Activities/Clubs
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    2016 - 2017 GrJHS Clubs

     

    • Ambassadors – Students will gain knowledge and experience in leadership (helping with campus activities for ex. Career week).  Also responsible for introducing new students to the GrJHS campus.  Students must submit an application to join.  Ms. Petritz – (Counseling Office)
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    • AVID  - For students who want help getting into the college of their dreams!  We are a class and a club.   This year-long 7th hour elective is for those students who want to be in Honors classes, who have a strong work ethic, are willing to take risks, and are dedicated to being successful in school.  See Mrs. McMahan (320) or Mrs. Erwin (226)

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    • Art Club – Students who are artistic or have always wanted to be!  See Ms. Bray (319)

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    • Athletic Club—Promote sportsmanship, Grizzly spirit and increased participation in our PE and athletic programs. See Ms. Hilton

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    • Band Council- Students who are currently members of the GrJHS bands may be elected. Students will develop leadership skills in helping with concerts and fund raising.  See Ms. Moorhead (201)

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    • Chess Club – We are looking for ANY students who would like to have fun playing (or learning how to play) chess!  We have lots of fun after school, tournaments, and an end of year party! See Mr. Conway (221)

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    • Choir Council – Students who are currently member of the GrJHS choirs can be elected. Students will develop leadership skills in helping with concerts and fund raising.  See Ms. Wendt (202)

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    • Cooking Club – A club to have fun in and make some delicious food at the same time.  If you have a love for cooking this club is for you!  See Ms. Doran-Frederick (311)

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    • Drama Club – Students who share a joy for acting, directing or stage craft, this club provides an opportunity to share your “dramatic” interests with others.  See Ms. Heermans & Mr. Conway (220)

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    • Literature Club - Read a “book of the month” and gather to talk about it! Help promote literacy at our school by getting involved in the Book Fair and Book Drive. See Ms. Heermans (220)

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    • Newspaper-  This year-round elective class held during 6th hour is responsible for creating the 12 – page monthly newspaper mini-mag, The Grizzly Express. Students will sharpen their interviewing skills, writing, word processing, research and teamwork. Application required. See Ms.  Parsons (223)

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    • NJHS (National Junior Honors Society) – This is for 8th graders only; however 7th graders have the opportunity to be invited if they have a high GPA at the end of the school year. This is a service organization that helps students develop leadership skills and provides help to the school and the surrounding community with service projects etc.  See Mr. VanBriesen (229)

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    • Orchestra Council – Students who are currently members of the GrJHS orchestras may be elected.  Students will develop leadership skills in helping with concerts and fund raising.  See Ms. Duce (205)

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    • Recycling Club  -   Students pick up the blue bins throughout the school every Friday and know that their actions CAN make a difference in their school, community and the world. Every can, bottle and paper that is recycle is a step closer to a healthier and cleaner environment !!!

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    • SHO (Students Helping Others) - Encourage integration and socialization among students of all ability levels.  Any student who likes to have fun may join! See Mr. Reyes (212), Ms. Stone (207), Ms Knight (203) or Ms. Ortiz (209)

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    • STEM  - Students  engage in science, technology, engineering and math in creative ways and in a supportive and fun environment.  See Ms. Morris (105), Ms. Dietz (109) or Ms. Byers (101)

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    • STUCO (Student Council) – Be a class representative and help our campus by being a voice for your peers and help organize activities for our campus.  See Ms. Hammond (222)

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    • Yearbook Team -   responsible for creating our 100-page, full-color yearbook. The book is a professionally printed, hardcover volume distributed at the conclusion of the school year. This year-long elective class is held during 7th hour and requires commitment, dedication, focus, dependability, and the ability to spend time at school events before and after school. Application required. See Ms. Parsons (223)



     
    Go see the Teacher listed and listen to the Daily Announcements! You can join as many clubs as you can fit into your schedule! Make Great Memories in Jr. High!!
     
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