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Activities/Clubs

Yearbook Club
Grades 6, 7 and 8
Bio
Moderator: Maureen Sanders

Yearbook club is back and we are looking for students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade to help us create, design, and give input on this year’s Yearbook! YB Club will meets every other Tuesday from 3 pm to 4 pm.
Striders: Running Club for Girls
Grades 5, 6, 7, and 8
Bio
Moderator: Mrs. Snyder
Service Club
Grades 6, 7, and 8
Bio
Moderator: Kristina Stanley

Introducing SPX’s first Service Club! This club will participate in service activities such as making Mac n Cheese for Catholic Charities of Baltimore, making sandwiches and so much more.

There is a $10 fee to help cover supplies. Students in grades 6-8 are welcomed to join with a maximum size of 15 students. It will meet the first Thursday of every month and sometimes on the 3rd Thursday. Meetings will take place from 3-4 pm with some extended meetings. Sign up for the club will start at 7 pm on September 27th.
Math Club
Grades 6, 7 and 8
Bio
Moderator: Mrs. Hinckley

Students in math club practice for math competitions and explore topics not covered in the regular classroom instruction. Explorations take place through engaging activities designed to promote collaboration.
Academic Challenge Team
Grades 6, 7, and 8
Bio
Moderator: Kathy Sullivan

Students in grades 6, 7, and 8 represent our school to use their knowledge and battle against other schools. Questions cover such topics as math, science, history, and current events. The team will practice during lunch/recess throughout the school year.
National History Bee Club
Grades 7, and 8
Bio
Moderator: Mrs. McGinnis

National History Bee club is open to 7th and 8th graders. At weekly meetings we practice and prepare for the regional test and competition. Last year, 3 members went to finals held in Altanta.
Blanket Angels
Grades 6, 7, and 8
Bio
Moderator: Leslie Cooper

Join fellow middle schoolers after school to create warm, cuddly fleece blankets for children in our local hospitals. Students make blankets through the help of donations and fundraising while praying for those that will receive their blankets.
Book Club
Grades 2 and 3
Bio
Moderators: Ms. Feronti and Ms. Cavanagh

The St. Pius X 2nd and 3rd grade Book Club meets once per month. We begin with a prayer, eat a snack provided by parents, complete an activity, and discuss the book. The prayer, snack, activity and discussion all relate to the story in some way. Most books are part of a series so that if a student enjoys the book, they may want to read others in the series! Contact Ms. Feronti at eferonti@stpiusbowie.org or Miss Cavanagh at ccavanagh@stpiusbowie.org.
Chess Club
Grades 7 and 8
Bio
Moderator: Ms. Hampton

Chess Club is a fun way to get your brain going! Every full day Friday starting in November we play chess!
Chorus
Grades 5, 6, 7, and 8
Bio
Moderator: Ms. Farina

Chorus, Grades 5-8, Fridays after school

This is the general Chorus. We rehearse every week and put on concerts for the school and for parents twice a year, at Christmas and in the Spring. We usually have about 70 members.

This year we plan to once again accept the invitation to march in the Cherry Blossom Festival Parade in Washington DC in April. We will join approximately 600 other kids from around the country and march as one big youth chorus, stopping to sing together at two or three places along the route. It's very exciting for us all.

Honors Chorus, Wednesday mornings at 7:30

Honors Chorus is an audition group. Only 20 chorus students are in the Honors Chorus. Honors represent the St. Pius School and chorus at events when the general chorus would be too large, such as school assemblies and special events like the Catholic Schools Open House. Occasionally, Honors is invited to sing outside the school, too, and they represent SPX beautifully every time.

Honors also fill in to help the Liturgical Choir when there is a need for more voices at our all-school masses.

Liturgical Choir, Thursday mornings at 7:30

Liturgical Choir is made up primarily of 8th graders, with a few Honors Chorus members supporting when necessary. We usually have about 15 members. This group sings at the all-school masses and for any other liturgical events where needed. This is a ministry, as opposed to a performance group, and the students involved serve the school in a wonderful way, by leading their fellow students in prayer through song.
Green Team
Grades 3, 4, & 5
About
Bio
The SPX Green Team is a collaboration of students and parent volunteers who promote environmental stewardship through educational awareness and eco-friendly initiatives. A few ongoing initiatives include recycling crayons, markers, paper, and printer cartridges. For more information, please check NewsNotes.
Spanish Club
Grades 7 and 8
Bio
Moderator: Mrs. Prendergast

Spanish Club will meet once a month starting October 11th. We will meet in the library from 3:00-4:00 pm. This month Spanish Club members will be working on a Day of Dead project in anticipation of Dia de los Muertos which runs from October 31- November 2.
Spanish Class
Kindergarten
Bio
Moderator: Sra. Estrada

For the 14th straight year, Señora Estrada will be offering after-school Spanish classes for children at St. Pius X. She is excited to announce the continuation of this program open to students enrolled in kindergarten. ?
The purpose of this after-school language enrichment program is to introduce the students to Spanish in a fun way. The students learn bilingual and Spanish songs, play interactive games using the target language, hear bilingual stories, watch short Spanish or bilingual video clips, and do carefully designed worksheets to support the themes being taught.?
When does it meet? On Thursdays, after school, from 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm in the SG1 classroom.?
How do I register my child? The registration forms were sent home to all students in Kindergarten. Additional forms can be found at the front desk and on PlusPortals. Students were to register by Thursday, September 27, by sending in the registration form, along with the first semester payment, to their child’s homeroom teacher, marking the envelope “After-School Spanish.”
?Classes began on Thursday, October 4, 2018. If you have any questions about the class, you may contact Sra. Estrada by e-mail at raestrada5@msn.com.

Activities:

  • Band Program
  • Christmas Bazaar 
  • Class Plays
  • Cultural Programs & Assemblies 
  • Dances and Movie Nights
  • Family Fun Day
  • Tag Days
  • Field Day
  • Field Trips
  • Grandparents Day
  • Living Gospel 
  • Passion Play
  • School Plays
  • Service Projects
  • Summer Camp
  • Thanksgiving Feast 

Scouts:

  • Girl Scout Brownies
  • Girl Scout Juniors
  • Girl Scout Cadettes
  • Wolf Cub Scouts
  • Boy Scouts Pack 730 

CYO Youth Sports:

  • Soccer, Basketball Baseball & Softball
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