Student Council has an incredibly exciting Catholic Schools Week planned!
Catholic Schools Week: January 30-February 3, 2017
The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2017 is: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service
To celebrate these three components of our community, Student Council has planned some special activities.
Throughout the week, prayers will be offered in thanksgiving for all of the gifts with which the St. Pius X community is blessed, with a focus on the parents and friends in the SPX community who do so much for all of us.
On Monday, we will celebrate our SPX community with a Blue/Gold day! Students should come decked out in blue and gold to demonstrate how great it is to be a Warrior.
During lunch on February 6th, we will also be hosting our local police officers and firefighters as a small thank you for their service. (Moved from January 30th due to a scheduling conflict)
On Tuesday, we appreciate one half of our community of knowledge--the students. We know we have the best students here at SPX, so we are hosting a dress down with a St. Pius shirt. During lunch, you will be signing cards that will be delivered to the Catholic schools in our community on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, we show our appreciation for the other Catholic schools in our community. Students are allowed to wear spirit wear from their grade school with their SPX uniform pants.We will be delivering gift baskets and the cards signed on Tuesday to the front offices of our Catholic grade schools.
On Thursday, accolades go to the other half of our community of knowledge--the faculty and staff who guide and encourage the students in their academic efforts. To thank them, StuCo will provide breakfast for them and the faculty and staff will have their own dress down day.
Mass on Friday allows our community to practice our faith, receive the eucharist, hear God’s word, and praise God for our many blessings.
Please Note: On dress down days, students may wear jeans or sweats, and all clothes should be school appropriate. There can be no wigs and face paint, no yoga pants, no skirts, and no shorts. If a teacher has any question about a student’s attire, that student will be sent to Ms. Smith and may be sent home to change.