Clubs and Activities
St. Ann offers a variety of clubs and organizations. The purposes of our clubs and activities is to provide students with an opportunity to develop positive interests and activities and to serve the school and the community.
Specific meeting times and dates will be made available at the beginning of each school year. Space is limited in most clubs so it's important to return your completed Club/Activity Registration Form to the club moderator as soon as possible.
All band students come to band practice twice a week during their Activity period.
In addition, 4th grade students also come once a week after school until 4:15pm, and 5th, 6th & 7th grade students meet at 8:00am two mornings a week.
You are asked to make a commitment for the entire school year.
Student fee is $200.00 plus the cost of your instrument. Student fees are used to cover instructional materials, district event fees, treats & awards. (A minimum payment of $100.00 is due at registration.)
Builders Club members will provide service to the school and community through various projects and activities.
St. Ann Builders Club is funded by a grant from the Joe W. and Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation Service Learning Program.
Meetings will take place after school each month. Dates may fluctuate depending on the service activity for that month.
Junior Beta Club members are selected to membership based on their grade point average which must be a minimum of 3.5 final academic average during their 5th grade year.
Students must have a commitment to service and must provide an essay (150-200 words) to describe how the St. Ann Junior Beta Club will benefit from having you as a member.
Membership Fee: $22.00
This includes a Junior Member Club Membership fee (as established by the national organization of $15.00) plus $7.00 that will be used to fund service projects.
Membership includes a certificate of membership, a membership card, pin, and the Junior Beta Club Journal each month.
Members are required to attend monthly meetings after school, work a two-hour shift at the fair, attend the Induction ceremony in January, and support service activities after school.
Beginners will be taught the fundamentals of Chess. For our more advanced players they will be given insight and tips to further progress their game. Students are paired by skill level in order to provide a challenging and fun atmosphere.
If our students are able to participate in area tournaments parents will be required to pay an entry fee and provide transportation. More information will become available and distributed prior to any commitment.
Chess club meets once a month after school.
Rehearsals are Wednesday mornings from 7:45-8:30am, and Thursdays afternoons - once a month.
Activites include singing as a group at all school Masses throughout the year, Cantoring at school Masses (by audition), Christmas Caroling at the Royal Sonesta Hotel, Celebration in the Oaks, First Communion. We will also sing at the Christimas and Spring Concerts at St. Ann School.
Member fees are about $40.00. Fees will cover the cost of music, performances, supplies,transportation throughout the year and a choir vest monogrammed with the St. Ann Choir Logo.
Students will assist in the front office. Duties include Afternoon Announcements, Calling classrooms with dismissal changes. Student must be able to commit to two quarters either 1,3 or 2,4.
Morning Duty 8:05am-8:35am
Afternoon Duty 3:05pm-3:35pm
All Office helpers are treated to a end-of-the-year swim/pizza party hosted at Lakeside Country Club.
Students will assist with either a morning or an afternoon shift. Duties include helping students and parents in carpool line.
Morning Duty - 8:05am until 8:35am
Afternoon Duty - 3:05pm until 3:35pm
Students can request either a Morning or Afternoon shift. Students must be able to commit to volunteer one quarter (9 weeks).
All Patrol helpers are treated to a end-of-the-year swim/pizza party hosted at Lakeside Country Club.
Student's must try-out to be on the team.
Team members will practice once a week, after school. The St. Ann Quiz Bowl Team participates in a tournament on a Saturday during the spring and that is sponsored by the Brother Martin High School & Domincan. This tournament is our big event and your commitment to the team is very important.
In Science Club 3rd graders will have the chance to participate in hands-on, fun activities and experiments. Meetings are held every-other month. Each meeting will focus on a different area of science and explore why different results happen.
The cost of the club is $10.00 which will cover experiment materials and the end of the year pizza party.
Spanish Club members will participate in various activities such as; Zumba, games, crafts, Spanish Culture and an end of the year pizza party.
Meetings are held once a month, after school. Snacks are served at meetings.
Cost $7.00 which will cover the cost of crafts and an end of the year pizza party.
St. Joseph's Club members help spread the devotion to St. Joseph and Mary.
The purpose of this club is the spiritual, practical Catholic growth of youth while having good, clean fun through various projects and activities.
Meetings are held monthly, after school.
Cost $3.00 which will cover the cost of activities and an end of the year pizza party.
Student Council serves as the governing student body for St. Ann School. Middle school students are elected by their fellow classmates. The Student council committee is comprised of two representatives for each homeroom, an elected 7th grade President and 7th grade Vice-President.
St. Ann Student Council is responsible for assisting with Middle School Grandperson's Day/Mass, working the St. Ann Open House, and presenting an introduction to Middle School for the lower grades. Council members also represent St. Ann at the Catholic Schools Week Mass, and they help decorate a Christmas tree to represent our school at the annual Celebration in the Oaks Christmas display.
Meetings are held once a month, on campus after school.
Technology Club members will expand their interest in the field of computer science by learning the fundamentals of computer programming. Using fun interactive games, students will learn "Blocky" the language of computer programming using coding.
Meetings are held once a month, after school.
Cost $5.00 which will cover the cost of materials.