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About Clubs and Programs

Clubs Sponsor(s) Time Frame Days Time Synopsis
Anime Club Mr. Orsini All Year Mondays 3:50 - 4:30 Enjoy watching and drawing anime throughout the year with other students. Come learn to draw and also find some new shows to watch.
Announcements Club Mrs. Connely & Mrs. Hughes All Year Every day 7:45 am - 8:20 am Have you ever wanted to be a newscaster? Have you ever wondered what news casting is like? Come help produce the video version of the daily announcements.
Art Club Mrs. Richardson Fall / Spring Thursdays 3:50 - 4:45 Art club gives students who are interested in art an opportunity to come together, make new friends and have fun while learning about art techniques. There are two groups with different students. Some choose to be in the Fall Group and some choose to be in the Spring Group.
 
Battle of the Books Mrs. Libra All Year Thursdays Lunch A fun, team based competition. Students read from a list of 16 books and compete against students and teacher teams to answer the most questions correctly. The top school team goes to the district competition in March.
Dance Club Mr. Orsini All year Tuesdays 3:50-4:45 Come learn to dance, we will be exploring a few different styles; modern, ballet, jazz, hiphop. There are some great opportunities to perform at different middle school assemblies and concerts throughout the year. Also we will be covering proper warmup and stretching techniques to keep our bodies in top shape and injury free.
Drama Club Ms. Dill All year Mondays 4:00-5:00 Drama Club is an exciting organization for students who want to learn more about drama, both on and off the stage. I the fall, we will learn all about drama, and in the sping, we will work towards a production with Junior Thespians.
Environmental Club Ms. Ingram All Year Fridays 4:00-5:30 To give students the opportunity to engage in environmentally conscientious actions/inquiry (and get the recycling done).
Game Club Mr. Orsini All Year Thursdays 3:50 - 5:30 A place for students and their friends to play card, computer, or board games together. Bring your own games if you would like, but there are some fun classic games for your use.
Geography Bee Mr. Scott 2nd Quarter Tuesdays 4:00-5:00 Students explore regional and world geography in an attempt to better understand the complex global government and political cooperation and strife on our planet
Homework Helpers Mrs. Boyd All Year Weekdays 7th Grade Lunch Welcome to 7th Grade Homework Helpers! Are you having trouble with some homework or need help with some classwork? Are you trying to prepare to redo a test and need some guidance for the retake? Are you having a hard time finishing a project or other work that you need more explanation on.....well, come on down to A107 during 7th grade lunch and get the help you need from other students in your classes and Mrs. Boyd. The items you need are: a pass from Mrs. Boyd, your class supplies and your smart brain and we'll work it out! Please see Mrs. Boyd if you need additional assistance after school and arrange a time with her personally. Homework Helpers is offered one to two days a week after school....make an appointment now! Hope to see you there!
Intramural Badminton Ms. Jackson
Mr. Verikas
February
&
March
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 3:45 - 5:15 Intramural co-ed badminton is a fun and recreational activity for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to exercise and learn fundamental skills with friends.
Intramural Basketball Mr. Soukup January and February Thursdays 3:50 - 5:45 Intramural co-ed basketball is a fun and recreational activity for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to exercise and learn fundamental skills with friends.
Intramural Floor Hockey Mr. Espinoza September - December Mondays 3:45-5:30 Intramural co-ed floor hockey is a fun and recreational activity
for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to
exercise and learn fundamental skills, and play with friends.
Intramural Floor Hockey Mr. Espinoza January - April Mondays 3:45-5:30 Intramural co-ed floor hockey is a fun and recreational activity
for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to
exercise and learn fundamental skills, and play with friends.
Intramural Football Mr. Scott April and May Thursdays 3:45 - 5:45 Intramural co-ed flag football is a fun and recreational activity for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to exercise and learn fundamental skills with friends.
Intramural Soccer Mrs. Bettcher
Mrs. Schmidt
Sept. 6th - Oct. 8th Mondays & Tuesdays 3:45 - 5:45 Intramural co-ed soccer is a fun and recreational activity for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to exercise and learn fundamental skills with friends.
Intramural Volleyball Mrs Bettcher
Mrs. Schmidt
October to Early November Mondays 3:50 - 5:50 Intramural coed-volleyball is a fun and recreational activity for students of all grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to exercise and learn fundamental skills with friends.
Jazz Band Mr. Cowell All Year Mondays 4:00 - 4:45 Come explore the world of Jazz! Bring your instrument or try a new one, possibly. Piano, Guitar, Electric Bass, and Drum Set players also needed! This is an auditioned group! See Mr. Cowell for audition information.
Junior Thespians Ms. Dill All Year Mondays 5:00-6:00 Junior Thespians is an offshoot of Drama Club for students who have had experience either on or off the stage. The students in this club will prepare for the Colorado State Junior Thespians Competition in December, where they have the opportunity to compete performance pieces, technical theatre designs, and participate in workshops with those working in Hollywood and on Broadway.
Lego Club Ms. Clayback All Year Thursdays 4:00-5:00 Do you love solving puzzles and challenges? If so, this club is for you.
We will complete brain teasers, jigsaw puzzles, and rubrics cubes.
This is great way for you to start the day and charge your mind.
Some lunch sessions will be available as well.
MATHCOUNTS Mr. Brunecz Mid-October - February Thursdays 3:45-4:45 MATHCOUNTS is a national program that provides students the opportunity to compete in live, in-person math contests against and alongside their peers. The competition series has 4 levels, school, chapter, state, and national, which are held on Saturday mornings. MATHCOUNTS is open to all sixth, seventh, and eighth graders.
Minecraft/Coding Club Ms. Schneider Mid-October - Mid May Tuesdays 3:50-4:45 Minecraft allows players to build with a variety of different blocks in a 3D procedurally generated world, requiring creativity from players. Other activities in the game include exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat. Other coding platforms available.
National Junior Honor Society
Ms. Maly
Mr. Hunyor
All Year
7th & 8th Grade only
1st Wednesday each Month 7:30 am - 8:20 am Students are invited to be a part of NJHS for being models of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. Once members, students develop leadership skills through participating in 10 hours of community service (4 for SHMS and 6 in the community).
Puzzle & Crafting Club Mrs. Katz September
&
May
Tuesdays
& Thursdays
7:45-8:20 and lunches Students can work together in a calm environment to solve large piece jigsaw puzzles, to help start the day using their minds! There may be a small fee to cover the cost of our crafting projects.
Run Club Ms. Libra Ms. Bloom All year Mondays 4:00-5:00 A non-competitive, drop in club for students interested in improving their fitness and cardiovascular training. Students can join at any time during the year and do not have to be committed runners. Many students join to cross train for other sports. As long as you are willing to try, we'd love to have you. Permission slips available from Ms. Roberts or in the library.
Student Council Mrs. Rider All Year Wednesdays During 6th Grade Lunch A club designed to help students become leaders through a process of service to their peers and the community around them.
Talent Show
(Old Drama Club)
Mrs. Katz Spring semester April and May, TBD After school, auditions, rehearsals and show 2nd annual SHGT show.
TSA Stacy Clayback &
Jason Soukup
Sept.-March Tuesdays 3:45 - 5:00 The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). TSA's membership includes over 233,000 middle and high school students in approximately 2,000 schools spanning 49 states. TSA is supported by educators, parents, and business leaders who believe in the need for a technologically literate society. Members learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities and much more.
Yearbook Mrs. Connely
&
Mrs. Rider
All Year Daily 7 & 8
grade lunch
Yearbook staff is a committed, independent, interested group of 8th graders. Students will complete an application to be considered for this exciting and important job!
Yoga Club Mrs. Hughes All year Tuesdays 4:00-5:00 Come learn the fundamentals of yoga and meditation. An opportunity to learn the different types and forms of yoga and learning the basic to advanced poses.