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Service Day

On Saturday, April 28th, Notre Dame Academy will be hosting its 8th annual Service Day, a day when we gather for prayer - and then head out into the community to offer our hearts and hands to those who may need assistance. This year, while our students are out in the community, our 7th grade students will be on campus hosting our first even bottle & can drive for our Sisters in Congo, as well as an electronics drive for people who need to get rid of old appliances (please see the list below). We welcome you to join us on this day of service!

Electronics Drive

It’s time to recycle all those old electronics! Clean out your basement or garage and bring your items to the school parking lot! All are welcome to this great opportunity. The following is a list of recyclable items, including, but not limited to

$10.00 each: TVs, monitors, computer towers, laptops, VCR, copiers, DVD, stereo equipment, microwaves, dehumidifiers, radios, small electronics of any kind, lighting, vacuums, any appliances such as stoves, washers, dryers, etc. Exercise equipment, lawn mowers, snow blowers, small engine items, empty propane tanks .

TVs up to 18" $15 each; TVs 19" to 24" $20 each; TVs 25" to 31" $25 each; TVs 32” to 35” $30 each; TVs 36” and larger, wood console, and projection TVs $35 each.

CRT monitors- $15; flat panel monitors-$10, AC units and dehumidifiers- $15; Microwaves- $10; Small dorm refrigerators- $1; Washers, dryers, stoves- $20; Large refrigerators-$25; Lawn mowers, ride on included, snow blowers, $10; Grills $10; Any kind of exercise equipment, $10.

Keyboards, car batteries, cell phones, circuit boards, no cost

Bicycle Recycle Please bring any and all unwanted or under used bikes to the parking lot. We will be accepting any model of bike: mountain, road, BMX, etc., in any condition. Our aim is to keep bikes from being thrown out when they can be reused.

Bottle & Can Drive


Please bring all redeemable ($.05) bottles & cans to the parking lot at Notre Dame Academy! All proceeds will be donated to our Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and their students in Congo. We ask that cans are in relatively good shape, not crushed or in pieces, and that there is a MA redemption marking on the bottle or can.

Thank you in advance for your generosity!