Supports, enhances and extends the learning of the school day. In collaboration with community partners, we offer 60+ before and after school programs that provide a safe, engaging environment to motivate and inspire students’ learning. The Youth Engagement Services team, organizes and coordinates with sites to improve students’ academic ability, particularly in the areas of reading and math. Strategies include one-to-one and small group tutoring, homework assistance, and a variety of enrichment and physical activities to provide additional learning opportunities.
Book club is where readers come together to discuss books in an informal setting. Students can enjoy a kind of community-building experience by meeting with friends to choose, read, and discuss books together. The meetings can come to life with discussions, arts and crafts, and activities. Come read – then live the experience…sail a tall ship…journey to a tea garden…help choose the next book — the next adventure.
Advisors: Ms. Raber and Mrs. Ledbetter
Back to School Night
It’s an evening where your child’s teachers will explain their goals for the class and for your child. The teachers will share information about what your child will be learning and their teaching style and methodology. Parents will learn how teachers grade and the requirements needed to get a good grade. Parents will find out about supplies their child will need to be successful that year and upcoming projects, events, or assignments.
Each month teachers and staff vote for a 7th and 8th grade student of the month and spartan of the month.
Students nominated and selected for Student of the Month excels academically and is involved in extracurricular activities.
Students nominated and selected for Spartan of the month exhibits the spirit and attitude of a Spartan.