Working in pairs, our middle school students learned about the different men who are considered to be strong candidates for pope. Each team created a short video to introduce their cardinal. We hope you will enjoy the videos and pray for the success of the conclave.
Jamie Watson, a Notre Dame Preparatory School senior and St. Francis of Assisi school alumna, received first place honors in the 39th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament for Original Oratory. Watson was one of six top winners from more than 4,200 national participants at the two-day tournament held February 16-18 in Cambridge, MA. Besting 361 other competitors in her category, Watson earned first place for her original oratory “Laughter—FDA Approved,” which she researched, wrote and delivered.
Third graders are learning how to do bar model word problems. This is pretty impressive!
We are very proud of our pastor and his ongoing commitment to social justice as described in this news article!
All of the kids had a great time learning how to program Lego robots using software loaded onto laptops.
We're very proud of our STEM robotics club, shown here prepping for today's event at the Naval Academy in Annapolis.
It's been a week since every middle school student, and every middle school teacher, began using iPads on a one-to-one basis. Here are some of the things we've already seen happening: