EMS Clubs and Student Activities 2018-19
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Club/ActivityDescriptionSponsor(s) 2018-19Day and Location of MeetingsFirst Meeting Date
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3-D Design ClubStudents will design and create 3-dimensional models using 3-D print technology.Mr. Sechrist1st & 3rd Monday E177 Mr.Sechrist's Room10/1/18
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ABC ClubAnti-Bullying Club. This group will work on schoolwide projects designed to help everyone stop bullying behaviors.
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Art/Mural ClubStudents will learn the process of creating murals. Students will create and present their design concepts for approval and follow the stages necessary to create custom artwork for the school. All grades are welcome. Mr. EnzorThursdays Room E172 (Art Room)9/6/18
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BandNot really a "club," but definitely a student activity.Ms. Ewing
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Chess ClubChess is a fun game that incorporates many aspects of the learner profile: knowledgeable, inquirer, thinker, communicator, risk-taker, caring, principaled, open- minded, balanced, and reflective. This club fosters students' intellectual growth while having fun. Learn to play or improve skill level in playing chess. All levels are welcome.Mr. CallahanWednesdays in Room B132 (Ms. Ryan's Room)9/19
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ChorusNot really a "club," but definitely a student activity.Ms. Henry
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ColorguardColorguard is a non-musical section of marching band that provides visual aspects to presentations during parades and other performances.Ms. Ewing/Mrs. LankfordThursdays TBD
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Comic Art & Graphic Novel ClubThe Comic Art and Graphic Novel Club will study the art of comic books, graphic novels, animated movies, video games, and other forms of illustration. (Zombies/Monsters, Marvel/DC, Star Wars/Sci-Fi, Fantasy Creatures, and more!) We will discuss examples of various artists, draw our own comic characters, analyze examples of story boarding, and create our own comic stories. We will work in teams, and independently, having fun drawing different types of cool characters. We will save our artwork and publish it in many ways. Comic Book Movies, Drawing, Art, and having some fun is what this club is all about. We will watch movies based on these topics.Mr. Brundige9/27/2018
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Destination ImaginationThe purpose of Destination Imagination is to inspire and equip students to become the next generation of innovators and leaders. Teams learn 21st century skills: creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, citizenship and courage to build on their unique strengths. Ms. Smith/Mr. Brundige/Mrs. KeechInterest Meetings on Wednesday's in September after school-3:30 - More on FROG site
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Drama/TheaterNot really a "club," but definitely a student activity.Mr. Vitanovec
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Drumline - AdvancedStudents in Advanced Drumline use different percussion instruments as ensemble in order to perform in local parades and annual concerts. This ensemble is by audition.Mrs. Ewing
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Drumline - TrainingStudents in Training Drumline are in training to use different percussion instruments and prepare for Advanced Drumline.Mrs. Ewing
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FBLAFuture Business Leaders of America is a nationally recognized nonprofit educational association for students who are interested in learning more about the free enterprise system. The purpose of FBLA is to prepare members for careers in business and to assist them by becoming better employees and citizens. FBLA helps students develop leadership abilities, prepares them for entry into a business-related occupation, and offers a setting where members compete at regional, state and national levels in business and technology curriculum. The EMS Chapter is also responsible for operating the Panther Pride School Store. Ms. Green/Ms. Rochester3rd Thursday of each month Room B127- Mrs. Rochester9/20/18 from 2:30-3:15
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) FCA strives for Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence that flows out of a commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging young people to make a difference for Christ. All students are welcome to attend. You may visit fca.org for more information.Mr. Joe Giles/Ms. Melanie Dressler/Mr. Austin Basel
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Gardening ClubGardening Club is for students who love the outdoors and gardening. Students will assist in school beautification. Students will help grow and plant various types of plants. Ms. Haas/ Ms. BarryThur 2:30 to 3:15
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Geography BeeStudents will learn essential geography information and prepare for the GeoBee competition. The GeoBee competition will identify a local (EMS) Champion for potential participation in State and National Geography Bees.Mr. Keeler
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GSAGay-Straight Alliance is a student-led and student-organized club that aims to create a safe, welcoming and accepting school environment for all youth, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identityMs. HaehnlenThursdays 2:30-3:159/20
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Jazz BandJazz Band is for advanced instrumental students, by invitation to join. Students combine to play Jazz style music. Ms. Ewing
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Latin ClubMore info to comeMs. Kunz
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National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)NJHS promotes service, leadership, scholarship, character, and citizenship. Students are invited to join after quarter 2 of their 7th or 8th grade year if they meet nationally recognized standards.Ms. Stewart/Ms. Ryan/Ms. Jimenez2nd/4th Monday of each month in A107 (except 1st meeting of each quarter in Media Center)9/10 - Officers Only 9/24 - Full Club
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Panther NewsCreates, produces and broadcasts daily school news programs.Mr. Newberry/Mrs. Cook
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PixelsPixels is a digital photography club, open to students grades 6, 7 and 8 with an interest in learning techniques for taking good pictures. This club is directed towards digital photography in the 21st century and students will need to provide their own mobile device (cell phone, tablet, iPods) for use in this club. This club will focus specifically on photography with mobile devices and NOT on the use of digital cameras. Students will learn the mechanics of their device, basic techniques, and begin to explore photography as an artistic medium. Students will create a portfolio of work, and prepare for a gallery presentation in the Spring. Ms. Jimenez/Ms. Stewart1st/3rd Monday of each month in A1079/17 interest meeting
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Running ClubThe purpose of this club is for students to exercise and to learn healthy life habits. The goal is for students to train to jog/run/walk long distances. It will be a great opportunity for students to socialize after school in a productive way. The "running season" will continue until the weather no longer permits us to meet. Ms. Ryan/Ms. Mohan/Ms. HaehnlenEvery Wednesday (weather permitting) A106
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SGAStudent Government Association offers leadership opportunites for students and focuses on student life.Mrs. Miesse1st and 3rd Wednesday's of the month. 1st - Officers, 3rd - all members in room A-11 from 2:30-3:15September 12
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Soroptimist International's Dream It Be It Girls' ClubClub members will participate in the Soroptimist Society's Dream It Be It career exploration program specially designed for middle school aged girls.Ms. Mohan/Ms. Ryan
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STEM ClubThe STEM club has teams of students tasked with designing and building a robot to compete against other teams in a game-based engineering challenge, using Vex Robotics equipment.Mr. Sechrist2nd & 4th Monday E177 Mr.Sechrist's room10/8/18
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Talbot Goes Purple Club
Students will participate in school and local activities designed to support the goals of the Talbot Goes Purple project, combating the spread of opiate use in our community.Ms. Talbott/Mr. Newberry/Mrs. JohnsonEvery other Wednesday Starting 9/19 in C212Sept 10th
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Terrapin ClubFocused on raising diamondback terrapins, currently classified as a near-threatened species, for later release into the wild.Ms. Brohawn/Ms. FordStarting on Thursdays in October
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Volleyball ClubThe purpose of the Volleyball Club is to get interested students and teachers together to play a fun game of volleyball! Basic skills will be taught, but it will mostly consist of informal games.Ms. Buchkoski
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Yearbook ClubIn Yearbook Club, students how to design the EMS yearbook, take and/or collect pictures, and advertise for sales.Ms. Sorrell
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*Eligibility for participation is limited to students attending Easton Middle School who meet extra-curricular eligibility rules described in TCPS Policy - Code 9.12-AR
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