"Building a Better Tomorrow"
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****BEST YEAR EVER****
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OCTOBER 14-17, 2016
NOVEMBER 7, 2016
DECEMBER 1, 2016
3RD GRADE PROGRAM
6 PM AND 7 PM
We offer many after school clubs for students to be involved in. Please inquire in the office for more details.
Aerospace Club- Learning about aerospace can lead to an exciting and enjoyable career. Students will learn the history of flight and examine the dynamics of flight and design of aircrafts. Students will be challenged to figure out a way to survive if stranded somewhere (such as the moon). They will build their own rocket and launch it in the spring, and these are for them to keep. The opportunities in the field of aerospace are expansive and we want students to become aware of these opportunities and the importance of education. There will be many occasions for them to participate in activities and interact with guest speakers. We will meet the third Wednesday of each month, and our first meeting is September 21, 2016, 3:30-4:30. Students must have turned in a permission slip in order to stay for meetings. The membership fee is $20.00 which covers a portion of the supplies needed for activities and will include a shirt. Have fun, learn, and come “fly” with us as we explore aerospace! The club sponsors are Mrs. Buckner, Mrs. Cronin, Miss Valentine, and Mr. Lanagan.
Beta Club- Our chapter of the National Jr. Beta Club is a service club that is open to 5th grade students. The club will begin after the second six weeks is completed. To be qualified, students must be working on or above grade level, maintain honor roll status, and exhibit acceptable behavior. Dues are approximately $25.00. Meetings are usually the last Thursdays of each month starting in January. There are a few after school projects, and it is a great opportunity for students to gain community service. Sponsors are Mr. Allen, Mrs. Moseley, Mrs. Roberts, Mr. Hurst, and Mrs. Baldwin.
Drama Club- This club meets every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 3:30-5:00 beginning Tuesday, September 6, 2016. The cost is $10.00 (non-refundable) to cover the cost of costumes, props, materials, advertising, etc. This club promotes a successful working relationship between parents, students, and faculty, as well as a chance to learn how to perform in front of an audience. Club members learn about theater through educational productions and lecture series with guest entertainers. Club sponsors provide opportunities for artistic growth and strive to develop an appreciation for all forms of performing arts including singing, dancing, and technical work. The Drama Club will perform “We The People” on November 7, 2016. The club sponsors are Mr. West, Mrs. White, Miss Duffey and Miss Davis.
Environmental Club- This club meets the 4th Tuesday of every month from 3:15-4:30. This club is a fun way to explore the ideas of reusing, reducing, and recycling. We will have several guest speakers teaching us about nature, safety when hiking and camping, planting, recycling, and reusing materials to make new items. There is a $5.00 fee to cover the cost of materials. The club sponsors are Miss Deason, Mrs. Ramsey, Dr. McCarter, and Miss Jones.
Student Council- The mission is to promote leadership and citizenship at Sevierville Intermediate School. Elected class representatives meet monthly at 7:30 in the morning to discuss ideas proposed for school and community improvement. The Student Council representatives will share the information from the meetings with their classmates to involve all students in school and community service projects. Look for this to start in September. The teacher sponsors are Mrs. Richmond, Miss Valentine, Mrs. Hodges, Miss Marlow, Mrs.Smithwick, Mrs. Rohrer, and Mrs. Chaney.
SIS Running Club- This club is for students who want to become more physically fit and active. Students will advance in all running skills (pace, distance, coordination, etc.). In the fall, students work towards improving their mile time for PE. In the spring, students run relay races to practice track and field events. Students must be able to run 1 mile without stopping in order to participate in this club. We will meet Tuesdays after school from 3:15-4:15. You must provide a copy of a current physical to participate. There is no cost for materials. The club sponsors are Mrs. Shanton, Mrs. Stott, and Mr. Carter. The club will start in October.
Technology Club-The Technology Club will introduce students to a variety of computer skills and tools as well as online resources, including educational games, Microsoft Office, and the wonderful world of Google! This club will meet the last Wednesday of the month until 4:15 and is sponsored by Mrs. Rohrer and Mrs. Clark.