A Toast of Praise to Senior Hillary Bosch who was featured as a Student Activist in St. Charles Avenue Magazine’s October issue. Click here to read the feature article.
French I students of Remi Pastorek learned the art of making crepes. They enjoyed the fruits of their labor while perfecting their French language.
The next swim meet is Wednesday, October 22 at UNO, 4 p.m. This is the District Swim Meet. Dominican, Archbishop Chapelle and Mount Carmel Academy will compete. Good luck swim team!!!
Students in Publications I & II classes honed their interview skills during a news conference with surprise guest, New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan (aka English teacher Bryan Camp, Jr.) who fielded questions ranging from post game reviews to team strengths. Following the news conference, the students took a group photo with guest ‘Ryan’ …Continue Reading
The Dominican community recently celebrated the Living Rosary. This school tradition, celebrated in conjunction with Grandparents Day, is presented by the school’s Drama Department, Christian Leadership Council and Office of Dominican Catholic Identity. Through prayer and dramatic interpretation, students become involved in praying the Rosary. The performance included song, dance and mimes using interpretive movements to …Continue Reading
Guest speaker Paul Paradis (Stillman) with Exxon Mobile conducted experiments during one of Mrs. Crissy Giacona’s biology class. They were studying cellular respiration with a concentration on fermentation reaction. Students conducted a fermentation experiment with yeast. Students filled a balloon with measured portions of sugar, water and yeast. As the reaction occurred, the balloons began …Continue Reading
WWL-TV anchor and St. Mary’s Dominican High School alum Sheba Turk ’07 returned to her alma mater where she met with students in Publications I and II and their English teacher Ms. Kristin Thomas for a round table discussion about opportunities in the field of journalism. Turk, who joined WWL-TV in 2011 as an associate …Continue Reading
Airing tonight at 8 p.m. and every Tuesday in October, WLAE-TV’s program “Our Schools, Our Future” will feature Dominican students Rachel Hensley, Adelia Obioha, and Brooke Duplantier’s interview with host Dr. Jan Lancaster, Superintendent of Catholic Schools. The students talked about their Dominican experience and the school’s new STREAM™ initiative. Rachel Hensley, Adelia Obioha, and Brooke Duplantier