St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic School empowers students to:

  • Achieve their highest potential
  • Live meaningful lives inspired by the teachings of Jesus and
  • Serve others while becoming leaders of all to Christ.

 
Speech Tournament Results
Monday, 04 May 2015 09:57

Congratulations to the following students who attended the Millard North Mini Mustang Speech Tournament on Friday, May 1 and won the following trophies or medals:  Delaney Foley and Abby Reed, Seventh Duet Acting; Sara Gosch and Kate Williamson, Eighth Duet Acting; Mary Watson, Second Declamation; Anna Kenney, Fifth Declamation; Mary Watson, Third Impromptu; Nick Knudson, Fourth Impromptu; Sean Keating, Tenth Impromptu; and John Trainer, Eleventh Impromptu. St. Robert Bellarmine captured the third place Sweepstakes as well.  Seventeen Omaha schools participated in the event with over 350 students attending

Thanks to our teacher sponsors Mr. Dylan Gill, Mrs. Barb Goodrich, and Miss Julie Hansen.

 
Archdiocesan Math Contest Results
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 08:43

The Archdiocesan Math contest was held Saturday, April 25.  The following students were recognized with the following awards: 

4th Grade - Sam Mullin placed third and Natalie Bullock placed eighth.

5th Grade - Alaina Lorkovic placed fourth and Stephen Trainer placed eleventh.

6th Grade - Rocco Deppe placed fifth and Daniel Kleinsmith placed sixth.

7th Grade - Nick McGill placed second and Paul Owens placed sixth.  Also, Nick and Paul placed first in the team competition.

8th Grade - Mitch Finocchiaro and Marie Kleinsmith tied for sixth.

Algebra - John Pritchard placed third individually and in the team competition.

Thank you to all of our students for representing our school so well.  Thank you also to Mrs. Duvall, Mrs. Jankowski, Mrs. Dytrych and a special thanks to Mrs. Owens for helping prepare our students.

 

 
Speech Team Celebrates Success
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 06:44

Congratulations to the St. Robert Bellarmine Speech Team students who won several medals at the Creighton Prep Jay Pecking Order Middle School Speech Tournament this weekend: Anna Kenney took sixth place in Declamation and second place in Dramatic Interpretation, Paul Owens took fifth place, Michael Pallesen took fourth place and Sean Keating took third place in Impromptu Speaking. The team took fourth place in Sweepstakes. Congratulations to all who attended and to their teacher coaches Mrs. Barb Goodrich, Mr. Dylan Gill, and Miss Julie Hansen.  Be sure to check out Facebook for a great picture of the team!

 
History Day Winners Announced
Tuesday, 10 March 2015 07:26

The National History Day district competition was held at the Durham Museum on Tuesday, March 3, 2015. Saint Robert Bellarmine School had four students who placed in the top four spots of the Research Paper competition. Mary Grace Watson took first place, Jason Kwong took second place, Kate Williamson took third place and Delaney Foley placed fourth. The topic this year was Leadership and Legacy in History. The top three winners will move on to the state competition to be held in Lincoln in April. Congratulations to these students and their Middle School teacher sponsors, Mr. Chris Dziadus (Social Studies) and Mrs. Barb Goodrich (English).

 
WalkAThon 2015: “SRB ‘March’ to D.C. for Life” Follow Up
Tuesday, 03 March 2015 11:46

After rescheduling our annual, indoor WalkAThon (due to a snow day), all students in grades kindergarten through eight were finally able to symbolically “march for life” on February 12.

Students in grades six through eight walked with younger partners, and those in grades three through five enjoyed walking with classmates.  Students had fun and got in some serious exercise!  Due to the overwhelming generosity of our SRB students and their families, the Student Council collected about 1,500 items for babies and for the elderly.  The baby items will go to E.P.S. and possibly another, smaller ministry for new moms and their babies.  Student Council members assembled 260 Valentine bags for the elderly at the Douglas County Health Center, containing personal care items that students in grades 5-8 donated.  They also included hand-written prayer cards made by all fifth through eighth grade students.  In addition, about 300 extra items that came in on February 12 will be given to DCHC.  We remain deeply grateful for the spirit of generosity that prevails at St. Robert Bellarmine!

 
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