NDHS Student Happenings
Week of September 24-28
Week at a Glance
Wednesday Prayer at the Flagpole
Thursday Opening Mass
Travel Information Meeting at 6
Friday Orange Shirt Day
No Vaping at Notre Dame
We have been seeing an increasing amount of vaping within our school.
This is a reminder that the use of e-cigarettes, breezes, vapes, or any other type of electronic cigarette or personal vaporizer is strictly prohibited in our buildings, bathrooms, or any where within the school or on school property regardless if the e-cigarette contains nicotine or not.
The practice of vaping falls within the definition of smoking under the City’s Smoke Free Bylaw, and is therefore prohibited in public places, including the school.
Again, vaping is prohibited in the school and on school property. If you choose to vape within the school, you will be suspended, the vape will be confiscated.
Thank you for helping keep our school safe and smoke and tobacco free.
Here is the City of Red Deer Bylaw
Sheldon Kennedy Presentation
On September 24, Sheldon Kennedy will be at our school to share with students and staff how toxic stress affected his life and his journey to positive self-discovery.
To find out more about Sheldon's story and his ongoing advocacy efforts for kids, please see the link below.
If you do not want to attend the presentation on September 24, please contact your grade counsellor.
Miguel Deschenes - Grade 10 Counsellor
Mallory Lussier - Grade 11 Counsellor
Jill Meraw - Grade 12 Counsellor
Christy Magill - School Counsellor
If you need to pick up paperwork, please come by the office as soon as possible.
Apply Alberta Help SessionIf you need help setting up your Apply Alberta account ( the first step for students applying to college or university), sign up with Ms. Halter for a help session at lunch in the Learning Commons on September 26.
Dungeons & Dragons Club
Looking for a club that lets you explore fantastical worlds with fellow adventurers? Check out the Dungeons & Dragons Club! The first meeting of the year is on Monday, October 1st after school in the Learning Commons.
See Miss Stevens in the Learning Commons for sign up and more information!
3-D printing is available in the Learning Commons! For only $0.15/g you can bring your very own creation to life!
See Miss Stevens in the Learning Commons for more information.
Any students interested please see Mrs. Lussier at Student Services, or contact by e-mail.
Every Child Matters - Orange Shirt Day
Orange Shirt Day is also an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come.