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  • Sign up for "Delone in the Dark" (6th and 7th graders)!

    Delone Catholic High School Student Council will be hosting their annual “Delone in the Dark Nights” for students in sixth and seventh grades. 

    The boys night will be Friday, April 7 and the girls night Friday, April 21. Students are to be dropped off in the lobby of the Lawrence B. (Sonny) Sheppard, Jr. Memorial Gymnasium from 6-6:30 p.m. Pick up time is 10:15-10:30 p.m.

    There will be games, food, prizes, and the popular scavenger hunt in the dark.  The students will be making their own pizza using various toppings. Students do NOT have to attend a Catholic School to participate. 

    Cost is $5 (to cover the cost of food). Please register by March 24. After March 24 the cost will be $10. No registrations will be accepted past March 31. 

    More details and registration forms are attached. Please contact Miss Pinkos with questions at 717-637-5969 x344. 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Sign up for the Squire Picnic (3rd, 4th and 5th graders)!

    Delone Catholic High School Student Council will be hosting their annual Squire Picnic for students in third, fourth and fifth grades on Sunday, April 30. The day begins at 1 p.m. and ends at 4 p.m. on J.T. Flaherty field. There will be games, hamburgers, hot dogs, and prizes.  Students do NOT have to attend a Catholic School to participate. 

    More details and the registration form are attached. Please register no later than April 21. Contact Miss Pinkos at 717-637-5969 x344 with questions. 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Delone Catholic Celebrates Founder’s Day; Plans Hall of Honor Celebration

    Delone Catholic High School is celebrating its Founder’s Day on Thursday, Feb. 9, in honor of the 153rd birthday of its founding benefactor and namesake, Charles J. Delone, Esq. Delone Catholic is a regional high school serving students of all faiths in the Adams Deanery of the Diocese of Harrisburg and surrounding areas, including Northern Maryland. The school is in its 77th year in 2016-17.

     

    This year also marks the induction of the second class of the Hall of Honor. The Hall of Honor inducted its inaugural class in conjunction with the celebration of the school’s 75th Anniversary on Sept. 19, 2015. The Hall of Honor recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution to the school through consistent contribution of time, effort and/or financial resources or who have improved the school and its reputation through significant professional or community achievements.

     

    Members of the Class of 2017 are:

    • Mr. Kenneth J. Cole, Class of 1954, who served in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. During his time he served on the Agriculture Committee, Veterans Affairs Committee, Health and Welfare Committee, Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee, Federal-State Regulations Committee and as the chairman of the Local Government Subcommittee. Some of Mr. Cole’s major undertakings were done through the Potomac River Basin Interstate Committee, the Adams County Cancer Crusade, the Chesapeake Bay Commission, and the Battle of Gettysburg 125th Anniversary Commission.
    • Mr. John Thomas “J.T.” Flaherty, who was a teacher, coach and administrator at Delone Catholic from 1957-1978. He taught history and social studies and later was Dean of Students. His coaching legacy includes 18 years as the baseball head coach, 21 years of football coaching (20 as an assistant and one as head coach), nine years as basketball head coach, and athletic director for 18 years. During his tenure, he experienced six years as concurrent coach of two sports and athletic director, one year as head coach of three sports, and a member of the PIAA District III Committee. Delone Catholic’s football field was renamed “J.T. Flaherty Field” in his memory in 1978. Mr. Flaherty has previously been inducted into the South Central Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame and the Adams County Sports Hall of Fame.
    • Mr. Thomas R. “Coach” Staub, Class of 1958, dedicated 40 years to serving Delone Catholic as a teacher, coach and athletic director. As a faculty member in the social studies department, Mr. Staub co-initiated the Mock Political Convention, a tradition that continues to this day. He coached football, basketball and baseball, with a special love for baseball, which he coached for 24 years. Upon his retirement, “Coach” continued to exemplify being a “Doer of the Word” by assisting with filming athletics contests, and, even now, assists with snow removal and mowing and lining of the athletic fields at Delone Catholic.
    • Brother René Sterner, FSC, Class of 1955, dedicated his life to Catholic education for nearly 54 years. Brother René was a teacher, principal and president at several schools and a strong pioneer in Forensics. During his time at La Salle College High School, Brother René led his students to the National Catholic Forensics League Championship and the National Forensic League Championship. When he returned to Delone Catholic, he coached the Forensics program which continues to excel and secure championship titles. He also served as the school’s Director of Development and Alumni Relations for two years, during which time he reestablished the Delone Catholic Alumni Association. He received the National Catholic Forensics League Alumni Lifetime Service award after spending nearly 50 years transforming the lives of young people through speech and debate. He is a member of the Pennsylvania High School Speech League and the National Forensic League Halls of Fame.

     

    The Hall of Honor Class of 2017 will be inducted on Sunday, March 26 at 3 p.m. The luncheon will be catered by the Altland House and hosted in the Delone Catholic cafeteria. Tickets are $35 and on sale until Friday, March 17. To purchase, please call 717-637-5969, Ext. 211 or email gslagle@delonecatholic.org.

     

    The Hall of Honor nomination committee invites nominations for the Delone Catholic Hall of Honor Class of 2018. For eligibility requirements and nomination forms, please click here. Anyone without access to a computer who wishes to make a nomination may contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 717-637-5969, Ext. 211. Nominations must be received by Sept. 1, 2017 in order to be considered for the Class of 2018. Any nominations received after that date will be considered for the Class of 2019.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Tuition Assistance Application Now Available

    The 2017-18 Tuition Assistance Application through FACTS is now available here: https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3NG3Y

    All Pennsylvania AND Maryland residents will use the FACTS program.
    In previous years, Maryland families were directed elsewhere, but that is no longer the case.

    For Pennsylvania Families - Attached is a guide for the Neumann Scholarship through the Diocese of Harrisburg. Your application is still entered through the link posted above, but this guide provides more details. This is for Pennsylvania residents only. 

    The deadline to apply is April 15.

    All reports are available online in real time. Preliminary assessment results for online applications are available immediately upon submission by the parents. Final assessments results are updated once FACTS receives the supporting tax documents for an applicant. Please allow a two week processing time once all applications and applicable tax documents have been submitted.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Parents of Juniors: SAVE THE DATE

    The Junior Parent Meeting will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. A written letter with complete details will be sent soon.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Inclement Weather Reminders

    For delays and closures: Delone Catholic parents are notified via One-Call of school delays and closures. The information, along with early dismissal information, is posted on the website, Facebook, and Twitter as soon as possible. You may also call the school at 717-637-5969 and the recording will notify you of a delay or closure. WGAL is notified immediately upon the decision to delay or close. In addition to T.V., closures and delays are posted on http://www.wgal.com/weather/closings

    For early dismissals: Phone calls from parents will not be accepted for dismissal requests. The phone lines are needed to receive information from the school districts. We also encourage students to call parents from the office to inform them of the different drop off schedule for bus transportation so that an adult may be available for the transport from the bus stop to home.

    Please be alert to those weather forecasts for incoming snow possibilities. If you wish your student to be dismissed at a different time, you must send in a note with your student for each dismissal. No emails and no phone calls will be accepted. Notes must be turned in before homeroom, on the day they are to be applied. You may not submit one note for the duration of the school year. A note must be delivered on each separate occasion.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Interact Club Raises Money for Hanover Area Council of Churches

    On Jan. 4, students from the Delone Catholic Interact Club presented a check for $1,350 to Mrs. Carol Hinkle from the Hanover Area Council of Churches. The funds were the proceeds from the club’s annual pit beef sale. The meals were prepared by Little Everett’s BBQ, with the proceeds again being donated to the Hanover Area Council of Churches Provide-a-Lunch (PAL) program.

    The club officers are picture with Mrs. Hinkle in the front left of the photo. 

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  • An Important Message from Dr. Thiec and the Board of Directors

    December 13, 2016

    Dear Parents,

    As written in the book of Ecclesiastes, "To everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under Heaven." After twenty-five wonderful years as Principal of Delone Catholic, I am announcing my retirement. Leaving dedicated and faith-filled faculty, hard-working and determined students, supportive and caring parents, brings a lump to my throat and tears to my eyes.

    In February 2016, I informed the Diocese of Harrisburg that the school year of 2016-2017 would be my last year serving as Principal. The purpose of this advanced notice was to provide the optimal time for the search, for interviews, for dialogue to find the most capable person to continue the tradition that is Delone Catholic High School.

    Delone Catholic has made so much progress in this quarter of a century. With input of faculty and willingness to provide expanded academic subjects, we increased the number of AP courses. We also introduced the Algebra I program for Grade 8 students in our deanery. This move led to the ability to expand both the science and math curricula with the addition of Statistics at the AP and Honors level, Biology II, Chemistry II, Physics II and Anatomy and Physiology both Honors and Academic. Economics was added as a required course along with the re-configuration of the computer courses. The virtual high school courses came into existence last year and have potential for great growth and challenge.

    Delone Catholic added the positions of Spiritual Life Direction, Instructional Support Coordinator/Teacher and Director of Enrollment and Marketing. These positions have strengthened our Catholic identity, our ability to assist students with learning difficulties to gain success and confidence in academics and our ability to spread the good news which is Delone Catholic High School.

    There are so many memories - the first day of school in 1992, the first of everything throughout that school year (athletic contests, band competitions, forensics competitions, honor roll presentations during what was A1 assembly period, Masses in the old gym, concerts, dramatic performances, and musicals). I thank Mr. Yealy for giving me the opportunity my first year to participate in the school play, "Fiddler On the Roof." The bond with some of those cast members has continued throughout the years.

    The memories have grown each and every year as I rejoiced in the accomplishments of the students. Those accomplishments continued into future education and beyond. These students have excelled as they matriculated to the choice of profession. They continued to exemplify our motto, "Be Doers of the Word."

    Now as I face the last time for everything, the realization is difficult. I know it is the last time I will gather with the football team at the end zone. It will be the last time I serve with the coach in the presentation of a District medal. It will be the last Algebra class. It will be the last Baccalaureate and Graduation. So many "lasts" will occur.

    What I can look forward to is time with the grandchildren to attend those grandparent days at school, concerts, plays, athletic contests, and sacraments (First Communion and Confirmation). Education is and will always be a part of my life. I will wait for that phone call to come and substitute here or at the two local deanery schools.

    I thank all of you for your support of Delone Catholic High School and me. You will always be in my prayers and in my heart.

    Sincerely,

    Maureen C. Thiec, Ed.D.
    Principal

     

     


    From the Board of Directors

    Dear Parents, Alumni and Friends,

    Dr. Thiec has announced her retirement at the conclusion of the 2016-17 school year after 25 years of service to Delone Catholic High School. Through her leadership, we have strengthened Delone Catholic with an exceptional Catholic identity which is exemplified in our academically strong, socially responsible students; our outstanding faculty and staff; fiscal health and prosperity; major capital improvements; and a strategic plan to guide our tradition of excellence.

    Change is inevitable, and while transition brings uncertainties, the Board of Directors is committed to seeking a new leader of Delone Catholic High School that will continue our success, provide fresh ideas and new enthusiasm, and challenge us to grow in new ways.
    The process is one that is undertaken in collaboration with the Diocese of Harrisburg.
    While the initial search is primarily a Diocesan initiative, local representatives will play an important role in the process, with the final decision to be made by Bishop Gainer.

    The Board of Directors thanks Dr. Thiec for her dedication and love of Delone Catholic High School. Her commitment to Delone Catholic has fostered an atmosphere where parents have been strongly supported as the primary educators of their children, outstanding faculty and staff members have called students to their very best in academics and in extra-curricular activities, and our graduates have gone on to serve God and country, as active
    "Doers of the Word."

    Information regarding a celebration will be provided later in the school year. Please join in
    thanking Dr. Thiec for her time-honored dedication to Delone Catholic High School.

    Sincerely,

    Douglas A. Little, PhD, C'81
    President
    Board of Directors

    Delone Catholic High School
  • REMINDER: Dismissal Procedure for Inclement Weather

    Phone calls from parents will not be accepted for dismissal requests. The phone lines are needed to receive information from the school districts. We also encourage students to call parents from the office to inform them of the different drop off schedule for bus transportation so that an adult may be available for the transport from the bus stop to home.

    Please be alert to those weather forecasts for incoming snow possibilities. If you wish your student to be dismissed at a different time, you must send in a note with your student for each dismissal. No emails and no phone calls will be accepted. Notes must be turned in before homeroom, on the day they are to be applied. You may not submit one note for the duration of the school year. A note must be delivered on each separate occasion.

    This year, WGAL will be posting all closing online and not sending customized emails as they have in the past. Delone Catholic parents are notified via One-Call of school delays and closures. The information, along with early dismissal information, is posted on the website, Facebook, and Twitter as soon as possible.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • eChalk Update FYI

    For your information, an update to eChalk made this past weekend allows for calendar subscriptions.  If you use your phone's calendar or if you use a calendar service like Google Calendar, use the new subscribe link on eChalk calendars to access the iCal address that can be added to your calendar service.  Remember to set the calendar to sync on your mobile device.

    You might consider subscribing to: the Delone Catholic High School calendar, the Spiritual Life Calendar, the Guidance Calendar, the Athletics Calendar, the Music Calendar, the Athletic or Music Association calendars, or the calendars for any of your classes or groups. 

    If you have questions or need help, please see Mrs. Fuhrman or email webmaster@delonecatholic.org.

    Delone Catholic High School

Works of Mercy Program at Delone Catholic

The DCHS Works of Mercy (Service) program is an integral part of the overall curriculum. In accord with our motto, “Be Doers of The Word,” (James 1:22) and our obligation to educate students to be responsible world citizens and active participants in their faith, we require that all students perform volunteer service prior to graduation. The Works of Mercy remind us of our call to serve others as brothers and sisters in Christ (Matthew 25:31-46) and to meet their bodily and spiritual needs.

Students must complete at least twenty Works of Mercy hours for each school year until they reach the eighty hours required for graduation. The minimum cumulative total to reach each year is: twenty for freshmen, forty for sophomores, sixty for juniors, and eighty for seniors. The eighty hours are required to be completed over three categories - church, Delone Catholic, and community - with at least twenty hours completed in each category. The graduation requirement is complete as soon as the student reaches a cumulative total of eighty hours with at least twenty in each of the three categories and the verification forms have been submitted to the Works of Mercy moderator by the necessary due date. 

All Works of Mercy hours must be completed by the last day of school for the year. Hours must be submitted no later than two weeks after the last day of school to allow students time to gather the necessary signatures. After the two week grace period, hours will no longer be accepted.  For any senior, the Works of Mercy requirement must be completed by the end of the third quarter. Any senior Works of Mercy verification forms turned in after this date will only be recognized as half the hours submitted.

A parent’s signature is no longer acceptable for the “Adult Project Supervisor." The student should obtain another adult assisting in the service for verification. The Works of Mercy validation form is available in the Main Office or online.  Please note that credit for works of mercy hours begins May 31 of the student’s eighth grade year, as stated in the handbook.

If you have any questions with respect to the Works of Mercy Program, please do not hesitate to contact the Works of Mercy moderator of Delone Catholic High School.

All requests for volunteers are posted on Delone Catholic's website, but also consider these Works of Mercy suggestions:

Church: lector, altar server, choir member, Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, helping with CYO sports, nursery aides, religious education teachers or aides, PAL, parish festivals, bingo, ushers, youth group activities that enhance the parish life, maintenance, etc.

Delone Catholic: tutor, peer educators with the Chastity Formation program, open house tour guide, assembly set-up, school board committee, Music Association carnival, teacher helper, maintenance, manager, trainer, scorekeeper, concession stand, Teens for Tots, etc.

Community: hospital volunteer, Christmas gift wrapping, blood donor, Habitat for Humanity, food drive projects, Red Cross helper, public library helper, nursing home volunteer, assisting elderly neighbors or family, scouting activities, camp counselor, political campaign activities, environment clean-up, helping at any parish or public grade school, etc.

Please note: Works of Mercy hours can be completed during school time provided the individual does not miss any academic time during the service.

Current Works of Mercy Opportunities

  • Church

    Mrs. White is looking for volunteers to help with the Chastity Formation program at some upcoming events. Even if you do not want to teach, your help is needed with set up and clean up. Dates, times, and locations are listed below. Please see Mrs. Phenicie to sign up.

    - Sunday, March 12 from 9-11 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Center, Gettysburg

    - Monday, March 12 from 5-7:30 p.m. at St. Francis Xavier Center

    - Sunday, March 19 from 9-11 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Center

    - Monday, March 20 from 5-7:30 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Center

    -  Sunday, March 26 from 9-11 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Center

    - Monday, March 27 from 5-7:30 p.m. at St. Francis Xavier Center

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Delone Catholic/Community

    Delone Catholic Faculty, Friends & Family Relay for Life Team is having a cash bingo on Sunday, Feb. 26, in the Delone Catholic cafeteria.  We will need student help from 11:30 a.m. to approximately 5 p.m.  This is a great way to earn Delone Catholic or community Works of Mercy Hours!  Please see Mrs. Slagle in the Development Office for more information and to sign up.  Thank you!

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    One of our alumna in the Abbottstown area is looking for help maintaining her four acre property. She needs assistance weeding, mowing, raking, etc. Please see Mrs. Phenicie for more details and to volunteer. 

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    The Hanover YMCA Future Stars Basketball program is looking for volunteers to assist in running our youth basketball programs. The main area of need is working the score clocks during the youth basketball games on Saturdays at both the Hanover and Littlestown YMCA. There are some other areas as well. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact John Grap, Youth Basketball Coordinator, at jgrap@hanoverymca.org.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    A family from Annunciation BVM school in McSherrystown is looking for a girl (preferably over 16 who has reliable transportation) for childcare on days that Annunciation and Delone Catholic have off of school or are on a 2-hour delay. Please see Mrs. Phenicie for  information.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    H.O.P.E. (Help for Oncology Problems and Emotional Support) is a volunteer-driven non-profit that provides assistance and support to cancer patients and their families. Please call 717-227-2824 or e-mail info@hopeforcancerfamilies.org for more information about how to volunteer.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    The Children's Aid Society, located in New Oxford, offers services for area children, as well as a clothing bank. Volunteers should contact 717-624-4461 for more information about helping.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    Windy Hill on the Campus is a full-service community center for York county adults, located on the Spring Grove Area School District campus. Anyone interested in volunteering to help with older adults should please call 717-225-0733 for more information.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Church

    St. Joseph's Church in Hanover is looking for volunteers to help with childcare during the Christ Life program meetings. The meetings are held on Tuesday nights. Please e-mail Chris Ullmann at rullmann6@centurylink.net for more information or to volunteer.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    The First Grade teacher at Rolling Acres Elementary is looking for student volunteers to help with various tasks around the classroom (organizing the library, etc.). The volunteers would also be able to come in to the room and help with the students on days that Delone Catholic has off. Please contact Mrs. Anna Sanders at sandersa@lasd.k12.pa.us if you are available to help.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Church/Community

    The Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg is looking for volunteers to assist in their Development, Programs, Marketing, Worship, and Gift Shop Departments. Please see the attached flyer for more information. To volunteer, please contact Tina Heffner  at 301-447-7130 or tina.heffner@setonshrine.org.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    Penn Township operates a recycling drop-off center at 1020 Wilson Ave. in Hanover. This is where residents can deliver their newspapers, junk mail, magazines, cardboard, plastic shopping bags, eye glasses, hearing aids, clothing, and electronics to be recycled. The Township accepts volunteers who enjoy giving back to the community. The responsibility of volunteers is to assist the Township residents with the unloading of recyclables from their vehicles and keeping the trailers and drop-off area clean and organized. The center is open from 8 a.m. until 4:15 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturdays. If anyone has any questions about the program or would like to volunteer, please call Penn Township Recycling at 717-637-1561.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Church

    Volunteers are needed to help at the Immaculate Conception Thrift Shop on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. It is located across the street from the church at 5 Carlisle St. Please consider helping! Contact Mrs. Patricia Slonaker at paslonaker@comcast.net for more information.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Delone Catholic

    Help is needed to set up the cafeteria in the mornings beginning at 7 a.m. If you can be at school early or always arrive early, please consider helping. You can earn a half hour every day. Please contact Mrs. Sorice at hsorice@delonecatholic.org to volunteer.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    The American Red Cross, Greater Chesapeake and Potomac Blood Services Region have volunteer opportunities for high school students this summer by assisiting at blood drives in the area.This is a great opportunity to earn service hours, build your resume, meet interesting people, and make a difference in your community. Volunteers need to be at least 14 years old, have excellent customer service skills, and volunteer at least 2 times per month over the summer for a minimum of 40 hours. Volunteer applications are available in Delone's Spiritual Life Office. Please contact Carol C. Wendt at 410-764-4602 ext. 1 or carol.wendt@redcross.org with questions.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Community

    Student volunteers are needed to help at the New Oxford Library, a branch of the Adams County Library System. Students 14-years or older are needed on Monday evenings from 6-8 p.m. to help prepare and assist the staff with children's programs, assist the public locate books and information, fill materials used for seasonal displays, return materials to proper shelves, and assist patrons at the computers as necessary. Interested students need to be prompt and responsible, have some computer knowledge, good customer service, and a working knowledge of the Dewey Decimal system to shelve books. Library staff will provide training as necessary and flexible scheduling. Questions or interest? Please contact Wilma Krepps at 717-624-2182 or wilmak@adamslibrary.org.

    Works of Mercy Program
  • Church

    St. Joseph Catholic Church in Hanover is looking for childcare volunteers to watch children while their parents attend meetings for singles' ministry. This begins July 8 and runs every other Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Grandview Rd. from 6:15 p.m. until 8:15 p.m. Shifts are flexible. Please contact Tanya Matias at 717-634-7826 for more information.

    Works of Mercy Program

Works of Mercy Deadlines

  • All Works of Mercy Hours for seniors due by 3 p.m.

    Works of Mercy Program
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FAQs

What are Works of Mercy hours?

Works of Mercy hours are defined to be those hours of active participation that can be observed as contributing to the betterment of an individual and/or community.  Works of Mercy hours should not be performed during the school day if classes and/or academic instruction is missed. Students should provide these to the individual communities as volunteer service, so no work for which the student receives monetary compensation (i.e. a summer job) can be counted toward the Works of Mercy requirement.

How many Works of Mercy hours am I required to complete? 

A total of eighty volunteer hours is required for graduation. These volunteer hours must be distributed in the following way: a minimum of twenty hours must be earned in the areas of church, Delone Catholic and community, respectively. The remaining twenty hours may then be distributed among those areas at the discretion of the Works of Mercy moderator.

What is the deadline for these hours?
Twenty hours must be completed by the last day of every school year. The total Works of Mercy hours are cumulative, and the requirements must be fulfilled by the end of the third quarter of the student’s senior year. If this requirement is not fulfilled, the student will not receive a diploma for graduation until these conditions are satisfied. Any hours remaining by the end of the third quarter of the senior year double in quantity (e.g. if a student owes five hours, it will double to ten).

How do I get credit for my Works of Mercy hours?
A Works of Mercy validation form must be submitted for each activity. These forms are available in the Main Office or they can be printed off the website (see the attachment to this page), and require the signature of the student, parent and adult supervisor of the activity. After completion, the forms should be returned to the Works of Mercy Program moderator or the Main Office. The hours are then recorded, and a portion of the form will be returned to the student indicating his/her cumulative hours. Please save these slips for your personal records.

How can I find opportunities for Works of Mercy?
Any requests for volunteers that come in to Delone Catholic are posted on the Current Works of Mercy Opportunities page of the website. Many students find that they are already involved in projects at church, at Delone Catholic, and in the community that will count for Works of Mercy hours. Read the newspaper to become aware of other community and local needs. Listen to school announcements and read homeroom announcements for more opportunities. Watch the posted announcements in the corridors, and on the bulletin boards. 

Works of Mercy Validation Form

You can download the form here. Hard copies are also available in the Main Office and outside the Spiritual Life Office.  WorksofMercyValidationForm.pdf