2019-20 FBMS Clubs
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2019-20 FBMS CLUBS
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Sponsor/Supervisor NameClub NameDescription/MaterialsDatesTimesLocationFee
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Bickford/WeibelFantasy Football ClubDraft your favorite NFL stars to compete head-to-head each week with your fellow classmates and teachers. Enjoy the NFL season with your peers as we track the stats of players and determine who is the champion of Falcon Bluffs Middle School. Champion will receive a fantasy football trophy at the end of the football season.First meeting to determine Draft date/time August 22th. Will then proceed to meet last Thursday of every month (September 26th, October 24th, November 28th, December 12th).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 - 3:45pClassroomNone
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TrujilloHoliday craftsCreate tree ornaments, holiday decorations and small gift ideasTuesday/Thursday in December3-3:50WoodshopNone
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Lodwick/Leighty/Burley/MullerGolf 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)Will start in the Spring after Winter Break. Tentatively Thursdays: February20, March 5, March 19, April 2, April 16, April 30; field trip to Golf Course in April or May3:00-3:45Part of gymNone
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CapenerPrayer ClubStudent initiated and student directed. Mondays Oct 14, Nov 11, Jan 13, Feb 243:00-3:30 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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Novak/Burley/Fanelli Video Game ClubCome play games with your friends! Computer and console-based games (bring your own). Depending on game we will talk strategy and have competitions. 1st Tuesday of every month 3:00-3:45Burley's Roomnone
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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 suppliesOctober 10th, November 14, December 12, February 13, April 163:10-3:50Horner's RoomStudents will need to bring the appropriate tools from home to particpate.
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Sund / Freza / Swanson / ReevesMathcounts Competitive Team Students can come to have fun doing math (who wouldn't?) or train to compete in the area Mathcounts competition in Febuary. Highly competitive students may earn the right to compete in the state competition in March - fingers crossed. We'll be using Mathcount released training items, students who wish to compete will need to hit at least one session a week starting in October and ending in February. Snacks will be a part of the club.TBD. We plan to offer one morning session and one afternoon session a week. 7:15AM - 7:50AM & 3:10 - 3:15Sund's room for mornings and Swanson's room in the afternoons.None
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GoodwinGSAThe Gay-Straight Alliances (GSA) is a club for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) students and their allies. This club provides a safe space for these students to meet, support each other, and educate their peers2nd and 4th Thursday Afterschool3:00-3:45Room 7 (yoga room) based on numbers
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ChapmanDrama ClubDrama club is a chance for kids to dabble in theatre arts. The first half of the year is a more exploratory approach where kids are welcome to drop by and participate in various improv and team building games, no commitment necessary. The second half of the year will be invite only for those who are interested in participating in a play.First Semester Club Meetings: (Alternating Tuesdays and Thursdays) 9/5, 9/10, 9/19, 9/24, 10/3, 10/8, 10/17, 10/17, 10/22, 11/7, 11/12, 11/21 Play Auditions: First week of December Cast/Crew Postings Second week of December Note: Play Rehearsal Schedule will be provided before the week of Auditions3:00-3:45Chapman Drama RoomIndividual fees for attendance at festivals and professional plays.
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ChapmanShow Choir ClubThis is a student lead club for students who are interested in singing and dancing along with Broadway Musical style pieces. The first rehearsed number is "A Hard Knock Life" from Annie and the second with be a theatrical number from Phantom of the Opera. We ask for students who are dedicated in learning choreography and committing to rehearsals.3:00-3:45Chapman Drama Room
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SherwoodArt Creations ClubCreate art using a variety of media. During September and October, we'll create art to donate to the PTO fundraiser for Falcon Bluffs.Tuesdays beginning September 10th through October 22nd.3:00-3:45Art RoomNo fee unless students request the use of special media or tools.
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Bagnulo/Longbrake/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.First ride will be on Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 from Trailmark Park. Leaving at 6:55 and we will return to Trailmak Park after school.6:55AM (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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HerreraWEB (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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MartinFan Fiction Students learn about fan fiction through examples and write their ownFebruary-May; first Tuesday of the month3-3:40Martin's room B114
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Stern/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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HannJazz EnsembleStudents will come together to learn the theory and performance practices of Jazz music. We are pairing up with Colorado Honor Band to offer this amazing oppoertunity! For more info you may contact Hanna Hann at hanna.hann@jeffco.k12.co.us or Steve Martin at smartin@cohonorband.org Every Wednesday with concerts to be scheduled at a late date.3:00-4:30Band RoomFee paid to Colorado Honor Band
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Hill, BrewerActs of Kindness ClubStudents write quotes and positive messages to inspire their classmates, and staff to do well or keep working hard (for example, "Just keep swimming" by Dory) and hang the quotes around the school. We also do small tasks around the building to make our school positive and happy (like decorations or cleaning).4th Tuesday of each month beginning in September3-3:45Brewer's Classroomnone
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Hejduk/A. Fowler/ ManuelGeography BeeStudents will study geography related topics all in the preparation to participate in the National Geography Bee. This competition will determine a school level champion who will have a chance to represent our school at the state level competition. Every Thursday after school September - December - Students do not need to commit to every Thursday, however the club will be open on Thursdays to give everyone as many opportunitites as possible to practice for the bee. 3-3:45 Hejduk's classroom - bring a chromebook if you have one
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Patricia VillegasInternational Travel Students will meet throughout the school year to prepare to travel toWe will meet monthly on TuesdaysTBD
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ClubParis, France and Barcelona, Spain. We will discuss cultural sites,
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architiecture and art
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Berry / K. Fowler / Sherwood / Herrera / MitchellCivic EngagementThe students would involved in community outreach activities such as celebrating Veteran’s Day, activities at our local Assisted Living facility, Empty Bowls, working at the Jeffco Action Center, and ideas that our students might have to get more involved with our community. A minimum of once a month.TBDLibrary
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Spelic/Wells/CoffeyCoffee Talk ClubStudents will walk and talk to and from Starbucks to develop friendships in a casual environment that gets them outside!We will meet at least one Thursday a month in August, September, April & May 3:05-3:40Meet in Spelic's room, walk to StarbucksStudents will need to bring cash to pay for a drink of their choice.
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Kring/MartinZumbaGet fit while having fun. Join Zumba club featuring Mrs. Briggs3:05 - 3:40TBA
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KowalskyMaker Space ClubStudents will create, design, experiment, build and invent items from scratch or will utilize kits such as basket weaving, perfume making and robotics and electrical circuts.We will meet once a month on Thursday's 3:05-3:40Library
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K. FowlerAnti-Swearing ClubStudents will engage in positive activies/games to promote positive culture, community, and unityOnce a month on Friday3:05-3:45Library
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