From These Thy Gifts: A Collection of Simple Meal Prayers by Mark G. Boyer.
Saint Pius X Catholic School welcomed the largest crowd to date, since the inaugural March to the Arts event over seven years ago. Beautiful and unique artwork coupled with magical performances by the school bands made for a remarkable evening of culture and celebration! Thank you to all who joined us in support of the arts at Saint Pius.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SAINT PIUS BAND PROGRAM-Both bands that competed in the Indiana State School Musical Association (ISSMA) competition earned Gold ratings for their performances!
COOKIE GRATITUDE! There were literally thousands of cookies for all to enjoy at March to the Arts! School parents and "cookie coordinators" Mrs. Slabaugh and Mrs. Ksiezopolski would like to personally thank everyone who donated cookies for the event. With the larger crowds, the cookies were welcomed and completely consumed!
The response by our Saint Pius community was simply remarkable to both the clothing drive for Christ Child Society and the toiletry drive for Saint Vincent de Paul Society. Collecting over 4,000 items of clothing and over 1,800 toiletry products, the goals for each collection were far surpassed and students grew in their appreciation of the need to help others.
Middle school math teacher Allison Krisch was invited to the WNDU studios on 3/14/15 in honor of Nationa Pi Day. Click HERE to access the video!
Current school families and siblings - Enrollment opens Tuesday, January 6
Parish families not currently enrolled - Enrollment opens Tuesday, January 20
School Open House - Sunday, January 25, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Enrollment opens to the general public
Click HERE to access forms.
Keeping up with children and technology can seem a losing battle, but together we can help one another stay on top of the latest in technology and continue to be the primary role model for our children. Recently, Saint Pius families took advantage of an important presentation by Officer Eric Tamashasky of the Saint Joseph County Police Department on the dangers of social media and how to keep children safe. Click HERE for details.