St. Mary’s Dominican High School Student Preachers led the opening prayer for one of the sessions of the annual meeting and in-service of the Dominican Association of Secondary Schools (DASS). DASS, which has over 30 member schools, held its meeting on campus. The preachers also distributed bookmarks they made for attendees at the annual meeting.
When she started a prayer group at St. Angela Merici in Metairie with friend Alma McNamara, Inez Damare Maxwell ’47 did not imagine that 45 years later it would be still be meeting monthly. In the early years the group was home based, but shortly later moved to the church. The Dominican influence on her …Continue Reading
The Debs Dance Team made every stride count at the Buddy Walk® at Zephrys Stadium on October 25. The Buddy Walk® was established in 1995 by the National Down Syndrome Society to celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October and to promote acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome.
At the District Swim Meet, Dominican recognized seniors Genevieve Mattei, Megan Garretson, and Anne Hamilton (pictured). The team won six of the eight individual events and the 400 yard freestyle relay. The team competes next on Friday, October 31 and Saturday, November 1 at the Metro Swim Meet. Good luck swim team!!!
Come see Dominican’s volleyball team take on Higgins in the Siena Center on Thursday, October 30 for 4:15 pm. The seniors (pictured below) will be honored at the game for Senior Day!
The next cross country meet is Thursday, October 30 at City Park, 4 p.m. This is the District Cross Country Meet. Dominican, Archbishop Chapelle and Mount Carmel Academy will compete. Good luck cross country team!!!
On October 17, members of the yearbook staff attended an editor-led workshop, where they learned Photoshop techniques and practiced taking photos from various angles. Yearbook editors Chandler Green ’15 and Maya Dancisak ’16 led the workshop with moderators, Ms. Shannon Hauler and Ms. Casey Lefante.
Over 200 grandparents and supporters of St. Mary’s Dominican High School gathered for the annual Heritage Club Dinner. Together with the Sisters, Leadership, Administration, and others of the school community, the group enjoyed an evening of dining and visiting with friends. The event also featured a presentation by school President Dr. Cynthia Thomas about the science, technology, religion, …Continue Reading