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Enrichment activities are fun, stimulating, and teach important life skills.
Middle school students benefit from carefully curated Middle School extracurricular activities which provide physical development, inspire creativity, provide stress relief, help develop self-confidence, encourage teamwork, develop social skills and teach time management.

List of 8 items.

  • American Music Ensemble

    The music ensemble class may be taken by students who are able to play an instrument or have completed the beginner guitar course. Students will be required to perform at various events, which could include evenings or weekends.  Students must receive approval from Mr. Fallis prior to enrolling in this course.
  • Beginning Guitar - 7th and 8th Grade Music

    The beginning guitar class introduces students to fundamentals of guitar. In a supportive environment, students will learn guitar basics of guitar - chords, chord progressions, melodies and strumming. Students will perform at various events.
  • Music - 5th and 6th Grade

    Students in our fifth and sixth grade general music class are introduced to basic music theory, vocal music and develop performance skills. The class aims to provide a well-rounded music education while introducing students to the joy of music through singing and playing guitar and ukulele.
  • Student Leadership

    The student leadership group together to take various leadership roles within the school. Any student can sign up to be a part of their grade's leadership group. Students meet monthly to promote:

    Event Planning: Organizing and coordinates various events such as fundraisers, social gatherings, school dances, community service activities and educational programs.
    Community engagement: Encourages student involvement in community service projects which foster positive relationships between the school and the local community while promoting school spirit and pride.
    Communication: Serving as a communication link between the student body, faculty, and admin and gathering feedback.
    Leadership Development: Working on the Student Leadership team provides personal growth, develops teamwork and builds character.
    Collaboration: Students learn to collaborate while working on project with peers, faculty and staff.
    Mentorship: Student Leadership members serve as mentors and role models to our younger students while promoting a positive, inclusive school culture.
  • Biztown

    Fifth grade students participate in Junior Achievement Biztown, an economics/civics unit teaching students about the free enterprise system.
  • WEB

    WEB, or “Where Everybody Belongs,” is a middle school orientation and transition program that welcomes fifth graders and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their middle school experience. Built on the belief that students can help each other succeed, the program trains mentors from the eighth grade class to be WEB Leaders. As positive role models, WEB Leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide the fifth graders to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to middle school and help facilitate fifth grade success.
  • Academic Bowl

    Students have the opportunity to try out for our academic bowl teams each year. We have a fifth/sixth grade team and a seventh/eighth grade team that participates in various matches throughout the year against local area schools. Our academic bowl teams consistently have a strong showing and have won regional and state championships.
  • MS Spelling Bee

    Three finalists from each grade compete in the Middle School spelling bee final. The winner of the school-wide bee will represent Monte Cassino in the Green Country Scripps Spelling Bee as well as the Diocesan spelling bee.