Arlington Catholic High School News


  • 04/06/20SAS Daily Update 4/6

    Good morning, SAS families!


    Here is today's Morning Prayer.


    Here is the Week in Review video from last week.


    As of today, we will be slightly shifting teachers' remote teaching hours.  Since they are now posting by 8am, we've decided it makes sense for them to start being available at 8am.  Their new hours of availability will be 8-10am and 12-2pm.  They will respond to student and parent emails during those hours, as well as teach live classes.  Thank you.


    As a reminder, there will be no remote learning this Friday due to Good Friday or next Monday due to Easter Monday.  


    Today's fun activity suggestion is: Take a virtual trip to the Grand Canyon!


    The Poem of the Day is: "Be Glad Your Nose is on Your Face" by Jack Prelutsky

    Be glad your nose is on your face,

    not pasted on some other place,
    for if it were where it is not,
    you might dislike your nose a lot.

    Imagine if your precious nose
    were sandwiched in between your toes,
    that clearly would not be a treat,
    for you'd be forced to smell your feet.

    Your nose would be a source of dread
    were it attached atop your head,
    it soon would drive you to despair,
    forever tickled by your hair.

    Within your ear, your nose would be
    an absolute catastrophe,
    for when you were obliged to sneeze,
    your brain would rattle from the breeze.

    Your nose, instead, through thick and thin,
    remains between your eyes and chin,
    not pasted on some other place--
    be glad your nose is on your face!



    -Ms. Caouette for personally disinfecting and delivering additional learning materials to each of her students' homes over the weekend!  Talk about above and beyond!

    -The Simpson, Simmons, Cahill, Willett/Griffin, and McGee families for helping with our Virtual Living Stations, as well as students from AC and Mrs. Jacquie Billings!

    -Father Marc for making it possible for us to celebrate Holy Week remotely in Saint Agnes Church!


    Have a wonderful day!

    United in Prayer,

    Mrs. Oglesby