Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School will hold its Commencement ceremony Friday, May 31 at 7 p.m. at the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center. Baccalaureate Mass was celebrated Thursday, May 30 at Emmanuel Church in Dayton. Graduating first in her class is Annemarie Krug (St. Christopher, Ohio State University) followed by Salutatorian Emily Shira (St. Christopher, University of Notre Dame).
State Senators Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering) and Bill Beagle (R-Tipp City) announced that Amanda Ooten, an AP Biology teacher at Chaminade Julienne, won for her school $1,000 and a microscope through the “Make My LabWoRx” contest. Her winning video and lesson plan demonstrate how nerves transmit signals through the body.
Make My LabWoRx is the latest initiative from Science WoRx, a mentoring and online resource network for science teachers sponsored by Astellas Pharma US, Inc. The 2013 Make My LabWoRx contest kicked off with seven qualifying rounds across the U.S.
The Montgomery County Solid Waste District recognized recycling efforts by the CJ community and fellow Miami Valley students at its 2013 spring Awards Ceremony.
Area elementary, middle and high school students were recognized for their participation in three county-wide contests, each aimed at raising environmental awareness, on May 18 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds. Among honorees, nine CJ students placed or won two of the three contest. Winners walked away with award plaques and tickets to a Dayton Dragons game.
Nine faculty members celebrated milestones in Catholic education last Tuesday at the annual Teacher Recognition Banquet, sponsored by the Miami Valley Catholic Education Council, including one of CJ's longest tenured faculty members who has served his alma mater since 1973.
Three Dayton area organizations are honoring Chaminade Julienne students with special awards for their accomplishments, volunteerism and moral character during the final three months of the 2012-13 school year.
Every day, CJ teachers are finding ways to expand the classroom for the benefit of students and colleagues. Through class trips, co-curricular competitions and clubs, guest presentations, professional development opportunities and more, faculty and staff are broadening horizons and pushing boundaries on the educational experience.
Take a closer look at what the English department is doing:
Administration and staff at Chaminade Julienne testified before members of the Ohio Senate Feb. 26 about the effectiveness of the school’s dynamic student support program, known as City Connects.
The Tuesday evening hearing -- organized by Senate Education Chair Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering) and Senate Public Safety, Local Government & Veterans Affairs Chair Frank LaRose (R-Copley) -- was the second of two Statehouse sessions focused on addressing school safety.
Before he served as the featured speaker at the 2013 Dayton Council on World Affiars (DCOWA) Annual Meeting and Program, national security expert and author William Hartung stopped by CJ to discuss current world affairs with freshman social studies students.
Before the cold winter weather arrived, Culinary Arts students gathered around the grill for a tasty lesson.
Family and Consumer Sciences instructor Judy Costa and CJ parent Jason Sattler teamed up during the first week in November to show Culinary Arts I classes all there is to know about grilling. Students started by testing their knife skills while learning how to slice wholesale cuts of meat for retail. Once proportioned, the pork ribs and beef steaks were trimmed, marinated and seasoned before hitting the grill and smoker temporarily stationed on the lawn in front of school.
Members of Chaminade Julienne’s National Honor Society inducted six new members into its chapter during a morning Mass ceremony in the CJ chapel Thursday, Oct. 11.
Those newly inducted this fall for the 2012-13 school year include seniors Brian Anderson, Amanda Burneka, Thomas Cox, Kiera Fletcher, Cin’Quan Haney and Patrick Steffan. Students applied for admission in September, and join 39 fellow members.