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Summer Bulletin 2019

Refer to the link below for summer office hours, athletic open gym/fields,  2019-20 school year calendar, and much more. Everything happening at ND this Summer - check it out!

Have a safe and blessed Summer!!

Summer Bulletin

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Congratulations to our 99 graduating seniors! 86% of the 2019 class received academic scholarships in excess of 7 million dollars. 15% achieved Missouri Bright Flight recognition. We had one National Merit Commended Student, one Missouri Top 100 Scholar, and one U.S. Naval Academy Appointment. We can't wait to see what you will do!  Good luck on all your endeavors! 
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Valedictorian

Class of 2019 Valedictorian, Yanlin (Linda) Hu, is the daughter of Qiang Hu and Jun You.  Kyle and Emily Schott of Cape Girardeau have hosted Linda.

While at ND, Linda was active in National Honor Society, National French Honor Society, Women in God’s Service (WINGS), Science Club, and Franciscan Leadership Club.  She competed as part of the Scholar Bowl Team and Tennis Team. Linda has received Academic Awards in Honors Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, French I and II, Advanced English II, Chemistry, and Online Technology.

Linda has earned the McGill Freshman Scholarship Award and plans to attend McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She plans to major in Science (Mathematics).

From Linda: “I want to thank my parents for giving me this opportunity and thank my two host families, friends, and teachers for helping me along the way.”
 
 
 
 

Salutatorian


Class of 2019 Salutatorian, James (Jamie) Barnes, is the son of Michael and Jennifer Barnes of Sikeston. James is a member of St. Francis Xavier Parish.
 
While at ND, James was active in National Honor Society, Franciscan Leadership Club, Peer Helpers, Athletes Give Back, and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) where he served as Secretary. Jamie competed with the Freshman and JV Baseball Teams and JV and Varsity Volleyball Teams. Jamie has received Academic Awards in Algebra I, English I, Economics, and Biology.  He attended the American Legion Boys State.

Jamie has earned a Bright Flight Scholarship and will attend University of Missouri at Kansas City entering into the six-year medical school.

From Jamie: “To my parents, teachers, Brother David, and friends – I could not have done this without all of your support and encouragement.”
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On Sunday, May 5, the Freshman Class and the Home and School Association hosted the annual Senior Banquet. Academic awards including Senior stoles were awarded. 

The Bulldog and Lady Bulldog awards went to D.J. Lynch and Megan Heisserer for "excelling in athletic achievement, character, leadership, practice ethics, teamwork and sportsmanship over the past four years at NDHS". Congratulations!

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from the office of Congressman Jason Smith, Missouri's 8th Congressional District:

Notre Dame senior Andrew West said he's always felt a call to serve our country. It was a privilege to nominate Andrew to attend the United States Naval Academy and celebrate with him in person this week. He's a great student who uses his free time to tutor other students and attend mission trips. He wants to make the military his career, and I'm so glad I could help him in his incredible journey.

If you or a loved one would like to know more about attending a military academy in the Fall of 2020, Jason Smith's office is now accepting applications.

Congratulations Andrew!

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Mrs. Maher’s Advanced English II classes reviewed Huckleberry Finn by playing Clothespin Bumper Cars. The students quizzed each other using their original questions. If a student answered incorrectly, he or she lost a clothespin. The student with the most clothespins received 2 bonus points. 

Fun idea, Mrs. Maher!!

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The Rotary Club recognized the top 10% of the Class of 2019 at their annual Academic Excellence Banquet. Notre Dame students joined Brother David at the event. Pictured are Andrew West, Brother David, Bailey Beussink, Kassidy Leimbach, Livia Wunderlich, Sarah Smith, Jamie Barnes, D.J. Lynch, Megan Engelen, Lily Parker, Hannah Dodson, Sydney McClintock, and Sierra Greaser. Not pictured, Linda Hu. 

Congratulations to these students for their hard work and dedication to academics!

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Congratulations to Kristen Barwick, Brent Glenzy, Austin McGill, Parker Pfeiffer, and Natalie Timpe for representing NDHS at the FBLA State Leadership Competition and Conference.  

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Math Field Day

Notre Dame math students competed with 570 other students from 27 schools from Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois in Math Field Day at Southeast Missouri State University on April 11, 2019.  Congratulations to the following Notre Dame students:

Medley Team—2nd place (Yanlin Hu, Rajan Marasini, Jinwoo Park, Lily Parker)
Trig Team—3rd place (Brayden Eftink, Nicholas Hux, Austin McGill, Paul Scherer)
Algebra II Team—1st place (Bradley Cleveland, Jihyun Kim, Claire Southard, Noel Keran)
Geometry Team—3rd place (Narine Berberian, Jonny Dohogne, Kristen Jansen, Avery Johnson)
                
Non-Routine Word Problems—Claire Southard, 2nd   
Word Problems—Kristen Jansen, 3rd   
Sets and Logic—Claire Southard, 2nd 
Exponents and Logarithms—Nicholas Hux, 2nd   
Number Theory—Yanlin Hu, 3rd and Claire Southard, 2nd  
Probability—Hannah Dodson, 3rd 
Algebra—Jinwoo Pard, 3rd and Hannah Dodson, 2nd 
Mental Arithmetic—Yanlin Hu, 3rd 
Data Analysis—Rajan Marasini, 2nd 

Problem Solving (all participants worked together on this event)—3rd  

Thank you to all our Notre Dame Math Teachers who make this possible!! Thank you Lily Parker for photos!

 

 
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This week is National Library Week and the Library is busy with lots of activities.  Scavenger hunts, Meme Contest, BINGO, and today's Edible Book Contest.  Students and Faculty were challenged with creating something edible representing a book.  Winner in the Faculty category was Miss Siebert's To Kill a Mockingbird.  Student winner was Skyler Robert's Scythe.

Thank you Mrs. Powderly and Mrs. Traxel for all you do in the Library for students and faculty!

 

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