Rooted in the mission of Jesus, the SND National Education Office provides direction and support to sponsored and affiliated ministries in advancing the Educational Vision & Principles of the Sisters of Notre Dame.

Highlights from the 2018 National Education Summit

The 2018 Summit began with a rousing, inspiring greeting from Joseph Waler, Principal of Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin School who set down a challenge with his presentation theme “We’re the only SND educators our students will ever know!” Joe’s opening session was followed by a beautiful mass celebrated by the Most Reverend Nelson J. Perez, Bishop…

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Notre Dame Urban Education Center: an inner-city ministry with impact way beyond its city limits

When retired SND educators, Sr. Reinette Kroeger and Sr. Lynette Shelton founded the Notre Dame Urban Education Center (NDUEC) in 2009 they were responding to an educational need of families in the City of Covington, KY. Focused on children in grades 1-8, the NDUEC provides individualized tutoring, academic support, arts and cultural enrichment, and physical…

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iCube – an idea with a great return on investment for Cardinal Gibbons High School

In 2015, Cardinal Gibbons High School embraced the entrepreneurial spirit that had long been present in its students and alumni by introducing “iCube”, the club for Innovative Crusaders Understanding Business Entrepreneurship. Now numbering 300 students strong, iCube “helps hone the students’ entrepreneurial skills, gain a competitive edge when applying to college, establish business relationships, and…

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“It was our Lady's humility which rendered her pleasing to God and made her the means of salvation for the whole human race.”

-St. Julie Billiart  (July 12, 1751 —  April 8, 1816)

 

St. Julie statue at SND de Namur Motherhouse in Belgium
St. Julie statue at SND de Namur Motherhouse in Belgium

Recent News

A new beginning and bright future for Toledo’s Double ARC

Double ARC was founded in 1992 by the Toledo Province Sisters of Notre Dame to address the needs of children in the regular classroom whose behavior and academic challenges put them at risk for failure or suspension. Sisters working in the classroom saw that some children were having a number of challenges – restlessness, inattention,…

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