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Community Action Team
The Community Action Team (CAT) is a student service club founded in 2009 by seniors Rosanna Urbaez and Natalie DeJesus who wanted to provide NDCR students a chance to give back to their community. In the 2010-2011 school year leadership of the team passed to juniors Ashley Ramirez and Yomarys Pena, under the guidance of Mr. Matt Priven; Americorps volunteer. As a team they greatly expanded the program to almost weekly service projects. CAT continues a proud tradition of supporting the community through a variety of local partnerships and annual events from The Special Field Day Games of North Andover to Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger.
Year after year the Community Action Team shows the deep commitment of the students of Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School to service and their community.
Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School Student Government consists of three elected representatives from each class. These representatives include the Class President, Vice President and Student Representative. The purpose of the Student Government is to serve as the liaison between the student body, faculty and administration of the school and as a voice of the student body to the administration. The members of the Student Government shall also provide leadership and an example for the students of NDCR.
For more information regarding the Environmental Club, please contact, Dawn Collins.
In the summer of 2010, NDCR partnered with the Youth Opportunities Program (YOP), a subdivision of the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC). The YOP program supplies NDCR staff and students with equipment and training, affording the NDCR student body opportunities to experience the outdoors. Many of NDCR's faculty and staff are actively involved in the club, and sponsor about 20 day and overnight trips per year which include everything from hiking or backpacking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire to canoeing at Ponkapoag Pond in the Blue Hills of Milton, Massachusetts. NDCR's Wilderness Program makes it possible for our students to learn invaluable wilderness skills like setting up tents, navigating using topographical maps, and creating drinking water through filtering techniques.
Experienced NDCR student hikers head up to Mt. Lincoln and Mt. Lafayette and those students with no hiking experience, hike up Mt. Cardigan. For more information about the Wilderness Club, please contact Dawn Collins.
The Yearbook Committee is committed to creating a yearbook that the students and faculty will be proud of. They have been working tirelessly to make sure that this year’s publication will be a comprehensive look at their high school experience.
NDCR offers interested students the opportunity to work with technology beyond what is included in the freshman curriculum. A 10 week evening course is offered that covers about three quarters of the Cisco Certified Engineer curriculum. Students can work with the Technology Coordinator to maintain and plan the technology infrastructure of the school, getting the opportunity for “hands on” experience with the equipment they have learned about.
NDCR has professional editing tools for working with graphic arts, video and sound production. Students can work on their own ideas to find their way into these branches of technology.