What's New at Notre Dame?
Academic Highlights from First Quarter
Something New at NDHS
In dual enrollment English, students studied articles about the importance and purpose of college and based some of their essays on their findings. Students also read about technology and how it affects the brain, as well as how it can be integrated effectively into the classroom.
In junior AP language, students read The Great Gatsby and compared it to the rather over the top film of the novel made by Baz Luhrman.
Reimagining Bible Stories
Honors Algebra I: Error Analysis in Tribes
These students are trying to figure out the errors made in the working out a multi-step inequality. Then, they are going to help the hypothetical student figure out and learn from her mistakes.
Students created masks to depict each person's most used defense mechanisms, trai scores in a personality inventory, and Adlerian concepts such as self ideal.
Mobile Food Pantry at Clifton Hill's Elementary School
- "They were superstars! They worked hard and even spoke Spanish with our families."
"Their hard work carrying food for every single family was amazing and should continue. Every family had a student helping them carry food!"
- "The students had such a positive attitudes and were always asking what more could they do."
- "I just want to shout out about the students that came. They helped me carry the trash and were so helpful."
AP World History
Reduction Block Prints