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Celebrating 5 Years of Excellence Annual Report 2009-2010

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Table of Contents Message from the Head of School

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Message from the Board Chairman

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Accomplishments 6 Fiscal Operations and Endowments

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2005 - 2010 Historical Tribute 10 Legacy Society Donors 12 Annual Fund Donors 14 Naming Opportunity & GA GOAL Scholarship Supporters

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Feet for Fine Arts Fun Run Donors

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Regional Science Fair 29 Our Graduates and Awards Recognition 30 30 School and Family Organization 32 Leadership Recognition 34 Ways to Give

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Mission Inspired and guided by Gospel teachings and the principles and charisms of the Marists, Notre Dame Academy focuses on Christ as the foundation of human knowledge and prayerfully works to educate the developing child with a global perspective. “Knowledge set in the context of faith becomes wisdom and life vision.�

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Education is the greatest work.

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Have one ambition, the ambition to do good, and in no way to make a show.

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Dear Parents and Friends of Notre Dame Academy,

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The past five years have been pivotal for building the foundation of Notre Dame Academy. In this time, we have created a learning environment rich in knowledge, faith, and service. Our students have prospered from living our mission each day, “Knowledge set in the context of faith becomes wisdom and life vision.” Thank you for partnering with us to fulfill our mission. I am proud of the distinguished Catholic school we have created together. In five short years we have expanded our Marist education to include the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) in Pre-K through 5th Grade. Our students have experienced exceptional, hands-on instruction based on units of inquiry for the lower school and high school preparatory block scheduled courses for the Middle School. Through your continued generosity, we have enhanced the academic program by investing further in our faculty and technology. Last year, over 20 faculty members attended professional development conferences and workshops, bringing the fruits of their learning into the classrooms in areas such as math, reading, phonics, and Catholic faith. Implementing new and innovative instructional techniques keeps our faculty passionate about teaching and enables our individual and collective successes. One of the most measurable successes is the student performance on the CTP4. I am pleased to report that our 3rd through 8th Grade students continue to perform consistently above the national norms on the subtests (e.g., math, reading, writing, etc.) Your generous and worthy sacrifices have also enabled Notre Dame Academy to enrich our learning environment by investing in Apple technology. With over 200 Apple devices (MacBooks, iPads, and iPod touches), our students will now have the tools to connect them to the global community by using technology for information access, problem solving, conceptual development, and critical thinking. I firmly believe that in today’s world, technology is an integral part of the work place, and in order to better prepare our students for the future, technology must become an integral part of the classroom.

Be possessed by joy.

Our strong tradition of service learning, with activities ranging from making blankets for children diagnosed with cancer at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta AFLAC Center to providing school supplies and vitamins to children in Nicaragua through Amigos for Christ, has mutually-benefited 12 local, national, and international need-based organizations. Our students have learned the importance of giving at an early age, as well as the societal challenges that face each service partner. I am proud of the progress and impact we have made over the past five years with our Service Learning Program. As we look to a new year, we reflect on the blessings of the past five years as inspiration for the future of Notre Dame Academy. May God bless you for your generous support of our school, our programs, and our students.

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Sincerely,

Debra M. Orr Head of School

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Dance a little.

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Simplicity should be one’s only ornament.

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Show not only charity, but also respect and honor.

V Attend to the most neglected, the poor, and those who suffer injustice.

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Dear Parents and Friends of Notre Dame Academy,

Be like Mary and follow Jesus as she did.

On behalf of Notre Dame Academy’s Board of Trustees, I am pleased to present you with the 2009-2010 Annual Report as a tribute to our founding families and loyal supporters who have maintained a steadfast commitment to our school over the past five years. Their sacrificial generosity of time and treasure is a testimony to the strength of our institution that is grounded in the Catholic faith and guided by the Marist values. As the father of two Notre Dame Academy alumni who are now students at Marist School in Atlanta, I feel blessed to be part of these remarkable school communities that embrace the Marist values of knowledge, faith, and service. In my role as Chairman of the Board of Trustees, I continually witness the Marist value, “Make the school a family,” in all aspects at Notre Dame Academy. One of the hallmarks of our school community is our volunteers who serve countless hours on 28 School and Family Organization committees, Board of Trustee committees, and in the classrooms every day. Their passion and dedication define the “family” we have created at Notre Dame Academy. As we celebrate five years of excellence, Notre Dame Academy is especially grateful to the following individuals: • David Schroeder, a school founder and the first Chairman of the Board of Trustees whose volunteer leadership and commitment have made a significant mark on the school’s vision • 13 staff and faculty who recently celebrated five years of service, particularly Debra Orr, a school founder and Head of School whose administrative leadership and vision have created a dynamic educational and spiritual community: Cheryl Brown, Julia Derucki, Mercedes Fernandez, Barbara Findley, John Findley, Joan Janoszewski, Anne Mancini, Irene Nowicki, Sharon Orrick, Kathy Paryzek, Kelly Quinn, and Maria Rios

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• Rev. David Musso, S.M., Marist School and Notre Dame Academy Chaplain who celebrates Mass and the Sacrament of Reconciliation regularly at the school • Local diocesan priests who also celebrate Mass and the Sacrament of Reconciliation regularly at Notre Dame Academy

Heal divisions among God’s people.

Strive to be instruments of divine mercy.

Thank you again for your loyal support. May we always be mindful of and grateful for God’s blessings and presence in our lives. Sincerely,

Joseph P. George Chairman, Board of Trustees

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Gratitude to God should be as great as the ocean.

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Develop spiritual life and build up community.

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Accomplishments What We Have Accomplished Together in 5 Years Faculty and Staff Development • Grown from 27 to 50 faculty with over half holding Master’s Degrees and five having international teaching experience • Expanded from one to three principals, one for each school division • Hired three paraprofessional for 1st Grade and a Spanish paraprofessional • Added resource staff including a Learning Specialist, a Technology Coordinator, and an IB - PYP Coordinator • Hired two more Fitness for Life PE instructors to continue to offer daily PE • Attended thousands of hours of educational and religious professional development conferences and workshops at local, national, and international venues Admissions Growth • • • •

Increased enrollment from 155 to 450 students Continued to expand student ethnic diversity to over 26% Achieved student religious diversity of 79% Catholic - 21% non-Catholic Provided financial assistance to 19% of students through our Tuition Assistance and GA GOAL Scholarship Programs

Academic Progress • Became the first Catholic elementary school in America to receive authorization from the International Baccalaureate Organization to teach the Primary Years Programme to Pre-K through 5th Grade • Performed consistently above the national norms on the CTP4 subtests for 3rd through 8th Grade • Implemented Handwriting Without Tears, Singapore Math, Simple Solutions for Math and Language Arts, Junior Great Books, Fountas & Pinnell Guided Reading, Daily Grams for Grammar, Wordly Wise for Vocabulary, Foss and DSM Science Kits, ACIS for Biblical Studies, Fundations for Phonics and Spelling, and numerous software programs to enhance technology in the classroom • Expanded the Fine Arts Program to offer a broad array of semester electives in Art, Music, and Theatre for Middle School students in addition to Music and Art offered twice a week to the lower grades • Launched musical and theatrical performances at the Elementary and Middle School Campus Awards Received • 75% of Middle School participants received awards at the Gwinnett Regional Science and Engineering Fair – Junior Division each year since 2006

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• 50% of Middle School winners at the Gwinnett Regional Science and Engineering Fair – Junior Division qualified for the State Science Fair where 25% of NDA participants achieved 1st or 2nd Place awards each year since 2006 • One of 10 schools nationally to participate in a field study for Children’s Progress at the Early Years Campus • 2008 Odyssey of the Mind State Champion Georgia Division II • 3rd Place in 2008 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals • 2010 Catholic Metro League Basketball Tournament Champions for 5th Grade Girls • 3rd Place in 2010 North Atlanta Metro League Girls’ and Boys’ Track (Division A) • 3rd Place in 2010 North Atlanta Metro League Boys’ Tennis (Division A) • 2009-2010 Archbishop’s Honoree of the Year Award given to Sharon Orrick for her dedication and commitment to serving our Catholic community

2005-2010 Student Placements • Over half of the 8th Grade graduates have matriculated to Catholic high schools since 2006 • Students from the first graduating class of 2006 have been accepted to top flight colleges (i.e., Purdue University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and the University of Alabama) Technology Enrichment • Purchased over 175 computers for both campuses that are currently being replaced with over 200 Apple technology devices (MacBooks, iPads, iPod touches) • Provided computer labs for each school division • Installed SMART Boards in 25 classrooms • Installed wireless technology in classrooms and offices • Implemented a multi-level Visual Learning Program with web-based subscriptions and software • Enabled Cloud Computing Community Outreach • Increased the service learning partners from two to 12:

Amigos for Christ - backpacks, school supplies, and vitamins Angels of Atlanta/CHOA - AFLAC Center - non- perishable food items, art supplies, and handmade blankets Annandale Village - building friendships Beacon of Hope - baby shower Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Atlanta “Chest of Drawers” - clothing Duluth Cooperative Ministries - canned food Gwinnett Medical Center - memorial to Megan Callahan Ryan Holy Childhood Association - prayer and sacrificial support Peachtree Christian Hospice - art projects and caroling Plantation South - fellowship with games and crafts Ronald McDonald House - pop tab collection Society of St. Vincent de Paul - clothing drive

• Created and managed the Gwinnett Regional Science and Engineering Fair – Junior Division for all Gwinnett County Schools since 2006 • Hosted two Business After Hours sessions, the Annual Meeting, Valor Awards, and Small Business Pinnacle Awards of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, as well as the Women’s Breakfast Series of the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Capital Enhancements • Purchased a former Legacy Academy child development center and converted it to an Early Years Campus • Constructed four additional classrooms, a dining hall, six offices, and a chaplain’s room • Created an outdoor learning environment at the Early Years Campus • Established Mary’s Garden at the Early Years Campus • Installed an Elementary and Middle School playground with outdoor basketball hoops and benches • Tiled the lobby of the Elementary and Middle School and installed new carpet in the Assembly Room, offices, and the hallway and principal’s office at the Early Years Campus Athletics and Extracurricular Activities Expansion • Broadened the athletic offerings beyond soccer and basketball to include cross country, running club, track and field, and golf • Increased the selection of extracurricular activities to include hip-hop, ballet, Girl Scouts/Daisies, Lego League, Junior Lego League, Odyssey of the Mind, and Tae Kwon Do

• Opened our classrooms and hearts to help 24 students following the displacement of families from Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita • Responded to the emergency medical supply needs of Haiti following the devastating earthquake • Collected tennis shoes to recycle for Nike Reuse A Shoe Program

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Fiscal Operations and Endowments

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Fiscal Year 2009 - 2010

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uring this period of economic decline, Notre Dame Academy has exercised prudent cost controls while increasing financial aid through its Tuition Assistance and Georgia GOAL Scholarship Programs to families facing financial hardship. In addition, the school has cautiously managed and reviewed its endowment funds. Despite the decreased value of its endowment funds, the funds continue to be excellent investments.

OPERATING AND CAPITAL STATEMENTS Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Ending June 30, 2010

In its fifth year of operation, the school has maintained a balanced budget and achieved four of its five strategic goals. The remaining strategic goal is the expansion of its campus, which has been re-evaluated in light of the economy. With the recent settlement of the school’s land-related lawsuit against the City of Suwanee, Notre Dame Academy’s Buildings and Grounds Committee is working diligently to formulate an expansion plan on the current premises. The financial report represents the efforts of dedicated people working hard for the benefit of the students. While we are proud to report positive fiscal numbers for the 2009-2010 school year, Notre Dame Academy recognizes that this would not have been possible without the ongoing, generous support of its community. Gifts to the Annual Fund, special programs, and parent-led initiatives augmented operations to help maintain a reasonable tuition and fee schedule.

A Special Thanks ... to the Notre Dame Academy Board of Trustees, Board committee members, faculty and staff, volunteers, and all other constituents who worked to make the most of every dollar spent.

REVENUE Tuition & Fees Donations

AMOUNT $4,600,412 785,261*

Total Revenue and Giving

$5,385,673

FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES Academic Services Support Services

AMOUNT $3,458,752 1,881,204

Total Expenses

$5,339,956

Total Assets at the Beginning of the Year

$ 9,684,554

Total Assets at the End of the Year

$ 9,542,959

* Accounts do not accrue for Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program revenue until funds are received by the school from GOAL.

ENDOWMENT FUNDS St. Thomas Aquinas Endowment Fund ending balance on June 30, 2010

$44,539.36

Partner in Education Endowment & Deposit Funds ending balance on June 30, 2010 $90,000.00

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Historical Tribute

Congratulations on Achieving 5 Years of Service Cheryl Brown

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Maria Rios

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Major Donors LEGACY SOCIETY Membership support to the Notre Dame Academy Legacy Society is vital to the school’s fiscal health. Notre Dame Academy pays tribute to these distinguished benefactors who have shaped the future of the school. Membership in the Legacy Society is determined annually.

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2009 - 2010 $5,000 and Above

2008 and Prior $1,000 and Above

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dollar Mr. and Mrs. Brian Finneran and AMB Group, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Doug Fisher Mr. and Mrs. John Fleck Mr. and Mrs. Joseph George Edmund and Alexa Kim Mr. and Mrs. Sean Lynch Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna and Novartis Mr. and Mrs. Cary Slaker Jeff and Ann Van Wie and Equifax Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wade Mr. and Mrs. Todd White and Teammates for Kids Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wood, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wood

Mr. J. Davis Adams, III and Ms. Nina M. Laltrello Ms. Justina Allen AMAI, LLC dba Laser Aesthetica Mr. and Mrs. Tony Amorose Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Andersen Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anello AutomationDirect.com Bank of North Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barry Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Becker Mr. and Mrs. Michael Betz Mrs. Edward Bigane Bigane Paving Company Mr. and Mrs. Michael Biggs Mr. and Mrs. Jude Brautigan Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Breaux Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brennan

Mr. and Mrs. Brendon Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Derrick Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown Mr. and Mrs. John Buckett Buckhead Uniform Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Camacho The Catholic Foundation of North Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Chang Mr. Eric Christ and Ms. Maureen McIvor Mr. and Mrs. Richard Combi Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Comis Mr. and Mrs. Randy Compton Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Chris Crock Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cruise Mr. Wayne Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Victor Darrow Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Davidow Dr. and Mrs. Sean Delaney Mr. and Mrs. John Derucki and Derucki Construction Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dollar Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dollar, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dramis Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Dudley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dukes Mr. and Mrs. Michael Egan Rev. Richmond Egan, S.M. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eng Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faletti Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Farine Mr. and Mrs. John Findley

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Finneran Mr. and Mrs. Doug Fisher Mr. Robert Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. John Fleck Mr. and Mrs. Rune Forberg Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Galvez Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gardner Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Diego Gastaldi Mr. and Mrs. Joseph George Mr. and Mrs. Webb George Dr. and Mrs. Carl Graham Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grant Georgia Sports Medicine Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Giordano Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Gonzalez Mr. Charles B. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gunbie Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hale Ms. Judith Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Niclas Havelid Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hay Mr. and Mrs. Johan Hedberg Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Hernandez Hogan Construction Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Hohmann Mr. and Mrs. Michael Holt Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jang Mr. and Mrs. P. Nicholas Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Derek Keddy Mr. and Mr. Michael Keegan

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Thatcher The Dinner A’Fare Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thomas Mr. and Mrs. William Toliver Mr. and Mrs. Michael Troiano Mr. and Mrs. Michael Turner Jeff and Ann Van Wie Mr. and Mrs. Greg Veach, III Verizon Duluth Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wade Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Laurence White Mr. and Mrs. Todd White Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wood Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wood Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Young Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zen Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Zirngibl

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Mr. and Mrs. John Rogelstad Mr. and Mrs. Greg Rosa Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rosenkampff, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Rowland Mr. and Mrs. Brad Russell Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan Mrs. Katie Ryan Mr. Thomas Ryan Sampers Financial Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sansone Mr. and Mrs. John Schlarb Mr. and Mrs. Rick Schiavinato Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schlossmacher David and Hallie Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schroeder Ms. Maria Lee Semelsberger and Mr. Chris Kelly Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Sharon Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Shields Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Shingleton Dr. and Mrs. Darrell Simone Mr. and Mrs. Martin Slack Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slaker Mr. and Mrs. Michael Smith Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sobh Mr. and Mrs. Javier Soloaga Saint Monica’s Knights of Columbus Southern Catholic College Mr. and Mrs. Paul Standeven Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stoffel Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Summerlin Mr. and Mrs. Ajay K. Surana Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Swope Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sztuka

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Mr. and Mrs. Brad McCrimmon Mr. and Mrs. Paul McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Donald McGrath Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick McKeon Ms. Beth Meadows Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Merritt Mr. and Mrs. John Meurer Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Miletello Mr. and Mrs. Davide Monti Mr. Christopher Moore and Ms. Karinna Riddett Brian and Jill Mulligan Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Naso Mr. and Mr. Edward O’Connor Mr. John Olsen Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Ordonez Ms. Debra M. Orr Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Osterloh Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Owings Mr. and Mrs. J. Gid Parrish Mr. and Mrs. John Payne Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Petersen Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petrino Mr. and Mrs. Phong Pham Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Xavier Pina Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pizzarelli Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Pollard PricewaterhouseCoopers Publix Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Quinn Dr. and Mrs. Mark Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Mike Randolfi Red Baron Antiques

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Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kersey Edmund and Alexa Kim Mr. and Mrs. Si Kim Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Kohne Rev. Joel M. Konzen, S.M. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kopp Mr. and Mrs. Abboud Kourieh Mr. and Mrs. Steve Krouskos Mr. and Mrs. Bart Ladd Mr. and Mrs. Mark Langheim Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Tim Leazer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lemons Mr. and Mrs. Michel Lentz Lifetouch Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lily Mr. and Mrs. Samson Lim Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Loflin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lucisano Mr. and Mrs. PJ Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Sean Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MacCallum Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mahan Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mancini Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mandula Mr. and Mrs. Randy Manning Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mannion Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Marcacci Mr. and Mrs. David Marcacci Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marino Mr. and Mrs. Chris Massey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Brian Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCauley

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Annual Fund

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Fiscal Year 2009-2010

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onsistent with the strategic plan, Notre Dame Academy revamped its financial model last year to set tuition at near-cost levels. The traditional 15% gap between tuition and operating expenses was eliminated. While the school’s Board of Trustees focused on sustaining a lean budget, donations to the Annual Fund and other fund initiatives continued to be as vital as ever to support and enrich technology, academic excellence, and other non-budgeted operating expenses. Under the guidance of the Advancement Office and Advancement Committee, the Notre Dame Academy Community and supporters rallied despite the downturn in the economy to exceed its $300,000 Annual Fund goal with 100% board, staff, and faculty participation, and 75% parent participation. Notre Dame Academy is grateful to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mannion, parent chairs of the 2009-2010 Annual Fund, for their leadership and dedication, as well as to the countless parent volunteers who worked tirelessly on this successful campaign. The proceeds from the 2009-2010 Annual Fund enabled the school to: • Acquire over 200 Apple technology devices for teachers and students • Tile the lobby and the outer perimeter of the Assembly Room of the Elementary and Middle School • Install new carpet in the Assembly Room, lobby of the Early Years Campus, and numerous classrooms and offices • Purchase academic resources including a Scantron machine and forms, a kiln, and “Handwriting Without Tears” curriculum materials • Provide professional development opportunities to staff and faculty to enrich the academic program

A Special Thanks ...

SUPPORT FOR ANNUAL FUND Parents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$117,094 Board of Trustees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30,190 Staff and Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25,386 . Friends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7,986 Foundations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,500 Corporate and Matching Gifts . . . . . . .21,509 School and Family Organization . . . . . 92,607 Total Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . $303,272 RESTRICTED SUPPORT Cornerstone Campaign. . . . . . . . . $190,000 Fun Run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36,090 Other Restricted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152,296 Total Restricted Giving . . . . . . . . . .$378,386 SUPPORT FOR GEORGIA GOAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (FY 2009 - 2010) Parents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $53,000 Board of Trustees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,000 Staff and Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19,603 Friends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12,000 Total Georgia GOAL Giving . . . . . . . $103,603 TOTAL GIFTS TO NOTRE DAME ACADEMY . . . . . . . . $785,261

to Mr. and Mrs. Sean Lynch for donating their Atlanta Falcons’ Executive Box for a raffle and the sale proceeds of Sugar Plum Kids’ merchandise to the school.

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Annual Fund Cornerstone $50,000+

Leadership Club $2,500 — $4,999

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dollar Mr. and Mrs. Sean Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wood, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anello Don and Rosa Brown and Merck Dr. Sean and Susan Delaney Clay and Elizabeth Hale Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hay Tom and Marjory Mannion and Pfizer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marino Mrs. Lauren Meurer Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas V. Naso Ms. Debra Orr Greg and Harriet Rosa and Bank of America Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Sullivan The Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta

Legacy Club $20,000-$49,999 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wood

Heritage Club $15,000 - $19,999 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Finneran and AMB Group, LLC

Founders Club $10,000 - $14,999 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph George Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna and Novartis Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wade

2005 Club $5,000 — $9,999 Mr. and Mrs. Doug Fisher Mr. and Mrs. John Fleck Edmund and Alexa Kim Mr. and Mrs. Cary Slaker Jeff and Ann Van Wie and Equifax Mr. and Mrs. Todd White and Teammates for Kids Foundation

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River Green Club $1,000 — $2,499 Mr. J. Davis Adams and Ms. Nina Laltrello Mr. and Mrs. Michael Betz Henry and Jane Biggs Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Breaux Buckhead Uniforms Bret and Ashleigh Buhler Mr. Eric Christ and Ms. Maureen McIvor Mr. Bill Clark Mr. and Mrs. Chris Crock Mrs. Julia Derucki Suzan and Gene Donnelly

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dramis Chris and Pat Dudley and Macy’s Scott and Megan Edwards Victor and Theresa Eng Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Diego Gastaldi and Cisco Webb and Betty George The Hedberg Family Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Hernandez Christopher and Jeanne Hill Mr. and Mrs. Brad K. Hope Drs. Albert & Marielle Johary Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Karalexis Patrick and Brenda Kavanaugh Moses Kim Chris and Debbie Kohne

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kontur Bob and Janine Kourieh Ken Lemons and Susan Burns Mrs. Sonya Loflin Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mancini Mr. and Mrs. Brian Matthews Mr. and Mrs. David McElroy Mr. John Meurer Brian and Jill Mulligan Morrie and Rebecca Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Edward O’Connor Carlos and Jennifer Ordonez The Parrish Family Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pina Publix Mr. and Mrs. Michael Randolfi Fred and Missy Rosenkampff Jim and Jeanne Ryan John and Dana Schlarb and Cisco Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Shingleton Mr. and Mrs. Teak Shore Mr. and Mrs. Martin Slack South Star Energy Ms. Julie Stenger Mike and Fran Tartaglione Mr. and Mrs. Travis Thayer Mr. and Mrs. Luis Torres and Cisco/Scientific Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Michael Troiano Mr. and Mrs. Greg Veach and Dell Computers Hans-Bernd and Martina Veltmaat Mike and Lisa Zelnick

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Gold and Green Club $500 — $999 Mr. and Mrs. Tony Amorose Joe and Maureen Andersen Jorge Balthazar Box Tops for Education Mr. and Mrs. Manuel S. Campano Kalen and Kathy Cookson Mr. and Mrs. Victor Darrow Mr. and Mrs. John Findley Brendan and Maureen Finnigan and Anheuser Busch Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Furry Ed and Stephanie Gauthier and Cisco Chris Goodson & Ruth Manlapas Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Homan It’s Your Logo Mr. and Mrs. Edward Janosweski Mr. and Mrs. Ken Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kaminski Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kersey and IDI, Inc. Jonghan and Eunsil Kim Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kyriakakis Mr. and Mrs. Mark Langheim Charles Lee Lifetouch Mr. and Mrs. David Mentesana and Traveler’s Mr. and Mrs. Godwin Fumey-Nassah Do Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Tim Nieman Mrs. Sharon Orrick

The Perry Family and Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Darren Rish Mr. and Mrs. David Rogers Ms. Mary Q. Sada Saint Monica’s Knights of Columbus David and Hallie Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Ajay Surana Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sztuka Mr. and Mrs. Charles Werling

Patron Club $250 — $499 Mr. and Mrs. Jude Brautigan Chris and Cathy Camacho JB and Sharon Colletta Mr. and Mrs. Scot DeLancey Daniel T. Donohue, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dukes Ms. Melissa Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. Greg Frassrand Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Galeziowski Wayne and Irene Gowens and Cisco Marist School, Rev. John Harhager, S.M. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hauck Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hegarty Kim and Rusty Jones Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kim Hyun Mr. and Mrs. Jhung Seok Kim Cory and Christy Kirspel Marist School, Rev. Joel Konzen, S.M. Land’s End Mr. Dalibor Majksner and DM International

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Malena Mr. and Mrs. Santiago Marquez Mr. and Mrs. James McPherson Rosemary Muoneke Stephen and Amy Newman Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Rasmussen Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ratchford Donald and Dominique Refine Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shock Javier and Beatriz Soloaga Daniel A. Teran Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Thomas Mrs. Julie Tooher Jim and Catherine Toth Wilkinson Family Mrs. Moira Zapata Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Zirngibl

Contributor Club Up to $250 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Abujawdeh Greg and Karen Adams Mr. and Mrs. Pascual Alcocer Mr. and Mrs. Eric Anderson Mr. and Mrs. John Angove Jennifer and Tim Arentsen Mr. and Mrs. James Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. James Arnette Mr. and Mrs. Sam Asadi Jeff Ball and Cori Koleszar Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bamford Frank and Polly Barcena and GE Mr. and Mrs. Eric Barnett and Thrivent Mr. and Mrs. Randall Batson Mrs. Cathy Bergwall Drs. Ronald and Teresa Betteker Kim and Michael Biggs Mr. and Mrs. David Bourneuf Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Branford Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brennan Mrs. Cheryl Brown Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Burford Mrs. Beth Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Chang Cliff and Tiffany Chapman Dr. Cheryl Ann Cistulli Mrs. Marisol DeLopez Sheila and Vince DiMeo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dolgetta Ms. Kerry Dougherty

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Annual Fund Leah Dryden Mrs. June E. Dukes Mrs. Nina Dunlap Anne M. Eisenhauer Ms. Lynn Elder Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fairley Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Farine Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fernandez Caroline Gardner Dawn Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gilligan Jose G. Gonzalez Lauri Bohanan Goodling Dr. Carl Samuel Graham, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grant Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grayson Jill Hasnain Ms. Whitney Hess

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Wendy Hewes Ms. Molly Hole Jay and Joy Hoxie Jeff and Lynn Iannone Mrs. Malinda Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Nick Johnson Mrs. Diane Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Kamal Mahmud Michael and Jeanette Kearns Mr. and Mrs. Derek Keddy Mr. and Mrs. Michael Klosky Ms. Rebecca Joy Olson Knaak Kroger Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Lalomia Ms. Dana Landers Ms. Elizabeth Law Mr. and Mrs. Michel Lentz Mrs. Bernice Leonard

Rebecca and Cory Lesko and The Lesko Company Mrs. Amy LoCurto Ms. Mary Lowzinski Jim and Barbara MacGinnitie Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Macken Mr. and Mrs. Karl Magnusson Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Maliszewski Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mallard Mr. and Mrs. Pierluigi Mancini Mr. and Mrs. Randy Manning Ms. Lisa Martinez Thomas and Cynthia Mathews Tim and Dahlia McKimmy Brett and Joy Mitchell Mr. Douglas Mogle Mr. and Mrs. Pieri Montes Mr. and Mrs. Davide Monti and D.& N. Sales Mr. and Mrs. Alan Neal Moore Mr. Christopher Moore and Ms. Karinna Riddett-Moore Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Morrison Ms. Susan Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murray Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myles, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Negron Mr. and Mrs. John Nicol Ms. Nedge Nicolas-Douyan Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Niven Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Northrup Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Novak Mrs. Irene Nowicki Ms. Kristen O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Ron Osterloh

Mr. Ken Oxendine Mrs. Kathy Paryzek Mr. and Mrs. Phil A. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Sudeesh Pignili Cynthia and Neil Pinnock Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pizzarelli Mr. and Mrs. Mario Pizzorni Ana Maria Pollard Prep Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Quinn Dr. and Mrs. Mark Quinn Ms. Maria Rios Scot and Starr Ritchie Mr. and Mrs. William Ritchie Ms. Lori Allison Rivet Mr. and Mrs. Ildefonso Robles Jim and Evangeline Rodeghiero Ms. Tai Romero Ms. Tracy Roome Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Rowland Mrs. Jean Ruggiero Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rushworth Eduardo Sandoval Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sansone

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Allen and Amy Sawyer Ms. Stephanie Scaman Moore Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schaefer Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scherger Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schlossmacher Ms. Kimberly Scouller Art and Kerry Serrano Mrs. Stacey Shields Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Sigman Silver Linings Sharonne Smith Mrs. Jan Snider Mr. and Mrs. Scott Spooner Mr. and Mrs. John Stefanie Mr. Paul Steinichen and Ms. Peggy Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swope Target Scott and Mary Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thomas Mr. Christopher Gage Thompson of Randolph-Macon Academy Mr. and Mrs. John Vasina Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wach, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wagner Ms. Nancy Walshe Mr. and Mrs. Graham Ward Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Waugh Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weimer Mr. Charles Welch Mr. and Mrs. KC Whitehead Jeffrey and Charlene Wilson Mrs. Lynette Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Hector Zayas Mr. and Mrs. Mark Zureich

Corporate Donors and Matching Gifts Abbott AMB Group, LLC Anheuser Busch Bank of America Box Tops for Education Buckhead Uniforms Cisco/Scientific Atlanta Dell Computers Equifax GE IDI, Inc. It’s Your Logo Kroger Land’s End Lifetouch Macy’s Merck Novartis Pfizer Prep Atlanta Publix Silver Linings South Star Energy Target Thrivent Traveler’s

Foundation Gifts

Gifts in Kind

The Community Foundation of Atlanta Scientific-Atlanta Foundation, Inc. Teammates for Kids Foundation

Maner Little Crumly & Chabliss LLP Mr. and Mrs. Michael Biggs Mrs. Eugenie Couchoud-Wilkinson Rev. Jack Durkin Mr. and Mrs. Diego Gastaldi Rev. Brian Higgins Rev. Monsignor R. Donald Kiernan Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mancini Rev. Monsignor Hugh Marren Robertson Loia Roof

A Special Thanks ... to the architectural firm of Robertson Loia and Roof who, through a generous gift in kind, provided professional design services for Notre Dame Academy and attended countless Building and Grounds meetings in connection with the school’s campus expansion plan.

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Annual Fund

NAMING OPPORTUNITY DONORS SMART Board Classroom

4th Grade Classroom Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wade

$15,000* *2 year pledge

Partner in Technology Computer Center

4th Grade Classroom 4th Grade Classroom 5th Grade Classroom 5th Grade Classroom

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Biggs Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Kim Anonymous Anonymous

Legacy Gift from the 8th Grade Graduating Class of 2010

Processional Candles Used During Mass

$ $ $ $

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

$ 1,000

GEORGIA GOAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Notre Dame Academy is grateful to all contributors to the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program, a state approved student scholarship organization that is eligible to receive taxpayer contributions that can be used to provide scholarships to kindergarten and public school students who wish to attend our school. Donors have the opportunity to re-direct up to $2,500 of their Georgia taxes as a married couple filing jointly, $1,000 as an individual, and 75% of a corporation’s Georgia income tax liability as a C Corp. In addition, donors may take a tax deduction on their federal tax filing. Through their generosity to Georgia GOAL, 23 new students were able to attend Notre Dame Academy for the 2010-2011 school year. 20

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 CY 2010 GOAL Supporters as of 11/19/2010 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bamford Mrs. Cathy Bergwall Mr. and Mrs. Michael Betz Mrs. Cheryl Brown Mr. and Mrs. Christian Castin Mr. William Clark Mr. Eric Christ and Ms. Maureen McIvor Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Colletta Mr. and Mrs. Chris Crock Mr. and Mrs. John Derucki Mrs. Christine Dolgetta Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dollar Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dollar, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dukes

Mrs. Nina Dunlap Captain Kathy Durst Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eng Mr. and Mrs. Brian Finneran Mr. and Mrs. John Fleck Mr. and Mrs. John Findley Mr, and Mrs. Joe George Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hale Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hay Ms. Whitney Hess Mr. and Mrs. Mark Janiszewski Mr. and Mrs. Edward Janoszewski Mrs. Diane Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Cory Kirspel Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Kohne

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kyriakakis Mrs. Elizabeth Law Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lee Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mancini Mrs. Diane Mentesana Mr. John Meurer Mrs. Lauren Meurer Mr. Christopher Moore and Ms. Karinna Riddett-Moore Mr. and Mrs. Brian Mulligan Mrs. Amy Naso Mr. and Mrs. Edward O’Connor Ms. Debra Orr Mr. and Mrs. J. Gid Parrish Mrs. Patti Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fairley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faletti Mr. and Mrs. John Fleck Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Joe George Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Gilbertson Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hale Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hay Mr. and Mrs. Edward Janoszewski Drs. Albert and Marielle Johary Mrs. Diane Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Cory Kirspel Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Kohne Ms. Anna Krallis Ms. Dana Landers Mrs. Amy LoCurto Ms. Mary Lowzinski Mr. and Mrs. PJ Lynch

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mallard Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mancini Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mandula Ms. Joan McIvor Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McPeters Mrs. Deborah Mentesana Mrs. Lauren Meurer Mr. Douglas Mogle Mr. and Mrs. Brian Mulligan Mrs. Amy Naso Mrs. Irene Nowicki Mr. and Mrs. Edward O’Connor Mr. Carlos Ordonez and Ms. Jennifer Snow Ms. Debra Orr Mr. and Mrs. J. Gid Parrish Mrs. Patti Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Pina

Mrs. Kelly Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Reilly Mr. and Mrs. David Rogers Ms. Tai Romero Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Serrano Mr. and Mrs. Martin Slack Mr. Paul Steinichen and Ms. Peggy Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Tartaglione Mr. and Mrs. John Vasina Mr. and Mrs. KC Whitehead Mrs. Moira Zapata

CY 2009 GOAL Supporters Mr. and Mrs. John Ball Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Bamford Mr. and Mrs. Michael Betz Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Breaux Mr. Eric Christ and Ms. Maureen McIvor Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Colletta Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Colletta III Mr. and Mrs. Chris Crock Mr. and Mrs. John Derucki Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dolgetta Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dollar Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dollar, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Donnelly Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dukes Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunlap Captain Kathy Durst Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eng

Mrs. Kelly Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Robertson Ms. Tai Romero Mr. and Mrs. Greg Rosa Mrs. Jean Ruggiero Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan Mrs. Robin Sansone Mrs. Anne-Marie Schaefer Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Serrano Mr. and Mrs. Martin Slack Mr. and Mrs. Javier Soloaga Mr. and Mrs. John Vasina Mrs. Lynette Wilson Ms. Jessica Winstead Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wood, Jr. Mrs. Moira Zapata Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zelnick

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Feet for Fine Arts Fun Run FUN RUN Dani Abujawdeh Edgar Abujawdeh Greg Adams Jason Adams Karen Adams Rosa Aguirre Pascual Alcocer Terry and Milva Algren Maureen Andersen Arlene Anderson Denice Anderson Judy Anderson Linda Anderson Carys Angove John Angove Lisa Angove Jan Antranikian Paola Aponte Marvin Arentsen Jamie Armstrong Kathy Armstrong Myra Armstrong Nicole Arnett Maria Arnette Paige Arnette Helen Arnold Paris Asgari Mitzi Assing Judy Avison Irene Baljet Peter Baljet Ana Isabel Balthazar Jorge Balthazar

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Jorge Balthazar Maria Fernanda Balthazar Paul Bamford Liza Banguilan Joe Barbeyto Rita Barbiere-McGuire Eric Barnett Alesia Barrett Bob Barry Paige Barry Lisa Batson Maria Batson Randy Batson Kathy Beals Brill Beierle Jean Beierle Kara Beierle Ina Bell Christine Bertrand Carolina Betancourt Gilberto Betancourt Sandra Betancourt Michael Betz Janice Beylouni Ansley Biggs Michael Biggs Patrick Birde Jennifer Birmingham Janell Black Athena Boatwright Carole Boatwright Lynne Ann Bombard Jeanne Boorstein Kim Borna Caroline Bourneuf

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Dolores Bousman Sabrina Braswell Jude Brautigan Bobby Bray Pierce Brennan Juan Briceno Monica Briceno Don Brown Don Brown Karen Brown Joseph Budnik Ashleigh Buhler Bret Buhler Donald Burdett Eva Burchfield Michael Burel Susan Burns Anne Burr Christine Burrell Lexie Bush Tamika Butts Catherine Camacho Monti Campbell Evie Caperton Diane Caputo Breana Carlyn Chris Carnot Linda Catanach Helen-Jean Catterill Frankie Chambliss Marjorie Chambliss M. Margaret Chandler Jeff and Melissa Chang Cliff and Tiffany Chapman Don Chapman

Laura Chapman Pete and Peanetta Chattin Donald Cherry Ana Chifan Petru Chifan Robert Chitty Cecilia Choi Corona Choi John Choi Phillip Choi Teresa Choi Dennis Christ Eric Christ Josette Chun Mila Chun Millie Chun Michael Chung Cheryl Cistulli Ella Clancy John Clancy Leah Clancy Kendall Coffman Shawn Coleman Maureen Colletta Sharon Colletta Thomas Conis Kathy Cookson Chris Coonner Ellyn Cote Christine Coyne Cathy Crock Joe Crock Mandy Crock Michael Crowe Judi Crutchfield

Robert Cunard Marlene Cypher Robert Cypher Caroline Daher Peggy Daniels Elaine Daoles Elizabeth Darrow Emma Daugherty Stacy Davidson Emerson Davis Robert Day Jennifer Dealy Lynda DeLancey Scot DeLancey Sean Delaney Nora Derrigo Michele Derrigo-Barnes Joann Desrosiers Todd Deus Anne Dick Shelly Dickinson Dian Dietrich

Sheila and Vince DiMeo Sandra Djaja Bong Do Christine Dolgetta Jim and Muriel Dollar Jimmy and Kim Dollar Dan Donahue David Donahue Suzan Donnelly Emma Dougherty Kerry Dougherty Mike Dowling Krissy Doyle Sheila Dramis Kerri Draper Ruth Drees Beth Driscoll Ellen Drury Kathy Drwila Phillip Drwila Leah Dryden Chris Dudley Kathy Duff Stacey Dunn Nancy Duong Kathi Durst Patty Dwyer Diane Dyer Megan Edwards Rick and Melinda Edwards Scott Edwards Victor Eng Trish English Jamie Espinoza Jose Espinoza

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Feet for Fine Arts Fun Run Kevin Espinoza Agnes Eun Jun Eun Sang Eun Margaret Evans Steve Evans Julie Fairley Leon Fairley Judy Faletti Paton Faletti Paul Faletti Kathy Fallon Jennifer Farine Caroline Fass Nancy Fennell Melissa Fernandez Sheila Fernandez Steve Fernandez Toni Fields-Davis Frances Filia Barbara Findley Brian and Erin Finneran Burda Finneran Brendan Finnigan Joseph Finnigan Doug Fisher Gail Fisher Megan Fisher Pat Fisher Rita Fisher Al Fleck John Fleck Greg Frassrand Linda Frassrand Audrey Fredericks

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Hugh Fries Jennifer Fulford Keri Fulton Rae Fulton Shelley Fulton Steve and Grace Fultz Deanna Furry Dawn Fusco Andrew Galeziowski Jeff Gardner Dawn Garrison Mittaela Gaspar Diego Gastaldi Joseph Gauthier Stephanie Gauthier Kim Gehle Rena Geiger Betty George Jocelyn George Joe George Kelly George Owen George Dan Gilbertson Daryl Gilbertson Jim Gilbertson Annie Gillespie Nina Gonzalez Michael Goodling Chris Goodson Sarah Goudiss Barry and Jan Gowens Wayne and Irene Gowens Sami Graham Andy Grindy Debby Guertin

Kathy Guyette Steve Hadfield Clay Hale Kimberly Hanmer Mary Anne Hardeman Kathie Harris Jill Hasnain Nancy Hauck Toni Lynn Hauck Dennis Hay Michael Hay Scott Hay Spencer and Jennifer Hayes Paul Hazelton Maria Heckman Pernilla Hedberg Ashley Heffron Gary and Aine Hegarty Victoria Henao

Cheryl Henry Jackie Herd Alfredo Hernandez Eduardo Hernandez Essy Hernandez Valentin Hernandez Jan Heyn Travis Hickman Chris Hill Frank Hill Jeanne Hill Pamela Hill Stacie Hill Mychal Hines Larry Hinson Geri Hollingsworth Harold Hollingsworth Kelli Hollingsworth G. Holmes

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Ray and Teresa Homan Kelly Hopkins John Hospodar Robert Houren Allie Hoxie Alyn Hoxie Jay Hoxie Joy Hoxie Lorraine Hoyla Harry Hutson Beckie Hyde Lucia Ignacio Wykena Jackson Richard Jacoby Mi Jang Cari Janke Lenny Janke Phil and Angela Jardina Patricia Jenkins Albert Johary James Johnson Kimberly Johnson Lynn Johnson Traci Johnson Cheryl Jones Colton Jones Gwen Jones Ian Jones Rusty and Kim Jones Annie Kaminski Danielle Kanter Christine Kassas Brenda Kavanaugh Jeannette Kearns Derek and Elizabeth Keddy

Chris and Diane Kelly Dan Kelsey Kevin Kennedy Patricia Kersey Msgr. R. Donald Kiernan Anna Kim Christina Kim James Kim Jhung Kim Thomas Kim Wolsu Kim Annie King Lori Kinsell Cory and Christy Kirspel Kurt Klein Mr. and Mrs. Michael Klosky Bill Knaak Gray Knaak Nancy Knaak Rebecca Knaak Jackie Knox Rolanda Koenig Chris Kohne Debbie Kohne Lynn Kolb Cori Koleszar Lillian Koleszar Erin Kontur Eileen Koskie Richard Koskie Larry Kozlowski Barb and Ron Kratz Kamela Krouskos Cindy Laarhoven Stephanie Lahr

Nina Laltrello Phil Lamantia Dana Landers Wes Landers Mark and JD Langheim Jackie Lantz Donna Lasch Nancy Latham Esther Laucirica Xavier Laucirica Charles Lee Jina Lee Katina Lee Roksu Lee Sophia Lee Young Lee Donna LeMaitre Michel Lentz Cory Lesko Judy Lesko Rebecca Lesko Shawn Lesko Jane Levitz

Cindy Lieberman Russell Lindsay Griffin Loflin Patrice Long Lisa Lovett Donna Lynch Jessica Lynch Lisa Lynch Rita Lynch Robanne Macken B. MacKinnon Emma Maggio Dalibor Majksner Beverly Malachowski Daryl Malachowski Holly Maleki Parviz Maleki Al Malena Annette Malena Alfred Malena, Sr. Robert Mallard Julian Mancini Marjory Mannion Evelia Marcano Alyssa Marino Erica Marino Jenna Marino Kelsi Marino Matthew Marino Rafael Marquez Santiago and Patti Marquez Curt and Janice Martin Zainab Masood Jan Mathews Thomas Mathews

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Feet for Fine Arts Fun Run

Eileen Matthews Dan McCormick Ronald McCrae Esther McElroy Katya McGill Tanya McGill Joan McIvor Maureen McIvor John McKenna Dahlia McKimmy Scott McLure Holly McPherson Jamie McPherson Rosemary McSweeney Ernesto Medina Deborah Mentesana Sarah Metzger Selma Metzger Harry and Mary Alice Mildonian Matthew Mildonian Charles Miller Patrick Miller Joan Minarich Sharon Mirides

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Estella Mobley Nancy Monti Rick Moody Steve and Shari Moody Alan Moore Alanna Moore Betty Moore Joanne Moore Philip Moore Stephanie Moore Caleb and Norah Morante Paula Mordini Valentino Mordini Jamie and Mary Morrison Brian Mulligan Bridget Mulligan Jill Mulligan Rosemary Muoneke Katelyn Murray Derrick Muzzin Dino Muzzin Dominique Muzzin Doreen Muzzin Valerie Myles Jerry Naddra Godwin Nassah Georgia Neblett Christine Newlin Alexa Newman Amy Newman Charles Newman Joyce Newman Stephen Newman Do Nguyen Jill Nieman

Carol Niven Jorgia Northrup Kenneth Novak Jan Nungesser John and Virginia O’Brien Sean O’Connell Maryann O’Connor Marleah Oliver Arlene Olson Kristi Olszewski Arthur O’Neill Carlos Ordonez Ed Orr Pat Osterhout Mary Celeste Osterloh Barbara Papantoniou Hermon Parker

Susan Parrish Michael Passarella Mary Beth Passarella Lori Patten Garnetta Penn Sandra Penn Diane Perry Jean Perry Louise Perry Marissa Perry Michele Petersen Jan Peterson Patti Phillips Diana Piccarreto-Garcia Julia Pina Yolanda Pina Cynthia Pinnock Earl Pizzarelli Kelly Pizzarelli Tracy Plevel Ana Maria Pollard Juan Carlos Polo Elizabeth Posey Harold Posey Kathy Posey Mixela Powell Becky Power Patricia Powers Elissa Pressley Ken Protas Audrey Quinn Brian Quinn Don Quinn Kelly Quinn Michael Randollfi

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Charles Rasch Donald Refine Claudia Regan Ellen Reichelt John Reinhardt Mary Ann Reinhardt Vlatka Relja Catherine Reller Mike Reynolds John Rhilinger Craig Rich Bill and Linda Ritchie Kathy Ritchie Scot and Starr Ritchie Lawrence Rivet Lori Rivet Jackie Robertson Charlotte Robinson Francisco Robles Ilde Robles Karina Robles Evangeline Rodeghiero James Rodeghiero Tai Romero Greg Rosa Harriet Rosa Mary Rose Rosa Sally Ross Shaun Ross Leslie Rowland Kelly Ruiz Theresa Russell Jim and Jeanne Ryan Peggy Ryan Robin Sansone

Alex Santamaria Diana Santamaria Juan Santamaria Amy Sawyer Jon Scaman Rita Scardaci Tony Scardaci Anne-Marie Schaefer Amanda Scherger Mary Beth Schiavinato Dana Schlarb Cheryl Schlossmacher Susan Schnackenberg Barbara Schoeppner Paul and Mary Schoettelkotte Paul and Sue Schoettelkotte Edward and Frances Schroeder Nicole Schroeder William Schulz Jennifer Schumann Missy Schwartz Kim Scouller CeCe Selles Kerry Serrano John Shannon Michael Shannon Tammy Shearer James Shelhimer Joanne Shellman Cretia Sherard Silvia Shingleton Dayna Shock Teak Shore Todd Sigman Lynn Simonson

Kelly Singletary Mark Skelton Karen Slack Martin Slack Jennifer Slaker Charlene Smith Gary Smith Jayne Smith Sharonne Smith Jennifer Snow Beatriz Soloaga Ralph Spaulding Kent Sperring Scott Spooner John Steffes Ellen Stephen Janie Stephen Freddie Stevens Lisa Stevens Ruby Steward Debbie Stober

K. Sullivan Ajay Surana Kavitha Surana Pete Sutherland Dennis Sweeney Laurie Swope Richard Swope Eileen Sztuka Joyce Sztuka Tyler Sztuka Joseph Tartaglione Michael Tartaglione Jackie Taylor Lenka Taylor Scott Taylor Megan Thayer Jeff Thomas Johnna Thomas Katarina Thomas Madison Thomas Michael Thomas

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Feet for Fine Arts Fun Run Tama Thomas Teresa Torres Victor and Christina Torres Eric Trinkowsky Sarah Trinkowsky Audrey Troiano Jeannette Troiano Holly Truglio Janet Turner Katrinya Usher Jeff and Ann Van Wie Carole Vandyke John Varnell Reba Varnell Everett Veach Hans-Bernd and Martina Veltmaat Fran Wade Gary Wade Elizabeth Wagner Shea Walker AJ Walsh Jody Walsh John Walsh Maureen Walsh Thomas and Nicolette Walsh Janet Wathen Michelle Webb Britt and Tatyana Weber Neil Wedewer Cindy Weimer Jacqui Weimer Julie Weimer Ashley Westbrook Joe Westbrook Paula Wexler

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Doug White Julia White Todd White Scott Whitesell Matti Whiteside Alvin Williams Penny Williams Dan Willis Charlene Wilson Eileen Wilson Inge Winters Joseph Winters James Wolters Benjamin Wood Catie Wood Kelly Wood Lorna Wood Rene Wood Tony Wood Kenneth Woods Jungah Yi Patricia Ysaccis Theresa Yuan Alex and Jackie Zafirovski Nicole Zangen Cameron Zapata Moira Zapata Maria Zayas Eleanor Zelnick Michael Zelnick Cinda Ziccardi Phillip Zirngibl Cindi Zureich

Gwinnett Regional Science and Engineering Fair - Junior Division Venue Sponsors Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center

Corporate Sponsors Bank of North Georgia Scientific-Atlanta Foundation, Inc.

Interactive Demonstrations Georgia Tech Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society Rivers to Reef & Discover H2O and Blue Planet Movie: Presented by the Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center Forensic Science Demonstration: Presented by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Environmental Lab: Presented by REI and their PEAK Program Informative Hike: Presented by Chattahoochee Nature Reserve Center

Donors Atlanta Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA)-Atlanta Chapter

Food Sponsors Chick-fil-A Shane’s Rib Shack

A Special Thanks ...

to Mrs. Sonya Loflin, the Director of the Regional Science Fair and the many volunteers who contributed to the success of this important event.

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Our Graduates MARY SEAT OF WISDOM AWARD

The Mary Seat of Wisdom Award is the highest award presented to one graduating 8th Grade student who demonstrates exemplary leadership, faith, service, citizenship, knowledge, creativity, and sportsmanship, as well as high academic achievement as determined by 8th Grade teachers and the Middle School Principal. 2009-2010 AWARD RECIPIENT Stefania Monti

PRINCIPAL’S AWARD

The Principal’s Award is determined by the Middle School Principal and presented to a graduating 8th Grade student who shows a cooperative spirit, support of the school mission, and good citizenship. 2009-2010 AWARD RECIPIENT Fatima Kamal

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Through the generosity of an anonymous benefactor, Notre Dame Academy established the St. Thomas Aquinas Endowed Scholarship to recognize students for excellence in community and/or spiritual service, character, and leadership. Each year, one student from each classroom in 3rd through 7th Grade is selected by the teachers and principals to receive the scholarship.

2009-2010 AWARD RECIPIENTS 3rd Grade Gabriella Brown Hallie Jo Schroeder Daniel Teran

5th Grade Sarah Dryden Marielle Quinn

4th Grade Maria Harris Kyra Montes

6th Grade Sydney Lalomia Lucas Schiavinato

7th Grade Marian Metzger

ST. CHRISTOPHER 8TH GRADE TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP

Each year, 8th Grade students have the opportunity to travel to Rome, Italy to study the historical, cultural, and economic aspects of the city. To enable all interested students to participate in the trip, Notre Dame Academy is grateful to an anonymous benefactor who provides a scholarship to students in need of financial assistance. Families of 8th Grade students are encouraged to

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Awards Recognition communicate their financial hardship to the international trip staff chaperone so that a scholarship may be awarded.

PERFORMING ARTS AWARD

The Music Award is determined by the Music Teacher and presented to a graduating 8th Grade student who exhibits an aptitude, enthusiasm, dedication, and profound interest in the performing arts. 2009-2010 AWARD RECIPIENTS Andrew Anello Matthew Scouller

VISUAL ARTS AWARD

The Visual Arts Award, sponsored through the continued generosity of the Mulligan Family, is determined by the Art Teacher and presented to a graduating 8th Grade student who demonstrates a unique ability and dedicated drive to explore, share, and create the world through the visual arts.

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD

The Athlete of the Year Award is presented by the Athletic Director to a female and a male 8th Grade graduating student who has worked hard at becoming the best athlete. 2009-2010 AWARD RECIPIENTS Brynn Finneran Kevin Green

NDA SPORTSPERSON OF THE YEAR AWARD

The NDA Sportsperson of the Year Award is presented by the Athletic Director to an 8th Grade graduating student who has demonstrated respect and kindness both on and off the playing field. 2009-2010 AWARD RECIPIENT Rishabh Surana

2009-2010 AWARD RECIPIENTS Justine Magnusson Gabriella Mancini

BLESSED TRINITY BOOK AWARD

The Blessed Trinity Book Award is presented by a member of the Blessed Trinity Catholic High School administration to a 7th Grade student who, in the judgment of the Notre Dame Academy faculty, demonstrates a passion for reading and literature. 2009-2010 AWARD RECIPIENT Clara Gastaldi

ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL CHI-RHO AWARD

The St. Pius X Catholic High School Chi-Rho Award is presented by a member of the St. Pius X Catholic High School administration to an 8th Grade student who, in the judgment of the Notre Dame Academy faculty, possesses qualities of faith, determination, caring and integrity which are needed to pursue his or her education to the best of his or her ability. 2009-2010 AWARD RECIPIENT Alexa Rushworth

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School and Family Organization GALA

Notre Dame Academy’s School and Family Organization (SFO) has grown from three parent officers and four committees in 2005 to five parent officers and 28 committees in 2010. Under the exceptional leadership of the 20092010 SFO Officers ... Elizabeth Keddy - President, Megan Thayer - Vice President, Kelly George - Secretary, Debbie Kohne - Treasurer, and Kim Biggs - Spiritual Life Officer ... many spectacular events and services took place: EVENTS Adoration Blessed Mother Society/Mary’s Garden Duluth Fall Festival Parade Float Family Picnic Parent Socials Gala Grandparents and Special Friends Day Book Fair Catholic Schools Week Elementary School Dance Gwinnett Regional Science Fair Bingo Fun Run Middle School Dance Teacher Appreciation Volunteer Appreciation Used Uniform Sales

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SERVICES Room Parents Hospitality Notre Dads Campus Beautification New Family Ambassadors EYC Service Learning Program Yearbook Lunchroom Advancement (Annual Fund) Reimbursements/Box Tops & Cartridges Volunteer Hours

Anonymous Bryce Allen Joe Andersen John Angove Paul Bamford Eric Barnett Wayne Baughman Unknown Bidder Michael Biggs Robert Brennan Cliff Chapman Susan Delaney Julia Derucki Jimmy Dollar Francis Dramis Phyllis Drewicz Chris Dudley Kevin Espinoza Paul and Judy Faletti John Findley Brian Finneran Maureen Finnigan Danielle Flaherty Steve Franke Deanna Furry Andrew Galeziowski Jeff Gardner Diego Gastaldi Ed and Stephanie Gauthier Joseph George Webb George Bill Green Clay Hale Loren Hauck Gary Hegarty

Christopher Hill Molly Hole Brad Hope Albert Johary Marielle Johary Art Karalexis Patrick Kavanaugh Michael Knaak Rebecca Knaak Bob Kourieh Larry Kozlowski Christopher Lalomia Stephen and Sonya Loflin Javy Lopez Sean and Lisa Lynch Anthony and Anne Mancini Pierluigi Mancini Valentino and Paula Mardini Tom Mathews Brian and Eileen Matthews Larry McGill David Mentesana John Meurer Stephanie Scaman-Moore Jamie and Mary Morrison Brian and Jill Mulligan Tim Nieman Carol Niven The Olson Family Debra Orr Sharon Orrick Coach Ken Oxendine Gus Pina Sudeesh Pingili Mark Quinn The Randolfi Family

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Mike Randolphi Steve and Jane Ratchford Paul Ritchie Greg Rosa Jean Ruggiero Jim Ryan Tim Shingleton Teak and Elizabeth Shore Craven Shumaker The Slack Family Jennifer Slaker Kathy Smith Scott Spooner Mark Thatcher Mike Troiano Jeff and Ann Van Wie Kacy Veach Britt and Tatyana Weber Cindy Weimer Robert Weimer Sarah White Mike Zelnick Phillip Zirngibl

Mark Zureich

Corporate Donors Air Tran Airways Allied Integrated Marketing Alpharetta Children’s Dentistry Ann Richards Portraits, Inc. Atlanta Thrashers Ave Maria Catholic Bookstore Blue Ridge Scenic Railway BounceU Duluth Buckhead Uniforms Chattanooga Choo Choo Chick-fil-A Bowl Thomas A Cunningham, DDS Couture Canvas Cutie Pies Children’s Boutique Delta Queen Hotel The Derby Sports Bar and Grill Details Foode Georgia Dermatology Center Georgia-Pacific LLC

Golden State Foods Grass Roots Girls Gwinnett Braves Gwinnett Gladiators Hockey Heritage Golf Shots Hillbilly Willie’s Ponies and Pals The Ice Forum Skating Academy Imperatori Karate Kamado Joe Land’s End Learning Rx Atlanta-Buckhead Monkey Joe’s My Room Rocks Natural Body Spa and Shop Off Broadway Shoes Parsons The Perfect Present Pops! Wine and Spirits Regency Fine Art Sabri Guven Fine Jewelry Sia Southeastern Railway Museum Spooner and Associates, P.C. StorybookofMemories.com Tennelle and Co. Tennessee Valley Railroad Trader Joe’s

Trattoria One 41 Uniform Depot Waterford Crystal William David Salon

A Special Thanks ... to Karen Slack and Lisa Lynch, co-chairs of the 2009-2010 Gala, their committee volunteers, event sponsors, donors, and all parents who contributed to the class baskets and attended the remarkable event.

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Leadership Recognition A Special Thanks ... to David Schroeder for his five years of dedicated service as Chairman of the Notre Dame Academy Board of Trustees.

Joe George, Chairman of the Board Kimberly Dollar Diego Gastaldi Rev. John Harhager, S.M. Michael Hay Gary Hegarty Rev. Joel Konzen, S.M. Nicolle Lalomia Sean Lynch Anne Mancini John McKenna Brian Mulligan Ed O’Connor Debra Orr Fred Rosenkampff, Jr. David Schoeder

Group VP Manheim Homemaker General Manager, Telco Home Networks, Cisco President, Marist School Attorney, Anderson, Tate and Carr Director of Finance and Operations, Notre Dame Academy Principal, Marist School Director of E&U Application Services, IBM Corporation CEO, Anesthesia Healthcare Partners Director of Advancement, Notre Dame Academy CFO, Ciba Vision Director, Business Development, Evergreen Construction VP, Connolly Realty Services, Inc. Head of School, Notre Dame Academy Principal, The Southern Link Partner, SchroederSlater, LLC

SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM

2009-2010 BOARD COMMITTEES

Debra M. Orr Head of School

ADVANCEMENT

Julia Derucki Elementary School Principal John Findley Middle School Principal Gary Hegarty Director of Finance Molly Hole Early Years Principal Anne Mancini Advancement Director John Meurer Facilities Director Sharon Orrick Administative Assistant to Head of School

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2009-2010 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Kimberly Dollar, Co-Chair Susan Parrish, Co-Chair Frank Barcena Chris Crock Victor Eng Jeff Gardner Alexa Kim Ken Lemons Anne Mancini Marjory Mannion Tom Mannion Brian Matthews Jeanne Ryan Kim Ryan Klosky Elizabeth Shore Crista Vasina Joanna Ward

FINANCE

John McKenna, Chair Gary Hegarty Sean Lynch Ed Mitchell Debra Orr Bill Schmitz

TECHNOLOGY

Steve Cistulli, Co-Chair Nicolle Lalomia, Co-Chair Cheryl Brown Tina Grayson Gary Hegarty Molly Hole Rusty Jones Mary Lowzinski BUILDING & GROUNDS Rob Marino Ed O’Connor, Chair John Meurer Doug Breaux Debra Orr Jimmy Dollar John Wilkins Debra Orr David Schroeder GOVERNANCE Richard Swope Michael Hay, Chair Lee Wood Fran Dramis Bob Fitzgerald Ed Mitchell Debra Orr

MISSION

Brian Mulligan, Chair Kim Biggs Loren Hauck Joan Janoszewski Debra Orr Earl Pizzarelli Megan Thayer Jim Toth

STRATEGIC PLANNING Diego Gastaldi, Chair Scot DeLancey Victor Eng Gary Hegarty Debra Orr Fred Rosenkampff, Jr. Paul Sansone

Ways to Give There are many ways to participate in the Notre Dame Community and to contribute needed resources that are vital to the success of Notre Dame Academy and its students. VOLUNTEERISM

Volunteer support builds a sense of community and allows Notre Dame Academy to enhance a family’s experience with us throughout the year. Some of the many opportunities include participating in class and schoolwide events and celebrations. Many companies will now consider volunteer hours for a matching gift. Please check with your company’s Human Resources personnel for more information.

DIRECT CONTRIBUTIONS

Gifts by check or cash are highly effective in enhancing the school, and they offer benefits to the donor and may be deductible on federal income tax returns. Each donor should consult with a tax advisor appropriate for his or her individual circumstances. Many donors prefer to pay by credit card on our website to take advantage of various credit card promotions, frequent flyer miles, and other reward programs. We accept, American Express, Visa, MasterCard and Discover.

GIFTS-IN-KIND

Non-cash gifts which can benefit our school and students are always appreciated.

MATCHING GIFTS

Many companies offer matching gift programs which can double the impact of your contribution. Information about a company’s matching gift policies is typically available through the company’s Human Resources Office or internal website.

PLANNED GIFTS

Many opportunities exist for planned giving that have future benefits for Notre Dame Academy.

GEORGIA GOAL CONTRIBUTIONS

Notre Dame Academy has partnered with the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program to enable Georgia state taxpayers to redirect a portion of their state taxes for need-based scholarships for qualifying students.

CONTACT

Mrs. Anne Mancini, Advancement Director, is always pleased to discuss opportunities to support Notre Dame Academy. She may be contacted through the school office at 678.387.9385 or amancini@ndacademy.org.

SECURITIES

We are grateful for gifts of appreciated securities.

A Special Thanks ...

to the many members of our community who bring our mission and vision to life through their continued support of Notre Dame Academy.

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Notre Dame Academy Notre Dame Academy is an independent, Marist-sponsored, Catholic and IB World School serving Pre-K3 through 8th Grade. Our 450 students are educated in SMART Board classrooms in a nurturing, hands-on environment. Students and teachers use Apple technology devices including MacBooks, iPads, and iPod touches with daily curriculum. The goal of Notre Dame Academy is to integrate the Gospel into the context of academic content. As such, the academic curriculum is of the highest standards and prepares students to thrive in an increasingly global society. Full-time students receive age-appropriate Catholic instruction, art, music, Spanish, computer science, daily physical education, and recess. In addition, all students partner with local non-profit organizations to perform service projects and to pursue studies of specific societal problems related to the service partners’ challenges. Notre Dame Academy is run by an independent board of trustees. The school is accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organization and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools/ Southern Association of Independent Schools and is listed in The Official Catholic Directory, thereby receiving its 501(c)(3).

A Special Thanks ... to TD Nuong, Elizabeth Shore, Vicky Gastaldi, and Karinna Riddett-Moore for the photographs they generously contributed to the Annual Report.

The 2009-2010 Annual Report is published by the Advancement Office of Notre Dame Academy to express gratitude to those who have given to our community during the 2009-2010 fiscal year (ending June 30, 2010.) In preparing this report, every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy. Please accept our sincere apologies if there are corrections to be made, and notify Anne Mancini at amancini@ndacademy.org.

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2009-2010 Annual Report