Reminder! Tomorrow, Thursday March 2nd is Preschool Round Up at 6pm in the elementary library. Parents will first meet and go over important preschool details, then the preschool rooms will be open to tour. Preschool students are invited, but not required!
Sophomore Pilgrimage! Our last stop before lunch was the Venerable Fulton Sheen museum, a short walk from the Cathedral. Sister Lea and Sister Anne imparted facts about the soon to be Saint and the students walked around the museum getting to know him better through his many artifacts. This is the fourth year Burlington Notre Dame has made this trip to Peoria and it is always a favorite memory of the students (and teachers!). Venerable Fulton Sheen, pray for us!
Sophomore Pilgrimage! Our fifth stop was at St Mary's Cathedral. We said the last decade of the Rosary in the St Thomas Aquinas Reliquiary chapel where we saw a relic of the True Cross. We visited and prayed at the tomb of Venerable Fulton Sheen and got to see a relic of St Mother Teresa.
Sophomore Pilgrimage! Our fourth stop was Sacred Heart in downtown Peoria. There were several people inside praying, so we took time to be silent with God.
Sophomore Pilgrimage! The third stop on our pilgrimage was St Joseph's, the oldest Catholic church in Peoria. The woodwork! So beautiful. We prayed the third decade of the Rosary along with prayer intentions. Such blessings the students are experiencing.
Sophomore pilgrimage! Second stop... St Mark's on Bradley U Campus. Amazing story! Please ask these students about the billboard painter! Another blessing... God is so very good!
Sophomore pilgrimage! First stop Corpus Christi in Galesburg. Father Lee talked about St Crescent... the Saint's body is entombed in an altar at the church (photo above). Corpus Christi is one of only ten churches in the United States that has a body of a saint! Francis Strong, a seminarian from Mundelein, led us in the first decade of the Rosary and talked to us about relics. Martyred Christians - the true heroes of our faith! They inspire us to be courageous when our faith is questioned. A great first stop for these very blessed students! St Crescent, pray for us!
Congratulations to the following students who were selected for the Mt. Pleasant Junior High Honor Band: 8th graders: Patrick Morgan and Adele Andreucccetti, 7th grader Kiefer Lachnitt, and 6th graders Mathias Thompson, Matthew Oleson, and Meredith Willson! They will rehearse with other area students on April 1 and present a concert at 4:30 that day.
SAVE THE DATE & REGISTER! 26th Annual ND Booster Club Golf Tourney! Scan the code on the form or register @ this link! https://form.jotform.com/susan.../nd-booster-golf-tournament
We are still in need of volunteers at Jazz Night this Friday! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you can lend a hand. Shifts that need to be filled are: 1 worker for pre-sold tables 5:45 to 7 pm, and 2 workers during intermission in the concessions.
Today at 2:45 at Father Minnett Gym! We are recognizing out NDWB Wrestling team for all of their accomplishment as a team and individual throughout the season and state! Come Join in Celebrating All of their Hard Work this 2022-23 Season!
Attention! We have the following coaching positions open! A letter of interest in the position along with a coach authorization is required. Boys Tennis - Girls Tennis please contact Ashley Iehl @319-754-8431 ext 362 for more information
Notre Dame Preschool & Kindergarten Round-Up It's time for Burlington Notre Dame Preschool & Kindergarten round-up! Come and see why your child will be looking forward to going to school! Notre Dame features Faith based learning with small class sizes. Burlington Notre Dame, inspiring the mind..... engaging the heart! When: Preschool on March 2, Kindergarten on March 9, from 6 - 7 PM Where: Burlington Notre Dame Elementary School, 700 S. Roosevelt Ave For More Information: Angie Prottsman , 319-754-8431 ext. 388
🚨 URGENT!!🚨 Notre Dame Boys Basketball has been postponed until tomorrow 2/17. Order of events: Girls will play at 6 pm Boys at 8. ‼️ At the conclusion of the girls game everyone will be asked to leave the big gym and if you are staying for the girls game to please enter the little gym and wait to scan your tickets. ‼️ We apologize for the inconvenience of leaving the gym, but this will be treated like 2 separate events and both tickets WILL need to be purchased. I will post the links below for tickets. If you have already purchased your tickets they will be honored. Boys: https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/ Girls: https://tickets.gobound.com/tickets/events/h20230201060224496aa6a69479c9643/checkout
school or Daycare are canceled for today
Good luck to our wrestlers at The State tournament
We have the results for the Optimist Club’s Essay Scholarship Competition. The first place winner is senior Brayden Butler. Brayden will receive a $300 scholarship, and his entry will advance to the district competition where he has the chance to win a $2500 scholarship. This year’s topic was, “Who Is an Everyday Hero that Brings Out the Optimism in You?” Congratulations, Brayden!
Anyone interested in ordering NDWB State Wrestling Apparel- orders due by 12 noon Monday 13. https://anywearmp.com/collections/nd-state-wrestling-2023
Tuesday Night Post Season continues for our Lady Nikes travel to WACO for 2nd Round of Regionals! If you haven’t done so already go out & get your tickets! Let’s pack the gym with Blue and Gold! https://tickets.gobound.com/tickets/events/h20230201060147697ac2266e787bd4d/checkout
Monday Night Post Season start for our Nikes as we host Holy Trinity in 1st Round of Districts! If you haven’t done so already go out and get your tickets! Let’s pack the gym with Blue and Gold! https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/