Please Read Items in Red in Homeroom
Sign-Up For Spirit Week
Your class needs you! Sign-up
to participate in the class skit, lip-sync/dance, games and to help at build day.
Interact Spotlight Week
Help bring solar cookers to impoverished families in Afghanistan by buying Interact shirts and baked goodies! Sale will be held in Pardini Park - shirts for $5, baked goods for less than $1 each.
Come bond with Interactors and make new friends! We'll have games, music, and free food at lunch in Photo Room.
Clubs A Week - March 3
Second Semester Club Meeting Schedule
Club Spotlight Week
Spirit Week Prep During Collaboration - Friday , March 7
Check into homeroom, read announcements then join your class.
Freshmen – Spirit Week Prep (Learning Commons)
Sophomores – Spirit Week Prep (M203-204)
Juniors – Spirit Week Prep (Chapel)
Seniors – Spirit Week Prep (JB Hall)
Spirit Week Dress Up Days
- Starts this Friday!
Friday, March 7
- Class Color Day - Wear your class colors, your class t-shirt, every class item you own. But don’t break any rules in the handbook!
Monday, March 10
- Nocturnal Day - Come dressed as anything that comes out at night or that you wear at night.
Tuesday, March 11
- First Day of Kindergarten Day - What did you wear your first day of Kindergarten? Bring a kindergarten picture of yourself if you can.
Wednesday, March 12
- Fictional Character Day - Select a fictional character from your favorite book, movie or TV show.
Thursday, March 13
- Peas in a Pod Day - Dress with someone else as anything that goes together: peas in a pod, peanut butter and jelly, the Three Musketeers, etc. Or join ASB School Council and dress like a yellow minion. Wait till you see Mr. Bracco’s outfit!
Friday, March 14
- Rep Yo’ Dec Day!
- Dress according to your class theme.
Any students interested in taking AP Tests in May of this year, needs to complete the AP Test Request form
. Test requests should be submitted to Ms. Tifft by Monday, March 24.
Please see Ms. Tupaj-Farthing regarding fee reduction requests. Requests for Fee Reductions Form
Athletics Winter Awards Night
Basketball and soccer winter awards night on Thursday, March 6
at 6:00 PM in learning Commons.
There are still spaces available for Senior Retreat #2 March 19-21. Information and registration here
For those attending SR#2 Parent Authorization forms
. Please contact Ms. Yavorsky in Campus Ministry with any questions.
Wondering what to do this summer?
Would you like to visit art galleries downtown, do scientific study in the field, develop your speech and debate material or become your own seamstress? What about studying for the SATs or writing your college application essays? Notre Dame offers an engaging summer program that will give you a sense of accomplishment as well as freedom during the summer. Check out our website
for this summer course offerings! If you have any questions, contact Profe in M215.
CSF Dues Past Due
CSF Dues are past due. If you have not paid, please do so before the end of the week OR come and see Ms. Fitz or Ms. Heigre in M215. Seniors pay Taylor W, Juniors pay Claudia S and Sophs pay Megan A.
Sophomores - Prom Planning Meeting
Sophomores come help plan the Prom at lunch on Tuesday, March 18
in the Chapel.
Frisbee Fridays in Pardini at Brunch
Freshman Summer Service at Children’s Discovery Museum
Join the Ultimate Frisbee club every Friday at brunch in Pardini Park
for fun, non-competitive play. All skill levels are welcome - so come
Juniors - Mary Beth Riley Award for International Study or Service
The Mary Beth Riley Award for International Study or Service will
provide a financial award to a selected Notre Dame junior to cover the
cost of an international learning or service experience. Applicants will
research, plan and propose an international study and/or service
project and describe its relationship to their educational experience at
Notre Dame, as well as their plan for higher education. Apply by March
Girls Who Code’s 2014 Summer Immersion Program
Applications are now open for Girls Who Code’s 2014 Summer Immersion Program . "The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program represents an innovative approach to computer science education, pairing seven weeks of intensive instruction in robotics, web design, and mobile development with engaging, career-focused mentorship and exposure led by the industry's top female entrepreneurs and engineers.” More Info
Children’s Discovery Museum is looking for current freshman who want to participate in their Summer of Service program. There are four, two-week sessions students can sign up for and participants will engage in a variety of hands-on service projects, such as leading activities at the museum, creating a documentary film, or planting trees. Information/Registration
Math Tutors Wanted
Breakthrough Silicon Valley is looking for 10th-12th grade Math tutors to volunteer in their Middle School Math program. Program Info/Volunteer Application
See Mrs. McGovern with questions.
Student Life Reminders
• Appropriate shoes with a back must be worn at all times. Unacceptable footwear includes flip flops (on non-free dress days), athletic sandals, and slippers.
• Students must be off the floors, out of the SLC Lounge, and out of the SLC Courtyard (unless in a supervised school activity) by 3:30PM every day. After 4:30PM, students must sign-in in the Learning Commons with Sr. Carol.
• Please do not sit in the 1st floor hallway at any time during or after school.
• When buying lunch from the cafeteria, all students must enter through the door in the gym foyer. Students purchasing the hot lunch item line up on the right side of the doorway, and students purchasing only cold items enter on the left side of the doorway. Only students purchasing an item from the cafeteria should be in line. All students must exit the gym after purchasing lunch via the door facing the Manley parking lot or the side door facing Donnelly/Senior courtyard.
• As the weather turns colder, please remember the following about proper uniform:
o The hooded sweatshirts and the crest sweatshirt are allowed to be layered for warmth.
o However, layering of a sweatshirt (hooded, zip-up, or crest) under the cardigan or v-neck sweaters, or the sweater vest, is NOT permitted
o Layers may be worn under uniform items for extra warmth as long as they are not visible, and the uniform item on top is not removed during the school day, i.e. wearing a long sleeve thermal shirt under your hooded sweatshirt.
o Coats, jackets and hats may be worn outside the classrooms only over the complete uniform, but not in place of ND sweaters or sweatshirts. Non-uniform hooded/zip-up sweatshirts and sweaters do not qualify as a jacket or coat. Hats may not be worn in any building on campus.
o Tights and leggings are permitted to be worn with the skirt. On formal uniform days, tights or leggings must be SOLID navy blue, burgundy, white, black, or gray.
Math Support Center Now Open Thursday Before School
Monday M212 3:00pm to 4:00pm - Lecheler: Emphasis Algebra 1 through Trig/Precalc
Tuesday M212 3:00pm to 4:00pm - Duffin: Emphasis Programming
Wednesday M212 3:00pm to 4:00pm - Heigre: Emphasis Algebra 1 through Trig/Precalc & Milanovich: Emphasis Calculus
Thursday M212 7:00am to 7:45am - Fitzgerald: Emphasis Algebra 1, Algebra 2
Do you need extra help with biology or chemistry? Help is available Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 3:00 – 4:00 in M315.
Stanford Science Circle High School
Attend lectures on the Stanford campus with faculty and other scientists in the Stanford community on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:00pm. The 2013-14 program, themes include Engineering (Winter Quarter), and Environmental Science and Public Health (Spring Quarter). Students interested in participating must apply each quarter. Apply Today
Juniors - Summer Engineering Seminar (SES)
SES program is a five-day experience in late July/early August offering specially designed workshops taught by Santa Clara University's engineering faculty. Workshops are presented as a mix of lecture and interactive laboratory work, spanning several fields of engineering. To apply for this free program, students must complete an online application and submit a recommendation form by March 13, 2014. More Information
Colleges Visiting Notre Dame
All meetings are in the Alumnae Room unless noted otherwise.
Master Calendar / Permission Form
STEAM Speaker Series
April 30 - We will have a presentation by Alliance for Climate Education on global climate change.
Crown & Shield on the Web
France/Spain Trip 2014
Information and enrollment is available on the Travel Company’s web site: User name: Kussman Password: 2014. You can also ask Mrs. Kussman or Miss Lipps for info.
Interested in Immersions?
For information about each trip, check out the Trip Descriptions. Attend Campus Ministry Information Night for more information. Application, Financial Aid and General Information.
General SSLP Information
Prepaid Lunch Online
Set up your online prepaid lunch account instructions. Student ID can be found on student class schedules.
Remember to check our athletics webpage for updates and highlights!
Lost & Found
- iPhone 5 in a white case with flowers
- Silver MacBook Air (without a case)
- Laptop black case, yellow cover also nook and permit
- Algebra 2 Textbook
- Gold pencil case
- Red retainer in a red case
- Pentax Film Camera
- Silver spiral-design ring
Lost or Found a Calculator?
If you find any lost calculators, please give them to Ms. Milanovich. She has a spreadsheet of calculator serial numbers and can usually find the owner.
REMINDER: If you find a valuable item (i.e. a laptop, a wallet, a phone, textbook), please immediately turn those in to Mrs. McGovern in the SLC. Other items (i.e. sweatshirt, lunchbox, notebook) can be placed in the Lost & Found closet in between the RS Room and the SLC Lounge.