School Clubs and Extracurricular Activities
Alma2DC is organized by Mrs. Justine Fox, Social Studies teacher at Donald L. Pavlik Middle School. This activity provides an opportunity for middle school 7th & 8th grade students to travel to Washington D.C. The trip usually occurs the second week in June. Membership is 30 strong. For more information, contact Mrs. Fox.
Fuel Up to Play 60 Board
Fuel Up to Play 60 is a fun interactive program that allows students to decide how to make their school an even healthier place. Students put their ideas and plans into action to help everyone eat healthy and get active. Fuel Up to Play 60 asks students to make a commitment to get 60 minutes of physical exercise daily. Program membership is 65. For more information, contact Mrs. Anderson.
15-Girls On The Run (6th grade only) Still taking registration
The Explore After School Program has a strong mentoring component that matches students on a one to one basis with volunteers to help students succeed. This year's program has 10 mentors. For more information, contact Mrs. Susan Smoker.
Under the direction of Mrs. Georgia Guiett, middle school students have the opportunity to audition for a part in the annual school musical. The musical is performed in mid-november each year. Past performances include Annie, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Once Upon a Mattress. The last cast included 57 middle school students. For more information, contact Mrs. Georgia Guiett.
Science Olympiad provides students with opportunities to participate in premiere science competitions in the nation, providing rigorous standards based challenges. Science Olympiad's changing event lineup provides a variety of career choices and exposure to practicing scientists and mentors. This year's team includes 10 middle school students. For more information, contact Mr. Hancock.
Students interested in Ski Club have the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skill of skiing. The program runs for 6 weeks. This year's club has 23 members.
Student Council provides opportunities for students to learn and demonstrate organizational, leadership, and decision-making skills. Students have planned various activities and assemblies throughout the school year. This year's council has 36 members. For more information, contact Mrs. Deb Goffnett.
Members of the Technology Club have the opportunity to expand their knowledge about technology and to explore various computer software programs. Past activities include designing and building web sites, robotics, script writing and movie production, computer programming, and Flash animations. The club meets every 1st, 3rd, & 5th Tuesday, from 3:15-4:00 p.m. in room 54. The club's current membership is 10. For more information, contact Mrs. Barb Leonard.
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Students desiring to participate in Jazz Band must also be enrolled in Instrumental Music. Audition or teacher approval is required. Students are expected to attend and participate in all scheduled performances and rehearsals. The course is offered before school and will meet outside the normal school day. The current membership is 29. For more information, contact Mr. Tim Newman.