Service Activities


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Black Student Union

Moderator: Mr. Johnson
The Black Student Union of Salesianum School exists within the Salesian tradition to serve as a supportive and inclusive Black student community, committed to the call to Live Jesus. It provides opportunities for all students to increase awareness of Black culture with an emphasis on Black social, intellectual, political and spiritual traditions.
Location: A029
Meeting Time: 2nd and 4th Wednesday

Blue-Gold Club

Moderator: Mr. DiNardo
The purpose of this organization is to raise awareness about people with cognitive disabilities. All events directly benefit the Delaware Foundation Reaching Citizens with Cognitive Disabilities and the All- Star Football Game held in June. Students organize fundraisers and oversee the annual Blue-Gold 5K Run/Walk.
Location: TBA
Meeting Time: TBA

Interact Club

Moderator: Mr. Horn
The Interact Club at Salesianum School is a club that is sponsored in part by the Rotary Club of Wilmington-West. The members of the club focus on doing community service in both our local community of New Castle County, but also do work on an International project each year. The club elects officers who act as the governing body for the club. It is a great way to have fun and also earn service hours. The club is very active in a wide variety of activities. It is a great way to connect with local business and community leaders, who are often guest speakers at meetings. 
Location: Raskob Room
Meeting Time: 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 PM

Hermanos Unidos

Moderator: Mrs. Pavla Osborn
Hermanos Unidos exists within the Salesian tradition to create a safe, supportive, and inclusive Latino student community committed to the call to Live Jesus. It provides educational, cultural, and service programs and activities that relate to the past, present, and the future goals and aspirations of Latino people.
Location: A111
Meeting Time: 1st and 3rd Wednesday

Minutemen

Moderator: Mr. DiNardo
The primary function of the Minutemen is to provide service to the school in two areas: to facilitate traffic during change of classes, and to serve as hall assistants during their unscheduled time. A direct recommendation from the Dean of Students and Faculty invites eligible juniors and seniors to join this service group.
Location: TBA
Meeting Time: TBA

Salesians in Action

Moderator: Mr. Ryan
Salesians in Action are innovative leaders who have a unique and strong desire to serve our school and the broader community through inspiration, service, activism, and education. Salesians in Action have a passion for service and answering Jesus' call to "Feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, and comfort the maginalized," and inspire others through a positive example to do the same. Students will gather to discuss issues, create projects, and ultimately implement their projects by serving the community in a spirit of solidarity.
Location: Longwood Lecture Hall
Meeting Time: Wednesdays

Student Council

Moderator: Mr. Jackman
The leadership positions of our Student Council officers and Class officers are governed by the same academic and disciplinary eligibility as other activities. The following additional criteria must be satisfactorily met for a student to be a candidate and seek office:

  • Student Council candidates must submit 20 student signatures to the Student Council Moderator; 
  • Must be approved by the school administration; 
  • Student Council President and Vice-President as well as all senior class office candidates must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.60. 

Class Moderator

  • Senior Class Moderator: Mr. Dan Kegelman, Ms. Birkhead, Mr. Winchel 
  • Junior Class Moderator: Mr. Szaroleta
  • Sophomore Class Moderator: Ms. Saraco
  • Freshman Class Moderator: Mrs. Bryn Speers

Seeds of Service Program

Moderator: Mr. Ryan
The Christian Service Program is a mandatory requirement for accomplishing community service. In order to proceed to the following grade level, service requirements for that particular year must be fulfilled (10 hours in freshman and senior years, 20 hours in sophomore and junior years). All service requires a reflection paper.