For all 7th and 8th graders
Look for updates coming soon for the 2021/22 school year. We look forward to a faith-filled and fun-filled year!
Angels on a Mission
The Angels on a Mission is a service organization made up of 5th and 6th students.
Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month and the goal is to spread the light of Christ in the school, neighborhood, and community. Several teachers come together and lead this service group.
What are some of the things that have been done?
Goody bags have been made for a school with a high poverty rate. We showed our appreciation to our priests with gifts and a banner.
More info contact Tricia Spafford at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Council is comprised of students from 5th-8th grades. Officers are picked by the student body from grades 4-8th. Homeroom reps have been chosen from their respective homerooms from the 5th-8th grades.
Student Council works closely with the administration to voice student opinions and suggestions.
So far this year, the Student Council has packed 175 Boxes of Joy with items collected from the entire student body and helped with the schoolwide MARC toy drive. We have also planned our fall pep rally that honored our fall sports teams and Toy Bowl representatives from the 8th grade.
This semester we will be conducting our change wars, where the student body brings in loose change and competes to see who can bring in the most money. The money collected will be given to a charity honoring our soldiers. As well as planning our spring pep rally honoring our spring sports.
Open to all interested 6th-8th graders at SDCS.
Phase One of tryouts usually take place in August.
Phase Two of tryouts usually take place in September.
Mrs. Herbst will inform students as soon as possible as to whether or not they have made the team. Practice schedule: Tuesday’s from 3:00 – 4:00 in Mrs. Herbst’s room. Practice will start in late September.
Please email Mrs. Herbst at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
Magnus Math Club
Join us Wednesdays at 7:00 am for fun math activities and competitions. This is not a tutoring service; rather, it is a chance for us to get together and share our ideas about math, do some hands-on activities, learn problem-solving skills, participate in some competition math, and generally, ENJOY MATH!
This year, we’ll be competing in Math Counts and other math competitions.
ALL ARE WELCOME. Your child does not have to be a mathematical “wizard” to participate. All we ask is that he or she come ready to participate enthusiastically.
BREAKFAST will be served during each meeting.
Magnus Math Club takes its name from Albertus Magnus (a.k.a. Albert the Great) a Dominican Friar who lived in the 13th century and loved math.
QUESTIONS? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
National Junior Honor Society
Students who are members of the National Junior Honor Society should demonstrate the qualities of:
Scholarship – Students must maintain a 3.5 average, and have S in all specialty classes. Students will be required to submit their report cards each quarter for review by the faculty moderators.
Leadership – Students in the NJHS are the leaders of our school and, as such, should serve as good examples for all other students.
Service – Students must be willing to actively participate in NJHS homework help sessions.
Citizenship – Members should make every effort to attend all NJHS meetings, and should submit a note of explanation to the moderators in the event of absence. Students should also participate in community service projects on an individual basis.
Character – Members should never behave in a manner that would cause their character to be questioned.
The Eagle Theatre team is directed by Mrs. Jeanette Connally, and this is their fifth season . The troupe consists of mostly middle school students who are interested in pursuing their gifts in acting and technical theatre skills.
Ticket information for upcoming performances may be found on our website: https://eagletheatre.weebly.com/
Mrs. Jeanette E. Connally, MS.Ed.
Middle School English Teacher / Eagle Theatre Director
The St. Dominic Athletic Association (Booster Club) is a parish organization created to oversee participation of parish school-aged children in the Archdiocesan Catholic Youth Organization’s (CYO) sports – Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Cheerleading, and Tennis.
Who can attend meetings?
All members of St. Dominic Parish or who have children enrolled in St. Dominic Catholic School are invited and encouraged to attend.
For more information call the parish office at 251-661-5130 or contact one of the officers listed above.