What are Digitally Enhanced (DE) classes?
Students will have the option to enroll in digitally-enhanced courses for select subjects. These courses will cover the same content and curriculum as a traditional “textbook & pencil” course, however all students will be expected to arrive to class with their own eligible laptop or tablet (see below for recommended devices). At the discretion of teachers, students will use their device in class to enhance delivery of course content, lessons, activities and examinations throughout the semester. These classes are NOT self-directed or online courses.
Here is a list of appropriate digital devices for these classes here DE Device List
We still have limited spaces for the following courses!
ELA 10-1, ELA 10-2, ELA 20-1, ELA 30-1
Math 20-1, Math 30-1
Physics 20, Physics 30
SS 10-1, SS 20-1, SS 30-1
Please see Mr. Miller to change your registration to any of these courses by Thursday May 1.
We at the Calgary Catholic School District and at Notre Dame High School wish to offer our heartfelt condolences to the families, friends and loved ones of all those affected by the tragedy that unfolded early Tuesday morning. Our prayers are with you.
“Almighty ever-living God, to whom we never pray without hope of your mercy and love, be gracious to us and hear our prayers. Welcome into your loving care the young people whose lives were cut short by violence and embrace them with your mercy and love. Bring peace and consolation to the family and friends of all who mourn their loss and enable them to meet the lonely and painful days ahead in the strength of your love. Continue to bless and strengthen all who work in police and emergency services in our city that they may be sustained in their efforts to build communities of justice and respond quickly to the needs of residents. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.”
On April 23rd at 6:00pm, we will be hosting a screening of the film Girl Rising in the gymnasium.
Girl Rising tells of girls facing arranged marriages, child slavery, and other injustices we only read about here in Canada. But the girls in the film all have a common ally: education. By getting an education, they’re all able to change the course of their lives, breaking barriers and creating change. This film is a documentary that follows nine unforgettable girls each living in a different developing country. The film follows these girls who confront tremendous challenges and overcome nearly impossible odds to pursue their dreams. This film teaches us to ‘Do Justice’ not only in our own community but to become better global citizens.
Please find the June 2014 Diploma Exam schedule in the link below.
June 2014 Exam Calendar
Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) INFORMATION NIGHT
There will be a RAP Parent/Student information session Tuesday, April 8, at Bishop Grandin High school at 7:00 pm. The evening is for any students who have applied for RAP or are thinking about applying.
DEADLINE FOR RAP APPLICATIONS IS APRIL 17th 2014!
All students coming to NDHS should now be registered for their courses for the 2014-15 school year. If you were not able to register, please make an appointment to see your school counsellor. If you are coming to us from outside of the Calgary Catholic School District, please make an appointment to see Mr. Dan Farrell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Notes about course selection:
- There are courses which are only available in semester 2. This is clearly indicated on your course registration sheet.
- The new Digitally-Enhanced courses are fully explained on pg. 4 of the course selection booklet found here…2014-15 Course Selection Guide
All information regarding summer school for 2014 is located on our district website HERE.
Summer 2014 Opportunities
Check out the link below for some great opportunities for our students this summer.
2014 Summer Opportunities
Pharmacy Assistant Certificate Program
Grade 10 students are eligible to apply for this two year dual credit program. Students will complete a high school diploma and a Pharmacy Assistant Certificate by completing courses on-line and travelling to the SAIT campus two afternoons per week. There is a parent information session on April 2 at 7:00 p.m. (St. Paul - 124 24 Ave N.E.) Applications are due to the Career Centre April 7, 2014.
Summer Health Care Internship Meeting
Grade 11 students are invited to attend a presentation in Room 2032 during lunch on March 4th. The Summer Health Internship is a six week program that allows students to gain exposure to the health care industry.