Middle School academic team that participates in question-and-answer competition against other school teams in a playoff series of district, regional, area and state tournaments. Knowledge tested includes math, science, social studies, literature, humanities, history and pop culture.
Grades Eligible: 5th-8th grades
Sign-ups in September determine how teams form (one per grade or mixed grad teams). Practice on Tuesday afternoons until tournaments end (usually March).
Contact: Mrs. Boyer, email@example.com
A service learning opportunity that allows students to assist with library duties, help implement themes for the younger students, and prepare for and/or work special events.
Grades Eligible: 4th & 5th grades, limited to 18 students
Sign-ups in September. Meetings every other Thursday, October through April.
Contact: Ms. Therese Iten, Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students work as a team to build a robot, run simulations and create a presentation on the Lego League division challenge presented each season.
2nd place for TRASH TREK performance in 2015-16
Grades Eligible: 5th-8th grade boys and girls
Sign up begins in August with weekly meetings from September until the competition in mid-November.
Contact: Nancy Carlile, email@example.com
A national club that encourages students to use different math techniques to solve math problems. The problems written are made to be difficult for 7th and 8th grade students.
Catholic Schools Competition
Grades Eligible: 5th-8th grade (5th can only compete in the Catholic Schools competition).
Meet on Monday’s after school starting after Labor Day through the end of February.
Contact: Mrs. Cathie Kinnaman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cub Scouts learn about respect, nature, God and country. We go camping and hiking, make pinewood derby cars, build regatta boats and have a lot of fun while doing it.
Awards: Each rank has many different awards that the boys can earn. The top Cub Scout award is the Arrow of Light.
Grades Eligible: 1st-5th grade boys
Sign up at any time during the year. We meet 2 to 3 times a month, typically on Monday evenings. Cub Scouts is a year round program, however, most activities are during the school year.
Contact: Scott Johnson, Cubmaster, 918-605-9811, email@example.com
Girl Scouts is a leadership and community service organization for girls in grades K-12 to develop new skills, talents, and friendships through troop activities, camps and community service. The girls learn about leadership, build confidence and character, and take action in their community.
Grades Eligible: K-8th grade girls
2017-18 Parent Information Meeting: Sunday, August 27th at 2:30pm in the Activity Center.
Troops meet during the school year, but can extend to meet year round. Our St. Pius X troops are typically one per grade. The meeting day, time, and location are determined by the adult leaders.
Contact: Monique Francois, firstname.lastname@example.org
The students of St. Pius X Middle School must complete service hours as a part of their religion requirement. On the St. Pius X School website a form can be found which must be submitted for each service activity that the child has completed. Go to the top line and click parents, scroll down to parent resources and click, scroll down to MS service-hour-form and print the form. For each activity, the student completes a form must be filled out and can be turned in anytime between now and May 1st. Please read further information about this on the MS syllabus found on the SPX website by clicking on the staff directory and selecting Cecilia Fincher. Forms do not have to be turned in for service club activities, as I record that information during the meeting.
Service Club meetings will be held on Tuesdays throughout the year from 3:00-4:15. The specific Tuesdays will be announced each month since we do projects as they come up and need to be done. There will be two Tuesdays a month for activities, students must select to be in group 1 or group 2.
September meetings are:
Sept. 12th – group1
Sept. 26th – group 2