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Sponsor/Supervisor NameClub NameDescription/MaterialsDatesTimesLocationFee
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Bickford Video gamesExperience co-op games with one another on party consoles (N64, Gamecube, Wii).Last Thursday of each month (March and Aprils times TBD due to Track)3:00p - 3:50pBickford's Science classroomNone
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WilenskyBackgammon ClubFour game setsThird Thursday of the month in Oct., Nov., Jan., Feb.3:00p - 3:50pClassroomNone
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TrujilloHoliday craftsCreate tree ornaments, holiday decorations and small gift ideasTuesday/Thursday in December3-3:50WoodshopNone
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Lodwick/LeightyGolf ClubLearn the fundamentals of golf; in April or May go to Hilton Denver Inverness golf course to drive, putt and chip (parents will need to transport their student to and from the golf course)Thursdays: September 28, November 30th, January 25th, March 15th; field trip to Golf Course in April or May3-4Part of gymNone
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Brewer/SternHoliday DIY - crafts and gifts -Meet several time during the year - Halloween, Thanksgiving, Valentines, Easter, Mothers Day to make fun crafts and edible giftsTuesday or Thursday before each holiday October 26, November 16, February 13, March 22, May 123:00p - 3:50pScience Room$10
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$2.00 per class
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CapenerPrayer ClubStudent initiated and student directed. Every Friday (no half-days)3:00-3:30 pmMrs. Capener's RoomNone
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PartridgePoetry WritingLearn how to write different types of Poetry. Tuesday/Thursday in January3-3:50Mrs. Partridge's RoomNone
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HerreraBoard Game ClubPlay new and classic board games with other students 2nd and 4th Monday of each month beginning Aug 8/28 3:00-3:50 TBDNone
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NovakHiking and Climbing ClubParticiapte in a few group hikes at nearby trails, and 2 climbing sessions and the Ridge Rec Center! (transportation provided by parents)climbing days TBD based on availability at the Ridge (will comunicate dates to kids when I have them) Non-hike meeting: 9/19 Hiking days: 9/21, 2/15, 5/103:00-5:00Novak's room, area trails and Ridge Rec centerTBD, but for climbing sessions about $10 per studetn.
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FrezaMonday Morning Math ClubPlaymath card games, logic puzzles and math "tricks"1st Monday of Month (Oct. to April) 10/2, 11/6, 12/4, 2/5, 3/5, 4/27:15 - 7:45Freza's classroomNone
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BurleySoccer ClubWatch some famous players, games, highlights. Have competitions with each other. Play some soccer!Sept 12, 19. Oct 24. Mar 13, 24Tues after schoolBurley room, outside, gymnone
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Fitterer/ FowlerHockey Fanatics ClubFollow your favorite team by looking up online stats, watching highlights, and having fun discussing different NHL rivalries. We will also plan a trip to an Avalanche/Wild game.Oct 2nd, Nov. 6th, Dec. 4th, Feb. 5th, Mar. 5th, Apr 2nd,May 7th Game TBD3:10 to 3:50Lower LabCost of game if student (and any family) chooses to attend
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Kring/PoortFuel to Play 60Play an active role in helping to make healthy changes to our schoolThursdays (starting date TBD)3:10 - 3:50Health room
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HornerCosemetologyAt each meeting a specific hairstyle and/or makeup and/or nails techniques will be demonstrated by students or videos. Students will have time to practice the technique with thier own suppliesTBD3:10-3:50Horner's RoomNone
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SundMath CountsNational math competition practice. Officials mathcount problem sets and possible Kahoots game (so bring a device - phones allowed)Friday mornings. September 1, 8, 15, 227:15 - 7:55Sund's roomNone
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GoodwinYoga ClubLearn and explore different poses and mindfulness exercises through tranitional classes and gamesEvery other Monday September- Second Week of May3:10-4:00Room 7 based on numbers$10 optional fee for personal mat, block, strap that they will keep
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Chapman/WeibelBe More Awesome Club (BMAC)BMAC is a community of kids who are dedicated to making the world a better place one prank at a time. Join in on our shenanigans as we learn about teambuilding, community outreach and the value of performing random acts of kindness for those who need it most.Meetings: 8/24, 9/7, 9/19, 10/5, 10/19, 11/7, 12/5, 12/19, 1/11, 1/23, 2/8, 2/20, 3/6, 3/22, 4/5, 4/17, 5/10, 5/22 Events: TBDTBDChapman's Room None- Just be prepared to bring random materials depending on the prank act of kindness :)
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SherwoodDrawing & IllustratingDraw, paint, and even illustrate cartoons or your own writing pieces. Students will need drawing pencils and erasers. Optional: waterbased paints, brushes, and specialty papers.1st Tuesday of each month. Starting date: October 3rd.3:10-3:40Sherwood's roomNo fee unless students need paints, brushes, and specialty papers. Cost TBD.
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HejdukOutdoor Fitness Hike, run, road, and/or mountain bike, etc. on local trails. Transportation provided by parents. First info meeting 9/19 at 3:10 in the social studies pod 3:30 - 5 pm 1st meeting - Hejduk's room None
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LeeverHarry Potter ClubStudents will be involved with reading, listening to audiobooks, discussing and creating writing pieces, artwork and snacks around all things Harry Potter!TBDTBD / at least every other weekTBD
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Bagnulo/LongbrakeRide to School DaysStudents will meet at the playground in Trailmark and ride to and from school. Ride will consist of road and some single track riding, with a section of road riding along Deer Creek Canyon Road. Student must have a functional bike and helmet.Fridays in August, September, April and May (weather permitting)7:00 AM (leave for school)- Return to park around 3:30Leave from and return location is the park next to the pond in Trailmark.None
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KosteckiVariety ShowThis will be a 7 - 8 week club that is also a fundraiser for science department equipment. Get experience and confidence on stage and in life. Help a worthy fundraiser and entertain the local community, make your parents proud!Thursdays in February and a show two weeks before spring break3:15 - 4:00CafeteriaNo fee
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SwansonChess ClubLearn to play or hone your stratigies. Also test your skills as we play four way chess.Tuesdays after school beginning September 5th3:00 - 3:45
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Berry/KowalskyBreakfast ClubStudents will participate in the cooking and eating of a monthly themed breakfast.2nd Wednesday of each month staring in Sept. 7:10 - 7:50FACS roomTBD each month
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RommelWEB (Where Everybody Belongs)8th grade leadership/6th grade transition program2 Wednesdays a month- one just 8th garders, one 6th & 8th during advise (admin approved)adviseTBD-- maybe cafeterianone
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HostetlerPhotographyWe will be taking pictures in surrounding areas. At our last meeting we willhave a gallery showing of favorite pictures.We will meet once in each season (4) and 1 and a final gallery showing3-4:00Office area to startnone
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Freeman/LodwickNJHSstudent organization that nonors students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Students organize events throughout the school, raise money to donate back to the school/other charities, and volunteer their time at least 20 hours per school year1st Tuesday of every month (9/5, 10/3, 11/7, 12/5, 1/9, 2/6, 3/6, 4/3, 5/1)3:00-3:45pmFreeman's roomnone, but there is an application process
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LoechellScience Girls ClubGirls only Monthly science club. I will invite scientists in to introduce their field and do activities with the girls (archaeology digs, astronomy nights, wildlife radio telemetry, etc). 1 Thursday/Month3-4:00Romchell's roomNone/TBD for
a larger field trip
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AtaderoOpen GymOpen gym for students to participate in team activities that are being offered in physical education. Designated Fridays each semester7:00 - 7:45GymNone
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MushetStar WarsStudents will be discussing some plot details in the 8 movies that have come out, writing origin stories for some of the characters, and any other ideas we come up for Star Wars!TBDTBD, will meet on a bi-weekly basis
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OKeefeFCCLAFamily Career and Community Leaders of America. Students learn about serving the community and competing in the Spring for State Events in life skills. Great opportunity for leadership.Wednesdays after Labor Day we will have our first meeting with dates for the entire year handed out at the meetingAfter schoolB155$15.00 to compete at State
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HannJazz EnsembleStudents will come together to learn the theory and performance practices of Jazz and Big Band music. All instruments welcome and encoraged (including voice!). Every Tuesday and Wednesday. Starting in January. Concert Dates: Wednesday, March 7th 7:00 PM and Wednesday, May 9th 7:00 PM.3-3:45Band RoomNone
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