Cedar Catholic's Jr. Sr. High School's Mission is to serve God by providing a challenging academic education intregrated with Catholic values and morals developing our students spiritually, intelectually, emotionally, and socially.
UPCOMING TROJAN EVENTS
Dear Friend in Christ,
Jesus Christ established the Church on earth to continue His mission of reconciliation in the world for all ages. Before His Ascension into heaven, He gave the following command to the Eleven: "All power on heaven and earth has been given to me. Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." With these words, the divine power to transform the fallen world has been given to the Church. Furthermore, we see how closely related is this transformation to the ministry of teaching.
With this in mind, we are reminded that Cedar Catholic Jr./Sr. High School is more than any ordinary school: Cedar Catholic is an extension of the Church herself. Our school is on the front lines of forming new disciples according to the mandate of Jesus Christ. Our hope is that these disciples live their faith beyond our school walls and into the future.
Thank you for visiting us via this website. We hope that it will give you a greater sense of who we are at Cedar Catholic as we strive to teach the Good News in Northeast Nebraska. If you are a visitor to our school we welcome you and hope you will visit us in person someday. If you are a member of our school family, we hope that this site will keep you better connected.
Reverend Jeffery S. Loseke, S.T.L.
Cedar Catholic will be celebrating Homecoming week September 15-19. The theme for this year's homecoming is Holidays. Senior theme: Independence Day; Juniors Casimer Polaski; Sophomores Easter; Freshmen Halloween; 8th grade St. Pats; 7th grade Valentines; East Catholic Thanksgiving. Homecoming Royalty: Freshmen: Sydney Becker and Sam Feilmeier; Sophomores Anna Burbach and Easton Joachimsen; Juniors Monica Arens and Sam Anderson; Queen Candidates: Alexis Arens, Samantha Kleinschmit, Elizabeth Rembert; King Candidates: Ryan Becker, Ty Becker, Luke Burbach. Master and Mistress of Ceremonies: James Kaiser and Anna Brodersen. Future Royalty: Addison Walter and Jackson Klug.
Dress Days for the Week: Monday: Pirates and Ninjas; Tuesday: Canadian Tuxedo (wear lots of denim); Wednesday: Spirit Day (class competitions in the afternoon); Thursday: Dress Your Holiday; Friday: Red/White Casual. Order of events: Mass, decorate, parade, pep rally, football game, coronation and dance. Remember Christian modesty with all dress up days.
There is a copy of the Living the Faith guidelines and service hour form on Sycamore in the documents folder. There are plenty of opportunities which allow students to get their service hours which could include working at the Booster Club Basketball Tournament on Feb. 23 as a scorekeeper/book/reffing. Any student that is interested please sign up in the office!
The Archdiocese of Omaha is having a Rural Jr. High Youth Rally at Columbus Scotus Central Catholic Jr.-Sr. High School on October 11, 2014. Registration is due October 3. Cost is $25. per student which includes registration, t shirt, lunch and snack. Adults are $15.00. All 6th, 7th and 8th grade students are welcome to attend. Entry forms are in the documents folders. If there is enough interest, we will take the charter bus.