*Players who plan to try out for boys tennis need to inform Coach DeWispelare (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, August 6. *All players must have a physical (completed after May 1, 2021) on file at Pius X by Friday, Aug. 6. *Tryouts are 3:30-5:30 pm on Monday, Aug. 9, Tuesday, Aug. 10, and Wednesday, Aug. 11 – players must be at all sessions. Team will be posted on Wednesday, Aug. 11. *Parent/player meeting will be Friday, Aug. 13 at 5:00 pm in the Pius X commons. Contact Coach DeWispelare (email@example.com) with questions.
Students interested in broadcasting Pius X home sporting events are encouraged to reach out to Mr. Baehr in the Foundation office (Room 1100) in person or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Roles include on-air talent, running a camera, stats, and more.
Pius X Nutrition Services provides various options for breakfast, lunch and snacks on school days. This year, Pius X is part of a federal program that offers free breakfast and lunch to all students. No application is required. To qualify for a free breakfast, students are required to take a grain, fruit, and milk. To qualify for a free lunch, a student must take an entrée, vegetable or fruit, and milk. If a student does not take each of these items, they will be charged ala carte for each item. Items beyond the meal listed above are charged at ala carte prices, and can only be purchased through the students meal account (no cash/credit). There are two ways to add money to a student’s account: 1. Drop off money at the school front office or Foundation office (room 1100). The school front office has a basket to collect checks and cash (in an envelope
For families of senior students: Please take time to read the information below about Senior Pictures, Childhood Pictures for Senior Video, and Childhood Ads. Note that all checks, messages and hard copy pictures can be dropped in the box that is labeled “Yearbook” outside the front office and all digital text/images can be emailed to email@example.com. Senior Pictures: The deadline this year is Friday, October 29. Students whose pictures are missing may not be included in the yearbook. Format: We prefer the electronic submission directly from your photographer in a JPEG format, but we will accept hard copies as well. Files should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. He will confirm receipt. We need at least 600 KB sized files (the bigger, the better), vertical images, and please no social media/screenshot images (these will look grainy or pixelated in the yearbook). If sending from a phone, when you choose the size of
We are looking for parent volunteers to help with schedule pick up & student photos on Wednesday, August 4th. Volunteers will assist with handing out schedules, helping students line up for pictures and directing students in the right direction. If you are able to help please sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4DA9AB28A1FDC16-student1
First Summer run will be Monday, July 5th. Monday – Cathedral Grade School @ 7:30am. Meet at the east lot of the school. Tuesday – Holmes Lake @ 7:30am. Meet at the west entrance in the picnic center. Wednesday – Pius X High School @ 8:00am. Meet in front of the L/PAC. Thursday – Lincoln Children’s Zoo @ 7:30am. Friday – MoPac East Trail on 84th street close to State Farm Entrance @ 7:30am Saturday – is a rest day Sunday – run on your own day First practice is Monday, August 9th. Don’t forget to get your physical. It must be dated after May 1, 2021. Forms are located in the Front Office.
Our Educational Travel Adventures are ready to resume! Passport to Adventure Club has organized some amazing tours for Pius students and their families. Easter 2022 – Holy Week in France and Italy. Check out our itinerary of all the top destinations in these must-see countries: www.eftours.com/2467964zf June 2022 – We are taking the Pius Thunder Down Under! Join us on our epic tour of Australia/New Zealand. Check out our itinerary of this once-in-a-lifetime Expedition: www.eftours.com/2221378wy June 2023 (early) – It’s all Greek to me! We are embarking on a fabulous tour of Greece and the Grecian Islands. Check out the spectacular sites which include a cruise in the Mediterranean: www.eftours.com/2467980wx June 2023 (late) –A spiritual journey across France, Spain and Portugal: a Marian Pilgrimage. Join us as we tour some of the holiest sites of our Catholic faith including Lourdes, the Way of St. James, Fatima and so much more!
State 4th Place – Nebraska State Bowling Championships District Runner-Up – Nebraska State Bowling Championships Wildcard Qualifier 4 HAC Academic All-Conference student-athletes
State 7th Place – Nebraska State Bowling Championships District 4th Place – Nebraska State Bowling Championships Wildcard Qualifier 6 HAC Academic All-Conference student-athletes
Aug. 7 ▪ 8 a.m. ▪ Holmes Lake
Pius X is hiring for multiple, part-time positions in the Nutrition Services department. Possible hours and duties include: 2-4 hours serving (10am – 1 or 2pm) 4-6 hours baking assist (9am – 2pm) 4-6 hours kitchen assist (9am – 2pm) Apply by completing our application.
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a federally-funded, state-administered program that aims to provide nutritious meals to children in low-income areas during the summer months when school is not in session. The Food Bank sponsors open sites for SFSP that are open to the public and operate in low-income areas where at least 50 percent of children residing in the area are eligible for free and reduced-price school meals. The meals are served free to any child at the site on a first-come, first-serve basis. 2021 Summer Meal Sites All meal sites are Monday-Friday. Please review details carefully. Air Park Recreation Center, 3720 NW 46th Street | May 24-August 13 | Breakfast 8-9:30 a.m. | Lunch 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Arnold CLC, 5000 Mike Scholl Street | June 1-July 23 | Breakfast 9-9:30 a.m. | Lunch noon-1 p.m. Belmont School/ Recreation Center, 1234 Judson Street | May 24-August 13 | Breakfast
Please complete this form – Pius X Form (PDF) – and return to the school by the first day of the school year, Aug. 16. Over the counter medication at school (Tylenol, Motrin, Tums, Benadryl) Permission to give Over the Counter Medication form. We have medication at school and are always taking donations of Tylenol, Motrin, Tums, Benadryl and cough drops. Students that require prescription medication at school Permission to give prescribed medication form along with the medication in a bottle from the pharmacy. We cannot accept medication in anything other than what the pharmacy gives you. Allergy and/or Asthma Allergy/Asthma Action Plan-2 pages, requires a practitioner’s signature Self-management form signed if student will carry medication with them during the day Diabetes Diabetes Action Plan OR similar plan from the doctor Self-management form signed When completing registration on Power School please use the Medical and Alerts tabs for life threatening
The Building Construction class will build a shed during the 2021-22 school year, (similar to the one they just built for the softball team). This will be sold to a private party for the cost of approximately $3,000. The design can be modified to suit the individual needs. Contact Don at email@example.com for details.
There are several spots available for Pius X students on the diocesan trip to the Steubenville Youth Conference this summer. Thousands of teens from across the Midwest will be at this high-energy conference where teens are invited to encounter Jesus Christ through dynamic speakers, engaging music, the Sacraments, and fellowship. If you are interested in attending please contact Mrs. Maly.
Girls 2021 Summer Training Schedule at Pius X Starts June 1 Monday (weight room/conditioning):9:30-9:45am (warm up on tennis courts)9:45-10:45 (workout) Tuesday (weight room/conditioning):9:30-9:45am (warm up on tennis courts)9:45-10:45 (workout) Wednesday (plyometrics):All Girls/Boys on the football field: 8:30-9:30am Thursday (weight room/conditioning):9:30-9:45am (warm up on tennis courts)9:45-10:45 (workout) Boys 2021 Summer Training Schedule at Pius X Starts June 1 Monday (weight room):Senior, Juniors: 7 (warmup); 7:15-8amSophs: 7:45 (warmup); 8-8:45amFreshman: 8:30 (warmup); 8:45-9:30am Tuesday (weight room):Senior, Juniors: 7 (warmup); 7:15-8amSophs: 7:45 (warmup); 8-8:45amFreshman: 8:30 (warmup); 8:45-9:30am Wednesday (plyometrics):All Girls/Boys on the football field: 8:30-9:30am Thursday (weight room):Senior, Juniors: 7 (warmup); 7:15-8amSophs: 7:45 (warmup); 8-8:45amFreshman: 8:30 (warmup); 8:45-9:30am Friday (weight room):Senior, Juniors: 7 (warmup); 7:15-8amSophs: 7:45 (warmup); 8-8:45amFreshman: 8:30 (warmup); 8:45-9:30am Cross County Summer Running Schedule 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
It’s time to travel again! We are planning an Easter 2022 trip to France and Italy! Spend Holy Week surrounded by holy sights and sounds in Europe. During our 9-day tour we will see all the highlights of Paris, Versailles, Milan, Pisa, Florence and Rome! There is a $200 discount and No Risk Guarantee for anyone who signs up before April 30, 2021. See Mrs. Sievert in room 2225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Aug. 16 – First Day of School (1/2 day)Sept. 6 – No School (Labor Day)Nov. 1 – No School (All Saints Day)Nov. 24-26 – No School (Thanksgiving Break)Dec. 8 – No School (Immaculate Conception)Dec. 22 – Last Day of first semesterDec. 23-Jan. 4 – Christmas BreakJan. 5 – First Day of second semesterJan. 17 – No School (MLK Day)Feb. 18 – No SchoolMarch 14-15 – No SchoolApril 14 – 19 No School (Easter Break)May 22 – GraduationMay 25 – Last Day of School (Grades 9-11)
Pius X has created a mobile-specific page that contains only the most pertinent information to announcements, menu, and upcoming schedules. You can also add the Px icon to your phone to make it easy to find. On a mobile device, visit https://PiusX.net/mobile to see the same information in a mobile-friendly view. To make this page easy to find, follow the directions below to add an icon to your phone’s screen. Android – Launch browser app– Open the website piusx.net/mobile– Tap the menu icon (3 dots in upper right-hand corner)– Tap ‘Add to homescreen’ option– Enter a name for the shortcut IOS – Launch browser app– Open the website piusx.net/mobile– Tap icon with box and upward arrow (on bottom)– Tap ‘Add to Home Screen’ option– Enter a name for the shortcut– Tap ‘Add’ When done, you can move the icon to your preferred location/folder on your device.
Pius X held its second of two New Student Open House events via Zoom on Feb. 15. The recording can be found online. The password is bUt$0r1% The presentation starts at the 3:00 mark.
Are you interested in reading or serving at monthly Pius all school Masses? If yes, fill out this form: Campus Ministry Sign-up Form
With the new DHM’s the weight room procedures are being adjusted. Current athletes NOT in a winter sport can lift on Monday’s, Tuesday’s, and Thursdays after school. The weight room is open from 3:25-4:45pm to 30 people at a time. You will sign in as you enter the weight room so we have a record of who was there. Cleaning and mask protocols remain the same. If you show up and we already have 30 lifters you will need to wait till someone leaves before you can enter. If you have any questions talk to Coach Kearney.
Junior Parent Meeting (video) Junior Parents this video can be watched when it works for you. There will not be a planned meeting at 7pm. The video will take about 45 minutes to view and cover how to prepare your student for college.
Come check out the Job Board in the Counseling Center!
Restore is a monthly event hosted by the Campus Ministry Team. It starts with a student testimony followed by Adoration, Confession, Prayer Teams, and Praise & Worship. We gather for snacks and fellowship after. Restore is from 7-8pm in the Pius X Chapel. The remaining 2020-2021 dates are November 4th, December 2nd, February 3rd, March 3rd, and May 5th. For more information email email@example.com
Students can learn their parking spot information here – https://secure.piusx.net/Parking/. For a map of the parking lot, click here – https://www.piusx.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Parking-Spot-2019.pdf
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Parking Registration A student I.D. number and birth date are required. If unknown, contact the school office. Seniors and juniors are eligible for a parking spot. Because of expanded parking, sophomores and freshmen can register for a parking spot. Students are not guaranteed a spot. It is essential to include all vehicle information and list the names of students who will be carpooling in the vehicle. After registering, print the parking receipt (the last page) and bring it with a payment of $100 to the main office on or before Wednesday, August 5. Failure to include complete and accurate vehicle information, bring the receipt, or to pay before the time stated above may disqualify one from the opportunity to receive a parking spot. Starting Saturday, August 15, at 5 p.m., log in to the parking website to view the assigned parking spot number. Students are required to park in their
Pius X and Catholic Social Services have partnered to establish a clothing donation drop-off site in the east parking lot at the school. Recycled clothes can be sold to help bring funds to help the poor, in addition to helping students attending Pius X. Every donated piece of clothing is reviewed to determine if it can sell, be given away, or recycled. Some clothes will be sold in the thrift stores in Lincoln, Hastings and Imperial. And some will be given away. The rest can be recycled and sold to a distributor that in turn breaks down the threads and re-uses the cloth. This allows all of us to clothe the naked and also, following the first words of God, to subdue the earth. As Pope Francis has pointed out in Laudato si we are called to be prudent caretakers of our resources and recycling clothing gives us an opportunity
1. Be proud of who you are, inside and out 2. Be polite and kind to all God created 3. Be Faithful 4. Be respectful 5. Be trustworthy 6. Be involved
I am available both before and after school. Please sign up on the calendar on my desk reserving an appointment. The calendar serves as a silent communication allowing you to know what days I am available and at what time. If a day is crossed off, I will be unavailable due to a previous commitment. You may sign up to come in for extra practice, make-up assessments, retakes, or just to come in and shoot the breeze! : ) 1st hour — Algebra I 2nd hour — Geometry Fundamentals 3rd hour — Algebra I 4th hour — Geometry 6th hour — Geometry 7th hour — Geometry 8th hour — Geometry Fundamentals
The week’s schedule is posted in my room on the front board, as well as on this website and BlackBoard site. Should you miss class, it is your responsibility to acquire the notes and assignment. Where do you locate notes that are missed? Find them on this website, the BlackBoard site, in class, or from a friend. Remember, your notes are graded at the end of every chapter. If you miss class, please utilize the previously mentioned ideas and handwrite the notes into your binder to receive full credit. The assignment for each particular section of notes is listed at the bottom of the page. You have two days for every day you miss to submit your work. If you are absent on note taking day, the paragraph above gives you all the tools you need to find success. If, on the other hand, you are absent on a Test
A syllabus is a description of the content of a class. This is designed to help you understand what to expect from the class and how your grade is composed. You will find approximate percentages of how each component is weighed. Possible changes of the given percentages will occur according to which class you are taking. Depending upon which class you are taking, we will cover roughly 12 chapters. Each chapter will have several sections which will be discussed during class. Geometry and Algebra classes will be required to take daily notes. By using your notes and book, you will have ample problems to look over while working on homework. Your notes will be graded at the end of each chapter. Your daily homework will be graded two ways according to a scoring rubric. It is assigned for you to practice the material and new ideas of the day’s lesson.