Notre Dame Regional High School

Cape Girardeau, MO

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It's the most wonderful time of the year...It's ACTIVITY WEEK!!

Join us for dinner the week of September 24. 

Monday, September 24 - Senior Class - Kettle Beef

Tuesday, September 25 - Freshman Class - Pulled Pork

Wednesday, September 26 - Sophomore Class - Fried Chicken

Thursday, September 27 - Junior Class - Pork Steak

All meals include sides.  Dinners are served from 5:00 until 7:00pm. There will be a car wash and silent auction during each meal. Dinner prices are the same for all classes: Adults $8 , Children (5-11 years) $4, 4 years and under FREE. Takeout is available, adult dinners only - $8.

Thank you for your support!

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Opening Prayer Service

The Opening Prayer Service for the 2018-19 school year was held on Friday, August 24th. 

Brother David set the tone of the year by asking students and faculty to keep their eyes on the Cross.  Everything we do should be with Christ in our minds and in our hearts.  As the cross was held before each class, he blessed each class.  He finished by blessing the faculty.

Our prayer is that all faculty and students have a blessed school year.  Through the ups and downs that may come this year, may we all keep our eyes on the Cross!

 

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August 30 - September 1 --- ND Soccer and Softball host the 2018 Sportsfest.

Gate:  $5 adults $3 students 
ND Sports Passes will work 

Soccer Bracket

 

Softball Schedule

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The Notre Dame Communication Arts Department and the Media Center have instituted a summer reading program. The purpose of this program is to encourage reading, not just for its academic and learning benefits, but to help students discover that reading can be a meaningful and pleasurable activity.

The program culminates this week with the discussion groups on Monday and Tuesday after school.  Please review the schedule to find when and where your book group meets.  Complete the discussion questions to aid the group discussion.

Thank you for participating!

SCHEDULE

 

Discussion Worksheet

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Tuesday, August 28 - Homeroom begins promptly at 6:30pm; Men's Choir & Band begins at 6:20pm

Arrive early to pick up your schedules and find Homeroom!  Parents will walk through their student's schedule, moving room to room and meeting the faculty.  You will spend about 10 minutes with each teacher to find out their expectations of the students and they will answer any of your questions.  You will be given your students' schedule when you arrive.  The "school day" starts at 6:30pm sharp with Homeroom.  If your child has Men's Choir or Band, your day begins at 6:20pm.  It would be good to arrive early so you can find your way to homeroom.  

Bulldog Mall will be open with lots of SALES, including the $5 stuff-a-bag of previously owned ND shirts.  

If you still have forms due to the office, bring them tonight!  These were due July 31. If you cannot find these forms, additional copies are available in the office or on our website, www.notredamehighschool.org > Parent Resources > Forms & Documents. The mandatory forms needed with signatures are: 

  • Handbook Acknowledgement - (purple half sheet) 
  • Mandatory Government Survey - (green full sheet) 
  • Internet Acceptable Use Policy/Contract - (goldenrod full sheet) 

Download ND Forms & Documents

 

 

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To protect the textbooks, the Media Center has asked that all books have a cover.  Mrs. Powderly went old school with the Sociology Classes and taught students how to cover in paper bags.  

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New Chromebooks were added to classrooms this summer including Mrs. Timpe's Sophomore Theology class.  Mrs. Timpe has been utilizing the chromebooks in her daily instruction.  

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Letters from Clare is a new program launched this school year.  Saint Clare and Saint Agnes communicated via hand written letters personally carried back and forth between Bohemia and Assisi by Franciscan Friars as they made their dangerous travels on foot across Europe.  ND alumni wrote letters to this year's freshman class, welcoming them to the ND family and letting them know someone is praying for them. Letters were handed out in Theology classes. 

Thank you alumni who participated in the program! We continue to pray for you!

 

 

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ND Faculty, Staff and the Senior Class welcomed the newest members of the ND family during Freshman Orientation. 

Day 1 began with an assembly, homeroom and classes.  During lunch hours, freshman picked up their books and set up their lockers with the help of the seniors.  The day ended with a prayer service in the gym.

Day 2 was the freshman retreat day.  Presentations took place in Drury Hall.  The morning ended with the first freshman class Liturgy.  

A big thank you to the seniors for making the Class of 2022 feel so welcome! Thank you Mrs. Seabaugh, Mrs. Layton and Mrs. Tomaszewski for pictures.

 

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Ten ND students and two faculty members attended the TRACTION Conference ~ "Teens Taking TRACTION to Prevent Traffic Crashes" July 22-24, 2018 at the Drury Plaza in Cape.  This conference was sponsored by the Cape Girardeau Police Department and the Missouri Department of Transportation / Highway Safety and Traffic Division.  These students are members of the SADD Club at Notre Dame and came up with an action plan at the conference to promote safe, sober driving and seatbelt usage at Notre Dame.

Seniors:   Brent Glenzy, Kristen Shrum, Ashley Hanners, Sydney McClintock, Kassidy Leimbach, Jamie Barnes
Junior:    Maddie Hulshof
Sophomores:   Ellie Fennewald, Avri O'Daniel
Freshman:     Brock Hulshof
Staff Advisors:    Angie Schaefer and Ruth Ann Hester

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