Saint Robert Bellarmine Catholic School is dedicated to educating students in a Catholic, Christ-centered environment. We are united by our Core Values of Living Faith, Practicing Service, Achieving Excellence, Inspiring Leadership, and Promoting Collaboration.
We empower students to achieve excellence and become leaders of all to Christ as they live meaningful lives of service inspired by the teachings of Jesus.
The St. Robert Bellarmine Mission came to life this year as students and faculty grew in awareness and understanding of our core values: Living Faith, Practicing Service, Achieving Excellence, Inspiring Leadership, and Promoting Collaboration. Students recently created homeroom crests which depict all five core values. When you visit, please look for the crests outside of homerooms. They are beautiful and remind us of our SRB Mission and Catholic identity.
When the last bell rings, please take the mission home with you! Continue living our core values and growing in understanding as a family. School materials may be packed away for summer, but the SRB Mission can stay with you and be shared wherever you go!
Congratulations to the St. Robert Bellarmine Create Jr. Robotics teams on a fantastic season. Each team continued to amaze everyone and grow all year. Four of our teams made it to the Create Jr. US Open! Team 2658A, 2658B, 2658D and 2658F represented our school well in not only competition, but in the Honor by Design values. Our sixth grade team, 2658A, consisting of Charlie Saal, Joey Thibodeau, Patrick Stolinski, and Drew Hopwood, made it to the finals with the top score of 106! This was the top score of the day! Very impressive. If anyone is interested in joining the robotics club, we will start our season back up in September. Look for information coming out in August. Go Cardinals!
Thank you to all of our parent volunteers, most especially Mrs. Amy Ellis and Mrs. Katie Watson who lead the group for the last couple of years. Without our parent volunteers, this group would not be possible.
Congratulations to Maggie McGill who took first place in the fifth grade division for the Virginia Frank Writing Contest sponsored by the Friends of the Omaha Public Library. She will enjoy a reception at the W. Dale Clark Library and our library will receive 100.00.
Special congratulations to our very own John Dickas, eighth grade student, who placed fourth out of 100 Geography Bee Competitors at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The competition includes students in grades 4 through 8 in the state of Nebraska. John earned the right to compete by winning the school geography bee and then scoring high enough on the preliminary geography bee exam. Congratulations again John!
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