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Online Entrepreneurship Summit
Learn and hear from educational business panels featuring successful business leaders and an entrepreneurial pitch competition. Summit runs from July 2-5. Click website for more information.
Notre Dame's Student Newspaper the Crown and Shield NEWS
Ecuador/Galapagos STEM Trip
Interested in traveling to Quito, Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands in the Summer of 2021 for 9 days? E-mail Mr. Lecheler or Ms. Heigre. MORE INFORMATION
Notre Dame Themed Merchandise
Looking for fun Notre Dame themed gifts? Check out the Notre Dame page on Redbubble. Want to add your own Notre Dame themed artwork to this site, upload your artwork to this FORM. All proceeds from the sales of these items goes to the Notre Dame Sister Circle Tuition Assistance fund.
Need Ideas for Service Hours?
Check google classroom and x2VOL for upcoming service opportunities. For local opportunities please also visit the Notre Dame community partner list of agencies, the map of local agencies, or updated listings on x2vol. Please review your current activity log to ensure all hours are accurate and verified in order to be approved.
Internship/Jobs/Enrichment Opportunities - most recent Internship/Jobs/Enrichment opportunities.
Sister Circle Totals
Class of 2021 Donation Page: https://www.ndsj.org/support-nd/class-of-2021-sister-circle
Class of 2022 Donation Page: https://www.ndsj.org/support-nd/class-of-2022-sister-circle
Class of 2023 Donation Page: https://www.ndsj.org/support-nd/class-of-2023-sister-circle
Class of 2024 Donation Page: To Come
Notre Dame has Various Places to Pray and Reflect Throughout the Day
You may record your prayer intentions in the Book of Intentions at the St Julie alcove in Manley Hall. You may record your prayer intentions in the Book of Intentions at the St Julie alcove in Manley Hall. Prayer mats for daily Muslim prayers are available in the Learning Commons and for use in Our Lady's Grotto and adjacent patio areas. Our Lady's Grotto and the SLC Courtyard also serve as places for prayer and reflection.
We have several students for whom potentially life-threatening food allergies are a reality. In order to ensure the safety of these students, we want to inform, and remind, everyone of the following:
1. There is a strict no food/beverage policy in ALL buildings, including classrooms and common areas (i.e. couch in Manley foyer). The only exception is for classrooms used for club/co-curricular meetings, at the end of which ALL desks where food was consumed need to be wiped down with the food-surface-safe spray.
2. There will be one table in Pardini, 3rd St Cafe, SLC Lounge, and SLC Courtyard that is designated as ALLERGEN FREE. Students choosing to sit at these tables MUST NOT consume any products with eggs, shellfish, or nuts/tree nuts.
3. There are particular classrooms that will be marked as nut-sensitive. If you are in one of these marked classrooms for a co-curricular activity or club meeting, please be mindful to not consume nuts in this room, and to be sure to carefully wipe down desks.
Picnic Table Etiquette
Picnic tables in Pardini Park and the 3rd St Cafe are all first-come, first served. This means that nobody can claim a table as theirs for the school year, nor can anyone remove items that a student(s) have placed there before going to purchase their lunch or heat up their lunch. Additionally, the tables are for SITTING -- there should not be any tables only used for storing bags during the entire lunch period. Be courteous and respectful to your peers; invite other students to sit with you if you have space, and respect other people's belongings if they have set them down at a table at the start of the period.