After School Club Description (Session 1)
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Name of teacher (s)Name of ClubDescription of Club (MUST HAVE AN THEME CONNECTION)What day(s) will you be meeting? (Tuesday, Thursday, or both days)What is the room number where the club will be meeting?Is the club open to middle school, high school, or both?
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moralesHOSApromote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.1st and 3rd Tuesday337High School
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MoralesAHECimprove knowledge of health careers, promote personal development and growth, and support the completion of education and career goals. 2 and 4 Tuesday337High School
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VargasSe Baila-DanceThe name of the club is ASI Se Baila! Students will learn how to dance the basic bachata, merengue and salsa steps. Students will perform at different multicultural events. We will meet twice a week and learn about the different styles of dancing from the Carribbean islands, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. We are looking for both girls and boys who are looking to have fun and get some exercise. This club will promote diversity and equity among all students. Both days393Both
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Tara FinneranArt/ Mural ClubTime to try new digital and fine arts projects, explore creative uses, work on or project.. possibly Mural/ installation art for the schoolBoth days165High School
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DillardMS VEX RoboticsWe design and build VEX robots for competition.
We will enter several competitions through the school year starting with the Oct. 27th one at ASI.
Robotics at ASI starts here!
Both daysMiddle School
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Bob PolselliHS VEX RoboticsWe are back to compete for another state and national championship in robotics! Let's get to work and build some robots! Students will work in teams to design, prototype, code, test, refine, and drive robots as we work to be the best we can be.Both days505High School
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WhithamApplication 911 College Club -- 12th Grade OnlyNeed help filling out your college applications or just need some time to work on them? Come to Application 911 College Club with school counselor, Mrs. Whitham (Nowik). You can but don't have to come every session. Come whenever you want time to work or need help.Both days3rd Floor GuidanceHigh School
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HahnMiddle School HomeworkStudents will receive assistance in completing homework and organizational skills. This will also include taking long term projects and breaking them into manageable portions to meet deadlines. Assistance will be provide in any subject area.Both days385Middle School
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PriharHigh School Homework Club/DetentionThis time will provide assistance to students who require additional support in any science-based class or other discipline. This can also be a time designated for students who have been assigned a detention.Both days333High School
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AltavillaEsports Club“Esports isn't the next big thing; it's the current big thing” (U.S. News). The FIFA-UEFA esports after-school Club is more than just playing video games. It can be used to help students grow their STEM interests and develop valuable life skills; and since there are more high school gamers than athletes, it gives students who haven’t been involved in a sport or activity in the past the opportunity to participate in a sport. Students will be able to utilize the growing esports field as a vehicle to dive deep into the value and role of marketing both from an academic and career perspective, while acquiring critically important STEM competencies such as collaboration and problem-solving that are needed for success in the workplace.Both days361High School
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Rhoden/KellyHistory of movement and bodies in motionStudents will learn about how the body moves. They will also learn about different cultures by exploring different dances and movements.Both daysLeture HallHigh School
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Rhoden/Kelly"Roots to STEM" Equity ClubStudents will be holding discussions and designing activities for whole-school advisory lessons in connection with ASI Equity committe to support the ASI Equity goal for MSAP. Both daysLeture HallHigh School
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FallonWeight lifting for off season athletesAre you an athlete in the winter or spring? Do you want to do some weight lifting training to get ready for your season? Come to weight lifting for Fallon! We can also do workouts depending on your interests. Both daysGymHigh School
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HelmkeSPOTLIGHT-Show ChoirFor Middle School students who love to sing and dance, and perform popular music.Thursday171/173Middle School
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SerwatowskiMiddle school Environmental ClubFor students who care about the environment and want to work together to make the school more green. Thursday316Middle School
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MoralesSkill 21 afterschool Thursday337High School
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DauchGSA (Gay Straight Alliance)Acceptance and Advocating of LBGT youth, Education on LGBT issues, Laws, and history. Thursday3rd floor counseling suite Both
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O'DonnellSAT Prep ClubStudents will work on specific question types, play SAT related games, and learn to recognize patterns to their test performance. ThursdayRoom 302High School
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Wallis JohnsonTri-M Music Honor SocietyHonor Society monthy meetingsThursdayRoom 500High school students who have been inducted into the honor society
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SerwatowskiHigh school Environmental ClubFor students who care about the environment and want to work together to make the school more greenTuesday316High School
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HelmkeModern BandAny instrumentalists and/or students who like to make beats using electronic syynthesizers or computer software are invited to join this very unique Instrumental Group. It will be studetn driven, especially with regard to the styles of music we choose to practice and perform. It can be Rock, or Pop, Hip-Hop or Jazz; the possibilities are numerous!!! So if you want to come and Jam Out once a week, then join Modern Band.Tuesday171/173Both
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TabsheyTUESDAYS WITH TABSHEY WORKOUT CLUBPart of keeping a sharp mind is by maintaining a healthy body. Club meetings will start with a weekly workout guided by Tabshey and then allow for 15-20 minutes of open gym, where you are free to work on your own personal fitness goals.TuesdayWeight Room BleachersBoth
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NorigeEmpowering Women Through STEMThis will allow a group of young women to come together to discuss womens issues in our STEM community and come up with solutions to those issues. We will learn how to support each other in different situations and provide support to women in the community through community service. We will focus on becoming empowered through learning. Tuesday343Both
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SchmitzerBook ClubStudents can gather together to express and converse about literature with their peers.TuesdayRoom 216Middle School
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Wallis JohnsonHigh School Show ChoirStudents will audition to become a member of this awesome high school performance groupTuesdayRoom 500High School
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HolystMiddle School PBISStudents will work together as leaders in school to promote a positive school climate and promote character development, through various activities throughout the year.Tuesday285Middle School
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HolystPoster Club/Card Games ClubClub members create signs and posters to promote upcoming events and general happiness. During club periods, students find ways to decorate the school with reminders as well as notes of kindness and inspiration! In our off time we will learn and play different card games.Tuesday285Both
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O'KeefeChess ClubStudents will play chess in order to streghten critical thinking and problem solving skills. Chess has been shown to help students improve testing scores as well as self-confidence, memory, and overall cognitive abilities. Tuesday304Both
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PriceBoard Games & Puzzles ClubParticipants will build STEM, literacy, numeracy, communication, collaboration, problem-solving and strategy skills through board games and puzzles.Tuesday 308Middle School
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SpencerHike to the Pike: Fishing and Hiking ClubStudents will explore their local communities and the natural world through the lens of fishing and hiking. Students will participate in tutorials on basic fishing 101 as well as exploring our surrounding environments through Geocaching/hiking. Interest in the outdoors and a willingness to have fun are a prerequisite.10 Students MaxBoth days218High School
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