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Kam Dohogne signed with Columbia College to play baseball next year. Dohogne, who was the 2019 SEMO Conference Pitcher of the Year, finished 5-3 overall with 51 Ks and a 2.26 ERA last season. In addition to baseball, Dohogne is a member of the Bulldog soccer and basketball teams. 

Congratulations Kam!

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FBLA competed at Southeast Missouri State University in a variety of business and career-related areas. Congratulations to the FBLA students and Faculty moderator, Mrs. Gail Timpe!

Moving on to State for placing first in performance events: 
Business Plan: Maggie Eby & Mollie Jennings
Client Services: Selena Priggle
Public Service Announcement: Selena Priggle and Natalie Timpe
Management Decision Making: Hudson McVay, Austin McGill, Kristen Barwick 
Hospitality Management: Alice Burge and Madelyn Elledge

Moving on to state in objective tests:
Parker Pfeiffer
Paige Barber
Paul Scherer
Kristen Barwick
Elizabeth Raines
Kathryn Taylor
Vincent Klueppel
Gabe Hurley
Jordan Gunn Dunn

Also receiving medals at district competition: 
Electronic Career Portfolio; Parker Pfeiffer 3rd
Graphic Design: Avri O'Daniel 2nd
Job Interview: Jasmin Maisuria 4th
Sports and Entertainment Management: John Essner, Paul Scherer, Gabe Hurley 4th 

 

 

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Current Notre Dame students visited their grade school alma mater, Saint Francis Xavier in Sikeston. The students participated in a friendly game of Volleyball.

Freshman - Hayes Evans
Sophomores - Ruhl Ault, Ty Gooch, Connor Hux, Avery Johnson, Witt McMullan, Vincent Klueppel
Junior - Drew Barber 

           

 
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All State Honor Choir

Connor Missey ('20) and Molly Sellers ('20) performed with the All-State Honor Choir in Lake of the Ozarks. Connor and Molly auditioned for and won All-District Honors before moving on to All-State. Congratulations!
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March for Life 2020

We are so proud of our students and faculty who are attending the March for Life in Washington DC!
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NHS Toy Drive 2019

National Honor Society hosted a Toy Drive on Tuesday. Students and Faculty brought in over 1500 toys. These toys will be distributed to migrant children in Southern Illinois and through Jaycee's Toybox.  Thank you ND Families for your generosity!

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Peer Helpers at NDHS

The Notre Dame Peer Helpers have spent the first semester leading the freshman class through fun, team-building experiences.  These juniors and seniors have volunteered time in the summer as well as once per schedule rotation to be trained outside of the school day on the variety of activities they administer.  In addition to team-building, freshmen were asked to reflect on time management and organization, verbal and non-verbal communication, leadership styles, and how their personal qualities may relate to that of their peers, parents, and teachers.  The final session culminated with Peer Helper Olympics, a group relay event!  We appreciate the participation of the freshmen in the variety of interesting activities that got them out of their comfort zone and helped them come together with  a common goal! 

A huge thank you to the Peer Helper team for their commitment to welcoming and getting to know the freshmen!

 

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Yearbook Staff Wins Award

Notre Dame Regional High School's Yearbook Class was recently awarded the Jostens 2018-2019 National Yearbook Program of Excellence.  This award is in recognition of outstanding performance of advisor and staff for 2018-2019.  Left to right: Pictured with the award: Juniors Nathan Karnes, Slaten Vowels, Audrey Jaco; seniors Abigail Roark, editor, and Mason Galemore; and junior Macey Ives. Congratulations Mrs. Dinah Seabaugh and students!
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F.A.C.S. has busy week

Students in the Family and Consumer Science Department have been busy! The Life Skills class showed off their new sewing skills by making pillowcases with personal touches!

Foods classes competed in the annual Pie Contest. Groups of students made pumpkin, pecan, apple, cherry, and mixed berry, learning how to mix and roll out the crust as well as adding cutout designs, braids and other creative touches. Expert faculty judges tested all the pies and judged on taste and presentation. The winning pies and bakers are shown below.

FCCLA Club sponsored a pancake breakfast for students and faculty. Club members arrived early to decorate, make coffee and prepare the batter. Students were given choice of pumpkin, plain, chocolate chip, or blueberry pancakes. They were delicious!

Room 501 is a busy classroom!

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Notre Dame students are set to attend the Catholic Youth Conference on November 21-23 at the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium.  This year's theme is Blessed Broken Given. Please keep these students in your prayers: Molly Bell, Lena Buehrle, Caroline Stovall, Ellie Fennewald, Joe Prost, Monica Coello, and Annelise Coello.

"In a distinctly Catholic setting, the National Catholic Youth Conference invites participants to encounter Christ, experience church, and be empowered for discipleship."

To view more about the Conference, visit http://www.ncyc.info/

 

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