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NDCL welcomes administrator

Nick Carillon joined the Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin School community as the new associate athletic director just before the start of their “pandemic pause” in November.

A graduate of the University of Akron with a degree in sport management, Mr. Carillon most recently served as the athletic operations coordinator at Woodridge High School in Peninsula. He managed multiple aspects of the Bulldog athletic program, focusing on game-day management. At the University of Akron, Mr. Carillon directed creative media for the Zips football team for two years. His responsibilities included social media, content development, graphic design and recruiting support.

“Mr. Carillon brings expertise, enthusiasm and interpersonal skills that are already making a huge difference for our student-athletes and their coaches,” commented Athletic Director Jim Clark. “His experience at the University of Akron and Woodridge enabled him to hit the ground running.”

“I am so blessed to have the opportunity to work with not only a special athletic department but a special school at NDCL,” Mr. Carillon said. “It has only taken a short amount of time for me to find out that our students, faculty, coaches and parents expect nothing less than excellence both on and off the court and field.

“I look forward to helping uphold that standard every day,” he added.

Mr. Carillon steps into the associate AD role after the departure of Randy Thomas, who early this school year announced his plans to leave NDCL at the end of November. Mr. Thomas helped guide the athletic program since 2017.

Badge workshop upcoming

The Boy Scouts of America Astronomy Merit Badge Workshop will be from 5-8 p.m. Feb. 19 at Observatory Park, 10610 Clay St. in Montville. Pre-work will be required for certain requirements. An astronomy merit badge counselor will be on site. All attending, including adults, must register due to group size restrictions. Face coverings are required indoors and outdoors. Registration is open by phone only at 440-286-9516 and information will be emailed upon registration.

Scouts explore space science

Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts can learn about careers in the space industry, telescopes, constellations and more from 5-7:30 p.m. Feb. 20 in the Robert McCullough Science Center, 10610 Clay St. in Montville. Work on the Space Science Master and Expert badges. Dress for the weather. All attending, including adults, must register due to group size restrictions. Face coverings are required indoors and outdoors. Registration is open by phone only at 440-286-9516.

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