Daily Bulletin

Attendance Email: attendance@omahamarian.org

Weekly Schedule

Daily Schedules

Lunch Menu

You can now deposit hot lunch money online through e-Funds for Schools. Please go to Marian’s e-Funds site here to set up an account and log in. You will be able to track meal transactions at PowerSchool Parent Portal > Balances.

Monday, Oct. 14: Beef and chicken taco salad bowls

Tuesday, Oct. 15: Chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks and green beans

Wednesday, Oct. 16: Half day – no lunch

Thursday, Oct. 17: Half day – no lunch

Friday, Oct. 18: No school

Daily Menu Items

Small or large salad with toppings bar
Chicken tender salad
Sandwiches – ham, turkey, peanut butter
Apples and caramel
Ice cream
Cookie sundae

General Information

White Christmas Tickets

Tickets for Marian’s fall musical, White Christmas, are now on sale! Advanced sales are highly recommended! Purchase tickets here

National Letters of Intent

Student-athletes who are signing National Letters of Intent for collegiate athletics on Nov. 13, please see Ms. Rohlfs or Mrs. Brusnahan to pick up an information sheet to fill out. The form is due back on Oct. 30. We will have a signing ceremony on Nov. 13 at 7:30 a.m. to recognize your commitment and accomplishments.


BURN Magazine

If you love photography, writing, poetry, or any other art form, listen up! BURN is Marian High School’s very own student-run literary magazine! We feature student art and writing in an amazing print-magazine culminating with an Art showcase at the end of each semester. Submissions for the fall edition are due October 17. Email your titled photographs and writing and art to burn@omahamarian.org for a chance of being featured in this semester’s magazine and be featured at the BURN Showcase!

Project Welcome

On Sept. 29, the Catholic Church celebrated the “World Day of Migrants and Refugees”. To mark this, Creighton Prep and Marian are working together again to sponsor a new refugee family (a family of 8 from Afghanistan) that is due to arrive in Omaha Oct. 25. The family consists of the parents, a 19-year-old son, 18-year-old twin daughters, a 15-year-old son, a 10-year-old daughter and a 5-year-old daughter.  Please consider donating household items for their apartment with the link here. Donations can be dropped off in Room 320 or at the front desk between now and Friday, Oct. 18.  Project Welcome student volunteers will help set up the family’s apartment the following week.  For questions, please contact Mrs. Salzman at ksalzman@omahamarian.org. As always, thanks for your generosity!

Student Services

College Visits:

The following colleges will have representatives in the Quad near the trophy cases during both lunches unless otherwise listed.

  • Oct. 22: Drake University, LIFT Academy, Regis University, Nebraska Christian College
  • Oct. 23: Grand Canyon University
  • Oct. 25: Denison University
  • Oct. 30: College of St. Mary


New Cassel Craft Market

New Cassel Retirement Center is looking for volunteers for its craft market on Saturday, Oct. 19 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. See the flier here. For more information, or to learn about other volunteer opportunities, please contact Megan Kahn at mkahn@newcassel.org of 402.390.5310.

Miss Omaha Outstanding Teen Competition

The Miss Omaha Outstanding Teen competition will take place on October 19th, 2019. Contestants will be judged in the areas of interview, talent, physical fitness, on-stage question, and evening wear. Scholarships are offered to the two winners and runner-up of our local competition. Additionally, the winners of our local competition will advance to the Miss Nebraska’s Outstanding Teen pageant in the spring of 2020. The winner of the Miss Nebraska Outstanding Teen competition will be awarded a full-ride scholarship to the University of Alabama plus thousands of dollars in additional scholarships. If you know of any outstanding teens between the ages of 13 and 17 years old, please encourage them to visit our website https://www.missomahamao.org/ or email omahadouglascountyot@gmail.com for additional information.

ACT Basic Review

These sessions will be held at Westside High School in Room 220. As in the past, these sessions provide student motivation, assist with relieving test anxiety, test-taking tips and test-taking strategies.  Their intent is not to teach subject content, but rather to help students feel more comfortable in a testing situation. See more information here.

  • ACT Basic Review – $30 – Oct. 24 & March 19 – 5:30-9:30 p.m.

UNL College of Architecture Open House

High school seniors and juniors, here’s your chance to discover design opportunities in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and planning through this interactive open house at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The event takes place October 25 and is $10. See more info here.

Voice Of Democracy Contest

The Voice of Democracy contest is open to students in grades 9-12. Record a 3-5 minute essay surrounding the theme “What Makes America Great”. Entries are due Oct. 31. See additional information here

Appelley Publishing Student Poetry Contest

Appelley Publishing is sponsoring a Student Poetry Contest with $4,000 in prize money available. Poems can be on any subject, but not more than 20 lines long. The Deadline is Nov. 7. For more information, visit www.appelley.org.  

Don’t forget that the Marian SLAM Poetry team is still accepting new members. They meet every Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Haddix Collaboration Room. See Grace Walsh or Olivia Traxler for more information.

National High School Oratorical Contest Program

The District Oratorical Contest will be held Saturday, Nov. 16 at 1 p.m.Click here for more information.

Opera Omaha Poetry and Music Project

Students in grades K-12 from Nebraska and Iowa are invited to submit works of poetry on themes of creativity, community, identity and youth. Selected poems will be set to music and premiered during a public concert on April 26, 2020. Submission deadline is November 30. See more info here.

Fleet Reserve Association Americanism Essay Contest

The FRA is holding an essay contest for students in grades seven through twelve. Entrants must be sponsored by a brach of the FRA or a unit of the Ladies Auxiliary, or by an FRA Member-at-Large. See all details here. Submissions are due Dec. 1.

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Inviting submissions in 29 art and writing categories from students nationwide in grades 7–12, ages 13 and up. See art info here and writing info here. Submissions open Sept. 18 and close Dec. 12 (writing) and 29 (art).

Cambridge Summer School Essay Competition

The Immerse Education Essay Competition provides the opportunity for students aged 13-18 to submit essay responses to a pre-set question relating to their chosen subject.  Our essay questions are pre-defined according to your age group and preferred subject. You are encouraged to tailor your essay response to reflect your interest in your chosen subject. A full list of questions can be found here. The deadline for submission is Monday, Jan. 20, 2020. See more information here

Help Wanted – Premier Gymnastics

Instructors are wanted for gymnastics, trampoline, tumbling and parkour. Gymnastics knowledge is helpful but not necessary. See more information here.

Exploring Omaha

Exploring is a career education program for ages 14-20 years old. Local businesses in our community help young adults make a more informed decision about their future career and determine if a particular career is the right fit for them. Exploring Omaha provides exciting activities and one-on-one mentorship for youth looking to discover their future. Whether you’re a local organization looking to strengthen the community or a young person wanting to uncover the possibilities of your future, Exploring is a great place to start. See all program opportunities here. Upcoming programs include, Nebraska Medical Center and OrthoNebraska Program, World Herald Program, Veterinary Science Program, Kiewit Building Group Inc., UNO Computer Science Program, Metro Media Broadcasting Program and more.

Teen Court

Teen Court is composed of volunteer middle and high school teens from Sarpy County and Douglas County. They serve as jurors, bailiffs, prosecuting attorneys, and defense attorneys. In those roles they are able to question juveniles. Jury members decide the consequences for each defendant and a Diversion officer helps ensure that the defendant completes the assigned consequences. The juvenile defendants who successfully complete Teen Court get their record sealed and don’t have to report the charge to potential employers or colleges. Some of the benefits of being a volunteer are the ability to serve the community, improved knowledge of the legal system, a hands-on experience for those interested in careers in law, reference letters for jobs, clubs, and scholarships. You can also find more information about our program at our website: sarpyteencourt.com

Morning Star Preschool and Childcare Center

Morning Star Preschool and Childcare Center is hiring for their 3:30-6 p.m. weekday shifts. Call 402.393.8215 to apply or send a resume to preschool@morningstaromaha.org.

Volunteer at Tip Top Thrift Shop

Tip Top Thrift Shop at 5910 Maple St. is looking for volunteers. They are open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and are especially looking for Saturday volunteers. 100% of Tip Top’s proceeds go to the Youth Emergency Service. For any questions, please contact Tracy Wells at tzummy@gmail.com.

Teens at Joslyn

The Joslyn Art Museum offers several opportunities for teens to get involved. See all events here.

CHI Health Immanuel Teen Volunteer Program

You can learn new skills, develop leadership qualities, open the door to new friendships, and have a positive experience by becoming a member of an CHI Health Teen Volunteer Program. Here are some facts about the Teen Volunteer Program:

  • Teen volunteers receive complete training; they do not provide any hands-on patient care.
  • To be a teen volunteer, you must complete an on-line orientation.
  • You will be assigned to a service area after orientation.
  • Teen volunteer shifts are available after school on weekdays and also on weekends.
  • A minimum of one year commitment is required!
  • You must be 14 years of age to be a teen volunteer. You will be asked to show proof of age.
  • Duties vary according to the areas of the hospital which you are assigned.
  • Online Volunteer Application

Bloomfield Retirement Home

Bloomfield Retirement Home is looking to hire some Marian girls! The hours are from 4:30-7:30 p.m. on weekdays. The only requirement is you must be 16 to apply. Duties include setting up dinner, serving dinner and cleaning up afterwards. If anyone has any questions or wants to know more please email Molly Monahan 21.monahan.molly@omahamarian.org.