Virtual Clubs

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Club Descriptions


    Club Name

    Club Description

    Club Time

    Madden for Xbox and PS

    Students will have the opportunity to play Madden and discuss the games with one another. Students MUST have an Xbox or PS in order to join this club.

    10:00 - 10:45

    Future Business Leaders of America

    Students will enhance leadership skills and be provided with career exploration opportunities. Students will also organize and promote school wide career exploration events. Opportunity to participate in regional, state, and national competitions including networking with other middle school students.

    10:00 - 10:45

    Music and Society

    My club would discuss how music influences society or rather society influences the music industry.  Fashion, political issues, community woes and other contributing factors have been known to have a voice in music.  What does the music of today say about our community and world and how does that differ from the past. 

    11:00 - 11:45

    Chess Club

    Chess club would teach students the individual pieces on a chess board as well as strategy when playing chess. Students learn about critical thinking and planning their moves two or three steps ahead of their opponent.

    10:00 - 10:45


    The Scouting Club will help you try new things, provide service to others, build self-confidence, and talk about the difference between right and wrong (ethics). In this Club we will learn some of the basics of wilderness survival and how to enjoy being in the outdoors while camping, climbing, cooking, hiking, and navigating. We also will explore other traditional activities involving patriotism, citizenship, and exploring the world around us. 

    10:00 - 10:45

    Flight and Space Club

    Have you ever considered flying a plane? Becoming a fighter pilot? In the Aviation club, you can learn how planes fly, the history of flight, and careers in flying.  What makes a helicopter fly? Can people live in space? Is there life in other solar systems? Join us to learn more.

    11:00 - 11:45


    In MathCounts, students will get to work together to solve challenging math problems. We will look at exciting types of math that you don't always see in your core class and learn problem-solving strategies. We will play games and have fun competing with each other in teams. Students in this club will have a chance to participate in the Regional MathCounts competition in February. .

    10:00 - 10:45

    Hip-Hop/Reggaetón Music Club

    In the club, we would study the history of said music and the musical elements (rhythm, timbre, etc.) that make them up.

    10:00 - 10:45

    Baking Club

    Baking club would be designed to foster the hands-on creativity of students who enjoy baking and cake decorating. Students will study baking and decorating videos for inspiration and best practices. Students will have the opportunity to bake for their loved ones, and, hopefully for the school - contributing to fundraising efforts as well - connecting with the larger community by eventually selling baked goods at farmers’ markets.

    10:00 - 10:45

    How to be Well on Wednesdays

    Leading discussions with students on how to optimize their time and effort to being well.

    11:00 - 11:45

    Creative Writing

    Students will be given the opportunity to write their own stories, poems, etc. and share them with the peers to critique/ give feedback on according to specified guidelines

    11:00 - 11:45

    Cursive Club

    The Cursive Writing Club is designed to help students who are interested in learning how to write in cursive or  to improve how they write in cursive.  Students will practice writing the alphabet in cursive. Then write sentences in cursive.

    11:00 - 11:45

    Dance Club

    Dance Club would be designed to open a platform for all who enjoy the art of creating, watching, or practicing dance and its different dance techniques. The club will focus on the dance interests of each member and group those interests to produce dance combinations or sequences, dance for fitness, and analyze all that goes into choreographic pieces.



    This club will give students the chance to experience different types of books and discuss how they are different and what we like/dislike about each one!


    Battle of the Books

    A competitive bowl-style tournament in the Spring, where students answer trivia questions based off of a predetermined list of books. If it's possible, I would also like to offer a less formal, non-competitive "book club" where students can come just to share their thoughts about whatever they have been reading lately. 




    Movement will focus on physical and mental well-being. Students will have the opportunity to try different exercises (e.g. yoga, taebo, strength & agility, etc.)


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