Notre Dame High School
22 August 2014

Longest Serving Employee Happy To Start Another School Year

Darlene O’Dell is starting her 19th year as a teacher at Notre Dame. O’Dell, the school’s longest serving employee, has taught a variety of subjects over the years to the middle school students. This year, she is teaching Science, WV History, and PE/Health. She is also the school’s Cross Country coach. O’Dell was hired by...
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18 August 2014

Enrollment Soars at Notre Dame

Dr. Carroll Morrison is beginning her seventeenth year as Principal at Notre Dame and never before has she had so many students in the classrooms. Enrollment has risen from 163 last year to 195 students entering the building on the first day of the 2014-2015 school year. Pictured is Dr. Morrison addressing the students and...
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11 August 2014

Josh Straub Studies Vocal Arts at Interlochen

Josh Straub just finished six weeks at renowned Interlochen Arts Camp, the world’s premier summer arts program for aspiring artists. He was accepted as a tenor to the vocal arts camp and was also accepted into the musical theatre production program. He is honored to be the recipient of merit scholarships for both camps as...
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29 July 2014

Anthony Beckett Attends WVU Tech S.T.E.M. Camp

Notre Dame Sophomore, Anthony Beckett, recently attended the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Camp at WVU Tech. Beckett completed a course in electrical engineering and took part in the “Cardboard Boat Challenge” where students built and raced a cardboard boat that could hold at least one person. Pictured is Anthony Beckett in his electrical engineering...
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24 July 2014

Goal Set for 2014-15 Notre Dame & St. Mary’s Fund

After the success of the 2013-2014 campaign where gifts totaling just over $124,000 were received, the goal for the 2014-15 Notre Dame & St. Mary’s Fund has been set at $135,000. The annual campaign has grown tremendously over the past few years and we would like to thank everyone who has contributed to that growth...
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21 July 2014

Class of 1964 Holds 50th Year Reunion

The class of 1964 held their 50th year reunion over the weekend of July 18-20. The classmates played golf and had gatherings at Via Veneto and Bridgeport Conference Center. Congratulations to all involved who organized a successful weekend. Pictured are the class of ’64.
18 July 2014

Clarksburg City Council Honors Baseball Team

The Notre Dame baseball team were honored by Clarksburg City Council on July 17 for their accomplishments on the field this season. The team, who were class A runners-up, took Man High School to extra innings in the championship game. Pictured are Mayor Cathy Goings and baseball coach Patrick Marozzi. Picture by John Wickline.
02 July 2014

Notre Dame & St. Mary’s Fund Exceeds $115,000 Goal

The 2013-2014 campaign for the Notre Dame & St. Mary’s Fund “Believe, Become, Belong” ended on June 30 by exceeding the goal of $115,000. Two hundred ninety two gifts were received totaling $124,156. All gifts are sincerely appreciated and make a difference for our students and schools. We would like to thank everyone who contributed...
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30 June 2014

1993 Grad to Host Inspirational Seminar

Mike Lopez (’93) will be hosting an “Inspiration to Win in Life” seminar at the Harrison County 4H Center on July 27. Lopez says, “Each student that attends will be provided with an uplifting, postive look on life, leadership, and college. The event will give our young people a great head start.” The event is...
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20 June 2014

Alex Mazza to Attend Renowned Arts Camp

Notre Dame student, Alex Mazza, has been accepted and will attend Interlochen Arts Camp, the world’s premier summer arts program for aspiring artists in grades 3-12. Interlochen Arts Camp attracts students, faculty, and staff from all 50 U.S. States and more than 40 countries. These 3,000 artists fill Interlochen’s Northwoods, MI campus with an explosion...
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