Delone Catholic is NOW CLOSED on Friday, March 6.

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Presenting "Little Women: The Broadway Musical"
Delone Catholic High School will present Little Women: the Broadway Musical on Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21 at 7:00 p.m. and on Sunday, March 22 at 2 p.m. on stage in the Old Gymnasium. Admission costs $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors, payable at the door. Delone Catholic students and faculty are admitted free with ID.

Music Association Plans Spaghetti Dinner
A Spaghetti Dinner benefiting the Delone Catholic Music Association will be held on Saturday, March 21, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. before the 7 p.m. performance of "Little Women: The Broadway Musical." A meal of spaghetti, garlic bread, salad, beverage, and dessert costs $7 for adults and $5 for children (age 4-10). Children 3 and under are free. Pre-ordering is required by contacting Ginger Slagle at or 717-637-5969.

Kadis Selected to American Football Worldwide Elite Team
MOLINE, Ill. – Jake Kadis from Delone Catholic High School in McSherrystown, Pennsylvania will represent the United States as part of the American Football Worldwide ELITE team as they travel to tour and compete in Italy. Kadis, along with the rest of AFW ELITE will participate in an international game against the U19 national team of Italy scheduled to take place in Milan on April 4, 2015. Read more...

Eating for Performance Seminar Planned

Changes Coming to Instructional Support Program

Mr. Robert Lester has resigned from his position in the Instructional Support program due to medical reasons. He has established our program and devoted his energies to improving the academic success of the students enrolled in the program. Miss Beth Sneeringer of the Delone Catholic mathematics department will assume the position of Instructional Support Coordinator beginning March 23, after the completion of the third quarter.

Please click here to view letters from Dr. Maureen Thiec, Principal and Miss Beth Sneeringer concerning the upcoming change.

Music Association Fundraising Dinner On Sale Now
The Music Association is planning the 34th Annual Fundraiser dinner at the SAVES Social Hall in Brushtown, Pa. on Saturday, April 11 at 6:30 p.m. Your $100 ticket includes admission for two adults to a family-style turkey dinner, open bar (cocktail hour starts at 5:30 p.m. and will be closed during dinner), and of course the chance to win one of 52 cash prizes, including the grand prize of $5,000. There will also be the popular 13 jars, 50/50 drawing, and chances to win various gift baskets.

Last year, every ticket was purchased prior to the night of the event. To ensure you keep your special number, please submit your payment by Dec. 1.  Click here to order online. If you have any questions please contact Ginger Slagle at 717-451-6399 or

Share Your Memories
No matter how enthusiastic the photographer, we can’t cover every minute of every activity. Do you have that perfect photo from a game, a dance, or other fun activity? Would you like to share a personal photo of one of our school activities to the Publication class for possible inclusion in the yearbook?

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Sister Maria's Daily Announcements - Week of March 1, 2015


Friday, March 6
E Day
Junior Class Fundraiser

Saturday, March 7
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday, March 9
F Day
Junior Class Fundraiser

7:00 PM
in Faculty Dinning Room

Faith Is a Full-Time Job - Read Full Article

Thursday, March 5 – Thursday of the Second Week of Lent

Jeremiah 17:5-10; Psalm 1:1-4, 6; Luke 16:19-31

Karley Coleman, ‘15

Faith Is a Full-Time Job

“But blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord and has made the Lord his hope and confidence.” Jeremiah 17:7

Lent is a time to reflect on the faith and to strengthen your personal relationship with God. We cannot turn our faith on and off; we are called to believe and follow Christ all the time. The Kingdom of God is at hand and we are building it throughout our lives. We are called to live, not for materialistic things, but rather for the life to come and the eternal happiness we will find with Christ. As Luke 16 says, we must help those in need. Lazarus begged from the rich man, but the rich man didn’t bother to help his brother. The rich man was sent to eternal anguish because of his greed. The Lord describes the man who trusts in God as a tree planted along a riverbank. This is true today; if we plant our roots in Christ, we will continue to flourish. Our job as Christians is to help others flourish by our good deeds. Those who do not fall into sin will rejoice in heaven with God. This Lent, pay close attention to those who need your help, pray for strength to turn away from evil, and find God in every situation.

Delone School Fund
March 2015 Daily Raffle


Delone Catholic is Latex-free!

Because of the increasing number of students who have allergic reactions to latex, through contact and through the air, Delone Catholic will use only products that are free from latex. We need the help of all parents and students to make sure that no latex balloon enters this school for birthday celebrations, for athletic senior recognition, for school dances or for any decoration throughout the school. For one of our students, this could be a life-threatening situation so everyone’s help is needed and appreciated.

Delone Catholic Practices Safety for those with Nut Allergies!

Items containing peanuts and other tree nuts may be brought to school for individual lunches, but we ask that after eating foods containing nuts, you thoroughly wash your hands and any surfaces you have come in contact with. When supplying food for group consumption, please refrain from bringing items containing nuts unless you also supply an alternative. Thank you for keeping the safety of all of our students in mind!