2017 - 2018 After School Clubs and Tutoring Schedule

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CLUB DESCRIPTIONS

Art Club (Mrs. Walloch, Tuesdays, Room C105, 2:50-3:50)

Come and have fun with Art every Tuesday starting in October.  Come with ideas or something you want to explore in art and we will make it happen.  I will also find opportunities for you to enter contests for prizes, scholarships or even cash.  I will help you do the best you can to give a better chance of winning.  (To avoid the need for any fees you may have to provide some supplies depending on what you want to do.)

 

Beginner Ukulele (Ms. Musick, Thursdays, Room A102, 2:50-3:50)

Want to learn ukulele? Then this club is for you!!!! We learn the basics of the instruments, how to read music and write our own songs.  We will show off our skills with a performance.

Requirements: You HAVE to own your own instrument.

 

Chess Club (Mr. Bryant, Wednesdays, Lunch Room, 2:50-3:50)

Chess club will be in the lunchroom. Anyone can join, from those just learning the game to experts excited to play other experts. We have chess sets already, so just show up if interested.

 

Cyber Patriot (Mrs. Gul, Wednesdays, Room B123, 2:50-3:50) (High School Only)

CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program.  At the center of CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. The competition puts teams of high school and middle school students in the position of newly hired IT professionals tasked with managing the network of a small company. In the rounds of competition, teams are given a set of virtual images that represent operating systems and are tasked with finding cyber security vulnerabilities within the images and hardening the system while maintaining critical services in a six-hour period. For more information: https://www.uscyberpatriot.org/

 

Cyber Patriot (Mrs. Guney, Tuesdays, Room B120, 2:50-3:50) (High School Only)

CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program.  At the center of CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. The competition puts teams of high school and middle school students in the position of newly hired IT professionals tasked with managing the network of a small company. In the rounds of competition, teams are given a set of virtual images that represent operating systems and are tasked with finding cyber security vulnerabilities within the images and hardening the system while maintaining critical services in a six-hour period. For more information: https://www.uscyberpatriot.org/

 

Dinos and Fossils Club (Mrs. Taylor, Thursdays, Room C102, 2:50-3:50)

In the Dinosaurs and Fossils Club, we will learn about the prehistoric past through fossil evidence and a little bit of genetics as well. We will explore the dinosaur kingdom as well as other prehistoric lifeforms during our time together. This is a middle school club and we hope to see some students join us after school on Thursdays.

 

Drama Club (Miss Musick and Mrs. Walloch, Thursdays, Room A102, 3:50-4:50)

Miss Musick and Mrs. Walloch have teamed up to create Drama Club. Students will learn the ins and outs of putting on a play. They will learn character development, stage direction, stage crew, Scenery Making ETC. We will work towards putting on a small play.  William Shakespeare wrote, “All the world is a stage” so come let your star shine.

 

Ebru (Water Marbling) Club (Mrs. Kablan and Mrs. Walloch, Tues-Thurs, 2:50-3:50, Room C103)

Ebru is the traditional Turkish art of creating colorful patterns by sprinkling and brushing color pigments onto a pan of oily water and then transferring the patterns to paper. This club will be held between 3:00 to 3:45 in the Science Lab (C103) and it will be only available in September. It will be administered by a professional Ebru artist. This club is funded by Utah Division of Art and Museums.  It will be limited to 8 people because of the nature of the art. It will be first come first serve basis. You need to contact to Mrs. Walloch or Mrs. Kablan to sign up by Monday, September 4th. If there will be a demand, opening more classes will be considered.

This club will start the on Tuesday, September 5th and will go for 4 weeks only.

Open to parents, students and school staff.

 

FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics (Mr. Nelson, Tue/Thurs, Room A122) (High School Only)

FIRST Tech Challenge is a robotics competition organized by FIRST (www.firstinspires.org). In this club, students learn about building and programming robots for the competition. Students gain an understanding in robot building, programming, design, power tool usage, teamwork and overcoming challenges in an engineering challenge. There is a $150 fee per student to help cover the cost of materials and competition registrations.

Important Note: The selection for this club was made back in May. All available spots are full.

 

FLL Robotics (Mr. Eliason and Mrs. Mendenhall, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Room A118)

This club is part of the FLL Robotics yearlong elective where students are selected through a tryout process. FIRST LEGO League teams (middle school students) research a real-world problem such as food safety, recycling, energy, etc., and are challenged to develop a solution. They also must design, build, program a robot using LEGO MINDSTORMS®, then compete on a table-top playing field.

It all adds up to tons of fun while they learn to apply science, technology, engineering, and math concepts (STEM), plus a big dose of imagination, to solve a problem. Along their journey, they develop critical thinking and team-building skills, basic STEM applications, and even presentation skills, as they must present their solutions with a dash of creativity to judges. They also practice the Program’s Core Values, which emphasize discovery, teamwork and good sportsmanship.

 

Fundraiser Club (Coach Colby, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 2:50-3:50, Room A112)

The fundraiser club is a way to communicate with businesses and corporations in order to raise funds for the school.  Students will learn how to write letters and set appointments with owners/managers to help raise funds. We will be asking for a variety of funds from gift cards to monetary donations to be given out for scholarships, etc.  

Hiking, Sports, & Games Club (Mr. Harlow & Mrs. Theorine, Wednesdays, 2:50-5:00, B106)

Hiking, Sports, and Games club is hosted by Mr. Harlow and Mrs. Theorine. This club will be held every Wednesday after school until about 5PM. In the autumn and in the spring we will bring students to a few local, fun hikes. When the weather turns, we will find fun games to play indoors or we will play sports in the parking lot or at a nearby park. Some possibilities for sports and games include volleyball, basketball, or soccer. If you don't know how to play, we are happy to teach you! We are open to suggestions from the group for more sports. If you would like to join, please get a permission slip from Mrs. Theorine and return it by next week Monday. One permission slip is good for the whole year for all our activities. Hope to see you there!

Lego Storytellers' Club (Mr. Post, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 2:50-3:50, Room B110)

Stop motion animation has been around since the early days of film--and Legos offer an easy way to jump into this unique way of storytelling. Our club will meet twice a week and complete a number of projects throughout the year. From still-life photo recreations of favorite movie scenes to an actual movie made with Legos, we'll work together to create awesome stories with minifigures, bricks, and a little movie magic. 

(Depending on the level of interest, we might break up into two groups. For example, we may end up having a high school group on Tuesdays and a middle school group on Wednesdays.)

 

Library Club (Mr. Mattison, Tuesdays, 2:50-3:50, Room B112)

Our library will be completely student managed with a checkout system. We will need students to be there to help out in the mornings, during SSR, and after school. 

 

Music Jam and Tutoring (Miss. Musick, Wednesdays, 2:50-3:50, Room A102)

Come jam out and learn new music. Want to start a rock band COOL! Want to start a Doo-op group? COOL Want to start a boy band and call it Hip To The Now? AWESOME! Then sign up. This is also a great time to practice music homework and get help. 

Requirements: Own your own instrument

 

Meditation Club (Mr. Linderman, Mrs. Eller, Wednesdays, 3:50-4:50, B119)

The meditation club will help students focus on self-esteem issues and the ability to overcome these issues through self-regulation. In club students will participate in activities such as: meditation, relaxation techniques to improve upon their study habits, where/how to begin a project. These activities are meant to help students understand self-awareness and which directions to move for success in the classroom/life."

National Honor Society (Mr. Mattison, Thursdays, 2:50-3:50, Room B112)

Any student with a B or better in every class is welcome to join NHS. In NHS we plan and execute service projects, school activities, and support the school and community in any way we can. NHS is excellent experience for college applications and beyond. It shows leadership skills and initiative.

Outstanding Innovators Club (Mrs. Harding, Mr. Mattison, Wednesdays, 3:50-4:50, B112)

Want to program robots, make short films, and launch rockets? The idea of Innovators club is to plan, create, and execute any and all creative ventures. Come ready to get your hands on some tech, and to work towards the goals that we set as a club.

Scholarship Club (Coach Colby, Tuesdays, 2:50-3:50, Room A112)

The scholarship club will be a way to teach students how to apply for and receive scholarships.

Social/Improv Club (Ms. Hart, Mrs. Mendenhall, Mondays & Fridays, 2:50-4:50, Lunchroom)

Improv is a form of live and interactive theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are completely made up in the moment. We learn and practice new skills in a fun and social environment. In addition to developing our theatre improvisational skills, we will use our newly acclaimed knowledge and apply them to day-to-day social situations. Come join us and be apart of the funniest moments at school!

STEM/Science Fair Club (Mr. Akkaya, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:50-3:50, C101)

This club is for students who need help with their STEM projects for any step. This is also for students who need help with the science fair projects from finding project ideas to getting help with every step. This club will start when the STEM Expo details are released.

 

Student Council (Mrs. Firmage, Tuesdays, 2:50-3:50, Room B121) 

Student council is an important component in Beehive’s school culture and consists of a president, vice president, grade representatives, a secretary, historian and two treasurers. The president and vice president have already been elected, but all the other positions are open for elections. This group of highly motivated students organize and run many of the extra-curricular student activities of the year, such as the student store, dances, school parties, prom, charity fundraising, and spirit week to name just a few. Attendance after school on Tuesdays during club time is required for the weekly meetings, as well as some weekend hours for activities. Parent support is essential for these positions. Students must be elected into this club.

 

Technology Student Association (TSA) (Mrs. Taylor, Tuesdays, 2:50-3:50, Room C102)

TSA (Technology Student Association) is a club only offered for High School Students. It is a chance to participate in many different areas of competition and leadership. Some areas of competition that are available are 3D Animation, Biotechnology Design, Coding, Engineering Design, Music Production, Software Development, STEM Careers, Video Game Design, and many others. We will meet once a week on Tuesdays after school. Our goal will be to find an area where each member can be successful in the science and technology fields.

 

The Math Lab (Mr. DeFronzo, Tuesdays through Thursdays, 2:50-3:50, Room B105)

Mr. DeFronzo would like to offer The Math Lab on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday each week. Students from any grade may come in alone or with friends to work on homework together.  Myself along with peer tutors will be available when tutoring is needed. There will be calculators and other tools for students to use.  Students who attend can expect a quiet and safe environment to complete work for math or any class, an occasional snack provided by Mr. D., and Wi-Fi to log in to textbooks and academic websites.

 

Video Game Club (Mr. Bryant, Thursdays, 2:50-3:50, Room A116)

The objectives of this club are as follows: 

- To create a relaxing environment, in order to reduce stress for students.

- To generate more friendly competition between attending students. 

- To give more variation to the after school clubs.

The games that will be played will be varied, but will always be multiplayer, in order to create a friendly competition, or in order to build teamwork among peers.  All games will be rated E so no inappropriate material will be on school campus.  

Generally, the games played will be:

- Super Smash Brothers for Wii U, rated E 10+ on ESRB. 

- Various Pokémon games, generally rated E for Everyone on the ESRB. 

 

Yearbook Club (Mrs. Harding and Mrs. Walloch, Wednesdays, 2:50-3:50, Room B102)

Talk to Mrs. Walloch or Mrs. Harding so you can be part of documenting this year's stories! We will meet on Wednesday in Mrs. Harding's room in September and Mrs. Walloch’s room after that.  It’s great fun and you may get a Press Pass to events.

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