We offer students the tools to choose their future
St. Pius X is a community of families
St Pius X provides an education grounded in the Catholic faith
Our teachers love our supportive enviroment
Children learn to form friendships that can last a lifetime
Our mission is the education of the children who are our future
Students learn to explore new ideas and effectivly communicate them
St. Pius X is dedicated to providing students the academic tools they will need to choose any future they want. These tools are a combination of knowledge, problem solving skills and effective study habits that will serve students throughout their lives.
Faith in Life
Faith is the foundation of a life that serves God and our neighbors. St Pius X provides our students with a strong foundation in the Catholic faith.
St. Pius X School is a community of families that work together to nurture our children and support academic excellence.
Teaching as a Vocation
Education is a vocation and passion that brings excellent teachers here to teach where they can work personally with each student.
Family Folder Updates
We would like to serve refreshments to our families and guests after the student's concert. Thank you for your interest in assisting in this way.
Ways you can help: Buying refreshments, setting up food and drinks, serving refreshments and drinks and cleaning up. Your expenses will be covered by the office, please contact Mrs. Brown.
Thank you!Read More
Each family is required to generate $200 of profit for the school through the Scrip program. Scrip purchased after May 31 will be applied to next year's commitment.
On the Scrip report that has been sent home in the family folder, the number listed under 'Contribution' is the amount that shows how much you have accumulated in profit.
If you have already reached your obligation of $200 profit, congratulations! But don't stop getting your gift cards. We still need to reach our $18,000 yearly goal. As of today, we have $15,330.
If you still have not met your $200 obligation, don't worry. You have until May 31st. After that, you will be charged the amount that you have not met.
Thank you for supporting our school!!!Read More
This year many students in grades 5-8 entered the Catholic Daughters National Education Contest. The awards ceremony and ice cream social took place last Wednesday, May 15. The students that placed in the State Competition will compete in the National CDA Education Contest this summer. The Catholic Daughters Contest Winners from st. Pius X were:
Art: Division II - Ricardo R. (gr. 7), 1st place in District and 2nd place winner in State
Essay: Division I - 1st place: Eloisa F. (gr. 5) and 1st place winner in State; 2nd place: Christopher O (gr. 5); 3rd place: Angie O. (gr. 5)
Poetry: Division I - 1st place: Angie O. (gr. 5) and 2nd place winner in State. Division II - 1st place: Madison S. (gr. 5) and 1st place in district and 1st place in State; 2nd place: Ramy I. (gr. 6)Read More
A summer camp is being offered at St. Pius X School for students presently enrolled in grades preK-7. Mrs. Raney and Miss Apostol will be teaching summer camp.
Camp begins July 1 and ends August 9 and will run for six weeks in the summer.
The hours are 8:00am-5:00pm.
Activities will include: indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts, fun and fitness, projects, cooking, field trips to the library and nearby parks and time to read and relax.
The cost is $175 per student per week wil a reduced rate for siblings.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Raney, 2067789861.Read More
Get Your Act Together!
June 4th, 2013
Dates to know:
Thursday, May 23, 3:15-5:00pm, Try-outs
Wednesday, May 29, 3:15-5:00pm, Practice/Run-through
Monday, June 3, 3:15-5:00pm, Rehearsal
Tuesday, June 4, 6:30pm, Talent Show
Now is the perfect time to be thinking about what you will want to do for the talent show. You have plenty of time to get your act together. Perform alone or with a group. Remember that talents come in many forms, so feel confident in yourself and go for it!
Here are some ideas: Dancing, Singing, Playing an Instrument, Magic, A Short Drama Skit, Comedy, Jump Roping, Reciting an Original Poem (slam poets), Juggling, Yo-Yo tricks, Martial Arts Display, and other ideas.
1)Be no more that a couple of minutes (2-4 each).
2)Showcase a talent/skill.
3)Be tasteful, appropriate for all ages, and respectful. (This is going to be a classy show)
4)Be performed by St. Pius X Students. (Although awesome family acts may be considered)
5)Have only minimal amount of set up.
*Try outs will be required but more information on that later. This notice is to get you thinking while on Spring Break!*
Why do a talent show? Talent shows give students the opportunity to be creative, build confidence and self-esteem, as well as to develop the increasingly important skill of growing comfortable in from of crowds.
Organizers: Robin S. and Tami F.Read More
It is that time of year to reflect about our school. There are two surveys we would like for you to complete. The first is to reflect on Parent Club this year. It is enclosed in your family folder. The second survey ia a parent survey about our school online at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/stpiusxparents
The final date for this survey to be completed is Wednesday, May 29. The results will be collected and reviewed by the Pastor, principal, faculty, and school commission members. Surveys allow us to validate many areas of strength and look at areas of concern that may need improvement. These surveys will only take a few minutes but will provide useful information for the future. Thank you for your suuport.Read More
Raffle Tickets will be sent home in the Family folder on April 30. A sign up sheet will be available for volunteers to sell raffle tickets after the Masses beginning in May. Each student is required to sell two books of raffle tickets per child. The tickets are a $1.00 per ticket with 1st place prize of $1,000, 2nd place prize of $500 and 3rd place price of $250.
The drawing will be held during the Annual Mexican Dinner after the Tournament at the Links, Saturday June 1st at 7:00pm
Prizes will be awarded to children who sell the most tickets AND our 2nd annual 'Outrageous, Super, Duper Ice Cream Party' will be served to the top selling class and the top 3 selling children. Any student that sells 3 books of 20 tickets will get a Free Dress Pass.
Preschool Parents/Students: are encouraged to participate in this great fundraiser, but you are not obligated. We have included one book of Raffle Tickets and you are included in the prize awards for the top sellers.
Sell raffle tickets after Mass. This is an easy way to sell more tickets. Spaces are limited so please sign up in advance.
We will be coordinating with local grocery stores for selling opportunities too. A sign-up sheet will be in the office.
Let's make this the best Raffle Year yet and get out and sell, sell, sell!Read More
Golf Tournament is Saturday, June 1, 2013. Please see the 'Events' section for more information.Read More