Season: November – February 12 game league
There is a parental commitment to help staff gym admissions and concessions during the season as well as during the host tournament of your particular grade.
If you are interested in learning more about the position of basketball coordinator contact David Zeller , Athletic Director at email@example.com
Fall Season: September – October
Practices Begin: August
Spring Season: April – May
Practices Begin: March
For questions about soccer, contact the coordinator, David Zeller.
Track & Field
Season: Late March – end of May
Practices Begin: Mid – March
League: MQS competes against other area Catholic grade schools
Running: 100 meter, 200 meter and 400 meter sprints and the 800 meter and 1600 meter middle-distance races.
Relays: 4-member teams at 4×100, 4×400 and various medleys
Field Events: softball throw (5th and 6th grade), shot put (7th and 8th grade) and long jump
Practices are varied and designed to train athletes in all aspects of Track and Field. We’ll always run, but we’ll also practice jumping, throwing, passing batons and starting from blocks. We use medicine balls, parachutes (for running, not jumping), agility ladders and other tools to keep practices interesting.
There is a parental commitment to help run our all day outdoor track meet and concessions in early May.
For questions regarding the Track program, contact the Coordinator, Andy Borkowski, at firstname.lastname@example.org..
Season: September – mid-November games played Saturday and/or Sunday.
Practices begin: Mid-August, twice weekly
League: Parkview Parochial League (Catholic parishes)
Where: Games are played at MQS gym as well as opposing team facilities.
There is a parental commitment to help staff gym admissions and concessions several times during the season.
If you are interested in learning more about the position of volleyball coordinator and questions or concerns regarding payment related issues. Please contact David Zeller.
Students in grades 5 through 8 are eligible to join choir to praise God through song. Singers practice once a week at lunch time and perform weekly at mass, with students taking turns as the cantor.
Want to learn to play an instrument? Lessons are offered to 4th through 8th graders (for an additional fee) and are arranged during the school day.
Students in grades 6-8 are encouraged to join our Forensics team to have fun while they gain valuable training and experience in public speaking that can help them in their future endeavors.
There are many categories in Forensics such as: oratory, prose, poetry, humorous solo, serious solo, group interpretation, group acting, informative speech, persuasive speech, demonstration, infomercial and news reporting. Practice is held once a week from mid-January to early March from 3-4pm. Fun and exciting tournaments are scheduled on Saturdays in February and March and usually include a DJ with food available for purchase.
Students earn ribbons (and sometimes trophies) based on their performances and schools are usually eligible to win trophies. Contact Mrs. Siehr for more information.
Scouting is a great program that helps parents teach their sons how to make good decisions throughout their lives and give them confidence as they become the adult leaders of tomorrow.
Boys from age 7 to 10 are invited to join Cub Scout Pack 595. Every Pack is sponsored by a charter organization and our charter is held by St. Rita’s Catholic Church at 2318 S. 61st Street in West Allis. To contact the leader, click here.
St. Rita’s also sponsors Boy Scout Troop 595 for ages 11 to 17 so that our scouts can continue on in scouting. Meetings are held in the Scout Room on most Thursdays. To contact a leader, please go to: https:// –precise –all-tables –skip-columns=guid,user_email –report-changed-only –dry-run
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Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast. They are 35,000 strong—35,000 girls and adults who believe every girl can change the world. They build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place by helping them discover their inner strength, passions and talents.
According to the Chess Scholars, “Current research has shown a strong link between chess and academic performance in a variety of areas, including mathematics and language arts. Also, chess has been proven to enhance children’s motivation, concentration, focus, social skills and creativity.” Chess Scholars offers an after school chess club at MQS for students in K5 through 8th grade for an additional fee.
The club meets once a week for six weeks from 3:05-4:05pm in fall and again in spring and each session includes interactive teaching and guided practice with an experienced coach. A chess competition with pizza and prizes is held on the last day. Registration forms are sent to families through the Wednesday folder a few weeks before the club begins.