Service Clubs

Service Clubs
2016-2017

Future Educators of America (FEA) Club
Ms. Horr
Before school ; First & Third Wednesdays of the month. ; begins October

Students will start the year working exclusively with Ms. Horr in a large group to learn about different things all teachers do behind the scenes, and will eventually be placed with teachers throughout the building after the new year to assist in classrooms and learn further what teachers do; students may also participate in teaching a mini-lesson, helping with a do-now, checking in HW, or other tasks. Once everyone starts meeting with their own teacher-mentor, the large group will be a place where we share what activities have taken place. In the spring, FTA members will also assist with ‘Take Your Child to Work Day’ activities for children of HMS staff and Teacher Appreciation activities. NOTE: Extra large-group meetings may be needed around these busy times.

PRIDE (Peers Respecting Individual Differences Everyday)
Mrs. Mahler & Ms. Lindenberg
7:45 - 8:15 a.m. ; Fridays ; begins October

PRIDE is a leadership organization that focuses on bullying prevention. Students must be responsible, comfortable as public speakers, and confident serving as role models. Enrollment is limited. The selection process takes multiple factors into consideration, including the student's application, teacher input, a brief interview, and the importance of creating a diverse group.

REBEL (Reaching Everyone by Exposing Lies)
Mrs. Mahler & Mrs. Pierfy
7:45 - 8:15 a.m. ; Tuesdays ; begins October

REBEL is a peer leadership organization aimed at tobacco prevention and education. Students must be responsible, comfortable as public speakers, and confident serving as role models. Enrollment is limited. The intensive selection process takes multiple factors into consideration, including the student's application, teacher input, a brief interview, and the importance of creating a diverse group.

Student Council
Mr. Sharples & Mrs. Getz
Before school ; Wednesdays ; starts October

Student Council is a service organization which represents the entire HMS student body. Students who participate in Student Council learn how to become involved citizens and will learn lifelong lessons in leadership, public speaking, networking and organization while helping to organize and run various philanthropic and spirit activities.

Student Leadership Corp (SLC)
Mrs. Mahler, Mr. Daneshpour, Ms. Menafro
7:45 - 8:15 a.m. ; Thursdays ; begins October

SLC is a leadership organization open to 7th and 8th graders that provides peer-to-peer drug and alcohol education. Students must be responsible, comfortable as public speakers, and confident serving as role models. Enrollment is limited. The selection process takes multiple factors into consideration, including student's application, teacher input, a brief interview and the importance of creating a diverse group.

STAR - Students Together Achieving Respect
Mrs. Mahler & Mr. Heck
7:45 - 8:15 a.m. ; Thursdays ; begins October

STAR sponsors a variety of activities throughout the school year to promote kindness, respect and compassion. Past activities have included Keep Calm and Post On, Candles of Kindness, Peace Day, No Name Calling Week, Appreciation Days, and more! STAR is perfect for any 7th or 8th grade student who wishes to make a difference at HMS and promote positive school climate. Although STAR will meet weekly, you are welcome to join at any time, even if you cannot attend every week. Come as often as you can.

T.O.P.S. (Together Our Peers Succeed)
Ms. Ferreri
Before school ; 3rd Wednesday ; begins Wednesday, September 21st

Hey 8th graders, are you looking to promote school spirit and make a change for the better in our school and community? Then T.O.P.S. is the leadership club for you.

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