Notre Dame
High School

Lawrenceville, NJ
Parents

Parent Organizations

PTA

The objective of our organization is to develop a mutual understanding and appreciation of the ideals of Catholic education. Our organization is to provide programs, opportunities and the funds by which we can assist the students to develop a personal and community lifestyle grounded on Catholic teachings and Gospel values. This enhances the ability of parents to be able to participate actively and effectively in their student’s education here at Notre Dame. Our PTA is NOT a FUNDRAISING organization, rather a hospitality organization. We foster the religious, intellectual, physical, cultural and social development for each and every student. Our membership is welcome to all fathers, mothers, and guardians of students, members of the faculty and all other persons. We encourage you to come to our meetings. We normally meet the First Tuesday of EVERY month in the Library at 7 p.m. (Our meetings are normally no more than an hour.)

Consider joining us and seeing how you can be a part of the ND family. You will have an opportunity to be in the school with the students and faculty. You will be able to make memories for your children while they are here at ND.

For more information or how to get involved, please contact Krista Montez, PTA President at: pta@ndnj.org

The following is a list of the opportunities we have available throughout the year. Without your support, these functions would not be possible:

2018-19 PTA Committee

Pictured from left to right:

Krista Montez - Co-President
Katin Dixon - Co-President
Marybeth Consiglio - Vice President
Deanna Hess - Treasurer
Liz Landi - Corresponding Secretary
Lisa Shiarappa - Recording Secretary

PAPA

PAPA is an acronym for “Performing Arts Parents Association.” We are a group of parents, like you, who enjoy being involved with Notre Dame Performing Arts.

The NDNJPAPA@gmail.com is an email account for the PAPA organization and is separate from Notre Dame’s email system. PAPA volunteers check the mailbox frequently.

We encourage you to join our PAPA Community Group page, which is behind the password, for additional information. You need to go to www.ndnj.org , sign in with YOUR login information, go to the Resources page, browse Groups and join Parents of Performing Arts (PAPA). If you ever have any questions, suggestions or comments, please don’t’ hesitate to email us at NDNJPAPA@gmail.com.

Signature Auction

Notre Dame High School thanks you for your generous gifts to our 2017 Annual Auction. We raised $65,000 and with the help of donations from supporters such as you, we will continue to achieve our goals. Your commitment to helping the advancement of our mission is truly a blessing.

The goal of the Annual Auction is to continue to make a difference by enhancing the programs that are offered to our students and teachers.

Visit our Auction Page to lean more.

About Post Prom

The mission of the Post Prom Committee is to ensure the safety of our children by offering a Post Prom experience filled with entertainment and positive choices. This endeavor is made possible through the Senior Fashion Show, the volunteer efforts of parents, community and local businesses and is fully supported by the Notre Dame High School administration and staff. The Post Prom committee is a collection of ND parents from all grades, who plan for and put on an awesome event for our Seniors and their dates immediately after their prom. Post Prom continues until 5 a.m. and gives our children a safe and fun place to unwind and socialize with their friends and classmates. For more information, please visit our link on the Parent Resource Page or contact Debbie Brown, Post Prom Chair at NotreDamePostProm@gmail.com.

THE COMMITTEE WORKS VERY HARD TO GUARANTEE A GREAT POST PROM EXPERIENCE FOR OUR SENIORS!

  • 2016 Prom Fashion Show
  • Post Prom Fashion Show 2015

Notre Dame High School

Located on 100 beautiful acres in Central New Jersey, Notre Dame High School, founded in 1957, is a college preparatory school for grades 9 - 12, preparing young men and women for lives of purpose, built upon a foundation of Catholic faith, with a commitment to academics, co-curricular activities and service to others.