NDCL Open House upcoming

Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin, 13000 Auburn Road in Chardon, will host its Spring Family Open House on May 2 from 6-8 p.m. All sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders and their families are invited to tour the 75-acre campus and get a glimpse of recent campus improvements. For more information, contact Michael Suso, director of admissions, at 440-279-1088 or visit ndcl.org/admisssions.aspx.

NDES stages ‘School House Rock’

Notre Dame Elementary School students in grades three through seven recently performed “School House Rock Live, Jr.” Thank you to Lisa Marie French of Willoughby Fine Arts for coordinating the drama program.

History Day regional competitors

Notre Dame Elementary School seventh-graders Hailey Karban and Grace Legan of Chardon, eighth-graders Bailey Rice and Nathan Galante of Concord, eighth-graders Lauren McGraw and Ryley Stefanek of Chardon, eighth-grader Jonathan Ratka of Middlefield, seventh-grader Jack Gaugler of Concord, seventh-grader Ryan Shemitz of Chardon, eighth-grader Marco Shvorob of Mantua, eighth-grader Brian Bates of Chagrin Falls and eighth-grader Ryan Callahan of Chardon participated in the National History Day Regional Competition at Youngstown State University. The students chose historical topics that related to the theme Triumph and Tragedy. There were at least 13 different schools represented and more than 100 entries. Nine NDES students will be moving on to the state competition at Ohio Wesleyan University on April 27.

Eighth-graders visit D.C.

Notre Dame Elementary School eighth-graders recently made their annual trek to Washington, D.C. Students began their experience with a visit to the Basilica of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, a visit to the Iwo Jima Memorial and then Arlington National Cemetery, followed by a visit to the Capitol Building where they met with Congressman David Joyce, R-Bainbridge.

Fourth-graders visit Garfield House

To enrich the fourth-grade curriculum in which the students learn Ohio history, Notre Dame Elementary School students visited the James A. Garfield Memorial at Lakeview Cemetery and then traveled to President Garfield’s home in Mentor. The school hopes to make this destination a yearly tradition.

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