Tuesday, December 10th

Music Department
TONIGHT is the night!  The Montini Catholic Bands and Choirs will be performing in the event of the season, the Christmas Concert.  The concert begins at 7:00 PM and will surely put all those Grinches in the Christmas Spirit!  We hope to see everyone tonight!

Student Government
Exec board meeting today after school in room 103.

Montini Maniacs
TOMORROW your boy’s basketball team plays at 7pm.  This week, we will have a tip-off party starting at 5:30 in the cafeteria.  The theme is a WHITE OUT! Food, games, music, and basketball!--JOIN THE STAMPEDE!

Tri M Music Honor Society
It is time for your Tri-M Tuesday Music Fun Fact, brought to you by the Tri M Music Honor Society.  The longest piano piece of any kind is 'Vexations' by Erik Satie. It consists of a 180-note composition which must be repeated 840 times so that the whole performance is 18 hours and 40 minutes. Its first reported public performance in September 1963, in the Pocket Theater, New York City, required a relay team of 10 pianists. The New York Times critic fell asleep at 4 a.m. and the audience dwindled to 6 people. At the conclusion, one of the remaining six shouted 'Encore!'

All Spanish Club and Honor Society members, tomorrow Wednesday, December 11 we will have our Christmas meeting. Come celebrate with us enjoying some food, activities and music in room 101 right after school. We hope you join us! Gracias, Sra. Kinney

Hour of Code
Have you completed your Hour of Code yet?  There’s still plenty of time this week!  Another computing pioneer featured on Montini’s wall of Innovators is Alan Turing.  He was an English mathematician, computer scientist, and cryptanalyst. Turing was highly influential in the development of theoretical computer science, developing the modern idea of algorithm and computation with the Turing machine, which can be considered a model of a general-purpose computer. Turing also led the British team that devised a computer that broke Nazi secret codes during World War II.  Turing is widely considered to be the father of theoretical computer science as well as artificial intelligence.  What will you build with code?

Science Club Scientists:
We will have a meeting today in room S-2 right after school to test your boat designs. The boat to hold the most weight before sinking, wins.

Attention to all students
Our 12 days of holiday hopes is underway! The winner of the gift card to the spirit store is….Kylie Boyer! Congratulations! Today’s prize is a Homeroom Donut Party! There are also Candy Grams on sale! Not to mention there is an additional raffle for a $100 Visa gift card. Stop by the table in the cafeteria during your lunch! All proceeds go to our adopted families!

The judging for the homeroom decorating contest starts today! Thank you to all homerooms who participated. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes will be awarded as well as a best department prize this Friday!

FCA Meeting
Our next Fellowship of Christian Athletes session will be tomorrow! Doors open at 6:45, start at 7am in De La Salle Hall. Donuts as usual - - See you there!    Please pass the word along to all in the club and ANYONE interested in joining us!   Bring your friends!

Athletic News
Boys Lacrosse Open Gym
:  Anyone interested in playing Boys Lacrosse please attend an Open Gym in the Field House tomorrow, December 11 from 6-7:30. Extra gear will be available for new players to borrow.  Coach Fuller and Coach Fleckles.

GIRLS TRACK will be having a brief preseason meeting TODAY at 3:00 in room 209. If you are not able to attend, let Coach Zasso know.