Notre Dame High School
21 February 2019

2019 Irish Legend – Frank Aucremanne ’76

Frank Aucremanne graduated from Notre Dame High School in 1976. Aucremanne is an Executive Director at Cleveland Clinic, reporting to the Chief of Operations, and is responsible for all real estate, planning, design, construction, and facilities operations and maintenance across the Cleveland Clinic system. The system encompasses over 32 million square feet of facilities consisting...
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19 February 2019

2019 Irish Legend – Theresa Cody White ’66

Theresa White is a 1966 graduate of Notre Dame High School and obtained her BSN from West Virginia University in 1972 and her MSN in Nursing Education and Management from Bellarmine University in 1996. Her early career included Critical Care and Home Health Nursing before spending 32 years serving the nation’s Veterans as a Med-Surg...
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15 February 2019

2019 Irish Legend – Jo Ann Ellis Iquinto ’65

Jo Ann Ellis Iquinto attended All Saints and St Mary’s Grade Schools and graduated from Notre Dame High School in 1965. Jo Ann is the daughter of the late Joseph and Frances (Benincosa) Ellis. Both her brothers, Joseph (‘67) and Jim (‘80) are Notre Dame graduates. Her sister-in- law, Patricia Quinn Ellis (‘81) is currently...
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12 February 2019

Matthew Lehosit ’99 Named 2019 Distinguished Young Alumnus

When Mathew Lehosit was a teenager attending Notre Dame High School, his biggest passion lied in the fantasy worlds of the novels, comic books, and cartoons that he consumed, where superheroes would battle injustices of the world, vampires and mutants could be seen as more than the sum of their circumstance, and wizards would cast...
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08 February 2019

National Honor Society Names Hometown Heroes

            The Notre Dame National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society started the Hometown Hero program a few years ago to honor those individuals in our school family and school community that really go above and beyond for our students, and school as a whole. This year the students...
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05 February 2019

Notre Dame Announces Aquinas Medal Recipient

Notre Dame has announced that Amy Frosch will receive the 2019 Aquinas Medal. Every Catholic School in West Virginia chooses someone to receive this award from the highest grade level in the school. The Aquinas Medal is named after St. Thomas Aquinas, the Patron Saint of Scholars, who was distinguished by his keen intellect and...
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04 February 2019

Kira Riffle to Play Softball at Wesleyan

Notre Dame senior Kira Riffle will continue her softball career at WV Wesleyan College. The pitcher, who came to Notre Dame as a Freshman from Braxton County Middle School, chose Wesleyan because of the location and the quality athletic and academic programs. She had also looked at James Madison University and Akron. Riffle said, I’m...
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21 January 2019

Events Scheduled for Catholic Schools Week

Catholic Schools Weeks will be held from January 27 through February 2 and Notre Dame has several events to celebrate. On Sunday, January 27 several of our students will be speaking at local churches about Notre Dame and thanking Parishioners for their support of Catholic Schools. Monday, January 28 will be pajama day and a...
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08 January 2019

ION Continues to Cover School Events

The Irish Online Network, a student run broadcasting program, was launched in August 2015. ION is part of the NFHS Network which is based in Atlanta. Students in the program learn various skills, such as play-by-play commentary, color commentary, graphics, camera, etc., by receiving hands-on experience broadcasting events live. Events on the Irish Online Network...
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06 December 2018

Al & Joanne Schopp Visit Robotics Lab

At the start of the 2018-2019 school year, former Principal Dr. Carroll Morrison, organized a campaign to raise funds for a new robotics lab at Notre Dame in honor of Al & Joanne Schopp. With additional donations from Roger & Suzi Lehosit and Leidos, the friends and family of Al & Joanne have raised just...
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