October 31

SCHEDULE:  1,5,B,2,3,L,6,7

HALLOW-JEANS DAY – Buck-A-Jeans/Costume Fundraiser for KBI 

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out Jose Roman ’18 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.   ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

CONGRATULATIONS BROPHY HOCKEY- On Saturday. the Varsity squeaked out a win vs Hamilton Huskies.  Kyle Tessmer scored the first goal in the 2nd period with Joey Grams assisting.  Hamilton tied it up at the beginning of the 3rd period.  With only 1 minute 48 seconds left of the game, Brenden Hoogesteger, put one in the net for the win! Nathan Mazur, our goalie saved 24 Shots on Goal. On Sunday, JV beat Pinnacle Pioneers 1-0 in a tough game. Michael Manley had the one and only unassisted goal of the game. Gage Burkes, the goalie had a shutout. Way to go Broncos!

GHOST STORIES – It’s Halloween and all are invited to the SAC TODAY at Lunch on Halloween for authentic ghost stories from Mr. McShane and guests.

Hermanos Unidos extends an invitation to all Broncos wishing to honor & remember your deceased loved ones at our “Ofrendas Altar” …all you need is a picture of your loved one and any article/item that’s representative of his/her life. All photos and items can be delivered to the “Ofrendas Altar” in Graham Plaza any day this week at break or lunch.

Mandatory Key Club Meeting Wednesday November 1st @ lunch in P110.

The Young Entrepreneurs Club welcomes Founder and Chief Executive Mr. Kyle Bell to campus this Wednesday @ lunch in Eller 201 for a conversation about his journey in business and finance.

BROPHY FASHION SHOW – Fairmont Scottsdale Princess – Friday, November 3, 2017

OFFICE OF FAITH AND JUSTICE

HALLOW-JEANS DAY  Buck-A-Jeans/Costume Fundraiser for KBI – From your friends in the OFJ & Student Council:   TODAY Brophy Student Council is hosting a school wide costume contest! This contest will be held at break in the Graham Plaza just outside the great hall. Winners will be voted on by applause and a teacher panel with a pair of Hoopcoming tickets going to the best costume.  Along with the costume contest, OFJ will be conducting HALLOW-JEANS DAYTo wear a costume, jeans or Brophy Halloween shirt you must either pay $1 to your first period class or donate a pair of lightly worn jeans to the OFJ before school.  If you donate jeans you will be given a HALLOW-JEANS ticket which will take place of the dollar you would pay to first period.  All proceeds donated to Kino Border Initiative.

MASS TO CELEBRATE THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS, Wednesday, Nov. 1 – Mass Dress Enforced

Saint John of the Cross compared the soul to a pane of glass.  When it is facing away from the light, its smudges and imperfections are barely noticeable, but when it is directed at the light, every mark, even the smallest, becomes visible. We honor the saints because they directed their lives, souls toward the light of the Gospel in very real ways.  This explains the paradox that those we call saints are most keenly aware of their sins, even to the point of describing themselves as the worst of sinners.  This is a truly saintly psychology. One St. Ignatius knew well for, indeed, in his Spiritual Exercises, the loved sinner stands at the center of the first week.  We look forward to turning towards the light, worshipping with you and all the saints of God.

The Turkey Drive! starts tomorrow.  From November 1 through November 21, we’ll ask that you give dollars and cents each day in 6th period in a healthy competition to raise as much money as we can for local and global charities. Top 3 classes with highest per student giving average win the best trophies ever!!  Last year’s Turkey Drive winners, Mr. Leyba, Mr. Klein, and Mr. Orem need a challenge!

ATHLETICS

WINTER SPORTS TRYOUTS BEGIN

SOCCER TRYOUTS this week through Thurs.; Var/JV will be at 5:15 a.m. and Frosh will be after school @ BSC

BASKETBALL TRYOUTS for all 3 levels of basketball.  Freshmen will tryout from 6-7:30am in The Dutch, JV will tryout from 3:30-5:30pm in The Dutch, and Varsity will tryout from 2-4:30pm, Robson Gym.

Tuesday, October 31

  • GOLF – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National

Friday, November 3

  • CHESS – Team State (TBA)
  • SWIM – State Meet Prelims @ Skyline

Saturday, November 4

  • HOCKEY D1 @ O’Connor Eagles @ Scottsdale Ice Den – APEX Rink, 9:00 p.m.
  • CHESS – Team State (TBA)
  • CROSS COUNTRY Arizona Division I State Championships, 12:15 p.m., Cave Creek Golf Course. Free parking at Thunderbird High Schooland $5 parking at North Hills Church (do not try and park at the golf course!). Admission to the event is $10 for adults and $5 for students’ w/ student ID’s. CASH ONLY. Tickets can be purchased in parking lots at Thunderbird HS and North Hills Church, and shuttle buses are provided to and from the race site.  Allow for parking and shuttle time to catch the race before it starts.
  • SWIM – State Meet Finals @ Skyline
  • WRESTLING RETREAT @ Manresa

Sunday, November 5

  • HOCKEY JV vs DV, Chandler Ice-East Rink, 3:10 p.m.
  • HOCKEY D1 vs NDP @ Scottsdale Ice-Coyotes Rink, 9 p.m.
  • WRESTLING RETREAT @ Manresa

Freshman and Sophomores at 9 a.m.

JV and Varsity at 12:30 pm

BODPOD – Attention all students and athletes!  We now have BODPOD body composition testing every day at lunch.  Sign up for a time on the link below.  Also, anyone interested in joining the Exercise and Sport Science Club, come over to Strittmatter Sports Medicine Center (K1) at lunch every Wednesday and learn about exercise science and how to use new, exciting assessment technology. Everyone is welcome!  BODPOD testing signup: https://docs.google.com/a/brophybroncos.org/spreadsheets/d/1TGgyyYEChpPej2M15mLBP_hETzm2i6t-X1fPEKacnvg/edit?usp=sharing


CHEMISTRY CLUB
meets in Piper 216 (Mr. Mazzolini’s room) on Thursdays every week. We offer tutoring opportunities to all chemistry students, as well as doing interesting labs once a monthCLUB MEETINGS

YOGA NIDRA CLUB meets at lunch every Tuesday in Loyola Basement (former weight room). No experience required and all are welcome. It is a sleep-based meditation that is extremely relaxing, rejuvenating and restorative. Any questions, please contact Mrs. Leslie Goodwin, Max Mayfair ‘18 or Michael Richmann ‘18.

ASIAN CULTURE CLUB – Please join us for our first meeting of the year, great company, and pure fun J we meet in room P112 every Thursday during lunch.

BROPHY RELIEF will meet Tuesdays during lunch in the Red Room of Romley Hall.

BROPHY STOCK MARKET GAME: The stock market competition is in full swing. The club meets every Thursday at lunch in B103. We talk about stocks, different views on investing, work on our portfolios, and host guest speakers. Swing by. Everyone is welcome.

CHESS CLUB/TEAM meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ lunch in Eller 215

COVERT POLITICS meets every Thursday in B212 at Lunch—all new and old members welcome!

JEWISH STUDENT UNION – Come join the JSU! Fun. Games. Free food. Mondays at lunch in B103. All students are welcome!

KNOWLEDGE MASTERS CLUB meet in L102 on Thursdays at lunch

MUSICIAN’S EXCHANGE CLUB meets every Tuesday @ lunch,B212 Mr McShane’s Room. All new and old members are invited!

PAINTBALL CLUB For more information and to sign up, email gjacoby20@brophybroncos.org

PEN (Peer Editing Network). How to Submit Your Writing for PEN Feedback:(1) Create a great draft of your writing using Google Docs. (2) Update the Doc’s sharing privileges (share > get shareable link > anyone at Brophy with the link can comment). (3) Visit pen.brophyprep.org to complete the PEN Submission Form as directed, and give us 24-48 hours to return your work with useful feedback.

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB – A group of people who enjoy solving Rubik’s cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you’ve never solved a cube before or you’ve been solving for years, we are open to everybody! We meet Thursdays at lunch in P120. Sign up here

SCUBA Club meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month @ LUNCH, E110.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS – See Mr. Danforth for information, Eller-216.

COMING UP!

Brophy Theatre Program Announces Play Schedule:  Brophy’s play season opens next month with a production of The Outsiders. The play is based on the novel of the same name by S.E. Hinton which also became a classic film. The Outsiders tells the story of class conflict between the “Greasers,” youths from a poor neighborhood, and the “Socs” (short for Socials), a group of privileged kids from the wealthy west side of town. When published in 1967, the novel broke new ground in the young adult fiction genre with its portrayal of violence, class conflict, and prejudice. Directed by Maureen Watson; performances will be in Brophy’s Black Box Theatre.:

Thursday, Nov. 16 – Dress Rehearsal 3-5:30 p.m.      Friday, Nov. 17 – 7 p.m.     Saturday, Nov. 18 – 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30 – Dress Rehearsal 3-5:30 p.m.       Friday, Dec. 1 – 7 p.m.       Saturday, Dec. 2 – 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

 

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: Oct 30-Nov 3, 2017 – PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles)

Lower Moderate (Mon, Tue & Thur, Fri) Good (Wed); PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles) Lower Moderate (Mon-Thur) Middle Moderate (Fri)

OZONE Good (Mon-Thur) Lower Moderate (Fri)

Tue 81° 61°      Wed 81° 60°     Thu 82° 60°     Fri 83° 61°     Sat 83° 59°    Sun 79° 56°

 

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Monday, October 30

SCHEDULE:  1,2,B,B,3,4,L,6,7

 BIRTHDAY WISHES go out Mr. Ian Munro, Chris Clark ’19, Jackson Culver-Witt ’19, Jesus Botiller ’20, Antonio Ixehuatl ’20, Justin Smith ’20, Ian Kingman ’21 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.  Also, birthday wishes to Mr. Tom Donlan, Mr. Philip Birgenheir and all BRONCOS who celebrated over the weekend. ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

CONGRATULATIONS SPEECH AND DEBATE TEAM for a strong performance at the McClintock Invitational! Blaise Schaefer won all 3 of his events and was the overall individual tournament champion!  Kenny Fitzgerald won Novice Debate, Sirfraz Shah and Shikhar Srivastava won Policy Debate.  Other finalists included: Aarin Shah, Emma Elsbecker, David Perez and Christopher Dorado.

The Jewish Student Union welcomes all students to a special meeting TODAY at lunch, in B103.  Ms. Azra Hussain from the Islamic Center of the Northeast Valley and Rabbi Koppell of Temple Chai will discuss the differences and similarities between their faiths. All students are welcome!

Hermanos Unidos extends an invitation to all Broncos wishing to honor & remember your deceased loved ones at our “Ofrendas Altar” …all you need is a picture of your loved one and any article/item that’s representative of his/her life. All photos and items can be delivered to the “Ofrendas Altar” in Graham Plaza any day this week at break or lunch.

Mandatory Key Club Meeting Wednesday November 1st @ lunch in P110.

The Young Entrepreneurs Club welcomes Founder and Chief Executive Mr. Kyle Bell to campus this Wednesday @ lunch in Eller 201 for a conversation about his journey in business and finance.

USED CLOTHING DRIVE October 15-30 – Brophy Vines Club is hosting a clothing drive as an assignment for Mrs. Hibler’s class. They are accepting gently used clothes for all ages and both sexes. The American Textile Recycling Services orange bin is located just in front of the North parking lot. Please watch the following videos:  Why Recycle Textiles?  Donate, Recycle, Don’t Throw Away  The Secret Double Life of Donated Textiles

OFFICE OF FAITH AND JUSTICE

HALLOW-JEANS DAY  Buck-A-Jeans/Costume Fundraiser for KBI – From your friends in the OFJ & Student Council:  Have you ever wanted to dress up as your favorite super hero, teacher or movie character? This is your chance!  Halloween is upon us and this Tuesday October 31st Brophy Student Council hosting a school wide costume contest! This contest will be held at break in the Graham Plaza just outside the great hall. Winners will be voted on by applause and a teacher panel with a pair of Hoopcoming tickets going to the best costume.  As usual, no masks, face paint, cross dressing or insensitive costumes.  If you’re questioning whether your costume is appropriate or not… it’s not, don’t wear it.  Along with the costume contest, OFJ will be conducting HALLOW-JEANS DAY! If you do not plan on wearing a costume, you can wear your favorite pair of jeans or a Brophy Halloween shirt!  To wear a costume, jeans or Brophy Halloween shirt you must either pay one dollar to your first period class or donate a pair of lightly worn jeans to the OFJ before school.  If you donate jeans you will be given a HALLOW-JEANS ticket which will take place of the dollar you would pay to first period.  All proceeds will be donated to Kino Border Initiative.  So get your most creative costume ready for tomorrow and bring a dollar for a great cause!

The Turkey Drive! starts this Wednesday and ends right before Thanksgiving! In your 6th period class, at this time of year, we collect dollars and cents donations in an attempt to raise $12,000 for local and global agencies like St. Vincent de Paul and Disaster Relief in Puerto Rico to help those in need. Let’s really focus on giving and giving generously every day of the Drive during your 6th period class. Last year’s Turkey Drive winners, Mr. Leyba, Mr. Klein, and Mr. Orem need a challenge!

COUNSELING

Healthcare Industry Career Event:  TODAY, HGH at lunch, parents and alumni will be here to talk about careers in the health care industry. Healthcare is a large field with many different opportunities. Panelists will range from doctors to healthcare executives. If you have a passion for science, business, want to help people, or you don’t know what you want to do yet, please join us! There is much to learn for everyone! Free lunch will be served courtesy of the Dad’s Club!  Sign up to attend at this link

ATHLETICS

WINTER SPORTS TRYOUTS BEGIN

SOCCER TRYOUTS this week through Thurs.; Var/JV will be at 5:15 a.m. and Frosh will be after school @ BSC

BASKETBALL TRYOUTS begin TODAY for all 3 levels of basketball.  Freshmen will tryout from 6-7:30am in The Dutch, JV will tryout from 3:30-5:30pm in The Dutch, and Varsity will tryout from 2-4:30pm, Robson Gym.

GOLFMonday and Tuesday, October 30-31 – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National

BODPOD – Attention all students and athletes!  We now have BODPOD body composition testing every day at lunch.  Sign up for a time on the link below.  Also, anyone interested in joining the Exercise and Sport Science Club, come over to Strittmatter Sports Medicine Center (K1) at lunch every Wednesday and learn about exercise science and how to use new, exciting assessment technology. Everyone is welcome!  BODPOD testing signup: https://docs.google.com/a/brophybroncos.org/spreadsheets/d/1TGgyyYEChpPej2M15mLBP_hETzm2i6t-X1fPEKacnvg/edit?usp=sharing

CHEMISTRY CLUB meets in Piper 216 (Mr. Mazzolini’s room) on Wednesdays every week. We offer tutoring opportunities to all chemistry students, as well as doing interesting labs once a monthCLUB MEETINGS

ASIAN CULTURE CLUB – Please join us for our first meeting of the year, great company, and pure fun J we meet in room P112 every Thursday during lunch.

BROPHY RELIEF will meet Tuesdays during lunch in the Red Room of Romley Hall.

BROPHY STOCK MARKET GAME: The stock market competition is in full swing. The club meets every Thursday at lunch in B103. We talk about stocks, different views on investing, work on our portfolios, and host guest speakers. Swing by. Everyone is welcome.

CHESS CLUB/TEAM meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ lunch in Eller 215

COVERT POLITICS meets every Thursday in B212 at Lunch—all new and old members welcome!

JEWISH STUDENT UNION – Come join the JSU! Fun. Games. Free food. Mondays at lunch in B103. All students are welcome!

KNOWLEDGE MASTERS CLUB meet in L102 on Thursdays at lunch

MUSICIAN’S EXCHANGE CLUB meets every Tuesday @ lunch,B212 Mr McShane’s Room. All new and old members are invited!

PAINTBALL CLUB For more information and to sign up, email gjacoby20@brophybroncos.org

PEN (Peer Editing Network). How to Submit Your Writing for PEN Feedback:(1) Create a great draft of your writing using Google Docs. (2) Update the Doc’s sharing privileges (share > get shareable link > anyone at Brophy with the link can comment). (3) Visit pen.brophyprep.org to complete the PEN Submission Form as directed, and give us 24-48 hours to return your work with useful feedback.

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB – We are a group of people who enjoy solving Rubik’s cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you’ve never solved a cube before or you’ve been solving for years, we are open to everybody! We meet Thursdays at lunch in P120. Sign up here

SCUBA Club meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month @ LUNCH, E110.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS – See Mr. Danforth for information, Eller-216.

COMING UP!

Brophy Theatre Program Announces Play Schedule:  Brophy’s play season opens next month with a production of The Outsiders. The play is based on the novel of the same name by S.E. Hinton which also became a classic film. The Outsiders tells the story of class conflict between the “Greasers,” youths from a poor neighborhood, and the “Socs” (short for Socials), a group of privileged kids from the wealthy west side of town. When published in 1967, the novel broke new ground in the young adult fiction genre with its portrayal of violence, class conflict, and prejudice. Directed by Maureen Watson; performances will be in Brophy’s Black Box Theatre.:

Friday, Nov. 17 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 18 – 2 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 30 – 7 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 1 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 2 – 2 p.m.

Mon 86° 63°             Tue 81° 61°              Wed 81° 60°             Thu 82° 60°                              Fri 83° 61°

Sat 83° 59°                Sun 79° 56°

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Week of October 30

GRASS FIELDS AND FRONT LAWN CLOSED FOR OVERSEEDING through November 13, 2017

Hermanos Unidos extends an invitation to all Broncos wishing to honor & remember your deceased loved ones at our “Ofrendas Altar” …all you need is a picture of your loved one and any article/item that’s representative of his/her life. All photos and items can be delivered to the “Ofrendas Altar” in Graham Plaza any day this week at break or lunch.

Monday, October 30, 2017                            1,2,B,3,4,L,6,7                         

  • Winter Sports Tryouts
  • Dads’ Club Career Exploration Session-Healthcare @ Lunch, HGH
  • Central Phoenix 8th Grade Information Social at Brophy, 7 p.m.
  • GOLF – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National, October 30-31

Tuesday, October 31, 2017                            1,5,B,2,3,L,6,7

HALLOW-JEANS DAY Buck-A-Jeans/Costume Fundraiser for KBI

  • Big Brothers Spiritual Leadership Session @ Break, Chapel
  • Big/Little Brothers Luncheon, HGH
  • Ghost Stories @ lunch with Mr. McShane, SAC
  • GOLF – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National

Wednesday, November 1, 2017                     LS,4,M,B,5,L,6,7

TURKEY DRIVE BEGINS

SENIORS Last Day to request all College Recommendation Letters

Mass to Celebrate the Feast of All Saints, 9:40 am, Robson Gym (Mass Dress Enforced)

  • Mandatory Key Club Meeting @ lunch in P110
  • College Application Workshop

Thursday, November 2, 2017                         1,2,B,3,4,5,L,6,7

Schedule “C” – All periods meet

Faculty Morning Prayer, 7:50AM, Chapel

Registration Deadline for December 2 SAT

  • Freshman Breakaway – Desert Mission
  • Ignatian Family Teach-In, Washington D.C.

Friday, November 3, 2017                              2,3,B,4,5,1

BROPHY FASHION SHOW – Fairmont Scottsdale Princess

Registration Deadline for December 9 ACT

  • CHESS – Team State (TBA)
  • SWIM – State Meet Prelims @ Skyline
  • KBI Day Trip
  • Ignatian Family Teach-In, Washington D.C.

Saturday, November 4, 2017

SAT EXAM – @ Brophy (Piper Hall)

  • Boys to Men Festival (Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix), 1 p.m., Central H.S.
  • Diocese of Phoenix Night of Hope, 5:30 p.m., XCP
  • HOCKEY D1 @ O’Connor Eagles @ Scottsdale Ice Den – APEX Rink, 9:00 p.m.
  • CHESS – Team State (TBA)
  • CROSS COUNTRY – Az State Championships
  • SWIM – State Meet Finals @ Skyline
  • Mothers’ Guild Fall Retreat @ Manresa
  • WRESTLING RETREAT @ Manresa
  • Ignatian Family Teach-In, Washington D.C.

Sunday, November 5, 2017

  • HOCKEY JV vs DV, Chandler Ice-East Rink, 3:10pm; HOCKEY D1 vs NDP @ Scottsdale Ice-Coyotes Rink, 9pm
  • WRESTLING RETREAT @ Manresa
  • MOUNTAIN BIKE TEAM RACE
  • Ignatian Family Teach-In, Washington D.C.

Monday, November 6, 2017              1,2,B,3,4,L,6,7                       

Loyola Academy Parent Meeting, 6 p.m., Loyola Academy Student Union

Ignatian Family Teach-In, Washington D.C.

Friday, October 27

SCHEDULE:  2,3,B,4,5,1

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

  

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out Sam Fletcher ’18, Isaac Myers ’18, Ryan Marmis ’19, Alec Owen ’19, Mike Callahan ‘21 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.  Also, birthday wishes to Mr. Tom Donlan who celebrates tomorrow and Mr. Philip Birgenheir who celebrates on Sunday. ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES


CONGRATULATIONS CROSS COUNTRY – Brophy joined the XCP Gators as both schools won their respective Division 1 section championships yesterday. Phenomenal effort by the whole team. On to state!

MOVEMBER – You are invited to join the Brophy Stache Pony club! This November, donate to the movember foundation to help raise awareness for men’s health, and in return you can grow a mustache and skip to the front of the lunch line for an entire month. See the table in the mornings and at lunch on Wednesday Thursday and Friday to donate and sign up.  See you there”

AZ Beat Lab class taught by Brophy alum begins TODAY at Phoenix Center for the Arts. Learn fundamentals of beat making, sampling, and live performance while exploring g drum machines, samplers, and iPad apps to be musically expressive and create your own beats. Throughout the course, we will explore improvisation and build collaborative practices with one another.  More information and class enrollment can be found by following this link: http://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/programs/cmac/

The Jewish Student Union welcomes all students to a special meeting on Monday, at lunch, in B103.  Ms. Azra Hussain from the Islamic Center of the Northeast Valley and Rabbi Koppell of Temple Chai will discuss the differences and similarities between their faiths. All students are welcome!

USED CLOTHING DRIVE October 15-30 – Brophy Vines Club is hosting a clothing drive as an assignment for Mrs. Hibler’s class. They are accepting gently used clothes for all ages and both sexes. The American Textile Recycling Services orange bin is located just in front of the North parking lot. Please watch the following videos:  Why Recycle Textiles?  Donate, Recycle, Don’t Throw Away  The Secret Double Life of Donated Textiles

Mandatory Key Club Meeting next Wednesday November 1st at lunch in P110.

COUNSELING

Healthcare Industry Career Event:  Monday, October 30th in the Great Hall at lunch, parents and alumni will be here to talk about careers in the health care industry. Healthcare is a large field with many different opportunities. Panelists will range from doctors to healthcare executives. If you have a passion for science, business, want to help people, or you don’t know what you want to do yet, please join us! There is much to learn for everyone! Free lunch will be served courtesy of the Dad’s Club!  Sign up to attend at this link

ATHLETICS

WRESTLING:  Any returning or new wrestlers who have not signed up yet, please see Coach Leyba TODAY @ Break in Room K25.  The season starts Monday, October 30th after school in the Dutch basement wrestling room.  You must have your sports physical to practice.

SOCCER TRYOUTS are next week Mon-Thurs.; Var/JV will be at 5:15 a.m. and Frosh will be after school @ BSC

BASKETBALL TRYOUTS will begin on Monday, October 30th for all three levels of the basketball program.  Freshmen will tryout from 6-7:30am in the Dutch, JV will tryout from 3:30-5:30pm in the Dutch, and Varsity will tryout from 2-4:30pm in Robson.

RUGBY – Saturday, October 28 – Intersquad Scrimmage @ BSC, 9:30 a.m.

CHESS – Friday-Saturday, October 27-28 – Individual Qualifier @ Glendale

SWIM AND DIVE – Saturday, October 28 – AMDG Swim Meet, Brophy Aquatic Center

HOCKEY – Sunday, October 29 – Hockey D1 @ Hamilton Huskies @ AZ Ice Gilbert – North Rink, 5:55 p.m.

WINTER SPORTS TRYOUTS – Monday, October 30

GOLF – Monday and Tuesday, October 30-31 – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National

BODPOD – Attention all students and athletes!  We now have BODPOD body composition testing every day at lunch.  Sign up for a time on the link below.  Also, anyone interested in joining the Exercise and Sport Science Club, come over to Strittmatter Sports Medicine Center (K1) at lunch every Wednesday and learn about exercise science and how to use new, exciting assessment technology. Everyone is welcome!  BODPOD testing signup: https://docs.google.com/a/brophybroncos.org/spreadsheets/d/1TGgyyYEChpPej2M15mLBP_hETzm2i6t-X1fPEKacnvg/edit?usp=sharing

ASIAN CULTURE CLUB – Please join us for our first meeting of the year, great company, and pure fun J we meet in room P112 every Thursday during lunch.CLUB MEETINGS

BROPHY RELIEF will meet Tuesdays during lunch in the Red Room of Romley Hall.

BROPHY STOCK MARKET GAME: The stock market competition is in full swing. The club meets every Thursday at lunch in B103. We talk about stocks, different views on investing, work on our portfolios, and host guest speakers. Swing by. Everyone is welcome.

CHESS CLUB/TEAM meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ lunch in Eller 215

COVERT POLITICS meets every Thursday in B212 at Lunch—all new and old members welcome!

JEWISH STUDENT UNION – Come join the JSU! Fun. Games. Free food. Mondays at lunch in B103. All students are welcome!

KNOWLEDGE MASTERS CLUB meet in L102 on Thursdays at lunch

MUSICIAN’S EXCHANGE CLUB meets every Tuesday @ lunch,B212 Mr McShane’s Room. All new and old members are invited!

PAINTBALL CLUB For more information and to sign up, email gjacoby20@brophybroncos.org

PEN (Peer Editing Network). How to Submit Your Writing for PEN Feedback:(1) Create a great draft of your writing using Google Docs. (2) Update the Doc’s sharing privileges (share > get shareable link > anyone at Brophy with the link can comment). (3) Visit pen.brophyprep.org to complete the PEN Submission Form as directed, and give us 24-48 hours to return your work with useful feedback.

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB – We are a group of people who enjoy solving Rubik’s cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you’ve never solved a cube before or you’ve been solving for years, we are open to everybody! We meet Thursdays at lunch in P120. Sign up here

SCUBA Club meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month @ LUNCH, E110.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS – See Mr. Danforth for information, Eller-216.

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: Oct 23-27, 2017:  PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles) Good (Mon, Wed, Fri) Lower Moderate (Tue &Thur); PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles) Middle Moderate (Mon & Thur) Lower Moderate (Tue, Wed, Fri); OZONE Lower Moderate (Mon-Wed) Middle Moderate (Thur & Fri)          Fri Sunny 90°63°                    Sat Sunny 89°64°

COMING UP!

Brophy Theatre Program Announces Play Schedule:  Brophy’s play season opens next month with a production of The Outsiders. The play is based on the novel of the same name by S.E. Hinton which also became a classic film. The Outsiders tells the story of class conflict between the “Greasers,” youths from a poor neighborhood, and the “Socs” (short for Socials), a group of privileged kids from the wealthy west side of town. When published in 1967, the novel broke new ground in the young adult fiction genre with its portrayal of violence, class conflict, and prejudice. Directed by Maureen Watson; performances will be in Brophy’s Black Box Theatre.:

Friday, Nov. 17 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 18 – 2 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 30 – 7 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 1 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 2 – 2 p.m.

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

brophyprep.org                               Facebook Twitter                    Instagram                YouTube                Flickr

Thursday, October 26

SCHEDULE:  1,3,B,4,5,L,6,7

SAC CLOSED ALL DAY FOR THE *DREAMON TELETHON

SENIORS, please report to the Jesuit Garden @ break TODAY

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out Mr. Mike Ward, Connor White ’19, Peter Robles Galmiche ’20 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.   ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

CONGRATULATIONS QUIZ BOWL – Last night the Brophy quiz bowl team competed in our first tournament of the year.  Our guys won 7 of 9 rounds, which is quite a good start!  Competitors included: Krishna Sinha, Ryan Straneva, Cameron MacKenzie, Kevin Yin, Gabe Araya, Axell-Giovanni Komlan, Rohit Khurana, Bryan Gopal, Nathan Ashok, Zeyn Waheed, Hunter Gruler, Lukas Villalba and Alex Zoneraich.  Please congratulate them on a job well done!

Mr. McShane (Covert Politics club) will be presenting what the CIA won’t release today in B212. All are welcome.

MOVEMBER – You are invited to join the Brophy Stache Pony club! This November, donate to the movember foundation to help raise awareness for men’s health, and in return you can grow a mustache and skip to the front of the lunch line for an entire month. See the table in the mornings and at lunch on Wednesday Thursday and Friday to donate and sign up.  See you there”

AZ Beat Lab class taught by Brophy alum begins Friday, October 27th at Phoenix Center for the Arts. Learn fundamentals of beat making, sampling, and live performance while exploring g drum machines, samplers, and iPad apps to be musically expressive and create your own beats. Throughout the course, we will explore improvisation and build collaborative practices with one another.  More information and class enrollment can be found by following this link: http://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/programs/cmac/

The Jewish Student Union welcomes all students to a special meeting on Monday, at lunch, in B103.  Ms. Azra Hussain from the Islamic Center of the Northeast Valley and Rabbi Koppell of Temple Chai will discuss the differences and similarities between their faiths. All students are welcome!

USED CLOTHING DRIVE October 15-30 – Brophy Vines Club is hosting a clothing drive as an assignment for Mrs. Hibler’s class. They are accepting gently used clothes for all ages and both sexes. The American Textile Recycling Services orange bin is located just in front of the North parking lot. Please watch the following videos:  Why Recycle Textiles?  Donate, Recycle, Don’t Throw Away  The Secret Double Life of Donated Textiles

SAC CLOSED Friday, Oct. 27th After school

Mandatory Key Club Meeting next Wednesday November 1st at lunch in P110.

COUNSELING

Healthcare Industry Career Event:  Next Monday, October 30th in the Great Hall at lunch, parents and alumni will be here to talk about careers in the health care industry. Healthcare is a large field with many different opportunities. Panelists will range from doctors to healthcare executives. If you have a passion for science, business, want to help people, or you don’t know what you want to do yet, please join us! There is much to learn for everyone! Free lunch will be served courtesy of the Dad’s Club!  Sign up to attend at this link

OFFICE OF FAITH AND JUSTICE

*DREAM On TelethonStop by the TODAY, before school, during your flex, at break or at lunch and call your representatives to support the DREAM Act. This event is part of a larger effort by the entire Arizona Jesuit Community, and is led by the Kino Border Initiative. The DREAM On Coalition is supporting the effort hoping to make a serious impact on our congressional representatives. Make your voice heard and stand in solidarity with your community members, friends and family!

ATHLETICS

WRESTLING:  Any returning or new wrestlers who have not signed up yet, please see Coach Leyba this Friday, October 27th at Break in Room K25.  The season starts Monday, October 30th after school in the Dutch basement wrestling room.  You must have your sports physical to practice.

SOCCER TRYOUTS are next week Mon-Thurs.; Var/JV will be at 5:15 a.m. and Frosh will be after school @ BSC

BASKETBALL TRYOUTS will begin on Monday, October 30th for all three levels of the basketball program.  Freshmen will tryout from 6-7:30am in the Dutch, JV will tryout from 3:30-5:30pm in the Dutch, and Varsity will tryout from 2-4:30pm in Robson.

JVFB Awards Night Thursday, October 26 – 5 p.m., HGH N/E Corner

CROSS COUNTRY – Thursday, October 26 – Division I Sectional II Meet @ Rose Mofford Sports Complex

RUGBY – Saturday, October 28 – Intersquad Scrimmage @ BSC, 9:30 a.m.

CHESS – Friday-Saturday, October 27-28 – Individual Qualifier @ Glendale

SWIM AND DIVE – Saturday, October 28 – AMDG Swim Meet, Brophy Aquatic Center

HOCKEY – Sunday, October 29 – Hockey D1 @ Hamilton Huskies @ AZ Ice Gilbert – North Rink, 5:55 p.m.

WINTER SPORTS TRYOUTS – Monday, October 30

GOLF – Monday and Tuesday, October 30-31 – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National

BODPOD – Attention all students and athletes!  We now have BODPOD body composition testing every day at lunch.  Sign up for a time on the link below.  Also, anyone interested in joining the Exercise and Sport Science Club, come over to Strittmatter Sports Medicine Center (K1) at lunch every Wednesday and learn about exercise science and how to use new, exciting assessment technology. Everyone is welcome!  BODPOD testing signup: https://docs.google.com/a/brophybroncos.org/spreadsheets/d/1TGgyyYEChpPej2M15mLBP_hETzm2i6t-X1fPEKacnvg/edit?usp=sharing

ASIAN CULTURE CLUB – Please join us for our first meeting of the year, great company, and pure fun J we meet in room P112 every Thursday during lunch.CLUB MEETINGS

BROPHY RELIEF will meet Tuesdays during lunch in the Red Room of Romley Hall.

BROPHY STOCK MARKET GAME: The stock market competition is in full swing. The club meets every Thursday at lunch in B103. We talk about stocks, different views on investing, work on our portfolios, and host guest speakers. Swing by. Everyone is welcome.

CHESS CLUB/TEAM meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ lunch in Eller 215

COVERT POLITICS meets every Thursday in B212 at Lunch—all new and old members welcome!

JEWISH STUDENT UNION – Come join the JSU! Fun. Games. Free food. Mondays at lunch in B103. All students are welcome!

KNOWLEDGE MASTERS CLUB meet in L102 on Thursdays at lunch

MUSICIAN’S EXCHANGE CLUB meets every Tuesday @ lunch,B212 Mr McShane’s Room. All new and old members are invited!

PAINTBALL CLUB For more information and to sign up, email gjacoby20@brophybroncos.org

PEN (Peer Editing Network). How to Submit Your Writing for PEN Feedback:(1) Create a great draft of your writing using Google Docs. (2) Update the Doc’s sharing privileges (share > get shareable link > anyone at Brophy with the link can comment). (3) Visit pen.brophyprep.org to complete the PEN Submission Form as directed, and give us 24-48 hours to return your work with useful feedback.

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB – We are a group of people who enjoy solving Rubik’s cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you’ve never solved a cube before or you’ve been solving for years, we are open to everybody! We meet Thursdays at lunch in P120. Sign up here

SCUBA Club meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month @ LUNCH, E110.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS – See Mr. Danforth for information, Eller-216.

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: Oct 23-27, 2017:  PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles) Good (Mon, Wed, Fri) Lower Moderate (Tue &Thur); PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles) Middle Moderate (Mon & Thur) Lower Moderate (Tue, Wed, Fri); OZONE Lower Moderate (Mon-Wed) Middle Moderate (Thur & Fri)                              Thu Sunny 92°65°                                  Fri Sunny 90°63°       Sat Sunny 89°64°

COMING UP!

Brophy Theatre Program Announces Play Schedule:  Brophy’s play season opens next month with a production of The Outsiders. The play is based on the novel of the same name by S.E. Hinton which also became a classic film. The Outsiders tells the story of class conflict between the “Greasers,” youths from a poor neighborhood, and the “Socs” (short for Socials), a group of privileged kids from the wealthy west side of town. When published in 1967, the novel broke new ground in the young adult fiction genre with its portrayal of violence, class conflict, and prejudice. Directed by Maureen Watson; performances will be in Brophy’s Black Box Theatre.:

Friday, Nov. 17 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 18 – 2 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 30 – 7 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 1 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 2 – 2 p.m.

 

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

brophyprep.org                               Facebook Twitter                    Instagram                YouTube                Flickr

Wednesday, October 25

SCHEDULE:  LS,4,B,5,2,L,6,7

SAC CLOSED until 10am

SAC CLOSED @ LUNCH AND AFTER SCHOOL

 

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out Mr. Scooter Molander, Brett Cohen ’18, Pat Hunt ’18, Marcus Pimentel ’18, Noah Jacobs ’20, Dan Serrano ’20, Zeyn Waheed ’20, Connor Gallaspy ‘21 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.   ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

THANK YOU!  The DreamOn coalition wants to thank everyone for coming out to support our Dreamers on  at the Brophy Culture Project Faces of DACA event!  Support Brophy Dreamers by turning- in your DreamOn T-shirt order form to the Varsity Shop by the end of the week.

BORDER WALL ON CAMPUS – Attention all students.  TODAY at Break & Lunch, Kino Teens along with Advocacy Club and the Dream On Coalition are building a wall on campus.  Be sure to carry your Brophy student ID and be prepared to answer a short survey to pass the border wall inspection.  Please be patient with wall personnel since you may experience some delays in crossing through.  Thank you Mr. Kelly and Art classes for the design & structure.

Mr. McShane (Covert Politics club) will be presenting what the CIA won’t release today and tomorrow in B212. All are welcome.

SENIORS, please report to the Jesuit Garden @ break on THURSDAY.

MOVEMBER – You are invited to join the Brophy Stache Pony club! This November, donate to the movember foundation to help raise awareness for men’s health, and in return you can grow a mustache and skip to the front of the lunch line for an entire month. See the table in the mornings and at lunch on Wednesday Thursday and Friday to donate and sign up.  See you there”

AZ Beat Lab class taught by Brophy alum begins Friday, October 27th at Phoenix Center for the Arts. Learn fundamentals of beat making, sampling, and live performance while exploring g drum machines, samplers, and iPad apps to be musically expressive and create your own beats. Throughout the course, we will explore improvisation and build collaborative practices with one another.  More information and class enrollment can be found by following this link: http://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/programs/cmac/

The Jewish Student Union welcomes all students to a special meeting on Monday, at lunch, in B103.  Ms. Azra Hussain from the Islamic Center of the Northeast Valley and Rabbi Koppell of Temple Chai will discuss the differences and similarities between their faiths. All students are welcome!

USED CLOTHING DRIVE October 15-30 – Brophy Vines Club is hosting a clothing drive as an assignment for Mrs. Hibler’s class. They are accepting gently used clothes for all ages and both sexes. The American Textile Recycling Services orange bin is located just in front of the North parking lot. Please watch the following videos:  Why Recycle Textiles?  Donate, Recycle, Don’t Throw Away  The Secret Double Life of Donated Textiles

SAC CLOSED Thursday, Oct. 26th ALL DAY

SAC CLOSED Friday, Oct. 27th After school

COUNSELING

Santa Clara U College Visit – TODAY @ lunch, SAC

Juniors and Seniors….Please check Naviance as we have a tremendous amount of colleges and universities visiting our campus.  You must sign up in Naviance 2 days prior.

OFFICE OF FAITH AND JUSTICE

DREAM On TelethonStop by the SAC on Thursday, before school, during your flex, at break or at lunch and call your representatives to support the DREAM Act. This event is part of a larger effort by the entire Arizona Jesuit Community, and is led by the Kino Border Initiative. The DREAM On Coalition is supporting the effort hoping to make a serious impact on our congressional representatives. Make your voice heard and stand in solidarity with your community members, friends and family!

ATHLETICS

WRESTLING:  Any returning or new wrestlers who have not signed up yet, please see Coach Leyba this Friday, October 27th at Break in Room K25.  The season starts Monday, October 30th after school in the Dutch basement wrestling room.  You must have your sports physical to practice.

SOCCER TRYOUTS are next week Mon-Thurs.; Var/JV will be at 5:15 a.m. and Frosh will be after school @ BSC

JVFB Awards Night – Thursday, October 26 – 5 p.m., HGH N/E Corner

CROSS COUNTRYThursday, October 26 – Division I Sectional II Meet @ Rose Mofford Sports Complex

RUGBY – Saturday, October 28 – Intersquad Scrimmage @ BSC, 9:30 a.m.

CHESS – Friday-Saturday, October 27-28 – Individual Qualifier @ Glendale

SWIM AND DIVE – Saturday, October 28 – AMDG Swim Meet, Brophy Aquatic Center

HOCKEY – Sunday, October 29 – Hockey D1 @ Hamilton Huskies @ AZ Ice Gilbert – North Rink, 5:55 p.m.

WINTER SPORTS TRYOUTS – Monday, October 30

GOLF – Monday and Tuesday, October 30-31 – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National

BODPOD – Attention all students and athletes!  We now have BODPOD body composition testing every day at lunch.  Sign up for a time on the link below.  Also, anyone interested in joining the Exercise and Sport Science Club, come over to Strittmatter Sports Medicine Center (K1) at lunch every Wednesday and learn about exercise science and how to use new, exciting assessment technology. Everyone is welcome!  BODPOD testing signup: https://docs.google.com/a/brophybroncos.org/spreadsheets/d/1TGgyyYEChpPej2M15mLBP_hETzm2i6t-X1fPEKacnvg/edit?usp=sharing


ASIAN CULTURE CLUB
 – Please join us for our first meeting of the year, great company, and pure fun J we meet in room P112 every Thursday during lunch.CLUB MEETINGS

BROPHY RELIEF will meet Tuesdays during lunch in the Red Room of Romley Hall.

BROPHY STOCK MARKET GAME: The stock market competition is in full swing. The club meets every Thursday at lunch in B103. We talk about stocks, different views on investing, work on our portfolios, and host guest speakers. Swing by. Everyone is welcome.

CHESS CLUB/TEAM meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ lunch in Eller 215

COVERT POLITICS meets every Thursday in B212 at Lunch—all new and old members welcome!

JEWISH STUDENT UNION – Come join the JSU! Fun. Games. Free food. Mondays at lunch in B103. All students are welcome!

KNOWLEDGE MASTERS CLUB meet in L102 on Thursdays at lunch

MUSICIAN’S EXCHANGE CLUB meets every Tuesday @ lunch,B212 Mr McShane’s Room. All new and old members are invited!

PAINTBALL CLUB For more information and to sign up, email gjacoby20@brophybroncos.org

PEN (Peer Editing Network). How to Submit Your Writing for PEN Feedback:(1) Create a great draft of your writing using Google Docs. (2) Update the Doc’s sharing privileges (share > get shareable link > anyone at Brophy with the link can comment). (3) Visit pen.brophyprep.org to complete the PEN Submission Form as directed, and give us 24-48 hours to return your work with useful feedback.

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB – We are a group of people who enjoy solving Rubik’s cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you’ve never solved a cube before or you’ve been solving for years, we are open to everybody! We meet Thursdays at lunch in P120. Sign up here

SCUBA Club meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month @ LUNCH, E110.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS – See Mr. Danforth for information, Eller-216.

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: Oct 23-27, 2017:  PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles) Good (Mon, Wed, Fri) Lower Moderate (Tue &Thur); PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles) Middle Moderate (Mon & Thur) Lower Moderate (Tue, Wed, Fri); OZONE Lower Moderate (Mon-Wed) Middle Moderate (Thur & Fri)

Wed Sunny 93°65°                       Thu Sunny 92°65°                         Fri Sunny 90°63°       Sat Sunny 89°64°

COMING UP!

Brophy Theatre Program Announces Play Schedule:  Brophy’s play season opens next month with a production of The Outsiders. The play is based on the novel of the same name by S.E. Hinton which also became a classic film. The Outsiders tells the story of class conflict between the “Greasers,” youths from a poor neighborhood, and the “Socs” (short for Socials), a group of privileged kids from the wealthy west side of town. When published in 1967, the novel broke new ground in the young adult fiction genre with its portrayal of violence, class conflict, and prejudice. Directed by Maureen Watson; performances will be in Brophy’s Black Box Theatre.:

Friday, Nov. 17 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 18 – 2 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 30 – 7 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 1 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 2 – 2 p.m.

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

brophyprep.org                               Facebook Twitter                    Instagram                YouTube                Flickr

Tuesday, October 24

SCHEDULE:  1,5,B,2,3,L,6,7

Tonight is the annual Brophy Xavier College Fair.  We will have over 130 colleges and universities in attendance.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Don’t miss this awesome opportunity.  Open to all grades.

SAC CLOSED 1-2 p.m. and After School TODAY

 BIRTHDAY WISHES go out Mrs. Jenny Lewis (Special Events Coordinator), Mr. Bill Woods (Athletic Director), Merrick Martin ’18, Nick Tiedemann ’18, Johnny Schantz ’19 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.    ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

HOCKEY UPDATESVARSITY:  On Saturday they lost to Pinnacle Pioneers 3-5.  Jack Allen, Nick Thomson and Kyle Tessmer scored our goals.  With less than 2 minutes left in the game, we pulled our goalie to try and tie, unfortunately the Pioneer’s last goal was scored on our empty net.   On Sunday, we demolished the Flagstaff Avalanche 9-0.  Nick Thomson and Kyle Tessmer both scored two goals and Joey Grams, Michael Thomas, Christopher Vo, Connor Pitts and Zach Mattson all put one in the net.  A shout out for Ben Schouten (goalie) with a shutout.

JV: On Saturday. they beat the Pinnacle Pioneers 2-1.  Goals were scored by Jackson Holinger and Nilay Murty, with the assist going to Chris Agnone.  On Sunday, The lost to Flagstaff 0-2.

BORDER WALL ON CAMPUS – Attention all students.  This Wednesday at Break & Lunch, Kino Teens along with Advocacy Club and the Dream On Coalition are building a wall on campus.  Be sure to carry your Brophy student ID and be prepared to answer a short survey to pass the border wall inspection.  Please be patient with wall personnel since you may experience some delays in crossing through.  Thank you Mr. Kelly and Art classes for the design & structure.

MOVEMBER – You are invited to join the Brophy Stache Pony club! This November, donate to the movember foundation to help raise awareness for men’s health, and in return you can grow a mustache and skip to the front of the lunch line for an entire month. See the table in the mornings and at lunch on Wednesday Thursday and Friday to donate and sign up.  See you there”

AZ Beat Lab class taught by Brophy alum begins Friday, October 27th at Phoenix Center for the Arts. Learn fundamentals of beat making, sampling, and live performance while exploring g drum machines, samplers, and iPad apps to be musically expressive and create your own beats. Throughout the course, we will explore improvisation and build collaborative practices with one another.  More information and class enrollment can be found by following this link: http://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/programs/cmac/

USED CLOTHING DRIVE October 15-30 – Brophy Vines Club is hosting a clothing drive as an assignment for Mrs. Hibler’s class. They are accepting gently used clothes for all ages and both sexes. The American Textile Recycling Services orange bin is located just in front of the North parking lot. Please watch the following videos:  Why Recycle Textiles?  Donate, Recycle, Don’t Throw Away  The Secret Double Life of Donated Textiles

SAC CLOSED Wednesday, Oct. 25th Before School until 10AM, at Lunch and After School

SAC CLOSED Thursday, Oct. 26th ALL DAY

SAC CLOSED Friday, Oct. 27th After school

COUNSELING

LMU College Visit – Today, 1:10 p.m., SAC

U of ND College Visit – Wed, 10/25, 9:00 a.m., SAC

Santa Clara U College Visit – Wed, 10/25 @ lunch, SAC

Juniors and Seniors….Please check Naviance as we have a tremendous amount of colleges and universities visiting our campus.  You must sign up in Naviance 2 days prior.

OFFICE OF FAITH AND JUSTICE

DREAM On: Brophy stands with DREAMers – Use this link if you would like to be on the email list for the #DREAMon campaign.

  • Week of 23rd – Border Wall On Campus
  • Tuesday, October 24th 2017 – “Faces of DACA” – Robson Gym – Lunch
  • Thursday, October 26th 2017- DREAM Act Phonathon (Jesuit community wide) – SAC – All day

This is all happening within a larger movement led by Kino Border Initiative between SFX Parish and School, and Brophy. Their leadership empowers our community to move forward deliberately and effectively.

ATHLETICS

WRESTLING:  Any returning or new wrestlers who have not signed up yet, please see Coach Leyba this Friday, October 27th at Break in Room K25.  The season starts Monday, October 30th after school in the Dutch basement wrestling room.  You must have your sports physical to practice.

SOCCER TRYOUTS are next week Mon-Thurs.; Var/JV will be at 5:15 a.m. and Frosh will be after school @ BSC

FOOTBALL UNIFORM COLLECTION, Today, 3PM, Gym Lobby

RUGBY – Tuesday, October 24 – First Practice @ BSC, 5:30 p.m. and Parent Meeting after in stands

All the info you need to be eligible to play is on our website: https://www.brophyprep.org/page/team-detail?fromId=212711&Team=219673&SeasonLabel=2017+-+2018

  • Saturday, October 28 – Intersquad Scrimmage @ BSC, 9:30 a.m.

JVFB Awards Night – Thursday, October 26 – 5 p.m., HGH N/E Corner

CROSS COUNTRYThursday, October 26 – Division I Sectional II Meet @ Rose Mofford Sports Complex

CHESS – Friday-Saturday, October 27-28 – Individual Qualifier @ Glendale

SWIM AND DIVE – Saturday, October 28 – AMDG Swim Meet, Brophy Aquatic Center

HOCKEY – Sunday, October 29 – Hockey D1 @ Hamilton Huskies @ AZ Ice Gilbert – North Rink, 5:55 p.m.

WINTER SPORTS TRYOUTS – Monday, October 30

GOLF – Monday and Tuesday, October 30-31 – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National

BODPOD – Attention all students and athletes!  We now have BODPOD body composition testing every day at lunch.  Sign up for a time on the link below.  Also, anyone interested in joining the Exercise and Sport Science Club, come over to Strittmatter Sports Medicine Center (K1) at lunch every Wednesday and learn about exercise science and how to use new, exciting assessment technology. Everyone is welcome!  BODPOD testing signup: https://docs.google.com/a/brophybroncos.org/spreadsheets/d/1TGgyyYEChpPej2M15mLBP_hETzm2i6t-X1fPEKacnvg/edit?usp=sharing


THE MUSICIAN’S EXCHANGE CLUB
meets every Tuesday @ lunch in B 212-Mr McShane’s Room —all new and old members are invited!CLUB MEETINGS

COVERT POLITICS meets every Thursday in B212 at Lunch—all new and old members welcome!”

PAINTBALL CLUB For more information and to sign up, email gjacoby20@brophybroncos.org

SCUBA Club meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month @ LUNCH, E110.

BROPHY RELIEF will meet Tuesdays during lunch in the Red Room of Romley Hall.

JEWISH STUDENT UNION – Come join the JSU! Fun. Games. Free food. Mondays at lunch in B103. All students are welcome!

PEN (Peer Editing Network). How to Submit Your Writing for PEN Feedback:(1) Create a great draft of your writing using Google Docs. (2) Update the Doc’s sharing privileges (share > get shareable link > anyone at Brophy with the link can comment). (3) Visit pen.brophyprep.org to complete the PEN Submission Form as directed, and give us 24-48 hours to return your work with useful feedback.

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB – We are a group of people who enjoy solving Rubik’s cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you’ve never solved a cube before or you’ve been solving for years, we are open to everybody! We meet Thursdays at lunch in P120. Sign up here

BROPHY STOCK MARKET GAME: The stock market competition is in full swing. The club meets every Thursday at lunch in B103. We talk about stocks, different views on investing, work on our portfolios, and host guest speakers. Swing by. Everyone is welcome.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS – See Mr. Danforth for information, Eller-216.

ASIAN CULTURE CLUB – Please join us for our first meeting of the year, great company, and pure fun J we meet in room P112 every Thursday during lunch.

KNOWLEDGE MASTERS CLUB meet in L102 on Thursdays at lunch

CHESS CLUB/TEAM meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ lunch in Eller 215

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: Oct 23-27, 2017:  PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles) Good (Mon, Wed, Fri) Lower Moderate (Tue &Thur); PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles) Middle Moderate (Mon & Thur) Lower Moderate (Tue, Wed, Fri); OZONE Lower Moderate (Mon-Wed) Middle Moderate (Thur & Fri)

Tue Sunny 96°72°                         Wed Sunny 93°65°                       Thu Sunny 92°65°                         Fri Sunny 90°63°       Sat Sunny 89°64°

COMING UP!

Brophy Theatre Program Announces Play Schedule:  Brophy’s play season opens next month with a production of The Outsiders. The play is based on the novel of the same name by S.E. Hinton which also became a classic film. The Outsiders tells the story of class conflict between the “Greasers,” youths from a poor neighborhood, and the “Socs” (short for Socials), a group of privileged kids from the wealthy west side of town. When published in 1967, the novel broke new ground in the young adult fiction genre with its portrayal of violence, class conflict, and prejudice. Directed by Maureen Watson; performances will be in Brophy’s Black Box Theatre.:

Friday, Nov. 17 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 18 – 2 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 30 – 7 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 1 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 2 – 2 p.m.

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

brophyprep.org                               Facebook Twitter                    Instagram                YouTube                Flickr

 

Monday, October 23

SCHEDULE:  1,2,B,3,4,L,6,7

SAC CLOSED AT LUNCH TODAY

 

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.  Also birthday wishes to all BRONCOS who celebrated over the weekend!  ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

CONGRATULATIONS BROPHY ROBOTICS The Brophy Robotics Team competed with their robot ”Pete”  on Saturday against the 30 best teams from Arizona.  This included the team that won the world competition last year.  We ended up beating the world champions and coming in second overall.  Please congratulate any Roboteer you may know!

CONGRATULATIONS BROPHY MOUNTAIN BIKE TEAM – It was an incredible day out in the desert for the Broncos. Best finish in program history taking 5th place overall (field of 53 teams) Special congratulations to senior Michael Hemmerlin with a career best finish of 4th place in varsity and Patrick Hinkle with a 9th place in Sophomores. All Brophy and Xavier riders were sending it at 11.

AZ Beat Lab class taught by Brophy alum begins October 27th at Phoenix Center for the Arts. Learn fundamentals of beat making, sampling, and live performance while exploring g drum machines, samplers, and iPad apps to be musically expressive and create your own beats. Throughout the course, we will explore improvisation and build collaborative practices with one another.  More information and class enrollment can be found by following this link: http://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/programs/cmac/

USED CLOTHING DRIVE October 15-30 – Brophy Vines Club is hosting a clothing drive as an assignment for Mrs. Hibler’s class. They are accepting gently used clothes for all ages and both sexes. The American Textile Recycling Services orange bin is located just in front of the North parking lot. Please watch the following videos:  Why Recycle Textiles?  Donate, Recycle, Don’t Throw Away  The Secret Double Life of Donated Textiles

COUNSELING

UC Berkeley College Visit 12:15 p.m., SAC

Juniors and Seniors….Please check Naviance as we have a tremendous amount of colleges and universities visiting our campus.  You must sign up in Naviance 2 days prior.

OFFICE OF FAITH AND JUSTICE

DREAM On: Brophy stands with DREAMers – Use this link if you would like to be on the email list for the #DREAMon campaign.

  • Week of 23rd – Border Wall On Campus
  • Tuesday, October 24th 2017 – “Faces of DACA” – Robson Gym – Lunch
  • Thursday, October 26th 2017- DREAM Act Phonathon (Jesuit community wide) – SAC – All day

This is all happening within a larger movement led by Kino Border Initiative between SFX Parish and School, and Brophy. Their leadership empowers our community to move forward deliberately and effectively.

ATHLETICS

FOOTBALL UNIFORM COLLECTION, Today, 3PM, Gym Lobby

GOLF vs DV/DM/Corona @ raven south mountain, 2:30 p.m.

RUGBY – Tuesday, October 24 – First Practice @ BSC, 5:30 p.m. and Parent Meeting after in stands

All the info you need to be eligible to play is on our website: https://www.brophyprep.org/page/team-detail?fromId=212711&Team=219673&SeasonLabel=2017+-+2018

  • Saturday, October 28 – Intersquad Scrimmage @ BSC, 9:30 a.m.

JVFB Awards Night – Thursday, October 26 – 5 p.m., HGH N/E Corner

CROSS COUNTRYThursday, October 26 – Division I Sectional II Meet @ Rose Mofford Sports Complex

CHESS – Friday-Saturday, October 27-28 – Individual Qualifier @ Glendale

SWIM AND DIVE – Saturday, October 28 – AMDG Swim Meet, Brophy Aquatic Center

HOCKEY – Sunday, October 29 – Hockey D1 @ Hamilton Huskies @ AZ Ice Gilbert – North Rink, 5:55 p.m.

WINTER SPORTS TRYOUTS – Monday, October 30

GOLF – Monday and Tuesday, October 30-31 – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National

BODPOD – Attention all students and athletes!  We now have BODPOD body composition testing every day at lunch.  Sign up for a time on the link below.  Also, anyone interested in joining the Exercise and Sport Science Club, come over to Strittmatter Sports Medicine Center (K1) at lunch every Wednesday and learn about exercise science and how to use new, exciting assessment technology. Everyone is welcome!  BODPOD testing signup: https://docs.google.com/a/brophybroncos.org/spreadsheets/d/1TGgyyYEChpPej2M15mLBP_hETzm2i6t-X1fPEKacnvg/edit?usp=sharing


THE MUSICIAN’S EXCHANGE CLUB
meets every Tuesday @ lunch in B 212-Mr McShane’s Room —all new and old members are invited!CLUB MEETINGS

COVERT POLITICS meets every Thursday in B212 at Lunch—all new and old members welcome!”

PAINTBALL CLUB For more information and to sign up, email gjacoby20@brophybroncos.org

SCUBA Club meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month @ LUNCH, E110.

BROPHY RELIEF will meet Tuesdays during lunch in the Red Room of Romley Hall.

JEWISH STUDENT UNION – Come join the JSU! Fun. Games. Free food. Mondays at lunch in B103. All students are welcome!

PEN (Peer Editing Network). How to Submit Your Writing for PEN Feedback:(1) Create a great draft of your writing using Google Docs. (2) Update the Doc’s sharing privileges (share > get shareable link > anyone at Brophy with the link can comment). (3) Visit pen.brophyprep.org to complete the PEN Submission Form as directed, and give us 24-48 hours to return your work with useful feedback.

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB – We are a group of people who enjoy solving Rubik’s cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you’ve never solved a cube before or you’ve been solving for years, we are open to everybody! We meet Thursdays at lunch in P120. Sign up here

BROPHY STOCK MARKET GAME: The stock market competition is in full swing. The club meets every Thursday at lunch in B103. We talk about stocks, different views on investing, work on our portfolios, and host guest speakers. Swing by. Everyone is welcome.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS – See Mr. Danforth for information, Eller-216.

ASIAN CULTURE CLUB – Please join us for our first meeting of the year, great company, and pure fun J we meet in room P112 every Thursday during lunch.

KNOWLEDGE MASTERS CLUB meet in L102 on Thursdays at lunch

CHESS CLUB/TEAM meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ lunch in Eller 215

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA:

COMING UP!

Brophy Theatre Program Announces Play Schedule:  Brophy’s play season opens next month with a production of The Outsiders. The play is based on the novel of the same name by S.E. Hinton which also became a classic film. The Outsiders tells the story of class conflict between the “Greasers,” youths from a poor neighborhood, and the “Socs” (short for Socials), a group of privileged kids from the wealthy west side of town. When published in 1967, the novel broke new ground in the young adult fiction genre with its portrayal of violence, class conflict, and prejudice. Directed by Maureen Watson; performances will be in Brophy’s Black Box Theatre.:

Thursday, Nov. 16 – 7 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 17 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 18 – 2 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 30 – 7 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 1 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 2 – 2 p.m.

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

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GRASS FIELDS AND FRONT LAWN CLOSED FOR OVERSEEDING through November 13, 2017

Monday, October 23, 2017                   1,2,B,3,4,L,6,7

SAC CLOSED AT LUNCH

  • UC Berkeley College Visit @ lunch, SAC
  • Football Uniform Collection, 3PM, Gym Lobby
  • Fiesta de Bienvenida para las Familias Nuevas/PLUB, 6PM, SAC
  • Ignatian Prayer Series with Adria Renke, Chapel, 6:30 p.m.
  • 8th Grade Information Social, 7 p.m.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017                 1,5,B,2,3,L,6,7

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

  • Freshman Breakaway – St. Vincent de Paul
  • DREAMon – “Faces of DACA” @ lunch, Robson Gym
  • GOLF vs DV/DM/Corona @ raven south mountain, 2:30 p.m.
  • RUGBY –5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. with parent meeting after until 8 PM
  • Brophy Xavier College Fair, 6:30 p.m., HGH/The Dutch
  • Speech and Debate Parents Meeting, 6:30 p.m., SAC
  • 8th Grade Information Social, 7:00 p.m.
  • Magis Retreat @ Manresa

Wednesday, October 25, 2017             LS,4,B,5,2,L,6,7

SAC CLOSED BEFORE SCHOOL UNTIL 9:00 A.M.

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL     

  • Faculty Meeting, 7:30 a.m., SAC
  • Freshman Cohort Meeting @ Lunch (Xavier)
  • Sophomore Service Reflections, 3:00 p.m., SAC
  • College Application Workshop, 3:00 p.m.
  • President’s Club Dinner, 6:00 p.m., HGH
  • Magis Retreat @ Manresa

Thursday, October 26, 2017                1,3,B,4,5,L,6,7

Faculty Morning Prayer, 7:50AM, Chapel

SAC CLOSED TODAY

  • DREAMon – Call to Action Day of the Jesuits West, SAC, 8 a.m.–3 p.m. – DREAM Act Phonathon
  • Sophomore Service Reflections, 3:00 p.m., SAC
  • JV Awards Night, 5pm, HGH N/E Corner
  • University of Notre Dame Presentation, 7:00 p.m., HGH
  • CROSS COUNTRY – Division I Sectional II Meet @ Rose Mofford Sports Complex
  • Magis Retreat @ Manresa

Friday, October 27, 2017                     2,3,B,4,5,1

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

  • Hermano Unidos, 1 p.m., SAC
  • CHESS – Individual Qualifier @ Glendale
  • Speech and Debate: Jim Fountain Classic at McClintock
  • Mothers’ Guild Fall Retreat @ Manresa
  • Speech and Debate: Meadows Tournament in Las Vegas

Saturday, October 28, 2017

ACT EXAM

  • AMDG Swim Meet, Brophy Aquatic Center
  • CHESS – Individual Qualifier @ Glendale
  • Speech and Debate: Jim Fountain Classic at McClintock
  • Mothers’ Guild Fall Retreat @ Manresa
  • Speech and Debate: Meadows Tournament in Las Vegas

Sunday, October 29, 2017

  • Hockey D1 @ Hamilton Huskies @ AZ Ice Gilbert – North Rink, 5:55 p.m.
  • Mothers’ Guild Fall Retreat @ Manresa
  • Speech and Debate: Meadows Tournament in Las Vegas

Monday, October 30, 2017          1,2,B,3,4,L,6,7                  Winter Sports Tryouts

Dads’ Club Career Exploration Session-Healthcare @ Lunch, HGH

Central Phoenix 8th Grade Information Social at Brophy, 7 p.m.

GOLF – State Golf Tournament @ Tucson National, October 30-31

Friday, October 20

SCHEDULE:  2,3,B,4,5,1

Elite SW @ break, front of SAC – For Senior Grad orders

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to Ethan Smith ’19, Willy Valdivia Echevarria ’19, Victor Beck ’20, Gaven Mejia ’20 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.  ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

LIVE KAIROS, 3 p.m., SAC

FATHER SON COMMUNION BREAKFAST/ALUMNI AWARDS (SFX Church/HGH), Sat, October 21

Check-in and photographs begin at 8 a.m.; mass is at 9 a.m. in St. Francis Xavier Church, followed by breakfast and the Alumni Awards presentation in Harper Great Hall. Click here to make your reservation. For information on the 2017 Alumni Awards, click here.

AZ Beat Lab class taught by Brophy alum begins October 27th at Phoenix Center for the Arts. Learn fundamentals of beat making, sampling, and live performance while exploring g drum machines, samplers, and iPad apps to be musically expressive and create your own beats. Throughout the course, we will explore improvisation and build collaborative practices with one another.  More information and class enrollment can be found by following this link: http://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/programs/cmac/

USED CLOTHING DRIVE October 15-30 – Brophy Vines Club is hosting a clothing drive as an assignment for Mrs. Hibler’s class. They are accepting gently used clothes for all ages and both sexes. The American Textile Recycling Services orange bin is located just in front of the North parking lot. Please watch the following videos:  Why Recycle Textiles?  Donate, Recycle, Don’t Throw Away  The Secret Double Life of Donated Textiles

OFFICE OF FAITH AND JUSTICE

DREAM On: Brophy stands with DREAMers – Use this link if you would like to be on the email list for the #DREAMon campaign.

DREAMon activities surrounding all of this:

  • Week of 23rd – Border Wall On Campus
  • Tuesday, October 24th 2017 – “Faces of DACA” – Robson Gym – Lunch
  • Thursday, October 26th 2017- DREAM Act Phonathon (Jesuit community wide) – SAC – All day

This is all happening within a larger movement led by Kino Border Initiative between SFX Parish and School, and Brophy. Their leadership empowers our community to move forward deliberately and effectively.

ATHLETICS

Friday, October 20, 2017

  • JV Uniforms turned in TODAY after school at 1:15 at the Gym
  • FOOTBALL Varsity FB vs Chandler (H) 7 p.m. SENIOR NIGHT – BLACK OUT!

Saturday, October 21, 2017

  • HOCKEY D1 @ Pinnacle @ Scottsdale Ice Den-Coyotes Rink, 8:30 p.m.
  • HOCKEY JV vs Pinnacle @ Scottsdale Ice Den-APEX Rink, 8:30 p.m.

Sunday, October 22, 2017

  • MOUNTAIN BIKE TEAM – McDowell Mtn Regional Park – Fountain Hills
  • HOCKEY D1 vs Flagstaff Avalanche @ AZ Ice Peoria – North Rink, 8:55 a.m.

Brophy Rugby begins Tuesday, October 24th at Brophy’s Sports Complex from 5:30-7:30 PM. All the info you need to be eligible to play is on our website: https://www.brophyprep.org/page/team-detail?fromId=212711&Team=219673&SeasonLabel=2017+-+2018

BODPOD – Attention all students and athletes!  We now have BODPOD body composition testing every day at lunch.  Sign up for a time on the link below.  Also, anyone interested in joining the Exercise and Sport Science Club, come over to Strittmatter Sports Medicine Center (K1) at lunch every Wednesday and learn about exercise science and how to use new, exciting assessment technology. Everyone is welcome!  BODPOD testing signup: https://docs.google.com/a/brophybroncos.org/spreadsheets/d/1TGgyyYEChpPej2M15mLBP_hETzm2i6t-X1fPEKacnvg/edit?usp=sharing

Basketball Open Gyms – in The Dutch, 2-3:30pm, Friday, October 20th

THE MUSICIAN’S EXCHANGE CLUB meets every Tuesday @ lunch in B 212-Mr McShane’s Room —all new and old members are invited!CLUB MEETINGS

COVERT POLITICS meets every Thursday in B212 at Lunch—all new and old members welcome!”

PAINTBALL CLUB For more information and to sign up, email gjacoby20@brophybroncos.org

SCUBA Club meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month @ LUNCH, E110.

BROPHY RELIEF will meet Tuesdays during lunch in the Red Room of Romley Hall.

JEWISH STUDENT UNION – Come join the JSU! Fun. Games. Free food. Mondays at lunch in B103. All students are welcome!

PEN (Peer Editing Network). How to Submit Your Writing for PEN Feedback:(1) Create a great draft of your writing using Google Docs. (2) Update the Doc’s sharing privileges (share > get shareable link > anyone at Brophy with the link can comment). (3) Visit pen.brophyprep.org to complete the PEN Submission Form as directed, and give us 24-48 hours to return your work with useful feedback.

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB – We are a group of people who enjoy solving Rubik’s cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you’ve never solved a cube before or you’ve been solving for years, we are open to everybody! We meet Thursdays at lunch in P120. Sign up here

BROPHY STOCK MARKET GAME: The stock market competition is in full swing. The club meets every Thursday at lunch in B103. We talk about stocks, different views on investing, work on our portfolios, and host guest speakers. Swing by. Everyone is welcome.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS – See Mr. Danforth for information, Eller-216.

ASIAN CULTURE CLUB – Please join us for our first meeting of the year, great company, and pure fun J we meet in room P112 every Thursday during lunch.

KNOWLEDGE MASTERS CLUB meet in L102 on Thursdays at lunch

CHESS CLUB/TEAM meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays @ lunch in Eller 215

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: Oct 16-20, 2017; PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles) Lower Moderate (Mon-Thur) Good (Fri)

PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles) Middle Moderate (Mon-Thur) Lower Moderate (Fri); OZONE Middle Moderate (Mon-Thur) Good (Fri)

Thu Mostly Sunny 96°68°          Fri Mostly Sunny 91°64°            Sat Sunny 88°64°

Sun Sunny 93°64°

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

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