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Announcments ClubMrs. ConnelyAll YearMondays -- Friday (AM)7:45 - 8:30Have you ever wanted to be a newscaster? Have you ever wondered what news casting is like? Come help produce the video version of the daily announcements.
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Art ClubMrs. RichardsonFall Group



Spring Group
Tuesdays3:50 -- 4:45Art club gives students who are interested in art an opportunity to come together, make new friends and have fun while learning about art techniques.

Please sign up for just one group please.

*$25. Fee required for purchase of materials / supplies
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Battle of the BooksMrs. LibraAll YearEvery other TuesdayLunchA fun, team based competition. Students read from a list of 16 books and compete against students and teacher teams to answer the most questions correctly. The top school team goes to the district competition in March.
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Foreign Language ClubMrs. SmithAll YearThursdays3:45 -- 5:00Have you always wanted to travel to a foreign country to experience its unique language, customs, and foods? Culture Club brings these experiences to Silver Hills every month on Thursday in room A114. Membership is open to all grade levels. Come join us early in the school year, as space is limited.
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Geography BeeMr. Scott2nd QuarterFridays4:00 - 5:00Students explore regional and world geography in an attempt to better understand the complex global government and political cooperation and strife on our planet
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Homework HelpersMrs. BoydAll YearWeekdays7th Grade LunchWelcome to 7th Grade Homework Helpers! Are you having trouble with some homework or need help with some classwork? Are you trying to prepare to redo a test and need some guidance for the retake? Are you having a hard time finishing a project or other work that you need more explanation on.....well, come on down to A107 during 7th grade lunch and get the help you need from other students in your classes and Mrs. Boyd. The items you need are: a pass from Mrs. Boyd, your class supplies and your smart brain and we'll work it out! Please see Mrs. Boyd if you need additional assistance after school and arrange a time with her personally. Homework Helpers is offered one to two days a week after school....make an appointment now! Hope to see you there! :)
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Intramural BasketballMs. Bettcher and Ms. SchmidtJanuary and February3rd Quarter Everyday but Wednesdays4:00 - 5:30Intramural co-ed basketball is a fun and recreational activity for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to exercise and learn fundamental skills with friends.
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Intramural FootballMr. Dakota coxApril and MayFridays3:45 -- 6:15Intramural co-ed flag football is a fun and recreational activity for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to exercise and learn fundamental skills with friends.
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Intramural SoccerMs. Roberts and Mrs. Schmidt1st QuarterTuesdays and Thursdays3:45 -- 5:30Intramural co-ed soccer is a fun and recreational activity for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to exercise and learn fundamental skills with friends.
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Intramural VolleyballMrs. JacksonOctober to Early NovemberMonday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (All PM)3:50 - 5:50Intramural coed-volleyball is a fun and recreational activity for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to exercise and learn fundamental skills with friends.
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Math CountsMrs. EhrlichStarts in NovemberThursdays3:45 - 4:30Do you enjoy math? Do you enjoy solving difficult problems with the help of others? Do you want to push the mathematical limits? Do you want to put your skills to the test in completitions with others? If so, Math Counts is for you!!
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TSAMr. Wedermyer, Mrs. Lajevardi, and Mr. PhilippusAll YearTuesdays3:45 -- 4:30The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathmatics (STEM). TSA's membership includes over 233,000 middle and high school students in approximately 2,000 schools spanning 49 states. TSA is supported by educators, parents, and buisness leaders who believe in the need for a technologically literate society. Memebers learn through exciting competitve events, leadership opportunities and much more.
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National Junior Honor SocietyMrs. Peoples and Ms. WilsonAll Year 7th & 8th Grade only2nd Wednesday each Month7:30-8:20Students are invited to be a part of NJHS for being models of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. Once members, students develop leadership skills through participating in 10 hours of community service (4 for SHMS and 6 in the community).
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Run ClubMrs. Libra and Mrs. Roberts All YearSept. - March Tuesdays March-May Tuesdays and Thursdays3:45-5:00Run Club plans activities that promote healthy students that develop a life-long passion for being active through running.
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Scrap PackMrs. Klein and Ms. CoontsAll Year3rd Thursday of each month3:45-4:30pmThe scrap pack will focus on making hand made cards that can be used to inspire and support others with messages of inspiration and hope. We will focus on both the craft of making the cards and the importance of the message within.
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Spelling BeeMrs. FoxDecember 3 - January 28Thursdays7:45-8:15amPlan for the district spelling bee and state bee.
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Spirit ClubMrs. Romero and Ms. WilsonAll YearMorning of Holidays & other times through out the year7:45 - 8:20This club works to promote school spirit amongst the students, parents and staff of Silver Hills.
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Student CouncilMrs. DeLaney and Mrs. RiderAll Year (6th Grade Only)DailyDuring 6th Grade LunchA club designed to help students become leaders through a process of service to their peers and the community around them.
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TED-EdMrs. Moncada and Mr. FigurinAll Year2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month7:45 -- 8:20This new club invites independent thought and the sharing of ideas about technology, education, and design and our roles in each. We will view TED Youth Speeches and discuss freely our connections, ideas, and responses.
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YearbookMrs. ConnelyAll YearDaily7:30 -- 8:15Yearbook staff is a committed, independent, interested group of students 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Students will complete an application to be considered for this exciting and important job!
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Origami ClubMrs. DelaneyAll YearThursdays3:45-4:45Students of all levels practice the Art of Origami
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Game ClubMr. OrsiniAll YearThursdays4:00-6:00A place for students and their friends to play card, comuptor, or board games together. Bring your own games if you would like, but there are some fun classic games for your use.
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Anime ClubMr. OrsiniAll YearTuesdays3:50- 4:30Enjoy watching and drawing anime throughout the year with other students. Come learn to draw and also find some new show to watch.
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