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Winter Sports Information Night for Basketball & Soccer - Wednesday, October 29 at 6:00 pm.

Homecoming Flag Football Game and Carnival - Friday October 24
Food: 1:30 PM; Carnival: 2:00 PM; Game starts 2:30 PM. Tickets can be purchased in Pardini Park during lunch every day this week. Tickets are $4 if purchased with Big/Little Sister, $5 Student & Alumnae, $6 Adult & All tickets will be $8 after school on the day of the game. Starting at 2:30 all students outside must have paid for the game.  All students on campus who have not paid for the game will be asked to stay in the Learning Commons.
Food Cost: $2.00 each for Vegetarian Pupusas, Baked Potatoes with the works or Jumbo Hotdogs. Drinks and Popcorn are $1.00 each. 
Carnival booth and raffle tickets are 50 each.

Come See Notre Dame's Fall Play - Medea
Experience the zenith of Greek drama in this tragic tale as told by the students of Notre Dame.
Some call it the world's first feminist play. 
Some call it tragedy. 
To us, it's Medea; a tragic tale of grief, betrayal and revenge 2500 years in the making. 

All show at City Lights Theater directly across from Notre Dame's 2nd street parking lot.
Tickets for sale online 
Thursday - Oct.23 7:30 PM 
Friday - 10/24 - 7:30 PM
Saturday - Oct. 25 -  7:30 PM
Sunday - 10/26 -  2:00  PM

Parent Daughter Service Day 
ND Serves Make a Difference Day is this Saturday, October 25.  Sign up to serve at our third annual Parent Daughter Service Day.  There are many service opportunities throughout the day to fit into your schedule.  All opportunities count as required hours for 9th, 10th and 11th grades. 
 
Search for Life in the Universe
During collaboration on Wednesday, October 29, Dr. Adrian Brown from the SETI Institute will be speaking in the learning commons about the search for life in the universe.  Any interested students are invited to attend.  The Bio honors and APES students are required to attend this event.

Stem Cell Research 
Notre Dame will welcome stem cell researchers Dr. Uta Grieshammer, CIRM and Dr. Sarah Heilshorn of Stanford to discuss current research and applications on October 30 at 7:00pm in the Learning Commons.  Don't miss this opportunity to hear from experts in the research field. More information can be found here.
Order Your Yearbook online
 
 
Costa Rica Trip Interested in traveling to Costa Rica in August with Sra. Burnside and Sr. Nielsen for a Spanish language immersion program, surf lessons, dance lessons, and much more? Please come to an informational meeting at lunch on Thursday, October 23 in the RS room.
 
London Theatre Trip
The deadline for the London Theatre trip for June 2015 has been extended until October 31.  Sign up before then to receive the $200 discount. For more information please see Ms. Orr. 
 
Make A Scarf For Those In Need
Sign-up to make a scarf for someone who needs a warm scarf that was made with love. Everyone is welcome. Want to learn to crochet or knit? See Ms. Bobst or stop by the new Crochet Interest Group M212 B Weeks.   You can pick-up your materials from Ms. Bobst.

Improve Your Public Speaking & Learn About Current Affairs
If you would like to improve your public speaking, network with others, learn about current affairs, or become active in the community, Model United Nations has it all! Our team meets every Tuesday during B Weeks in M209. We have an upcoming conference at Santa Teresa High School from Jan 30 - 31, where you get the opportunity to brainstorm solutions to issues ranging from feminism to education with other high school students. If you are interested in participating, please fill out this brief form

City of San Jose Youth Advisory Council
City of San Jose Youth Advisory Council is looking for District 3 student members
.  More Information.  

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. 

Confirmation Registration
The deadline for Confirmation registration paperwork is past but it not too late to sign up or turn in missing paperwork. Form and information can be found on the Campus Ministry Ongoing Spiritual Development page. Contact Ms. Yavorsky with questions.

Independent Service Hours
Holy Family Parish is looking for volunteers for their fundraiser dinner on October 25.  You can either work a 7 hour shift from 3pm-10pm or choose a shorter shift, either 3pm-6pm or 6pm-10pm.  See Mrs. Hanson to sign up.  This counts for independent hours.

Chamber
Ensemble, Jazz Combo
"Music in the Morning" starts the week of September 15. Chamber Ensemble meets every Wednesday morning at 7:00 am in the Chapel. Jazz Combo meets every Friday morning at 7:00 am in the Chapel. If you are interested in registering for "Music in the Morning," sign up here or Contact Ms. Hopkins for more information. 

Piano Player
The Regent Harmonies are in a need of a student piano player for occasional rehearsals and events. Questions/Interest speak with Ms. Quiazon.

Peer Tutoring is Now 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. Tutoring will start the week of September 15. If you have any questions please email Ms. Perkins!  More Information 

Clubs
Check out as many clubs as you like. Club Meeting/Location Schedule

Colleges Visiting Notre Dame
All meetings are in the Alumnae Room unless noted otherwise.
Master Calendar / Permission Form



Crown & Shield on the Web

Seniors SSLP
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

Lost: 
  • Black pencil bag with a white zipper strip in the middle
  • Biology book
  • Pinkie ring silver horse head 
  • Class ring with blue jewel, track shoe with wings and initials LNB 

 Found


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.

 

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