2019-2020 RMS Clubs
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SponsorName of your clubDay you will meetTime you will meetLocation to meetClub Description
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Mrs.LindsayAnime Comics and CosplayMondaysMondays 3:45 - 4:30. Starting Sept. 9th.P4BAnything and everything related to Anime, Art, Comics, and Cosplay
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Ms. DavisBible Study ClubFridays 7:45 AM464Come study scripture and spend time worshiping with fellow Panthers. Student led.
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Mr. Jansson/Mr. JonesBoard Game ClubEvery other Thursday3:45-5pm532Join us for a place where you can either learn to play board games, learn to get better at playing them, or just to beat your friends!
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Mrs. KayBook Club2nd Wednesday of the month beginning in OctoberLunchLibraryWe have grade level book clubs that decide on the activity. Sometimes we read a book together, and sometimes we just talk about the book each person is currently reading. This year will be the best ever.
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Mrs. KayBooks to MoviesTBAAdvisoriesLibraryThe club will read a book and discuss at weekly meetings. After the discussions, the club will take a field trip to see the movie adaptation of the book. Students must attend a minimum number of meetings to attend the field trip.
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TBAChess ClubCome hang out with other chess players and enjoy a game or two.
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Ms. ValdiviaCreative Writers ClubThursdayEvery other Thursday, starting September 26th. 3:45-4:30room 466We write and we share our writing in a postive atmosphere. Goals: Have writers come and visit us and work on a literary online magazine for our school.
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Mr. Barragan and Mr. BartleyE-SportsTBD3:45-4:45pm312First meeting TBD. Ever thought about playing video games competitively? Then this is the team for you! All skill levels and grade levels are welcome. This will be our first year, so we’ll be building the foundation for a league with other schools in Round Rock ISD.
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Mr. BartleyEngineering/Robotics ClubThursdays3:45-4:45800Students can work with robotics sets, rockets, (No) CO2 cars, circuit boards, woodworking, and much more. Themes will be announced throughout the year. We also do service projects using the 3D printer to solve issues around the school.
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Ms. Westcott French ClubTuesdays3:45-4:45Portable 1BThe French Club is a social club focused on French culture and language for students of all levels. ... French club provides a cultural experience and a comfortable environment for students to socialize, have fun, and learn.
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Mrs. DuvallGardening and Outdoor Art ClubEvery Monday starting September 9thWeekly, Mondays 3:35-4:45pmRMS Garden + Art Room 540Students will learn basic organic gardening skills and work together to maintain the RMS school garden. They will also collaborate on service learning projects and design original artworks for outdoor display in the garden. Gardening and Outdoor Art Club is for 7th and 8th grade students. Be prepared to get your hands dirty!
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Ms. DuvallI AM MEFridays3:35-4:45pm540Student led Gender-Sexuality Alliance that provides a safe and supportive environment for ALL students.
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Ms. NunnallyI am Norm Jr.TBA3:45 - 4:30pmRM 421This is a club for everyone. It is an opportunity for students with special needs and students of typical developement to interact, while doing some fun activities and learning about the world around them. We will work together to bridge the gap and erase the stigma and misunderstanding of Special Education students through cooking, dance, crafts and circle discussions. This is a ne club that is a spin-off, a prequel to the High School Club- I am Norm.
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Mr. TranMagic: The card gameMonday3:45 - 4:30RM 509Come learn to strategize and with a bit of luck you can dominate your opponent in Magic the gathering card game.
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Mrs. Kay/Mrs. SihallaMaker Care ClubMonday3:35--5:00LibraryEvery Tuesday after school, we will make items to give to designated individuals or groups. Each month a new item will be chosen and completed to give away.
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Mrs. Kay and Mrs. YoungMaker MondaysMonday7:50-8:10LibraryWe will explore different technologies to make stuff together.
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Mrs. Moore VannMarvel ClubMonday3:30-4:30Room 571A student-led club to discuss all things Marvel.
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Mr. TongMeditation ClubThursday8th Grade Lunch526The purpose of practicing meditation is to learn how to step away from our thoughts and CHOOSE if they serve us or not. We all have thoughts running through our heads that we might not be able to control. They are always there in the background, doing their own thing. However, we CAN control how we respond to them. We do this by focusing on something else that is always happening… breathing. By focusing on breathing, we are giving our mind a job to do, so that we can examine our thoughts and decide if they are helping or hurting us. During the meditation, Mr. Tong will guide the experience with tips on how to focus your mind to relax while playing musical instrument to provide sounds to focus on during your experience. Come and chill!
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Mrs. YoungMinecraft ClubTuesday7:40 - 8:10 amLab 514Every Tuesday morning students are invited on a first come, first served basis to play MinecraftEDU with other students. We will explore different mods and challenges based on student interest.
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Mrs. KayNJHSVariesBefore School or LunchLibrary/Lecture HallThe National Junior Honor Society was established to recognize outstanding middle school students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1929. Five main purposes have guided chapters of NJHS from the beginning: to create enthusiasm for scholarship; to stimulate a desire to render service; to promote leadership; to encourage responsible citizenship; and to develop character in the students of secondary schools. These purposes also translate into the criteria used for membership selection in each local chapter. Ridgeview Middle School's chapter of NJHS works on projects to improve our community. We do things such as collecting coins for a coat drive, collecting cans for a food drive, volunteering at the local animal shelter, cleaning up our school, and helping other schools. By doing this we hope to help improve our community. All of our members are chosen by a faculty council based on the tenets of NJHS.
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Mr. AlexanderOutdoor Adventure ClubEVERY other Tuesday starting 9/243:45-4:30Lower CommonsOutdoors, camping,survival skills,living off the land, tall tales of adventure, finding peace in the natural world, Andy Griffith meets Survivor Man….
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Mrs. KayReading RumbleVaries to meet needs of involved studentsVirtually--then, during advisories and lunches based on the students' schedulesLibraryStudents will read 11 books to prepare for the Reading Rumble competition at Round Rock High School on Wednesday, January 30, 2019.
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Mrs. Sihalla and Mrs. YoungRubik Cube ClubWednesdays7:40 - 8:10Lab 514Hang out with other cube enthusiasts as well as train for local competitions.
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Mr. RozsaSoccerMonday3:35-4:30432Soccer for everyone! If you're a beginner or experienced, come and play.
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Mrs. ParkerSocial Skills ClubTuesdays - Starting Oct 16th Grade LunchLab 310?Students with Autism come a learn social skills through playing games and mini lessons on regulative emotions and making inferences about other people's emotions. We will learn some coping strategies to use when we enter the "red" or "orange" zone of emotions and learn to cooporate well in a group setting.
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Mrs. WilliamsStep ClubThursday begining in October3:45 -4:30pmUpper Commons/ Lecture HallThis club is for anyone interested in Stepping or learning how to step, as well as incorporating urban dance routines.
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Mr Clark and Mr JonesTx Junior HistoriansTBA7th & 8th Grade LunchMr Clarks roomIf you love history then this club is for you - the rest is top secret!
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Mrs. DuvallUIL Art HistoryThursday3:45-4:45Art Room 540Learn about art history by studying selected artists and artworks from the National Gallery of Art. The Art History UIL team will compete in the district academic UIL meet on November 16th.
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Mrs. BinghamUIL Calculator ApplicationsThursday7:45-8:15 Portable 1APractice for the district UIL Calculator Applications competition on Nov 16th.
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Mrs. KayUIL Dictionary Skills Tuesday3:35-4:30LibraryPractice for the UIL Dictionary Skills competition on Nov 16th.
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Milton PerezUIL Impromptu SpeakingTuesday3:45- 4:30571Academic UIL Impromptu Speaking practices will include opportunities to select a public speaking topic, plan a speech, and deliver a speech with appropriate poise, voice (volume/clarity), life (emotion/passion), eye contact, gestures, and speed. The district competition takes place on Nov 16th.
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Coach WilliamsUIL Listening SkillsMonday3:45-4:30Lab 310Practice for the UIL Listening Skills competition on Nov 16th.
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Mr. Dixon
UIL Maps, Graphs, and Charts
Tuesday3:45-4:30519
Practice for the UIL Maps, Graphs, and Charts competition on Nov 16th.
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Mr. ZanotUIL Number SenseWednesday3:40-4:30P6BPractice for the UIL Number Sense competition on Nov 16th.
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Dr. MutscherUIL Oral ReadingMonday 3:50-4:30OfficePractice for the UIL Oral Reading competition on Nov 16th.
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Ms. WagenerUIL Ready WritingMonday3:35-4:35530Practice for the UIL Ready Writing competition on Nov 16th.
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Ms. FloresUIL ScienceTuesday3:45-4:30533Practice for the UIL Science competition on Nov 16th.
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Mr. JonesUIL Social StudiesThursday7:45-8:15536Practice for the UIL Social Studies competition on Nov 16th.
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Mrs. DunlapUIL Spelling Tuesday3:45-4:30561Practice for the UIL Spelling competition on Nov 16th.
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Mr Jones/Mr JanssonUkulele ClubEvery other Thursday3:45-4:45ish536For beginners to pretty good, come play ukulele every week. Owning your own ukulele is encouraged.
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Mr Wennerlind and Mr TranUltimate Frisbee ClubTuesdays3:45-4:30Meet in Lower Commons. Then we will walk out to the soccer fields behind the school.Do you like to run, jump, catch, and throw? Well Ultimate Frisbee just might be the sport for you! Come learn how to throw and catch a disc while having fun practicing good sportsmanship and learning the rules! We will meet in the lower commons and then go out to the fields for some fun. You will be moving around and running, so bring a water bottle and wear something comfortable. Come join us!
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Mr. KellyVintage Video GamersTuesday3:45-4:30pm Portable 6AThis club is for anyone interested in video gaming from the early 1980's to around 1995. We will mainly be playing orginal Nintendo and Super Nintendo systems with the possible addition of Atari and others as the year progresses.
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Mrs. KayWhat's Cookin' @ Your LibraryVaries3:35--5:00LibraryWe will meet together and cook something.
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Ms. O'QuinWoodworking ClubThursdays starting September 26thAfter school 3:45-4:35Lower CommonsCome learn to use a variety of tools and complete projects making different things out of wood.
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Mrs. YoungxSTREAM GirlsTuesdays3:45 - 4:30 pmLab 514This club is for all girls interested in math, science, technology and engineering. We will explore different topics throughout the year such as 3D desgin, robotics, coding, cokking, and more!
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