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2023/2024 Clubs & ActivitiesSponsorMeeting DatesTimePlaceDescription
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Anime ClubTuesdays in April, May3-4:15pmWe will be sharing our anime-related items, watching anime episodes or movies, discussing anime, playing games, & maybe trying some anime-popular foods!
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Art Club (Limited to 30 students)Mrs. Smith/Mr. CassanoOct 10, 16, 17, 23, 247-7:55amArt Rm 2Arts & Crafts
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Broadcast Club Mr. Carlin & Mrs. Bevanall year longduring AchieveLMCStudents create & produce the weekly school announcements. Club may meet occasionally after school. This is a student-led club with real world experience working within deadlines, time management, and communication skills.
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Chess ClubTuesdays in April, May3-4:15pmNo experience necessary. All students and staff are welcome.
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Debate ClubMondays January- June7-7:55amStudents will explore the extraordinary territory of debating by learning how to debate, make influential statements and more.
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E-Sports ClubThursdays January- March3:15-4:45pmStudents will be playing rocket league and get to work with their teammates to be successful in school vs. school competitions.
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Game ClubThursdays January- March3:05-4pmBring a friend, choose a board game, & have fun!
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Gregory Gourmets (Limited to 20 students)Wed & Thu April3:05-4:30pmAll students who have a desire to cook, bake or learn new techniques.
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Mathcounts Club
Thursdays December -Feb3:05-4:15pmFor students who enjoy math & want to try more challenging math problems, or want to sharpen their math & problem-solving skills.
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Model U.N.Friday February - May7-7:45amAll students welcome. We will be practicing public speaking & collaboration skills through researching & debating human rights issues as they pertain to different countries around the world.
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Peer BuddiesMrs. Marsh/Ms. TharaldsonDaily, all yearin PE classGymsPeer Buddies connects students with disabilities & their general education peers, fostering friendships & leadership development for all. Students learn to add value to their school & society through inclusive actions.
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Pioneer LeadersFri 2nd thru 4th quarter7:15-7:55amThis is a great leadership opportunity for all students.
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Robotics (Competitive) 12 8th graders, 12 7th graders & 6 6th gradersTu & Th Oct-Feb Fri/Sat Tourney3-5pmDesign, build, code, test & compete with a squad of like-minded students in the VEX Robotics National Tipping Point competition.
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Running Intramurals (6th grade only)Mrs. GustafsonVarious days Sept- Oct3-4:30pmCommonsAn opportunity for 6th graders to practice running with the Cross Country Team.
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S.A.F.E.@GMS (Student Allies for Everyone)Mrs. Olaszek2nd & 4th Wed each month all year3-4pmRoom 112Student led club providing a safe place for students to celebrate the connection of LGBTQ+ & straight students while promoting respect, inclusion & tolerance.
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Science OlympiadOct-Feb per calendarmornings and afternoons availableThis is a fun STEM club featuring academic interscholastic competitions that consist of a series of different hands-on, interactive, challenging and inquiry-based events.
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Special OlympicsTrack & Field Tue & Thu in AprilTBDTo provide sports training & athletic competition for persons with intellectual disabilities, giving opportunities to develop fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy & share gifts, skills & friendship.
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Spelling Bee (Practice & Competition)January practice Competition Jan & FebA chance for students to show off their spelling prowess!
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Spring MusicalCasting in March Tech in April Show in Mayper calendarAll 6th, 7th and 8th graders interested in performing in a musical may audition. Tech Crew is open to those interested in "behind the scenes" work.
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STEM ClubWed & Thu in April & May3-4pmApplying science & engineering practices to solve problems.
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Student CouncilMr. Vellsonce month on Thurs all year7:10-7:55amRoom 208Student council is a group of student leaders (6th, 7th, & 8th) who work on projects and activities that benefit our school and local community.
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Teachers of Tomorrow (T.O.T.)Tues or Wed all year3:05-4:50pmFor students interested in a future career in teaching or exploring leadership opportunities at GMS.
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Ultimate FrisbeeWed in April- May3-4:30pmFocus on sportsmanship and fun while working together.
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World Cultures ClubTuesdays March-April3-4:15pmClub focus will be on students learning from one another about the language, food, music, art, and life of people from cultures around the world.
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Yearbook ClubMrs. Smith/Mr. Doucette1-2 meetings per month Oct-April7-7:55amRoom 101Students will be taking photos and learning how to arrange pages in the Yearbook.
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Young AuthorsDec thru Feb May CelebrationStudents submit essays, short stories, or poetry entries. Judged by students, teachers & parents. A ceremony for all participants is held in spring.
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