Are you looking for an organization that helps instill in your daughters the values of their faith and service to others? American Heritage Girls (AHG) is a Christ-centered character development ministry for girls ages 5-18. Girls in an AHG troop are encouraged to become servant leaders through participating in service projects for the church and community, accomplish badge work that emphasizes life skills and take part in fun team-building outdoor adventures such as archery, hiking, and camping.
Cathedral of the Risen Christ has formed a new troop, AHGTroop2017. Come be a part of AHG's Mission to build women of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country. Our troop has openings in all grades. We have 30+ members right now K-9th and are continuing to grow!
Our meetings will be held on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of every month in the Cathedral of the Risen Christ School. To find more information and to sign up for information, please visit americanheritagegirls.org and request information on our group using your zip code. You will then receive an email from AHGConnect to register.
If you have any other questions, please contact Katie Lewallen or Andrea Trouba for more information.
Awesome Authors is a writing club for students in grades 5-8 who are interested in immersing themselves in all forms of writing inside a fun community of young writers who share this interest. The club is sponsored by Mr. Luke Bonkiewicz and is held in Room 113 (Mrs. Smriga) on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month from 3:30-4:15pm.
Boy Scout Troop 54 is composed of boys 10 ½ -18 years old led by the boys with adult supervision. The purpose of the Boy Scouts is to introduce young men to the role of leadership, to instill good moral values, above-reproach character, and sense of duty to God, country, and self through fun with teaching skills and exciting outdoor activities. Meetings are held on Thursdays at 7:30pm in Rectors Hall. Visitors are welcome at anytime. Contact Paul Woita at 402-488-169.
Cub Scouts Pack 54 is for boys in grades 1 through 5. Parents and leaders work together to help boys achieve: character development, spiritual growth, good citizenship, sportsmanship and fitness, family understanding, respectful relationships to self and others, personal achievement, friendly service, fun and adventure, and is a good preparation for Boy Scouts. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm in Rectors Hall. Contact Dave Brady at 402-261-8183.
This club, for 7th and 8th graders, provides a hands-on experience for students with an interest in Anatomy. Members will dissect specimens they would not otherwise have an opportunity to study during Science classes. The club members will select the animals/organs they would like to study as we explore the vital structures and mechanisms of God’s creations.
Biology Club will meet after school (3:30-4:30pm) four times throughout the school year. Students will be required to pay a fee (approximately $40-$50) to provide dissection specimens for the club.
Whether enhancing you chess skills or just looking to learn the amazing game of chess, the Cathedral Chess Club is "the right move". The club covers topics like setting up a board, man movement, algebraic notation, game rules, puzzles, basic tactics and strategies.
Those in grades 1 through 8 are welcome to attend any time. The group meets Monday from 3:30 to 4:30pm in Rectors Hall (church basement). For more information contact Coach Matthew Wiedel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kids CAFE (Children and Food Education) classes are held on either the last Monday or Wednesday of every month August through April (except December) for grades 1-4. In these classes children learn about good nutrition and health, while making yummy snacks and learning basic cooking skills.
The participants are always proud of their creations and often try fruits and vegetables they may never have eaten previously. For more information, view this flyer and contact Janet Buck, registered dietitian, at email@example.com. Limit of 20 spaces per session.
The Language Project was established on the belief that all languages should be within every child’s reach. We firmly believe that bilingualism is an essential skill in today’s world and will continue to be an imperative in the future. TLP is preparing students nationwide with their innovative play-based methodology, creating a relaxed and fun environment where student’s acquire a new language in an easy and fun way through games, songs and stories as well as individual and collective activities. TLP-kids is a professional team concerned with the education of our children. Enthusiasm, professionalism, and great pride in their work are just a few of the characteristics that make our team of teachers stand out.
TLP "Club" meets every Tuesday 3:25-4:25pm unless there is an early dismissal or no school. Registration is done online and is paid by the parents of the participants.
TLP "Elective Class" is only for Junior High Students and is capped at 25. This elective is free of charge, and sessions are held on Fridays from 1:55-3:10pm when school is in session.
Questions can be directed to Helen at firstname.lastname@example.org
MATHCOUNTS is a program for students in grades 6-8 in which math skills and problems are attacked under the guidance of a coach and instructors. Students are engaged in fun and challenging math work that is catered to their level. All are welcome to take part, and the top "Mathletes" will compete against area schools.
Meetings will be from October 1-February 10, 2019 and are held Mondays from 3:30-4:30 pm in Mrs. Wiebusch's classroom. Questions can be directed to Mrs. Arlene Wiebusch at email@example.com. Head coach for Cathedral Math Counts is Sarah Grabow.
The Cathedral of the Risen Christ School is proud to be the only school in Lincoln to sponsor a chapter of National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). Membership in NJHS celebrates the ideals of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character, and is intended to represent the pinnacle of achievement at Cathedral and in the community.
Students with a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or higher during their Jr. High years (grades 6-8) will be invited to apply for NJHS each January.
Tech Club is a great way to learn responsible digital citizenship while interacting with coding, website design, video editing, social media, technology projects and so much more. The club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:30pm and is for 5th-8th grader students. Students will work in a supervised setting and follow all Diocesan Technology guidelines in a fun, project- based environment.