Clubs & Activities

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    Glover Clubs are cancelled until further notice 

     

Disc Golf

Learn how to play disc golf!

Twice a week 3:30-5:30

Shannon Deerheim

shannond@spokaneschools.org

D&D Club

Learn about and play Dungeons & Dragons!

Mondays 3:40-5:30,

Contact:

Brent Christensen

brentc@spokaneschools.org

Wyldlife

Come join us for games & pizza through God's love!

Non early release Fridays 3:30-5:30 Feb-May

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

Work with Glover teachers and Whitworth students do discuss topics relating to the LGBT+ community

Dates: TBD

Drama Club

A fun & safe club where practice & explore acting and improv skills

Wednesdays 3:30-4:30

Contact:

Kelly Evanson

kellye@spokaneschools.org

Tech Club

Learn about coding, basic game-making, photo editing software

Wednesdays 3:30-4:30

Contact:

Nerissa Meyer

nerissam@spokaneschools.org

Other Programs & Activities

Wyldlife

We accomplish our purpose of our Wyldlife Club at Glover by .....

  • Going where kids are and building personal relationships with them.
  • Providing experiences that are fun, adventurous and life-changing.
  • Working with a team of like-minded individuals — Whitworth University student leaders, committee members, and staff.
  • And by helping young people develop the skills, assets and attitudes to reach their full God-given potential.

We meet on non-early release Fridays from February to Mid-May 3:30- 5:30.

Come join us for games and pizza!

F.A.S.T

F.A.S.T. stands for the Falcon Academic Support Team and is an after-school program that offers academic support to students who may need to make up work, need extra time to complete work or just a quiet place to finish class work before going home.

F.A.S.T. stands for the Falcon Academic Support Team and is an after-school program that offers academic support to students who may need to make up work, need extra time to complete work or just a quiet place to finish class work before going home. 

FAST helps students get caught up in Math, English, Social Studies and Science.
 

Gonzaga Eye-To-Eye Mentoring

Eye to Eye is the only national movement that pairs college Mentors with students with learning disabilities (LD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Gonzaga Eye-To-Eye pairs students from Glover with college students from Gonzaga.

The program uses art-based curriculum, the mentors in the program help the students with LD and ADHD build self-esteem as they embrace their abilities as different thinkers.

Eye to Eye promotes self advocacy and continues to strike out stigma so that those who are labeled can become their own best advocates.

RISE

Students meet with a college mentor from Whitworth University one day a week to set goals and complete homework assignments.

Gonzaga Athletes Mentoring for Excellence

G.A.M.E. uses athletics and social interactions to increase the self esteem and resilience of middle school students.


The dedication and lessons learned through sports and other social activities aim to help the youth succeed in school and beyond.

Ignight Basketball

Ignight Basketball (IBA) is a collaboration between Spokane Public Schools and Spokane Hoopfest Association.  It's a community - school based intervention and outreach program offering a safe, constructive activity to Spokane youth.  The program also focuses on education and awareness through inspiration speakers for both students and parents prior to each game.
 
It is set up in a 3-on-3 basketball format based on Hoopfest tournament rules.
 
Entries are located in the Main Office.
  • For more information
    please contact 354-5350