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Andy Glockner Time Magazine Dealer of the Year in Ohio. “The Glockner family has been providing transportation in southern Ohio and northern Kentucky for more than 160 years and six generations,” nominee Glockner said. “Our generation, just like the first, is proud to be part of this community and to serve the transportation needs of its citizens.”

Andy Glockner Time Magazine

A 1971 graduate of Notre Dame High School in Portsmouth, Glockner earned a degree in business administration, majoring in accounting, from Northwood University in Midland, Michigan, in 1975. The school prepared him to enter the family business, which began as a hardware store that sold bicycles in 1847. A Chevrolet dealership was awarded in 1912 and, according to... Continued on Page 6.

All SOC teams released. Fall and Winter sports all SOC teams released. Includes All-District and All State awards.

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Scioto high school seniors receive Honda-Ohio State Math Medal Award Seven high-achieving Scioto County high school seniors received the Honda/OSU Math Medal Award from a partnership between Honda of America Manufacturing Inc. and The Ohio State University. The award recognizes the top senior mathematics student in 230 high schools in southwest and central Ohio. Math Medal winners from Scioto County and their high schools are Nathan Arnett, Valley; Paige Ballard, Wheelersburg; Hannah Cassidy, Notre Dame; Continue on Page 5...

Students from Notre Dame Elementary help raise $10,000 for new playground renovations.

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2013 FALL SPORTS TEAMS

Football - 8-3 (SOC 3-1) Volleyball- 20-5 (SOC 11-3) Golf - SOC 2nd Place

Fall Sports Awards

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Football - First Team Jack Kayser Dakota Smith Will Toleman Daniel Ogg CJ Smith Second Team Rome Tovine Will Haney Evan Coriell First Team - All District Offense Dakota Smith Second Team - All District Defense Daniel Ogg Jack Kayser

VOLLEYBALL

Special Mention -All District Rome Tovine Will Toleman First Team - All Ohio Dakota Smith Special Mention - All Ohio CJ Smith Daniel Ogg Jack Kayser Volleyball - First Team Madi Phillips Brooke Pierron Emma Gohmann

GOLF

Second Team Maggie Hoover Ragen Kayser

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2014 WINTER SPORTS TEAMS

Winter Sports Records Basketball - 18-6 (SOC 10-4) Girls Basketball - 12-9 (SOC 10-4) Swimming - SOC 1st Place Tennis - SOC 1st Place

BASKETBALL

Winter Sports Awards Basketball First Team Daniel Ogg Will Haney Second Team Jack Kayser Second Team - All District Daniel Ogg

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Third Team - All District CJ Smith District Honorable Mention Will Toleman All Ohio Honorable Mention Daniel Ogg

GIrls Basketball First Team Brooke Pierron Katie Stevenson Second Team Hagen Schaefer

SWIMMING

First Team - All District Brooke Pierron Second Team - All District Hagen Schaefer All Ohio - Special Mention Brooke Pierron


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2013 Football Homecoming The Notre Dame Schools celebrated homecoming on September 28th when the football team played Villa-Angela-St. Joe. Hannah Marie Cassidy, the daughter of David and Telena Cassidy was crowned 2013 Homecoming Queen. Hannah was escorted by her father David Cassidy. Emma Elizabeth Gohmann, the daughter of Fred and Krista Gohmann was 1st Attendant. Emma was escorted by her father Fred Gohmann. Leah Elizabeth Craig, daughter of Scott and Kandi Craig was 2nd attendant. Leah was escorted by her father Scott Craig. Jessica Lauren Schmidt, daughter of Dr. Christopher and Geraldine Schmidt was also 2nd attendant. Jessica was escorted by her father Dr. Christopher Schmidt. Crystal Nicole Holtgrewe, daughter of Rob and Sherry Holtgrewe was 3rd attendant. Crystal was escorted by her father Rob Holtgrewe.

Senior, Hannah Cassidy (Queen)

Senior, Emma Gohmann (1st Attendant)

Senior, Leah Craig (2nd Attendant)

Senior, Jessica Schmidt (2nd Attendant)

Miss Hannah Cassidy to compete in America’s Homecoming Queen. Miss Hannah Marie Cassidy, daughter of David and Telena Cassidy of West Portsmouth, has been selected finalist for Ohio’s 34th Annual Homecoming Queen selection to be held April 13, 2014 at the Dayton Marriott in Dayton, Ohio. She is the Notre Dame High School Homecoming Queen. Ohio’s 2014 Homecoming Queen will receive a cash scholarship plus an all expense paid trip to the National Finals to compete with the queens from other states for America’s Homecoming Queen. America’s Homecoming Queen Inc. is a non-profit organization promoting education, educational travel, and community service in all fifty states. Hannah will also be competing for Ohio’s favorite homecoming queen. You can vote for her for Ohio’s favorite homecoming queen at www.americashomecomingqueen.com.

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5 Honda-Ohio State Math Award Jason Montavon, Northwest Local; Alex Napper, Clay; Garrett Nease, Minford; and Katherine Wells, Portsmouth. This is the fifth anniversary of the Southwest region Math Medal Awards, presented by the HondaOhio State Partnership Program, a university-industry partnership that supports programs in education and research to benefit the transportation industry. This year 96 seniors, the highest number yet, from 16 counties in southwest Ohio received the award.

Academic Notre Dame High School inducts 12 new members in National Honor Society. Notre Dame High School inducted 12 new members into the Robert Holzemer Chapter of the National Honor Society in December. The National Honor Society is an organization sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Notre Dame’s chapter was chartered in May, 1957 and this is the 57th year of its existence. Notre Dame’s chapter is named after the late Robert Holzemer, who played a big part in the chapter’s development. The objectives, quoting from its constitution, are “to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students. Members of the chapter are voted in on the criteria of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The members must also maintain a Grade Point Average of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale. Notre Dame’s chapter is involved with many activities including tutoring their peers after school and community service. The advisor is Michael Haskins. Current National Honor Society members include Kiersten Angelos, Jaid Gampp, Will Haney, Jack Kayser, Jessica Schmidt, Hadyn Schmidt, Emma Gohmann, Emma Sand, Leah Craig, Mika Garett,Ashlyn Cassidy, Katie Stevenson, Hannah Cassidy, Trista Davis and Crystal Holtgrewe New members inducted include Luis Benitez, Megha Patel, Colin Haskins, Brooke Pierron, CJ Smith, JD Harting, Jonathan Major, Andy Bazler, Luke Welsh, Emmaly Baker, Tori Vaught and Tyson Montgomery.

Eighty-one of the honorees attended the Southwest region ceremony on November 2 at the GE Aviation Learning Center in Cincinnati. Recognized as their school’s top math student in the Class of 2014, each student received a pewter math medal, plaque and $100 gift card from Honda of America Manufacturing and Ohio State University’s College of Engineering. In addition, the math medal award comes with a $3,000 scholarship opportunity at Ohio State’s College of Engineering for the 2014-2015 academic year. Over the past four years, 20 Southwest region Math Medal recipients have gone on to receive the $3,000 scholarship at Ohio State’s College of Engineering. “This prestigious honor recognizes students who excel in math and science, and serves as an indicator that an engineering career may suit them well,” said David B. Williams, dean, Ohio State College of Engineering. “These are all outstanding students, who we hope will become Buckeye engineers.”

ND Middle school quiz bowl champs Notre Dame Middle School Quiz Bowl team won the County Quiz Bowl tournament in November. The team is coached by Amanda Jones, who teaches 4th grade at Notre Dame Elementary. Notre Dame defeated Wheelersburg in the Championship Round to win the tournament. The matches include questions in ten different categories including: Reading, Geography, Life Science, Fine Arts, Math, Spelling, Physical Science, World History, Grammar and Current Events.

The Honda-Ohio State Partnership Program is a unique collaboration between Ohio State and Honda of America Manufacturing that supports initiatives in education, research and public service to positively impact students, faculty, public and private sector practitioners, and the transportation industry as a whole. Honda operates two auto plants and engine and transmission plants in Ohio, along with a major vehicle research and development center and engineering, logistics and purchasing operations in the state. With 16,000 associates—including more than 1,000 engineers— Honda of America Manufacturing is one of Ohio’s largest private employers. Ohio State’s College of Engineering places 14th nationally among public university engineering programs ranked by U.S. News and World Report, and its more than 7,200 undergraduate students choose from 14 different engineering majors.

Back Row (Left to Right): Amanda Jones (Coach), Graceann Beckett, Caden Wilcox, Donny Reigle, Xavier Shepherd, Paytyn Collins, Felicity Pettay, Raj Kataria (Co-Advisor). Middle Row: Michael Zayneh, Millie West, Rohit Kataria, Kurt Joshi, Olivia Smith, Emma Madden, Faith Harting, Ethan Kamer, Gabriel Pettay. Front Row: Anthony Zayneh, Ethan Beckett, Serena Kataria, Carson Sammons, Mollia Creech and Kalie Pettay.


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NDCC Building Opened Notre Dame High School and Notre Dame Athletic Foundation are pleased to announce the opening of Notre Dame Community Center (formerly CAY building). The Notre Dame High School and the Notre Dame Athletic Foundation have formed a partnership that made it possible to create a community center for the deanery wide Notre Dame family after the closing of the CAY. The Notre dame Athletic Foundation has made significant updates to the building including the replacement of heating and air conditioning, roofing, lighting, audio visual components and kitchen repairs to name a few. The Notre Dame Community Center will be used for weekly bingo sessions, deanery meetings, ND fund raisers, NDHS and NDES school functions and will be available for deanery parish events and rental for community events. So stop in and see the changes and we will see you at the next event!

Key Club collects over 9,000 cans.

Notre Dame High School Key Club collected over 9,000 cans in this years can food drive. The canned food is distributed to over 18 local food panties around the county.

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Andy Glockner Time Magazine Dealer of the Year in Ohio. Glockner, it remains one of the oldest continuously owned and operated Chevrolet franchises today. “When potential customers wanted to know what to do with their horse and buggy if they bought a new car, my family would take them in as trade,” he noted. “Thus, we became the first horse traders in automotive history.” Glockner’s father, “Ebby,” and Glockner worked hard to expand the business, and today, Glockner Enterprises consists of four new car franchised stores, eight independent used car stores, a commercial leasing agency, an independent insurance agency and an oil distribution company. Ebby was the recipient of the TIME Magazine Quality Dealer Award in 1978. Glockner took the reins when his father retired in 1982. He is now grooming his three sons to take over the company. “As the sixth generation of Glockners active in the business, Tim, Joe and Mike are poised for the future to grow the enterprise,” Glockner said. “They all have a great passion for providing good jobs and for serving the public. Their willingness to carry on a family tradition in automotive excellence makes this father very proud.” Glockner’s keen business sense was recognized by Ohio Governor John Kasich who appointed him as a private citizen representative in 2010 to work with the Scioto County and state auditor’s office to create an action plan to reestablish economic growth and stability in the area, which they have succeeded in achieving. He has devoted his time and talent to the Boys Scouts of America, where he has worked with young people and served as finance committee chairman. “The Boy Scouts have produced and continue to produce great leaders for our communities and our country,” he explained. “The values instilled in these young men are essential in developing future leaders and stewards of this country.” His charitable efforts extend beyond the nation’s borders, as he established and funded a loan program to help capitalize start-up businesses in Port-de-Paix, Haiti, after visiting the area on a mission trip with his wife and daughter

Notre Dame walk-a-thon raises money for playground. Students from Notre Dame Elementary put one foot in front of the other Friday morning to help raise money for their school playground. As a result of their hard work, the school exceeded its goal and raised more than $10,000 in just a week. “Our new playground structure was put in in 1998. It just needs refurbished and updated, that kind of thing. So I had a teacher come to me last week and one of her nephews does a fundraiser walkathon and they raised about $50,000. I said, well I don’t know if we can do that but we aimed high and set our goals at $10,000. We sent notes home last (week) Thursday or Friday, and as of yesterday (Thursday) we exceeded our goal,” said Elementary Principal Ann Kempf. Students were asked to collect donations of at least $25 to participate in the walkathon at Spartan Stadium in Portsmouth on Friday. The students arrived at the stadium in smaller groups. Kindergarten and 6th grade study buddies walked first for five laps; then grades 1-3 did six laps, and finally grades 4-5 walked eight laps around the stadium. Preschool students also participated by walking laps around the inside of the school on Thursday. As they finished a lap, teachers waited at the finish line to stamp students hands to keep track of how many laps they’ve walked. With the money they raised, the school will purchase a new swing set and mulch, and in the spring the school will plant a memorial vegetable garden in the playground in memory of Boston Schwamberger who attended Notre Dame School and passed away this summer. After only a week of fundraising, the walkathon was so successful for Notre Dame Elementary that Kempf said they will probably do it more often. “We did this in a week, so if we had a month or six weeks to get those pledges, we could double or, I don’t know. I can’t wait to tell the kids. It’s been a very good project,” Kempf said. But next year, she said, they’ll probably do it in the spring when the weather is warmer.

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AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER FOUNDATION SPONSORS LOCAL TEACHER AT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WORKSHOP IN COLORADO Sherry Blackburn, a sixth grade teacher at Notre Dame Elementary School in Portsmouth, was among educators from across America and three other nations who explored ways to investigate current environmental issues with their students during a recent summer workshop at the Keystone Science School in Colorado thanks to a grant from the American Electric Power Foundation. The Foundation, funded by American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) and its utility operating units including AEP Ohio sponsored Blackburn, who was among 10 educators chosen from a select field of applicants from across AEP’s 11-state service territory. The Key Issues Institute is a national teacher-training program that provides creative and innovative middlelevel educators with the process, skills and confidence to investigate environmental issues with their students in a non-biased manner. Educators spend six days in the classroom and field engaging in activities that explore the environmental aspects of a simulated issue. To augment classroom implementation, participants receive curriculum, instructional materials, computer software programs, as well as lab kits and on-line support from educators and instructors. Teachers use the Key Issues Framework that meets National Education Standards in a variety of disciplines to develop and implement new classroom plans that focus on local environmental issues and improve decisionmaking abilities of students. The program supports an interdisciplinary approach. “I am much more energized and enthusiastic about science again! I am looking forward to using hands-on activities and allowing the students to work their way through a problem or activity. Some of my fellow teachers are also willing to use elements of the Key Issues curriculum in their classrooms. I would highly recommend this experience to any teacher regardless of the subject taught,” Blackburn said. Terri Flora, director – Corporate Communications, AEP Ohio said sponsoring participants in the professional development program underscores the AEP Foundation’s commitment to education. “This workshop will make it possible for teachers to investigate contentious environmental issues with their students without bias and to facilitate student inquiry,” she said. “The integration of science, math, social studies and language arts throughout the investigation mirrors the real-world mix of disciplines brought to bear in addressing environmental issues.” Since 1976, Keystone Science School has taught scientific principles and leadership skills to young people, teachers and community members through engaging, hands-on field experiences. Formerly part of The Keystone Center, the school was founded on the belief that leaders should approach decision-making with a healthy respect for scientific inquiry, collaboration and civic engagement. For more information, visit www.keystonescienceschool.org. The American Electric Power Foundation is funded by American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) and its utility operating units. The Foundation provides a permanent, ongoing resource for charitable initiatives involving higher dollar values and multi-year commitments in the communities served by AEP and initiatives outside of AEP’s 11-state service area. The Foundation’s areas of focus include special emphasis on improving lives through education from early childhood through higher education, protecting the environment, providing basic human services in the areas of hunger, housing, health and safety, and enriching life through art, music and cultural heritage. The Foundation is based in Columbus, Ohio.

Estate Planning As followers of Christ, we, much more than others, believe that earthly treasures are temporary. Just as Christians are expected to be good stewards of God’s gifts here on earth, we should also have a plan for our estate when we leave this world. As a supporter of Notre Dame Schools, we invite you to remember the schools when doing your estate planning. You may have life insurance policies, stocks, jewelry, real estate or collectibles that could benefit our schools. Reportedly when one of the richest men in America died, John Rockefeller, someone asked his accountant, “How much money did he leave?” The reply was “He left all of it.” We cannot take it with us but we can continue to benefit the causes we supported that were important to us, even after we have left this world.

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The Notre Dame Schools 2014 Annual Fund Deadline June 30th As The Notre Dame Schools continue to build upon our successes, we ask for your support. We are so grateful for faithful and generous alumni and friends like you who contribute time, talent and treasure to further Notre Dame. Your kind and sacrificial gifts allow us to continue developing leaders marked with a passion to succeed. Financial support is crucial to continuing Notre Dame’s calling to anchor students and ourselves with faith based values to guide a lifetime. Your gift to the Annual Fund helps The Notre Dame Schools maintain small classes, give personal attention, and utilize the best equipment available to education technology while offering programs activities that educate and inspire students. Give online today or contact us for more information on how you can get involved. Fill out the form and print and mail in to: Notre Dame High School Attn: ND Development 2220 Sunrise Ave. Portsmouth, Ohio 45662

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Notre Dame Elementary School recently completed an Advent project with the 5th and 6th grade classes. Each child was asked to earn the money themselves to purchase a small toy or book to donate to the SOMC Pediatric unit for children that need medical care during the Christmas season. The students were encouraged to do this project in order to help the children who are undergoing medical treatment and make their stay a little more pleasant. The fifth grade teachers are Willa Tanner and Christy Layne and Anne Emnett and Sherry Blackburn are the 6th grade teachers.


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Mary Abella William Angelos Gaby Aoun Stephen Appleton Phillip Arnett Alice Arnzen Mary Arnzen Tom Augustin John Bailey Frances Barber Frank Barnett Jim Barrett Mike Barrett Ruth Barry Charles Barry Eniko Basa Marian Beckett Lisa Belcher Chris Bendinelli Matthew Bennie Dave Berry Kristopher Bickel Jonathan Bickel Michael Bodmer Mary Ann Bontley Brian Borders Marilyn Born Lewis Bowman Ralph Bowman Tim Bowman Sandra Brehl Rebecca Brown Greg Brush Bob Burk John Burke William Burke Jeff Burke Mary Ann Burns Jane Busch Mark Cardosi Barry Carlson Gerald Cassidy Ronald Chapman Curt Clifford Barbara Clonch Maureen Coburn Therese Colgan Linda Collins Dick Connors Judy Cooper Roger Coriell John Coriell Merle Cowee John Craig Scott Craig Matthew Crawford Jeff Crum Geoffrey Current Mary Daniel Barb Davis Wanda Dengel Desco Federal Credit Union Sherry Deskins-Goodson Vincent Desostoa

Charles Dettwiller Patrick Donini Mary Eck Charles Eckstein Eddie Edwards Michael Emnett Dave Emnett Nancy Enzie William Eubank Glockner Family Fifth Third Bank Dave Figlestahler Ken Fisher Gary Fisher Lois Fitch Stephen Fitzer Erna Fordyce Philip Fortune Gerald Frantz Robert Frantz Joan Frantz Kanner Christine Gardner Eugene Gemperline Laura Gibbins Pamela Gibbons David Glockner Andy Glockner Fred Gohmann Fred Gohmann Sue Golden David Goodman James Graf Brenda Graf-Daehler Donald Grierson Jean Gulley Joseph Haase Beth Haney Jeff Hartlage Lawrence Hartlage Sonie Hash Mary Hennesy Margel Henning Deanne Henry Perry Herpy Sue Herrmann David Hill Dan Hill Constance Ann Hirschy Phyllis Hock Ellis Holcomb John P. Holsinger Norb Holtgrewe Gloria Horsley Ruth Horton Rosemary Horvath Marie Huber Deborah Huffman William Hurley Elizabeth Hurst Ted Hyle Emma Lou Jenkins Gerald Jenkins Kevin Johnson Rose Ann Joyce

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2012-2013 Annual Fund Report Thomas Pierron James Pierron Gerald Pierron Rosemary Pierron Kristin Powers-Helphrey John Prose Mary Martha Questel Michael Raies Vincent Randaisi Steven Rapp John Ream John Reinhardt Lisa Rickey Mike Ritz Rotary Club Judy Roush Marguerite Russell Michael Sand Dan Sand Tim Sand Trish Scarberry Stephani Scherer Scott Schmidt Elizabeth Schmidt Louis Schoettle Bob Schoonover Michael Schoonover Brian Schwamberger William Schwamberger Scioto County Area Foundation Ann Siegel Kathleen Simon Mary Smith Brenda Smith Julia Smith Mary Ann Snyder Gerald Sommer James Sommer Southern Ohio Medical Center Laetitia Spiro Richard Staker Cindy Stefanov Nancy Stegman Jane Stephenson Jody Stevens Fr. Adam Streitenberger Deacon James Sturgeon Harold Sylvia George Tabor Willa Tanner Joseph Tannian Ginny Taylor John Temponeras Patty Tennant David Thieken Mary Thompson Victor Tovine Michael Trivisonno Charles Trivisonno Elizabeth Turner Jerry Ugrin Leonard Varacalli Al Varhola Philip Vetter

Charles Vetter Richard Wagner Mary Ann Wakefield Mary Lou Wallace Steve Wallace Faye Weddington Terry Welsh Richard Welsh Sue Welty Sandra White Jerry Wiggins Dennis Wilcox Randy Wilson Charlotte Wolfe Mary Ann Workman Paul Yost Ibrahim Zayneh In Memory Of

Dane Patrick McMackin Jim & Jon Milstead Edna A. Noel Luchi Robert A. O’Neill Roger Padron Lola Pasquinelli (SM, ‘36) Fr. William Patterson Arthur & Ruth Pelligrinon Dr. Martin & Taylor Pierron Marty Pierron Nancy M. Reynolds Dr. & Mrs. James C. Ritz Daniel O. Sand William Leo Schoonover Michael Smith Sally Rideout Smittle B.R. Stout, II (Class of 1978) Scott Thieken Vince Tovine Eric Trivisonno Betty C. Vetter Cindy Wagner Michael Wallace Charles & Clara Barry Christy & Andrew Nichols Harry Kuhner

Bob Arnzen Jane Kessinger Robert & Patricia Augustin Wilma Barrett Charles & Clara Barry Richard & Dee Bendinelli Simon Elmore Bickel, Sr. Fred & Mary Helen Bodmer Fred D. Bodmer In Honor Of Richard Born Paul & Steve Bowman Zayneh Family Walter E. Cassidy Jim Fitch Jackie Cooper Andy Glockner Mary Coriell Christa Nichols Sally Coriell Katie O’Neill Mary A. Emnett Coriell (HR ‘44) Melanie & Morgan Temponeras Joan Dadosky-Wheeler Charles Richard Vetter Lawrence & Ruth Debo Louis & Miriam Donini Luke & Libby Welsh Augustin Family Fr. Joe Yokum Hansmann Family John & Elizabeth Feist Pat Fortune Jeanette Fox Richard & Sue Frederick Edgar Gibbins John and Rosemary Gibbons Bernard Glockner Doris E. Gohmann Dr. Joseph Gohmann Mary Jane Goodman Bob & Jeanne Graf Rosie Hahn Keyser Joan Henderson Mark Herrmann Gerald Hock Deceased members of Jacobs & Figlestahler Families Carol Kelso Jane Kessinger William T. Kessinger John & Frances Lemoine Anne Malone


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