The faculty and staff are having the best day at school on All Hallows Eve! Young at heart forever!
Each year, St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School students organize games and offer candy prizes for Holy Family Catholic elementary school students under the name Trunk or Treat! This is what servant leadership looks like at St. Dominic Savio - students offering their time, talents, and treasures to support the youngest members of our Catholic Community! Great job students!
THE FALL PLAY! THE FALL PLAY! IT'S TIME FOR THE FALL PLAY! November 3 & 4.
The Babbling Brooks by Kurtz Gordon is a family-friendly comedy in three acts. Betty, with the help of her friends, writes a neighborhood newspaper with information gained by eavesdropping on her mother's phone conversations. When the neighbors read the paper, filled with gossip, innuendo, and half-truths, consequences must be paid by the daughter and her mother! The show is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.
At the annual St. Dominic Savio Catholic High Senior Retreat students took time away from their daily routines to just be together, have fun, and pray together. Each year, the Savio administration makes it a point to schedule annual retreats for all students throughout the school year. This, for the most part, is to highlight that it is each one's individual faith that will carry them through life's many ups and downs and that taking a break to be with friends and God is a beautiful balance.
On October 12, the St. Dominic Savio Varsity Volleyball team hosted their first-ever Orange Out game. Typically, most volleyball teams host a "Pink Out" game to raise awareness for Breast Cancer. One of the Varsity Captains, Sarah Pettinato, suggested the Orange Out night as Orange is the color that represents Blood Cancer Awareness (for blood cancers like Leukemia), as this is a special cause so close to her heart.
The girls leveraged social media to encourage attendees to wear orange, sold t-shirts to middle school night attendees, and created an orange-out concessions table. Prior to the game, Sarah spoke to the crowd in a moving speech about why this was such a special night for her. By bringing together Orange Out night, Middle School night, and House Council night (points awarded to houses for attendance at the game), early estimates show the girls raised somewhere close to $1900.00 for charities that support families dealing with Blood Cancers.
We have a full week of fun activities planned! After country vs. country club on Tuesday, students will have weekly Mass on Wednesday, pajama day on Thursday, and mums, garters, overalls, and a pep rally on Friday. Friday's Homecoming game with the Alumni Tailgate on Friday night, and the homecoming dance on Saturday night. Show us your overalls and garters using #savio2023homecoming.
Back by popular demand, the 2023 Eagle Golf Classic and Golf Ball Drop will be held on November 10, with an 8:30 a.m., shotgun start. Organized by the St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School Booster Club, this event helps to keep the “no fee” athletic policy in place. Please consider joining this year's Eagle Golf Classic at Crystal Fall Golf Club!
GOLF BALL DROP HERE: