This Sunday is Earth Day. Every little action on our behalf not only affects the environment immediately around us, but can have global ramifications because of the interconnectedness of our ecology. May we do what we can to work on cleaning up and keeping clean the world around us. 

Let us pray,
God, may we use our collective voice to advocate for a planet that lacks one. May we use our collective energy as a push towards making long-lasting change in the hearts and minds of those nearest to us. May we recognize that we are running out of time with every passing day that we do not work to help our environment. We pray this in the name of all that is good and holy. AMEN

 

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Art Club Spotlight Week
Tuesday
- Learn about downtown artistic resources in the Art Room
Wednesday - Meet in Pardini with your friends to participate in a Renaissance Recreation photo challenge. Top three teams win a prize!
Friday - Learn about Vincent Van Gogh and the recent revolutionary movie made about him in the Art Room

B Week Clubs - B Week Club Officer Elections - Come Check Out all the Clubs at lunch

AP Test = Mandatory Parent Permission Form 
In order to take an AP Test a parent must fill out the on-line permission form sent to AP students on google classroom. If permission form is not filled out, you will not be able to take the AP Test. AP's start on the May 7. 

Jr/Sr Prom - Venice Italy/Masquerade Ball
Junior/Senior Prom is Saturday, May 19 from 8:00pm to 11:00pm at the Corinthian Grand Ballroom in Downtown San Jose.  TICKETS

Sophomore Prom Decoration Committee Meeting #3 - NEW date April 24
All sophomores interested in helping plan and decorate the Junior/Senior Prom please meet in the Chapel on Tuesday, April 24 at lunch.

Seniors Raised $1,237.84 for the Dragon Sister Circle!  
Next Boba/Bake sale is Wednesday, May 2.

Tickets for Notre Dame's Musical 42nd Street On Sale Now 
Show starts this Friday in Julie Billiart Hall!  Show Dates: April 20, 21, 26, 27, and 28. Show time at 7:30, except for April 21 which is at 2:00 pm.. TICKETS / Video

Join Yearbook Class/ Editor Applications - VIDEO 
Yearbook is looking to recruit YOU. If you’re thinking about joining for the 2018-2019 school year we’d love to have you. Speak with your counselor about adding the class to your schedule. It counts toward your graduation totals as a a College Prep elective. 2018-2019 Editor APPLICATIONS are due April 19.  

Yearbook T-Shirt
Yearbook has designed a t-shirt that we are opening up for the whole student body to purchase. Fill out the Shirt Order Form and bring $23 cash to the Yearbook advisor Sandy Mahler located in SLC 130/131.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Notre Dame will observe Denim Day on Wednesday, April 25. Denim Day is a way for people to come together by wearing denim as a visible sign of protest against sexual violence. In support of the Denim Day campaign, you will be allowed to wear free dress if you are wearing at least one clothing item that is denim. Please see page 22 in the Handbook to familiarize yourself with free dress guidelines.

Interested in Social Justice and Art?
You are invited to a FREE very special hands-on workshop opportunity at San Jose Museum of Art on Tuesday, April 24 from 10:30am-12:30pm. Your drawings would end up being part of a film produced by John Legend about the 50th anniversary of San Jose State University student Tommy Smith’s gold medal and peaceful protest on the podium of the 1968 Olympics. With his arm raised and a gloved fist, Tommy made a bold statement that we see being emulated by popular sports figures today. If you are interested in this opportunity please email Ms. DeSilva as soon as possible.  There are limited spaces.

Notre Dame/Bellarmine Performance Choir FREE Event
- April 26, 7:30pm at Bellarmine's Sobrato Theatre: Come watch the Bellarmine Symphonic Band and ND-BCP Performance Choir perform at the annual Spring Concert.

UPDATED Elected & Selected Leadership 2018-19 School Year Updated Timeline - Updated List of Candidates
The online application are no longer being accepted. Campaigning may start one week before election. Code of Conduct  / Elected ASB School Council for 2018-19 Photo Page

Club & Interest Group Elections for 2018-19 School Year
Information on officer responsibility are listed in the Club Handbook.  Club officer elections must be held during regular club meetings: A Week Monday  B Week Clubs -  Week of April 23; A Week Clubs - Week of April 30 

#Worldview: Witness Workshop Series
Come hear about global citizenship experiences available through Notre Dame's immersion program. Considering an immersion trip in the future? Completion of the series will strengthen your immersion trip application. 
All presentations in D202 from 8:00am to 8:45am:  
New Orleans - Thursday, April 26  
South Africa - Thursday, May 3  
Flyer  /  Newsletter 

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 One World Cup Game: Saturday, April 28 (10am - 1pm, Bishop Mitty’s Fr. Russi Field)

Join us at Archbishop Mitty High School on April 28th to take part in the 2nd annual One World Cup 2018! The purpose of this event is to allow our community to break down barriers between the refugee community and ourselves in a spirit of kinship, raise money for the Catholic Charities Refugee Foster Care program, and stand in solidarity with the marginalized in our community. Participants from ND, Bellarmine, Mitty, Saint Francis, and Presentation will join at AMHS to participate in this fun-filled, lively game! This event is open to all, and we invite students, friends, and family to attend. There will be food trucks throughout the event. Come and support all of the players in this unifying event!

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Opportunity for service hours: Students will receive (1) hour of community service for the Poster Making Party today after mentoring the RS Room, and then (3) hours for attending the game.

Other highlights include: Olympian female soccer player, Brandy Chastain, will be refereeing!  Bishop McGrath will also be attending the game. Hear personal stories from refugees. There will be a table for attendees to write letters to Congressmen. Please consider advocating for the rights of refugees.

 Community Service Hours Due Soon!

Service Hours are due April 30: be sure to complete and log all of your hours by this date. For more opportunities, please see the posted upc,oing events on Google classroom, visit x2vol or meet with a TASC service leader in the learning commons.

 Freshmen Only: Freshmen Breakaway Day

The deadline has passed for your signed authorizations for Freshmen Breakaway Day and Environment Matters field trip. Please turn in both forms as soon as possible! 

** Freshmen Breakaway Day & Environment Matters Field Trip are on April 25 & 26th.  Click Here for important information and a to bring list for the days. 

 Frosh Only: Co-Curricular Conflicts for Freshmen Breakaway Days
Freshmen Breakaway Day & Environment Matters Field Trip are on April 25 and 26th. Arrangements are being made regarding co-curricular conflicts: 

  • Ms Kane has excused freshmen in Drama from early preparations for the musical on Wednesday, April 25th. Frosh will return to campus in the bus by 3 pm and immediately prepare for performance upon return. 

  • Athletes with games or a meet will be transported directly to their event by van or will return in time to campus by bus for team departure.

  • Band members will be transported from Bellarmine to their event.

  • All freshmen are excused from immersion cohort meetings on Thursday.

 

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Get A Yearbook 
Yearbooks for the 2017-18 school year can be purchased online 17/18 Yearbook . If you'd like to buy BOTH the 2017-18 yearbook and 2016-17 yearbook please ONLY fill out the 16/17 & 17/18 Wufoo Form. If you are purchasing the bundle please ONLY complete the wufoo form, DO NOT buy a yearbook on the Walsworth site. Have your payment information ready.

Muslim Prayer Space
Campus Ministry and the Muslim Student Association are collaborating to offer Muslim students a place to pray on campus. Students may join Ms. Mourad to pray during the first 15 minutes of lunch in M202 on Mondays (MSA meeting) and in M311 for the rest of the weekedays. Students may also pray in the Chapel during free block. Please contact Ms. Mourad regarding lunch prayer or Ms. Yavorsky with any questions regarding additional prayer space on campus. 

Food Delivery to Campus is Not Permitted
Ordering food from outside vendors (i.e. Door Dash) is not permitted at any time during the school day.  Please see Mrs. McGovern with questions.

Reminder of Class Floors Etiquette
When permitted, if you are sitting on the class floors, please remember that you should be talking in a quiet, indoor voice (in case there are meetings going on in the classrooms), and sitting in such a way that allows two-way traffic to walk on the floor.  This means that you should not be sitting with legs extended, or have your backpacks laying in the middle of the walkway. 

Improv Team - Video 
Join the improv team, on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3:00-4:15pm in the RS Room. Whether you're an improv expert or you just want to be entertained by fellow students, improv is the place for you!! Questions? email Ms Kane  

Summer 2018 Global Student Leadership Summit 
Learn how Helsinki and Stockholm have harnessed technology to improve their communities, and attend a global youth leadership summit in Berlin, where you'll use design thinking to contemplate how our community can more sustainably utilize technology. Ms. Pfaff. MORE INFORMATION & SIGN-UP 

CLUB SCHEDULE

Leadership Schedule
Leadership meetings are open.  All Notre Dame students are welcome to come observe. LEADERSHIP SCHEDULE

Justice Immersion Application 
Information & Application

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Buy Notre Dame Uniforms and Other Apparel from Lands End
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3D Printer
Interested in printing on our school 3D printer?  Complete this interest form to participate in this 3D printing opportunity for ND students.  You do not need to have any prior experience with 3D modeling to use the 3D printer.  Stop by the Learning Commons to see the 3D printer in action!

Campus Reminders  
1. Please remember that all students must be off the class floors and out of the SLC by 3:30pm every day; at 4:30pm, all students must be checked into the Learning Commons for the remainder of their time on campus, unless in a supervised co-curricular activity.  
2. Please remember that the gated patio area outside of the Learning Commons (parallel to Third Street) is for seniors during lunch only.  Students, of any grade, may not sit in this area during the school day.  

Juniors & Seniors - Join CSF California Scholarship Federation
Serve the Notre Dame community as a peer tutor. Check out the ND CSF website to start the membership process and to sign-up to peer tutor.  Contact Ms. Hogan with any questions.

Volunteer Now

Notre Dame periodically recruits student volunteers for various events. Click on the box below to check out the list and check back often. Please note that these opportunities do not count towards service hour requirements.

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