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SAINT MARTIN ACTIVITIES & ATHLETICS
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Please Contact Ms. Mary Carney, Director of Student Life with Questions about Athletics and other activities. (216) 881-1689 ext. 318 or mcarney@stmdphs.org
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Anime ClubMr. AhlrichsStudents meet once every other week to discuss anime and watch anime.
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Art ClubMs. Brandi McCormickArt Club will work with developing stronger skills in various mediums. No artistic skills necessary just an excitement for creativity and fun!
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AthleticsMs. Mary CarneyFall Sports: Volleyball, Mens & Women's Soccer, Men's & Women's Cross Country; Winter: Men's & Women's basketball; Spring: Baseball, Softball, Men's & Women's Track & Field
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Blood DriveMs. Megan McGowanCoordinate 2 Red Cross Blood Drives for Saint Martin students and adults. Blood drives usually occur in October and in March. Students must 17 years to donate.
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CheerleadingCoach Kim HerefordCheer at the Men’s Basketball games & support other Saint Martin events. Meet 2-3 times/week to practice beginning in the fall and ending in the spring.
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ChoirMs. Vickey McBrideThe choir performs at the school masses & chapels as well as other outside events.
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Drama ClubMs. Julia Blanchard, Ms. Vickey McBride and Ms. Sam MusserTwo school productions each school year, in October and in April. There are needs for actors and stage crew members. There will also be other opportunities for members to share in an appreciation for theater.
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DrumlineMs. Jen Robinson & Ashley HawkinsPerforms at pep rallies, sports games, parades, and other events. Works on drum & percussion skills. Meets 1 to 2 times per week.
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Fit LionsMs. Jennifer Bistritz & Ms. Maria RamellaEach week, take part in different exercise and nutrition experiences. Yoga, zumba, kickboxing, nutrition class, and more will be offered.
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Flag FootballMr. Chip MartinFor Men Only. Sign up to take part in a 5 week flag football season for the fall.
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Garden InternshipMs. Raia ContractorFrom spring through the fall, students are chosen to be garden interns and work for the summer in our school's community garden. Students learn about the importance of gardening for community, healthy eating, and about other organizations (urban farms, gardening clubs, etc).
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Girls with SoleMs. Liz Ferro, Ms. LHS, & Shayla Morris '14MISSION STATEMENT OF Girls with Sole: Use free fitness and wellness programs to empower the minds, bodies and souls of girls who are at-risk or have experienced abuse of any kind. This is an awesome program that builds sisterhood. It is for Freshmen and Sophomores ONLY. We will be offering this every Monday for 12 Weeks.
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Glitter GirlsMs. Keri Wach & Breanay Clemons '18
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HighSteppingCoach Kim WhiteHighstepping Team practices 3 times per week and performs at different school events, parades, various community events, etc.
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Jewels & GentsMs. Alexis JohnsonService and leadership organization. Organizes all-school events such as Red Ribbon Week, Take Back the Night, Talent Show, Valentine’s Day Dance. Participates in service at nearby agencies on a regular basis.
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Men of Strength (MoST)Mr. Jimmy SmithFor Men Only. Builds on leadership by providing a community to discuss what it means to be male in our world today.
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National Honor Society (NHS)Ms. Mary Carney & Ms. Steph RienziNational organization for Juniors and Seniors. Must apply. In order to be accepted a student must show strong character, involvement in service, in leadership, and be in high academic standing.
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Adventure ExperiencesSign up to take part in monthly adventures after school to places around Cleveland. This will include kayaking, canoeing, hiking, biking, trampolining, ropes courses, snow-tubing, etc.
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Photography Club -- Multiple ExposureCleveland Print Room Photographers & Mr. Isaac Lorton8 week program for all students on either Tuesdays or Thursdays. Students will learn about the art of photography and how it is influential in telling a story. They will use instant photography methods, learning with professional photographers, and if a student achieves mastery, will receive a camera of their own.
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Project Snap ShotCleveland Print Room & Mr. Isaac LortonStudents go to the Cleveland Print Room once a week for 2 hours to learn about photography and take and develop photos. This is taught by a professional photographer. At the end of the time, students present a gallery show with their work for the public.
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Poetry ClubMs. Bridey ClarkExpress yourself through the art of poetry. Organize 2 poetry slams and attend area competitions and workshops.
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Prom Line-UpMs. Mary CarneyProm Line-Up takes place before Senior Prom. It takes place at Saint Martin. Juniors organize and plan this event for the seniors as their gift to the seniors
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Quake (Step Team)Ms. Keyoni RatesSaint Martin’s Step Team. Practices weekly and performs at various school events and participates in competitions, parades and other outside events.
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Robotics & ProgrammingMs. Lindsay AlexanderWorking with engineering students at Case Western Reserve University and John Carroll University, students will learn about robotics and computer programming both here at the school and also take trips off campus.
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Saint Martin Recruiting Force (SMRFs)Ms. Nancy Lynch & Mr. Ryan GillespieBe a school leader and ambassador. Host student visitors, give tours to school visitors, attend area schools as a Saint Martin representative, be a student representative at various school events.
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Boardgaming ClubMr. Tyler FlynnLearn and play chess after school. This club is also open to bringing in other board games to play.
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Student SenateMs. Bri Lazarchik & Ms. Mary CarneyBe a voice for the student body, plan all school events such as Spirit week, homecoming, pep rallies, crush week, field day, etc. Elections will be held in September for Senate seats and all are welcome to join as part of the General Assembly.
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Model UNMs. Kathleen MearnsThrough participation in Model UN simulations, students achieve global learning objectives. They are empowered to investigate the world, recognize different perspectives, communicate ideas to diverse audiences, and apply what they learn creatively during research, debate, and conference time. To participate in Model UN, school teams pick countries to represent in simulations of real UN committees. Adult advisors support students in researching and debating a variety of international challenges and their possible solutions.
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Women's CircleMs. Alexis Johnson, Ms. Monica Lawson & A'Bria Robinson '14A group to discuss women’s issues. This will be lead by some recent alums who will encourage
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LION SPIRIT ClubMs. Emily TennantGo cheer on your fellow Lions at various sporting and performance events. All you need is some school spirit and a willingness to support your fellow classmates.
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VolunteeringCampus MinistryHelp serve meals at St. Philip Neri or Moriah House, or go to UCP to help with special events and other events throughout the year.
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Yearbook ClubMs. Keri WachResponsible for creating the school year book, including taking pictures at school events, designing pages and promoting yearbook sales. No prior skills or experience necessary!
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Crew
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Quiz Bowl
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Wrestling
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Dance (Hip Hop, jazz, and more)
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