Today, September 25th, is Global Day of Climate Action; a reminder for us to come together as a community to help combat climate change. As a community, we have the responsibility of caring for our planet by taking direct action. Although we are following a shelter-in-place guidance, there are little things you can do to help make a difference and reduce your carbon footprint, such as turning off your lights when you leave a room or continue to actively recycle.
Let us pray.
God, We pray that you watch over our global community, especially during these uncertain times. Help guide us to continue respecting and nurturing the Earth. Let us also pray for all the creatures that are currently having to seek refuge due to the destruction of their habitat and we continue to protect and preserve their beauty. AMEN
ASB HR Reps - Only read the bolded headline of announcements with blue arrows.
Freshmen - Apply for Leadership Positions by Tuesday, October 6
Apply for ASB Class Council, ASB Homeroom Rep, Campus Ministry Homeroom Rep, Peer Ministry leadership Group, Cheerleader & Mascot. Remember ALL applications are due on Tuesday, October 6.
Code of Conduct
Freshman Leadership Application
Club Meetings Friday's from 12:30 to 1:05
View the Virtual Club Fair slide show to get more infomation about each club and to sign up for their email lists. Please see the Quick Links on the right side of this page for the meeting schedule.
Jaguars Sweatpants - Order by Friday, October 9
Don't miss this one time only chance to order Jaguar sweatpants. The cost is $26 and you will be able to pick them up on campus by the end of October. Remember the order deadline is Friday, October 9. Sizing Information / ORDER FORM
Community Service Learning - Updated requirements for 2020-21
Please see the updated guidelines for community service learning for the 2020-21 academic year. More information about drop-in information sessions and specific grade level meetings will be sent to you.
Juniors & Seniors - NHS Application Due September 28
The National Honor Society (NHS) is a prestigious national organization whose members meet high standards for character, scholarship (minimum of 3.0 weighted GPA), service, and leadership. In order to be considered for membership, you must APPLY by 11:59 PM on Monday, September 28, 2020. Questions email Ms. Angelo.
League of Young Women Voters
This leadership group welcomes you to join us on specific Fridays for our virtual meetings. If you are interested in advocating, promoting the upcoming election and informing the community about participating in opportunities to get the student voice heard, please fill out this FORM to receive our Zoom link and meeting dates/times.
Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) Info Webinar & Slide Deck
Find out more about VAPA at ND by watching the webinar info meeting, and checking out the slide deck! Questions? Reach out to Ms. King, Ms. Andrus, or Ms. Paulson.
Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors - Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice "Immersion Trip"
All sophomores, juniors and seniors are invited to virtually attend the 2020 Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice "immersion trip", which is the largest annual Catholic social justice conference in the U.S. Find out more information HERE and fill out this registration form to attend. Please email Ms. Borromei (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Notre Dame's BSU & ASB Invite You to Support the Black Lives Matter Movement with T-Shirts & Stickers
BSU & ASB are selling T-Shirts and Stickers to support the local Black community. The proceeds of these items go directly to two local organizations that support the Black Lives Matter movement: African American Community Service Agency and Girls to Women. We are so excited to partner with them to support their work! We also created a video so you can learn more about the cause and how to take action.
Senior Tryout for Bellarmine’s Fashion Show on November 14
Show will be livestreamed from the Bellarmine campus featuring models walking the runway in a socially distant “fashion” with only essential production staff in attendance. RSVP now for the September 27 tryouts.
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.