Like asian food? Break dancing? Oragami? Kareoke? Want to learn karate? We've got it covered. We also have other things such as pen pals from Japan. Asian Club is also a place where you can learn more about Asia and its' languages.
Asian Club meets every first and last Monday of every month in C108, Mrs. Ashmen's room. The AAC is open to everyone! So come join and learn about yourself and the world around you! Talk to other people from other countries! You dont need to bring anything but your appetite! (oh! and any Asian food you bring is always appreciated)
Moderator: Mr. Schafer This club is designed to find the inner "Joe Buck" in each person. Join up and learn to broadcast the sport of Basketball, all levels, freshmen, J.V. Varsity of both boys and girls are covered. Join and learn to broadcast the play by play action. Jim Pirolli '15 earned many internships on the radio, you could be next.
Campus Ministry is a student organization that centers on the awareness of religion and spirituality at Notre Dame. This group consists of several dedicated Juniors and Seniors who lead morning prayer, prepare and organize liturgies, serve as Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist, and facilitate retreats among many other responsibilities. Each year, students volunteer to be a part of Campus Ministry at Note Dame by attending a summer retreat where the training takes place. Moderators: Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Maley
Moderator: Coach McKenna, Coach Tracey This is a faith based group who meets every two weeks. The meetings range from reading from the Bible, guest speakers, group discussions and work on service projects. Two "codes" to work under:1. It's not about me, It's not about you, It's about others. 2. Strong Mind, Body, and Faith = Stronge Life
Dr. Bridgewater Cyber Patriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the USAF to inspire highschool students toward careers ibn Cybersecurity or other Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics(STEM) Disciplines, critial to our Nation' Future. D205 Fridays after school.
Moderator Mr. Patton The Debate Team is comprised of an Affirmative Team and a Negative Team. Each year a national topic is selected for use in high school debates. The team competes in the CVC Conference. Tuesday and Thursday. A208
The club is responsible for assisting in ND's recycling efforts, maintaining ND's Energy Star Rating, helping to create a more enviornmentally sustainable and responsible ND Family. The club serves the ND community thru a variety of service projects and activities. K205 Tuesday Act. Per. Mtg. - Thursdays-Recycling Act. Per.
Moderator: Mrs. Salcewicz ERASE: End Radical Actions Seprating Everyone. The club meets most Thursdays working to build bridges and bring people together, raise awareness of bullying, celebrate positive actions, and interact with children in after school programs.
ETC... is Notre Dame's art and literary magazine. We meet weekly on Wednesday's to read, discuss, and vote on poetry and prose submitted by students. To submit a piece of poetry, prose, or any other type of written or visual art, please contact Mr. Lobis. We love new members, so please join!
Moderator: Mrs. Pierucci This club is dedicated to raising awareness about the history of and misconceptions of feminism and gender equality. The club will aimto educated each other and others about the issues faced (mostly)by girls and women. The club will reach out to the community. All are welcome. First and Third Tuesday of each month. A206
Moderators TBA This club is for any student who is a francophile. The club meet 2 Tuesdays per month in C104 during Activity Period. Please reference the Club Webpage for the schedule of activities and membership.
Moderator: Ms. Wright This clubs aims to close the gender gap in technology. The club will provide instruction in programming, fundamental web development and design, along with mobile development. Girls will learn the hard and soft skills needed to become the technologists of tomorrow. Meets every other Tuesday, after school, B106.
Moderator: Mr. Jason Patton This club provides an avenue for students with a passion for history to convene and share their interest with each other as well as the ND community. The club will meet twice per month, hosting historical movie showings, book discussions and plan trips to historic sites in the area. The club will also plan a service project.
Moderatora: Mr. Schafer, Mr. Patton Intramural Club designs and implements activities for the entire student body. The activities will take place during Activity Period in the gym and on the playing fields. Champions will be crowned and receive tee shirts. Individuals in the club will enhance their leadership skills throughout the school year, thus enhancing their college resume. Meeting in Balcony C and the gym.
Moderator: Mrs. Stueber The Irish people are a very social people, so the Irish American Club spends time enjoying each other's company. We organize parties, play games, and watch Irish Television programs. The club learns a wee bit of the Irish language and complete service projects. Students do not have to be Irish to join the Irish American Club, all are welcome. D208 Mondays during Act. Per. Visit our webgage.
Moderator: Mrs. Carella, Mrs. Savarese-Ahearn The club meets the first and third Thursday of each month, D107, during Activity Period. The club participates in service to the local community, i.e. Itaiian American Festival, Italian Flag raising and a Christmas Tombola Charity. Participants also enjoy Italian food when they break bread together.
Moderator, Mrs. Marx This club's goal is to bring awareness to the School community regarding the poor and the needy. Then to live out the Corporal Works of Mercy; to feed the hungry; to give drink to the thirsty; to clothe the naked and to educate the uneducated. Justice club does various projects throughout the year to living out these Corporal Works of Mercy. The club meets every Friday.
Moderator,Mrs.Palazza Students are given a legal case to defend and prosecute. Students are attorneys, prosecutors and witnesses. The Mock Trial Team scrimmages other schools, prior to the trial at the State Capitol.
Moderators, Mrs. Wroblewski, Mrs. Bannon, Ms. Ashe Students simulate delegates to the UN, representing various counties and committees, at 2 conferences each year. Students debate current issues on the organization's agenda, from the perspective of their assigned country.
Moderators: Ms. Giampetro, Mrs. Moceri This is an organization which recognizes and honors students who demonstrate outstanding scholrship, character,leadership, and service. Standards for induction can be found in the Student Handbook.
Moderators:Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Milecki Freshmen students apply to the Peer Leader Program which consists of a scheduled class in their Sophomore Year. Peer Leaders attend a summer camp/workshop and assist the incoming freshmen class with transition to high school.
Moderator: Mr. O'Byrne This club offers students the opportunity to learn about technology and its' application. You can explore mechanical design ideas with Tetrix and Lego hardware, learn to code using RobotC and NXT controllers, learn to create interactive electronic objects use Arduino Uno with its open-source electronic prototyping platform, or learn to program using JAVA. In addition, the club has a 3D printer so students can even design and print their own desktop robot using our MakerBot Replicator TM2 desktop 3D printer.
Moderator: Mrs. Ward The Spanish Club meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month during activity period. Our objective is to introduce Notre Dame students to Spanish culture and cuisine. This is done through a variety of activities and events. We also participate in projects and activities that serve the local Hispanic community. All are welcome to join us!
Moderator: Mrs. Moceri The club is involved in servicing faculty and staff in various ways. among the business related services that club member perform are typing handouts, clooating, stuffing envelopes, preparing mailings and updating forms. B105 Daily
Moderators:Mr.E.Patton(sr.),Mrs. Elsworth, Mrs. Blemings(jr.),Mrs. Repsik (soph.),Ms. Wargo(fr.)Miss Pilkington Students campaign on grade level for class representation. The upperclassmen are elected in the Spring and the Freshmen in September. The Student Government sponsors school wide social events as well as grade level specific activities.
Web Journalists are students who work with the Notre Dame High School website. These students are responsible for specific Community Groups pages for organizations, Team Pages for sports and for School Announcements. The goal is to strengthen the content of the website and to keep information fresh for parents, students, teachers, and prospective families. Students update pages and provide photographs for service, sports, academics, the arts, campus ministry and clubs. Web Journalists also film events and edit the film for publication in the web Media Gallery.
We are still missing 150 senior quotes. In order for these to be included in the yearbook, we need AT LEAST 125/150 by Tuesday, January 17. Check your ND email to see if we may be missing yours. Also, today is the last day to get in your superlative votes and dedication nominations. Login info was emailed last week.
Lands' End will be the new exclusive school uniform provider for Notre Dame High School. All new school uniform purchases must come from Lands’ End. The uniform has not changed, just the company. A skort to be worn with blue knee socks has been added as an option for the girls. To purchase uniforms, please visit the Lands' End website, or call Call 1-800-469-2222. Our school code for uniform purchases is 900167610. Please us this when ordering online or over the phone.