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    Graduation Ceremony

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    Final Exams: Algebra 2/2H and Chemistry


    Morning Exams from 8 AM to 10:15 AM 
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    Algebra 2Flevares2226
    Algebra 2Flevares9222
    Algebra 2Gaudio3206
    Algebra 2Gaudio4208
    Algebra 2 HonorsFlevares6220
     
    Afternoon Exams 12:00PM to 2:15PM
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    ChemistryDavis2226
    ChemistryDavis4222
    ChemistryDavis6220
    ChemistryEsler5210
    ChemistryEsler8203
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    Final Exams: Social Studies 8, Earth Science and Religion 8, Geometry/ Geometry H

    Morning Exams 8:00 AM to 10:15 AM 
    6th Grade MathBaschnagel 1, 7, 8314, 312, 310
    Social Studies 8 Lombardi 1315
    Social Studies 8 Lombardi 3320
    Social Studies 8 Lombardi 4322
    Social Studies 8 Lombardi 7324
    Social Studies 8 Lombardi 8317
    Earth ScienceFlood1206
    Earth ScienceFlood3208
    Earth ScienceFlood7210
    Earth ScienceHuber2222
    Earth ScienceHuber8220
     
    Afternoon Exams 12:00 PM to 2:15 PM
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    6th Grade Earth ScienceBaschnagel 2, 6, 7314, 312, 310
    Religion 8 Daniels3311
    Religion 8 Daniels4313
    Religion 8 Daniels5316
    Religion 8 Daniels8318
    Religion 8 Rutan5315
    GeometryFuller1222
    GeometryFuller8220
    GeometryGaudio7226
    Geometry HFlevares5213

    New Parent Meeting

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    Final Exams: Religion 7, Algebra 1 and Social Studies 7, Living Environment

    Moring Exams 8:00 AM to 10:15 AM 
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    6th Grade Social Studies Sadler1, 6, 7314, 312, 310
    Religion 7 Rutan1311
    Religion 7 Rutan3313
    Religion 7 Rutan7316
    Religion 7 Rutan8318
    Algebra 1Gaudio1206
    Algebra 1Gaudio6208
    Algebra 1Gaudio8210
    Algebra 1Wilkinson2320
    Algebra 1Wilkinson3322

    Afternoon Exams 12:00 PM to 2:15 PM 
    6th Grade ReligionSadler2, 7, 8314, 312,310
    Social Studies 7 Tarana1311
    Social Studies 7 Tarana3313
    Social Studies 7 Tarana4316
    Social Studies 7 Tarana8318
    Living Environment O'Brien8315
    Living Environment Gionta8320
    Living Environment Richards2226
    Living Environment Richards3217
    Living Environment Richards6213
    Living Environment Richards8222
     
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    Final Exams: Life Science 7/ Accelerated Science 7, ELA 8, French/Spanish 3 and Math 7/7 Accelerated, Spanish 1/1B/2, French1/1B/2

    Morning Exams 8:00 AM to 10:15 PM
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    6th Grade ELAClark1,3,4314, 312, 310
    Life Science 7 O'Brien1311
    Life Science 7 O'Brien7313
    Life Science 7 Huber4316
    Science 7 AcceleratedO'Brien4318
    Science 7 AcceleratedO'Brien2315
    English 8 Martin1320
    English 8 Hadcock1322
    English 8 Hadcock3317
    English 8 Hadcock7324
    English 8 Hadcock5321
    Spanish 3 Epstein1206
    Spanish 3 Christanis4203
    Spanish 3 Christanis8208
    Spanish 3 Christanis9210
    French 3Rybak9222
     
    Afternoon Exams: 12:00 PM to 2:15 PM (* exams end at 1:45PM)
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    Math 7 King1311
    Math 7 King2313
    Math 7 King8316
    Math 7 AcceleratedKing3318
    Math 7 AcceleratedKing6315
    Spanish 1B*Gomez7320
    Spanish 1B *Gomez5322
    Spanish 1B*Gomez1324
    Spanish 1B* and Spanish 1*Epstein5321
    French 1B* and French 1*Rybak2206
    French 1B*Rybak3208
    Spanish 2*Christanis1226
    Spanish 2*Epstein3220
    Spanish 2*Epstein6222
    Spanish 2*Epstein8213
    French 2*Rybak1217
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    Final Exams: ELA 7, Sacramental Living, and French7, Spanish 7, ELA 11

    Moring Exams 8:00 Am to 10:15 AM 
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    ELA 7Martin6311
    ELA 7Martin2313
    ELA 7Martin4316
    ELA 7Martin8318
    Sacramental LivingMesue1220
    Sacramental LivingMesue3222
    Sacramental LivingMesue4226
    Sacramental LivingMesue6213
    Sacramental LivingMesue8217
     
    Afternoon Exams: 12:00 PM to 2:15 PM (* exams end at 1:45) 
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    French 7*Rybak6A311
    Spanish 7*Gomez3A313
    Spanish 7*Gomez3B316
    Spanish 7*Gomez6A318
    Spanish 7*Gomez6B315
    ELA 11Stevens1104
    ELA 11Stevens3106
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    Final Exams: Physical Setting 8, Theology 9 and Math 8, English 9/9H

    Morning Exams 8:00 AM to 10:15 AM
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    Physical Setting 8 Ippolito2311
    Physical Setting 8 Ippolito3313
    Physical Setting 8 Ippolito5316
    Physical Setting 8 Ippolito7318
    Physical Setting 8 Ippolito8315
    Theology 9Korzelius2324
    Theology 9Korzelius3322
    Theology 9Korzelius5320
    Theology 9Korzelius8317
    Theology 9Korzelius9321

    Afernoon Exams 12:00 PM to 2:15 PM
    Math 8Wilkinson1318
    Math 8Wilkinson7316
    Math 8Wilkinson8313
    English 9Magar4206
    English 9Magar6208
    English 9Magar7210
     
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    Final Exams: Sacred Scripture, USH&G and Global II

    Morning Exams 8:00 AM to 10:15 AM
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    Sacred ScripturePhillips3217
    Sacred ScripturePhillips5226
    Sacred ScripturePhillips6213
    Sacred ScripturePhillips7222
    Sacred ScripturePhillips9220
    USH&GPage1206
    USH&GPage7208
    USH&GTarana9210

    Afternoon Exams 12:00 PM to 2:15 PM
    CourseTeacherPeriodExam Room
    Global History IICondello2220
    Global History IICondello9222
    Global History IIPatterson3226
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    Board of Trustees Meeting

    Theatre Summer Program - Auditions (1st & 2nd Grades)

    Aladdin Jr for students currently enrolled in grades 1-5 in Diocese of Rochester schools only or students who have already registered for Aquinas.
     
    Cost: $300
     
    Audition Dates & Times: 
    June 17th, 4:30-6:00 p.m. (current 1st & 2nd grade students)
    June 18th, 4:30-6:30 p.m. (current 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade students) 
     
    Camp Dates & Times:
    Aug. 5-9, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Aug. 12-16, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
     
    Dress Rehearsal: Aug. 16th, 5:30-8:00 p.m.
    Performances: Aug. 17th at 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
     
    About the Program:
    Join us at Aquinas Institute to take the story of Aladdin to the stage! Students will transform into beloved characters such as Aladdin, Jasmine, Jafar, and of course, the Genie! At auditions, students will learn part of a song and dance as well as practice acting out a scene from the show. Shortly after, they will receive the roles they will play in the production and their scripts, so that when we start rehearsing in August, they will be ready to jump right in! Rehearsals will consist of learning songs, dances, and putting it all together on stage. Students will also participate in creating some crafts for the show. 
     
     
    About the Director:
    Brynna Dinsmore is excited to be back at Aquinas this summer directing Aladdin Jr! As the music teacher for St. Lawrence and Saint Kateri schools, she has directed many musical productions with students in grades K-5. Mrs. Dinsmore has a passion for musical theater and has done everything from choreographing and vocal directing, to participating herself. She loves to see her students gain confidence and new skills by participating in musical theater and can’t wait to see the cast shine this summer in Aladdin Jr!
     
    Questions should be directed to Camp Director, Brynna Dinsmore, at Brynna.Dinsmore@dor.org.
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    Theatre Summer Program - Auditions (3rd, 4th, 5th Grades)

    Aladdin Jr for students currently enrolled in grades 1-5 in Diocese of Rochester schools only or students who have already registered for Aquinas.
     
    Cost: $300
     
    Audition Dates & Times: 
    June 17th, 4:30-6:00 p.m. (current 1st & 2nd grade students)
    June 18th, 4:30-6:30 p.m. (current 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade students) 
     
    Camp Dates & Times:
    Aug. 5-9, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Aug. 12-16, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
     
    Dress Rehearsal: Aug. 16th, 5:30-8:00 p.m.
    Performances: Aug. 17th at 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
     
    About the Program:
    Join us at Aquinas Institute to take the story of Aladdin to the stage! Students will transform into beloved characters such as Aladdin, Jasmine, Jafar, and of course, the Genie! At auditions, students will learn part of a song and dance as well as practice acting out a scene from the show. Shortly after, they will receive the roles they will play in the production and their scripts, so that when we start rehearsing in August, they will be ready to jump right in! Rehearsals will consist of learning songs, dances, and putting it all together on stage. Students will also participate in creating some crafts for the show. 
     
     
    About the Director:
    Brynna Dinsmore is excited to be back at Aquinas this summer directing Aladdin Jr! As the music teacher for St. Lawrence and Saint Kateri schools, she has directed many musical productions with students in grades K-5. Mrs. Dinsmore has a passion for musical theater and has done everything from choreographing and vocal directing, to participating herself. She loves to see her students gain confidence and new skills by participating in musical theater and can’t wait to see the cast shine this summer in Aladdin Jr!
     
    Questions should be directed to Camp Director, Brynna Dinsmore, at Brynna.Dinsmore@dor.org.
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    Baseball Camp (Grades 1-3)

    When: June 26-28, 9:00-11:30 a.m. (Grades 1-3) & 12:00-2:30 p.m. (Grades 4-8)
    Where: Aquinas Varsity Baseball Field
    Who: Boys and girls, grades 1-8
    Cost: $90
    Players of all ability levels will be challenged with specific skill instruction and drill work throughout our camps. Drill progressions will be focused on developing good habits while improving overall baseball skills. Each camp will cover the skills of pitching, hitting, catching, fielding, and base running. The following items are required: sneakers, baseball cleats, glove, baseball hat, water bottle, protective cup. Players are not required but are strongly encouraged to bring their own bat, helmet, and catcher’s equipment (if appropriate).
    Coaching Staff
    Ray Manioci – Camp Director
    Ray Manioci has been the Varsity Head Coach for 7 years, and has worked in the program for 11 years. He is a member of the 2016 Section V Championship team and has extensive experience developing players at all age levels.
    Staff Assistants: Current coaches, players, and alumni will be on hand to assist throughout the camp.
    Camp Outlook
    Offense
    Approach, swing mechanics, bunting, situational hitting
     
    Defense
    Position specific drills, mental approach
     
    Pitching
    Mechanics, pick off moves, arm care/strengthening
     
    Catching
    Mechanics, blocking, throwing
     
    Base Running
    Proper leads, situational running; advancing, filling in; stealing
     
    Assorted Skills & Drills
    Showcase style workouts, various games, guest speakers/instructors
    Questions should be directed to Aquinas Varsity Baseball Coach & Camp Director, Ray Manioci ’08, at rmanioci@aquinasinstitute.com.

    Boys Lacrosse Camp

    When: June 24-27, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Where: Wegman Stadium at Aquinas
    Who: Boys in grades 3-8
    Cost: $125

    Questions should be directed to Aquinas Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coach & Camp Director, Terry Corcoran, at tcorcor22@gmail.com.

    Baseball Camp (Grades 4-8)

    When: June 26-28, 9:00-11:30 a.m. (Grades 1-3) & 12:00-2:30 p.m. (Grades 4-8)
    Where: Aquinas Varsity Baseball Field
    Who: Boys and girls, grades 1-8
    Cost: $90
    Players of all ability levels will be challenged with specific skill instruction and drill work throughout our camps. Drill progressions will be focused on developing good habits while improving overall baseball skills. Each camp will cover the skills of pitching, hitting, catching, fielding, and base running. The following items are required: sneakers, baseball cleats, glove, baseball hat, water bottle, protective cup. Players are not required but are strongly encouraged to bring their own bat, helmet, and catcher’s equipment (if appropriate).
    Coaching Staff
    Ray Manioci – Camp Director
    Ray Manioci has been the Varsity Head Coach for 7 years, and has worked in the program for 11 years. He is a member of the 2016 Section V Championship team and has extensive experience developing players at all age levels.
    Staff Assistants: Current coaches, players, and alumni will be on hand to assist throughout the camp.
    Camp Outlook
    Offense
    Approach, swing mechanics, bunting, situational hitting
     
    Defense
    Position specific drills, mental approach
     
    Pitching
    Mechanics, pick off moves, arm care/strengthening
     
    Catching
    Mechanics, blocking, throwing
     
    Base Running
    Proper leads, situational running; advancing, filling in; stealing
     
    Assorted Skills & Drills
    Showcase style workouts, various games, guest speakers/instructors
    Questions should be directed to Aquinas Varsity Baseball Coach & Camp Director, Ray Manioci ’08, at rmanioci@aquinasinstitute.com.
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    Baseball Camp (Grades 1-3)

    When: June 26-28, 9:00-11:30 a.m. (Grades 1-3) & 12:00-2:30 p.m. (Grades 4-8)
    Where: Aquinas Varsity Baseball Field
    Who: Boys and girls, grades 1-8
    Cost: $90
    Players of all ability levels will be challenged with specific skill instruction and drill work throughout our camps. Drill progressions will be focused on developing good habits while improving overall baseball skills. Each camp will cover the skills of pitching, hitting, catching, fielding, and base running. The following items are required: sneakers, baseball cleats, glove, baseball hat, water bottle, protective cup. Players are not required but are strongly encouraged to bring their own bat, helmet, and catcher’s equipment (if appropriate).
    Coaching Staff
    Ray Manioci – Camp Director
    Ray Manioci has been the Varsity Head Coach for 7 years, and has worked in the program for 11 years. He is a member of the 2016 Section V Championship team and has extensive experience developing players at all age levels.
    Staff Assistants: Current coaches, players, and alumni will be on hand to assist throughout the camp.
    Camp Outlook
    Offense
    Approach, swing mechanics, bunting, situational hitting
     
    Defense
    Position specific drills, mental approach
     
    Pitching
    Mechanics, pick off moves, arm care/strengthening
     
    Catching
    Mechanics, blocking, throwing
     
    Base Running
    Proper leads, situational running; advancing, filling in; stealing
     
    Assorted Skills & Drills
    Showcase style workouts, various games, guest speakers/instructors
    Questions should be directed to Aquinas Varsity Baseball Coach & Camp Director, Ray Manioci ’08, at rmanioci@aquinasinstitute.com.

    Boys Lacrosse Camp

    When: June 24-27, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Where: Wegman Stadium at Aquinas
    Who: Boys in grades 3-8
    Cost: $125

    Questions should be directed to Aquinas Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coach & Camp Director, Terry Corcoran, at tcorcor22@gmail.com.

    Baseball Camp (Grades 4-8)

    When: June 26-28, 9:00-11:30 a.m. (Grades 1-3) & 12:00-2:30 p.m. (Grades 4-8)
    Where: Aquinas Varsity Baseball Field
    Who: Boys and girls, grades 1-8
    Cost: $90
    Players of all ability levels will be challenged with specific skill instruction and drill work throughout our camps. Drill progressions will be focused on developing good habits while improving overall baseball skills. Each camp will cover the skills of pitching, hitting, catching, fielding, and base running. The following items are required: sneakers, baseball cleats, glove, baseball hat, water bottle, protective cup. Players are not required but are strongly encouraged to bring their own bat, helmet, and catcher’s equipment (if appropriate).
    Coaching Staff
    Ray Manioci – Camp Director
    Ray Manioci has been the Varsity Head Coach for 7 years, and has worked in the program for 11 years. He is a member of the 2016 Section V Championship team and has extensive experience developing players at all age levels.
    Staff Assistants: Current coaches, players, and alumni will be on hand to assist throughout the camp.
    Camp Outlook
    Offense
    Approach, swing mechanics, bunting, situational hitting
     
    Defense
    Position specific drills, mental approach
     
    Pitching
    Mechanics, pick off moves, arm care/strengthening
     
    Catching
    Mechanics, blocking, throwing
     
    Base Running
    Proper leads, situational running; advancing, filling in; stealing
     
    Assorted Skills & Drills
    Showcase style workouts, various games, guest speakers/instructors
    Questions should be directed to Aquinas Varsity Baseball Coach & Camp Director, Ray Manioci ’08, at rmanioci@aquinasinstitute.com.
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    Baseball Camp (Grades 1-3)

    When: June 26-28, 9:00-11:30 a.m. (Grades 1-3) & 12:00-2:30 p.m. (Grades 4-8)
    Where: Aquinas Varsity Baseball Field
    Who: Boys and girls, grades 1-8
    Cost: $90
    Players of all ability levels will be challenged with specific skill instruction and drill work throughout our camps. Drill progressions will be focused on developing good habits while improving overall baseball skills. Each camp will cover the skills of pitching, hitting, catching, fielding, and base running. The following items are required: sneakers, baseball cleats, glove, baseball hat, water bottle, protective cup. Players are not required but are strongly encouraged to bring their own bat, helmet, and catcher’s equipment (if appropriate).
    Coaching Staff
    Ray Manioci – Camp Director
    Ray Manioci has been the Varsity Head Coach for 7 years, and has worked in the program for 11 years. He is a member of the 2016 Section V Championship team and has extensive experience developing players at all age levels.
    Staff Assistants: Current coaches, players, and alumni will be on hand to assist throughout the camp.
    Camp Outlook
    Offense
    Approach, swing mechanics, bunting, situational hitting
     
    Defense
    Position specific drills, mental approach
     
    Pitching
    Mechanics, pick off moves, arm care/strengthening
     
    Catching
    Mechanics, blocking, throwing
     
    Base Running
    Proper leads, situational running; advancing, filling in; stealing
     
    Assorted Skills & Drills
    Showcase style workouts, various games, guest speakers/instructors
    Questions should be directed to Aquinas Varsity Baseball Coach & Camp Director, Ray Manioci ’08, at rmanioci@aquinasinstitute.com.

    Boys Lacrosse Camp

    When: June 26-28, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Where: Wegman Stadium at Aquinas
    Who: Boys in grades 3-8
    Cost: $125

    Questions should be directed to Aquinas Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coach & Camp Director, Terry Corcoran, at tcorcor22@gmail.com.

    Baseball Camp (Grades 4-8)

    When: June 26-28, 9:00-11:30 a.m. (Grades 1-3) & 12:00-2:30 p.m. (Grades 4-8)
    Where: Aquinas Varsity Baseball Field
    Who: Boys and girls, grades 1-8
    Cost: $90
    Players of all ability levels will be challenged with specific skill instruction and drill work throughout our camps. Drill progressions will be focused on developing good habits while improving overall baseball skills. Each camp will cover the skills of pitching, hitting, catching, fielding, and base running. The following items are required: sneakers, baseball cleats, glove, baseball hat, water bottle, protective cup. Players are not required but are strongly encouraged to bring their own bat, helmet, and catcher’s equipment (if appropriate).
    Coaching Staff
    Ray Manioci – Camp Director
    Ray Manioci has been the Varsity Head Coach for 7 years, and has worked in the program for 11 years. He is a member of the 2016 Section V Championship team and has extensive experience developing players at all age levels.
    Staff Assistants: Current coaches, players, and alumni will be on hand to assist throughout the camp.
    Camp Outlook
    Offense
    Approach, swing mechanics, bunting, situational hitting
     
    Defense
    Position specific drills, mental approach
     
    Pitching
    Mechanics, pick off moves, arm care/strengthening
     
    Catching
    Mechanics, blocking, throwing
     
    Base Running
    Proper leads, situational running; advancing, filling in; stealing
     
    Assorted Skills & Drills
    Showcase style workouts, various games, guest speakers/instructors
    Questions should be directed to Aquinas Varsity Baseball Coach & Camp Director, Ray Manioci ’08, at rmanioci@aquinasinstitute.com.
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