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  Issue #260
  October 31, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mission Statement
  
Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin is a Catholic,
co-educational, college preparatory school sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame.
 
Like Mary, who gave Christ to the world, NDCL educates leaders who transform the world, as Jesus did, by living the truth in love.
 
 
 
 
Core Values
Justice
Respect
Integrity
Community
Excellence
 
LION PRIDE IS STATEWIDE: Our boys cross country team, shown here after winning last week's regional championship, will compete in the state finals tomorrow in Hebron, Ohio. Members include sophomore Ryan Hertz; seniors Michael Beebe and Mac Hertz; Coach Karl Weinfurtner; seniors Mick Stanovsek and Jared Bottger; and sophomores Tommy Carballada and Nick Elia. Not pictured are alternates senior Matt Folkman, junior Jayson Breier, and sophomore Matthew Fazio.
   
Boys cross country runs toward state title
After an impressive first-place finish in the regional tournament, our boys cross country team will vie for the Division II State Championship tomorrow morning at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio.
 
The race begins at 11:45 AM. Fans unable to travel to Hebron can get real-time results at the Ohio High School Athletic Association's website.
 
In addition to the regional championship, the team's impressive season included five first-place finishes in the regular season, the North Coast League championship, and the district championship.
     

Volleyball competes in regional final tomorrow
Our Lion volleyball team will face the Archbishop Hoban Knights tomorrow at Stow-Munroe Falls High School at 2:00 PM for the regional championship. Tickets are $8.00 at the door.
       

New laptops bring computer total to 500+
         
TECH ADVANTAGE: Senior Chad Cipollone uses one of NDCL's new laptops as he works on a research paper for his English class.
This week we completed the roll-out of more than 200 new Windows 8 laptops, bringing the total number of computers on campus to more than 500 for our student population of 700.
  
Special thanks to Technology Director Mr. Phil LeMay for his efforts to customize the new devices for the needs of our students and teachers. Librarian/media specialist Mrs. Amy Myers assisted in this tedious and time-consuming process.
   
A $20,000 grant from the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland's recent capital campaign funded the purchase of new laptops for use in our Theology classes. We purchased the additional laptops with a combination of state and NDCL money.
       

Buy tickets online now
for The Curious Savage
NDCL’s Performing Arts Department will present The Curious Savage by John Patrick in three performances on November 6, 7, and 8 in the Pat and Janet O’Brien Center for the Performing Arts. All performances begin at 7:00 p.m.
    
All tickets are $8.00 and must be reserved and purchased through NDCL's online system.The ticketing website features a theater seating diagram so you can choose from available seats. 
   
You can pick up your tickets at the box office on the evening of the performance or at the school office during regular school hours. Please allow 24 hours for your ticket order to be processed. 
 
The Curious Savage is presented through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
     

Info meeting for Variety Show set for Nov. 19
Although it's only Halloween, Student Council is already planning for February's NDCL Variety Show. This event will showcase our students' vocal, instrumental, dance, and dramatic talents. Students can perform alone or in groups.
   
Interested students should plan to attend an informational meeting during activity block on Wednesday, November 19, in the O'Brien Center, where they'll learn audition requirements and dates as well as rehearsal times. Questions? Contact Student Council advisers Ms. Susan Ancheta or Miss Ericka Bella.
     

Deadline for Close Up registration is Nov. 21
Sophomores, juniors, and seniors who wish to participate in the Close Up trip to Washington, DC, this March need to register and pay their $400 deposit by November 21. For more information, email social studies teacher Mr. William Scott or see him in Room 132.
   

Sign up to donate blood on November 14
The Red Cross Bloodmobile will visit NDCL on Friday, November 14, to accept blood donations from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Baker Gym.
 
The Red Cross encourages all healthy persons who are at least 16 years old and who weigh at least 100 pounds to donate. Sixteen-year-olds need a signed parental permission form to donate.
  
Parents and other relatives who wish to donate blood should feel free to come to school at their convenience during the school day on November 14.
 
Click here to register as a donor.
  

Toledo, Duquesne, Notre Dame College
among colleges to visit campus this week
Here's this week's schedule of college visits to our campus. All visits begin at 10:50 AM unless otherwise noted.
   
Monday, November 3
University of Toledo @ 2:15 pm 
Tuesday, November 4
Slippery Rock University 
Thursday, November 6
Notre Dame College of Ohio
Wittenberg University
Friday, November 7
Duquesne University