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Brother David was the guest chef in Foods Class yesterday.  He demonstrated his famous "Chicken Parmigiana". Buon appetito! Grazie mille, Brother David!

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Cape Girardeau, Mo – High school senior Hannah Dodson of Notre Dame Regional HS-Cape Girardeau has been selected for the 2019 Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri’s top academic students in the graduating class of 2019.  The announcement was made by the principal, Brother David Anthony Migliorino, O.S.F., of Notre Dame Regional High School.  Students will be recognized at a luncheon at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia, MO, on Sunday, April 28, 2019.

Hannah is the daughter of Dr. Rob and Heather Dodson of Cape Girardeau.  She is on the Girls Volleyball team and manages the Boys Volleyball team.  Hannah is a member of the National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, and Future Business Leaders of America.

Missouri Scholars 100 is a program sponsored by the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals.  Schools across Missouri were invited to nominate candidates for this statewide recognition.  The selection is based primarily on a formula using the student’s grade point average and ACT or SAT score.  Each student nominated had first to meet criteria of an “Academic Decathlon,” which included the “events” designed to assure the academic strength of the student.  The student must have a minimum GPA of 3.750, a minimum ACT score of 29 or a minimum SAT score of 1,600, be ranked in the upper ten percent of the class, and have taken high-level courses in mathematics, science, English, and foreign language.  The student must also have excellent attendance, be an exemplary school citizen, and be involved in the school activity program.

Clark Mershon, Executive Director of the principals’ association, said, “The Missouri Scholars 100 Program is one of the most premier academic recognition programs in the country.  It is truly a celebration of learning.  Students who are selected to this program have taken a rigorous course of study and have maintained the highest academic standards.  The Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals wants to celebrate the achievement and success of these students and their schools.”

The 2019 program is the 25th Annual Missouri Scholars 100 recognition.  For additional information, contact MoASSP, (573) 445 5071.
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Advanced English II Book Club Book Report!

Students read a passage from their books, discussed their reactions to the book, and shared food related to their books. They also made a collage explaining one symbol from the book.

Thanks Mrs. Maher!

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This week International Foods class participated in a Swiss Cake Bake Off. Students researched recipes for their creations.  They were judged on taste, presentation, technique by an esteemed panel of faculty judges! The Raspberry Roll won although all of the rolls were delicious!


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FBLA at Districts

Notre Dame was represented by 17 FBLA members in District competition at Southeast Missouri State.

Here are the results:

Hannah Dodson - 2nd place in Public Speaking
DJ Lynch & Hank Traxel - 2nd place in Hospitality Management
Jasmin Maisuria - 3rd place in Job Interviews
DJ Lynch & Hank Traxel - 3rd place in Entrepreneurship

Moving on to State:

Natalie Timpe - 1st place in Public Service Announcement

Moving on to State in Objective Tests:

Parker Pfeiffer, Brent Glenzy, Austin McGill, Hannah Dodson, Kristen Barwick, and Alice Burge.

Congratulations and thank you Mrs. Timpe, club moderator!

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Thank You

The Winter Extravaganza brought in over $85,000 this past weekend. THANK YOU to our presenting sponsor Saint Francis Healthcare and all our sponsors, donors, and volunteers! Here is a video from our students letting you know that all our technology wouldn't be possible without your support! Give now at!.


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Catholic Schools Week 2019

View pictures of the week's events!

Monday - Future Day

-College shirt day.  Wear college apparel with dress code bottoms or Dress for your future occupation.
-Home and School hosts breakfast for the Faculty.

The Guidance Office hosted its biennial Career Day on January 28th.  Thirty-one professionals from the local community volunteered to spend the afternoon with our students, providing them with a glimpse into a typical day in their respective career field.  We are so grateful to everyone who gave of their time and talents! 
A big THANK YOU to:
Geri Beussink ‘77
Natalie Brewer ‘11
Kevin Brost ‘13
Kyle Campbell ‘12
Brad Deken
Dr. Rob Dodson ‘91
Ryan Eftink ‘95
David Enderle
Lindsay Grojean ‘14
Kim Hagedorn
Darin Halter
Tanner Hiett ‘10
Mike Higgins ‘95
Jamie Koehler ‘77 & Jeanie Haertling
Lana Lange
Teresa Machicao-Hopkins
Daniel Mansker
Del McKinney
Kevin McMeel
Katie Michael ‘98
Brian Rhodes & Alan Long
Taylor Seyer ‘13
Dr. Kelly Smith
Amy Sutherlin
Ben Traxel
Madawn Traxel
Dennis Vollink
Lindsey Wagoner
Dr. Timothy Wencewicz ‘02

Tuesday - Student Appreciation Day 

-ND Dress down day - wear blue/white/black/gray ND shirt
-Pep Assembly Schedule @ 2pm

Wednesday - Academic Excellence 

-A celebration of the academic accomplishments of our students.
-A top student is recognized in each academic discipline with an award from Marian Charities
-NAHS (National Art Honor society) and Tri-M (Music honor society) inductions.

Thursday - Grandparent’s Day 

-Students invite their grandparents to lunch here at school, chili and beef vegetable soup is on the menu.

Friday - Faculty Appreciation Day 

-All school mass with Bishop Rice at 10:15am
-Student council sponsors and hosts a lunch for the faculty.

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Notre Dame Regional High School Placement Exam for the Class of 2023 is scheduled for Saturday, January 26th. There is no cost and it is given only once a year.  All eighth graders interested in taking the exam should report to Notre Dame at 8:00 a.m.  Please bring two #2 pencils and a calculator.  The test is not intimidating and should last about 30 minutes.

Principal Brother David Anthony Migliorino, OSF, Faculty, and staff will be present to answer any questions for parents or give tours of the building.  Students or parents interested in Notre Dame should call the school office for information (573-335-6772).
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Saturday, January 26, 2019
Drury Plaza Conference Center
6:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.

Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

The Winter Extravaganza help raise funds for much needed TECHNOLOGY at NDHS.  Please join us for an evening of Live Entertainment featuring Shades of Soul, Heavy Hors D'oeuvres, Open Bar, Auction, Tuition Raffle, and More!

Special room rates available at Drury Plaza Hotel, see the code on your receipt.

Tickets (must be 21 or older to purchase):

VIP Table of 10 - $1,250 
The full table must be purchased at one time. VIP tables are indicated in blue on the seat selection chart.
VIP Table includes preferred seating, champagne and more! 

Regular Seats - $75 per person

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Robotics Hosts Meet

Notre Dame Robotics Team, MotorDame, hosted Robofest on Saturday under the First Tech Challenge Program. Teams are challenged to design, build, program and operate robots to play a floor game. (website) Ten teams competed in the morning and six in the afternoon. Teams play 5 rounds of ROVER RUCKUS, this year's game platform. MotorDame finished 5th in the morning and 4th in the afternoon meet.  

Team members are Stephen Anderson, Sam Brucker, Zachary Graham, Glenn Keesee, Brock Lange, Grant Lange, Abigail Michael, Adam Moeser, Joe Prost, Luke Riley, and Victor Thomas. Coaches are Mr. Jeff Worley, Mr. Ben Hinton, Mr. Robert Michael, and Miss Mary Beth Vollink. 

Congratulations NDHS Robotics!

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