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Extracurricular Activities for Grades 4-8

Clubs & Extracurricular Activities

Grades

Moderator

Description

Club Form

Atoms Family Science Club

5th

Mrs. Kestner

The club members work as a team to construct bridges, solve investigations, and just have fun with science.

 Club Form

Band

4th-8th

Mr. Talarovich

Playing a musical instrument as part of an ensemble is a fun way to encourage our students to develop their artistic talents. Joining band means committing to all band concerts and tours.

Form

 

 

Betelguese Science Club

6th

Mrs. Kestner

This sixth grade science club takes its name from one of two major stars in the constellation Orion, the hunter. The club members work as a team to solve problems and just have fun with science.

Club Form

 

 

Chorus - Intermediate

4th-6th

Mr. Szirmae

Being part of a choral group is a great way to encourage our students to develop their artistic talents and build performance skills. Joining chorus means committing to both the Christmas and spring concerts.

Form

Chorus - Select

7th-8th

Mr. Szirmae

Being part of a select choral group is a great way for our students to showcase their talents and expand performance skills. Joining chorus means committing to both the Christmas and spring concerts.

Form

Forensics

5th-8th

Mrs. Collett

Forensics is a public speaking club. Choose a reading from a novel, a selection of poetry, a famous speech or a play, and present it at a forensic tournament. Tournaments are held on three Saturdays during the year.

 Club Form

Driver Form

Math 24

4th-6th

Mr. Pavetto

Math 24 is a game where four numbers are used with any/all operations to find an answer of 24!

Club Form

 

Spelling Bee

6th-8th

Mrs. Orlowski 

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Spelling Bee is for students in grades 6-8. The school champion represents MQA at the bee.

Club Form

 

Student Council

4th-8th

Mrs. Quade

Elected by your peers, you have a responsibility to attend meetings to represent your class.  You are also required to attend all Student Council functions.

Club Form

 

Reading Club

6th-8th

Mrs. Orlowski

Westmoreland Interscholastic Reading Club is a competition club. Students form a team, collectively read 40 novels and practice Q&A regarding the novels The club meets after school to read, practice, and prepare. Students also read at home.

Club Form

 

   

Yearbook Club

4th-8th

Mrs. Woods

This club is responsible for publishing the school yearbook.  Students work as editors, work with layout, take photos, write captions, and plan for the annual MQA yearbook.

Club Flyer & Form

 

 

Seton Hill & Sisters of Charity
Fine Arts Program

1st-8th

Sisters of Charity and Seton Hill Students

This fine arts program includes drama, music, and art for a nominal fee.  The classes are held on Saturday.  Registrations forms are available in the school office and are sent to all parents via email.

 
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Extracurricular Activities