STANDLEY MIDDLE STUDENT CLUBS
Here are the student clubs at Standley with a description below:
- Beautification Tiles
- Circle Of Friends
- ELA 8
- Green Team
- Garden Club
- Newspaper Club
- Running Club
- Science Olympiad
- Chess Club
- Go Pokemon
- Photography Club
- Spanish Club
- Yearbook Club
It’s Debatable: SMS Debate Club Our club is designed to foster enthusiasm for rational discourse about controversial topics that directly affect the students of Standley Middle School, or their futures! We practice the skills and art needed to debate effectively. Twice this year, we will have an exhibition debate for the school, in the auditorium!
Standleysgreenteam.weebly.com The Green Team is a group of people that are big on recycling and they are doing their part to make sur Standley recycles. The Green Team is stationed in room 307 (Rannikko Advisory)
“Circle of Friends” is a club where students with autism and other disabilities are paired with general education students to eat lunch together. It establishes inclusion of students and allows them to practice social skills with trained non-disabled “peer friends” in the natural environment. To learn more about the national Circle of Friends organization, please visit the website at www.circleofriends.org
Circle of Friends meets on Thursdays during 2nd lunch in room 318.
Standley Choir Club Meets 1st lunch during Academic Prep Tim McLellan, Advisor email@example.com
Our AVID Club is a club that is open to all Standley Middle Schools. We meet during first academic prep for 30 minutes. There are many positive purposes to our club. One important purpose is to serve our community in and around Standley Middle School. AVID Club works effortlessly through our philanthropic efforts, while promoting the desire to improve human welfare. Our club also has been created to help support our students academically and socially through our positive community building activities and with our creative efforts to raise money for our AVID Club and program. Students have the opportunity to experience educational and club related field trips throughout the year to promote self confidence, build a sense of community, and learn how to organize and govern themselves by creating and maintaining a functioning student body.
AVID Club meets during first academic prep Place: Room 513 Time: 11:57-12:27 Coordinator: Nikki Botts best way to reach me is email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Science Olympiad at Standley Middle School is run through a specialty academic prep (i.e. advisory). We usually have 2 teams, 30 students, represent our school each year. Parents volunteer to help coach events. Students dedicate their time to prepare for their events during academic prep, after school, and on the weekends. Standley’s students enjoy learning about chosen STEAM related topics, at a very in-depth level, outside of the everyday classroom setting.
AAA Club: Awareness and Action Club. students research issues they are interested in and act to impact those issues in a meaningful way at school and in the community. meets: daily during 1st advisory and after school as needed Advisor and contact: M. Carroll
ELA 8 Club: members include all of Mr. Carroll’s English students. Formed as a club to raise funds and spend funds for academic student enrichment projects such as field trips and enrichment activities. Two field trips already scheduled for first semester. meets: irregular, as needed to approved expenditures, after school, room 606 Advisor and contact: M. Carroll
MUSIC CLUB FUNDRAISES TO SUPPORT THE MUSIC PROGRAM AT SMS. THE CLUB HELPS PAY FOR FIELD TRIPS AND ITEMS WE USE FOR CLASS EACH DAY. Meeting day, location, and time WE MEET ON MONDAYS DURING ADVISORY PERIOD Advisor and best contact JULIE YAEGER- JYAEGER@SANDI.NET
GSA: Gay-Straight Alliance A GSA club is a student-run club in a high school or middle school that brings together LGBTQI+ and straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize, and create a platform to stand up for racial, gender, LGBTQ, and economic justice.
Yearbook Club Juergens class and an advisory room 303 Students create yearbook
Newspaper Club Juergens advisory room 303 Students create school newspaper
Photography Club Thursdays after school room 303 Students learn to take and develop black and white film
Spanish Club Fundraising for school play performances (Spanish 1-2 and 3-4)
Chess Club We meet first lunch in room 604 Mon, Tues, Thurs and 1/2 of Friday (due to P-chat). Jim Markowitz
Beautification Tile Prietto room 601 Schoolwide tile project