Mothers’ Club

It is another exciting year for St. Pius X and we are delighted that the Mothers’ Club is part of it!  We invite every mom to join the St. Pius X Mothers’ Club, to meet other moms and to connect with the St. Pius X Community.  The time commitment can be as large or as small as your life allows and you can pick the activities that interest you and fit your schedule.

We offer many different opportunities for fellowship, spiritual growth, faculty appreciation, and service to the community. The St. Pius X Mothers’ Club also has annual fundraising opportunities from the ever-popular Holiday Marketplace to the very helpful Used Uniform Sale.

Through annual contributions and fundraising efforts, the St. Pius X Mothers’ Club donated $40,000 in scholarship funds to deserving students at St. Pius X. We also provide additional financial assistance to St. Pius X Students on an as needed basis throughout the school year and continue to build the Mothers’ Club Endowment Fund to serve future generations. We are proud of this $56,000 contribution toward student scholarships and assistance and hope to continue this strong investment in our students each school year.

The St. Pius Mothers’ Club invites you to participate in registration for 2023-2024 by filling out our Membership Form online.  Your dues will be charged either through your FACTS account or credit card, and the membership fee will be active for the 2023-2024 school year. Your membership fee is used to help fund scholarships, service projects, and activities.

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    The SPX Mothers’ Club has many ways for our members to come together in the spirit of fellowship, not just among themselves, but with the broader St. Pius X community as well.

    Mothers’ Club Ambassadors: Pairs a current SPX mom with a brand new mom to SPX to help them meet new people, get acclimated to the school, and answer any questions they may have.

    Mothers’ Club Social: Our fun yearly events allowing Mothers to gather together and socialize offsite in the spirit of friendship. Stay tuned to Newsletters for 2023-2024 Plans and check the Mothers’ Club Calendar for details!

    Sorority Guidance:  Alumnae of National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) organizations help senior girls planning to participate in college sorority recruitment with information about the process and letters of recommendation. Information Night is held in April.

    Sunshine & Sympathy: Sends cards and letters to those in the SPX community in need of remembrance or celebration (get well, sympathy, congratulations, etc.).

    Alumni Relations: Reaches out to the many moms who continue to be involved in the St. Pius community after their children have graduated, assisting with fundraising and service projects.

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    At the core of who we are is our ability to serve, not just the St. Pius X community, but the broader community as well. The St. Pius Mothers’ Club has many opportunities to help.

    Mother/Child Winter Service Day: Moms and students are invited to come work on any of the four service projects throughout the morning. SPX Students will receive one WOM credit for attending this service day.  Traditionally held the 1st Saturday of February.

    • Pillows for Pam: Make small pillows to give breast cancer patients at local hospitals. Volunteers with sewing machines are needed. This program honors the memory of Pam Haddad Miller, a ’72 St. Pius alum, alum parent and active member of Mothers’ Club.
    • Toiletries for the Homeless: A way to put all your extra travel sized toiletries to use. We will prepare several hundred toiletry packets for the St. Vincent de Paul Society to distribute at homeless shelters.
    • Project Snuggle Bug: Makes hand-tied fleece blankets for children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need.
    • Letters for Soldiers: Write letters to deployed family members from the St. Pius X community.

    Dresden School Supplies Drive: Collects school supplies to help stock the teachers’ closets at Dresden Elementary School for the coming year. The entire SPX community is asked to help if able.  Held February & March.

    Dresden Christmas Project: Coordinates Christmas gifts for Dresden Elementary School children in need. The entire SPX community is asked to come together and give in the spirit of Christmas. Held December.

    Dresden Service Day: Mothers’ Club helps coordinate students to volunteer to work along side the Dresden Elementary School community and receive a choice WOM credit.  Dates TBD.

    Blankets for Dresden: Mothers’ Club volunteers work with students to make blankets that will be used for the Christmas Project. Students are eligible for a WOM credit. Held October 14, 2023.

    Dresden Teacher Coffees & Luncheons: Mothers’ Club hosts two coffee gatherings and two teacher luncheons to show appreciation to the Dresden Elementary School teachers and to build community among the school family.

    Sorority Night– Tuesday April 23, 2024


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    Being a Catholic school, spirituality is a large part of who we are. So the Mothers’ Club offers many different opportunities for our members to come together and grow in faith.

    Mothers’ Club Prayer Group: This group provides uniform prayer support for the students, faculty and staff of the St. Pius community monthly at 8:15am on various Wednesdays in the chapel:  9/13/23, 10/18/23, 11/8/23, 12/13/23, 1/10/24, 2/21/24, 3/13/24, 4/10/24, 5/8/24

    This committee also gifts a hand crafted prayer tile to each Senior for Graduation, a wonderful remembrance of our school and a special project for all involved.

    Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: This group coordinates Adoration each Friday in the Chapel. Guardians are sought for one-hour time slots between 9:00am and 3:00pm during the school year. This is a joint effort through Campus Ministry and the Mother’s Club. Guardianship is open to Pius students, parents, grandparents and alumnae. If you would like to either be a permanent Guardian (ex. The 1st Friday of each month, 9-10am) or a substitute Guardian (sign up when available), please contact

    Mothers’ Annual Retreat: All moms are invited to attend this beautiful day of reflection and spiritual growth. Each year has a special theme and guest speaker. There will also be lunch and the opportunity for reconciliation. Join us on January 27, 2024

    Advent by Candlelight: Everyone is invited to attend this magical evening event that is both social and spiritual. A wonderful way to prepare our hearts and minds for the holy season of Advent (as well as for the busy holidays ahead!). This event brings together women of St. Pius X (moms, faculty, friends and family) for an evening of food and fellowship. Join us on the evening of SUNDAY, December 3rd, 2023 in the St. Pius Cafeteria.

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    Our school would not be what it is without the hard work of our faculty and staff. This is why Mothers’ Club is happy to provide a number of different opportunities to recognize their efforts.

    Faculty Birthday Cakes: One of our sweetest committees. Members of this committee provide a birthday cake (homemade or store bought) for a chosen faculty or staff member on their special day.

    Faculty Appreciation Lunch: Lunch is served buffet style for the faculty and staff on the afternoon that students are dismissed early for the PSAT.

    Faculty Christmas Party: Volunteers from the four parent organizations help the Development Office host the faculty/staff Christmas party. Mothers’ Club volunteers provide desert and aid in set up.

    Faculty Valentine’s Treats: The Mothers’ Club lays out special treats in the faculty dining room on Valentine’s Day.

    Teacher Enrichment Fund: Mothers’ Club provides a fund to be used as needed for non-covered expenses incurred by faculty and staff members during the school year.

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    WE NEED YOU!!  Mothers’ Club has numerous opportunities to get involved in leadership positions to continue our important and rewarding programs and events. We have volunteer openings as well as Chair Shadow opportunities. Our Shadow program gives you time to participate and learn all about how an event or committee activity is organized without the pressure of leading until next year. Any committee can be led as a partnership.

    Contact Jill Pierce, MC President, to discuss Chair or Shadow opportunities at

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    MOTHERS’ CLUB BOARD 2023-2024

    President – Jill Pierce

    President Elect – Christie Nerbonne

    Communications – Vicki Walker and Natalie Muir

    Treasurer – Christie Nerbonne

    Membership Chair – Camille Kesler

    Fundraising- Teresa Ebbs

    Dresden Liaision- Susan Renno

    Secretary – Jen Singh

    Faculty Liaison – Rachel Braham


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    To request facilities and equipment (tables, chairs, A/V gear, etc) – Please specify location, date, start and end times, and needs.  Email

    Financial Forms:


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    Our Mothers’ Club Dresden Partnership committee organizes an Annual School Supplies Collection Drive during Lent to help fill a great need at our neighborhood school. Since Dresden is a Title 1 school with mostly lower-income families, many students come to school with no school supplies at all. Needed items are often purchased by the teachers out of their own pockets. The generosity of our St. Pius families makes a tremendous impact on the students and teachers at Dresden.

    When: February 14 – March 29, 2024

    Where: Collection bins will placed in the HALL BEHIND CAMPUS MINISTRIES, in the CAFETERIA and in All THEOLOGY CLASSROOMS


    • Freshmen: #2 pencils, copy paper, black composition books, safety scissors, erasers, tissues, paper towels, hand sanitizer, liquid soap
    • Sophomores: colored pencils, Expo dry erase markers, box of 8 large crayons, box of 24 regular crayons, 4-prong pocket folders, Clorox wipes, Ziploc bags (1 gallon or quart size)
    • Juniors: #2 pencils, copy paper, black composition books, tissues, paper towels, pencil top erasers, hand sanitizer, liquid soap, Expo dry erasers
    • Seniors: colored construction paper, colored markers, white Elmer’s glue, glue sticks, large pencils, Lysol, baby wipes

    Gently used backpacks are always needed

    Jesus tells us in Matthew 25:39, “Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.”


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