Clubs

All clubs meet from 3:30 p.m. to 4:25 p.m. after school, unless indicated otherwise.

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Club
Meeting Day/
Location
Sponsor(s) Description
Art Club
(Starting 9/13)
Monday
Room 116
Ms. Hoffman Students pursue their own interests in various art media. We will also be doing some art-based community service projects.
Billiard Club
(Starting 9/23)
Thursday
Rotunda
Ms. Duke Students learn the fundamentals of billiards.
Book Match
(Starting 9/15)
Wednesday
Room 109
Ms. Cronin Students read a wide selection of books and compete against each other as teams to demonstrate their knowledge of the books.
Chess Club
(Starting 9/14)
Tuesday
Room 120
Mr. Werth Students get the opportunity to play each other in chess and learn more from each other about this strategic game.
Creative Writing
(Starting 9/23 & 9/17)
Day:
Thursday - 6th period
Friday - 5th period
Room 108
Ms. Cronin
Students are able to refine their own writing and work with their peers to critique and build their passion for writing.
Starting 9/23 & 9/24, meeting dates will be on the 2nd and 4th week of each month.
Homework Hour
Daily
Library
Ms. Oh &
Various staff
Students work independently and silently on homework. Assistance is available from supervising teachers daily and intergenerational volunteers on Monday
Intramurals
Day: TBD
Small/Big Gym
Mr. Burmeister Students that have a current physical on file in the Nurse’s office are able to play various sports throughout the school year.
Math Club
(Starting 9/20)
Monday
Room 119
Ms. J. Long Students play challenging math games, practice advanced math concepts, and participate in an annual math contest.
Running Club
(Starting 10/27) 
Wednesday
Rotunda
Ms. Brown Following the cross-country season, students continue with their training to increase their running stamina. Games that involve running and other fitness activities will also be included. Open to all students.
Student Leadership
(Starting 9/15)
Wednesday
Room 101
Ms. J Long Students work with administration and staff to determine school wide initiatives that include school spirit, ROAR, charitable activities,  and environmental causes.
Tabletop Games
Thursday
Room 111
Mr. Hinsinger Students play various tabletop games to reinforce their skills of creativity, cooperation, and gamesmanship.
Technology Club
Tuesday
Room 105
Ms. C. Long Students pursue their interests in various technology topics and activities! Student input will help guide the direction of the club and the topics. (All skill levels are welcome - no specific technology knowledge is required.)
Yearbook
As needed
Room 223/227
Ms. Olesuk
Ms. Reap
Students assist in taking photos for the school yearbook.