Co-Curricular Activites

We encourage our students to take an active role in their school and community.  Involvement in clubs and organizations contribute to a well-rounded school experience, one that allows our students to embrace responsibility, accept positions of leadership, and explore their enthusiastic participation in sports and clubs.

**NEW CLUB** St. Faustina Youth Society will meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month from September through May at 2:50pm until 3:45pm.  Students in grades 3 – 8 will lead the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy in the chapel promptly at 3pm. After the Chaplet, students will work on their yearly service project. Siblings and younger SAS students are welcome to attend, but must be accompanied by a parent. All are welcome to participate in the service project. If you are interested in signing up, please email Ms. Ghio at rie.ghio@stann.cdom.org.

Environmental Club is open to students in Grades 4-8. Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 3-4. Responsibilities of club members include weekly paper recycling pickup and maintenance of the Outdoor Classroom. We would welcome adult volunteers to work with us in the Outdoor Classroom. Students are expected to miss no more than 2 meetings per year. A maximum of 25 students are accepted each year.

Journalism Club is to introduce student to creative writing and public speaking. Throughout the year the students will work on the St. Ann Yearbook, website, and publicity.  The Journalism Club is open to students in the 6th-8th grades.  Journalism Club will require a large amount of hard work and dedication from the members.  Students must maintain an overall 2.5 GPA and conduct grade of G.  Each member will be required to sell a certain dollar amount of ads by November 15th.   Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 3:15 to 4:15. The Students will be allowed to wear their club T-shirt over their uniform on meeting days.

Junior High Youth Group is open to students in 7th – 8th grades.  Meetings are every Wednesday from 6:00-7:30 in the youth building. Updates to the schedule and our activities can be found at our Flocknotes page. If you have any questions or want more information, please contact Lmbattle@msn.com.

Knowledge Bowl is open to students 6th – 8th grades.  The Middle School Academics Team is composed of seventh and eighth graders. Every student in seventh and eighth grade is given a screening test. This test is composed of questions from each of the various academic areas. After they take this preliminary test those who qualify are invited to try out.  Team members compete in three or four competitions through the year.  Practice is held  two days a week after school on Monday and Thursday. We will begin the testing process by the middle of September, and begin practicing as early as the first week in October.

Safety Patrol is open to students in the 7th and 8th grades.  They play an important role in helping our students get safely into their cars at afternoon dismissal.  They also assist with the efficiency of the carline process.   Pease be sure to be courteous and follow the instructions of our young volunteers.

Student Council engages students in a variety of community service, school leadership and school spirit projects.  Academic success is an important part of student council. Depending on the office, members must maintain at least either a ‘B’ or ‘C’ average. Conduct and effort grades should also be maintained.