Events

Senior Theses Presentations will be Monday, May 22nd, through Thursday, May 25th, AMU Lecture Hall

Every night, the presentations will begin at 7pm and allot 30 minutes to each speaker. Please note that each talk is about 15-20 minutes with 10-15 minutes of question/answer from the audience. All are welcome to attend and pose questions (civilly and with due respect to the students and school). There is usually a 10- minute break after the second or third talk.

Families and children are encouraged to attend with their parents, as this event highlights the goal and end of the Donahue education. Below, please find the schedule:
Monday, May 22nd
1. Andrew Scanlan, The Government’s Role in Education
2. Jimmy DeLiso, The Morality of Animal Experimentation and Cloning
3. Elias Allan, The Tariff of Abominations

Tuesday, May 23rd
1. Nicolas Chaparro, Finding a Remedy for Terrorism
2. Valerie Gazzera, Predestination: Were you Meant to Hear this Talk?
3. Joe Gawron, Are eSports Real Sports?

Wednesday, May 24th
1. Randy Beidelschies, The Morality of Protest
2. SkyLyn Munoz, The Ethics of Terminating Palliative Care
3. Drew Monterosso, Who has the Ultimate Authority: The Catholic Church or Scripture?

Thursday, May 25th
1. Thomas Donohue, America’s Immigration Problem
2. Justin Herrera, Posting Threatening Lyrics on Facebook: Is the Danger Real?
3. Sean Doman, Digital Realism: Are Video Games Harmful to Children?
4. Izzy Crum, Shakespeare: Playwright or Plagiarist?

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Reserve your tickets for “Shakespeare”

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Irish Fest Dinner

Purchase Tickets

*Tickets are $50 plus $1.40 handling charge per ticket.

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4th Annual Grandparent/Grandfriend Appreciation Day

4th Annual Grandparent/Grandfriend Appreciation Day will be held Friday, March 3 (last school day before Spring Break). Invitations were mailed out last Friday.

The event will begin with registration at 8:00 am, followed by Mass, K-4 performance, classroom visits, school tours and conclude with brunch for all grandparents/grandfriends and their accompanying students.

RSVP to Susan Nutt by February 24

239.304.7310; susannutt.k12@avemaria.edu

If you are a new family and would like an invitation mailed to grandparent/grandfriend, please contact Mrs. Nutt.

Donuts and drinks will be provided to each classroom for students who are unable to participate in the brunch.

A Grandparent/Grandfriend is one who ….

  • Strengthens you with prayer,
  • Blesses you with love,
  • Encourages you with hope.
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Donahue Academy Catholic Schools Week, January 29 – February 4, 2017

Invite prospective students and their families to our Open House, Sunday January 29 from 1:00-3:00 PM

  • Tour the school and see all the new improvements
  • Visit the classrooms
  • Meet the teachers
  • Listen to our Headmaster, Mr. Chris Smith present at 1:30 and 2:30 PM about the benefits of a Catholic Classical curriculum

Participate in our Food Drive for Catholic Charities of Collier County – Weekend Power Pack Feeding Program

  • Individually sized cereal bars, granola bars, crackers, fruit cups, instant oatmeal, mac-n-cheese, powdered milk, and cereal as well as cans of chili or ravioli are requested
  • Donations may be dropped off at the school office

Purchase a 50/50 Raffle ticket – drawing held on Friday, Feb 3

  • Tickets are $10 each and available in the school office

Guess Faculty and Staff Baby Pictures

  • Check the bulletin board outside the gym
  • Student with most correct guesses will win a prize

Purchase Spirit Wear from Shamrock Central

  • Located on the first floor across from the school office

Schedule

Sunday Celebrating your parish

  • Wear your school uniform to Mass
  • Invite friends and their families to attend our Open House
  • Purchase items from our new Spirit Store – Shamrock Central
Monday Celebrating your Community

  • Eucharistic Procession after Mass
  • Making Spiritual Bouquets for Benefactors and Board Members
Tuesday Celebrating Students

  • All-school Mass in honor of Major Padgett
  • Student Talent Show
  • Lunch-time treats
  • Homework-free Day
Wednesday Celebrating the Nation

  • Wear Red, White, and Blue with uniform bottoms
  • Guest Speaker from 8:30-9:30 AM
Thursday Celebrating Vocations

  • Dress-down Day – within guidelines and with $1 donation to Our Lady Of Guadalupe Food Pantry
  • Guest Speakers for Grade 3-12 from 8:15-9:30 AM
Friday Celebrating Faculty, Staff and Volunteers

  • RJDA Spirit Day – only Donahue Academy Spirit Wear
  • Faculty / Staff vs. Prep School Volleyball Game
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