Lincoln Pius X Catholic High School

Announcements

Girls soccer meeting, Feb. 13

There will be a mandatory girls soccer meeting on Monday, Feb. 13, after school, for all girls planning on going out for soccer. Please meet in Room 2223.

Volunteers needed for concessions

Volunteers are needed to manage concessions for home soccer games this spring. Parents are asked to volunteer, and students are welcome to signup in any volunteer slot for service hours. Sign up here – https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0e4da9ac229-spring4#/.

U.S. Marine Corps Visit 2/23/23 P6

Staff Sergeant Ylvisaker will be providing information to students who would like to learn more about the NROTC scholarship, the band, career options, life in the military, or anything else they may be interested in. Sign up and pick up a pass in the Counseling Center to attend.

UNL Visit 3/2/23

The Recruitment Coordinator for the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be visiting Pius X High School on March 2nd during 6th period. She will be talking about the engineering, computing, and construction majors offered at UNL. Sign up to attend on Naviance, and pick up a pass in the Counseling Center.

Summer workout information

Subject to change Starts May 30 For all student-athletes at Pius X BOYS: Grades 10-12 M-T-Th-F, 7-8:15am; Grade 9 M-T-Th-F, 8:15-9:30am; Wednesdays are used as make-up days. GIRLS: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, 9:30am-11am, Meet at Tennis Courts Grades: 9-12Contact: Ryan Kearney (boys) and Ryan Psota (girls) Summer Running Club Starts July 5 Monday – Cathedral Grade School-7:30 amTuesday – Holmes Lake-7:30 amWednesday – Pius X High School-8:00 amThursday – Lincoln Children’s Zoo-7:30 amFriday – MoPac East Trail-84th St. (close to the State Farm entrance) 7:30 am Grades: 7-12Contact: Bill Rice

Nebraska Air National Guard Visit 3/22 P6

Any Junior or Senior interested in the Nebraska Air National Guard is welcome to attend a PowerPoint presentation about the Nebraska Air National Guard. Sign up in the Counseling Center.

Athletic Training Program

Nebraska Wesleyan University is offering an opportunity for high school students who may be interested in a career in athletic training to come to and shadow our Certified Athletic Trainers and our Athletic Training Students. This is a great opportunity for high school students to gain great insight into what athletic trainers do on a daily basis and to examine if this career would be one that interests them to pursue in the future. Please have the student email Samantha Wilson, Swilson2@nebrwesleyan.edu or Jason Ensrud, jensrud@nebrwesleyan.edu if they are interested in shadowing.

Driver Education-SCC

Southeast Community College is offering driver education classes at their campus and some of the LPS high schools. Visit southeast.edu/cedrivereducationsafety for more information.

Pius X Machine Contest scheduled for March 22

On Wednesday, March 22, students in AP Physics (PACE) and Accelerated Physics will be participating in the 29th annual Pius X Machine Contest. Teams of students are building machines with at least 20 different steps that will TURN A PAGE OF A BOOK. The contest is a fun way for students to express their creativity as they attempt to solve a problem. The teams will be judged on their ingenuity and on whether their machine successfully completes the task. Everyone is invited to this year’s contest, which will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the new gym.

Junior interviews signups start Jan. 4

Junior Interviews are held annually with school counselors, junior students and their parents to discuss the plans for senior year and beyond. This year, Junior Interviews will be held Jan. 9-24. Parents arriving for their schedule interview may enter enter through door #4 during school hours. After 4pm, enter through door #6—closest to west parking lot. You may begin scheduling Junior/Parent/Counselor Interviews on Wednesday, Jan. 4 at 6 pm at https://pickatime.com/client?ven=11600257. Parents/students who have previously registered with Pickatime for conferences, may login for Junior Interviews with the same email address and password. This is NOT your PowerSchool password! It is a password you previously chose specifically for Pickatime. Select the Pickatime hyperlink above to be directed to the Pickatime website, sign in and choose a Junior Interview slot. See Scheduling directions below. Parents/students who have NOT used Pickatime to schedule conferences will need to register before scheduling a junior interview.

Give (or get) the Gift of Travel this Christmas!

Christmas Special for Family Travel! Enroll in our 2024 WW II History Tour of Europe by 12-31-22 and receive a $200 Discount! www.eftours.com/2563493sh Enroll in our 2025 Tour of the UK and Ireland by 12-31-22 and receive a $300 Discount! www.eftours.com/2596661fe Give the gift which will last a lifetime this Christmas….an educational trip to Europe! Contact shiela.sievert@piusx.net for more details or questions. Merry Christmas!

Pius X Winter Concessions

The Booster Club coordinates concession stand sales each season! The group relies on volunteers to help at each home basketball and wrestling contests for the fall.  This year, there are select games that students can earn service hours for helping in the concession stand. Adult volunteers can sign up for any general slot, but students may only sign up for slots dedicated for service hours. Parents and your students are welcome to signup together. Volunteer for Concessions Stand There will always be a board member present to get things opened and started up as well as close up and help and answer questions.  It’s a great way to meet new people and interact with Pius fans and students.  Each student at Pius X directly benefits from things sponsored by the Booster Club which is why families are asked to help with concessions a minimum of one slot and preferably several

Junior and Senior Weekly Emails

The Counseling Center sends regular emails to junior and senior students and parents. Each email contains information such as: college rep visits, dual credit offerings, scholarships, financial aid, job opportunities, etc. Please be diligent about checking these Friday emails as there are opportunities and deadlines specific to our junior and senior students.

Scholarship available for students taking college courses while enrolled at Pius X

This scholarship is for financially needy students who desire to take college courses during high school. The UNL Nebraska Now Program, Nebraska Wesleyan Honors Academy, Southeast Community College classes (on campus, DC Advantage and The Career Academy), and regular on-campus UNL classes may be paid for through the ACE Scholarship if a student qualifies (financial need) and applies. The application for the ACE Scholarship is at: https://ccpe.nebraska.gov/ACE and click on Financial Aid. Students should visit their counselor for more information on any of these opportunities: – The Career Academy – https://piusx.net/tca – DC Advantage (Online) – NWU Honors Academy – Nebraska Now (Online)

NCAA/NAIA Eligibility

All students who want to participate in athletics after high school in any Division I, II, or NAIA college MUST register at the NCAA or NAIA Eligibility Center. Complete these online forms during the second semester of the junior year. For information, visit www.eligibilitycenter.org or www.playnaia.org. Use code 9999 for the NCAA and code 9876 for the NAIA to have your ACT scores sent to these organizations. Please be aware that the following courses are not accepted as core courses by the NCAA: College and Career Writing, Competitive Public Speaking, Algebra I Fundamentals, Geometry Fundamentals, Algebra II Fundamentals, Family Issues, Human Relations.

For student-athletes in 2022-23

Physicals for student-athletes (must be completed on or after May 1, 2022 in order to be valid for the 2022-23 school year. All athletes involved in high incident sports must complete SWAY neurocognitive testing prior to the start of the season (Football, Volleyball, Softball, Basketball, Wrestling, Soccer and Baseball). Testing is for all 9th and 11th graders, or athletes new to Pius. Coaches will communicate dates and times for testing of their respective teams. Contact Drew Erks, Athletic Trainer for more information drew.erks@piusx.net.

Eligibility information for hopeful NCAA/NAIA student-athletes

All students who want to participate in athletics after high school in any Division I, II, or NAIA college MUST register at the NCAA or NAIA Eligibility Center. Complete these online forms during the second semester of the junior year. For information, visit www.eligibilitycenter.org or www.playnaia.org. Use code 9999 for the NCAA and code 9876 for the NAIA to have your ACT scores sent to these organizations. Please be aware that the following courses are not accepted as core courses by the NCAA: College and Career Writing, Competitive Public Speaking, Algebra I Fundamentals, Geometry Fundamentals, Algebra II Fundamentals, Family Issues, Human Relations.

Drivers education courses

Pius X High School does not offer drivers education courses for teenagers, but we are aware of area businesses that provide this training. They include, but may not be limited to: All Metro Driving School Road Ready Southeast Community College

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