News, announcements &dates

KEEP UP WITH ALL THE LATEST NEWS AND STORIES FROM NDA!

Announcements

Announcements

19 February 2019

 

What’s Cooking at NDA? The New Baked Potato Bar

From Testing Coordinator Mrs. Clark

Tomorrow is a mandatory day of testing for the entire Freshman, Sophomore and Junior classes. Juniors and Sophomores will be taking the ACT, and Freshmen are taking the pre ACT.

You must be in your assigned room no later than 8:05. There are signs hung throughout the building that direct you to which room you will be testing in. Testing will begin promptly at 8:15, and you must be in your school uniform.

Please bring:

Two #2 sharpened pencils,

a calculator,

and a snack and drink for the break.

Freshmen will complete testing around 11:30-11:45, and Juniors and Sophomores will end around 12:30-12:45. You will be dismissed for the rest of the day after your TCB has completed their testing.

You may wait for rides in the Dining Hall or Lobby D.

Good Luck on testing!

In Class Level News

Attention Juniors and Seniors! The next prom decorations meeting is Thursday during lunch in room 208.  Bring your lunch and creativity!

Club News

French Club will meet today during lunch in room 307. There will be a fun activity and food! Bring a friend and join them.

ASL Club will meet Thursday during lunch in room 306 – all are welcome and bring a friend.

SJJ Musical

SJJ is among the first high schools in the world to perform the award-winning Disney’s Newsies.  This fun and powerful musical about brotherhood and the fight for social justice in the true story of the 1899 New York City Newsboys’ strike is the quintessential SJJ show. You will not want to miss this one.

Performance dates and times are as follows:

Friday, March 15 at 7 pm

Saturday, March 16 at 2 pm and at 7 pm

And Sunday, March 17 at 2 pm

Seats are $10, $12 or $14 (plus a $2 Valentine Theatre box office fee).  Getting tickets is very easy.  You may:

(1) call the Valentine Theatre Box Office at 419.242.2787

(2) purchase tickets online at www.valentinetheatre.com (additional fees may apply); or

(3) visit the Valentine Theatre box office at the corner of Adams and Superior Streets in Downtown Toledo between 9:00am and 5:00pm Monday through Friday.

Sports

The swim team placed 11th overall at the district.

Freshman Lauren Chytil had a 4th place finish in the 200 Yard Freestyle, swimming a career best 1:57.94. She also placed 7th in the 100 Yard Freestyle.

Fellow freshman Michaela Desmond took a 6th place finish in the 100 Yard Butterfly (59.34), and placed 9th in the 100 Yard Backstroke.

Paige Reece swam a season best in the 50 Yard Freestyle with a time of 25.50.

Iliana Calcamuggio took another three seconds off with a final time of 2:24.04.

Victoria Barkhimer (5:32.71) and Lauren Deutschman (5:35.30) swam season best in the 500 Yard Freestyles.

Parker Boyd dropped more time in the 100 Yard Breaststroke with a final time of 1:13.89. Senior Julia Loeb swam in her final meet, splitting 27.00 and 59.14 in both of the Freestyle relays.
Congratulations Eagles on a great season!

The Freshman Basketball team finished the Season with a win at St. Ursula 38-16.

Track conditioning and practice for this week will be today and Thursday 3:50-5:00.

The last regular indoor meet of the season is at Defiance College on Sunday. Those who wish to run should see Coach Strassner today to register.

Also, there will be a brief meeting on Thursday immediately after school for all those student athletes who want to be on the outdoor track team this spring. Practice and meet schedules will be handed out.

Also remember on Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 6:30pm Mr. Snyder will be having the Spring Sports meeting at 6:30pm. Athletes and a parent are required to attend.

Announcements

14 February 2019

Schedule 3 (announcements at 9:38)

 

What’s Cooking at NDA? The Eagle Bowl

From the Campus Ministry Office

If you are interested in being on either Retreat or Evangelization team next year applications are in the Campus Ministry office and are due by next Thursday!

From IB Coordinator Ms. Joseph

Any sophomore who wants to take an IB course next year must turn in a registration form to Ms. Joseph. Please see her if you need help with this.

Any freshmen who want to take IB in the future, please see Ms. Joseph to go over possibilities for IB.

Academic News

Are you taking the ACT this month?  If so, the Testing and Education Reference Center is a website that contains ACT prep courses and practice tests.  You can access all of these tools by visiting www.NDAresource.center and clicking on “Reference Databases & E-books.”  Please see Mrs. Smithers in the Resource Center if you have any questions.

EXEC

If you ordered a Valentine’s Dance shirt, please pick up your shirt today during flex in room 104.

Also, anyone who is in the Variety Show: Please go to room 104 TODAY during flex to talk to Ms. Martis and Mrs. Walker.

Club News

The JV Quiz Bowl Team handily beat Cardinal Stritch 160 to 30 in a meet here at NDA. Playing only two players to Stritch’s four, NDA’s Varsity Quiz Bowl team had a very close match, losing 140 to 145 in the final question. Isabel Nester was the top scorer in the JV game with 65 points for tossups, and Natalie Nester the top scorer in the varsity game with 70 points for tossups.

Spring Play Auditions

If you are interested in auditioning for the spring play, there will be an informational meeting about the play itself, auditions, rehearsal schedule, and what the commitment involves. The meeting will be ______________ in the Green Room and is not mandatory.  Auditions will be next week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday after school.

Sports

Softball tryouts and mandatory practices for the 2019 season begin Monday, February 18 from

6-8 pm in the gym. In order to practice and tryout, candidates must be cleared in PRIVIT.
Practice times for the rest of the first week will be sent via group email to all players and parents on the coaches list.

Softball and lacrosse tryouts and mandatory rowing starts on Monday.  Be sure that you are cleared in PRIVIT to participate and check our website for the tryout and practice schedule.  See Mr. Snyder with questions.

Good luck to our basketball teams today in their final triple header of the season at St. Ursula. The freshman game starts at 4:30 pm, followed by JV and varsity.  Cheer on our Eagles vs. our rivals!

Good luck to our teams in action this weekend!

On Saturday, our swimmers compete at Districts at BGSU at 3 pm and our broomball team has games outside at Ottawa Park at 9:30 pm and 11 pm.

On Sunday, our indoor track and field team competes in a meet at BGSU at noon. Go Eagles!

Announcements

13 February 2019

Schedule 2 (announcements at 9:33)

 

What’s Cooking at NDA? BBQ Popcorn Chicken

From the Campus Ministry Office

If you are interested in helping lead retreats next year or in learning how to share your faith with others, you should apply for a FIAT team! Applications are in the Campus Ministry Office!

Catholic Youth Summer Camp is a wonderful way to grow deeper in your faith. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Jakubisin.

Academic News

Are you going to be taking the ACT this month?  If so, NDA has a valuable resource to help you prepare.  The Testing and Education Reference Center is a website that contains ACT prep courses and practice tests.  You can access all of these tools by visiting www.NDAresource.center and clicking on “Reference Databases & E-books.”  Please see Mrs. Smithers in the Resource Center if you have any questions.

Summer Academy Video (Health)

Spring Play Auditions

Although rehearsals will start in mid-March, Spring Play auditions will be next week.  The auditions will be for high school students. The play is a comedy called:

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery. Audition times are after school on Tuesday, Feb. 19, Wednesday, Feb. 20 (right after testing) and on Thursday, Feb. 21. Callbacks will be Friday, Feb. 22.  Mrs. Sanders will have information sheets available in the Green Room after school.

Sports

The varsity basketball team fell short on Monday against Rogers 50-57.  The Eagles were led by Jala Johnson with 18 points. The JV team defeated Rogers 52–34. Julia Webb led with 15 points.

Varsity Coach Galloway said, “The NDA Basketball program would like to thank all of the students, faculty and staff who came out Monday night and supported the teams.  The atmosphere that you helped create was second to none.  Please continue to support the program as bigger and better things are coming as tournament time begins next week.”

Our divers competed at the OHSAA District Meet yesterday at BGSU. Kate Stapleton finished 14th, Lizzie Garver finished 30th, & Addie Crawford finished 32nd.  Great job to all of our divers on a nice season!

Softball tryouts and mandatory practices for the 2019 season begin Monday, February 18 from 6-8 pm in the gym. In order to practice and tryout, candidates must be cleared in PRIVIT.
Practice times for the rest of the first week will be sent via group email to all players and parents on the coaches list.

Tomorrow, our basketball teams have their last games of the regular season at St. Ursula.  The freshmen game starts at 4:30 pm followed by the JV and varsity.  Get out to SUA tomorrow to cheer on our basketball teams against our rival! Admission is $5 for students and $7 for adults. Go Eagles!

Announcements

12 February 2019

 

What’s Cooking at NDA? BBQ Popcorn Chicken and Mac and Cheese

From the Campus Ministry Office

Adoration will take place today during flex time in the chapel. (if there is a delay you don’t need to announce this)

If you are interested in helping lead retreats next year or in learning how to share your faith with others, you should apply for a FIAT team! Applications are in the Campus Ministry Office!

If you are interested in going deeper in your faith this summer, you should think about attending Catholic Youth Summer Camp! If you are interested, please see Mrs. Jakubisin.

Academic News

Are you going to be taking the ACT this month?  If so, NDA has a valuable resource to help you prepare.  The Testing and Education Reference Center is a website that contains ACT prep courses and practice tests.  You can access all of these tools by visiting www.NDAresource.center and clicking on “Reference Databases & E-books.”  Please see Mrs. Smithers in the Resource Center if you have any questions.

Summer Academy Video (Health)

Spring Play Auditions

Although rehearsals will start in mid-March, Spring play auditions will be next week.  The auditions will be for high school students. The play is a comedy called THE FARNDALE AVENUE HOUSING ESTATE TOWNSWOMEN’S GUILD DRAMATIC SOCIETY MURDER MYSTERY. Audition times are after school on Tues Feb 19th, Wed Feb 20th (right after testing) and on Thursday Feb. 21st. Callbacks will be Friday the 22nd.  Mrs. Sanders will have info sheets available in the Green Room after school on Tuesday and throughout the week.

Announcements

11 February 2019

 

What’s Cooking at NDA? Walking Taco

From the Campus Ministry Office

Are you interested in helping lead retreats next year? How about learning how to share your faith with others? If so, you should apply for a FIAT team! Applications are in the Campus Ministry Office!

If you are interested in going deeper in your faith this summer, think about attending Catholic Youth Summer Camp! If you are interested, please see Mrs. Jakubisin.

In Class Level News

From the Sophomore Class: Attention all club presidents: If your club would like to donate a basket for Mardi Gras, please email jpetty21@nda.org for more information.

Club News

Pep Club reminds you that tonight’s basketball game vs Rogers is a GOLD out. Be there and be ready to cheer!

Art Club is hosting a calligraphy visual journal meeting in room 202 tomorrow after school. Join them for a fun and creative time!

Sports

The Aqua Eagles competed in the sectional meet this past Saturday. The 200-yard medley relay started off strong with a 1:58.64 swam by Lauren Deuteschman, Tori Barkheimer, Paige Reese, and Iliana Calcamuggio.

Freshman Lauren Chytil had top 3 finishes in the women’s 100 and 200 yard freestyles swimming season bests in both events.

Congrats to freshman Iliana Calcamuggio (2:27.72) and Parker Boyd (2:31.12) in the 200-yard Individual medley for personal best times.

In the girls 100-yard butterfly, three Eagles placed in the top 10- Michaela Desmond finished fourth, followed by Paige Reese in 5th, and Cassidy Scheuer in 9th. Senior Julia Loeb swam a personal best in the girls 100-yard freestyle with a time of 59.42.

For the 500-yard freestyle, all four eagles entered to swim scored in the top 16: these swimmers are Tori Barkheimer, Ava Lutz, Lauren Deutschman, and Ellen Shern.

The team of Michaela Desmond, Julia Loeb, Paige Reese, and Lauren Chytil placed fifth in the 200-yard freestyle relay with a 1:46.53.

In the girls 100-yard backstroke, Michaela Desmond placed 4th overall and Iliana Calcamuggio placed 10th. Parker Boyd swam a personal best with 1:14.64 for an 11th place finish in the 100 breaststroke.

In the 400-free relay, the eagles finished strong with Desmond, Deutschmann, Loeb, and Chytil placing 4th overall.

Congrats Eagles on a great meet!  The Aqua eagles will be swimming at the District meet on Saturday at BGSU.

Notre Dame Eagle Storm won its first broomball game (4-1) against Bowsher snow mercy with 2 goals from Hannah Rattigan, 1 from Miracle Burt and 1 from Natalie nester but lost the second game (1-2) against Northview with a penalty shot being scored by Megan Cunningham.

Indoor track conditioning and practice will be on Tuesday & Thursday this week. Check in with Coach Strassner on Tuesday about signing up for the BGSU on Sunday.

Sports Schedule

Good luck to Kate Stapleton, Lizzie Garver, and Addie Crawford tomorrow at the District Diving Meet at BGSU at 9:30 am!

Good luck to our varsity and JV basketball teams today in the battle of Toledo vs. Rogers High School! The game is sold out so you cannot attend if you do not have a ticket.  If you took a free student ticket and are now not going, please bring your ticket to the Athletics office during lunch so we can give it to someone that can use it.  You must bring your ticket to get in.  The doors open at 5 pm and the JV game starts at 6 pm followed by the varsity game at 7:30 pm. The varsity game will be broadcast live on BCSN and it is a Gold Out! Go Eagles!

Announcements

8 February 2019

 

What’s Cooking at NDA? Chicken Parmesan.

From the Counseling Center

Are you in the mood for an early Valentine’s treat?  If so, drop off your registration packet in the main lobby today! The counselors are available during SFT to collect your packet and answer any questions you may have. Remember, all packets must be signed by your parent and turned in by Thursday, February 14th. Beat the rush and drop off your packets today!

From the Campus Ministry Office

Happy Friday, girls! Campus Ministry will be hosting another fellowship Friday today!

PLAY VIDEO

Also, don’t forget to stop by the office to take a picture with the wings you helped to make!

Academic News

Are you going to be taking the ACT this month?  If so, NDA has a valuable resource to help you prepare.  The Testing and Education Reference Center is a website that contains ACT prep courses and practice tests.  You can access all of these tools by visiting www.NDAresource.center and clicking on “Reference Databases & E-books.”  Please see Mrs. Smithers in the Resource Center if you have any questions.

Ms. Cullum

Here is Ms. Cullum with a special announcement…

PLAY VIDEO

Club News

Art Club is hosting a calligraphy visual journal meeting in room 202 after school on February 12. Join them for a fun and creative time!

The video game club will be meeting today in the Resource Center during lunch to play games on the Nintendo Switch; bring a packed lunch if attending.  Please note that the Resource Center will be closed during lunch due to this meeting.

Speech Team News

There is an important Speech and Debate meeting for those going to Nat Quals today during Flex time in the Green Room!

Sports

The varsity basketball team defeated Fremont Ross last night 58-22.  The team was led in scoring by Jala Johnson with 19 and Grace VanSlooten with 15.  Next up for the Eagles is Rogers, at home, this Monday.  The JV will start at 6:00 with varsity at 7:30.

The JV basketball team also defeated Fremont Ross last night 47- 22. Aubrey Zmuda led with 12 points.

And the freshman basketball team completed the sweep, beating Fremont Ross 27-17.

Sports Schedule

Notre Dame Academy does not have any tickets remaining for this Monday’s home basketball games vs. Rogers.  If you got your free ticket or purchased tickets and no longer can use them, please return your free ticket to the athletic office and stop by at the end of the day for us to buy back any paid tickets.  We have people that can use them.

Good luck to our sports teams in action this weekend.  Today, our gymnastics team completes in the TRAC Championship at Exceleration Gymnastics Center.  The meet starts at 6:30 pm and admission prices are $5 for students and $7 for adults.  On Saturday, swimmers compete in the Sectional Meet at Fremont Ross High School at 11 am and our broomball team has games at 10 pm and 12 am at Tam-O-Shanter.  Our indoor track team heads out to two meets on Sunday at SPIRE and at the University of Tiffin.

Also, good luck to our JA basketball teams this weekend.  Our 7th & 8th grade team has their first CYO tourney game and our 7th grade team continues CYO league play.  Go Eagles!

Athletes of the Week

This week we have two athletes of the week.  First up is varsity swimmer and junior Lauren Deutschman.  Lauren swims distance and the backstroke.  She is the high point scorer for the team.  According to Head Swimming Coach Lori Yaross: “Lauren has a true passion for swimming.  She sets a goal and works hard to achieve it.  Lauren is a leader on the team through her actions and work ethic. Lauren pushes through sets in practice that seem outrageous, but gives the strength she has that day to achieve it.”

Next up is senior swimmer Sydney Clay.  Sydney swims sprint freestyle and brings happiness to the team.  According to Head Swimming Coach Lori Yaross: “Sydney loves being part of the swim team.  She cares for all her teammates and wants to see everyone succeed. She always has a smile on her face and puts others first. Sydney is a leader through her action of love for her team and teammates.”

Congratulations to Lauren Deutschman and Sydney Clay, this week’s Athletes of the Week!

Announcements

7 February 2019

 

What’s Cooking at NDA? The Eagle Bowl.

From the Campus Ministry Office

Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Jakubisin invite those interested in FIAT for next year to a meeting today

PLAY VIDEO

Tomorrow is Friday, which means fellowship Friday is back! Join Campus Ministry tomorrow during flex to make valentines, take pictures in front of our NDA wings, and enjoy a treat!

Mrs. Smithers is looking for some volunteers to help out at Imagination Station and earn some service hours. Sign up on the Campus Ministry door by lunch time today if you would like to participate.

Class Level News

Attention Juniors and Seniors: The first prom decorations committee meeting will be held today during lunch in room 208. Bring your lunch and your ideas.

From the Sophomore Class: Attention all club presidents: If your club would like to donate a basket for Mardi Gras, please email jpetty21@nda.org for more information.

Club News

Attention all Fashion Club members in all grades 7-12!

There will be a fashion club meeting TODAY during lunch in the back of Sister Carol Hall, so grab your lunch and your friends and be there.

The Video Game Club will be meeting tomorrow in the Resource Center during lunch to play games on the Nintendo Switch. Please bring a packed lunch and meet them there. Please note that the Resource Center will be closed during lunch due to this meeting.

The Dance Team will perform at the Regional competition Sunday morning at 9:20, 10:15, and 11:05 at Southview High School.  Cheer them on as they compete against other area high schools for the chance to go to the State Finals in March! Admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.

Sports

Ladies, if you took a free student ticket for Monday’s home basketball games vs. Rogers and now cannot go, please return your ticket to Mr. Snyder in the athletic office as he will make sure someone that wants to go can use it.

Good luck to our varsity, JV, and freshmen basketball teams in their TRAC contests at Fremont Ross.

Announcements

6 February 2019

Schedule 3 (announcements at 9:38)

 

What’s Cooking at NDA? Beef Stroganoff

From the Campus Ministry

Attention Students: If you have any interest in being on FIAT next year, please attend the informational meeting on Thursday in Fitz Commons during lunch.

Academic News

The NDA Math Circle will meet Thursday from 3:10 to 4:35 in room 301 to examine the math used with cookies and cookie jars.  Please RSVP to Mrs. Funk or Mrs. Miller by today if you plan to attend so they have enough treats for everyone attending!

NDA Math Circle is for 7th, 8th and 9th grade students and explores math in a variety of ways.

In Class Level News

Senior Class Student Council Officers have continued the Food Drive due to all the snow days last week. As a reminder, NDA and other local schools are holding a food drive to help the food insecure families in our area. The drive is this week, so please bring non-perishable items to the boxes in the Main Lobby. All proceeds are going to the Seagate Food Center downtown.

Sports

Attention Students, Faculty, and Staff: Today is the day to get your free ticket for Monday’s home basketball games vs. Rogers.  The orange NDA student tickets are for NDA students only and will be available starting at lunch in the main office lobby.  Be sure to get your ticket today as tickets will go on sale tomorrow starting at 9 am to the general public.  All tickets are $6.  Please see Mr. Snyder with questions.

Closing

Jamie Jenkins and Erin Burke please report to the Business Office after announcements.

The following girls please report to the main office after announcements:

Names

The following girls please report to the attendance window after announcements:

Names

Announcements

5 February 2019

 

What’s Cooking at NDA?

From the Campus Ministry Office

There will be adoration during flex time today in the chapel.

There are two major volunteer opportunities taking place in Feb that are looking for students to help out. Please see the Campus Ministry door if you are interested.

If you are interested in being on FIAT next year, there will be an information meeting in Fitz Commons during lunch on Thursday. Bring your lunch and come find out what FIAT is all about!

Happy Chinese New Year

International News:

Happy Chinese New Year!

We want to wish everyone, especially our International students, Happy Chinese New Year!

Here is some information about this important holiday.

Chinese New Year, which is also called the Lunar New Year or ‘Spring Festival’, is China’s most important festival and holiday time. Chinese New Year 2019 falls on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, beginning a year of the Pig. China’s public holiday will be February 4–10, 2019.

The main Chinese New Year activities include 1) putting up decorations, 2) eating reunion dinner with family on New Year’s Eve, 3) firecrackers and fireworks, and 4) giving red envelopes and other gifts.

Every street, building, and house where Spring Festival is celebrated is decorated with red. Red is the main color for the festival, as red is believed to be a lucky color. Red Chinese lanterns hang in streets; red couplets are pasted on doors; banks and official buildings are decorated with red New Year pictures depicting images of prosperity.

Academic News

The NDA Math Circle will meet Thursday from 3:10 to 4:35 in room 301.

This meeting will examine the math used with cookies and cookie jars.  Please RSVP to Mrs. Funk or Mrs. Miller by Wednesday so they have enough treats for everyone attending!!!

NDA Math Circle is for 7th, 8th and 9th grade students and explores math in a variety of ways.

EXEC Student Council News

Here is an OUT OF THIS WORLD announcement from EXEC Student Council! Valentine’s Dance bids will be sold today and Wednesday. Bids are $7 for a single, and $11 for a double.

Variety Show Promo

PLAY VIDEO

Club News

Anime club will meet today during lunch in the music room. Bring your packed lunch and watch another episode of My Hero Academia.

Sports

The varsity basketball team defeated Findlay on Senior night 83-33.  The Eagles were led by Jala Johnson with 35 points, surpassing the 1,000 point total for her career. Ashley Barron added 15 points and Kristyn Hibbett had 13 points.  With the win the Eagles capture the TRAC championship for the 8th season in a row.  This was also the 50th straight league win in a row.

The JV team defeated Findlay 52 – 19. Julia Webb led with 16 points.

The Freshman Basketball team defeated Findlay 35-28. 8-4 in the league.

The varsity swim team competed at the Ken Gipe Relays on Saturday at Port Clinton High School, taking runners up behind Fremont Ross. The Eagles made finals in 6 out of 7 relays on Saturday. The 200 under/over relay was the highest placing relay with a second place finish of Sam Heywood, Tori Barkhimer, Lauren Chytil, and Michaela Desmond.

The JV team completed their season Saturday in Canton, Ohio at JV State. The 400 free relay of Colleen Culp, Claire Morgan, Tenley Hartford, and Kara Driver placed 10th overall. Colleen and Kara also swam personal best in their events.

There will be conditioning followed by track practice on Tuesday & Thursday of this week. And on Tuesday we will discuss who wants to run in an indoor meet this coming weekend.

Sports Schedule

Attention Students, Faculty, and Staff:  This coming Monday, February 11th, our basketball program hosts Rogers High School in JV and varsity contests.  The JV game will start at 6 pm followed by the varsity at 7:30 pm.  The varsity contest will feature the best two teams in the Toledo area and we are expecting a sellout.  All NDA 7th through 12th grade students will be admitted for free, BUT you must use a free ticket to get in.  Free tickets will be available in the main office lobby tomorrow at the beginning of lunch.  The NDA student ticket is orange, free, and only for NDA students.  Tickets for parents and the public will go on sale Thursday starting at 9 am and all tickets for these contests are $6.  Booster passes and booster tickets need to be exchanged for free tickets on Thursday or Friday.  If you plan on going to our home basketball games vs. Rogers on Monday, be sure to get your free ticket on Wednesday at the beginning of lunch in the main office lobby.  See Mr. Snyder with questions.  Go Eagles!

Announcements

4 February 2019

 

What’s Cooking at NDA?

From the Counseling Center

SCRIPT – announcements at 9:48

MERCY

Good morning, Notre Dame Academy. Today is Monday, February 4, 2019. This is Mercy Torres

KRISTYN

And Kristyn Hibbett

MERCY

With your morning announcements.

What’s Cooking at NDA? Belgium Waffles Topped with Strawberries

KRISTYN MOVE and READ

From the Counseling Center

Due to the school cancellations last week, the due date for the scheduling packets has been moved to Thursday, February 14th.  Remember, counselors will be available in the main lobby area every day during flex to answer any questions you may have.  Also, you will need a parent signature on all forms before turning in your packet.

Seniors, Parts I, II and III of your senior project are due today. Students who do not submit parts I-III will receive a demerit.

MERCY

From IB Coordinator Ms. Joseph

Any sophomore who still needs to meet with Ms. Joseph about IB or how it will fit into her schedule should sign up on her door in the next 2 weeks. Any sophomore wanting to take an IB course needs an IB registration form. It must be signed and returned to Ms. Joseph.

Junior IB students are reminded to stop and sign up for your IB registration on Ms. Joseph’s door. If you need to make any changes or you need help fitting IB into your schedule, please email her to set up a time or sign up on her door.

Any freshman planning to take a future IB course should meet with Ms. Joseph before you register to ensure you take the classes needed to excel in IB.

KRISTYN

Here is an OUT OF THIS WORLD announcement from EXEC Student Council! Valentine’s Dance bids will be sold today, tomorrow, and Wednesday. Bids are $7 for a single, and $11 for a double.

In Club News

Attention Pep Club Members, Fast forward one week. The paint party is tomorrow after school in Sister Carol Hall until 4:00. Please come help paint sings for the pep rally and winter sports.

And here is Mrs. Sanders with news from Speech Team…

PLAY VIDEO

MERCY

And turning to Sports

Coach Galloway reminds everyone the basketball team has a home triple header tonight vs. Findlay and hopes everyone will come out to support them as the varsity team looks to capture their 8th straight TRAC title and their 50th TRAC win in a row. It is also Senior Night. “Please come out and support these great young ladies who have put a lot of work into NDA basketball the past 4 years,” he said.

And in the sports schedule

As you just heard, good luck to our basketball teams today as they host Findlay in a TRAC triple header.  The freshmen tip-off at 4:30 pm, followed by JV and varsity.  It is also Senior-Parent day to recognize our seniors and their parents immediately after the JV contest, so around 7 pm. Remember, all NDA students, faculty, and staff get in free!

KRISTYN

And good luck to our divers tomorrow at the Sectional diving meet at Fremont Ross.

Go Eagles!

KRISTYN MOVE

MERCY READ

The following girls should report to the main office after announcements:

Names

The following girls should report to the attendance window after announcements:

Names

And that is the news for today. Thanks for watching WNDA

KRISTYN

Where Eagles rule the air.

Seniors, Parts I, II and III of your senior project are due today. Students who do not submit parts I-III will receive a demerit.

From IB Coordinator Ms. Joseph

Any sophomore who still needs to meet with Ms. Joseph about IB or how it will fit into her schedule should sign up on her door in the next 2 weeks. Any sophomore wanting to take an IB course needs an IB registration form. It must be signed and returned to Ms. Joseph.

Junior IB students are reminded to stop and sign up for your IB registration on Ms. Joseph’s door. If you need to make any changes or you need help fitting IB into your schedule, please email her to set up a time or sign up on her door.

Any freshman planning to take a future IB course should meet with Ms. Joseph before you register to ensure you take the classes needed to excel in IB.

EXEC Student Council News

Here is an OUT OF THIS WORLD announcement from EXEC Student Council! Valentine’s Dance bids will be sold today, tomorrow, and Wednesday. Bids are $7 for a single, and $11 for a double.

Club News

Attention Pep Club Members, Fast forward one week.

The paint party is tomorrow after school in Sister Carol Hall until 4:00.

Please come help paint sings for the pep rally and winter sports.

Sports

The basketball team has a home triple header tonight vs. Findlay.  The freshman game starts at 4:30, JV at 6 and varsity at 7:30.  Come out and support tonight as the varsity look to capture their 8th straight TRAC title and their 50th TRAC win in a row.  It is also Senior Night, so please come out and support these great young ladies who have put a lot of work into NDA basketball the past 4 years.

Sports Schedule

Good luck to our basketball teams today as they host Findlay in a TRAC triple header.  The freshmen tip-off at 4:30 pm followed by JV and varsity.  It is also Senior-Parent day and we will recognize our seniors and their parents immediately after the JV contest, so around 7 pm or earlier. Remember, all NDA students, faculty, and staff get in free!

Good luck to our divers tomorrow at the Sectional diving meet at Fremont Ross. Go Eagles!

Dates to remember

Dates to Remember
2018 – 2019

August 16          FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL & Underclass Pictures – BLAZERS
August 31          NO CLASSES – Faculty/Staff In-service
September 3     NO CLASSES – Labor Day
September 6     Parent/Teacher Night
September 26   September 27 Visitation
October 12         End of First Quarter
October 19         SCHEDULE 6 – 2 Hour Delay
November 9      Pilgrimage (Special Schedule)
November 11     Open House
November 15
1-4 pm Parent/Teacher Conferences (1st Session)
5-8 pm Parent/Teacher Conferences (2nd Session)

November 16     SCHEDULE 6 – 2 Hour Delay
November 21-23 NO CLASSES – Thanksgiving Break
December 17-19 Exams
December 19      End of Second Quarter
December 20-January 2 NO CLASSES – Christmas Break
January 3            Classes Resume
January 21          NO CLASSES – MLK Day
February 15        NO CLASSES – Faculty/Staff Formation
February 18        NO CLASSES – President’s Day
March 13             Extended PLC/Schedule 6 – 2 hour delay
March 15             End of Third Quarter
April 15- 22        NO CLASSES – Easter Break
April 23              Classes Resume
May 3                  May Crowning (Full Day of School)
May 6-7              Senior Exams/IB/AP/State Testing/Classes begin at 12:15pm
May 8-9             No Classes – IB/AP/State Testing
May 15                GRADUATION CLASS OF 2019
May 16                SCHEDULE 6 – 2 Hour Delay
May 27               NO CLASSES – Memorial Day
May 29-31         Exams (Grades 7-10)/Junior KAIROS
May 31               LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
May 31               8th Grade Graduation

NDA social media

Instagram: nda_eagles

Facebook: @NotreDameAcademy

Twitter: @NDAeagles

LinkedIn: Notre Dame Academy

“Choose to Care” Theme of 2016 Valedictorian Anjali Fernandes’ Speech

/
2016 has been quite a year.  Leonardo DiCaprio finally got his…

NDA Speech and Debate Team Places Second Overall

Congratulations to the NDA Speech and Debate Team who placed…

Click here to add your own text