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.
Congratulations to Anna Voelker and Sydney Schmidt for their incredible work representing St. Robert Bellarmine School at the Omaha District History Fair. Each student that participated in the Junior Paper Division had to submit an entry on the topic of “Taking a Stand.” The paper needed to be at least 1,500 words long and contain an annotated bibliography. Anna Voelker took third place for her paper on Nelson Mandela and Sydney Schmidt took second place for her paper on Taking a Stand Against Racial Segregation. Anna and Sydney will advance to the state competition in April with a chance to represent our school in Washington D.C. Congratulations and good luck!
Congratulations are in order for our eighth grade students who have been honored with a very special recognition this year. The Rotary Honor Award recognizes students who display exemplary character, leadership, scholarship, and presence. This year’s recipients are: Daniel Kleinsmith, Caelan Reinhart, and Eva Watson. These students will be honored at a special city wide luncheon taking place in May. Congratulations to all!
On Wednesday, February 15, our eighth grade scholarship recipients were honored during an all school assembly. All of us shared in the excitement as representatives from each high school presented the honors. Congratulations to these students and their families who were presented scholarships to their prospective high schools:
Creighton Prep-John Dickas, Daniel Kleinsmith
Marian High School-Grace Ellis, Eva Watson
Duchesne Academy-Anna Thibodeau, Anna Kwong, Mary Testa, Megan Quinn
Skutt Catholic-Quinn Martin, Sydney Schmidt
The Robotics Club has made headway this semester! Congratulations to our Team A who brought home the Engineering Award this past weekend at the St. Margaret Mary Tournament! The Engineer Award is given to a team that has designed and built a robot that balances creative and innovative design, function and attention to detail. The team will have built a robot that is well constructed and has attention to safety in both design and construction. The winner of this award has an engineered a quality robot at all levels.
In addition, our middle school team attended the Benson High School tournament this past weekend and were invited to join the number two seed during the alliance selection. At a robotics competition, that is a big deal! Congrats on their hard work and efforts this season. This week we will hear if they qualify for the VRC Heartland Regional Robotics Championship! Congratulations Cardinals!
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