Clubs & Organizations

STUDENT ACTIVITIES PHILOSOPHY

Rayne Catholic believes the opportunity for participation in a wide variety of student-selected activities is a vital part of the student’s educational experience.  These experiences contribute to the development of learning skills and emotional patterns that enable students to make maximum use of their education.  Participation in activities is a privilege which carries with it responsibility to the school, to the activity/organization, to the student body, to the community and to the individual student.

Rayne Catholic’s student activities are considered an integral part of the educational program providing experience that will help to develop young men and women physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally.

Participation in these activities should complement, and not interfere with, the curriculum.  Also, conduct grades will be used to determine if a student will be allowed to participate in extra-curricular activities.

The school reserves the right to prohibit students from taking part in extra-curricular activities until academic and/or conduct grade has improved.  A student who is absent from school cannot participate in an extra-curricular event that day.

Students missing more than 3 hours of a school day will NOT be eligible to participate in any extra-curricular, co-curricular, or athletic activities held on that day nor on the weekend should the absence occur on a Friday.

CLUBS and ACTIVITIES
Rayne Catholic Elementary attempts to provide activities in sufficient number and variety to appeal to all talents and interests.  These activities are considered an integral part of the school’s program of education and are consistent with Rayne Catholic’s philosophy of developing the total person.  Every student is urged and encouraged to participate in these activities and thereby profit by the experience and enjoyment which participation in them can bring.

Students have the privilege of joining the school’s organizations and thereby accept responsibility of familiarizing themselves with the constitution, rules, regulations of each organization of which they are a member.

Student Clubs, Co-Curricular and Extra-Curricular

Altar Servers

Campus Ministry

Choir

Exercise and Nutrition Teams

Facilities Team

4-H Club

Gardening/Farming Club

Greeters, Tour Guides

Jr. BETA

Library Club

Recycling

Student Lighthouse Team

Technology Club

Theater

Yearbook