Notre Dame Regional High School

Cape Girardeau, MO

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Activity Week 2019

Activity Week 2019 - Friday, September 20 to Saturday, September 28. 

Class Dinners:

  • Monday, September 23 - Senior Class - Pork Steak
  • Tuesday, September 24 - Freshman Class - Fried Fish
  • Wednesday, September 25 - Junior Class - Fried Chicken
  • Thursday, September 26 - Sophomore Class - Kettle Beef

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 $9 , Children (5-11 years) $4, 4 years and under FREE. Takeout is available, adult dinners only - $9.

Check back on Friday for all the sales items and details for Activity Week 2019!

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New Interim Principal

It is with much joy and pride that Notre Dame Regional High School has announced, with the blessing of Bishop Edward M. Rice and Dr. Gene Aug, that Mr. Tim Garner will serve as the new Interim Principal of Notre Dame Regional High School. A formal press release from the Office of the Bishop, is accompanying this letter.  

A legacy has been built by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, the Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn, and every faculty, staff, student, and parent. This Legacy continues.

We are excited to work with all of our Notre Dame families during the 2019-20 school year. We ask for your prayers as we move forward. God bless you and Notre Dame Regional High School.

Notre Dame, Our Mother & Guide, Pray For Us 

 

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It is with both sadness and understanding that the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau bids farewell to Brother David Anthony Migliorino, OSF, as he accepts another assignment from his religious order. Provincial Superior Brother Gabriel O'Brien, OSF, of the Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn, NY, has appointed Brother David Principal of St. Anthony High School in South Huntington NY, effective immediately.

Brother David Anthony Migliorino, OSF
"I loved my days here.  This community is like no other and they have transformed my life.  I am bringing their joy and love to Saint Anthony's High School.  I will carry you in my heart forever and will always BLEED BLUE!  In Notre Dame, Our Mother and Guide."

Please see the press release letters below from Brother Gabriel O'Brien, OSF, Superior General of the Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn and Most Reverend Edward M. Rice, Bishop of the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau. 

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Seniors Cassidy Swain and Dawson Snider put their Faith in action by showing Christ's love for a family in need.  Thank you to those who give so generously to our Liturgy collections. And thank you to Charleston High School for running the story. May God continue to bless the Harper family!

from Charleston Facebook:

AWESOME: When two students at Notre Dame Regional High School in Cape Girardeau heard about the Harper family's accident last fall, they decided to take action.
Senior students Dawson Snider and Cassidy Swain took the idea to raise money for the family to their principal Brother David Migliorino, who says this is a regular part of the school's liturgy. The school hosts several fundraisers like this every year to reach out and help organizations, people, and families in need.
"This is what we do," said Brother David. "The students come to me with a need and we see what we can do to support."
The Notre Dame students collected donations to be offered to the Harper family, and Cassidy Swain recently visited Charleston High School to present Christa Harper with a $500 check for her family! 

 

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Today we celebrate the Solemnity of the Annunciation, our school Feast Day! May we all find the humility and grace of Mary to say "yes" to the Lord in our lives.

Mary said, “Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord. May it be done to me according to your word.” ... (Luke 1:38)

“Loving trust and total surrender made Our Lady say ‘yes’ to the message of the angel. And cheerfulness made her run in haste to serve her cousin Elizabeth. That is so much our life: say ‘yes’ to Jesus and running in haste to serve him in the poorest of the poor. Let us keep very close to Our Lady and she will make that same spirit grow in each of us.” - St. Teresa of Calcutta

God Bless!!

Click the image below to view more photos...Annunciation 2019

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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 www.notredamehighschool.org/give!.

 

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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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March for Life 2019

Notre Dame was represented by eleven students and two faculty members at the March for Life in Washington DC.  Students joined Bishop Rice and others from the Springfield-Catholic Diocese. 

The March for Life began in 1973 and coincides with the anniversary of the Supreme Court case Roe vs. Wade.  The Mission of March for Life is to "End abortion by uniting, educating, and mobilizing pro-life people in the public square". Visit www.marchforlife.org for more information.

Thank you to all who supported these students on this pilgrimage and for your prayers for their safe travel.

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Notre Dame Regional High School took 1st place and won $10,000 in division 2 of the Pepsi Challenge with 15 lbs of caps! 

Schools were asked to collect the special edition maroon caps on all types of Pepsi MidAmerica products. Schools were divided into divisions according to their size. Each division had a $10,000 1st place prize, $5,000 2nd place prize, and $2,500 3rd place prize.

Caps were turned in at ND during Activity Week, lunches, and during ball games.  Thank you Mr. Alex Jackson for coordinating this throughout first semester.

Thank you all who helped us collect caps!

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NHS Toy Drive

National Honor Society sponsored the annual Toy Drive today. Students were asked to bring in two unwrapped toys with the added bonus of a dress down day! In true Notre Dame spirit, students far exceeded expectations with their generosity.  Club Sponsor, Mrs. Cindy Maher, states that over 3,000 toys were collected.

The toys will be delivered Friday after school by students to the Jaycee Toybox collection. 

Thank you to all who donated!

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