Traveling west across the Navajo reservation we visit Window Rock, the capitol of the Navajo Nation. Following a chance meeting with the President's chief of staff, we are honored with a private audience with the Navajo president, Dr. Buu Nygren. Continuing across the Hopi three mesas, we arrive at Desert View watchtower for the first view of Grand Canyon.
First sunset day one at the canyon near Mather Point. Up at 3:30 am for an early shuttle to the South Kaibab trail for sunrise at Ooh Aah Point. Two miles farther down we rest at Skeleton Point before starting the long walk up and out.
Before leaving the beautiful Abiquiu region we hike the Chavez slot canyons. Last night in Abiquiu is a little stormy with rain coming in over Pedernal Mountain. Exploring Pueblo Bonito at Chaco Canyon gives us all some sense of the incredible level of culture and architecture from 1000 years ago in northwest NM. Coach would like to teach the world to sing.
The guys enjoyed the 650 foot bridge over the Rio Grande near Taos, NM. We spent two nights at Lake Abiquiu and were treated to the best of Benedictine hospitality at Christ in the Desert monastery.
It is almost pool time! Our pool will open to the public starting TOMORROW, May 24, 2023. The pool will be available to the public on Wednesdays between 4:00 pm-8:00 pm, and Sundays between 1:00 pm-5:00 pm.
After a good afternoon hiking and then an overnight stay at Villanueva, NM we start day two at the Saint Francis cathedral in Santa Fe.
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Congratulations to the Subiaco Academy class of 2023! Here is the link to the photos of today's ceremony. https://photos.app.goo.gl/JAx8QdAjBusEbnATA
Congratulations! Thirteen new members were inducted into the Subiaco Academy Chapter of the National Honor Society. The new inductees are: Nicholas Adams, Luis Araujo, Caleb Cowell, Evan Everett, Tiore Hart, Kaleb Kennedy, Hasten King, Connor Lamboy, Matthew Mayeux, Marvin Menjivar, Joshua Post, Tyler Stevens, and Connor Wasielewski. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1d7iCsXfSVqFBwdd0WncECuHAqJ6tUaGY?usp=share_link
Honors Assembly's Photos. See the link. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/15pC3yGDAG0v8rrsBRfLQnapwdZPzaeUc?usp=share_link
On May 12, thirteen new members were inducted into the Subiaco Academy Chapter of the National Honor Society. The new inductees are: Nicholas Adams, Luis Araujo, Caleb Cowell, Evan Everett, Tiore Hart, Kaleb Kennedy, Hasten King, Connor Lamboy, Matthew Mayeux, Marvin Menjivar, Joshua Post, Tyler Stevens and Connor Wasielewski. Congratulations! https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1d7iCsXfSVqFBwdd0WncECuHAqJ6tUaGY?usp=share_link
Congrats to all of the student athletes who received Athletic Awards on May 11th. Onward Trojans! See the link for photos. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1uuhZP5wzPSMzbPsicACSEB3gHYwrI3DW?usp=share_link
The Trojan soccer team fought hard in the second round of the 3A state tournament today! Unfortunately, we fell short in this round on goals but not heart or spirit! Onward Trojans!!
The Trojan soccer team is moving to the second round of the state tournament after a 3-1 win over Buffalo Island Central!
Anthony has been voted in by his peers as the 23-24 President of the Student Council Executive Committee. The president’s challenge is a delicate balance between leading and encouraging other officers, members, and interested students to take on leadership responsibilities. There is also the practical side of being president that requires energy, careful time management, and a good relationship with the council and student body. The president’s responsibilities extend beyond the students within the student council. An important responsibility of a president is to serve as a spokesperson for the student body at large, since representing the students is the primary goal of the entire student council organization. Congratulations Anthony, we can't wait to see you flourish in this new position!
John has been voted in by his peers as the 23-24 Vice President of the Student Council Executive Committee. The vice president, more than any other officer, has the opportunity to be creative in the position beyond the primary job description. He is the president’s closest student adviser and assistant. He and the president must work very closely together to create a productive student council. Congratulations, John! We can't wait to see you prosper in this new position!
Samuel has been voted in by his peers as the 23-24 Secretary of the Student Council Executive Committee. The secretary’s primary responsibility is to keep the official records of council business and serve as the official correspondent for the council. The historical memory of the student council depends on the quality of the secretary’s performance and requires accuracy, neatness, and completeness. Congratulations Samuel, we can't wait to see you thrive in this new position!
Big Breakfasts = Big trail days in Hot Springs! Next up: Saturday Vigil, ice cream, and exploring historic downtown Hot Springs!