Congratulations to the Girls Basketball Team
on their quarterfinal victory over Bloomfield.
Up next semi-finals vs. Trinity Catholic
Friday night, 7:00pm at Newtown High School
12 Berkshire Rd, Sandy Hook, CT 06482
Fan-voting ballots opened for the 2019 Pro Bowl on Tuesday, giving the patrons a chance to be a part of the process to determine who will take part in the NFL’s all-star game. Held the week before the Super Bowl, the AFC and NFC will battle it out to see which conference’s best players care more about getting the winner’s share of the game check.
There really isn’t much else to be gleaned from the competition. Once again, the event will be held in Orlando, Florida, making it accessible to a large number of fans who may wish to travel to the vacation destination in the middle of the winter.
Who will go? Well that will partially depend on the fan’s vote, which along with the player votes and the NFL coaches vote comprise three equal parts of the process.
To stuff the ballot, visit NFL.com/ProBowlVote. Fans have until December 13 to make their selections and can vote as often as they like.
Prospective College Athletes Night –
Open to all NVL athletes & their parents/ guardians. Monday, December 3rd from 6:00-7:30 at Naugatuck High School
Athletic compliance representatives from each NCAA Division will be at Naugatuck High School to educate students and families about NCAA compliance. Representatives will review NCAA rules and regulations including academic standards for initial eligibility at each division.
Please note that this presentation is NOT geared toward the recruiting process. Compliance representatives may speak about how they work with athletes and coaches through the recruiting process but will not answer the question of “how do I get recruited?”
If students have not received the Baseline Concussion Testing the next sessions are on Nov. 13th, 14th & 15th for all winter student athletes. Testing will be begin each day in the computer lab @ 2:20.
Christ is the reason for St. Paul Catholic High School. Upon this foundation, young men and women from diverse backgrounds are challenged to be their personal best in academics, athletics, fine arts, and service to others, as they prepare for the rigors of college and lifelong learning. The St. Paul community is distinguished by the respect, care, and encouragement members give each other to achieve moments of greatness.
Our Core Values
Faith – Knowing, believing in, and living the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church.
Character – Living our Christian values with confidence and conviction.
Community – Fostering a sense of belonging by creating a safe and nurturing environment.
Excellence – Achieving one’s personal best and contributing to the success of our community.
Service – Giving of one’s self to help and support others.