Anna Kaye Named Triton of the Week
Anna Kaye, NDA 2019, is Triton of the Week for the week of January 2, 2019, the first Triton of the Week of this new year.
While working to obtain her full IB Diploma, Kaye is ranked fourth in her class. However, her dedication does not stop in the classroom.
Focused on volunteer efforts and caring for those around her, she comes highly recommended by Mrs. Diane Mulroney. "Anna is humble and selfless. She is always caring for the needs of the group (in class, on the IB trip to Chicago, in extracurriculars, etc.), acting in a way that will make everyone's experience the best it can be," Mulroney said. "I don't even think she's aware that she does this, it is that much a part of who she is."
Anna Kaye and Mr. Shaw
Kaye was a dedicated member of the Sting Cancer Club at NDA, but, after her sophomore year, the club dissolved. She and a classmate took it upon themselves to find a new moderator and to restart NDA's Sting Cancer Program. Now, NDA continues to help people suffering from cancer on a local level to make an impact within the community.
This effort is echoed by Mulroney, who said, "Anna is an independent thinker and a problem solver. When faced with a task or challenge, she immediately moves forward with a plan of action."
Further, Kaye is involved in yearbook, National Honor Society, and Medicine, Health, & Society Club. In addition, she started the Best Buddies Program at NDA, a global organization that creates opportunities for friendships and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
She volunteers at St. Norbert College as a best buddy, is a peer tutor in math and for anyone who needs help, and has passion for running.
Mulroney concluded, "Anna is an outstanding student, but her excellence is more than just her grades. She is open-minded and engaged in the learning process. Anna is sure of herself in the sense that she knows who she is, without guile. She is a quiet leader at NDA."
About Notre Dame Academy: Notre Dame Academy is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and is a co-ed Catholic high school founded by the Norbertine Order, Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and the Diocese of Green Bay. NDA’s distinctive history embraces the more than 120-year foundation of St. Joseph Academy, Abbot Pennings High School and Our Lady of Premontre High School. NDA offers a globally focused education with a leading IB Diploma Program. Its high-caliber educational community is focused on outstanding learning and creating a lifetime of opportunity for all students.