Description: The place to express your creativity! Art Club is here to provide a place for students who are passionate about making art to come together to express their creativity. We will be doing individual projects selected by students as well as group projects approved by Ms. Xiong. As this is an after school extracurricular activity, students will have more opportunities and freedom to try new things in the art making process. Come join the fun!
Days & Hours: Tuesdays from 7:20am - 8:20am (doors close @ 7:50am)
Description: Do you love basketball? Do you want to have fun? Are you a morning person? Are you ready to watch Ms. Mitchell drop some dimes? Then this club is for you! Meet us in the gym for some 5-on-5 basketball.
BLACK STUDENT UNION (BSU) CLUB
Days & Hours: Wednesdays during FIRST lunch
Location: Room 11
Description: BSU's focus is to build awareness, education, and a new level of consciousness about being an African American in today's society.
Description: Gaming Club is an opportunity for students to socialize and have fun together based on their hobby of playing video games. Students will have an opportunity to play multi and single player games, and spend time discussing gaming strategies and preferences. You must be a Computer Science student and signed up for the club to attend.
GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE (GSA)
Day & Hours: Thursdays during FIRST lunch
Location: Room 13
Description: A supportive alliance for LGBTQA youth and allies. Being gay is not a prerequisite!
Description: The purpose of the Kings and Queens Club is to promote cultural awareness, social skills, provide educational enrichment, leadership development and community services. This club is based on the sororities and fraternities structure.
Description: Many kids deal with a number of difficult issues, from pressures in school and finding a voice among their peers to body image concerns and low self-esteem. Join us at the Mindfulness Club to relieve some stress through yoga, crafts and other fun activities!
Description: Come build robots to interact with the First Lego League course. Use the Lego Mindstorm Smart-brick to control your robot to pick up objects, flip levers, and deliver items to different areas of the map. First Lego League stresses “coopertition”—a combination of cooperation and competition—to further students’ knowledge and development in a fun and exciting environment.
Day & Hours: Wednesdays and Fridays from 7:00am - 8:15am
Description: The Soccer Club is a non-competitive way for students who enjoy playing soccer to meet twice a week before school and play a friendly game. Both boys and girls are welcome, including all ability levels. Students learn the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship while playing a sport they love! Go Pioneers!
Days & Hours: Thursdays from 3:30pm – 4:30pm starting in February 2020
Location: Room 14
Description: If you are into softball or baseball, then this club is for you! We practice all the fundamental skills it takes to be a great ball-player. We also work on our communication skills and teamwork. This club is for boys and girls.