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New School Year, New Me!

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Juniors Kate Rose Keighran and Bianca Lopez hug after the Welcome Back Rally.

Juniors Kate Rose Keighran and Bianca Lopez hug after the Welcome Back Rally.

Robert Rojas

Robert Rojas

Juniors Kate Rose Keighran and Bianca Lopez hug after the Welcome Back Rally.

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Although it is commonly used in the month of January, the phrase “New year, new me” describes how many NDB student feel with the 2018-2019 school year beginning. With advice, resolutions, and other thoughts in mind, many students are looking forward to the new and exciting aspects of coming back to school, whether it be a rising sophomore or a senior just a year away from college. Here is what a few Tigers had to say:

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Robert Rojas, Adviser

Mr. Robert Rojas teaches English II Honors, English III, AP English Literature, and Journalism as well as advises the school newspaper, “The Catalyst,” and co-coordinates the Junior class.

He has been an educator for sixteen years, including ten with the Los Angeles Unified School District and five with Notre Dame High School. He is also an AP Reader for CollegeBoard.

He is a product of the Catholic school system, graduating from Loyola Marymount University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English (‘00) and a Master’s degree in Secondary Education (‘04).

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2 Responses to “New School Year, New Me!”

  1. adviser on August 21st, 2018 10:08 am

    I like the pictures.

  2. Winnie Saulala on August 21st, 2018 10:10 am

    Nice article!

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