Extra Curricular Activities * All activities have been suspended due to COVID
Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) - Contact: Belynda Estrada or Glenn Hernandez
CYO is the Diocesan sports program - meeting dates and times vary on the sport
GK Music - Contact: Gordon Kennedy
Students have band practice after school (day still to be determined). Students can also set up individual lessons with Mr. Kennedy.
Young Rembrandts Drawing Classes
Young Rembrandts meets after school. Lessons are Monday from 3:15 - 4:15 in 6 week sessions.
Bricks4Kidz is an after school program instructing students in STEM activities using legos as the mode of instruction. First session to begin February 16. Click here to see more about this program.
Ag Club: Members will be working with the school garden, preparing grown foods for use in the school cafeteria. Members will have the goal of providing a school Farmer’s Market (Fall 2019) and learning business and marketing skills. Adviser: Mrs. Abrew
Service Club: members will work within our parish community to provide service to parishioners needing assistance. Activities may include reading to the elderly at St. Jude’s (next store), working with St. Vincent de Paul food bank, assisting with CAPS luncheons and Senior luncheons.
Chapel Club: members will attend the Adoration Chapel together once a week to pray for the special intentions of school students and families. Students will also enjoy fellowship as they develop a closer relationship with Christ. Adviser: Mrs. Poncini
Media Club: members will work together in developing a school blog and a school weekly video announcement to be shown in classrooms to all students. Members will learn best practices of video, editing, script writing, speaking in front of the camera and developing a blog.
CJSF: Membership in CJSF is an honor conferred upon seventh and eighth grade students in recognition of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Service opportunities will include tutoring students after school. Leadership opportunities will include being an ambassador for St. Anthony’s Catholic School, meeting with new and/or prospective families and showing new students “the ropes”.
Legion of Mary: The object of the Legion of Mary is the glory of God through the holiness of its members developed by prayer and active co-operation in Mary’s and the Church’s work. The unit of the Legion of Mary is called a praesidium, which holds a weekly meeting, where prayer is intermingled with reports and discussion. Adviser: Mrs. Pimentel
Choir: Members of the school choir meet with the St. Anthony’s Parish Choir Director weekly. Choir members sing at school Masses on Wednesdays as well as the 10:45 Second Sunday Mass for the entire parish. Advisers: Mr. Garcia and Mrs. Lemos-Silva