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Uptown Neighbors Support Notre Dame School Car Wash

Notre Dame School hosted a car wash on Saturday to raise funds for the cheer squad.  The NDS cheerleaders are heading to Seattle and Chicago this summer to cheer at the Special Olympic Games.  It’s a chance of a lifetime for these kids!  When asked what she is most looking forward to experiencing at the Special Olympic Games, six-year NDS cheerleader, Kelley Tyler said,
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Notre Dame School Is the Winner at Quiz Night

Friends and supporters gathered at Notre Dame School on April 14 for the 6th Annual Quiz Night.  Hosted by Leah & Philip Ewing and Laura & Will McCormack, the event raised almost $12,000 for Notre Dame School.  Over 100 guests tried their wit and wisdom with a variety of topics ranging from sports to popular food products!  The games were directed by Sporcle, which hosts
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Thanksgiving Blog

During this season of Thanksgiving, I want to take the opportunity to offer thanks for our students and their families. They give us joy and purpose in our daily activities. We thank our community friends and supporters for their incredible generosity, without their support we could not offer this unique educational opportunity to our students. We are thankful for our amazing staff, their creativity
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Notre Dame School Hosts 34th “An Affair of the Heart” Gala

For the 34th year, Notre Dame School proudly hosted “An Affair of the Heart – It’s a Wonderful Life”.  This year’s theme was chosen by Notre Dame School parent and event chair, Karen Motes.  “Raising a child with special needs truly makes life wonderful!  We wanted to demonstrate to our guests that even  though parenting and teaching children with developmental disabilities can be daunting at times, these
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Notre Dame School Partners with Launchability

Four Notre Dame School students had a wonderful training experience this summer.  We were invited to partner with Launchability (a premier employment service for persons with developmental disabilities) for a training program at Baylor Hospital.  This was a six- week immersion program whereby the students work alongside their peers in various departments throughout the hospital.  I was able to attend the students’ graduation and
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