Christmas at Roger Bacon

Christmas at Roger Bacon

Leading up to Christmas, there is plenty happening at Roger Bacon. Below is what is happening around campus this month!

All School Mass: Feast of the Immaculate Conception 10AM at St. Clement

RB3 Concert Series
The Roger Bacon Music Department is hitting the road! They will be at a school near you soon. Be sure to mark your calendar for a performance. Follow along on their tour by clicking the links at each school or following yourself on Twitter: @RB3official

Music Travel Dates/Times

Monday, Dec. 5th: St. Gabriel Consolidated School

Wednesday, Dec. 7th:St. Clement School

Monday, Dec. 12th: St. Francis Seraph

Wednesday, Dec. 14th: OLG and St. Boniface

Thursday, Dec. 15th: Christmas Band and Choir Concert at Roger Bacon High School - 7:30PM

Friday, Dec. 16th: JPII and St Vivian

Assist-a-Family. Our annual Assist-a-Family drive lasts through December 12th. Knowing that our faith invites us to action, we are seeking to help struggling families prepare for Christmas. We will do this in two ways: (1) Collecting monetary donations to purchase Kroger gift cards for food, and (2) collecting new items as gifts for ages 12-18. Gifts can be sports items, board games, purses/wallets, etc. In most need are winter accessories such as hats, scarves, tube socks, and gloves. All donations will be distributed via the Church of the Resurrection (Bond Hill) and the St. George Food Pantry (Clifton). Thank you for your generosity.

Christmas Dance. December 17th 8-11PM Cafeteria ($10 a ticket)

1st Semester Exam Schedule

Students should report to the location of the first exam at 7:45 a.m.

Monday, December 19

7:45-7:55: Prayer, Announcements, Attendance

8:00-9:30: English Exam

9:45-11:15: Math Exam

Tuesday, December 20

7:45-7:55: Prayer, Announcements, Attendance

8:00-9:30: Science Exam

9:45-11:15: Social Studies Exam
11:30-12:45: Make-up/Conflict Exams

Please note . . .

  • Exams will be taken during exam week for all non-elective courses in the following departments: English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Students are expected to take exams during the designated time on the schedule.
  • The make-up/conflict exam slot is intended for students who miss an exam on the first day or have two Math/Science classes. Students may also set up a make-up time with their teacher for a mutually agreed upon time during exam week or after we return from Christmas break.
  • Exam grades count as 20% of the semester average. Study for your exams. Get a good night’s sleep. Eat a good breakfast in the morning.
  • Lunch will not be served on exam days.

Behavior Expectations...

  • Regular dress code is to be observed during exams.
  • Students who do not have to take an exam do not have to be on campus. Students who are on campus but do not have to take an exam must report to the cafeteria.
  • Students are expected to stay in the exam room until the end of the testing period.
  • In the event of a school closing due to weather, the exam schedule will shift one day, and the second day of exams will take place after we return from Christmas break.
  • If there is a two hour delay, exams will begin two hours later.