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Announcements

Announcements

14 October 2019

Sch. 1 (Announcements at 9:48)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? Walking Taco, Rice Krispy Treat

Club News

ASL Club will meet today during lunch in room 306. Join them to learn some fun new signs and enjoy a treat! Don’t forget to bring a lunch!

The International Club welcomes everyone to their meeting today during lunch in room 106. They will meet a new international student from Guatemala and plan a trip to the Corn Maze!

Sports

The NDA JA Navy Volleyball team won their last two matches this weekend to win the CYO Stritch 8th grade league championship.  They finished 10-2.  Congratulations to Zoe, Mackenzie, Gigi, Addison, Megan, Sydney, Ally, and Sofia!

Attention interested swimmers and divers, there will be a swimming and diving informational meeting today at 7 pm in Sr. Carol Hall.  Please see Mr. Snyder if you cannot attend the meeting.

Attention interested gymnasts, there will be a gymnastics informational meeting Tuesday at 6 pm in the Resource Center.  Please see Mr. Snyder if you cannot attend the meeting.

Announcements

11 October 2019

Sch. 1 (Announcements at 9:48)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? Cheese Lasagna, Garlic Parmesan Breadstick, Steamed Broccoli

From the Campus Ministry Office

Sophomores, there will be a meeting on Tuesday during lunch for anyone who wants to be involved in Sophomore Signing. Bring your lunch to room 111.

Also, sophomores, program design covers are due to Mrs. Jakubisin no later than Wednesday. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Jakubisin

From AVI

Check out what’s new in Dining Commons!

You will notice a second cooler filled with a variety of drinks. AVI will start offering Core Water which is the perfect balance of minerals and electrolytes.  Core Organics is a USDA certified organic fruit infused beverage with antioxidants.  Multiple flavors of Snapple and Bai drinks will also now be available. These beverages will be in their own new cooler and will range from $1.75 – $2.25. They are NOT included in our combo meals.

In Club News

Last Week Disney Club had some technical problems with the movie, so they are starting over.

Disney Club will meet today during lunch in room 307 to watch Brave. Bring your lunch and a friend for the fun.

The Video Game Club will meet today during lunch in the Resource Center.  Bring a packed lunch to join them as they continue their Mario Kart tournament and play other games on the Nintendo Switch.  Please note that the Resource Center will be closed for lunch due to this meeting.

Sports

Good luck to our sports teams this weekend!

On Saturday, our varsity tennis players complete in Day 2 of the OHSAA District Tournament at Port Clinton High School and our rowing team participates in the Skyline Scrimmage at Concordia University in Ann Arbor.  Our high school and JV cross country teams compete in the TRAC Championship at Faurot Park in Lima starting at 9 am.  AND, our soccer teams play St. Ursula in their last TRAC matches of the season at the University of Toledo’s new on-campus soccer field with the JV game starting at 11 am followed by the varsity at 1 pm.  Also, our JA volleyball teams have their last CYO league matches of the season.  Go Eagles!

Athletes of the Week

This week we have three athletes of the week.  First up is equestrian team member and freshman Courtney Lestock.

Courtney has been a very consistent rider, scoring well in each of the meets. She was the team’s high point rider this year and our high point rider in the State Meet.

According to Equestrian Coach Joe Szmania: “Courtney exhibits many virtues, but I think that the virtues of composure and bravery describe her best.  I have never seen her lose her composure or seem rattled during a meet.  I have never seen an equestrian as calm and composed as Courtney. Courtney is brave.  Horse riding is a very dangerous sport and Courtney specializes in the jumping classes, which are the most physically demanding and dangerous classes an equestrian can do.”

Next up is JV and varsity soccer player and junior Jillian Cendol.  Jillian play midfield for the JV soccer team.

According to Head JV Soccer Coach Michela Krieger:  “Jill is always willing to go above and beyond to help out the team and coaching staff no matter what the task may be. She is continuously working hard and pushing her teammates to become better athletes, on both the JV and the Varsity teams. Her positive attitude and constant support of the other girls makes coaching her so much fun!”

Next up is varsity soccer player and senior Katie Wisniewski.  Katie is the varsity goalkeeper.  She has had a tremendous year in goal this year playing against some of the best teams in the country. Katie has made some incredible saves, like a PK stop against nationally ranked Walsh Jesuit, to keep us in some big games.

According to Head Varsity Soccer Coach Chip Smith:  “Katie’s intensity, leadership, and passion have really stood out at times this year. She has worked really hard to hold others accountable but also provide an ear to help build teammates up when they are struggling.

Katie’s passion for the sport has really sparked our training sessions and games at times over the season. She is thoughtful about her performances and how she can help the team improve. And even when she herself has struggled this season, she has always come back to try and refocus and get better.”

Congratulations to Courtney Lestock, Jillian Cendol, and Katie Wisniewski, this week’s Atheltes of the Week!

Announcements

10 October 2019

Sch. 2 (Announcements at 9:33)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? The Eagle Bowl.

From the Campus Ministry Office

If you are interested in going on the Dominican Republic Mission Trip, please return the RSVP or see Mr. Mocek in Campus Ministry.

Club News

SETA will meet in room 104 TODAY during lunch to watch “What the Health!” All are welcome!

Latin Club will meet today during lunch in Room 304 to finally finish Hercules. All are welcome, and bring your lunch!

Sports

The varsity soccer team defeated league rival Central Catholic 5-0 last night.

Senior Alyssa Stark scored twice and fellow Senior Aishlin Armstrong also scored. Junior Emma Hoyt scored a first half penalty kick and sophomore Zoe Greenbaum also scored.

Senior Katie Wisniewski secured the shutout behind a strong team defensive effort.

Good luck to our varsity tennis players today at day one of the OHSAA District Meet at BGSU!

Good luck to our varsity, JV, and freshmen volleyball teams today in their huge TRAC matches against SUA!  The freshmen match starts at 4:30 pm followed by the JV and varsity.  You must have a ticket to get in and tickets will not be sold at the door.  Passes will not be accepted at the door.

NDA students must use their free orange ticket to get in to the game.  The orange ticket is ONLY good for NDA students.  For today’s volleyball games, noisemakers, shakers (including pom poms), and glitter are prohibited.  Just bring yourself and be loud!  Go Eagles!

Announcements

09 October 2019

Sch. 4 (Announcements at 10:10)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? Grilled Chicken Pesto, Penne Pasta, and Steamed Green Beans

Club News

Film Studies Club will meet today at lunch to continue watching THE ORPHANAGE – bring your packed lunch to 309!

Last night’s Archery Club shooting was very close with Samantha Drzewiecki coming out on top with a score of 206. Second place went to Courtney Lestock, scoring 190.

Hundred point or more scorers were:

Brianna Ackerman

Kennisha Bryson

Danielle Donkor

Jackie Moates

and Eliana Peron

Come join them for the next competition Tuesday 3:05-4:05.

Pep Club moderator Mrs. Edgell reminds you tonight’s soccer game vs Central is not only a “Pajama Out” but also a pep point game. See a pep club captain to sign in for your pep points. Remember that you are the only one that can sign you in.
Thursday’s volleyball game is also a pep point game and a Hawaiian Out.

Sports

The varsity tennis team is headed back to the Final Four! The district final was a 5-0 shutout over the Arrows! The team is 18-1 for the season and ranked 7th in the state. They will head to Columbus next weekend! Congratulations to – Lilly, Ellie, Liv, T, Meg, Erin, Gretchen, Halle and Kathryn.

The varsity golf team finished third at Districts yesterday held at Stone Ridge in BG and narrowly missed the opportunity to qualify for States. Great season, girls!

Next week, there will be a gymnastics informational meeting on Tuesday, October 15th at 6 pm in the Resource Center.  All interested gymnasts and a parent or guardian should attend.  Please see Mr. Snyder with questions.

Good luck to our varsity tennis players competing in the OHSAA District Tournament tomorrow at BGSU.  Good luck to our varsity soccer team today as they host Central Catholic in a big TRAC contest.  The game starts at 5 pm, and this is the last home soccer game this season that NDA students, faculty, and staff get in free, so come out tonight to cheer on our varsity soccer team!

Tomorrow’s home volleyball games vs. SUA are sold out.  Students must use their free orange ticket to get in to the game.  The orange ticket is ONLY for NDA students.  Tickets will not be sold at the door and passes will not be accepted.  For tomorrow’s volleyball games, noisemakers, shakers (including pom poms), and glitter are prohibited.  Just bring yourself and be loud!

Go Eagles!

Announcements

08 October 2019

Sch. 1 (Announcements at 9:48)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? Baked Potato Bar

And there will be LOTS of cinnamon rolls ready for flex time.

From Mrs. Beaverson

Youth Leadership Toledo announces its fall leadership conference titled: Discovering Your Purpose, to be held November 2 at the Mott Branch Library from 10 AM-2 PM.

Discovering Your Purpose is an opportunity for high school students to discover their leadership potential by exploring what it means to lead with purpose and to be authentic in their communities.

The conference is free to attend, includes lunch, and is open to all high school students. They do ask that everyone planning to attend register to have an accurate count for lunch ordering.

Students can register by going to  https://leadershiptoledo.org/conference and clicking on “register here.”

Exec Student Council

There will be a Red Ribbon Week meeting in room 106 today at flex time. Anyone from grades 9-12 is welcome to come and share any ideas. If you have any questions or comments for Red Ribbon Week, please email JSpidel21@nda.org.

Club News

Attention all Current Events Club members: A google form was posted on the club google classroom so you can vote for the club tee shirt design. Make sure your voice is heard; every vote counts! Vote for color and quote! Voting runs until end of school today.

Disney Club is meeting today during lunch in Fitz Commons to watch Brave. Bring your lunch and a friend; all are welcome.

Fashion Club will meet today during lunch in the Fishbowl to order t-shirts and discuss fashion sketching and sketch apps!

Attention all art lovers! Are you interested in making your own jewelry? If so, Art Club will be having a jewelry making meeting Tuesday, October 15 after school. A sign-up sheet will be posted outside of room 202. Please sign up by October 14. The cost will be $1.50.

Pep Club announces the soccer game on Wednesday vs. Central will be a pajama out and the volleyball game Thursday against St. Ursula will be a Hawaiian out. Come out to both games to cheer our Eagles on to victory!

Quiz Bowl season is off to a great start, winning both JV and Varsity matches against Toledo Technical Academy! There will be a Quiz Bowl meeting on Wednesday during lunch in room 105. If you’re interested in Quiz Bowl this fall, this is your last chance to get on the roster.

In Speech Team News

Potential and current Lincoln Douglas debaters, there is meeting today in 103 right after school!

Potential and current Public Forum debaters will meet in room 103 at 4:30 on Wednesday!

Sports

The JV soccer team defeated Whitmer 9-0 last night. Goals were scored by:

Julia Nester 2, Mae Kashk 2, Katie Marshall 2, Maddi Kristof 1, Jill Cendol 1, and Selena Garcia 1. Madi Soulis got the shutout in goal.

There will be a swim and dive meeting Monday, October 14 at 7pm in Sr. Carol Hall.

Good luck to our varsity golf team today at the OHSAA District Tournament at Stone Ridge!

Listen up ladies:  Starting at flex time today, students will be able to get their free ticket for this Thursday’s volleyball games vs. SUA at NDA.  We have a set amount of tickets so you must be 99% sure that you will be attending the matches to pick up a ticket today.  The NDA student ticket is orange and can ONLY be used for NDA students.

Here is when you can get in line for your ticket in the main office lobby:

Seniors and Junior can get their ticket immediately after announcements.  Not before, not during, but immediately after announcements.

Sophomores and freshmen can get their ticket starting at 10 am.

JA students can get their ticket starting at 10:05 am.

Again, this is just for your free student ticket.

Starting at lunch today we will sell tickets to current NDA families and NDA alumnae IF there are any tickets remaining. Ticket prices are $5 for students and senior citizens and $7 for adults.

This will be a sell-out so please get your free student ticket for NDA students only today during flex time if you are 99% sure that you will be attending the matches.  Please see Mr. Snyder with questions.  Go Eagles!

Announcements

07 October 2019

Sch. 1 (Announcements at 9:48)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? Korean Ground Beef Lettuce Wraps and Steamed Rice

From the Campus Ministry Office

Attention all sophomores: Sophomore Signing is at the end of October! If you are interested in designing the program cover. Please contact Mrs. Jakubisin for details.

From Mrs. Schank in the Counseling Center

Sophomores, are you interested in a unique and fun leadership opportunity?  Do you like to meet new people and try new things?

If so, you should apply to attend the Hugh O’Brien Leadership Conference (HOBY) which will be June 4-7th on the campus of Ohio Northern University.

To apply, please pick up a HOBY Application form from the Counseling Center.  Only one sophomore from NDA will be selected to attend this amazing leadership conference, so apply today!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Schank.

Musical

Attention students, if you need on-campus service hours, Mrs. Walker has great opportunity for you.  She needs ushers for the musical.  You can earn service hours and stay and see the show for free. You must attend the mandatory meeting and sign up session next Tuesday, October 8 during flex.  See Mrs. Walker in room 106 with any questions.

Sports

The Equestrian Team competed in the State Meet on Sunday and took second place in the division.

Elise Straub placed first in Equitation Over fences, third in Saddle Seat Equitation, fifth in Saddle Seat Bareback, and sixth in Saddle Seat Pattern and Hunt Seat Bareback.

Courtney Lestock placed first in Saddle Seat Bareback, second in Equitation Over Fences and Saddle Seat Equitation, third in Hunt Seat Bareback, fifth in Saddle Seat Pattern, and seventh in Saddle Seat Showmanship.

The varsity tennis team dominated sectional play, sending 6 players to Districts. Freshman Lilly Black won the singles championship, and junior Gretchen Gmitter finished 4th.

It was an all Eagle doubles final with junior Liv Assenmacher and freshman Ellie Assenmacher winning over seniors Tierney Sturgeon and Meg Ohlinger. The team competes in the team district final Tuesday against the Arrows!

Our Junior Academy Cross Country team ran this weekend at the CYO Championships in Bowling Green, Ohio.  Macey Malek led the Eagles taking fifth overall, with strong finishes by Natalie Chryst, Reagan Higgins, Joslyne Nelson, Siona Niak and V Goyal. The girls won the CYO championships. Go Eagles!

This Thursday our volleyball program will host St. Ursula in the Toledo area’s biggest regular season volleyball matches of the year.  NDA students will be admitted for free, but you will need to get your NDA student-only ticket TOMORROW starting at flex time to guarantee admission.  This free ticket can ONLY be used for NDA students. Listen to announcements tomorrow for specific instructions on getting your ticket.   Also, tomorrow starting at 11:35 am we will sell tickets to NDA families and alums until 3:30 pm.  Ticket prices are $5 for students and senior citizens and $7 for adults.  Remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday at 9 am.  Be sure to get your free NDA student ticket on tomorrow! Go Eagles!

Good luck to our JV soccer team as they play Whitmer at Erme Field at 5 pm today in a TRAC contest.  Also, good luck to our varsity golf team tomorrow in the OHSAA District Meet at Stone Ridge. Go Eagles!

Announcements

04 October 2019

Sch. 1 (Announcements at 9:48)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? Baked Garlic Chicken Parmesan, Egg Noodles, and Vegetable Melody

From the Campus Ministry Office

Campus Ministry will be hosting Fellowship Friday today. Come grab a snack, hangout, and color.

Are you interested in going to the Dominican Republic this summer? There will be an informational meeting in Fitz Commons today during lunch. All are welcome to attend!

Musical Ushers

Attention students, if you need on-campus service hours, Mrs. Walker has great opportunity for you.  She needs ushers for the musical.  You can earn service hours and stay and see the show for free. You must attend the mandatory meeting and sign up session next Tuesday, October 8 during flex.  See Mrs. Walker in room 106 with any questions.

From Mrs. Huffman – Voter Registration

Today is the final day to register to vote at NDA. You can register to vote if you will be 18 by November 5.  Please see Mrs. Huffman in room 302 to get a form or turn it in by the end of the day.

Research Project

Jessica Kusina, a 2010 graduate from Notre Dame Academy, is conducting a research project about teenagers’ self-image and personal values and needs your help! Jessica is in the Clinical Psychology PhD program at Case Western Reserve University, where she researchers and conducts therapy with children, teens, and family members. For this project, Jessica will be coming to NDA on Thursday October 24. If you would like to be a part of this study and have permission from your parents, Jessica will have you complete an anonymous survey about the beliefs you hold about yourself, others, and the world. Then you will be in a small group, where you will discuss some of these beliefs. Parents will receive an email about this study, with a link to the electronic permission form. If you are interested in participating, we encourage you to talk to your parents about this opportunity.

Sports

Congratulations to all three NDA volleyball teams as they beat the Fremont Ross Little Giants in last night’s contests on Senior Night! Freshmen won in 2, JV in 3, and Varsity in 3. A special congrats to the two seniors in the program, Hailey Kaufman and Jennifer Ngo!

Athletes of the Week

This week, we have three athletes of the week, all from our volleyball program.  First up is freshmen volleyball player and middle hitter Katelyn Jones.

According to Head Freshmen Volleyball Coach Tammy Kaseman: “Katelyn’s hard work, effort and concentration makes her a very coachable team player. Katelyn’s “Enthusiastic” personality is contagious.  She helps out others on the team and lifts everyone up when we may be facing a difficult set. She is the loudest on the team, our biggest cheerleader and a real pleasure to coach.”

Next up is JV volleyball player and sophomore Emma Kapszukiewicz.  Emma is a middle blocker and outside hitter for the JV team.

According to Head JV Volleyball Coach Matt Trzcinski:  “Emma is a talented athlete and her love of volleyball is very apparent! She is constantly working to improve her own skills and continuously pushes her teammates to work hard, too. Emma embodies the virtue “enthusiastic.” Her positive attitude and willingness to push herself and lift others allows her to help herself and her teammates in moments of adversity. Additionally, she also embodies the virtue of “teamwork” because when she is on the court or waiting to play, she is always cheering the loudest for her teammates!”

Next up is varsity volleyball player and junior Anna Busse.  Anna is a libero for the varsity team.  According to Head Varsity Volleyball Coach Jeff Pitzen:  “Anna she leads the team with 180 digs, but her effort and willingness to hit the court has been outstanding.  Anna’s resolve has been strong in her quest to be the libero on the varsity team.  She has been pushed hard and “persevered” through tough competition to get to where she is and the coaching staff is very proud of Anna.  Keep it up young lady.”

Congratulations to Katelyn Jones, Emma Kapszukiewicz, and Anna Busse, this week’s Athletes of the Week!

Announcements

03 October 2019

Sch. 1 (Announcements at 9:48)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? Asian-themed Totcho Bar! This consists of tater tots, grilled chicken marinated in Asian sesame oils, choice of General Tso or Sweet & Sour sauce and topped off with our homemade Asian Slaw. Mac and Cheese pizza will also be featured.

At Flex time, AVI will have a limited number of our fresh hot cinnamon rolls!

From Exec Student Council

There will be a Red Ribbon Week meeting today during Flex in room 106. Anyone from grades 9-12 is open to get involved and share ideas. If you have any questions or comments for Red Ribbon Week, please email JSpidel21@nda.org.

In Club News

Current Events Club will meet today during lunch in room 305. Bring your lunch and join in on the discussion and vote for the new club tee shirts! New members are always welcome! Stay current with Current Events Club!

Hola! Spanish Club will meet today at lunch in room 204! Join them to watch a Spanish movie and eat some chips, salsa, and queso!

Sports

The Varsity Golf Team competed in Sectionals yesterday and finished as Runner-Ups to qualify for Districts next Tuesday. Leading the way was Alex Simpson with a career low Tournament score of 77, which finished as 2nd overall.

Great job team and good luck at Districts!

The varsity soccer team beat Whitmer last night 9-0.

Sophomore Iliana Calcamuggio scored 3 goals, freshman Julia Nester had two, and seniors Rachel Spencer, Alyssa Stark and Allison Cooley, and sophomore Maddi Kristof also scored.

Goalies Senior Katie Wisniewski and junior Madi Soulis earned the shutout.

Come out to support your Eagles tonight in our home volleyball match against the Little Giants of Fremont Ross! What’s even better, it’s senior night! We will be honoring seniors, Jennifer Ngo and Hailey Kaufman, and their families, for their years of commitment to the NDA volleyball program. Be in the gym tonight to cheer the Eagles on to victory!

Good luck to our varsity tennis team today at the OHSAA Sectional Tournament at Fremont Ross High School.  Good luck to our volleyball teams today in their TRAC triple header vs. Fremont Ross.  The freshmen match starts at 4:30 pm followed by JV and varsity.  It is Senior-Parent Day and we will recognize our two seniors and their parents immediately after the JV match.  Come out to cheer on our teams! Go Eagles!

Announcements

02 October 2019

Sch. 4 (Announcements at 10:10)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? Chicken Divan and Steamed Rice

There is a bake sale in the Dining Commons during lunch Thursday. All items will be fifty cents.

From the Counseling Center

Today is the first Dine and Do of the season put on by Chick-fil-A. The focus will be geared toward teen employment recruitment. A rep will be here to provide a free sandwich for all participants who have signed up in the first 90 slots via Google Form. A roster is posted outside of Fitz.

Club News

Korean Club meets today during lunch in room 111 to talk about Korean pop music that is on the rise. There will be snacks, so be sure to bring a friend and come learn about another culture.

French Club will meet today during lunch in room 307 to do some fun crafts and eat some good food. Join them and bring a friend if you like.

The Minds Matter Club will meet tomorrow in room 105. Club Moderator Mrs. Gallaher said, “Pack you lunch and join us in taking care of our minds.”

Archery Club welcomed two new members yesterday. Special congratulations to the top shooter Sam Drzewuecki with 142 points.

Kudos also go out to 100 or more points scorers…

Leilani Gonzales

Courtney Lestock

Eliana Peron

And Here Yang

The next Archery Club will be Tuesday from 3:05-4:10

Sports

Good luck to our varsity golf team today in the Sectional Tournament at Heather Downs Country Club and good luck to our soccer team today in their TRAC contests vs. Whitmer. The JV plays at 5 pm at Erme Field and the varsity plays at 7 pm in Whitmer’s stadium. Good luck to our JV B tennis team in its last match of the season at Northview at 4:30 pm.

Also, good luck to our varsity tennis team tomorrow in day 1 of the Sectional Tournament at Fremont Ross High School.

Go Eagles!

Announcements

01 October 2019

Sch. 1 (Announcements at 9:48)

 

What’s cooking at NDA? Assorted Pizzas w/ garlic breadstick. Back by popular demand, the Pasta Bar is back for today only!

During Flex time today, AVI will be offering fresh warm cinnamon rolls! Try one today!

There is a bake sale in the Dining Commons during lunch Thursday. All items will be fifty cents.

From the Campus Ministry Office

The Sophomore Retreat has been moved from this Friday to Friday Oct. 25.

In Class Level News

Attention Juniors. The next Junior Induction Prayer Service Committee Meeting is today during lunch in Campus Ministry. Also, the next Junior Induction Decorations Committee Meeting is tomorrow during lunch in the Music Room. Come to either meeting to continue to get involved in this special night for the junior class.

Seniors should report directly to the PAC Wednesday morning at 8:15 for a class meeting.

From Yearbook Adviser Mrs. Sells

Currently 53 seniors still need to be photographed at Prestige Studio for your photo to go in the senior section of the yearbook and class composite photo. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to schedule, so please schedule your free appointment as soon as possible. The deadline to have your photo taken is October 31. Email Mrs. Sells if you have any questions.

Speech and Debate Team News

Anyone interested in debate or past and future debaters: there will be a meeting with our debate coach Mr. Watson at 4:30 Wednesday after school. Check in the Green Room after school for location!

If you have questions about debate, see Mrs. Sanders in the Green Room during flex today or tomorrow!

Sports

Good luck to our varsity golf team tomorrow in the OHSAA Sectional Tournament at Heather Downs Country Club. Go Eagles!

Dates to remember

Dates to Remember
2019 – 2020
August 15 FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL & Underclass Pictures – BLAZERS
August 30 NO CLASSES – Faculty/Staff In-service
September 2 NO CLASSES – Labor Day
September 5 Parent/Teacher Night
September 16  Early Dismissal  at 2:30 pm
September 25 -September 26 Visitation
October 11 End of First Quarter
October 10/18   NO SCHOOL
November 10 Open House
November 14
1-4 pm Parent/Teacher Conferences (1st Session)
5-8 pm Parent/Teacher Conferences (2nd Session)
November 15 SCHEDULE 6 – 2 Hour Delay
November 27-29 NO CLASSES – Thanksgiving Break
December 16-18 Exams
December 18 End of Second Quarter
December 19-January 5 NO CLASSES – Christmas Break
January 6 Classes Resume
January 20 NO CLASSES – MLK Day
February 17 NO CLASSES – President’s Day
February 19 NO CLASSES – Faculty/Staff Formation
March 11 Extended PLC/Schedule 6 – 2 hour delay
March 13 End of Third Quarter
April 6-April 13 NO CLASSES – Easter Break
April 14 Classes Resume
April 24 May Crowning (Full Day of School)
April 30 – May 1 Senior Exams
May 5-6 Testing/Classes begin at 12:15 pm
May 7-8 No Classes – Testing
May 12 GRADUATION CLASS OF 2020
May 13 SCHEDULE 6 – 2 Hour Delay
May 25 NO CLASSES – Memorial Day
May 27-29 Exams (Grades 7-10)/Junior KAIROS
May 29 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
May 29 8th Grade Graduation
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