Daily Bulletin

Attendance Email: attendance@omahamarian.org

Lunch Menu

You can now deposit hot lunch money online through e-Funds for Schools. Please go to Marian’s e-Funds site here to set up an account and log in. You will be able to track meal transactions at PowerSchool Parent Portal > Balances.

Monday, April 19: Chicken & beef taco bowls
Tuesday, April 20: Chicken tenders & mozzarella sticks
Wednesday, April 21: Pizza
Thursday, April 22: Boneless chicken wings & fries
Friday, April 23: Pasta

Daily Menu Items (Updated for COVID)

Chicken tender salad
Regular salad
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
Fruit cups
Ice cream

General Information

BLUEtique Sticker Contest

The BLUEtique is having a contest this week to design the next sticker that is sold in the store! Winner receives 10 free stickers ($30 value and bragging rights!)

Rules: The sticker is die cut so the shape and design is up to you. Design should represent Marian, incorporate the Marian name and be at least 1” in size. Submit .eps or .pdf formatted designs by 5 p.m. on April 18 to bluetique@omahamarian.org. Winner will be determined by Instagram votes the following week. Can’t wait to see what you do! Have fun!

Golf Informational Meeting

All students interested in playing Marian Golf in the fall are invited to a meeting on Tuesday, April 20 from 3:15 – 4:15 p.m., in the Athletic Annex. Information will be provided about playing on the golf team, tryouts in August, and how best to prepare over the summer. Contact for this meeting is Coach Davis (rdavis@omahamarian.org)


Tide Cleaners Job

Tide Cleaners is now hiring at 147th & Maple. We are looking for hard working, customer service focused people who can work 10 hours per week. $10/hour starting pay.

Stop by to fill out an application or call Kimberley at 402-960-9726 to arrange for an interview.

Nebraska Wildlife Rehab’s 6th Annual High School Science Academy

This summer, Nebraska Wildlife Rehab, Inc. (NWRI) is holding our 6th Annual High School Science Academy. The aim of this program is to give Omaha high school students (sophomore through senior) the opportunity to participate in college-level lectures and field/lab work and nurture their interest in the biological sciences before leaving high school. Normally held during the school year, we have delayed the start of the program for 2020-2021 to June 2021 and condensed the school-year program into 3 action-packed weeks in the summer! More info here. Applications due April 19.

Tufts Pre-College Programs

This summer, Tufts will offer a variety of programs for every curious learner and provide the opportunity for teens to experience our rigorous academic environment while growing alongside like-minded students.

Students will enjoy an easier application process—no need for them to submit a transcript or letter of recommendation! Best of all, they will feel supported and encouraged in their academic journey. Nomination form here.  If you have any questions, please email us at precollege@tufts.edu, call us at 617-627-2926, or feel free to chat with us online. Deadline to apply is May 1.

Digital Expressions Media Camp

This summer the Nebraska Broadcasters Association and the University of Nebraska at Kearney Department of Communication will be resuming our Digital Expressions Media Camp. The camp is offered to high school students ranging from incoming ninth graders to outgoing graduates.

If you are interested in broadcasting, photography, videography, design, sports commentary or any other form of media production, go to  DigitalExpressionsCamp.com or look at this flyer.

The camp is held from July 11-17 and will feature hands-on learning opportunities, collegiate-level instruction and field trips and visits featuring industry professionals. Also, since the camp is hosted at UNK, students get the experience of living on campus for a week and getting the college experience.

Registration is open now and is open until May 31.

P.F. Chang’s Job Opportunity

My name is Nick Homan and I am an OP manager at P.F. Chang’s here in Omaha. Our restaurant is currently looking for hosts, bussers, hospitalities, and takeout members. This would be a great opportunity for high schoolers 18 and older to put on their resumés for college applications. We are looking for workers who are personable, have a deep work ethic, and would love to deepen their communication skills with fellow employees and customers.