?) – and learned how to raise their guitar picks in triumph at the end of the song, even if they struggled to actually play the song. Click here to watch the video!
St. Angela Merici Statue Restoration
David and Regina Dittman came back this week to finish the restoration of the statue of St. Angela Merici. Combined with the new landscaping and lighting, this holy reminder is now ready for next Sunday's dedication and blessing. Thank you to all who have made this project such a success!
Join us on Sunday, October 9
As a community, we're coming up on an important milestone this year -- the fifth anniversary of the Tubbs Fire. We've joined with St. Rose Catholic School to invite our communities to Gather with Gratitude this October 9th. Through faith, togetherness, and generosity we have made a significant recovery and wish to acknowledge our blessings and thank all who contributed to our restoration.
- Sunday, October 9, 2022 at the ACC
- 10 AM: Mass in the ACC (Father Brown)
- 11 AM: Dedication of St. Angela Merici Statue
- 11:30 AM: BBQ Lunch
- Both schools will be open for tours
The Marian Sisters have given us their statue of St. Angela Merici to commemorate the event. St. Angela will be placed in the median of our shared entry way to greet our visitors. St. Angela is a patron saint of both schools and founder of the Order of Ursulines from 1535. Her charism, SERVIAM, encapsulates the teachings of both schools and the way in which the community responded to our needs. Register here.
We Want Your Used Books
Please bring any used textbooks and books to the Academic Support Center, Room 218! We are accepting donations to help students out all year long! Thank you from Mr. Alioto and Mrs. Kraft.
Stay Connected With Your School Counselor!
Grade 9 Tracy Williams email@example.com Ext:126
Grades 10-12 (Last Name A-K) Laura Corriveau (Jorgensen) firstname.lastname@example.org Ext:138
Grades 10-12 (Last Name L-Z) Rachel Wood email@example.com Ext:124
Don't worry, they'll be ready!
Enjoy this short video of Dance III Honor's rehearsal, a piece called "New York" for their Fall Show titled: "WE ARE ONE."
The Cardinal Newman Dancers will be performing this dance at the North Bay Dance Festival in October.
Watch the video by clicking here!