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.

 
News From the Art Room
Thursday, 30 October 2014 14:25

Artsonia is a website where students from all over the world create online art galleries. Last year, the third grade students (now fourth grade), used Artsonia to upload four or five pieces of artwork. Their families could go online and see their artwork and even had the chance to purchase merchandise that featured their child's artwork. This year, all students in grades K-8 have been assigned an Artsonia account.

At this point, nearly every student in the school has a piece of artwork on Artsonia. If you would like to see artwork from our students, go to www.artsonia.com and type “St. Robert Bellarmine” into the search box. Once you have found our school’s page, you can browse through the art galleries. If you are looking for someone specific, you can choose to browse by grade or search for an artist by their first name. St. Robert Bellarmine is ranked first in the state of Nebraska for number of artworks published, ninth in the state overall (there are multiple categories), and ninety fourth in the nation. Please help boost our rating by becoming a member of our students' fan club!

 
Student Ambassadors
Monday, 13 October 2014 13:08

Congratulations to our student ambassadors who were selected from the over 40 applications that were submitted.  We are proud of all of our students for applying for this leadership opportunity. We know our new ambassadors will help to build stronger relationships with our parishioners.  Each application, submitted from members of our 8th grade class, was reviewed carefully and the students who best fit the group’s mission were selected using a rubric fitting the selection criteria.  We were looking for students who can anticipate other’s needs, initiate and sustain conversations with adults and display personal leadership skills. 

The students who will represent St. Robert Bellarmine School as ambassadors this year include: Mary Grace Watson, Liam Reinhart, Jordan Hatcher, Anna Kenney, John Pritchard, Anaja Arthur, Colleen Hasterlo, Clare Reinhart, Abby Reed, Abby Winklebauer, Carson Linquist, Josie Reed, Maria Kleinsmith, Jessica Quinn, Delaney Foley, Michael Pallesen and Zach Brant.

Thank you to everyone who applied for this unique opportunity, and congratulations again to our 2014-2015 Student Ambassadors. 

 
Sing Around Nebraska Children’s Honor Choir 2014
Friday, 03 October 2014 07:54

The Nebraska Choral Directors Association is proud to sponsor the 2014 Sing Around Nebraska Children’s Honor Choir!  This event will be held on November 7 and 8, 2014 at the O’Donnell Auditorium on the campus of the Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Nebraska.  The choir of 150 fifth and sixth grade students, are selected from across the state through an audition process.   Selected from St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic School are sixth grade students, Quinn Martin and Isaac Kenney.  Congratulations on your hard work!  They will rehearse with and perform under a guest clinician, Dr. Rollo Dilworth, Professor of Choral Music Education and Chair of Music Education and Music Therapy at Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA.  Also performing on this concert will be three collegiate choirs from Nebraska.

Congratulations to Quinn and Isaac and thank you to Mrs. Stover for making this opportunity possible!  
 

 
Fr. Don Shane Recognition Award Winner Announced
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 08:25

The Fr. Don Shane Recognition Award was established to acknowledge the importance Fr. Don Shane placed on the Catholic formation of young people at St. Robert Bellarmine Parish.   For the second year, one seventh grade student from Five Day School and one seventh grade student from Religious Education, will be awarded a financial gift to offset tuition toward their eighth grade year.  This year, the five day winner will be awarded $1000.00 to offset tuition toward their eighth grade year.  The students are nominated and selected by their teachers using a rubric that lists the following characteristics: someone who shows compassion for others, someone who is a quiet leader, someone who enriches the lives of others, and someone who is accepting and open to all they meet.  

Congratulations to Carson Linquist, who was named the recipient of this award during our final all school Mass of the 2013-2014 school year!

 
Archdiocesan Math Contest Results
Monday, 19 May 2014 08:06

On April 5, students in grades 4-8 competed in the annual Archdiocesan Math Contest. Listed are the students that competed and their results.

Grade 4 Results: Alana Lorkovic placed fourth, Aiden Rhodes placed eighth; the team placed eighth.
Grade 5 Results: Rocco Deppe placed fifth, Daniel Kleinsmith placed seventh; the team placed fifth.
Grade 6: Paul Owens placed third, Nick McGill placed seventh; the team placed second.
Grade 7: John Pritchard placed third, Luke Dickas placed eighth; the team placed third.
Grade 8: Peter Owens placed second, Zephyr Desa placed sixth; the team placed fourth.
Algebra: Joe McGill placed first, Aidan Weindel placed third; the team placed first.

Congratulations to all and thank you for representing St. Robert Bellarmine so well!
 

 
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