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Cub Scouts​

"Cub Scout Pack 414" was founded in the mid-1950s and has been sponsored by Blessed Sacrament Cathedral ever since.

Scouting involves monthly Pack meetings for boys in grades K through 5 primarily during the school year. In addition, Den meetings  will also be held. Dens are smaller groups comprised of boys in the same grade.  Scouting involves many activities (e.g. camping, Pinewood Derby), along with local service projects (e.g. Scouting for Food). One of the strongest aspects of Cub Scouting is a structured rank/award system. Parent volunteers assist with all pack activities.

For additional information or to join Cub Scout Pack 414, please contact Cubmaster John Schlesman at yoschles@comcast.net."


 Girl Scouts

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For additional information or to join Girl Scouts, please email your questions to: girlscouttroop21871@hotmail.com​

​Girl Scout Troop 21871 meets twice a month from 2:45 pm to 4:30 pm based on the academic calendar of Aquinas Academy.

There are currently 32 participants at four levels of participation: Daisies (kindergarten and grade 1), Brownies (grades 2 and 3), Juniors (grades 4 and 5), and Cadets (grade 6). Parent volunteers assist with the troop activities.

All levels complete service projects, Journeys, and badge work. Catholic and religious emblem awards are presented at various times throughout the year. More information will be forthcoming at the beginning of the academic year.

 Noetic Learning Math Club

​The Noetic Learning Math Contest (NLMC) is a semiannual problem solving contest for elementary and middle school students. The goal of the competition is to encourage students' interest in math, to develop their problem solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math.

During the contest, students are given 45 minutes to solve 20 problems. Many problems are designed to challenge students and to enrich their problem solving experiences.

​The contest is for students in grades 2-8. Teachers in any public school or private school are encouraged to register their students.​