Shepherds, in conjunction with Kolbe Cathedral High School, held its annual brunch at Brooklawn Country Club in Fairfield on Saturday, May 12. The event brings together current Shepherds students enrolled at the school, their mentors, family and staff from both organizations.
Notre Dame Alumnus, LA entertainment lawyer, pastor, author and community builder, Marc. T. Little, returned to campus to visit with other alumni, learn about the school’s Shepherd program and share his experiences.
Shepherds students started their college admission process by visiting several area colleges and universities including the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London.
Fairfield County’s Giving Day is Thursday, March 1st. Shepherds has been changing students’ lives here in Fairfield County for 20 years. Visit FCGives.org to donate today.
Mentors, students and family members along with NDWH staff, gathered on January 24th in the Maureen and George J. Collins ’58 Auditorium at Notre Dame High School to celebrate the role of Shepherds mentors in students’ lives.
January is National Mentoring Month. Bridgeport-based Shepherds is looking for 20 new mentors for high school students this fall.
Shepherds Seniors Chris Elias (L) and Isaiah Kane (R) played an important role in Thanksgiving Day victory over Hamden. From The New Haven Register: http://www.nhregister.com/sports/article/Football-Elias-leads-Notre-Dame-to-win-over-12380217.php
Kolbe Cathedral Shepherds Senior, Trinity Bravo, receives scholarship to play Division 1 basketball at Bryant University in Rhode Island.
Congratulations to the inspiring Mr. Gregory B. Dillon ’74 who will be inducted tonight as one of seven of 2017’s Knights of Honor at Notre Dame High School. In addition to mentoring 8 young men through Shepherds at his beloved alma mater, Greg is a former law enforcement and business professional. You may read his complete Bio courtesy of NDWH by clicking on his picture.