Students and parents needing forms or more detailed information regarding Works of Mercy
should access the Student Handbook.
Because of more opportunities for service re-opening in the metro area, the Works of Mercy requirement for the 2021-2022 school year is returning to the normal requirement of five service projects for the school year. At least three of these projects need to be Works of Mercy projects. To understand the difference between Works of Mercy projects and choice projects, please see the Student Handbook.
Projects may only be turned in at this time via Google Form. Please follow the instructions on the Google Form for submission. We will also have more detailed instructions on the Campus Ministry PSL page. All the same questions are being asked of students as if it were a paper copy, just submitted digitally. Please make sure you check for a confirmation e-mail For the safety of all involved, we are testing a digital only turn in process. Please DO NOT bring hard copies of service project paperwork to Campus Ministry.
There are three turn-in dates students need to be aware of:
Tuesday, September 7th, 2021 - All summer service projects are due in the Google Forms by 11:59pm. Summer service projects are any project completed between May 4th - August 1st, 2021.
Monday, December 6th, 2021 - First semester deadline (at least three projects must be turned in by this deadline on the Google Form by 11:59pm).
Monday, April 25th, 2021 - Second semester deadline (remaining two projects - for a total of five - must be turned in by this deadline on the Google Form by 11:59pm).
Service At St. Pius X Catholic High School
As a Catholic school, rooted in Christ, the Catholic Church, and our school motto, we are committed to performing Works of Mercy and serving the greater community. Therefore, we require that our students complete the Works of Mercy service requirement as part of their formation at St. Pius X Catholic High School. Our motto, Domini Sumus - "We are the Lord's" (Rom 14:8) is an important reminder that we are called to be Christ to others, to be witness of the Gospel, and to serve those who are most in need by our actions and words. We bring God's love and compassion to those who are most in need when we reach out and perform Works of Mercy. We also serve the common good by performing performing service for the greater community.
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Service Award
Annually, Campus Ministry awards 1 student from each grade the Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Service Award. This award is given to the student in each grade that models the virtues of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta by demonstrating an ongoing commitment to service and performing Works of Mercy that far exceed the minimum requirements of the Works of Mercy Service Program.