Daily Bulletin

Attendance Email: attendance@omahamarian.org


Note the new 7:55 am start time.


Hot Lunch: Week of March 20th-24th

Mon. March 20th
Pasta No Meat – $4.00
bread sticks (2)

Pasta WITH meat $4.75
bread sticks (1)

Side ~ Breadsticks (1) $.75

side b Breadsticks (2) $1.50

Tues. March 21st

Walking Taco $5.00

Wed. March 22nd

Pizza 2 Slices $6.00
Pizza Slice $3.00
Thurs. March 23rd
Country Fried Chicken $5.00
yukon mashed potates
Counrty Gravy

Side ~ Chicken $3.5

Side ~ Mashed Potato $3.00

Fri. March 24th

Asian style meal $6.00
Chicken Egg Roll
Steamed Rice
Crab Rangoon
Fortune Cookie
extra Crab Rangoon $1.00
extra egg roll $2.00
side ~ rice and veg $3.00

General Information

Young Medicine Club Guest Speakers

On Wednesday, March 22nd at 8am Young Medicine Club will be hosting two guest speakers in the PAC. Dr.Emily Kean works as a Urogynecologist and Mikeala Duggan works as a Physician Assistant at Adult and Pediatric Urology and Urogynecology private practice.. Come learn about their daily lives as a physician and a physician assistant. All are welcome to attend.

Marian Moms Lunch Price Change

Due to the cost in supplies, the taco salad lunch will now be $7 instead of $6. 

The Blue Brew is Open!

Omaha Marian FBLA’s coffee shop, The Blue Brew, will be open Wednesday mornings, starting tomorrow morning, from 7:40-8:40 in the Quad.  Please come and support your FBLA members!

Decade Darlings

Decade Darlings – an after school prayer group on Tuesdays and Thursdays – invites you to join in a quick decade of the Rosary right after school. All faith backgrounds are welcome.  We pray for the intentions in our hearts and in the school’s prayer book (located outside of campus ministry on second floor).  So, if you can’t come, know we’ll be praying for you! Please join us in the chapel on third floor after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

College Visits 2022

Stay tuned for more college visits next semester!

College Visits 2022


College Visits 2022


College Visits 2022


Student Opportunities 

Academic Opportunities
Job Opportunities

Summer Nanny Job

Alumna, Lauren Nelson Davis ‘11 is looking for an energetic and fun summer nanny for our son, who will be 16 months old this May. Monday – Thursday, approximately 20 hours per week. Wes is very energetic, loves to read, and loves to play outside. We have a pass to the JCC for swimming and will provide a car seat and gas reimbursement when taking Wes to fun places to play! We live in West Omaha. Please call or text Lauren at 402-290-8153 for more information.

Extended Care program at Mary Our Queen

Seeking employees for our After Care program. This is a great job opportunity for high school students. The hours include 3pm-6pm Mon.-Fri. We understand school comes first so if our employees would like less hours, we are more than happy to accommodate them so they can focus on school work.

Click here for more information and to apply.

Job Opportunity: Car Wash Attendant at Tidal Wave Auto Spa

Click here for more information and to apply. 


$14.00 per Hour, Flexible and Part-Time Projects — Seeking Assistance with:

Law Office Projects and General Outdoors Projects, in Midtown, Omaha

I’m a solo-practice attorney and medical doctor by education (Klein Law Offices / John R. Klein, MD, JD) who is currently working remotely from here in Omaha on a lengthy medical-legal case with a large Washington, DC law firm.  My home office is located in Midtown, Omaha, just southeast of 72nd and Blondo, and I’m currently seeking two people for ongoing projects on a flexible and part-time basis for an array of overdue tasks that I need to get done.  
I need one person to assist with general law office projects and another to assist with general outdoors projects.
I work a lot of hours myself and always seem to be backlogged on a variety of office and outdoor project matters.  So there are two separate project areas here:
1) On the law office projects end, tasks would include such items as organizing paperwork, internet-based research, drafting routine correspondence, following up with various routine business-related phone calls, etc.  Some of these could be done from your home on a remote basis, depending on the context of the project.  A comfortable, individual workspace for onsite-only projects would be provided, with its own outside entrance and separate from my own work area, so with office projects I’m definitely seeking a candidate who can work fully independently as soon as the agenda is set.
2) On the outdoor projects front, you could expect projects (none are particularly strenuous) such organizing storage space, planting small trees, small exterior painting projects (picnic table, etc.), and and some other minor garden / yard work (no mowing– that’s my department!), etc.  I can assure you there is plenty to do and when in doubt I can always find more — all I ask is that you put in reasonable effort and forge ahead.
Expectations as to project hours are super-flexible from roughly 6 to 15 hours per week (1 or 2 projects per week for 4 to 8 hours each), with ample scheduling accommodation for academic or other extracurricular commitments — None of these projects are “on fire,” yet there are plenty of them,  I’ll assume many candidates might prefer weekend projects, but the option for weekday after-school project hours is equally available.  Your call on that.  
You should consider both project areas (office or outdoors) to be casual, independently-focused, and part-time in a low-stress and flexible-hours environment, yet with an expectation for attention to detail.  Availability of weekly project hours may vary.  Potential to hire additional candidates, depending on ongoing, new, and/or seasonal requirements.  
Preferred candidates will have a solid work ethic, a friendly and positive outlook, be open to listening to and following the project plans, and be able to work independently and diligently with very minimal (and often zero) supervision.  Prior project background is not particularly important, but any relevant skills or experience should be raised.  Strong verbal and written communication skills are a big plus with respect to office projects.
Pay is $14.00 per hour for both project types.  All candidates are free to put themselves forward for either or both project areas.  In cases of a candidate for both project types, versatility and flexibility would be especially important.  No need for a resume here, but if you happen to have one, feel free to pass it along.
If interested in either or both project types, please call John Klein at 402-391-1871, or email kleinlawoffices@gmail.com, to arrange an initial phone interview.  Thanks!


St. Pius X / St. Leo School’s Extended Care

St. Pius X / St. Leo School’s Extended Care is looking for support staff for its before and after school program. We are looking for fun, engaging, caring, compassionate high schoolers that love to work with children Kinder – 8th grade! This is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to be a teacher or that already has some experience in working with children. The principal duties and responsibilities include: * Providing direct care and supervision to children in kindergarten to 8th grade * Providing positive guidance when needed. This position follows the academic calendar (August to May) and the hours are Monday to Friday from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm. Summers off! School breaks off!

Requirements for applicants 16 and older:
Experience working with children in a school/childcare setting is preferred.
Being compassionate, caring, respectful, and responsible while having a great level of patience for young children

Applicants can contact Cat Flores @ cat.flores@spsl.net or text 531-721-5465.
Volunteer Opportunities