Services and Activities
Services are available to the students and their families through Outreach Concern Counseling. Students may request to see a counselor, or be referred by parents and or staff. There is no charge for students. There is a fee for family counseling. Counselors are usually available on school campus four days a week. Students should have a signed parent consent form on file.
Students are made aware of the less fortunate. During the school year, activities take place that help students to recognize social injustice – bringing food for the poor, money for the missions, clothing for the needy, etc. The school has a Marian Youth group that acts as the leadership team to plan activities that will serve those in need.
Boys and girls from grades 5-8 are encouraged to give their service to the church. They are trained to assist the priest for School and Parish Liturgies. Please see Mrs. Lou Miera for more information.
Students in grades 6-8 may participate in the yearbook club. They will take pictures and prepare the pages of the school memory book.
After School Sports
Boys and girls from grades 5-8 who meet the academic and behavior requirements may try out for after school sports. Players and parents are asked to follow specific behavior guidelines outlined by the athletic director and coach. There is a fee for each sport. The athletic director will announce the fees. These fees cover entrance charges to CYO and the operational expenses of the entire sports program.