Campus is closed, but the McAuley community Remains Open
Our campus is closed but our community remains open. As we do our part to help flatten the curve and stop the spread of COVID-19, our students are engaged in remote learning.
We continue to pray for the health and safety of our community and our world.
Our Mighty Macs have been MIGHTy busy!
For Junior Retreat this year, the Class of 2021 was asked, “how can we be of service to others during this quarantine?” They responded in a number of ways, from making cards for residents in retirement homes, delivering food to those in need, making masks, writing positive chalk messages and much more!
Virtual One Acts
Virtual One Acts
Our Theatre Workshop II students held a “Zoom Watch Party” to showcase their One Acts! Check out their virtual adaptations here:
Virtual Signing Day
Each week we highlight our senior class with a #MACceptanceMonday post. This week, we recognize three seniors who will be putting their creative, artistic and technical skills to use as they pursue undergraduate degrees in the field of Technical Theatre. Hanna Bowen is pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts Major in Theatre, Scenic Technology Concentration at the University of Illinois, Molly May will attend The Theatre School at DePaul University for Theatre Technology, and Katie Menke will study Theatre Design and Production at Illinois State University. The competitive admissions process included departmental interviews and submission of portfolios. In addition to admission, all three seniors were also awarded talent scholarships for their chosen programs. We are mighty proud!
Senior Morgan Mroz, a Little School teacher at Christ the King Elementary School, delivered Earth Day projects for her Kindergarten students to complete! Morgan loved seeing their smiling faces!
Congratulations to Juniors Janey Hynes, Lauren Linzmeier and Clara Reyes on receiving Honorable Mentions in The Historic New Orleans Collection Student Essay Contest!
To celebrate Earth Day this week, Mrs. Wilson challenged her Biology students to “find an awesome phenomenon” around their house or complete a task to support the environment!