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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 I ANN HUGHES writer orial High School may establish enrollment policy freshman to top 235 stu- policy is for Memorial e, by the 0ol ear. The Inter- School Board !responsible for imple- a policy. principal Gerry Adams expects a total student enrollment of 800-plus this fall. With that number of stu- dents in the building, the East- side Evansville school will be full. To accomodate everyone, teachers will be sharing class- rooms, additional classroom space will come from space previously used by the alumni association, and a new class- room will be built in part of the school library. In the last 10 years, class- room space has been converted is a feature in the Message, designed to help the People of God in southwestern Indiana. znvited to submit information about people who some extra prayers and attention. R. Shea is recuperating from a broken nt surgery at St. Mary's Medical Cen- iishop Shea, who retired in 1989, is 80. ille home the morning of May 9 and surgery late that afternoon. Bishop Shea's secretary at the Catholic Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger's secre- ) Shea last Sunday. sitting up in a wheelchair. "His spirits are Is still the same soft, Southern gentleman." Bishop Shea has appreciated all the cards and has received. to begin physical therapy on Monday to be home in about two weeks. address is St. Mary's Medical Center, Con- Room 6305, Evansville IN 47750. d information for PEOPLE WE CARE Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box lle, IN 47724. into a computer lab and a chapel, and the art department has doubled in size, according to Adams. While the school does not currently have a waiting list for its incoming freshman class, Adams said, "We do not have room to take many more. If in August, we have one extra student, we could take them, but it we have 10 extra stu- dents, we can't." He addd, "Down the road, we may be looking at capping class size." The projected larger classes do not appear to be a "one or two year aberra- tion. It seems like the numbers we are looking at should re- main consistent." Adams said an earlier mar- keting campaign has had a positive effect on student en- rollment numbers. "It let peo- ple know we were an alterna- tive." The school has also focused on "working to keep students once they they are here." Adams is hopeful that an en- rollment policy will "find a way so we don't have to turn kids away, that we can remain open to anyone who wants their child to receive a Catholic Christian education." He added, "It's exciting as a faculty that people have confi- dence and faith in what we are doing." Searching for Rex Mundi students The Rex Mundi High School Reunion Committee is searching for all students who attended the'school, to invite them to an all-class reunion June 18. All Rex Mundi Students are invited, including those who graduated and also those who were freshmen, sophomores or juniors when the school was closed in 1972. Invitations have been mailed to the last-known addresses of all Rex Mundi graduates, but the committee does not have addresses for many students who transferred to other schools be- fore graduation. Reunion activities will include a Mass at Holy Redeemer Church on Friday, June 17, a tour of IVY Tech -- the former Rex Mundi High School m on the afternoon of Saturday, June 18, and a dinner and dance at the Green Convention Center the evening of Saturday, June 18. In an effort to contact more people, the reservation deadline for the reunion has been ex- tended until June 1. If you attended Rex Mundi High School, and have not yet been contacted about the all-class reunion, please contact Glenda Ossenberg at (812) 424-5536: Or write to Rex Mundi Alumni, 3205 Autumnwood Way, Evansville IN 47715. I I  D-O'W'N'T.O.W.N 301 MAIN ST. 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