It’s that time of year again, Elementary Schools are visiting Notre Dame. The Observer interviewed Vice-Principal Pavan for more information.
By | Kathleen Nicolas
Elementary School Visits allows grade 7 students from our feeder schools, to see what school life is like for a Notre Dame student. Due to Covid-19, this event has changed over the past two years.
I asked Mr. Pavan, who helps with the Elementary School Visits; about this event.
Question: Why does Notre Dame host Elementary School Visits?
Answer: Grade 7 students could have an idea of what high school will look like. As they enter high school, there is a brand new scenery, which can help connect and grow as a family.
Question: What are the protocols of the visit especially when there are now transitions from class to class?
Answer: Due to Covid-19, Notre Dame Executive Student Council will go to the elementary schools and present a slideshow.
Question: What does the slideshow consist of?
Answer: It shows the everyday life of students at Notre Dame, school Masses and dances, extra-curricular, Humanities, STEM, and FLEX classes.
Question: Which schools will you be going to?
Answer: We will go to our seven feeder schools: St. Helen’s, Holy Cross, Our Lady of Sorrows, St. Mary’s, Corpus Christi, St. Francis of Assisi, and St. Jude’s.
The Elementary School Visits will happen this week on November 22-24, 2021.
2 thoughts on “Elementary School Visits”
thats pretty sad i hope the next grade 7s get to do it
thats pretty unfortunate i hope the next grade 7s get to do it next year 🙁