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TheMarquette - Marquette Catholic High School
The Marquette
GRADUATE
A publication for graduates, parents, and friends of Marquette Catholic High School
Catholic Schools Week: Jan. 26th- Jan. 31st, 2014
Appreciation Day and
the Catholic Schools
Week Scholar Bowl
Tournament.
Nestled between two weeks of snow
days and disrupted schedules,
Catholic Schools Week went off
without a hitch this year. It was
a great week to celebrate what
makes Catholic Schools special and
unique.
Paula Mattix- Wand, Marquette
Campus Minister, planned a fun and
spiritual week for the students and
faculty of Marquette.
The week started off Sunday with
an all student trivia contest in the
Marquette gym. Student Council
moderator Beth DeCourcey planned
the event. Students formed teams
and brought snacks to share bribe
the judges. All the teams did great
but it was no surprise when the
Scholar Bowl team ended up the big
winners.
Tuesday was very
special this year
because we were
fortunate enough
to have Bishop
Paprocki visit
Marquette and
celebrate Mass with our student
body. We invited the 7th and 8th
graders from St. Ambrose,
St. Mary’s and Sts. Peter
and Paul and filled the gym.
The Knights of Columbus
were in attendance and Fr.
Bill Kessler, the Chaplain at
Marquette, concelebrated. The
Marquette Chorus performed
beautifully throughout the
Mass and helped make the
experience even more special. The
parent-led Explorer Club provided
Monday started our 40 Hour
Devotion, was Teacher/Staff
breakfast for the faculty and staff on
Tuesday as well. It was wonderful
and very much appreciated.
Wednesday was Pancake Breakfast
Day and Chef Paula Mattix-Wand
and her helpers went through 22
pounds of pancake mix as they fed
the student body before school.
Wednesday was Catholic Grade
School Shirt Day so students wore
their t-shirts and sweatshirts from
their various grade schools.
Also on Wednesday, a group of
cheerleaders visited St. Ambrose
to help teach the students various
dances. Mark Ellebracht, Marquette
Class of 1989, School Board
Member and father of St. Ambrose
students, played the role of DJ at
the St. Ambrose Dance and the
students had a great time.
Thursday, Fr. Bill and Freshman
Michael Dizon (from St. Francis/
Holy Ghost in Jerseyville) were (Cont. Pg. 2)
MARQUETTE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
219 East Fourth Street
Alton, Illinois 62002
www.marquettecatholic.org
(618) 463-0585
On Explorers....
A note from Mike Slaughter, Principal
Dear Alumni/ae, Friends and
Supporters of Marquette:
In the last Marquette Graduate I went on
and on about the “new” Marquette was
made possible through a capital campaign
which raised just short of $3 million. In the
year since we opened the “Commons”
many of you have come into the building
and have seen firsthand the remarkable
transformation. Not one single person has
said it was money “wasted.”
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK (Cont.)
interviewed by Mark Ellebracht on WBGZ
Radio. They did a great job representing
Marquette and talked about what Catholic
Education meant to them.
Later that day, the entire student body and
faculty went to the East Alton Ice Arena and
skated together. It was a great day of fun
and fellowship.
I hope more of you get a chance in the future to come in and see
all the changes. I know we are encouraging class reunions to be
held in the commons. Many classes have already done so and I
am looking forward to my own 40th reunion this summer when the
class of 1974 gathers in the commons.
As I speak with and about alumni, it is also fun to reminisce about
some of our teachers. I get a kick out of listening to stories from
alumni about “this” teacher and “that” teacher. Speaking of which,
I am sure by now many of you have heard that the Ursuline order
is selling the convent on Danforth Street. The Ursulines put a lot
of blood, sweat, and tears (those tears may have been from your
classmates) into Marquette since 1927. For them to no longer
have a presence in Alton will be sad. As I write this I can think of
many “nuns” who impacted my life in different ways. For some
reason, most of the nuns I had loved me…God bless ‘em. So,
next time you have a class reunion (probably those classes prior
to the ‘90’s) see if the conversation doesn’t eventually get around
to Mother “so and so” or Sister “so and so.” And watch to see if
you don’t find yourself smiling or even laughing. It is through these
reminisces that we will always keep the spirit of the Ursuline’s
alive in the halls of Marquette.
In closing, as I sit here and reminisce, I want to put this out there.
In one of the new display cases in the Commons, I am trying to
collect artifacts from past decades. For example there are class
rings (the oldest being from the class of 1930); old diplomas; old
Marquette Reviews; an old inkwell, etc. What I am asking is that
if you have something of significance which is a part of Marquette
history and it is just sitting in a drawer at home, do you want to
give or loan it to Marquette to put on display in the Commons?
I’d love to eventually have a class ring from every class. So think
about it. And meanwhile, think about us.
On Explorers,
Michael E. Slaughter ‘74
Principal
Friday was a
very special
and emotional
day at
Marquette. 26
students and
Debbie Marshall (Class of ’71) and adults had
her kids, John and Sarah.
their heads
shaved for the St. Baldrick’s event to raise
money for childhood cancer research. Over
$10,000 was raised this year at Marquette.
Faculty member, Beth DeCourcey
coordinated this event
and these pictures tell
the story.
Thanks to everyone
involved in the
Catholic Schools
Week events at
Marquette.
Stacy DeGrand Phelps (Class of
‘81) and her son, Jim.
Welcome New Members of the Marquette Team!
Rusty Gilson (Maintenance Engineer), Mrs. Remis-Gill (Spanish), Mrs. Gayle York (Math), Mrs.
Hemken (English), Mrs. Lloyd (English), Ms. Anderson (English and Spanish), Sr. Michael (Theology),
Dr. Woodiel (Music and Performance), Jodie Zipprich (Junior/Senior Academic Advisor) (not pictured)
Here they are...The Class of 2017! Freshmen Class 2013-2014!
Welcome to the Family!
Class Notes
CLASS OF 1977
Robert Morrissey was recently
elected President of the Mercantile
Library Art Museum Advisory Board
in St. Louis. Robert is the sole
proprietor of Clark Graves Antiques
in Clayton, MO. He studied Art
History at St. Louis University and
started his career with Clark Graves
in the summer of 1982. You can
read more about Clark Graves at
www.clarkgravesantiques.com.
CLASS OF 1981
Jim Klockenkemper and his wife
Christl announce the birth of a son,
James Edward, Jr. born August
19, 2013. Elder children are Olivia
18, Conner 16, Maria 15, Lucy
11, Hunter 10 and Monica 5. The
Klockenkempers live in Godfrey.
CLASS OF 1986
Maura Fitzgerald Sedlack has
recently been appointed to the role
of Risk Leader for Food, Beverage
and Agribusiness (FB&A) for GE
Capital. Maura has been with
GE Capital since 1995 in various
roles. She began her career with
Mercantile Bank of St. Louis,
currently U.S. Bank. Maura holds
a bachelor degree from St. Mary’s
College and an MBA from St. Louis
University. Maura and her husband
John have a son, John Emmett, and
live in the Chicago area.
businesses. The company, called
“Route 3 Films”, works to inspire,
educate and motivate business
owners and help them tell their
story to their customers or potential
customers. Ryan named the
company” Route 3 “because he
has spent so much time on Route 3
driving back and forth from St. Louis
to Alton through the last few years.
For more information on Route
3 Films, please contact Ryan at
[email protected]
Erin Long was featured in an article
in The Telegraph about her life as
a veterinarian in the US Army. “The
article emphasized Long’s patriotism
and the importance of family support
during her deployments to Iraq and
Afghanistan.” Erin graduated from
the University of Illinois Veterinary
School first in her class in 2008.
Today, Erin works at North Carolina
State University Veterinary Teaching
Hospital in the emergency and
critical care field.
CLASS OF 1997
Scott Monahan
and his wife
Maggie Stutz
Monahan
welcomed their
first baby boy,
William Robert
Monahan on September 27th, 2013.
He weighed 5 lbs, 15 oz. and was
17 inches long.
Maggie Alford O’Neill and her
husband Chris announce the birth
of a daughter, Katherine Elizabeth
on June 25, 2013. The O’Neills have
another daughter Leah, age four.
Matthew Klasner and his wife
Carolyn announce the birth of a
daughter Audrina Marie, born on
Aug. 17, 2013. The Klasners reside
in Godfrey.
CLASS OF 1998
Robert Parker is a
pediatric oncology/
hematology nurse
coordinator at Cardinal Glennon
Hospital. Robert was featured in St.
Louis Magazine as one of the top
nurses in St. Louis.
CLASS OF 1990
Jen Baker is selling Avon
Products. You can reach her at
[email protected]
CLASS OF 1993
Jenny Bievenue married Jason
Baze in November, 2013. Jenny
graduated from SIU-Carbondale and
is employed at Fastenal Co. in Alton.
CLASS OF 1995
Ryan Hanlon has formed a new
company that makes promotional
videos and offers marketing
advice and strategies for various
CLASS OF 1999
Danielle Fischer Kane and Danny
Kane, Class of 1994, announce the
birth of twin girls, Cameron Nicole, 7
lbs, 19.5” and Evangeline Marie 7.1
lbs, 21” born in Oct. 2013. Cameron
is on the right. Big sis Harlow just
turned two. The Kane family resides
in Jacksonville, FL.
Sarah Anne Peipert and Justin
Michael Siemer were married
on May 18, 2013 in Maryville, IL.
Sarah graduated from Illinois State
University and received a Doctorate
of Physical Therapy at Rosalind
Franklin University in Chicago. She
is working as a Physical Therapist
in St. Paul,MN. Justin is a 2003
graduate of Illinois State University.
He is an Account Executive for
the Upper Midwest at Government
Employees’ Health Association.
CLASS OF 2001
Dr. Kyle Buesteton, Chiropractic
Physician, is excited to announce
that he is joining Dr. Andrew W.
Dykeman in practice at Rosewood
Chiropractic Clinic.
Dr. Buesteton is a member of the
Titleist Performance Institute (TPI)
and is a Certified Golf Fitness
Instructor. He focuses on athletic
injuries as well as traditional
chiropractic care.
therapy. She is now working as an
occupational therapist, certified in
lymphedema therapy, at Missouri
Baptist Hosptial in St Louis.
Rosewood Chiropractic Clinic is
located at 33 East Airline Dr., East
Alton, IL 62024, and can be found
online at rosewoodchiropractic.
com. The doctors at Rosewood
Chiropractic Clinic strive to deliver
compassionate, high quality
chiropractic care while empowering
our patients with the knowledge
to help them make correct health
choices.
CLASS OF 2006
CLASS OF 2003
Kelsie Carrow is engaged to marry
Daniel Watson April 26, 2014 at
Saint Francis Xavier College Church
in St. Louis. Kelsie is an oncology
nurse at Northwestern Memorial
Hospital in Chicago and is currently
working on her Doctorate in Nursing
at Rush Medical. Her fiancé will
graduate from Loyola University
medical school in May and continue
with a residency in ophthalmology.
Erin McNamara married Andrew
Stafford on September 21, 2013 in
Grafton. The couple will be living in
Edwardsville.
Peter Vaughn married Erin Heinold
on Sept. 22, 2012 in Morton, IL.
Peter graduated from Illinois
College and received his MBA from
University of IL at Springfield. He
is employed as a long Term Care
Program Specialist. The couple
resides in Springfield, IL.
CLASS OF 2004
Matt Carmody is engaged to
marry Haley Johnson on April 26,
2014. Matt graduated from SIU
Edwardsville with a Bachelors
of Science in Education. He is
employed as a teacher at Trimpe
Middle School in Bethalto.
Bridget Hopkins married Steven
Edward Bernstetter on Sept.
28, 2013 at St. Mary’s in Alton.
Bridget graduated from Fontbonne
University in 2008 and is employed
at Brown Smith Wallace LLC, in St.
Louis as a Sr. Talent Acquisition
Specialist.
Bridget Murphy married Chris
Lippmann on Nov 2, 2013 at St.
Louis University. She graduated
from University of Illinois in
2007 with bachelor of science in
kinesiology. Graduated from SLU in
2009 with master’s in occupational
Mandy Lewis married Josh Cook
on Sept. 21st, 2013 at St. Mary’s in
Alton. Mandy graduated from The
University of Notre Dame in 2010
with a Bachelor of Arts and received
her Masters in Social Work from
Washington University in 2012. She
is working as an advocate at “Redevelopments and Opportunities for
Women “ in St. Louis. Josh graduated from Notre Dame in 2010 with
Bachelor Arts degree and received
his MBA from Washington University in 2013. Josh works at Bunge
North America in St. Louis. The
Cooks reside in Alton.
Laura Ridolfi was named head
coach for the Alton High School
girl’s soccer team. Laura graduated
from Eastern Illinois University and
teaches P.E. at Alton High.
Jared and Mary (Militello)
Kronable announce the birth of
Emily Grace on Aug. 19, 2013. The
Kronables live in Bethalto, IL.
CLASS OF 2007
Julia Kuebrich married Reece
Wall on Oct. 19, 2013 at St. Mary’s
in Alton. Julia graduated from
Missouri University of Science and
Technology in 2013 with a degree
in environmental Engineering. She
is employed at the Office of Coastal
Protection and Restoration in
Louisiana.
CLASS OF 2009
Zach Keenan has wrapped up
his college career at Benedictine
College, Atchison, Kansas. Zach
was a four year starting kicker who
this past season was named to
the Beyond Sports Network AllAmerican Team and the HAAC
(Heart of America Conference) All
Conference Team. Also, this season
Zach was named by the NAIA as
Special Teams Player of the Week
and the HAAC Special Teams
Player of the Week for the week of
September 2, 2013. Zach scored 12
points that game against Briar Cliff
(Iowa) with field goals of 41, 43 & 44
yards. Zach’s career long field goal
at Benedictine was 52 yards.
At Benedictine, Zach set two new
school records for Special Teams.
All-time scoring Kicker (293 points),
and most points in a single season
(57 points). Zach will graduate in
May with a degree in Marketing and
Communication.
CLASS OF 2012
Danny Selby signed as a goal
tender with the Ogden Mustangs
in Ogden, Utah, a member of
the Western States Hockey
League (WSHL). After a short but
successful stay in Utah, Danny
signed with the WSHL Idaho Junior
Steelheads in McCall, Idaho, where
he had a very successful season.
The Jr. Steelheads finished the
season ranked #1 in the WSHL
(44-1-1 record), and went on to
win the 2013 WSHL Thorne Cup
Championship in Idaho, and 2013
UHU National Championship in Las
Vegas. Danny has committed as
goal tender for SIUE for the 201314 season.
Class Reunions
At Marquette we value and appreciate our alumni.
We are always excited to see our alumni organizing
and attending class reunions. To make organizing
your reunion easier we have a new system we ask
all reunion organizers to use. This new system is
simple to use and will streamline your organizing
process while helping Marquette maintain our alumni
database. Simply send us an email to [email protected]
marquettecatholic.org and include the following
information:
1. Date, time and location of each reunion event (for
example you are planning a mixer on one night but
a dinner the next night. We need the information for
both events.
2. The full name (including maiden name) for the
class organizers including email address, phone
number and mailing address.
3. Price of tickets, if any.
4. Other information you feel important.
Once we have this information we will tailor the
organizing system to your reunion and notify you
when it is ready. Please send us the information
requested as soon as it is known.
CLASS OF 1959 reunion will take place in the
new Commons at Marquette on Saturday, Aug. 30,
2014. Please contact Bonnie Cleary at 466-5195 or
[email protected]
CLASS OF 1963 had a great reunion last summer.
This picture shows the group after Mass with Msgr.
Steffon at Sts. Peter and Paul Church.
CLASS OF 1974 is celebrating their 40th reunion
August 23, 2014 at 6:00 pm in the new Marquette
Commons. Contact John Pohlman at [email protected]
comcast.net, at 510-490-3555 or Mike Slaughter at
[email protected] The committee
would like to update the class email addresses. Please
send updated emails to Mike and John. Thanks.
You can also email us at [email protected]
org and we will email you the class list we have on
file with names, email, phone number and mailing
address for your classmates.
CLASS OF 1979 is planning a reunion for Aug. 30-
Finally to schedule use of Marquette Commons or
Gym, please contact Assistant Principal Robert Baird
at [email protected] or 618-463-0580.
Best wishes for a successful reunion. On Explorers!”
CLASS OF 1984 is planning a reunion for this
31. Please contact Matt Hoefert at [email protected]
yahoo.com. The class also has a Facebook page
“Marquette Catholic High School Class of ‘79” for more
information.
year. More details to come. Tom Spain is the contact
[email protected]
CLASS OF 1999 is planning a reunion for this
year. Jamie Peipert Freleng at [email protected]
and Scott Manns at [email protected] are the
contacts.
CLASS OF 2004 Caiti Carrow and Michael
Repking are planning a reunion for this year. You can
contact Caiti at 618-670-8876.
CLASS OF 2009 reunion plans are being made,
CLASS OF 1953 enjoyed celebrating their 60th
reunion in Sept. 2013 at Mac’s Time Out. The group
toured the school and attended Mass together before
heading to Mac’s. “A great time was had by all”
please contact Catherine Heitz at [email protected]
with your updated email address and phone number.
Email us at [email protected]
for the list we have on file for your class.
Marquette Catholic High School Foundation Capital Campaign
Thank you to the generous donors who have given to Marquette.
Please come and see the new addition and what your donations have provided for our students.
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MCHS Class of 1964
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& Davlin, P.C.
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My Catholic Faith
By: Ella Walters, Age 5
(daughter of Science teacher
John Walters, class of 1980)
My Catholic Faith is all around me. My Daddy
works at Marquette Catholic High School. He
is a science teacher. My Mommy works at
the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. She does
something.
Here I am at St. Mary’s Catholic Grade
school in kindergarten, just down the
road from my Daddy’s School. When I go
to his school, he said I can sit on his desk
sometimes. I don’t think Mrs. Gable wants
me to sit on her desk.
All the colors are blue: MCHS is blue. The
Society of St. Vincent de Paul is blue. St.
Mary’s School is blue. My eyes are blue. The
sky is blue. God must like blue.
The End.
If for some reason we have accidentally omitted your name from this donor list, please call Meg Miller at 618-463-0585 or email at
[email protected] We apologize and will rectify the list in the next Marquette Graduate.
Marquette
Campus
Minister, Paula
Mattix- Wand
had a wonderful
conversation
with His
Eminence,
Cardinal Francis
George when
they were in
San Antonio
for the Knights
of Columbus
Supreme
Convention.
Mrs. MattixWand’s
Theology classes sent letters and cards to the
Cardinal when he was going through cancer
treatment earlier this year.
These students will represent Marquette on the
Illinois Central College baseball team next year
in Peoria. From left to right, Geoffrey Ferguson
(Marquette Senior), Brogan Fischer (Freshman at
ICC), ICC Baseball Coach Brian Lewis (MCHS class
of 1995), Austin Siener (Marquette Senior) and Nick
Schranck (Freshman at ICC)
and Marquette Partner
for Breast Cancer Awareness
Pack The Place Pink: Friday, February 14
The St. Anthony’s Health Center partnered with
Marquette Catholic High School to increase awareness
for breast cancer and the importance of mammography
at the Valentine‟s Day basketball game between
the Marquette Explorers and the Roxana Shells. As
part of our Pack The Place Pink promotion, the first
300 admissions to the game received a pink SAHC/
Marquette t-shirt and rally towel!
These students signed letters of intent to play
college sports for the 2014-2015 school year.
Front row left to right: Caroline Hoefert (SIU
Edwardsville, soccer), Danielle Huber (Illinois
Wesleyn, soccer), Jordan Hinterser (Chicago State,
soccer), Elaina Smith (Converse College in South
Carolina, golf)
Back left to right: Geoffrey Ferguson (ICC Peoria,
baseball) Joel Reft (Truman State, soccer) and
Austin Siener (ICC Peoria, baseball)
Congratulations and best wishes to these fine
young men and women.
“This is a great opportunity to spread the message
about the importance of mammography, as early
stage breast cancer is often found in a mammogram,”
says Tracy Phillips, patient navigator for our Women’s
Imaging Center. “Saint Anthony’s offers the very best
in breast imaging – we are the only mammography
facility in the River Bend to be recognized as a Breast
Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College
of Radiology.”
Working closely with primary care physicians and
specialists, Tracy provides women with breast cancer
support and guidance through their cancer diagnosis
and treatment. She advocates for yearly mammography
screenings. “Women, age 40 and older, should have
yearly screenings – once a year for life,” she says.
The Marquette Explorer Club will host the
Annual Marquette Auction Dinner on March 29,
2014 at The Commons on the campus of Lewis
and Clark Community College. Current and
past parents, alumni and friends of Marquette
are all welcome and encouraged to attend this
fun night!
You can purchase your Auction tickets,
RSVP and find more information at
www.marquettecatholic.org/auction.
We respectfully ask that you please register
and pay online unless it is absolutely not
possible.In that case, checks and small
donations can be dropped off at the school or
mailed to:
Marquette Explorers Club
P.O. Box 8475, Alton, Illinois 62002
Please email us at [email protected]
org with any questions.
Sponsors and donated auction items are still
needed for this event. Sponsorship levels are:
___$1500 – PRESENTING SPONSOR
A front row table (10 tickets/$500 value) at the
auction, your company name/logo or family
name on event banner (prominently displayed
stating “Marquette Dinner Auction presented by
(Your Company)”, company logo displayed on
auction webpage, recognition by our Master of
Ceremonies at event and inclusion in all promotions including press releases, the auction book, radio promotion,
etc.
___$750 – TABLE SPONSOR A front row table at the auction (10 tickets $500 value), recognition in the auction
book, on our website and on a banner at the auction
___$500 – EVENT SPONSOR Receive 6 tickets to the auction ($300 value) and recognition in the auction booklet
___$250 – AUCTION SPONSOR Receive 2 tickets ($100 value) and recognition in the auction book
Due to the time required to print the auction book, donations must be received no later
than Monday, March 17, 2014. Your donations are tax-deductible. If your company has a
matching gift program your donation would be eligible.
Donations can be dropped off at Marquette Catholic High School in the Development Office or
contact Barb Gable or Margot Huber (550-8606) (MCHS Parents and Auction Co-Chairs) to arrange
pick up of your item (send email to [email protected]).
Congratulations to the Marquette W YS E Team
(Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering)
COACHED BY MR. JOHN WALTERS
They came in first place as a team at the Regional Competition at Lewis and Clark Community College.
Individual awards are as follows:
Maria Gonzales: 1st English, 3rd in Chemistry
Luke Vest: 1st in Chemistry, 1st in Biology
Abby Sanders: 1st in Math
Mitch Dumoulin: 1st in Physics
Andria and Brittany Pace: Tie 2nd in Biology
Tommy Morrissey: 3rd in Biology
Brandon Root: 2nd in Math
Chris Hornsey: 2nd in Physics
Mike Schneider: 2nd in Chemistry, 2nd in Math
David Drysdale: 3rd in Chemistry, 3rd in Biology
Congratulations to these newly initiated members
of the National Honor Society at Marquette
Front Row: Maria Gonzales, Anthony
Marturana, Brandon Root, Lauren
Godfrey, Lauren Laub, Alex Miller,
Kalie Segieda, Kate Holtz, Claire
Snider, Monica Neel, Ellie Dixon, Kalie
Buecker, Megan Wittich, Madeline
Copeland
Back Row: Natalie Jone, Chris Fischer,
Galen Wilson, Grant Mayberry, Taylor
Rook, Lydia Simon, Emilie Harrison,
Kari Lohr, Collin Arcynski, Drew
McRoy, Tom Hart, Andrew McCluskey,
Claire Chickey
Not pictured Ian Dunn, Sarah Minier
and Kate Sanfilippo, New Moderator,
Mr. Tim Harmon
Congratulations
to our 2013
Homecoming King
and Queen, Nicholas
Hoefert, son of Matt
and Sarah Beth
Hoefert of Godfrey
and Samantha
Fumagalli, daughter
of Dolores Fumagalli
of Florissant.
A note from Jodie Zipprich
Junior/Senior Academic Counselor
They’re Baaack!!!!
College counseling is very important to a College Prep
School like Marquette. It is my job to make sure that
the juniors and seniors and their families have all the
information they need when it comes to college applications
and financial aid.
Throughout the school year, we have several colleges and
universities visit Marquette to talk to students interested
in applying. This is a great way for our students to get to
know a little more about the schools they are interested in.
It also sparks interest for students who were unaware of the
schools prior to the visit.
The Financial Aid Guidance night took place in January
at Marquette and many families of juniors and seniors
attended the informational evening.
We have a Career Day coming up on February 26 as part
of retreat week this year. We expect to have at least 25
occupations represented. If any alum would be interested
in participating in this in the future, please contact me at
[email protected]
Other upcoming events in the counseling office include an
ACT prep course that will be offered by SIUE but take place
at Marquette.
A Message from
Sarah Ulrich
Marquette Athletic Director
We had a great season of Fall sports this year at Marquette.
Some of the highlights include:
• Football - qualified for playoffs, Prairie State Champs
• Girls Golf - Elaina Smith qualified for state
• Boys Golf - Prairie State Champs
The Winter sports are in full swing. The wrestling team is
heading to the Regional Competition this week and the
other sports will follow.The Dance Team is going to the
State Competition in Peoria in March.
Many thanks to all the fans, friends and alums who support
our athletic teams.
After an eight-year hiatus, the Marquette
Dance Team is back in competition and they
are winning! This year at Belleville East they
took 1st place in both Hip Hop and Kick; then
they went on to Edwardsville where they
took 1st place in Hip Hop, qualifying for State
competition. Next, they went on to Belleville
West for a 1st place in Kick and a 2nd place
in Hip Hop. Here they qualified both for
State with Dance Team Illinois. These are an
amazing group of talented, hard-working girls
who are intense and focused wherever they
perform. For two years they have practiced,
worked with some well-known choreographers
(Tiger Williams), and were the first to ever
receive a standing ovation by the opposing
visitors when they performed at the half at a
Marquette basketball game.
Coached and taught by Stefanie Klaus,
captain and member of the IDTA State
Champion squad at Marquette in 1999,
2000, and 2002, the girls have brought a
tradition back to Marquette. Her assistant
Coach, Melissa (Hertz) Keller, a 2006
State Champion, brings her expertise and
choreography skills to teach and refine the
team.
Come see them perform at the football and
basketball games; you will see a group of
dancers who have perfected their skills, love
what they do, and are proud to represent
Marquette!
Notes from the Advancement Office
Meg Miller
Marquette is advancing it’s Mission one day at a time.
The 2013-2014 school year has been great so far.
The freshman class is 130 strong with students
from Jerseyville, Edwardsville, Alton, Godfrey,
Bethalto, Granite City, Florissant, MO and many other
municipalities. We provide bus service to Florissant,
Jerseyville and Edwardsville. Many of our Granite City
students take the Madison County Transit bus to get to
and from Marquette and of course many students drive.
We have truly become a regional school.
To start the school year, we had a New Family picnic to
welcome students and their families to the Marquette
family. October brought homecoming and all the
activities that go with it. Our open house took place in
October as well and we started all over again talking to
students about attending Marquette for next year.
The entrance exam for incoming freshman was given
in January and the 130+ 8th graders who took the test
are anxiously awaiting their results. They will come back
with their parents in March and register for their classes
for next year. We look forward to getting the know the
next freshman class, the class of 2018. And the cycle
continues.
If you have not been to visit Marquette in a while, please
stop by. We would love to show you around. You are
always welcome here. Thanks for your continued support
of Marquette.
The Renaissance Society celebrates it’s 25th
anniversary this year. Based on an average
of $40,000 per year, Renaissance has raised
over $1,000,000 during its lifetime and was
originally a project begun by Mike Kane
and Paul Maley. We thank everyone who
has contributed to Marquette through the
Renaissance Society for the past 25 years.
Members of the Marquette Renaissance
Society provide annual contributions of at
least $1,000 to help bridge the gap between
money received from tuition and fees and the
actual cost of educating students. We thank
the following individuals for their support of
Marquette for the 2013-2014 school year. If
you would like to make a contribution to the
Renaissance Society please visit us at www.
marquettecatholic.org/renaissance
Veteran’s Heritage Project
The Veteran’s Heritage Project (VHP) is an
organization that was created to help connect
students throughout the United States with the
nation’s veterans. This is the newest organization
at Marquette Catholic High School and was started
by Miss Wiedman with the help of a Marquette
alumnus, Barbara Hatch.
The purpose of Marquette’s chapter of the VHP
is to preserve the stories of the Riverbend area
veterans for all of history while also educating
students on these historical events and people
through journalism. Participating students will
interview veterans who have agreed to tell their
stories and have these stories recorded on camera
and in a published book that will be sent to the
Library of Congress with the student’s names being
credited as the authors of each interview.
Students will witness primary source accounts of
important historical events that have shaped this
nation through their interviews and will get the
opportunity to preserve these stories in history.
Veterans get the chance to tell their story to be
published for history while also education the youth
of America through their interviews and the bonding
process that takes place from separate generations
working together to make history.
Please email [email protected] if
you are interested in participating in this project.
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RenaissanceSociety
King and Ann Hoagland Family Trust
Mark and Mary Jo Kratschmer
Virginia M. Long
Bill and Pat Kessler
Anna F. Haine
Dan and Stephanie Fitzgerald
Dr. and Mrs. Martin T. Carrow
Charles and Felecia Huebener
Mary and Jon Cain
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newton
Dwight and Cheryl Werts
Marty and Sheri Carrow
Don Norton
Terry And Noncy Dooling
Dr. Aaron Oge
Pat And Dorothy Kane
Therese F. Schulz
David And Theresa Bartosiak
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fischer
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In Memoriam
Gerald Baker
Class of 1951 June, 2013
Elden Schmidt
Class of 1939 Aug. 24, 2013
Joan Paddock
Class of 1941 Aug. 10, 2013
Marcella Clasby
Class of 1941 Aug. 29, 2013
Helen Beiser
Class of 1950 March 13, 2013
Tom Springman Class of 1950 0ct. 14, 2013
Bob Crivello Class of 1950 Dec. 12, 2012
Robert (Bud) Schwegel
Class of 1955 May 23, 2013
Agnes Droste Hesse
Class of 1955 June 4, 2013
Judith Ann Woulfe
Class of 1955 Dec. 29, 2013
Thomas Delehanty
Class of 1955 July 1, 2013
Mary Lou Padden Koshinski Class of 1955 August 27, 2013
Donald E. Dodd
Class of 1956 Aug. 21, 2013
Mary Ellen Muha Costa
Class of 1983 Feb. 2, 2014
Neal L. Zimmerman
Class of 1991 Nov. 18, 2013
Janet Grabner
Nov. 19, 2013
Alyssa Bell
Nov. 2013
Therese “Trixie” Morrissey
Dec. 26, 2013
Joseph Edward Barrett
Jan 5, 2013
Ginny Baalhmann
Nov. 1, 2013
Jerry Admire
Sept. 18, 2013
(former maintenance manager of Marquette)
Lester Schneider
Dec. 12, 2013
Patricia Lorsbach
Jan. 7, 2014
Upcoming Events
February 24-28 Retreat Week and Senior
Mission trip to Birmingham, AL
March 8 Musical Performance Class and
the Marquette Mass Chorus perform their
“Broadway Night” 3rd quarter concert at 6:00pm
in the MCHS cafeteria.
March 21 MCHS Student Art show at Jacoby
Arts Center
March 29 Explorer Club Auction at Lewis and
Clark Community College. See article for more
information.
April 10,11,12 Marquette’s Spring Musical
“Footloose” will be performed in the gym.
Please come!
May 3-6 annual fun run and walk at Marquette
“Running with a Mission”
May 9 All School Picnic
May 15 Baccalaureate Mass
May 16 Graduation at Lewis and Clark
Community College