USJ parents play a key role in the success of USJ. From volunteering to prepare the football field before a game, above, to serving on the Board of Trustees to working at the annual Holiday Mart, parents are involved in the school at all levels.
Members of the Board of Trustees meet each month.
The Bruins Club supports the total athletic program at USJ by providing funds for many extras that our athletes need. Besides revenue from its annual Super Booster membership drive, the Bruins Club earns a significant portion of its income from operation of concession stands at USJ home athletic events. In recent years, projects funded by the Bruins Club included irrigation systems for athletic fields, and a new spring sports concession stand with restrooms.
The Arts Guild supports the Fine Arts at all grade levels. The Guild provides support for numerous plays, musicals and art festivals, as well as providing summer scholarship opportunities for deserving students and continuing education for faculty. The Guild also buys additional music and art equipment and supplies.
The USJ Parents Club, which supports the school in many ways, has one major fund-raiser each year: the Holiday Mart, which is always the weekend before Thanksgiving. Besides raising money for many school needs, the Parents Club supports the teachers through projects and a network of room mothers.
All parents, staff, and teachers are invited to join the monthly discussions of the Parents' Book Club. Find out more so you can start reading!
Moms In Prayer International is two or more moms who meet for one hour each week to pray for their children, their schools, their teachers, and administrators. Mothers, grandmothers, or anyone who is willing to pray for a specific child and school is invited.
Moms in Prayer at USJ meet every Wednesday from 8-9 a.m. If the weather is nice, the group meets at the Prayer Garden behind the USJ high school gymnasium. Otherwise, the group meets in the football field house, which is to the right of the football stadium. For more information, call Amy Dougan - 731-431-4838, Jennifer Hamm - 731-609-6994, or Heather Miller - 731-217-3482.