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Announcements

Announcements

January 24, 2018

Schedule 4 (10:14)

 

What’s Cooking at NDA: Pizza Calzone.

From the Counseling Center

Seniors! Just a friendly reminder that you should be bringing a printed copy of your resumes and cover letters for your senior project to me. If you wait until January 31, Mrs. Desmond cannot guarantee availability.

From the Campus Ministry Office

If you are interested in attending the spring break service trip in Myrtle Beach, but missed the meeting yesterday, please see Mrs. Smith as soon as possible.

Feminine Genius

Several students from the Student Symposium committee are wearing the ‘Embracing Our Feminine Genius” t-shirts that have been designed by Rylee Harper – thank you, Rylee!  If you are interested in purchasing one of these please submit an envelope with your name, size and $20 inside to the main office. Another order will be made next week.

From the Main Office

Do you have passion for your community and a strong work ethic?  The Toledo Youth Commissions office is looking to fill positions for the Youth Advisory Council Board.  The board’s goal is to represent the Youth Commission in matters pertaining to the youth of Toledo, assist in planning activities and community service projects, and to act as a liaison between Toledo’s youth and the Toledo Youth Commission.

Applications are available in the main office.  All applicants must be at least 13 years of age.

The deadline to apply is Monday, February 12th.

Class Level News

Juniors and Seniors: Today’s Prom Decorations Meeting is cancelled.

IB Theater

Are you in the mood for a free three-course meal of “Tofu, Meat, and Trolls”? For the perfect finale to Feminine Genius Day, come to the IB Theatre Senior showcase, at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday in the PAC. Tickets are free, with the donation of a canned good. Don’t miss it!

Club News

There will be an Olympic themed ASL Club meeting today in Room 204 at lunch. Come learn signs related to the Olympic sports, play games and have a treat! Hope you can join the fun!

Sports

Last night the swim and dive team defeated Perrysburg High School on Senior Night.

The Eagles started the meet off taking the 200 yard medley relay (Wilson, Nichols, Ohns, Loeb) with a time of 2:01.28.

Senior Cassidy Wilson took two individual events winning both the 100 yard and 200 yard freestyles.

Katie Ohns placed second in the 100 yard freestyle with a time of 1:07.80.

Grace Levine topped the 100 yard backstroke (1:09.85).

Junior Mallory Mishler took the 100 yard breaststroke with a time of 1:23.50.

Kate Stapleton places first in diving.

Announcements

January 23, 2018

 

What’s Cooking at NDA: Chicken Alfredo.

From the Counseling Center

The final Dine & Do will take place during lunch today in Fitz Commons! The deadline to sign-up was yesterday.

From the Campus Ministry Office

Any juniors or seniors interested in going to Myrtle Beach to work with Habitat for Humanity over spring break should go to the meeting in room 111 during lunch today!

Adoration will take place today in the chapel during flex time.

There will be an hour of service from 7:30-8:30 tomorrow morning in Ftiz Commons. Be there to help out!

Get ready for Feminine Genius Day!

Several students from the Student Symposium committee are wearing the ‘Embracing Our Feminine Genius” t-shirts that have been designed by Rylee Harper – thank you, Rylee!  If you are interested in purchasing one of these please submit an envelope with your name, size and $20 inside to the main office. Another order will be made next week.

Club News

Power of the Pen will meet today in room 203 during lunch. Please bring your iPad and a lunch, and arrive as quickly as possible.

Attention Social Media Team- Please attend the meeting today at lunch in the Boardroom at the end of the JA!

The Pep Club captains announce it is time for you to gather your Hawaiian attire for the beach out pep point swim meet tonight at 6:30 at UT. It is also senior night to honor our senior aquaeagles and their parents!

Now turning to Sports

The Aqua Eagles took fourth place at the TRAC Championships on Saturday.

Senior Cassidy Wilson was TRAC Champion in the 500 free and runner up in the 200 Free.

The 200 Free Relay was honorable mention taking 6th place of Cassidy Scheuer, Lauren Deutschman, Katie Ohns, and Julia Loeb.

Congratulations to the NDA varsity basketball team on their 58-32 win over Lima Sr.  The eagles had four different players scoring in double figures. Jala Johnson and Kailah Johnson both had 13 points, Ashley Barron and Ariel Cummings both had 10 points   The eagles have a huge game Thursday at Whitmer.

The freshmen basketball team won yesterday at Lima Senior 41-9.

Congratulations to the JV team which also defeated Lima Senior.

In bowling, Erynn Carpenter came out of the gate for the Gold Team with a 246 game, helping them win the first game of the match against Clay. Erynn bowled a 587 series, taking over first place in the high game category.

Jazmine Burkes led her Blue/Gold Team bowling her highest game and series ever with games of 191, 147 and 158 for a 496 series, which is 127 pins over her average.  Autumn Rowan wasn’t far behind her with 108 pins over her average with games of 169, 146 & 201 for a 516 516 series, which is also her high series of the season.  Both of these girls will be competing in the Queen of the Hill match next Saturday adding to their scholarship dollars.  The girls swept all 4 points against Northview.

Finally, the Blue Team split their match against Bowsher.  Sydney led her team with a 480 series. Chloe Kozal also contributed a 176 game, her high game of the season.

There is no practice on Tuesday!

Attention Seniors:  NDA’s next signing day for those of you playing your sport in college is on Tuesday, February 7th.  Please see Mr. Snyder by Thursday so to be included in this signing.

Good luck to our swimming and diving team today as they host Perrysburg at the UT Rec Center for Senior-Parent Day.  We will recognize our four swimming seniors at 6 pm, and the meet will start at 6:30 pm.  NDA students, faculty, and staff get in free to the meet.  Please park in Lot 18 by the Rec Center.  Go Eagles!

Announcements  January 22  –NO SCHOOL

Announcements

January 19, 2018

 What’s Cooking at NDA: Chicken Parmesan.

From the Counseling Center

Today is the last day to make schedule changes.

The final Dine & Do lunch and learn series of the school year will take place on Tuesday. Please sign up via the Google Form that was emailed to you. A free lunch is provided to all attendees, but please remember to bring your own beverage. The deadline to sign-up is Monday.

From the Campus Ministry Office

If you have any service hour questions, please stop by room 111 during lunch today to talk with Mrs. Smith

Wednesday at 7:30am in Fitz Commons will be an hour of service making Valentines’ Day cards for the nursing home occupants. Be there to help and to earn an hour of service!

There will be a meeting for juniors and seniors interested in the spring break service trip to Myrtle Beach on Tuesday during lunch in room 111.

FEMININE GENIUS (show logo)

The countdown to the Embracing Our Feminine Genius symposium continues! Posters are posted and Instagram is gramming! Follow us on Instagram at Fem_Genius_NDA for fun updates and celebrations of the feminine genius at NDA.

In Club News

Today is the first Current Events Club meeting of 2018! Go to room 305 today during lunch to have some fun playing a Current Events Kahoot and snacking on delicious treats! Bring your lunch!

The Asian Club will meet today during lunch in room 307.

SFS Musical

The First Rehearsal for WEST SIDE STORY is this Sunday from 2 to 5pm in the St. Francis Cafeteria.  Come ready to DANCE!  Bring any schedule conflicts that you have between now and May 6th with you in writing.

Sports

Attention all broomball players: practice is tonight at 10 at Tam O Shanter. Please arrive by 9:30 and be ready to go on the ice at 10 sharp. If you have any questions, contact Coach Mark.

Good luck to our sports teams in action this weekend.  Today, diver Kate Stapleton competes in the TRAC Diving Championship at Fremont Ross.  On Saturday, our swimmers compete at the TRAC Swimming Championship at Fremont Ross, our bowlers are at Southwyck Lanes, our gymnastics team competes in the Maumee Panther Invite at Exceleration Gymnastics Center, and our indoor track and field team competes in the Sid Sink High School Open at BGSU.  Our 7th and 8th grade basketball team also competes this weekend. Go Eagles!

Announcements

January 18, 2018

Schedule 2 (Announcements at 9:35)

What’s Cooking at NDA: Cheese tortellini in a garlic butter sauce.

From the Counseling Center

Friday is the last day to make schedule changes.

From the Campus Ministry Office

Juniors and seniors, if you have any interest in serving in Myrtle Beach over your spring break, make sure to come to the information meeting on Tuesday in room 111 during lunch!

Next Wednesday will be an hour of service during Campus Ministry Morning at 7:30am in Fitz Commons.

Mrs. Smith will be in room 111 tomorrow during lunch to help with entering service hours.

Remember service hours are due on March 16, which is about two months away. Please make sure you are completing and entering your required number of hours. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Smith.

Lit Magazine

Mrs. Walker will be selling copies of the NDA’s literary magazine, Playing with Words, this week during flex in room 106 for those who would like an actual hard copy for the bargain price of $1.  It will also be posted on NDA’s website next week.

Club News

French Club is meeting in room 307 today during lunch. They will have games and a raffle! Don’t miss out on the fun and join them today.

Sports

Good luck to our varsity and JV basketball teams as they begin the second half of their TRAC schedule today at Clay.  The JV game starts at 6 followed by the varsity.  Go Eagles!

Announcements

January 17, 2018

Schedule 4 (10:14)

What’s Cooking at NDA: The Eagle Bowl.

From the Counseling Center

The final Dine & Do lunch and learn series of the school year will take place on Tuesday. Please sign up via the Google Form that was emailed to you. A free lunch is provided to all attendees, but please remember to bring your own beverage. The deadline to sign-up is Monday.

From the Campus Ministry Office

Mrs. Smith will be in room 111 Friday during lunch to help with service hours. Please stop by if you need help inputting hours into noblehour or if you have any questions.

Are you over 16 and looking for a spring break service trip? There will be an informational meeting Tuesday during lunch to learn about this year’s opportunity for all interested students!

Attention all students attending the March for Life: There is a mandatory meeting during lunch today in room 111 to give you all of your last minute details. Please bring your lunch.

Also, turn in your completed green slip to the Campus Ministry office by the end of the day today. You cannot attend the trip without it.

From the Feminine Genius Planning Committee: (SHOW LOGO)

The Feminine Genius planning committee, which is comprised of your fellow NDA students, has been working hard all year planning the Student Symposium next week. Mrs. Morgan said, “We are excited to debut today our inspiring logo for the event. The logo was designed by Rylee Harper and will be featured around the school on posters! Look for the sunflower!”

There will be more upcoming emails and announcements regarding this exciting day next week!

Class Level News

Attention Juniors and Seniors!  The first Prom Decorations meeting will be Thursday during lunch in room 208.  Make sure you bring your lunch!

Club News

The Minds Matter Club will have its first meeting of the semester tomorrow, Thursday, January 18 in room 105 during lunch to enjoy snacks and play games that promote mental health wellness! They hope you can join them for the fun!

Spirit Store

Christmas Dance T-Shirts, Class of 2019 and Class of 2021 orders are in and can be picked up in the spirit store today during Flex Time and Lunch.

Sports

Congratulations to the Gymnastics team on their solid performance in the Patrick Henry Invite this past weekend, placing 4th out of 10 teams.  Also congratulations to Maddie Humbles, winning the uneven bars event and the all-around title.

The Aqua Eagles fell to Fremont Ross Tuesday night. Senior Cassidy Wilson had a pair of 1st place finishes in the 200 yard individual medley and the 100 yard freestyle. Freshman Kate Stapleton won diving with a score of 193.45. Lauren Deutschman had a personal best in the 500 yard freestyle with a time of 5:54.66. The Eagles will head back to Fremont on Saturday to compete for the TRAC title.

There will be a meeting today at the beginning of lunch in Coach Smith’s room, room 116, to discuss the winter conditioning program for anyone interested in playing soccer next year.

If you are interested in playing but unable to attend, please let Coach Smith know.

Announcements

January 16, 2018

 What’s Cooking at NDA: Create Your Own Taco Salad

From the Counseling Center

The final Dine & Do lunch and learn series of the school year will take place on Tuesday, January 23rd. Please sign up via the Google Form that was emailed to you. A free lunch is provided to all attendees, but please remember to bring your own beverage. The deadline to sign-up will be Monday, January 22nd.

From the Campus Ministry Office

There will not be adoration in the chapel today during flex time. Please feel free to still utilize the chapel to pray and spend time with the Lord in the tabernacle.

Attention all students attending the March for Life: There will be a mandatory meeting tomorrow during lunch to go over some last minute details. Location will be determined.

IB:

All sophomores wanting to take an IB course next year or wants to learn how it can benefit them needs to meet with Ms. Joseph before the end of January. Sign up times are on her door. She will make sure to get to all sophomores before registration.

Times are available in the evening should your parents wish to be part of your meeting. Please email Ms. Joseph for times.

If your IB registration form is signed and ready to turn in, an extension has been given until January 31st. Please get them in as soon as you can. Forms are found only in Ms. Joseph’s office.

From the desk of Mr. Coppens:

Guess what? NDA now has a recycling program!!! In the very near future there will be new blue bins in every classroom, and four large blue bins in the dining commons, lobby d, and Sr. Carol hall. Please put any paper, cardboard, plastic bottles, and metal cans in them. Look for leap club members nearby the bins during lunch to help identify what materials are recyclable. Remember when you refuse to reuse, it’s our earth you abuse! Don’t trash our future…recycle! Thanks for doing your part.

EXEC Student Council

Because of the snow day on Friday, Exec Student Council has extended Ohana-thon mini dance marathon sales. Tickets will be sold today at lunch as advertised, but they will also be sold at lunch on Wednesday. Please get your tickets early!

Remember, the donation is $10, but the fun is priceless.

Sports

In bowling, the Gold Team bowled St. Ursula and swept the match winning 4 points.  Senior Dana Kaminski bowled her highest series of the season with games of 186, 160 & 191 for a 537 series.  The girls as a team also bowled their highest scratch game with scores of Emily Manner, 192; Dana Kaminski 191; Yasmin Wassel 189 & Erynn Carpenter 184 for a 756 game.

The Blue Team and Blue/Gold Team bowled against each other, and the Blue/Gold Team won three out of four points.  Junior Kaitlyn Tolson led her team with a 464 series with games of 169, 168 & 127.  The Blue Team won the last game with a 200 game from Sydney Fahrer (pronounced Far) and a 183 from Reegan Denton.

Also congratulations to Sydney Fahrer (Far) for coming in second place in the “Queen of the Hill” match adding to her scholarship account.

The freshman basketball team won 34-18 over St. Ursula.

For anyone interested in playing soccer next fall, there will be a meeting in Coach Smith’s room, room 116, Wednesday at lunch to discuss the winter conditioning program. Please let Coach Smith if you are interested but cannot attend!

Good luck to our swimming and diving team today as the travel to Fremont Ross to take on the Little Giants.  Go Eagles!

And now to Spotlight on the Arts

January 12  No School

Announcements

January 11, 2018

 What’s Cooking at NDA: The Pasta Bowl.

There will be a bake sale in the Dining Commons today during lunch.  All items are 50 cents.

From the Campus Ministry Office

Attention all students attending the March for Life: There will be a mandatory meeting tomorrow during lunch to go over some last minute details. Location will be determined, please stay tuned.

Sports

Attention varsity volleyball players- if you haven’t yet signed your team banner, please go to the athletic office during student flex time or lunch today to do so.

ccording to Coach Strassner, there will be track practice today. Also, the team is registered for the Findlay Track Meet on Saturday. Be sure and check with your coaches today to see if you are entered. The team will go, weather permitting, and that final decision will be made on Friday.

Good luck to our basketball teams today as they play at St. Ursula.

The freshmen tip off at 4:30 pm followed by the JV and varsity.

Everyone get over to SUA today to cheer on our basketball teams!  Go Eagles!

Announcements

January 10, 2018

Schedule 4 (10:14)

What’s Cooking at NDA: Walking Taco.

There will be a bake sale in the Dining Commons Thursday during lunch.  All items are 50 cents.

From the Campus Ministry Office

Yes Project Winter Day of Service Applications are available in the Campus Ministry office. Please stop by to pick one up if you are interested in participating.

Attention all of those attending the March for Life: Today is the last day to sign up for a room. If you do not, Mrs. Jakubisin will be assigning your room. Please stop by the campus ministry office to sign up.

Mrs. Jakubisin needs help for next Thursday’s Mass for Life. Please contact her if you are interested.

Madyson Zoltowski and Lauren Myers please go to the Campus Ministry office after announcements to see Mrs. Jakubisin.

Spirit Store

Class of 2019 Lace Up Hoodies & Car Stickers and Class of 2021 re-prints are in!  Please stop by the spirit store during SFT or Lunch today to pick up your items.

Sports

The freshman basketball team had recent victories against Fremont Ross 36-12 and against Rogers 40-29.

Announcements

January 9, 2018 (Club Picture Day)

What’s Cooking at NDA: Spaghetti and Meatballs

There will be a bake sale in Dining Commons during lunch on Thursday.  All items will be 50 cents.

Class Level News

Class of 2019 Lace Up Hoodies & Car Stickers and Class of 2021 re-prints are in!  Please stop by the spirit store during SFT or Lunch today to pick up your items.

Campus Ministry

Attention all of those attending the March for Life: There will be a sheet to sign up for your room on the Campus Ministry door today. Please stop by and sign yourself up.

Mrs. Jakubisin is looking for help with next Thursday’s Mass for Life. If you are interested, please contact Mrs. Jakubisin.

Adoration will take place today during flex in the chapel. Feel free to join in for part or all of flex time!

Club News

The January Math League contest is today in Room 310 during the lunch period.

Ms. Nelson said, “The last one was very challenging!  Hopefully we’ll do better tomorrow!  I’ll bring the fruit – you bring the brains!”

The first Power of the Pen meeting of the semester will be today in room 203 during lunch. In order to attend this meeting, you must have three things: a lunch, a pen, and a brain.

Sports

The Aqua Eagles competed at the Subway Rocket Invite on Saturday.  The Eagles placed 9th out of 15 teams. Senior Cassidy Wilson led the team and dominated her events.  Wilson posted solid wins in the 200 yard freestyle and 500 yard freestyle.  Other great swims were by Julia Nichols, Cassidy Scheuer, and Julia Loeb.

In bowling, each of our teams won one game on Saturday.

For the Blue Team, Sydney Fahrer was high scorer for the day with games of 179, 177 & 186 for a 542 series, which is her highest series. The Blue team bowled Toledo Tech Academy and had to spot 200 pins which was difficult to overcome. The Blue team was in second place before Saturday’s results.

The Gold team bowled Northview #1.  Erynn Carpenter led her team with a 496 series.  Yasmin Wassel also bowled well with a 491 series.

Autumn Rowan was high scorer on her team with a 459 series.  Kaitlyn Tolson added a 162 game, and Jazmine Burkes bowled a 157 game.

There will be practice on Tuesday, and the girls will bowl in the city team tournament on Sunday at Rossford Lanes at 1:30.

JV Basketball

NDA – 76

Rogers – 33

Alex Wolfe led with 17 points

This week, there will be track practice on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30-5:30. IF temperatures warm up considerable on Thursday, you might run outside. On Saturday the team is planning on attending the indoor track meet at Findlay University.

Announcements

January 8, 2018

What’s Cooking at NDA:

IB

Any sophomore who has not had a chance to see Ms. Joseph about potentially taking IB should sign up for a time immediately or email her to find a time that works. You must see her in order to take any IB class for next year. Please check her door for more times.

If you are a sophomore who has already met with Ms. Joseph, you should turn in your IB registration form as soon as you have the proper signatures.

Freshmen interested in IB will start meeting with Ms. Joseph January 16th. It is important you meet with her to be sure you are on track with the courses needed.

Announcements

January 5, 2018

 What’s Cooking at NDA:

IB

Any sophomore who has not had a chance to see Ms. Joseph about potentially taking IB should sign up for a time immediately or email her to find a time that works. You must see her in order to take any IB class for next year. Please check her door for more times.

If you are a sophomore who has already met with Ms. Joseph, you should turn in your IB registration form as soon as you have the proper signatures.

Freshmen interested in IB will start meeting with Ms. Joseph January 16th. It is important you meet with her to be sure you are on track with the courses needed.

Announcements

January 4, 2018

 

What’s Cooking at NDA: The Eagle Bowl.

From the Campus Ministry Office

Attention all of those attending the March for Life: There will be a sheet to sign up for your room on the Campus Ministry door today. Please sign up as soon as possible.

IB

Any sophomore who has not had a chance to see Ms. Joseph about potentially taking IB should sign up for a time immediately or email her to find a time that works. You must see her in order to take any IB class for next year. Please check her door for more times.

If you are a sophomore who has already met with Ms. Joseph, you should turn in your IB registration form as soon as you have the proper signatures.

Freshmen interested in IB will start meeting with Ms. Joseph January 16th. It is important you meet with her to be sure you are on track with the courses needed.

Speech Team

All speech team members should check in with Mrs. Sanders today at flex or lunch.

Natalie Diver see Mrs. Sanders at flex.

Anyone in advanced drama see Mrs. Sanders at flex or lunch.

Sports

In bowling over break, the Blue Team won 3 out of 4 points against Otsego.  Sydney led her team with high game and a 494 series.  Chloe had the next high game of 168.

The Blue/Gold Team won 1 point against St. Francis.  Jazmine bowled most pins over her average with a 396 series.

Finally, the Gold Team bowled Toledo Tech Academy, and Erynn bowled a 504 series.

Also congratulations to Sydney who bowled a 201 in the “Queen of the Hill Match,” winning first place.  Reegan also took second place scholarship dollars.

And continuing in bowling, congratulations to Reegan Denton & Jim Gorski who finished first in the handicap “C” division and Chloe Kozal and Coach Shari who finished right behind them in second place in the Adult/Youth Tournament that was held at Toledo Sports Center.  Reegan and Jim will be invited to attend the awards banquet in May to receive their trophy.  Chloe will also receive a medallion for her second place finish!

The aqua Eagles defeated the Oak Harbor Rockets on December 19th with a score of 121-86. The Eagles won 8 out of the 12 events. Julia Nichols (200 freestyle and 100 breaststroke) and Cassidy Wilson (200 individual medley and 100 backstroke) each had two individual 1st place finishes. Kate Stapleton (1M diving), Cassidy Scheuer (100 yard butterfly) and Katie Ohns (500 yard freestyle) also added individual 1st place finishes. The team of Julia Loeb, Lauren Deutschman, Katie Ohns and Cassidy Wilson won the 400 yard freestyle relay with a time of 4:06.38. In the 200 yard freestyle relay the Eagles took a close 2nd place with a time of 1:49.62.

The team also took on the Napoleon Wildcats on December 28th and fell with a score of 131-54. Senior Cassidy Wilson had a lone first place finish in the 200 yard freestyle with a time of 2:00.06. Katie Ohns took home two 2nd place finishes in the 100 yard butterfly and the 500 yard freestyle. The team of Loeb, Deutschman, Ohns and Wilson placed 2nd in the 400 yard freestyle relay with a time of 4:10.22. Also placing 2nd in the 200 yard medley relay was the team of Deutschman, Nichols, Ohns and Scheuer with a time of 2:10.12.

And finally, the aqua Eagles competed against the Perkins Pirates Tuesday night and fell short 77 to 106. Senior Julia Nichols took a first in the 200 yard freestyle with a time of 2:16.19. Katie Ohns and junior Julia Loeb placed 1-2 in the 100 yard butterfly. Lauren Deutschman placed first in the 100 yard backstroke. Sophomore Hannah Gomez teamed up with Deutschman, Ohns and Loeb to win the 200 yard freestyle relay. Sydney Clay had a personal best in the 200 yard freestyle. Olivia Dickman also had a personal best in the 200 yard individual medley.

Due to extreme cold temperatures, Broomball practice for tonight is CANCELLED, practice resumes Monday night.

There will be track practice today from 3:30-5:30. At practice a decision will be made whether we go to Defiance College on Friday for their indoor meet, so check in with the coaches at practice.

Good luck to our basketball teams today as they travel to Fremont Ross for TRAC contests.  The freshmen tip-off at 4:45 followed by the JV and varsity.

Go Eagles!

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