Student Council


The Student Council is a student run organization that fosters cooperation among all students. Its purpose is to promote community service both in and around the school. Students are encouraged to take a leadership role in the school. The members of the Student Council represent all St. Louis students. Each homeroom in grades 5-8 elects two homeroom representatives. Student Council officers are elected from members of the 7th and 8th grade class.
 

Student Council


The Student Council is a student run organization that fosters cooperation among all students. Its purpose is to promote community service both in and around the school. Students are encouraged to take a leadership role in the school. The members of the Student Council represent all St. Louis students. Each homeroom in grades 5-8 elects two homeroom representatives. Student Council officers are elected from members of the 7th and 8th grade class.

Student Council


The Student Council is a student run organization that fosters cooperation among all students. Its purpose is to promote community service both in and around the school. Students are encouraged to take a leadership role in the school. The members of the Student Council represent all St. Louis students. Each homeroom in grades 5-8 elects two homeroom representatives. Student Council officers are elected from members of the 7th and 8th grade class.

 

National Junior Beta Club


This honor is bestowed upon students in grades 6-8 who meet the following eligibility requirements: 3.75 GPA with a conduct grade average of a G or better; high recommendations from all classroom teachers; and demonstrated leadership ability. The National Junior Beta Club promotes character and social responsibility, encourages involvement to school and community, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for children to develop interpersonal relationship skills.

Service Hours Form

National Junior Beta Club


This honor is bestowed upon students in grades 6-8 who meet the following eligibility requirements: 3.75 GPA with a conduct grade average of a G or better; high recommendations from all classroom teachers; and demonstrated leadership ability. The National Junior Beta Club promotes character and social responsibility, encourages involvement to school and community, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for children to develop interpersonal relationship skills.

Service Hours Form

National Junior Beta Club


This honor is bestowed upon students in grades 6-8 who meet the following eligibility requirements: 3.75 GPA with a conduct grade average of a G or better; high recommendations from all classroom teachers; and demonstrated leadership ability. The National Junior Beta Club promotes character and social responsibility, encourages involvement to school and community, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for children to develop interpersonal relationship skills.

Service Hours Form

Choir


Who can join?

Boys and girls in grades 4 through 8


When is choir practice?

Each Thursday from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Music Room. Mr. Mullins will meet students in his classroom each Thursday. Parents may pick up their students from the breezeway at 4:00p.m.


When will we sing?

The choir will sing at monthly Children's Masses (10:30 on selected Sundays during the school year), at several School Masses, & at a few other church/ school ceremonies during the school year (For example, the annual Angel of Hope ceremony in December.)

What will we sing?

A variety of music including contemporary church songs, Latin church music, traditional hymns and popular Christmas songs.


What do we wear?

School uniforms or church clothes. (No jeans or tennis shoes.)


How do I join?

Complete a permission slip & return it to Mr. Mullins.


Do I have to audition?

No, an audition is not necessary. Just come with a willingness to learn & have fun!

Who directs the choir?

Mr. Ray Mullins, the St. Louis School music teacher.


Questions?

Please contact Mr. Ray Mullins by email.



Choir


Who can join?

Boys and girls in grades 4 through 8


When is choir practice?

Each Thursday from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Music Room. Mr. Mullins will meet students in his classroom each Thursday. Parents may pick up their students from the breezeway at 4:00p.m.


When will we sing?

The choir will sing at monthly Children's Masses (10:30 on selected Sundays during the school year), at several School Masses, & at a few other church/ school ceremonies during the school year (For example, the annual Angel of Hope ceremony in December.)

What will we sing?

A variety of music including contemporary church songs, Latin church music, traditional hymns and popular Christmas songs.


What do we wear?

School uniforms or church clothes. (No jeans or tennis shoes.)


How do I join?

Complete a permission slip & return it to Mr. Mullins.


Do I have to audition?

No, an audition is not necessary. Just come with a willingness to learn & have fun!

Who directs the choir?

Mr. Ray Mullins, the St. Louis School music teacher.


Questions?

Please contact Mr. Ray Mullins by email.



Robotics


STEM education is a prevalent component of education in today’s technologically advancing society.

The afterschool robotics program encourages students in grades 4-8 to participate in research, programming, and problem solving with Lego MindStorm Robots. St. Louis is proud of our teams which have participated in the First Lego League West Tennessee Championship.

Robotics


STEM education is a prevalent component of education in today’s technologically advancing society.

The afterschool robotics program encourages students in grades 4-8 to participate in research, programming, and problem solving with Lego MindStorm Robots. St. Louis is proud of our teams which have participated in the First Lego League West Tennessee Championship.

Math Masters


The St. Louis Math Club participates in the West Tennessee MATHCOUNTS competition as well as the diocesan math competition. This team of seventh and eighth graders along with our fifth and sixth grade diocesan math competition team practice after school primarily during the winter months. Mrs. Mosteller, the teacher who sponsors this club, brings in many guest speakers for club members to hear throughout the year.

 

Math Masters


The St. Louis Math Club participates in the West Tennessee MATHCOUNTS competition as well as the diocesan math competition. This team of seventh and eighth graders along with our fifth and sixth grade diocesan math competition team practice after school primarily during the winter months. Mrs. Mosteller, the teacher who sponsors this club, brings in many guest speakers for club members to hear throughout the year.

Math Masters


The St. Louis Math Club participates in the West Tennessee MATHCOUNTS competition as well as the diocesan math competition. This team of seventh and eighth graders along with our fifth and sixth grade diocesan math competition team practice after school primarily during the winter months. Mrs. Mosteller, the teacher who sponsors this club, brings in many guest speakers for club members to hear throughout the year.


 

Knowledge Bowl


The Knowledge Bowl is a team of 7th and 8th grade students who compete against other Knowledge Bowl teams in the Memphis area. Students are selected based on academic performance and teacher recommendations. Participants must be available to attend weekly practices scheduled by the sponsors, Vickie Shaw, Megan Scherson and Elizabeth Brame. The practice schedule is based on the competition schedule, which varies each year.


Knowledge Bowl


The Knowledge Bowl is a team of 7th and 8th grade students who compete against other Knowledge Bowl teams in the Memphis area. Students are selected based on academic performance and teacher recommendations. Participants must be available to attend weekly practices scheduled by the sponsors, Vickie Shaw, Megan Scherson and Elizabeth Brame. The practice schedule is based on the competition schedule, which varies each year.



Knowledge Bowl


The Knowledge Bowl is a team of 7th and 8th grade students who compete against other Knowledge Bowl teams in the Memphis area. Students are selected based on academic performance and teacher recommendations. Participants must be available to attend weekly practices scheduled by the sponsors, Vickie Shaw, Megan Scherson and Elizabeth Brame. The practice schedule is based on the competition schedule, which varies each year.


Junior High
Youth Ministry


St. Louis Church offers youth ministry opportunities for seventh through twelfth graders.  Our junior high youth ministry is for seventh and eighth grades and our senior high youth ministry is for ninth through twelfth grades.

Junior high youth ministry begins in September (after Labor Day) and continues through May.  Youth meet every other Sunday from 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM in the Orians Youth Center (Gym #1).

These meetings provide opportunities for prayer, reflection, teaching and fun.

Meetings are run by the parish youth director, associate pastor and volunteer adults.  Additional opportunities for junior youth include an annual lock-in in the fall and a lock-out/scavenger hunt in the spring.  These youth also have the opportunity to attend a summer mission trip to Catholic HEART Workcamp.  Past junior high mission trip locations have included Mobile, AL, Pittsburgh, PA, Lexington, KY, Bluffton, SC and Davison, MI.


Who Can Join

Junior high youth group is open to all seventh and eighth graders.  For more information, please visit the website.


Go to stlouisyouth.org

Junior High
Youth Ministry


St. Louis Church offers youth ministry opportunities for seventh through twelfth graders.  Our junior high youth ministry is for seventh and eighth grades and our senior high youth ministry is for ninth through twelfth grades.

Junior high youth ministry begins in September (after Labor Day) and continues through May.  Youth meet every other Sunday from 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM in the Orians Youth Center (Gym #1).

These meetings provide opportunities for prayer, reflection, teaching and fun.

Meetings are run by the parish youth director, associate pastor and volunteer adults.  Additional opportunities for junior youth include an annual lock-in in the fall and a lock-out/scavenger hunt in the spring.  These youth also have the opportunity to attend a summer mission trip to Catholic HEART Workcamp.  Past junior high mission trip locations have included Mobile, AL, Pittsburgh, PA, Lexington, KY, Bluffton, SC and Davison, MI.


Who Can Join

Junior high youth group is open to all seventh and eighth graders.  For more information, please visit the website.


Go to stlouisyouth.org

Drama


The St. Louis Drama Club is an extracurricular activity offered to students in grades 1-3 during the first semester of school and to students in grades 4-8 during the second semester. Students can sign up to participate at Back to School Sunday in August. Tryouts for the spring play will be announced in the Wednesday Wire. Many parent volunteers are needed for play practice, assistance with costumes, sets and crowd control.

Please contact Mr. Ray Mullins for more information.



2018 Drama Club Schedule
 
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Drama


The St. Louis Drama Club is an extracurricular activity offered to students in grades 1-3 during the first semester of school and to students in grades 4-8 during the second semester. Students can sign up to participate at Back to School Sunday in August. Tryouts for the spring play will be announced in the Wednesday Wire. Many parent volunteers are needed for play practice, assistance with costumes, sets and crowd control.

Please contact Mr. Ray Mullins for more information.




2018 Drama Club Schedule

Drama


The St. Louis Drama Club is an extracurricular activity offered to students in grades 1-3 during the first semester of school and to students in grades 4-8 during the second semester. Students can sign up to participate at Back to School Sunday in August. Tryouts for the spring play will be announced in the Wednesday Wire. Many parent volunteers are needed for play practice, assistance with costumes, sets and crowd control.

Please contact Mr. Ray Mullins for more information.




2018 Drama Club Schedule
 
 

Orchestra


The St. Louis Orchestra is comprised of students in grades 3 - 8 interested in learning to play stringed instruments under the direction of Marisa Poleski.  These young musicians play at select school Masses and at our Christmas and Spring concerts. Practices are held after school in the church choir room (located in the Clunan Center.) If your child is interested in participating, please contact Ms. Poleski.



Orchestra


The St. Louis Orchestra is comprised of students in grades 3 - 8 interested in learning to play stringed instruments under the direction of Marisa Poleski.  These young musicians play at select school Masses and at our Christmas and Spring concerts. Practices are held after school in the church choir room (located in the Clunan Center.) If your child is interested in participating, please contact Ms. Poleski.




Orchestra


The St. Louis Orchestra is comprised of students in grades 3 - 8 interested in learning to play stringed instruments under the direction of Marisa Poleski.  These young musicians play at select school Masses and at our Christmas and Spring concerts. Practices are held after school in the church choir room (located in the Clunan Center.) If your child is interested in participating, please contact Ms. Poleski.



 

Scouts/American Heritage


St. Louis Church and School offer an extensive scouting program for both boys and girls beginning in kindergarten. In fact, our Boy Scout Troop was recognized as the outstanding Catholic Troop of U.S. Region V. Please contact Mike Price (301-2675) for more information regarding Boy Scouts. The American Heritage Girls also host strong programs for the girls. American Heritage Girls is a faith based scouting program for girls kindergarten through twelfth grade. The primary goal is to build women of faith by serving God through our family, our country and our community.  Please contact Heather Houston (488-7765) or Jane Wilson (762-8258) for more information.


 
 

Mike Price


(901)301-2675

Jane Wilson


 

Scouts/American Heritage


St. Louis Church and School offer an extensive scouting program for both boys and girls beginning in kindergarten. In fact, our Boy Scout Troop was recognized as the outstanding Catholic Troop of U.S. Region V. Please contact Pat Kelly 386-2844 for more information regarding Boy Scouts. The American Heritage Girls also host strong programs for the girls. American Heritage Girls is a faith based scouting program for girls kindergarten through twelfth grade. The primary goal is to build women of faith by serving God through our family, our country and our community.  Please contact Heather Houston (488-7765) or Jane Wilson (762-8258) for more information.


Heather Houston
Jane Wilson