Notre Dame School of Milwaukee’s
Auxiliary Board Presents:
A Halloween Themed Trivia Night!
Come join us for a night of costumes, trivia, and fun benefitting Notre Dame School of Milwaukee’s Graduate Support Program!
The Graduate Support Program at NDSM is a driving force behind the success of our school and our alumni, 99% of whom graduate from high school and almost as many go on to college. With the help of GSP, our students and their families learn to navigate the complexities of high school admission and financial aid packages. During high school, NDSM remains highly engaged, performing monthly touchpoints, offering tutoring, providing test preparation, and pairing graduates with mentors to improve college readiness and fit.
– Costumes encouraged, treats will be handed out for those donning Halloween attire!
– $25 per person, food and beverage included with ticket
– Teams of 6
– 6 rounds, 5 questions per round
– Cash 50/50 Raffle
– Trick or Treat Prize Wheel
– Plenty of street parking around school
– COVID protocol: In line with NDSM campus policy, all participants will be masked when inside the MCC, except when eating and drinking
Trivia Night Host
2021’s Trivia Night host is none other than Milwaukee’s own Adam Carr! If you don’t know him, please allow us to get you pysched to meet him! Adam was co-chair of the coordinating committee for a citywide project commemorating the 50th anniversary of Milwaukee’s Open Housing Marches in 2017 and 2018. The year before that, his children’s book “Explore MKE: Your Neighborhood, Our City” was published, a collaboration with 3rd grade classrooms throughout Milwaukee and SHARP Literacy. Adam has sat on several area boards and is the Deputy Editor for Community Engagement at Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. He was also a producer at Radio Milwaukee from 2008 to 2011.
Need to know more? Click here to check out Milwaukee Magazine’s profile story on Adam from June 2021! By the end of the night, a Trivia team will be crowned champions, tricks and treats will have been had, and the Graduate Support Program will be able continue its robust support of NDSM students and grads!