April 2019

  • Apr
    1

    Day 3

    Classes Resume

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  • Apr
    2

    Day 4

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  • Poetry Slam

    Dooley Hall - Library - -
    Long 4th Period
  • Apr
    3

    Community Day Schedule

    Formal Dress

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  • School Mass

    St. Aloysius Church
  • Track Team Bake Sale

    Dooley Hall - Lower Commons - -
    Gonzaga clubs and teams hold bake sales in order to raise money for their groups. Bake sale are usually up and running by 7:30 am and continue until the end of 6th period lunch.  If you are contributing to a bake sale you do not need to send in homemade items, you can purchase your baked goods at any store.

    If you have any questions about the Track Team bake sale please contact Alvin Maddox.
  • McKenna's Wagon

    Dooley Hall - Campus Ministry Office
    McKenna's Wagon is a mobile soup kitchen that departs daily from Martha's Table, near U Street, and serves the homeless.  A Gonzaga group goes out every Wednesday evening as part of this program. Each week, we take 3 sophomores. Click here to sign up online through the Mobileserve App (this is the only way to sign up).
  • Apr
    4

    Day 5

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  • Poetry Slam

    Dooley Hall - Library - -
    Long 5th Period
  • Senior Parent Night - "Letting Go"

    Cafeteria
    Parents of current Gonzaga seniors are invited to College Counseling's "Letting Go" program.  The program will address the transitional issues that will arise over the next several months as your son prepares to depart for college. This meeting is especially helpful for parents who are going through this process for the first time (of course, all parents are welcome). The format of the evening will be a workshop designed to help foster the process of separation and letting go. We also hope the workshop will help to reduce anxiety and increase communication between you and your son.

  • Apr
    5

    Day 6

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  • Poetry Slam

    Dooley Hall - Library - -
    Long 6th Period
  • GMC Faculty Treats

    Dooley Hall - Lower Commons - -
    Faculty treats is always highly anticipated by the hard-working Gonzaga faculty and staff! One morning each month, Gonzaga Mothers Club volunteers prepare a delicious home-cooked breakfast for the teachers, coaches, maintenance staff, Jesuit community, and administration to thank them for all they do.  
  • Apr
    6

    Athletic Hall of Fame

    Sheehy Theater & Arrupe Commons
    The Joe Kozik Athletic Hall of Fame highlights the central role athletic competition plays in the lives of our students and our school community—sportsmanship, teamwork, grit, and discipline are just some of the things that the young men of Eye Street learn and experience through sports.

    Every year, the Gonzaga Hall of Fame Selection Committee takes nominations from the school community and selects a new class of inductees, who are honored at a ceremony and reception on campus. Our goal is to celebrate those who have contributed significantly to the program's growth and spirit, and who continue to reflect Ignatian values such as integrity, perseverance, and humility.

    This year, we are thrilled to induct four individuals and three teams--all worthy athletes and coaches deserving of this honor. Congratulations to Gil Ascunce '93, Jeff Clay ’94, Ken McFarland '94, Raheem Walker '96, and Coach Bill Wilson as well as the members of the 1987 Track and Field team, the 2004-2005 Hockey team, and the 2002 football team.

    Click here for more information and to purchase tickets or become a sponsor of the event. 
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  • Apr
    7

    Eagles' Wings Mass and Reception

    Our Lady's Chapel
    Join the Gonzaga Eagles' Wings parents in Our Lady's Chapel for Mass.  There will be a reception immediately following in the Arrupe Commons.  
  • Apr
    8

    Faculty Day of Prayer

    No Classes
  • Apr
    9

    Day 7

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  • Academic Council Meeting

    Forte Hall - Board Room - -
  • Kairos CLII begins

    Dooley Hall - Campus Ministry Office
  • Alumni Association Meeting

    Dooley Hall - Arrupe Commons - -
    Alumni Association meetings give Gonzaga alumni the chance to hear up-to-the-minute information about what's going on at Gonzaga, from club activities to sporting events, and all Alumni Association events. We begin with fellowship and dinner at 6:00 pm and at 6:30 pm the meeting is called to order. Meetings typically last an hour and a half depending upon attendance and agenda items to be discussed. The meetings are open to all alumni of Gonzaga.  
  • Apr
    10

    Day 8

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  • McKenna Center Bake Sale

    Dooley Hall - Lower Commons - -
    Gonzaga clubs and teams hold bake sales in order to raise money for their groups. Bake sale are usually up and running by 7:30 am and continue until the end of 6th period lunch.  If you are contributing to a bake sale you do not need to send in homemade items, you can purchase your baked goods at any store.

    If you have any questions about the McKenna Center bake sale please contact Patty Tobin.
  • Diversity Committee Meeting

    Forte Hall - Board Room - -
  • McKenna's Wagon

    Dooley Hall - Campus Ministry Office
    McKenna's Wagon is a mobile soup kitchen that departs daily from Martha's Table, near U Street, and serves the homeless.  A Gonzaga group goes out every Wednesday evening as part of this program. Each week, we take 3 sophomores. Click here to sign up online through the Mobileserve App (this is the only way to sign up).
  • GMC Monthly Meeting

    Dooley Hall - Lower Commons - -
    The Gonzaga Mothers Club is open to mothers and guardians of Gonzaga students, and those friends and benefactors of the school who wish to participate in or contribute to the Mothers Club activities.  

    The GMC meets on the second Wednesday of the month in the Lower Commons. All are welcome! The social begins at 6:30 pm, and the meeting begins at 7:00 pm. Donations for the McKenna Center or Washington School for Girls are always welcome.
  • Apr
    11

    Day 1

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  • Jazz Band Concert

    Sheehy Theater
  • Apr
    12

    Day 2

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  • Ignatian Reflection & Prayer Group

    Dooley Hall - Jesuit Dining Room - -
    The Ignatian Reflection and Prayer Group consists of Gonzaga moms and female guardians who gather monthly to explore the Ignatian spirituality at the heart of their sons’ education, and reflect on how to put it into practice in their own lives.
    They seek to deepen their faith by reading and discussing relevant essays and books, participating in Masses and retreats, and participating in guided reflections combined with a variety of Ignatian forms of prayer.

    All are welcome to join the casual and welcoming group! For more information, contact GMC lead organizers Kelly Bingel or Julie Luetjen at ignatianprayer@gonzagamothers.org
  • Kairos CLII returns

    St. Aloysius Lower Church
  • Apr
    15

    Day 3

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  • Apr
    16

    Special Schedule

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  • Headmaster's Advisory Committee

    Dooley Hall - Headmaster's Office - -
  • Spirit of Gonzaga Photo Contest deadline

    Attention Gonzaga photographers, the annual “Spirit of Gonzaga” Photo Contest deadline is April 16th at 4pm.  This year’s contest features five categories: Service Trips & Retreats, Sports, Mobile Phone, Campus Life, and Artistic Expression. Students may submit up to 5 images, only jpeg images are accepted.  Winners will be selected by a panel of judges.
  • Apr
    17

    Easter Break

    No Classes
  • Apr
    18

    Easter Break

    No Classes
  • Apr
    19

    Easter Break

    No Classes
  • Apr
    21

    Easter Sunday

  • Apr
    22

    Easter Break

    No Classes
  • Apr
    23

    Day 4

    Classes Resume

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  • Apr
    24

    Day 5

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  • Jazz in the Park

    Collins Courtyard
  • International Food Fair

    Carmody Center - Gym - -
    Described by Gonzaga students as "One of the Best events of the Year!", the International Food Fair is a day when students and faculty experience the diversity of our school community by enjoying delicious food from hundreds of countries. Click here for more information about the event.  

    Students can purchase wristbands that allow them to choose from these dishes for $10. All proceeds from the International Food Fair help defray costs for language immersion trips hosted by the Modern Language Department.  

    Click here to sign up to volunteer for this event. 
    Click here to sign up to contribute a main dish, side dish or dessert. 
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  • McKenna's Wagon

    Dooley Hall - Campus Ministry Office
    McKenna's Wagon is a mobile soup kitchen that departs daily from Martha's Table, near U Street, and serves the homeless.  A Gonzaga group goes out every Wednesday evening as part of this program. Each week, we take 3 sophomores. Click here to sign up online through the Mobileserve App (this is the only way to sign up).
  • Apr
    25

    Day 6

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  • Band and Orchestra Concert

    Sheehy Theater
    Robert Sheldon, renown composer  will be visiting Gonzaga to guest conduct "Lone Eagle" during the spring band concert, which is an original composition written by Mr. Sheldon specifically for our Symphonic Winds.  Our band will have the great opportunity to work with Mr. Sheldon as they prepare for the Premier performance of “Lone Eagle”. Working with the composer of any piece is truly a rare opportunity that not too many students experience in their years as young musicians. Mr. Sheldon will impart to our boys the actual interpretation of the music from the composer’s perspective.

    Please join us on the 25th of April as our boys will perform “Lone Eagle” for the first time in a public performance setting.  There will be a reception after the concert and you will have the opportunity to speak with Mr. Sheldon directly.
  • Apr
    26

    Special Schedule

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    2:15 dismissal.
  • Apr
    27

    Onyx Family Picnic

    Eye Street
    The Onyx  club is hosting its  second Onyx Family Picnic from 12:30pm- 3:30pm on Eye Street for ONYX members and their families. We hope families will plan on coming to enjoy food, games, live music, and fun with the ONYX Club and Gonzaga community. There will be catered barbecue, homemade desserts/ treats, various games and activities. We look forward to seeing you there!
  • Golden Reunions for Classes of '49, '54, '59 and '64

    Our Lady's Chapel
    Members of the Classes of 1949, 1954, 1959 and 1964 please plan on joining Fr. Planning, along with your guest, as he celebrates a mass for this year's Golden Reunion classes in Our Lady's Chapel at 4:00pm.  Mass will be followed by cocktails and dinner on campus.  

    Click here more information and to register for the reunion.
  • Apr
    28

    The 70th Annual Father-Son-Faculty Communion Breakfast

    St. Aloysius Church
    The biggest GFC event of the year, the Father/Son Communion Breakfast begins with Mass in St. Al’s and is followed by brunch at the Hyatt Regency.  This year's keynote speaker will be retired judge, past parent and Vietnam Veteran, The Honorable John Farley, 

    In 1989, Judge Farley was nominated by President George H. W. Bush and confirmed by the United States Senate as a Judge of the United States Court of Veterans Appeals, where he served for many years.  Judge Farley and his family have given much to the Gonzaga community and our nation.


    Click here to register for this event.  Cost before April 1 is $47.  Cost after April 1 is $50.

    Volunteers—who do not have to miss Mass or breakfast—serve as ushers in the church, help guide people to the hotel ballroom, and man the ticket table.

    To volunteer for this event please contact Tom Scherer, Patrick Cooney or Mark Shaheen.
     
     
  • History of Slavery Exhibit Opening

    Dooley Hall - Arrupe Commons - -
    The Gonzaga Onyx Club and Diversity Committee invite you to attend Searching For Truth In The Garden, Gonzaga's History of Slavery Exhibit.   Light refreshments will be served.  

    Please RSVP by April 24 to Jen Doherty.
  • Apr
    29

    Day 7

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  • Choral Arts rehearsal - Tech

    Sheehy Theater
  • Apr
    30

    Day 8

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  • Senior College Survey Assembly

    Sheehy Theater
    2nd Period
  • Ignatian Formation Committee Meeting

    Forte Hall - Board Room - -
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