Payment for clubs will occur through the online payment system. Once students have confirmed their membership in a club, parents/guardians will receive an email with directions on how to pay through their school accounts.

Watch this page for upcoming clubs as the year progresses.

 

Leadership Club

Students learn about and practice skills that improve their leadership capacity, for example, public speaking and project management. Leadership students apply these skills towards planning and implementing school wide initiatives.

Monday lunch in Mrs. Wolframe’s room (#2120)

Open to students in grades 7-9

 

Yearbook Club

Open to students in grades 4-9

Thursdays at lunch in Ms. Franklyn's room 2165

 

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

A safe place for students to gather and discuss human rights issues, inclusivity, and diverse populations.

All students are welcome, grades 4-9

Meetings on Wednesday at lunch in Bolivar’s room 1094. Bring your lunch!

 

Jazz Band

Open to grades 7-9

Meet in the band room Tuesday & Thursday at lunch

Jazz Band is currently having their first meeting. See Ms. Thomas if interested!


Challenge Club

Open to grades 4-9

Tuesday at lunch in Room 2140

In this club we work on puzzles and problems to develop logical thinking.  There is an opportunity in November to participate in a National Competition.  Eat lunch, do puzzles, have fun, and be challenged.  Anyone interested in participate in other math contests throughout the year can also come to this club and talk to Ms Viola about those opportunities. 

 

Eco Club

Come and join us for our environmental Eco Club Wednesdays at lunch. Let’s make a change! All grades are welcome join in room 1108


Book Club

Where: Learning Commons

When: Wednesdays from 3:10-4:00 PM

Dates: January 29th - March 11th

Who: Grades 5 - 7

In this club, students will be reading six novels that have been nominated for the 2020 Rocky Mountain Book Award (https://rmba.info/). Each week, we will have a book club talk in the Learning Commons to discuss the novel of the week.

The "Novel of the Week" schedule is as follows:

Wednesday, January 29th No Fixed Address by Susin Nielsen

Wednesday, February 5th My Deal with the Universe by Deborah Kerbel

Wednesday, February 12th Sweep by Jonathan Auxier

Wednesday, February 19th Call of the Wraith by Kevin Sands

Wednesday, February 26th Missing Mike by Shari Green

Wednesday, March 4th Ebb and Flow by Heather Smith

Wednesday, March 11th The Final Vote

Students are expected to have read the novel before the book club talk, so they cancontribute to discussions.

It is the responsibility of the student to gather these novels. We recommend checking out your public library for these titles.

In true Book Club fashion, we are hoping to have some snacks to enjoy as we discuss the books. If you would like to contribute, please have your child bring snacks.


Clubs

Payment for clubs will occur through the online payment system. Once students have confirmed their membership in a club, parents/guardians will receive an email with directions on how to pay through their school accounts.

Watch this page for upcoming clubs as the year progresses.

 

Leadership Club

Students learn about and practice skills that improve their leadership capacity, for example, public speaking and project management. Leadership students apply these skills towards planning and implementing school wide initiatives.

Monday lunch in Mrs. Wolframe’s room (#2120)

Open to students in grades 7-9

 

Yearbook Club

Open to students in grades 4-9

Thursdays at lunch in Ms. Franklyn's room 2165

 

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

A safe place for students to gather and discuss human rights issues, inclusivity, and diverse populations.

All students are welcome, grades 4-9

Meetings on Wednesday at lunch in Bolivar’s room 1094. Bring your lunch!

 

Jazz Band

Open to grades 7-9

Meet in the band room Tuesday & Thursday at lunch

Jazz Band is currently having their first meeting. See Ms. Thomas if interested!


Challenge Club

Open to grades 4-9

Tuesday at lunch in Room 2140

In this club we work on puzzles and problems to develop logical thinking.  There is an opportunity in November to participate in a National Competition.  Eat lunch, do puzzles, have fun, and be challenged.  Anyone interested in participate in other math contests throughout the year can also come to this club and talk to Ms Viola about those opportunities. 

 

Eco Club

Come and join us for our environmental Eco Club Wednesdays at lunch. Let’s make a change! All grades are welcome join in room 1108


Book Club

Where: Learning Commons

When: Wednesdays from 3:10-4:00 PM

Dates: January 29th - March 11th

Who: Grades 5 - 7

In this club, students will be reading six novels that have been nominated for the 2020 Rocky Mountain Book Award (https://rmba.info/). Each week, we will have a book club talk in the Learning Commons to discuss the novel of the week.

The "Novel of the Week" schedule is as follows:

Wednesday, January 29th No Fixed Address by Susin Nielsen

Wednesday, February 5th My Deal with the Universe by Deborah Kerbel

Wednesday, February 12th Sweep by Jonathan Auxier

Wednesday, February 19th Call of the Wraith by Kevin Sands

Wednesday, February 26th Missing Mike by Shari Green

Wednesday, March 4th Ebb and Flow by Heather Smith

Wednesday, March 11th The Final Vote

Students are expected to have read the novel before the book club talk, so they cancontribute to discussions.

It is the responsibility of the student to gather these novels. We recommend checking out your public library for these titles.

In true Book Club fashion, we are hoping to have some snacks to enjoy as we discuss the books. If you would like to contribute, please have your child bring snacks.


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