• Clubs will be held Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays, as those are the days that we offer after school transportation. After school transportation begins Monday, September 25th. Activity Bus Schedule

     
    A permission form must be completed and returned to the teacher of each activity. 
     
     
    List of Clubs 
     
    Name of Club Sponsor/s Meeting day/s Room # Start date Purpose of club/affiliations/fees
               
    Athletics club Ford, Frank Every Wednesday main gym October 4th Offers a variety of sports activities to promote health and wellness, no fee
    Film festival club Sansonetti Every other Thursday 702 September 28th Students create short films and learn about movie making; no fees
    Running Club Newton, Watkins Every Thursday track or gym September 28th Promotes health and wellness in a non-competitive atmosphere, no fees but may advertise local races
    Model UN Campbell Every other Monday 820 September 25th Educational simulation in which kids role play, learn diplomacy, international relations and delegation.  Conferences with fees. 
    Student government Bell, Grimes, Ozgur 2nd Wed-club; 2nd Wed. am (officers only) Library September 27th An organization to give student voice to school activities and events to improve the community.  No fee
    Literary magazine club Watkins, Reardon Every other Wednesday 719 October 11th Students create a magazine of original written work; no fee
    Battle of the Books club Reed, Watkins Every other Wednesday library October 4th Students compete against other LCPS schools on a specific novel; Fee- $50 for cost of book, T-shirt, competition
    Continental Math League Bowen 1st Thursday of the month TBD November  National math competition to challenge students in middle grades; fee for competition to be determined, but usually about $10
    Math Counts Kapp Every Wednesday at 7:45 AM front of auditorium September 27th National organization to enrich students in real life math situations; fee- $5 to offset registration cost
    PRIDE club Berrian, Simpson Every Thursday 715 September 28th Provides a safe, inclusive environment for LGBTQ students and their allies.  Students have an opportunity to meet weekly for socialization and support.  No fee.  
    Fellowship of Christian Athletes George 1st/3rd Thursday- all club; 2nd/4th- leaders 709 September 28th Affiliated with national FCA.  Allows students to share their stories of athletic involvement while maintaining a faith based life.
    Photography club Vivian 2nd and 4th Thursdays 716 September 28th Students learn composition, lighting and action shot techniques; no fee
    Heart and Sole (Girls on the Run) Betz Every Wednesday AND Thursday until January gym/black top September 27th Associated with Girls on the Run.  $250 fee includes race registration; training and lessons empower young women.
    Latin club Bonner 1st "B" day    October 11th Affiliated with National Junior Classical League- students explore the history of the Latin language; participate in National Latin Exam- fees vary 
    Morning show crew Schwartz, Paczek Select students, Tues, Wed, Thurs mornings 8:15am library October 4th Produce and run the JML morning announcements show- learn broadcasting and technical skills; no fee
    Coding club Hood Last Wednesday of each month Lab 3 September 27th Encourages kids to explore new concepts in coding; no fee
    History meets Hollywood O'Brien Every Wednesday 711 September 25th Students view a variety of popular movies to analyze them for historical accuracy.  All PG with prior written permission obtained.  No fee.
    History Day Club L. Brown Every Thursday 701 October 12th Students investigate a historical topic of interest and analyze sources; competitions available if desired, for which a fee would be incurred
               
    Yearbook Keith, Persons Every other week, both Wednesday and Thursday 706 September 20th Students will chronicle all school events to create our annual yearbook; no fee to be part of producing- the book itself will have a cost
    Equestrian club Sims 1st Wednesday of each month 614 September 27th Students will learn about all aspects of equestrian activities and equine care; possible culminating field trip off site on a weekend with families
    Art club N. Jones Every other Wednesday  Art 1 September 27th Students will explore a variety of artistic platforms.  A small supply fee may apply
    Destination Imagination Meier one team on Wednesdays; one team on Thursdays 810 October 4th Destination Imagination is an educational non-profit organization that teaches 21st century skills and STEM  through creative and collaborative problem solving challenges; competition fee involved
    Drama club Reardon, Kruczkowski multiple days per week Auditorium TBD Students will try out for parts for our spring musical
    Set design for spring musical Sniffin TBD Art 2 TBD Students will use art and building skills to create the sets for the play
    Excellent Options Jenkins Every Thursday with additional pm parent meetings TE 7 September 28th Associated with the national Excellent Options group, this club supports all students, but specifically minority students, in breaking down stereotypes and promoting academic achievement. No fee.
    Science Olympiad TBD       Students participate in solving challenging problems and compete at local, regional and national levels.  Fees involved.
    LEO club TBD       Affiliated with the Lions Club of America, this is a service organization that selects various causes to support throughout the year. No fee.
    Rubik's cube club Weber 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month 705 October 4th Students bring any form of Rubik's Cube to compete against one another and share their love of the cube!  No fee.
    French Club Rafiqi 1st Wednesday of each month 612 September 27th to explore the language of French and its culture.  No fee
    7th grade basketball club Hemstreet 2nd and 4th Wednesdays gym September 27th To allow students to play basketball in a non-competitive setting.  No fee.
    Chess club Pruden Will begin in January     To allow students to engage in challenging thinking skills and play against one another.  No fee.
    Geeking club Sutton Every other Thursday 608 October 5th Students can come together to learn and share common likes and interests about manga, anime, games, tv shows, and other "geek culture" areas.  
    Nintendo Switch Club Eastridge Every Thursday Guitar room September 28th Students have an opportunity to game with/against one another in a structured setting; discuss gaming trends; no fee.
    Homework Club The 3 deans Each Monday, Wednesday and Thursday lab2 September 25th Students have an opportunity to get work done while still at school and ask for academic assistance from their deans.
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