Keeping year-end traditions alive at Scecina

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Scecina President Joe Therber

Joe Therber

Hello, Crusaders,

With the current stay-at-home orders, maybe one day seems much like all the others for you.

At Scecina, we’ve got some variety because we’re busy planning for a great end-of-the-year for all students and especially the Class of 2020.

Here are a few things happening at Scecina:

  • Thursday was the first meal pick-up at Scecina’s new community food service program. Scecina’s cafeteria workers prepared take-home meal packages and loaded them into families’ vehicles. This service will be available on Thursdays between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. each week. Each Scecina family can receive five meals and a gallon of milk for each school-aged child in the family. Please sign up at Thank you to Vice President of Finance and Operations Mrs. Cindy Hemmelgarn, Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Marty Dugan, and the cafeteria staff for serving this need in our Scecina community.
  • We finalized a special recorded webinar for Class of 2020 families and are working on more webinars for underclass families and prospective families.
  • We gave a green light for a “virtual” Campus Crusade. Although we usually walk together outside Scecina for Campus Crusade, this year, obviously, must be a little different. We hope you and your family can participate by walking or running on the official Campus Crusade days of May 15 and16, or later in May. We’re walking in honor of the Class of 2020. More details to come.
  • We continued making plans for awards and honors for academics and sports. Stay tuned for more information.

Although things are different this year, we are seeking to keep alive as many Scecina traditions as possible.

I’d like to leave you with the words spoken to students by Catholic Theology teacher Troy Kassien in the video blog he recorded for The Red and Gold Show:

“In a world that seems to be changing hour by hour, Christ never changes … keep your eyes fixed on Him in this time . . . and I look forward to the day when we’re all back together again.”

Peace and blessings,

Joe Therber

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