Severna Park Middle - AACPS

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Peer Tutoring: Peer tutoring is made up of 8 th grade NJHS students and/or SPHS students who volunteer their time to act as peer tutors as well as current 6 th , 7 th , or 8 th grade students who need some extra help improving their grades, assistance with organizational skills, and useful strategies to refine study skills. Tutors will need to attend a onetime training on October 5 at 3:05 pm in the media. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Conrad to receive training at school. NJHS students can use the service hours in tu- toring as part of their commitment to NJHS. Students who would like to be tutored can attend tutoring sessions as often as they need them but do need to get parent permission. Peer Tutoring will begin Thursday, October 12 nd . See Mrs. Conrad for details. Tutoring meets Thursdays from 3:05-4:00 pm in Room A124 YEARBOOK: The yearbook is currently ac- cepting applications to join the yearbook staff. We are looking for a dedicated staff that can make a commitment to attend week- ly after school club sessions and work at home. We need students who enjoy writing, taking pic- tures, marketing and working with a computer program to design the 2018-2019 yearbook. If you are interested please see Mrs. Bollino in B114 for an application. Thurs- days, 3:05-4:00 pm F computer Lab/ Mrs. Bollino/ Mrs. Beyer Varsity Choir: Auditioned group that meets on Mon- day's from 3:10-5:00. Participants must be registered for chorus class. Auditions will be held on Sept. 24-25 from 3:10-6:00 pm. Results will be posted on September 25 at 9:00pm on spmssings.org. The first rehearsal is Wednes- day, September 26 from 3:05-5:00, fol- lowed by a mandatory parents meeting at 5:00. Performances include seasonal con- certs and events and an overnight Music in the Parks trip. . For more information, permission form, audition form, and online audition sign up, please visit spmssings.org or see Mrs. Metcalfe in M105. SPRING MUSICAL: Open to all SPMS students. Audi- tions will take place early January. Results will be posted shortly after. Rehearsals will take place from January thru March on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after school from 3:10-6:00 and the occasional Saturday as needed. Shows take place March 29-31. The first re- hearsal for students will be announced when the audition dates are posted. Parents are required to attend a meet- ing on Tuesday, January 15 at 7:00 pm. The musical is a big event that can't happen without volunteer effort. Parent volunteers are needed and appreciated. An audi- tion jitters workshop will be held on Monday, December 17 from 3:10-5:00. Audition Requirements: Sing 16 measures from a musical of the students choice with CD accompaniment (no vocals on CD). Perform a small dance number taught and performed together in small groups. Vo- cal audition dates are January 2-3 and dance auditions are Jan. 4. For more information please visit spmssings.org or see Mrs. Metcalfe in M105. Yoga Club: is presented by our very own certified yoga teacher, Ms. Hartman.—Students will benefit from an introduction of yoga poses and breathing techniques. Students will learn to incorporate the breathing tech- niques and poses into their daily routines to calm or en- ergize when needed. The club provides benefits including stress relief, increased concentration, flexibility and strength. Students will especially enjoy the relaxation time at the end of our practice to unwind from the busy pace of our lives. We will meet Thursdays starting Octo- ber 4th in the upper level gym. Please bring a mat and water bottle. If you need a mat, you must contact Ms. Hartman/sign up in advance. 3:05-4:00 pm Ms.Hartman Severna Park Middle Extracurricular Activities 2018-2019

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of 8th grade NJHS students and/or
SPHS students who volunteer their time
to act as peer tutors as well as current
6th, 7th, or 8th grade students who need
some extra help improving their grades, assistance with
organizational skills, and useful strategies to refine study
skills. Tutors will need to attend a onetime training on
October 5 at 3:05 pm in the media. If you are unable to
attend, please see Mrs. Conrad to receive training at
school. NJHS students can use the service hours in tu-
toring as part of their commitment to NJHS. Students
who would like to be tutored can attend tutoring sessions
as often as they need them but do need to get parent
permission. Peer Tutoring will begin Thursday, October
12nd. See Mrs. Conrad for details. Tutoring meets
Thursdays from 3:05-4:00 pm in Room A124
YEARBOOK: The yearbook is currently ac-
cepting applications to join the yearbook
staff. We are looking for a dedicated staff
that can make a commitment to attend week-
ly after school club sessions and work at
home. We need students who enjoy writing, taking pic-
tures, marketing and working with a computer program to
design the 2018-2019 yearbook. If you are interested
please see Mrs. Bollino in B114 for an application. Thurs-
days, 3:05-4:00 pm F computer Lab/ Mrs. Bollino/
Mrs. Beyer
Varsity Choir: Auditioned group that meets on Mon- day's from 3:10-5:00. Participants must be registered for chorus class. Auditions will be held on Sept. 24-25 from 3:10-6:00 pm. Results will be posted on September 25 at 9:00pm on spmssings.org. The first rehearsal is Wednes- day, September 26 from 3:05-5:00, fol- lowed by a mandatory parents meeting at 5:00. Performances include seasonal con- certs and events and an overnight Music in the Parks trip. . For more information, permission form, audition form, and online audition sign up, please visit spmssings.org or see Mrs. Metcalfe in M105.
SPRING MUSICAL: Open to all SPMS students. Audi- tions will take place early January. Results will be posted shortly after. Rehearsals will take place from January thru March on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after school from 3:10-6:00 and the occasional Saturday as needed. Shows take place March 29-31. The first re- hearsal for students will be announced when the audition dates are posted. Parents are required to attend a meet- ing on Tuesday, January 15 at 7:00 pm. The musical is a big event that can't happen without volunteer effort. Parent volunteers are needed and appreciated. An audi- tion jitters workshop will be held on Monday, December 17 from 3:10-5:00.
Audition Requirements: Sing 16 measures from a musical of the student’s choice with CD accompaniment (no vocals on CD). Perform a small dance number taught and performed together in small groups. Vo- cal audition dates are January 2-3 and dance auditions are Jan. 4. For more
information please visit spmssings.org or see Mrs. Metcalfe in M105. Yoga Club: is presented by our very own certified yoga teacher, Ms. Hartman.—Students will benefit from an introduction of yoga poses and breathing techniques. Students will learn to incorporate the breathing tech- niques and poses into their daily routines to calm or en- ergize when needed. The club provides benefits including stress relief, increased concentration, flexibility and strength. Students will especially enjoy the relaxation time at the end of our practice to unwind from the busy
pace of our lives. We will meet Thursdays starting Octo- ber 4th in the upper level gym. Please bring a mat and water bottle. If you need a mat, you must contact Ms. Hartman/sign up in advance. 3:05-4:00 pm Ms.Hartman
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SPMS Book Club: All students in grades 6 through 8 are invited to join us for online book discus- sions, activities, and literary- themed events throughout the school year. The purpose of the program is to inspire reading for pleasure and promote life-long reading habits by en- couraging students to read, discuss, and enjoy quali- ty, contemporary literature. Online with occasional face-to-face meetings as announced. Media Cen- ter/Mrs. Thomas
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CLUB: The students in this club will have fun while developing an appreci- ation for the environment. Students will participate in projects and activities focusing on environmental
issues. Club members will be asked to assist with the Severna Park Earth Day Festival in April. Club meets on announced Thursdays, 3:05 -4:00 p.m./E101/Mr. Philip The student newspaper, The
Spark,: is published three times a year, features articles written by and for SPMS stu- dents. seeks student staff that will brainstorm article ideas, interview students and staff, write pieces, edit submissions, and work on layouts. Students must have knowledge of writing mechanics and be creative,
dependable, and self-motivated. Alternating Thursdays, 3:05-4:00pm/ Mrs. Lane Room C107
ART CLUB: Inviting All Interested ARTISTS!!! We will meet on the first and third Thursday of every month starting October 4th in Room E123. Please bring your enthusiastic ideas about what you would like to learn and work on to the first meet- ing. Thursdays, 3:05-4:00 p.m./E123/Mrs. Burns
INTRAMURALS /MORNING: : This activity is offered to all students. Students must wear PE uniforms. Tuesdays – Indoor soccer (6th -7th-8th); Wednesdays-Dodgeball (7th/8th); Thursdays– Dodgeball (6th/ 7th) 7:15– 7:45 AM./Gym/ Begins September 25. Ms. Peter- son, Mr. Lentz
INTRAMURALS /AFTERNOON: This activity is offered to all students. There will be Flag Football, Basketball, Archery, bowling, and Bocce ball. Appropriate clothing will be required. P. E. uniforms
required to participate in intramurals. Students are to be dressed in P.E. uniforms and in the gym ready for activity by 3:05 p.m. If you are not taking a P.E. class, bring a P.E. uniform. Thursdays only - After school intramurals. Every Thursday, 3:05-4:00 p.m./Gym/ Begins September 27. Mr. Joyce, Mrs. McGowan MATH CLUB: Looking for a fun challenge? Students who enjoy problem solving, competition, and math are invited to join the math club to meet other students and engage in friendly competitions while preparing to com- pete in the 24 Math Challenge, and MathCounts. We will play games, solve complex puzzles and problems, engage in competitions and stretch our math skills while having fun. Thursdays, 3:05-4:00 p.m./RoomA121/Ms. Hughes
Fiber Arts Club: Would you like to learn how to knit or crochet? In this club, we will make gifts for ourselves or for friends and family while relaxing and socializing. Come spend your Thursday afternoon learning a new skill! Join us in room B108. (If you already know how to knit or crochet, bring your projects or with you!) Rm B108/Mrs. Littlejohn 3:05-4:00 pm
MODEL UNITED NATIONS CLUB: Members of the Model UN Club will meet to debate and research current affairs going on in our world. Our school will be assigned to represent a nation in the world. We will become familiar with
global problems facing that nation and prepare to debate those problems at a county-wide conference. If you are interested in current events, social stud- ies and love to debate then this is the club for you! This club will meet on designated Thursdays, at least once per month, 3:05-4:00 p.m./A113/ Mrs. Torelli
YouthRise/Leo: Leo Clubs provide young people with an opportunity for development and contribution as responsible members of their local community. Leo Club provides members with the camaraderie and growth that comes from partic- ipation in community service projects, social functions, and leadership development. Youth who join Leo Clubs have fun, make new friends, and experi- ence the rewards of serving others. Meeting days will be announced/ G116/Mrs. McGowan/ Mrs. Beard
SGA: (Student Government Association) is an intro- duction to student government pro- cedures and activities. Student del- egates must be able to attend SGA meetings twice a month with the first meeting on September 28. There are also monthly field trips. Delegates must want to be