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The latest news from Bishop O'Connell High School

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    Congratulations to the Bishop O'Connell girls track and field team, co-champions of the 2016 Virginia Catholic State Championship.

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    Congratulations to the five O'Connell students who received the sacrament of Confirmation on May 13.

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  • 05/20/16--06:52: May 20, 2016
  • Today we have a few special guests with us, including Miss Jenna Swirsky-Sacchetti, Development Manager for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Chapter in Bethesda. Last November we began planning for this year's Superdance; we were able to register 89.4% of the entire school population, with 100% registration coming from the senior class. In addition, we received tremendous support from Carrabbas restaurant, the Washington Nationals, and the Washington Capitols organizations. Most importantly, nearly every student came together to support #DoItForWalter! Even though we still have a few outstanding pledges, we are very proud to hand over this check for $115,000! With all your on-line donations, and pledged money still coming in, this year's Superdance will net just under $124,000! Congratulations to everyone who supported Superdance 2016; we thank you and look forward to next year's Superdance being even more successful!

    FRIDAY KNIGHTS is ON today, May 20! Stop by room 214 for games, music, and snacks during B and C lunches. All are welcome. If you are a SENIOR Peer Mentor, please stop by - even if it is just for a couple of minutes. THANK YOU!

    The final Knights for Life clinic outreach for the school year is this Saturday, May 21. We'll begin with Mass in the student chapel at 9:30 am and conclude at IHOP for a time of fellowship with students from PVI, Ireton, and Robinson.

    Any underclassmen that would like to usher at graduation, please come down and sign up in the activities office.

    Come be a part of the Jenga tournament and support the Math Honor Society. Tournament rounds will take place after school in Rm 116. To enter you must come by Rm 116 after school today or Tuesday. Two people per team and the cost is only a dollar per person. A cash prize is awarded to the winning team. Questions? See Mr. Bernhard. *Play video!

    Tickets for Prom are on sale today after school in Room 236. Tickets are $75 per person and will be on sale after school through Monday, May 23. Tickets will NOT be sold at lunch or during the school day. If you are bringing a non-O'Connell guest, you may pick up a guest form before you purchase tickets. All completed guest forms must be returned to Mr. Britt by Monday, May 23. Get your tickets for this amazing night early to avoid the rush!

    Tryouts for the 2016-2017 Cheerleading Team are next week! Join us Monday, May 23 to Wednesday, May 25 for clinics and tryouts. Please check out our website, www.bishopoconnell.org/cheerleading for more detailed information, or come and see Ms. Moynihan in Room 123. Go knights!

    The Cookies and Coloring Club is holding their first annual meeting on Tuesday May 24th at 3:15 in room 301. There will be, you guessed it, cookies and coloring! See Ms. Liz in the Center Office for more information.

    It is the trip you have always dreamed of... Join a group of 2017 Seniors during spring break next year to "La Bellezza Eterna, The Eternal Beauty" in an epic journey in search of the timeless beauty of Italy led by Fr. Benetti with a special guest appearance by Pope Francis! Spots are limited. Contact Father Benetti for more details.

    Seniors please return your library books and pay your late fees BEFORE exams begin on May 23 (which is three more school days from now), You will NOT be able to take your final exams until you do. Stay tuned for this video!

    Seniors: Field Day will be held immediately after the mandatory graduation practice/picnic on May 31. Sign-up sheets will be made available during Knight Time this week. We'll have 32 squads of 8 seniors each.


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    "This is a wonderful time to be in education, and I am honored to represent Catholic educators everywhere by joining this influential organization and this incredible cohort of educators."

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  • 05/20/16--12:15: New Field Hockey Coach Named
  • Coach Zeeck

    Bishop O'Connell has named Eighmey Zeeck the head coach of the field hockey program. Coach Zeeck hails from Colorado. She attended Randolph-Macon Woman's College (now Randolph College) where she was a four-year starter for the WildCats field hockey team as a left mid. Eighmey earned her Master of Public Health degree from George Washington University.

    Zeeck began coaching while an undergraduate where she was an assistant girls lacrosse coach at Virginia Episcopal for two seasons. She has also been a volunteer lacrosse coach for a local U7 program. She is the current head girls lacrosse coach at JEB Stuart High School and is excited to get involved with field hockey again. In her free time she plays pick up games with the Washington Field Hockey Association.

    "We are excited to welcome Coach Zeeck to our school's coaching team," said Athletic Director Joe Wootten. "Her approach to coaching young athletes fits perfectly with the high standards and process-oriented approach that our Play Like a Champion program emphasizes.

    There will be a meet and greet/informational meeting on Wednesday, June 1 at 5 p.m. in the school library for all interested students (including incoming 9th graders) and their parents.

    If you have any questions, please contact Coach Wootten at jwootten@bishopoconnell.org.


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    The class of 2016 gathered on the occasion of the Solemnity of the Holy Trinity to celebrate their Baccalaureate Mass.

    Read Father Thompson's Baccalaureate Mass homily on the Campus Ministry's Knights of Faith blog.

    Following Mass, the soon-to-be-graduates and their parents gathered at the Waterford in Springfield to enjoy a celebratory breakfast as a group. Bishop O'Connell alumnus, Dr. H. Joel Schmidt '76 was the guest speaker at the breakfast. Dr. Schmidt spent most of his medical career in the Army where he remained for 26 years with assignments that included serving as a general pediatrician, a member of the Army surgeon general's staff, and culminating as the chief of pediatric pulmonology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and director of the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Center at Bethesda Naval Medical Center. Dr. Schmidt retired from the Army as a Colonel in 2006 to join the Division of Pulmonary Medicine at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU (CHoR). He is now the CF Care Center's Pediatric Program Director and is on the Board of Directors of the Virginia Chapter of the CF Foundation. He is also the father of three O'Connell alumni.

    View photos from the Mass and breakfast below (or CLICK HERE to view.)





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  • 05/24/16--11:24: Lady Knights Reign Supreme
  • O'Connell softball caps off season with WCAC and state titles.

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  • 05/26/16--05:53: May 26, 2016
  • There will be a mandatory Global Studies wrap- up meeting /party next Wednesday, June 1 directly after school in the library. We will have a great discussion, and fun wrap-up party to celebrate your accomplishments this year. Please let Ms. Webb know if you are unable to attend.

    The National English Honor Society thanks all who donated children's books for the Inner-City-Inner Child organization. Yesterday, the officers delivered over 200 picture books to the directors of the organization who were very grateful for our generous donation. The books will be delivered to economically challenged communities in Washington DC and to inner city libraries, some of which have no children's books at all on their shelves.The NEHS looks forward to making this book drive an annual event!

    Join Father Thompson for a weekend filled with faith and fun at the Franciscan University of Stuebenville Youth Conference on July 15th. Great music, great speakers, and of course, a special encounter with the Lord.

    It is the trip you have always dreamed of... Join a group of 2017 Seniors during spring break next year to "La Bellezza Eterna, The Eternal Beauty" in an epic journey in search of the timeless beauty of Italy led by Fr. Benetti with a special guest appearance by Pope Francis! Spots are limited. Contact Father Benetti for more details.

    Open Gym for Volleyball has been cancelled for Friday, May 27th. The next Open Gym will be Friday, June 3rd 3pm - 5pm.

    As you clean out your lockers, please place any usable books, notebooks, binders, pens, pencils, backpacks, pencil cases, locker shelves, etc.... that you do not want or need in the marked boxes in the hallways or give to your Advisory teacher for Medical Missionaries and Interact Club to recycle to 2 schools in Haiti, a school in Southwest VA, and here in the area If there is paper in the marble notebooks, volunteers will tear those out and place labels over any names before passing on to needy students.

    Any student who signed up to usher at graduation, there will be a 10 minute meeting TODAY after school in the activities office. All those who plan to usher must attend.



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  • 05/31/16--10:41: May 31, 2016
  • Join Father Thompson for a weekend filled with faith and fun at the Franciscan University of Stuebenville Youth Conference on July 15th. Great music, great speakers, and of course, a special encounter with the Lord. Contact him if you'd like to sign up!

    It is the trip you have always dreamed of... Join a group of 2017 Seniors during spring break next year to "La Bellezza Eterna, The Eternal Beauty" in an epic journey in search of the timeless beauty of Italy led by Fr. Benetti with a special guest appearance by Pope Francis! Spots are limited. Contact Father Benetti for more details.

    As you clean out your lockers, please place any usable books, notebooks, binders, pens, pencils, backpacks, pencil cases, locker shelves, etc.... that you do not want or need in the marked boxes in the hallways or give to your Advisory teacher for Medical Missionaries and Interact Club to recycle to 2 schools in Haiti, a school in Southwest A, and here in the area. If there is paper in the marble notebooks, volunteers will tear those out and place labels over any names before passing on to needy students.

    There will be a meeting for all students taking AP Chemistry next year on Wednesday, June 1st. The meeting will be held after school in room 231. If you are unable to attend, please see Mr. Mahoney before the end of the school year.

    On Wednesday, June 1 the French Club will hold its final meeting of the school year. Stop by to nominate someone for the executive board, run for an office, vote for an office, or simply to tell your peers "ah bee-anh-TOH!" The meeting will take place Wednesday at 3:00 in Room 317.

    There will be the final Alzheimer's Awareness Club meeting on Friday June 3rd in Room 122. We will be having an end of year party and discussing plans for next year. Meeting will run from 11:45-12:05. You are more than welcome to bring food to share

    There will be a mandatory Global Studies wrap- up meeting /party tomorrow Wednesday, June 1st directly after school in the library. We will have a great discussion, and fun wrap-up party to celebrate your accomplishments this year. Please let Ms. Webb know if you are unable to attend.

    The cookies and coloring club will have its final meeting of the year today, after school at 3:15, in room 301. Coloring pages, supplies, and cookies will be provided. Please contact Vanessa Nkurunziza or Caitlin Mea if you have any questions. "


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  • 06/03/16--08:05: 2016 Summer Reading List
  • The 2016 Summer Reading List is now posted.

    CLICK HERE for more information.


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    The online reservation system is now available for scheduling times for dropping off books (June 10-11). One week before the July 16 Used Book and Uniform Sale, the system will be open for scheduling times for shopping that event.

    In addition, the list of discontinued books for 2016-2017 has been posted.

    Visit the PTO's Used Book and Uniform Sale page of the school's website at www.bishopoconnell.org/ubs for complete details.

    Questions? Please contact usedbooksale@bishopoconnell.org.


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    Bishop O'Connell High School held its 56th commencement exercise at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, June 2. Rev. Gregory Thompson, presented diplomas to the 261 members of the class of 2016.

    Included in that number were 30 legacies, that is, graduates with a parent who is an O'Connell alum. There were also 15 graduates who received a certificate along with their diploma to indicate the equivalent of a ninth semester of study as part of the Global Studies program.

    Head of School Joseph E. Vorbach III, a 1983 graduate himself, welcomed the students, families and honored guest to this celebration. He asked the soon-to-be graduates to not rush their mind through this day: "Absorb the details--the depth of the love expressed in the hugs of loved ones, the words of pride expressed by your parents and others who have helped you grow, the admiration of the faculty for your accomplishments, the moment you receive your diploma, the time with classmates outside the Shrine when we conclude."

    Marissa Luna, the class salutatorian, compared the past four years to a fairy tale that brought 261 different stories together into one O'Connell family. She reflected on the elements of their story: raising $500,000 to help find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis, a pilgrimage to see Pope Francis in Philadelphia, a Kairos retreat and much more. In the end, she shared a quote from Albert Einstein: "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow." Marissa is headed to Stanford University in the fall.

    Alexandra Rodriguez, the class valedictorian opened her address with a quote from Maya Angelou: "People will forget what you said. People will forget what you did. But people will never forget how you made them feel."

    "Maya Angelou was right in saying that feelings are unforgettable," Alexandra, who is also heading to Stanford University, added. "Although we may not remember every word, act, or encounter from our time here at O'Connell, we will always maintain the impression our education, teachers, friends, families and faith have left on us during our time in high school."

    Sister Bernadette McManigal, B.V.M., superintendent of school for the Diocese of Arlington, provided the commencement address. She reminded the soon-to-be graduates that today is a special day for their parents and teachers to celebrate what has been accomplished and what comes next. She gave the class of 2016 their last high school assignment, asking them three questions to ponder: What did you do well? Where did you struggle? What do you remember?

    God Bless the Class of 2016!


    READ MORE...

    Honors and awards for the class of 2016

    Colleges and universities where the class of 2016 is enrolling this fall

    Graduation coverage in the Arlington Sun Gazette

    Diego Garcia '16 highlighted in the Arlington Catholic Herald

    Photos from the Baccalaureate Mass and Breakfast



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  • 06/22/16--07:49: Julia Bailey
  • College Choice - United States Naval Academy

    Field of Study - Engineering

    Goals - Learn how to fly helicopters, visit every continent, and run a marathon.

    Favorite Classes/Teachers - AP Chemistry with Mr. Mahoney

    Involvement at O'Connell:
    Rowing Team
    FIAT Club (Women's spiritual and social organization)


    Christian Service - Volunteering at Jill's House, coaching with Capital Adaptive Rowing, volunteering at the BAYADA Regatta, helping with the Salvation Army toy distribution.


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    2016 Valedictorian wins 2nd place in national oration contest.

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    The school year is almost here! This week we were happy to welcome the following new classroom teachers to Bishop O'Connell High School:

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    Margaret Carroll
    Religion
    Ms. Carroll comes to O'Connell with a degree from Mount St. Mary's University in Theology, with an emphasis on youth ministry. She is a graduate of Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax, and has missionary, camp counseling and youth ministry experience.

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    Allison Espisito
    Expanded Services
    Ms. Espisito is a former peer mentor in the Options Program at Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax. She holds a master's degree in special education from George Mason University and has teaching experience in the Fairfax County public school system. "My main goal is to support my students in all areas to allow them to become successful adults with bright futures once they graduate high school."


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    John Gennaro
    Math
    Mr. Gennaro brings his background in medical research scientist and technical manager to the math classroom. He holds an M.S. in medical biophysics and computing from the University of Utah College of Medicine.

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    Laura Juarez
    Spanish
    Mrs. Juarez is a bilingual English/Spanish speaker with a degree in industrial engineering from Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico and a foreign language teaching certificate from the University of Virginia. She has been teaching Spanish at St. Joseph in Herndon for more than ten years, and is also active in local and international service programs.


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    Jennifer Kirschbaum
    French
    Mrs. Kirschbaum studied French and English at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and holds a master's degree from Indiana University. Previously working in international technical writing and communications, she has recently completed a career switching program and has been serving as a French classroom substitute in the Arlington County public school system.


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    Kathleen McDermott
    English
    Mrs. McDermott is a recent graduate of the University of Mary Washington with a degree in English and a minor in German. She has taught in Stafford County English classes and substituted in Loudoun County Public Schools. She also served as a public speaking coach and musical choreographer at Potomac Falls High School and a youth group volunteer at Our Lady of Hope in Potomac Falls, Va.


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    Christine McGowan
    Science
    Mrs. McGowan holds a B.S. in biology with a minor in chemistry from Thomas Edison State College in Trenton, N.J. She previously served as the science department head for a new prep school in North Carolina, where she taught biology, astronomy and physical science, and facilitated the credit recovery program for at-risk students. Ms. McGowan is also the head coach for the Knights rowing team.


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    James Shirey '07
    Social Studies
    Mr. Shirey returns to his alma mater to teach social studies. Mr. Shirey is also a talent musician who holds a B.A. in government from Harvard University. He has experience as a classroom teacher across several disciplines, including social studies and music.


    Silm photoGreg Silm
    Math
    Mr. Silm has been teaching high school math in Ohio and Arizona. A graduate of Hillsdale College in Michigan, he holds a degree in mathematics with a minor in physical education. Mr. Silm is pitching in outside the classroom, serving as an assistant coach for the Knights football program.


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    Colleen Swaim
    English
    Mrs. Swaim is a recent transplant to the Washington area. For the past 11 years she has been teaching English, theology and speech in Catholic high schools in Kentucky. She also served as a member of the Covington Diocesan Youth Commission, planning and implementing youth ministry events and education. She has published several books for teens, including Your College Faith: Own It and Ablaze: Stories of Daring Teen Saints. Mrs. Swaim holds a B.A. in English from Catholic University and an M.Ed. from Xavier University.


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    Dr. Kenneth Tuite
    Latin/Social Studies
    Dr. Tuite is a former adjunct faculty member in the classics department at the University of Maryland, College Park. He holds a B.A. in history from the University of California at Berkeley, an M.A. in ancient history from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and a Ph.D. in classics from the University of Texas at Austin.


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    John Whittaker
    Social Studies
    Mr. Whittaker holds a B.A. in political science and an M.A. in theology from the University of Notre Dame. For the past two years he has been teaching and mentoring at a Catholic high school and an alternative high school for at-risk students in South Bend, Ind. Mr. Whittaker has a passion for Catholic education and the formation of the hearts and minds of young people, and has enriched his background with academic travel to Rome, India and Israel.


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    Mother Teresa Plaque

    Pope Francis will declare Blessed Teresa of Calcutta a saint at the Vatican on Sunday, Sep. 4.

    Did you know?

    On June 1, 1982, just before the end of the school year, Bishop O'Connell High School hosted a very special guest speaker. Mother Teresa of Calcutta, on a trip to Washington, D.C. to address Congress, stopped by our school to speak to our young people.

    Those in attendance remembered that she did not talk about honors received or about her work as founder of a religious order. She talked about Jesus and how He became poor for our sake and how serving the poor allows us to serve Him. She explained that through prayer and service to others, we too will have the joy of loving Jesus.

    Father Mark Pilon--who was the school's chaplain at the time-- shared some photos with the school, and a commemorative plaque is now displayed near the main entrance of the school. The photo and plaque remind all who enter about this historic day in the life of Bishop O'Connell.

    The photo shows Father Pilon and the Most Reverend Thomas J. Welsh (Bishop of Arlington at the time) on stage with Mother Teresa and one of her fellow Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity.

    The plaque reads:

    Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, addressing the students of Bishop O'Connell High School, June 1, 1982:

    "Now you have received this wonderful education. Now you are standing more or less on your feet and you have to face life. Face it with the strength of prayer."

    "My prayer for you then: Let us grow in the likeness of Christ by loving one another as Jesus love us."

    Bishop O'Connell's current Head of School, Dr. Joseph Vorbach, was a member of the class of 1983. "Most of all I remember how quiet the auditorium was as this small woman took the stage," he said. "It was as if we all knew we were in the presence of someone extraordinary."

    P.E. teacher Jim Hayes recalls the question and answer period at the end of her presentation:

    "How do you become holy?" a student asked.

    Mother Teresa responded, "How do you get a sunburn?"

    Another student asked, "How do we become like you?"

    "Find your own Calcutta," she replied.

    Pictured above: Dr. Vorbach and religion teacher Patrice Connolly hang the plaque at Bishop O'Connell. Both were at the assembly in 1982.


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  • 09/07/16--07:57: Welcome Class of 2020
  • Photos from the first days for the Class of 2020 are now posted!

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  • 05/24/16--11:24: Lady Knights Reign Supreme
  • O'Connell softball caps off season with WCAC and state titles.

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    What a difference a year makes.

    A year ago at this time, the Varsity Volleyball Team owned a 0-3 record – and were struggling in all aspects of the game. Coach Mehdi El Alaoui demonstrated tremendous resolve, recognizing that his team was much better than the early returns suggested. Despite their inexperience, he knew better days were ahead. He believed, both in himself and his players. He knew it was only a matter of time, and all would be fine.

    His patience paid off as the Knights finished strong – posting an 18-14 mark overall and advancing to the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Championship Tournament semi-finals and the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association State Tournament quarter-finals. All in all, a very nice season.

    Twelve months later, the Volleyball Team is sitting atop the WCAC standings with an unblemished 3-0 record – having knocked off perennial powers Holy Cross (3-1) and Good Counsel (3-0) en route to an impressive 4-0 start to the 2016 campaign. By WCAC standards, a couple kingpins.

    Suddenly (and to my knowledge, the first time ever), the Volleyball Team is ranked in The Washington Post Top 10 voting – 10th in last week's poll. The 2016 edition is also attracting national attention, with MaxPreps, AVCA and Prep Volleyball all inquiring about the Knights' success early on.

    And, rightfully so!

    A concern a year ago, experience and versatility are now staples of the program. With nine returning players, the Knights have a better understanding of Coach El Alaoui's expectations and what he is looking for. Since most of this contingent has played together three years now, team chemistry is also a plus. That familiarity means his team can run different systems and make in-game adjustments that few others do at the scholastic level. His players can play multiple positions, that versatility giving the Knights a tremendous advantage come game time.

    Passing is the key. They pass well, they execute. They execute, they are going to be tough to beat.

    The talent-laden team is led by a pair of senior stalwarts across the frontline, Maxine Friedman (pictured top) and Sarah Lawler (pictured right).

    Friedman is an absolute stud. Her instincts for and knowledge of the game are beyond compare, despite transitioning into a new position and a new role this fall. The transition has not been easy, but she is still making the most of it. Formerly a setter, the outside hitter has more responsibilities – most especially passing and attacking when someone sets the ball to her. Through four games, "Max" has been awesome – registering 68 kills and 18 aces. She is on the Under Armour 2016 High School Watch List, which highlights the country's top senior volleyball players. Love her game!

    Lawler is relatively new to the game, having been a gymnast before her arrival at O'Connell. Her first time touching a volleyball was at Coach El Alaoui's summer camp as an incoming freshman at DJO. She has since blossomed into one of the WCAC's top players, complementing Friedman on the frontline with her assertive kills and touch passing skills. Her off-season devotion to the sport has seen her game improve each and every year. So much so that Sarah has 52 kills with a .432 hitting percentage and 14 aces to date. Like Friedman, she's a big-time talent at the scholastic level.

    Katie Boehm and Lucie Drahozal (pictured left) have evolved into the squad's defensive specialists. The "digging duo" are very consistent performers who provide a great deal of leadership both on and off the court not to mention possessing tremendous knowledge of their sport. Their support is immense, especially for newcomers to the program.

    Sophomore Kelley Moriarty has emerged as the team's top setter, an all-important position in Coach El Alaoui's game planning game-to-game. She is a very strong setter capable of setting up her teammates from anywhere on the court. Kelley is a much-improved player from a year ago and has developed into one of the Knights' key performers, especially if the DJO girls are to fulfill their goals this fall.

    Ingrid Bayer, Alexia McCants and Nora Stechshulte are also playing big roles at the net and contributing with their blocks – truly contributing to a formidable frontline for the Knights.

    Top 10 status is just the beginning for the O'Connell volleyball program under the guidance of Coach El Alaoui. He and his girls want more, namely to still be playing when championships are on the line in the WCACs and the VISAAs come November. Participating in those title game matchups is the goal, winning 'em the dream. Those triumphs over Holy Cross and Good Counsel have only strengthened that resolve. The journey is just now beginning, but it looks so very, very promising. Enjoy the ride! Looks like it could be a good one!

    This is Tommy Orndorff, and that was The Week That Was.


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  • 09/15/16--10:36: Back to School Night TONIGHT
  • Don't forget tonight is Back to School Night at Bishop O'Connell.

    The program begins at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.

    We look forward to welcoming our parents at Back to School Night tonight. The program begins at 7 p.m. in the auditorium with a brief presentation. Parents will then follow their son's or daughter's personal schedule. Classes will be eight minutes in length with an opportunity for PTO and other information during "Knight Time." Please take this opportunity to get acquainted with the Bishop O'Connell faculty and each teacher's classroom procedures. The last class will end at 9:46 p.m.

    Parents may access student schedules using their online access to PowerSchool or MyDJO, or they may pick up a paper schedule outside the auditorium at the beginning of the evening.

    PARKING REMINDER - Please allow a little extra time when planning your arrival tonight. It's a busy evening and the parking lots can fill up quickly. If you must park on neighborhood streets, please make sure to be courteous to our neighbors and pay special attention to keep all driveways clear.

    DELAYED OPENING ON FRIDAY - Families are reminded that O'Connell will open two hours latetomorrow. The first bell will ring at 9:40 a.m.

    View detailed schedule HERE.


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