Club Registration - Fall 2019
Use this form to register for the Fall 2019 clubs of your choice. This does not guarantee your spot if the club capacity is exceeded. If there are too many students for a certain club, a lottery will be held. Clubs may be cancelled if the minimum number of students needed is not met. Clubs are held for students in 1st-12th grade.

The fall season will run for 12 weeks (Sept. 16 - Dec. 13). The cost is $60 which includes materials & supplies.

** Registration deadline is Wednesday, September 11 **

Please indicate your top 3 choices. If you have any additional questions please contact the office. The descriptions for each club is listed below.
Club Descriptions
Jr. Archers (1st-5th) - Jr Archer Club is for our Grammar students to get involved with our school's athletic program. They will support our athletes by making posters and banners advertising athletic events. They will sit in the student section at home games assisting the Spirit Crew with cheers and chants. They will also learn about Archers sports from our student athletes. Jr. Archers will meet with Ms. Lunetta on Wednesday after school.

Chess (3rd-5th) - Chess is one of the most rigorously analytical games. The purpose of the chess club is to provide students with the opportunity to play chess, learn about the game, learn good sportsmanship, and have fun. As a competitive and fun exercise, chess teaches students how to organize and evaluate information and to make good decisions. Club time will be spent primarily playing the game of chess, with some coaching and teaching of the concepts of good chess. Grammar Chess will meet with Dr. Hicks on Wednesday after school.

Spelling (3rd-8th) - The Scripps National Spelling Bee provides children with powerful lessons about language and its origins, learning, problem solving and public speaking. These experiences give them self-assurance to stand confidently on their own at music and theater auditions, class presentations, and interviews for scholarships and jobs. Once they sign up, students will receive a word list to study over the next couple of months. **Requires a registration fee of $160 for Scripps. Spelling Bee will meet with Ms. Parent every other week on Thursday.

Origami (4th-8th) - Origami is an ancient Japanese art of folding paper into beautiful objects. In this club, students will learn the basics of origami, such as signs, symbols and arrows to allow for the folding to be accurately followed and thereby can be duplicated independently. A few origami projects will be combined with watercolor and papercrafting. Origami Club will meet after school on Thursdays in Mr. Nolan's room (Room #313).

Knitting (5th - 12th) - Knitting is the process of using two or more needles to loop yarn into a series of interconnected loops in order to create a finished garment or some other type of fabric. Knitting has been around since the industrial revolution. The stocking frame or mechanical knitting machine was invented in 1589 by William Lee, an English clergyman. After receiving a pair of black stockings from William, Queen Elizabeth I ultimately declined to grant him a patent for his invention. Students will learn the basics of knitting with Mrs. Jones on Thursdays.

Spirit Crew (6th-12th) - The Spirit Crew will promote school spirit at athletic events. They will make posters and banners that advertise athletic events. They will lead the student section at home games with cheers and chants. They will also make the school announcements during lunch and earn community service hours by leading the Jr Archers. Spirit Crew will meet with Mrs. Wells on Wednesdays after school.

Chess (6th-12th) - Chess is one of the most rigorously analytical games. The purpose of the chess club is to provide students with the opportunity to play chess, learn about the game, learn good sportsmanship, and have fun. As a competitive and fun exercise, chess teaches students how to organize and evaluate information and to make good decisions. Club time will be spent primarily playing the game of chess, with some coaching and teaching of the concepts of good chess. There will also be opportunity for additional board games. Chess will meet weekly on Friday after school with Dr. Hicks.

Frisbee (6th-12th) - Ultimate Frisbee is a team sport that equalizes the playing field between boys and girls, high school and middle school, experienced and novice. It blends strategy and team play with conditioning and mental toughness. In addition, it is the only major sport that does not use referees and teaches the players to self-govern. Ultimate frisbee will meet with Coach McClallen on Fridays after school.

STEAM (7th-12th) - STEAM stands for Science Technology Engineering Art and Math. Mathematics is currently at the core of the STEAM club, the goal is to train students in all the above areas. The club supports the schools mission by enriching the foundational education in the arts and sciences through competitions, collaboration, and creativity. October CyberPatriot Practice, November CyberPatriot Round 1, December Math Olympiad, February Calculus Showdown. The STEAM club will meet with Mr. Starc on Thursdays after school.

Service (7th-12th) - The service club offers opportunities for students to organize projects, build character, and develop leadership. Its members will work together to better their school and build their community, creating habits in responsibility, friendship, and citizenship. Through service to others, students promote the core virtues of our school and practice their instruction in good character and civic virtue. Service Club will meet on Thursdays after school with Ms. O’Brien. Some Saturday work days will be available to members to earn community service hours.

Soccer (7th-12th) - Members of the soccer club will cultivate a better understanding and appreciation for “The Beautiful Game”. They will learn proper technique on the ball for dribbling, passing, and shooting. Points of strategy will also be presented, such as positioning on the field and passing sequences. Activities will include a mix of drills, possession games, and scrimmages. Soccer club will meet once a week after school on Wednesdays with Mr. Baker after school.

Jam Band (8th-12th) - Jam band will give a place for students to play music and learn how to play music with others. Also to play at events such as festivals, half-time at games, and at all school assemblies. Jam Band will meet once a week on Wednesdays with Mr. Stiglich after school.
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