Please Read Items in Red in Homeroom
Interact Spotlight Week
Wednesday- Bring a friend day! - meeting with intro to what Interact is and bonding games, share media sites; bring a friend and receive two treats at lunch in D107!
Thursday- Leadership and Projects - Interact and Free the Children International and Community Projects highlights at lunch in M213.
Spirit Week Build Day Video - Play video in Mentoring today, Wednesday, March 4.
Club President Meeting - Thursday, March 5 at lunch in D107.
Mandatory Spirit Week Skit Practice - Thursday, March 5 at lunch in the Chapel.
Updated - Clubs & Leadership Groups - New groups: Gaming & Black Student Union Meeting Days & Locations
Come join DiversiTEAs in our next Interfaith meeting on Wednesday, March 4 at lunch in the RS Room to share your own experiences, learn about different cultures and religions, or talk about current issues. Our upcoming meeting is focused on Islam.
Need Help Building Your Artist Portfolio?
Come to the Portfolio Workshop in the Art Room on March 25 and 26 from 3:00-4:30pm. Over this 2-day workshop, Mrs. Ternasky will help you select pieces for your portfolio, and help you photograph your work and edit the images using Photoshop software in order to prepare for college portfolio submissions! Please submit the online form to reserve your spot in the workshop before Friday, March 20. Bring all finished artworks as well as a flash drive to store your images. See Mrs. Ternasky with any additional questions.
Be a part of something wonderful and join Environmental Club in recreating the SLC garden! Friday, March 13 from 2:30-5:00pm.
Independent Hours Service Opportunity
Please lend a hand to St. Frances Cabrini Parish and ND alum, Jo Bertaccini by helping to serve at their Polenta Dinner Dance, this Saturday, March 7 from 6:00pm-9:00pm. Please sign up with Ms. Hanson.
That’s Engineering - Saturday, March 14 at San Jose State University
The Society of Women Engineers present WOW! That’s Engineering! for high school girls. It will be a fun, educational day with a keynote speaker, student organization faire, open engineering labs, hands-on workshops, professional women round table discussions, and student panels. More Information & link to $10 registration
Juniors & Seniors - Frosh Breakaway Day Leader Opportunity
Campus Ministry is looking for Juniors and Seniors to lead Frosh Breakaway Days on April 21 and 22. If interested, please fill out the online application by Wednesday, March 4
. More information about being a leader and to apply click here
or contact Ms. Yavorsky
Princess Project Donations Needed
Donate clean and relatively new prom dresses and accessories from February 23 to March 6 to the racks in the Learning Commons for the Princess Project. Those who donate will get a free dress pass. Also, if you or anyone you know is in need of items for prom, please contact Ms. Hanson.
NHS Applications for Sophomores and Juniors
National Honor Society Application for next school year. Application due Monday, March 2. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Motroni-Fish.
Student Artwork on Display in the Gym - Monday, February 23 through Friday, March 6
Students in the Introduction to Visual Arts classes worked collaboratively to create large themed murals in one- and two-point perspective. Artists were challenged to come up with a unique theme and design that they achieved using only blue tape and spray paint! Stop by the Gym to check out these works on display from February 23 - March 6.
Updated - Yearbook Club/Interest Group Picture Schedule - Please go to your regular meeting room and the photographer will come to get each club for their picture. Please email with any questions Updated Schedule
Santa Clara University Hack-A-Thon - May 2 Sign-up Now!!
Sign-up as individually, then register as a 4 to 5 member team once you arrive at the event. sign-up quickly spots are limited for high school students. More Information / Registration
Sister Project Short Video - Link
A Tribute to Moral Courage Essay Writing Contest
Using the Holocaust as a backdrop, recognize those individuals throughout history who took a strong stand on a specific issue based on their personal beliefs or convictions, regardless of the danger or threat to their personal safety. Deadline Friday, March 13. Rules
Eleanor Roosevelt Center - Summer Leadership Camp
Nine-day program in New York City for high school girls who desire to make a difference in their own lives, their communities and the world. More Information / Application deadline March 16. Scholarships available.
Red Cross Blood Drive - Friday, March 20, 2015 - Save the Date
ANNpower Vital Voices - Summer Leadership Training
Three days of leadership training and mentoring June 16-19 in Washington, DC. ANNpower will cover cost of program and all travel costs. More Information / Application Due March 8.
Need a Peer Tutor?
Sign up for a one-on-one CSF tutor. Click the request a tutor tab here and fill in all your information. Questions - contact Ms.Perkins.
Costa Rica Trip Summer 2015
Interested in traveling to Costa Rica with Notre Dame August 2-9, 2015? Please see Sra. Burnside for information. The registration deadline is February 28. Registration code is 230910 and Burnside.
Growing Up Asian in America Contest
Creatively explore and celebrate being both Asian or Pacific Islander and American. Submit artwork, essays, poems or videos on the theme Celebrating Our Roots. Over $20,000 in cash and prizes. Deadline for entries is March 4, 2015. More Information/Application
Sophomore, Junior &Senior CSF Application
Interested in becoming a California Scholarship Federation (CSF) member this semester? Questions please email Ms.Perkins
Juniors - Need Service Hours and Love Gardening?
La Mesa Verde volunteers build and install raised garden beds for local low income families. More Information
Girls Who Code offered at Notre Dame - Girls Who Code at Notre Dame on Mondays from 3:30 to 5:30 in the Manley Project Room. Stop by and check it out or see Ms. Pandori for more information.
Crown & Shield on the Web
Opportunity for Presidential Volunteer Service Award
While you earn your community service hours, did you know you could also earn the Presidential Volunteer Service Award? If you volunteer with Intellectual Lights Charity, a certified charity organization, you could qualify for this award which includes a letter from the President himself. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Biology, Chemistry and Physics Tutoring available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in M315
Colleges Visiting Notre Dame
Make Up Testing - New Procedure
Students make an appointment during their free block. If they don't have one, then they can choose the before or after school option.
Peer Tutoring Available
If you are looking for additional help in any of your classes, please click on the "request a tutor" button that you can find on the NDSJ Google page. If you have any questions please email Ms. Perkins! More Information
All meetings are in the Alumnae Room unless noted otherwise.
Master Calendar / Permission Form
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
- Teal folder and a purple graphing notebook
- iPod classic (dark grey)
- White iphone 5c w/black case + purple wallpaper
- White Samsung Galaxy phone, has a small crack in the upper right corner
- Ceramic mug - pink with gold butterflies outside, green inside
- Blue ND sports bag with tennis shoes + workout clothing inside
- White MacBook Air Charger with the wire coiled up around the box
- Gray wallet, approx 7inx3in
- A thin blue string with a gold pendent that has a wave on it. Last seen January 7 in the gym.
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.