Art Exhibit RecognitionSenior Alexandra Graham's ceramic vase titled "Metamorphosis" is one of only 300 pieces selected out of more than 12,000 entries to be displayed…
Art Exhibit Recognition
Senior Alexandra Graham’s ceramic vase titled “Metamorphosis” is one of only 300 pieces selected out of more than 12,000 entries to be displayed in the Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition in Columbus from April 13 through May 15.
“I put so much work into it and I am so honored and in awe that my piece was selected out of the 12,000 entered,” said Graham.
Another one of Alex’s entries earned regional honors in the photography category. She credits her growth to the guidance of all her visual art teachers Susan Ancheta, Peter Nezovich and Mary Ann Sedivy. Alex is especially grateful to her current teacher, Mrs. Sedivy, for her help with this piece.
“Mrs. Sedivy has truly helped me grow so much this year,” Graham explained. “She allows me the freedom to take risks and create my own ideas for the pieces. But the vase would not be where it is at without her guidance and encouragement.”
Alex plans to attend the School of the Art Institute of Chicago next fall and major in fashion design.
NDCL also congratulates the following seniors whose artworks got the nod of the judges at the regional level in their respective categories: Joe Frankhauser, drawing and painting (two awards); Annie Melinz, mixed media; and Allison Perpar, painting.
Updated Floor Plans Submitted For School Safety Plan
Assistant Principal Vincent Bonacci recently resubmitted updated floor plans of NDCL’s buildings to the State Attorney General’s Office, which reviewed and approved these important documents.
“We resubmitted our plans to reflect changes to our facilities and to insure that the plans for all buildings on the entire Notre Dame campus are consistent,” explained Mr. Bonacci. “In addition, we have added new number signs to all exterior doors and classroom windows to help first responders identify specific locations on our floor plans.”
NDCL’s updated plans have also been submitted the Munson Fire Department and Geauga County Sheriff’s Office.
Bloodmobile April 4
The Red Cross Bloodmobile will visit NDCL on April 4 to accept blood donations from 8 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 April 4.
Visit ndcl.org to register as a donor.
Lion’s Mane Event
The Lion’s Mane Event is a special night in which the NDCL community gathers to celebrate one another while raising money for tuition assistance and scholarship funding. On April 5, NDCL celebrates its 25th anniversary with a tribute to the Roaring ’20s.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit ndcl.org.
Spring Open House
NDCL will host a family open house for prospective students and their families on April 15, from 6-8 p.m. NDCL students, parents, teachers, administrators and coaches will be on hand to share the spirit, energy and opportunities that are all part of the NDCL experience.
For more information about NDCL, email Director of Admissions Michael Suso at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 440-279-1088.
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