Clubs & Organizations
Assists the young people of the parish in the promotion of organized athletics with the goal of teaching good sportsmanship, respect for the rules, authority, and self-discipline among participants. Coach teams in baseball, softball, volleyball, basketball and soccer. Have fundraisers to provide uniforms and pay for the use of playing fields.
Meetings - 3rd Monday of the month in the School Cafeteria @ 7:00PM
Contact Kevin Carpentier
Troop 713 has the longest history in North County. We welcome all boys ages 11-18 and adult leaders to join our year-long program with the following aims of scouting: to build character, to foster citizenship, and to develop fitness with the goal of helping boys develop into honorable men while following the Scout Oath of duty to God and country, duty to others, and duty to self. Scouts have many opportunities to learn skills of leadership, of the outdoors, and of life while advancing at his own pace through the Scouting ranks. Troop 713 is active in the community through various service projects such as Scouting for Food, leaf raking, parish festival cleanup, Doughnut Sunday, Valley of the Flowers clean up, and numerous Eagle Scout projects. Members of Troop 713 participate in at least 5 camp-outs each year and Troop 713 has been well represented during district events.
Troop 713 meets every Wednesday at 7:00pm. Come join us!
Contact Terry Morris, Scoutmaster
Cub Scout Pack 797
The Cub Scouting program is a year-round family program designed for boys in the first through fifth grades or ages 7-10 years old. The purposes of Cub Scouts is to develop character, spiritual growth, good citizenship, sportsmanship and fitness, family understanding, respectful relationships, personal achievement, friendly service, fun and adventure and to prepare them to enter Boy Scouts. Individual Den meetings vary from once a week to once a month. A pack meeting for all of the dens and family members is held usually on the second Friday of each month. The committee includes parents of the boys in the pack and members of the chartered organization.
Contact Kim Nugen, Cubmaster
Each fish fry is "sponsored" by classes at St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Grade School. The sponsoring class provides workers to assist busing tables and wiping them down, and monitoring trash cans. All other families in the assigned classroom who are not available to work are asked to send a dessert for the dessert table.
Contact Joe Eaton
Develop Christian values in young women and girls. Provide opportunities for them to build confidence, esteem, character and career focus.
Meetings determined by each group.
Contact Jacquie Winston
Home & School
The membership of the Home and School Committee (H&S) shall consist of the parents and guardians of the students of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne School and the faculty and staff of the school.
The objectives of the Home and School shall be:
To promote open communication among the parents, teachers and administration.
To promote goodwill and cooperation between and among parents, faculty, administration, School Board and the parish of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne.
To direct and coordinate parental support to St. Rose Philippine Duchesne School through assistance activities, social functions and fundraisers.
Home and School meeting are held on a monthly basis in the school cafeteria. (approx. the second Wednesday of the month.) At several meetings throughout the year there will be a topic of discussion for the evening and/or a guest speaker. There will always be an open forum for the additional of topics anyone would like to discuss. All are welcome.
Contact School Office at 314-921-3023
These ladies practice their skillful art in quilting to produce quilts that can be raffled as a fundraiser for the parish. They also accept tops to be quilted for private individuals.
Meetings - Weekly, Monday 9:30 AM -12:30 PM & Wednesday 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM in Parker Road schoolroom.
Contact Peggy Decker
Participate in annual Variety Show by singing, acting, dancing, comedy acts, playing musical instruments, helping with props, scenery, sound equipment, lighting, stage hands, etc. Must be in 8th grade or older. Show is performed in late April. We provide on the job training. Meetings as required.
Contact Connie Hartwell or Peggy Baker