AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
This club provides an opportunity for students to play board games with their peers in a relaxing environment. There are a wide variety of games available.
Card Club is a place to play cards and meet new friends. Bring your Yu-Gi-Oh cards.
All levels of ability are welcome. Beginners can come and learn the game. A tournament will begin in April with awards to the top three players.
Have you ever felt left out or isolated? This club will provide you with a place to help people feel more safe and accepted in the school building and to educate others on the many differences that exist in people.
The Color Guard performs with the Spartan Band at the town's Memorial Day Parade by performing a flag routine to the band's musical selection.
Learn ways to 'seize' your hunger. This club will have 2 separate sessions offered this year. Each session will meet for 6 weeks. A variety of recipes will be prepared. There will be a small charge for ingredients. May the ingredients be ever in your favor!
Do you like to build and create things with legos just for fun? We are an informal group of students that like to play with legos.
Drama Club is perfect for students who love to be onstage in the spotlight or backstage behind the scenes. We hold weekly meetings in the fall focused on learning about theater in general and practicing the skills needed to be confident on stage in front of an audience. During the winter and spring, we rehearse for our yearly spring musical. Visit http://griswoldk.wixsite.com/mcgeedrama for more info.
Do you like to draw? We are an informal group of artists. Practice your drawing and learn from your peers.
Participants learn how to build basic machines, introductory programming, team work, project development and presentation skill.
FIRST intends to inspire curiosity and create interest in science and mathematics among Middle and High School students by introducing them to the world of engineering showing the connection between classroom and real world applications.
Open to students in grades 6, 7 & 8. Members of the General Photography Club will explore concepts in photography and will participate in activities designed to develop and improve photography skills. The lesson will be presented by Mr. Cormack. Guest speakers may also be used to explore certain topics.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in a library? Come and find out! Help us put up new displays, check out books, be the first to see the new books come in and how to get them ready for circulation.
Students with strong math skills will be challenged and learn to problem solve at a competitive level. A team will be chosen to compete in the state tournament in February.
Regular play may be limited to creative mode. Survival mode along with the usual creative mode option may be offered along with a competition and mini prizes. Spaces are limited so sign up quickly!
Students will meet once per month on Wednesdays to discuss books that we are reading. We will start with the Nutmeg Nominees, but we will also read books of interest to the group.
Open to students in Grades 6, 7 and 8. This club is open to students who enjoy building plastic models and is offered as a place where plastic modelers may meet, share ideas and work together. Students must supply their own models and materials.
Student Council is open to all grades. Students work together to promote school spirit and community service.
Students will change into their PE clothes and have free use of the cardio and weight training equipment with direction and supervision.