Middle School Robotics
Middle School Robotics Club members trade flex time for building time. Lance Clark and Glynes Hill recently spent time tinkering in the NuVu Design Studio. The duo enjoyed working with the same set-up as members of the First LEGO League Team.
Why Middle School Sports?
“This is the first time they put on an official school jersey, giving them the chance to represent the Knights with pride. Middle School sports teaches them to be good athletes and prepares them well for varsity.” Coach Brenna Perez says Middle School sports are pivotal in a young athlete's life.
Knights’ flag football gives fifth and sixth graders an introduction to the basics of football and what it means to be a school athlete. The team takes to the field again on Saturday at 8 am and 9 am after coming off of a winning weekend at their last outing.
The Middle School football team is comprised of seventh and eighth graders eager to develop skills and talents in preparation for varsity level action. These students played their first home game against Most Blessed Sacrament recently coming up short with a final of 16 to 6. We look forward to the rest of the season.
The Middle School cross country team hits the road this weekend for the Battlefield Run in Port Hudson.
In addition, the Middle School swim squad has already made a splash. At a recent meet the girls swam for first and the boys placed fourth. Episcopal earned 13 overall top ten swims.
Want to be a part of the Middle School action?
Now is the time to sign up for Middle School basketball, soccer and wrestling. Contact the coaches now to get involved.
Go Middle School Knights!