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Clubs

Beyond the Bell Clubs


Card Club

Are you ready for your next challenge? Join our Card Club to test your wits and your deck. Bring your decks, your dice, and your skill to our arena. All school-appropriate card games are welcome, including Magic the Gathering, Pokémon, Yu-Gi-O! Some instruction is available, but participants must bring and maintain their own cards. We will be playing games and, as such, no trades will be allowed during club hours or on campus.  

Please contact Ms. Ewing with any questions.

Instructor: Molly Ewing
Grade Levels: 4th - 8th
Dates: Tuesday and Friday, September - April (NO meetings Nov. 1st-30th)
Meeting Times: 3:30 - 4:30
Location: D202
Maximum Enrollment: 20

Card Club Registration


Gardening Club

Do you have a green thumb?  Do you like to be outdoors and play in the dirt?  Love being around flowers and growing things?  Do you like trying new foods? Then Gardening Club is the place for you! 

Instructor: Ms. Klaiber, Ms. Plomondon
Grade Level: 2nd-5th
Dates: Thursdays, August 27th-Oct. 9th and April 4th - May 23rd
Meeting Times: 3:30 - 4:30
Location: F212
Cost: FREE
Max Enrollment: 15 Students

Gardening Club (2-5) registration


Green Team

Green Team is a Beyond the Bell program that encourages students and faculty to help the environment through recycling, energy conservation, composting, and recycling.

Please join us in our efforts to create a sustainable future!

Instructors: Brittany Cabibbo and Maureen Carlson
Grade Levels: 2-8
Dates: Tuesdays, beginning Sept. 11th - May 14th
Meeting Times: 7:15 - 8:00 a.m.
Location: F100
Cost: FREE
Maximum Enrollment: 10

Green Team Registration


Strategy Board Games Club (6-8)

We play many different games and the students take the lead as to what, when and with whom.

Instructor: Evelyn Hanssen
Grade Levels: 6-8
Dates: Mondays, Sept. 9th - Dec. 16th
Meeting Times: 3:30-4:30pm
Location: D 109
Cost: FREE
Maximum Enrollment: 15

Board Games Club Registration


Leadership Opportunities at STEM Launch K-8

National Junior Honor Society

Membership in NJHS is one of the highest honors that can be awarded to a middle school student. We will strive to give practical meaning to the Society's standards of scholarship, leadership, service and character. Students will be selected upon review of applications for these four ideals. We will award membership to students who exhibit not only a solid academic average and also excel in leadership, service and character. We will require attendance at regular meetings and participation in community service/outreach activities.

If you were a member last year, please come to the first meeting.  See Ms. McAfee if you have any questions.  New members who meet the eligibility requirements and complete the application process will be inducted this year.

Instructor: Mr. Hampton
Grade Levels: 6th - 8th
Dates: Mondays, Sept. 30th-April
Meeting Times:  3:30-4:30pm
Location: Mr. Hampton's Room
Maximum Enrollment: OPEN; MUST APPLY and BE ACCEPTED. Based on academic achievement, teacher recommendation, and community service. 
Cost: FREE


Yearbook

Students will collaboratively design and layout the yearbook.  This will include taking photos, organizing pages, sequencing the yearbook, and determining themes surrounding this year's memories.  We already have a deadline to meet in March, so we need your help!

If you have questions, please contact Barbara Meis

Instructor: Barbara Meis
Grade Levels: 4th-8th
Dates: Tuesdays, Sept. 10th - March 18th
Meeting Times: 3:30 - 4:30
Location: D200
Cost: FREE
Maximum Enrollment: 20

Yearbook Registration