Clubs

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CLUBS AT SCOTT
Scott Middle School  2016-2017

CLUB DAY SPONSOR ROOM TIME
7th & 8th Grade After School Choir Monday
P. Eschliman 201
3:00-4:00pm
6th Grade After School  Choir Tuesday (Wednesday on PLC weeks) K. Jergensen
201 3:00-4:00pm
Women’s Select Choir Wednesday P. Eschliman 205 3:00-4:00pm
Builder’s Club
Meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday
J. Krenk
6A Pod 3:00-4:00pm
Fight of Feminist’s Club Wednesday J. Graham 420 3:00-4:00pm
Science Olympiad Thursday M. Danley 323 3:00-3:45pm
Mathcounts Friday
A. Rezac 219 3:00-4:00pm
Media Center Study Hall
Monday – Friday
PLC early out, Media Center will Close at 3:00
C. Ware
   Media 3:00-3:50pm
Student Council Meets on the 2nd & 4th Fridays J. Bohaty

A. Fessler

E. Tenney

MPR 7:15-7:45am
TIE Club Meets on the 1st & 3rd Fridays
L. Myles
Mr. Knudsen
217 7:15-7:55 am
Stained Glass Club Wednesday & Thursday Mr. Sisk 422 3:00-4:00pm
WyldLife Club (Young Life) Thursday  C. Rajala MPR 3:00-4:00 pm

Club Descriptions:

  • After School Choir:  Share your love of music and singing with others by joining the After School Choir.  The  7th and 8th Grade Choir will meet on Mondays at 3:00-4:00 pm.  The 6th Grade Choir will meet on Tuesdays from 3:00-4:00 pm in the Choir Room.  If it is a PLC early out day, 6th graders will meet on Wednesday.  Mr. Eschliman and Ms. Jergensen are the Directors.
  • Women’s Choir:  This choir is selected through auditions at the start of the school year.  Rehearsals are held on Thursdays from 3:00-4:00PM.  Mr. Eschliman is the Director.
  • Builders Club:  This club is the largest service organization for middle school students with more than 40,000 members worldwide.  The objectives of Builders Club are: to provide opportunities for working together to service your school and community; to develop leadership potential; to foster the development of strong moral character; to encourage loyalty to school, community and nation.  Builders Club provides a leadership/service opportunity for 6-8th graders.  Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays in the 6A Pod and Mrs. Krenk is the sponsor.
  • Fight of Feminists: Fight of Feminists Club is designed as a forum for discussion about issues relating to gender inequity and current problems students are personally experiencing.  Club members brainstorm ways to address their problems and discuss how to keep them from happening again.  It’s the goal of this club to inform people about what Feminism is, and why it’s important for everyone.  Students sign up for and make presentations to the club about a current event or concept involving sexism or other gender-based inequities in society and then discuss how that relates to their lives or how they could work to remedy such a situation.  Guest speakers might also be present on occasion. Ms. Graham is the leader, and the club meets every other Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm.
  • Science Olympiad:  Students who have an interest in science and who may want to compete against other schools should check this out.  Meetings will be held on  Thursdays after school with Mr. Danley being the sponsor.  This club does require the completion of a registration form.
  • Mathcounts:  Do you like solving complex math problems?  Check out Mathcounts on Fridays in Room 219 with Mr. Rezac as the sponsor.
    • View 2016-2017 Mathcounts results and photos here.
  • Media Center:  An after-school study opportunity for students who wish to study or read after the school day is available in our media center.  This program runs from 3:00 p.m. until 3:50 p.m. Times and dates for this program may be limited due to student participation and/or supervisor availability.  Behavior expectations:  a) each student should sign in upon arrival at the counter b) students who arrive after 3:08 p.m. are expected to have a pass from the teacher they were with c) students may not leave the media center without asking for permission from the supervisor d) students are expected to study while they are in the media center or read quietly.  Students may also use computers for school assignments as long as they bring a written pass from the teacher making the assignment e) students may not have loud conversations or disturb others when using the media center f) food, drink, or candy are not allowed into the media center g) students may not use personal electronic devices in the media center h) students need to get permission from the supervisor before using the restroom i) students who fail to follow expectations or the directions of the supervisor will be referred to the office j) continued violation of expectations may result in loss of participation in this program.  Use of the media center after school is in all respects similar to media center use during the day.  Students are expected to follow all rules as listed in the Scott Middle School handbook or procedures as established by Scott staff and administration.
  • Student Council:  Scott Student Council is a fun place to meet others and help plan events that benefit our school and community.  Anyone is grades 6-8 is welcome.  Meetings are held on announced Friday mornings at 7:15 am in the 8A pod area.  Mrs. Bohaty, Mrs. Fessler, Mrs. Owen, and Ms. Tenney are the sponsors.
  • T.I.E. Club:  (Teens Influencing Equity) is the multicultural club at Scott Middle School.  Members of this club focus on multicultural, equity issue as they relate to Scott Middle School.  A major activity for the club is planning a special program that honors both Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and a community person who has worked toward helping to carry on the dream of Dr. King.  The club sponsors at least one community service project a year.  T.I.E. Club meets on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month at 7:15 a.m. in room 217.  All students are invited to join us.
  • Stained Glass Club: Mr. Sisk invites students at the start of the year to participate in this club.  Stained Glass Club meets from 3:00-4:30 PM on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
  • WyldLife Club:  This club is sponsored by Young Life representatives.  Fun activities and interaction with peers for all participants.  All students are encouraged to join.  WyldLife meets after school on Thursdays.