Clubs & Activities
Clubs and Activities
At BMC, students are encouraged to enhance their education through participation in extracurricular clubs, performing arts/fine arts, and athletics. A variety of opportunities are offered to students to discover their interests, develop new skills, foster new relationships, collaborate with peers that have similar interests, and serve the community.
NATIONALLY AFFILIATED CLUBS
The Mission of National Art Honor Society: Students will foster excellence and a dedicated spirit to the pursuit of art; further creative abilities and talents of the Society’s members, as well as the school’s entire student art enrollment; aid members in working toward the attainment of their highest potential in an art area; bring art to the attention of the school and community; increase awareness of art in relation to other areas of the school curriculum; and further aesthetic awareness in all aspects of the school’s total program.
Bishop Moore Catholic NAHS is an ART Service organization. Members focus on using their unique talents in service to the community. Opportunities are countless but among the community services are creating art in classrooms, and on community boards, hanging art in the hallway, and creating murals around the school (temporary and semi-permanent) For example, sidewalk chalk art festivals and window murals in the school and the local community.
Most of our contacts are done thru Schoology with few actual meeting. Service calls are put out in the Schoology group and students answer if they are able to participate.
For more information, please contact Mrs. Jolie Spelman.
Bishop Moore Catholic Athletic Honor Society
Bishop Moore Catholic Athletic Honor Society strives to create enthusiasm, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote scholarship, leadership, athleticism, and to develop and encourage academic and spiritual growth among Bishop Moore Catholic students.
- Must be a junior or a senior.
- Must have participated in a Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) sport, currently offered at Bishop Moore Catholic, at the varsity level.
- 10 hours of athletic related volunteer/service hours (over and above the hours required for graduation) per academic year of membership.
- Attend one meeting per quarter (minimum of 4 meetings per academic year).
- Meetings once a month. Participation in Bishop Moore Catholic and local community service.
- Dues of $50 for new members and $25 for returning members per academic year.
- Students must maintain a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 GPA scale, participate in volunteer community service with our organization, and demonstrate integrity and leadership.
Please contact the sponsor, Ms. Kimberly Story, Loretta Hall 102, for more information. Schoology access code: 53JP8-W4CSB
The International Business Internship Program
The International Business Internship Program flows from the work students do at Georgetown University over the summers through Leadership Initiatives. Students commit to helping a business in Nigeria and raise money and provide research to these businesses to help them to be successful. The days vary, no dues but the students have to raise a certain amount each month for the organization.Contact Amanda Livermore for more details.
International Thespian Honor Society
The name of this organization remains to be The International Thespian Society. The Troupe number 5628 will further designate the Troupe name. International Thespian Honor Society membership is open to all Drama Program members who accumulate ten Thespian points, provide 10 hours of theater related community service hours and participate in the two (Fall & Spring) current school year productions with a vote of the officers by two-thirds. Points ascribed to participation are based on the system published by the International Thespian Society, Educational Theatre Association and Program Director. Active & Current Thespian Members must maintain at least 5 points and 5 hours of outside Theatre related Community Service hours a year and participate in at least 2 Drama Club events every year in order to receive a Thespian Graduation cord their senior year. Can be earned annually or consecutively to equal the amount of years since they became a member to the Troupe. Miss Goley located in the ‘Dome’. For more information, contact Ms. Sarah Goley.
La Société Honoraire de Français
The Société Honoraire de Français, French Honor Society was established through presidential order by the American Association of Teachers of French in 1949 as an affiliate of the American Association of Teachers of French. The aim of this organization is to stimulate interest in the study of French, to promote high standards of scholarship, to reward scholastic achievements, to create enthusiasm for and an understanding of francophone culture and civilization, to promote and perpetuate international friendship, and to reward efforts toward furthering solidarity in the French speaking world. Membership is based on scholarship in general and scholarship in French in particular, along with interest, participation and leadership in French activities. For more information, contact Mrs. Astrid Francis.
The Latin Honor Society provides tutoring and connection for students studying Latin, as well as encouraging members to become involved in their community through service. For more information, contact Ms. Stacy Snelling.
Math Honor Society - Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta, the National High School Mathematics Honor Society, is dedicated to inspiring a keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school students. Dues are $30. Students are required to get 200 points over the course of the year through tutoring, math competitions, service projects, and other society functions. Meetings are held on Mondays, competitions are on Fridays, tutoring is available Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday.For more information, contact Mr. Josh Hobart.
Model United Nations (Hornet MUN)
Model United Nations (MUN) is an educational simulation in which students learn more about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. Members, known as delegates, will take part in conferences across the local area as well as around Florida and the US. At a conference, delegates will take the roll as a representative for a specific country or group in a particular body of the UN or comparable multilateral body. Through participation, students will hone skills in public speaking, research, writing, and cooperation. In addition, participation in HornetMUN conferences throughout the year may help earn membership points for Rho Kappa at the discretion of Mr. O’Grady as well as NSDA points for those who participate in the speech and debate team.
Weekly meetings Tuesdays 3:30-5
National English Honor Society
The National English Honor Society (NEHS) is an organization for high school students and who, in the field of English, merit special note for past and current accomplishments. Acceptance requires a 4.25 weighted English GPA in all honors and/or AP courses and a 3.8 unweighted overall GPA, plus teacher recommendations. Qualified students are invited to join in November and no application is necessary. Immediate benefits of affiliation are national recognition and scholarship eligibility.
The Mission of the NEHS at Bishop Moore is to celebrate and recognize the achievements of its members in Language Arts as well as to encourage all students to explore Language Arts as an art form and a technical skill in order to better express their creativity, spirituality, and intelligence for all the world to see. The NEHS motto, "gelast sceal mid are," is Old English for: "duty goes with honor." Service to peers, school, and community is part and parcel of the NEHS mission.
NEHS Tutoring center is called: The Paper Lab (Practicing and Progressing in English and Reading). NEHS students will help their fellow peers with: 1) Annotation skills and literary analysis 2) Increased reading comprehension skills across all grades (especially for SAT passages). 3) Increased writing skills (claim research papers, narrative papers and especially writing for SAT/ACT tests). We will operate the tutoring center on Mondays and Thursdays during 9th hour from 2:40 – 3:30PM. Tutoring will be provided for face-to-face students wearing masks and social distancing as well as virtual students through Zoom. Community Service Events: #1: Sugar Plums and Poetry ~ Winter community service event #2: Tea and Crumpets ~ Spring community service event NEHS Member Meetings will be: Tuesdays and Fridays from 2:45 - 3:30PM. Members must meet regularly and keep an attendance record. Members are only required to attend ONE meeting per month.For more information, contact Mr. PJ Metz and Mrs. Ines Gurley.
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.
3.5 GPA, INITIAL ESSAY, APPLICATION $20 DUES JUNIORS, $45 DUES SENIORS; HAVE TO MEET WITH THE OFFICERS YET FOR FURTHER INFO. Download the application for NHS here. For more information, please contact Ms. Kay Bencen.
The National Junior Classical League was formed in 1936 and is sponsored by the American Classical League. It is an organization for junior and senior high school students enrolled in Classical Courses. It was formed to promote the study of Latin and Greek and to empart an understanding of the debt which our own culture owes to that of Classical antiquity. The NJCL Latin Honor Society is a special designation given to Junior Classical League students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and citizenship in Latin class. Qualified students are invited in October.
To be eligible for membership in the Latin Honor Society, students are members in good standing of the National Junior Classical League; good standing means being registered with both the state and national organizations. -maintain an A average in the current Latin course (or a B in AP Latin). -exemplify good citizenship in the school and the community. -be a junior or senior enrolled in Latin IIIH or Latin IVH/AP. Dues are $50 at induction for juniors, and include membership for junior and senior years. Newly inducted seniors have dues at $25. This includes membership to the National Junior Classical League and the Florida Junior Classical League.
National Speech and Debate Association/Bishop Moore Speech and Debate Team
The mission of the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) is to connect, support, and inspire a diverse community committed to empowering students through competitive speech and debate. Through our faith we see importance in advocating for ourselves, for those who are most in need, and for the tenets our faith. This honor society is available to all those at Bishop Moore on the speech and debate team regardless of grade level. NSDA is an honor bestowed upon those who have shown a certain level of dedication to speech and debate and who have demonstrated competence. As a team, Bishop Moore Speech and Debate refines skills for speech, debate, and interpretation events in preparation to compete in several tournaments across Florida and the United States. As a team, we will also participate in a community service endeavor every year that has a theme toward our team purpose. To gain NSDA membership, one needs to accrue 25 NSDA points (Degree of Honor) through participating in officially sanctioned tournaments. For those who wish to earn the NDSA honor cord for graduation, they will need to hold a GPA of at least 3.1, participate in a team sanctioned service project each year of membership, and earn 250 NSDA points (Degree of Distinction). For more information, please contact Mr. Brian McAninch.
Team practices are Monday and Thursday afternoons 4-5:30 throughout the season. To compete students must complete all paperwork required in the Start of Year Packet (inquiries about obtaining one should be directed at Mr. McAninch), and have paid team dues (either $75 and full participation in 2 sanctioned team fundraisers or $200 with no required fundraiser participation). Additional costs for out of town tournaments may be assessed. In order to compete in qualifier for States and Nationals in the spring participation requirements for the individual tournaments must be met by competing in previous tournaments during the year.
Quill & Scroll - Journalism Honor Society
Quill and Scroll's purpose is to encourage and recognize individual student achievement in journalism and academics. To be a member, students must meet all of the following: a) Be at least a high school sophomore b) Must have and maintain a 3.0 unweighted grade point average or higher c) Enrolled and have produced superior work in Yearbook 1, Yearbook 2, OR Yearbook 3 Honors d) Be recommended by the Yearbook Adviser (Mrs. Chwalisz) e) Be in good standing both with discipline and attendance at Bishop Moore.
There is a one-time initiation fee of $25, a $10 fee year to year for a new pin, and seniors are responsible for ordering their cords: $15.For more information, please contact Mrs. Helen Chwalisz.
This academic team competes in fact tournaments every year. We play in the Orange County Quiz Bowl Tournament and hold a tournament in late November for other Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Orlando. For more information, contact Mr. Joe Cimijotti.
Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society is the only national organization for high school juniors and seniors that recognizes excellence in the field of Social Studies. Rho Kappa provides national recognition and opportunities for exploration in the social studies. The principle purpose of Rho Kappa is to stimulate a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of all the academic disciplines comprising the social studies curriculum.
To be considered an active member, returning members (seniors), starting in August, will be required to obtain 75 points. They can receive points (10 points) by attending monthly meetings, the third Thursday of each month. New members (mostly juniors, some seniors), that we will induct in October, will need 50 points by the end of May to remain in good standing. Other ways to obtain points will be during our MDA Shamrock drive in the spring.
As far as officers, we have a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, historian, chaplain, and hornet house representative.
We meet once a month; third Thursday of the month (it will be zoom for now). Juniors and Seniors can become members; must have at least a 3.2 unweighted GPA. One time due is $25; pays for the honor cords, etc. We have our annual Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) fundraiser in February-March to raise money to send kids that have muscular dystrophy to a special week long summer camp. We have raised over $15,000 the past 5 years. The dress down for students revolves around St. Patrick's Day since we give green shamrocks to students who give $2 for our fundraising effort.
For more information, contact our adviser, Mr. Paul O'Grady.
Science National Honor Society
The Science National Honor Society was organized in 2000 and in 2005 the Science National Honor Society at Bishop Moore Catholic High School was formed. Its goal is to honor and encourage students to remain passionate about science and to become scientific thinkers who will be the future leaders in scientific industry, research, and exploration. Qualifications include an overall unweighted GPA of 3.0 with a Science unweighted GPA of 3.5. Meetings occur at a minimum of once per month and in some cases twice to include peer presentations. The SNHS participants are actively involved in peer tutoring, judging Science Fairs and presenting or participating in peer presentations.For more information, contact Mrs. Mary Grady.
Spanish Honor Society
The Spanish Honor Society recognizes student achievement in the Spanish and Portuguese languages and to promote a continuing interest in Hispanic and Portuguese studies. We send individuals who meet our strict criteria a letter of invitation. For more information, please contact Ms. Aiello and Ms. Buck.
Tri-M Music Honor Society
The Tri-M Music Honor Society is a NAfME (National Association for Music Education) program that recognizes outstanding music students in high school. Tri-M activities include school and community involvement as well as music ensemble participation. Chapters invite qualified students from school musical ensembles to join the society. Members regularly are involved with community service activities, music enrichment events, and nurturing a more cohesive unified music program at Bishop Moore. Dues are $25.
Description of the Honor Society:
Tri-M is NAfME’s international honor society for middle/junior-high and high school students. This National Association for Music Education (NAfME) program recognizes students for their academic and musical achievements, rewards them for their accomplishments and service activities, and inspires other students to excel at music and leadership.
Students must have an overall 3.5 GPA and an A average in their music classes, they must be currently enrolled in a musical ensemble and have completed 4 semesters of music classes in high school. Mrs. Sarah Purser is the club sponsor.
SHARED INTEREST CLUBS
CLUB NAME SPONSOR
American Sign Language Club: Sponsor Mrs. Courtney Cannon
Learn about Deaf Culture and ASL.
Art Club: Sponsor Mrs. Jolie Spelman
The Art Club offers an opportunity safe and inclusive environment for all students, grade 9-12, to create art outside the school day whether they are registered for an Art Class or not. Art Club works in conjunction with NAHS service projects and allows students to use these opportunities for their community service obligation. Open Studio is limited to 10 students on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school.
Best Buddies: Sponsor Ms. Carolista Ware
Best Buddies Club at BMCHS is dedicated to establishing a movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD)..Accomplished through pairing of MSCS students and BMCHS students.
Little Buddies: Sponsor Ms. Carolista Ware
Beach Volleyball: Sponsor Mr. Brian Reim
Girls beach volleyball program competing against other high schools
Cards of Kindness: Sponsor Mrs. Sue Jackson
Cards of Kindness is a community service club whose members create cards which are sent to children dealing with serious illnesses. We have been able to use our handmade cards to spread smiles, love, and joy to others dealing with difficult times. To date, we have created and donated more than 1,500 cards to the Cannonball Kids' cancer Foundation. We involve the school community by hosting “card event” days at which time we invite all students to write a note of kindness in the cards we have lovingly made. Dues for Cards of Kindness are $10.00. Members are expected to participate in creating cards for our event days at least two days a month. Please see the Schoology group for additional information on meeting days and times. It is possible for virtual students to be participating club members. For more information, please contact Mrs. Sue Jackson.
Chemistry Club: Sponsor Mr. Nick Eliason
Meeting dates to be determined Projects and tutoring times to be determined
Mission to support St. Jude Children's Hospital and Ronald McDonald House.
Computer Programming Club: Sponsor
Club for students interested in Competitive Programming or other advanced programming opportunities.
Cornhole Club: Sponsor Mr. Roer
Cornhole Club (CC) is a fun, social club for people who enjoy playing the exciting lawn game of Cornhole. It has been said that the game originated in Germany in the 14th century, and then was rediscovered in the hills of Kentucky over 100 years ago. The truth is, who really knows? But, the game is great fun for all ages and can be played anywhere. Cornhole or Corn Toss is similar to horseshoes except you use wooden boxes called cornhole platforms and corn bags or bean bags instead of horseshoes and metal stakes. The club will teach new members how to play. The club is open to all Bishop Moore students and strives to promote community and camaraderie around this fun and relaxing game.
Drama Club: Sponsor Ms. Sarah Goley
East Asian Culture Club: Sponsor Dr. Cliff Roer
East Asian Cultures Club (EACC) is a club for any Bishop Moore students to have the opportunity to gain knowledge about East Asian cultures and to explore the positive aspects and beautiful cultural diversity within the numerous East Asian cultures. In the spirit of our Catholic faith, it is a place for everyone to come together to build community with fellow students from different cultural backgrounds. It is also a place for students to express themselves through their own cultural uniqueness.
Days will be determined by the majority of the group. There are no dues at this time. Each year is different and depends on the drive of the leadership of the club. In years past we have gathered to discuss and/or participate in: • Sushi making • Watching films with East Asian cultural themes • Martial arts demonstration • Anime • KPop, JPop, and VPop • Ramen, Ramen, and more Ramen (We are after all Ramen Catholics) • Other food experiences • Godzilla Fest • Addressing Stereotypes • Social gatherings to just unwind and share stories • Origami • Haiku • Cultural Trivia
Fishing Club: Sponsor Mr. Patrick Stallings
The Fishing Club is an organization for students that have an interest in fishing and friendship. The fishing Club also provides community service opportunities. Meet in room 607 and the dock once a month.
French Club: Sponsor Mrs. Astrid Francis
The French Club offers an opportunity for students interested in the French speaking world and French culture to engage in fun, after-school activities. Students watch films, play games, and sample culinary specialties. The club is not restricted to French scholars but, instead, is open to all Bishop Moore students who wish to pursue their interest in all things Francophile. Meeting times are at the discretion of the members. French students are invited to run for office each year.
Game Hive: Sponsor Mr. Jorge Haddock
Meet First Friday of the Month from 3:30 to 4:30.
Girls Weightlifting: Sponsor Coach Thomas
This was club was constructed last year as a way of continuing to train in the off season with members of the Girls' weightlifting team, recruit new interested members, and to discuss issues related to strength training (video, technique, etc.)
Guardians: Sponsor Mr. Lamb
Hippocratic Society: Sponsor Mrs. Mary Grady
The Bishop Moore Catholic Hippocratic Society provides opportunities to gain information for those students who plan on pursuing majors in medicine and careers associated with medicine. Students can discover and learn more about the medical field through guest speakers and volunteer activities.
The Hippocratic Society has a lecture series once per month at a minimum. We will meet at impromptu times during the month based on interest in volunteer opportunities. Dues are $10.00 and the only requirement is a love and passion in the pursuit of medicine and related fields!
HOPE (Human Trafficking Awareness): Sponsor Mrs. Steadman
The mission of HOPE (Helping Others Protect the Enslaved) is to raise awareness of human trafficking and to reduce the number of victims locally, nationally and globally. We teach young people in our community the signs of human trafficking and advocate for victims through the Orlando Diocese Human Trafficking Task Force. We believe slavery is one of the worst crimes against humanity because it takes advantage of the weakest members of society. “At stake is the dignity of the human person, whose defense and promotion have been entrusted to us by the Creator.” Saint John Paul II, Solicitude Rei Socialis.
No dues, meetings on the first Thursdays of the month, must attend meetings unless excused absent, must participate in at least one awareness raising activity. Contact Mrs. Steadman for more details
Hornet House of Representatives: Sponsor Ms. Jenn Connell
Club to help coordinate filming, highlights, sideline replay system and other video related activities for the BMC Football Program.
Dues to donate to St. Judes and volunteer time at Ronald McDonald House Meetings to be scheduled Dress Down Day Requested?
Las Avispas: Sponsor Mrs. Lisa Crespo
Las Avispas Spanish Club will offer exposure to the Spanish-speaking world and its rich and diverse cultures. When joining Las Avispas, students learn about different customs, Hispanic Holidays-celebrations and culture, and experience the food, music, and art from Spanish-speaking countries. The intent is to be both educational and fun for its members. Students do not need to be in Spanish class or speak Spanish to join Las Avispas! Membership is open to any student who wishes to learn more about the Spanish language and Spanish-speaking culture.
Latin Club: Sponsor Ms. Stacy Snelling
Latin Club is for students who have an interest in and an appreciation of the language, literature, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome. It encourages students to pursue their interests and connect back to the ancient world in areas of art, history, literature, etc. Each year Latin Club participates in the Regional Forum, which connects students with others in Central Florida who have the same interests.
Meetings are every third Thursday of the month. Dues are $10 a year, and include membership with the Florida Junior Classical League.
Liturgical Ensemble: Sponsor Mrs. Purser
Model UN: Sponsor Ms. Funston
Model United Nations (MUN) is an educational simulation in which students learn more about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. Members, known as delegates, will take part in conferences across the local area as well as around Florida and the US. At a conference, delegates will take the roll as a representative for a specific country or group in a particular body of the UN or comparable multilateral body. Through participation, students will hone skills in public speaking, research, writing, and cooperation. In addition, participation in HornetMUN conferences throughout the year may help earn membership points for Rho Kappa at the discretion of Mr. O’Grady as well as NSDA points for those who participate in the speech and debate team. For more information, please contact Ms. Funston .
Moore Vocations: Sponsor Father Anthony Aarons
Creating a space where there will be the opportunity to learn about the vocations to the Priesthood, Religious Life, the Married Life and the committed Single Life. The group will meet on Thursday afternoons - 9th hour. There are no dues and is open to all Bishop Moore students. If there are virtual students interested we will facilitate their involvement. We will use the Church Documents and material from Vianney Vocations.
Multicultural Club: Sponsor Mrs. Loida Bass
Bringing awareness and inclusiveness to the many cultures in our school community and to enlighten an individual's perspective of other cultures around the world. Dues were $20, days and times TBD, Suggested Dress Down Day = April 16, 2021, Basketball 3v3 has been done in the past as a fundraiser.
Peer Ministry: Sponsor Mr. Peter Dione
Potter's Guild: Sponsor Ms. Larissa Jour
BMC Potter’s Guild is dedicated to increasing awareness and appreciation of ceramic art, promote the art and crafts of ceramics in the community, and support local charities. We provide a forum for student potters and ceramic artists to share their experiences and knowledge of clay. The Potters Guild is open to students who have successfully completed pottery 1. Member are required to meet twice a month in our open studio which are held every Tuesday from 2:40- 4:00 pm. Members are required to complete an application and pay a due of $20.
Psychology Club: Sponsor Ms. Jenn Connell
Quiz Bowl: Sponsor Mr. Joe Cimijotti
Students are challenged in accordance with the First inspires to raise funds, work as a team and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It’s as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. We have volunteer engineering mentors as coaches and attend meets as qualifications permit.
The robotics team meets weekly to design, build and program the robot. Meets occur on 5 weekends in late fall and into early February. Continual programming and design continues in off season as time permits.
Rowing Club: Sponsor Mrs. Lorraine La Morte
Mission Statement -The mission of the Bishop Moore Rowing Club is to promote the sport of rowing as a means to encourage physical, mental and social wellness in Bishop Moore students. To help build a better school community as well as neighborhood community by sharing the benefits of rowing and working to make the sport more available to everyone.
Monthly meetings to be determined. No dues or requirements to join. Fund raising in the future to assist people with physical or mental challenges get on the water in a crew boat.
Spikeball Club: Sponsor Mrs. Story
Meet once per month. Required to be a BMC student. No dues. Participation in a team for Laps for Life at BMC.
Sports Information Club: Sponsor Kristy Colligan
Mission Statement: The mission of the Sports Information Club is to provide Bishop Moore students the opportunity to express their passion for sports through many activities. The Sports Information Club is committed to helping advance Bishop Moore athletic events through the support of these events from beginning to end. The love for sports is vibrant at Bishop Moore. The Sports Information Club will allow students to showcase this love and showcase their skills in sports operation and sports writing. The Sports Information club strives to best represent Bishop Moore and will reflect the commitment to excellence that Bishop Moore represents, during all times of service.
What we do/info about club: The sports information club entails some extremely beneficial activities. The two main activities are operating scoring systems at Bishop Moore sporting events and writing summaries of Bishop Moore sporting events to be published on the Bishop Moore Athletics Website. These actions entail a full game commitment with service hours for the time you spend doing these activities.
Student Council: Sponsor Ms. Jennifer Connell
Table Top Club: Sponsor Dr. Cliff Roer
The Table Top Club meets to play Role Playing games, Magic the Gathering, and/or other Dice or card based games determined by the club. The club usually meets on Tuesdays but may change due to the nature of students’ busy schedules.
Tea Society: Sponsor Ms. Jennifer Connell
UNICEF: Sponsor Ms. Alderman
Mission Statement: UNICEF aims to advocate for the protection of children's rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. UNICEF strives to establish children's rights as enduring ethical principles and international standards of behaviour towards children.
Description: UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund) is a humanitarian organization that aims to help children around the world receive healthcare, education, emergency relief, proper nutrition, and much more. They are currently working to help children and families in 190 countries, especially in those that are war-torn and poverty-stricken. The UNICEF Club at Bishop Moore aims to fundraise for UNICEF and to advocate and educate our community on UNICEF’s work.
Connection to Catholic Mission: UNICEF strives to help disadvantaged children, which is similar to how Jesus calls us to help others in our communities. The mission of Bishop Moore is to help guide the youth of the school to be involved in the community in a Christ-centered way.
Wounded Heroes: Mrs. Jour
The Wounded Heroes supports veterans, the injured men and women, of our Armed Forces in our community.It is our mission to pay tribute to our wounded heroes’ service by serving in the community, raising awareness and offering support through Catholic Charities and Pathways to Care.
All are welcome to join. There are no dues required. We just ask for your commitment to meeting twice a month to give back to those who have given so much for us. We meet every first and third Thursday of the month.
Yearbook: Sponsor Mrs. Helen Chwalisz
Yoga: Sponsor Mrs. Sarah Purser
Yoga Club members can expect to practice various yoga poses while also learning about the benefits of yoga and the many ways it can help with stress management, improving the mind-body connection, and increasing strength, flexibility, and overall health. Schoology join code: V63KQ-Q6WDM