November was a busy month for the Moreau Catholic Mock Trial teams, competing in mock trial scrimmages locally and traveling to New York for the Empire New York Mock World Championships. The Mariner Mock Trial Gold Team finished in the top 20 at the world championships by winning 4 out of 8 ballots. The team also was honored by the championship organizers with the David Post Spirit of Empire Award for outstanding civility and professionalism.
Thirty-four of Moreau's fall athletes received MVAL All League Honors, including Garrett Kaleo Lee '18 as the first Mariner to receive first team all league honors in water polo, junior Adi Anderson being named Most Valuable Offensive Player in football and 5 of the 6 starters in girls volleyball earning first team honors.
Brian Copeland '82, award-winning actor, comedian, author, playwright, and local television and radio talk show will be a guest speaker for our school-wide assembly on Tuesday, November 14th.
The 9th Annual Funding Hopes and Dreams Dinner and Auction will be held Thursday, November 16 at the Fremont Marriott Silicon Valley, 46200 Landing Parkway in Fremont. This annual event benefits the Trust for Student Support, which provides tuition assistance for many Moreau students. The event features Master of Ceremonies Ms. Kathleen Radecke, '85, Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Oakland and Keynote Speaker Mr. Guillermo Diaz, Jr., Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Cisco's global information technology organization and services.
Welcome to Moreau! Twelve new faculty joined the Moreau staff this Fall to teach theology, math, English, science, and social studies, including two Moreau fellows, along with an educational resource specialist and coordinator of our Learning Center.