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Parents 

Your involvement encourages positive student behavior and achievement! NDA has many ways to get involved and stay informed!

Weekly Update

November 25, 2020

Lunch Menu

Plan for the month ahead with a downloadable printable menu.

Monthly Dining Menu

Quicklinks

Helpful resources for parents and students. 

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Get Involved

We thrive on the support of our community of parents, guardians, alumnae, and staff. Explore some of the ways you can help support Notre Dame Academy and the values it stands behind. Your involvement encourages positive student behavior and achievement!

PANDA 

Contact Volunteer Coordinator

PANDA (Parent Association of NDA) supports or hosts over 15+ events every year including the NDJA Bon’d Fire, Father/Daughter Dance, Mom & Me, the Used Uniform Sale, and After Prom. Your involvement encourages positive student behavior and achievement! For volunteer opportunities, PANDA meeting times, and volunteer signups contact our volunteer coordinator Denise Olson.

NDA Arts Parents Club

Contact Arts Parents Club

Supporting the arts at NDA. NDA Arts Parents Club organizes volunteers for musicals, plays, competitive speech, debate, choir,hip-hop team, orchestra, and visual arts events. Their work with the musical program funds special purchases in all areas of the arts–scholarships, lighting and sound equipment, art display materials, arts travel-and many others.  

NDA Athletics Boosters

Contact Athletics Boosters

Action-oriented group of parents, volunteers and administrators working together to promote athletic excellence, good sportsmanship and character-building relationships among athletes (over half of NDA students participate in one or more sports).Past projects have included furnishing weight room equipment, updating the soccer/lacrosse field stands, senior banners, scholarships, a softball scoreboard, record boards, and mobile video/broadcasting. 

*Protecting Youth Volunteer Requirements To ensure the safety of all of our students, the Toledo Diocese requires all volunteers to complete its Standards and Guidelines, background check, and Protecting Youth/Vulnerable Adults training module. All three requirements are completed through VIRTUS. To set up a VIRTUS account and complete the Safe Environment requirements, please go to the Protecting Youth & Victim Assistance page on the diocesan website here.


Transportation

There are three primary ways for your daughter to arrive to school:

Personal car
Drive yourself, with a family member or friend.

Bus
To arrange for your daughter to ride a bus, you must request transportation or payment in lieu of from your public school district. 

School districts with yellow bus transportation:

  1. Perrysburg City School District
  2. Rossford City School District
  3. Sylvania Public Schools
  4. Washington Local

School districts with transportation through TARTA:

  1. Maumee City School District (alternatively, payment in lieu of is available)
  2. Toledo Public School District

School districts with payment in lieu of transportation:

  1. Anthony Wayne Local School District
  2. Maumee City School District (alternatively, TARTA bus transportation is available)
  3. Oregon City School District
  4. Springfield Local School District

Carpooling
For families who wish to carpool, a list of all those interested will be sent, then families are responsible for contacting other NDA families to make their own arrangements.

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