After School Clubs & Activities
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Shaw After School Clubs
Shaw Middle School in connection with Communities in Schools (CIS) offers a variety of after-school clubs for the students to learn about things outside their regular subjects, to socialize with their peers and enjoy doing the things they are passionate about at Shaw after-school.
Shaw after-school clubs are also designed to help students success in their daily school subjects. Communities in Schools (CIS) has collaborated with Shaw staff to build academic support into the after-school club environment.
The after-school goal is to offer experiences for Shaw students to grow their curiosities, build relationships, learn new things, and have fun.
Any student wanting to participate in before and after school events needs to have a permission slip on file. If you didn't sign a permissions slip at conferences, there are extra copies available in the student office.
TO FIND OUT MORE PLEASE CALL or EMAIL: CIS 21st CCLC Program Coordinator Darcia Taylor.
GU GAME: 6th grade GU mentors will use athletics, play activities, and reflection as an avenue for relationship building. Students must be on the roster to attend on Monday AM. Email DarciaT2@spokaneschools.org GAME, name, grade, and student ID number BY THE FRIDAY BEFORE to be able to attend. GU consent packet required and available in the student office.
CHESS CLUB: 6-8th grade. The Shaw Chess Club is expanding and will be offering opportunities to Learn/Play/Teach a variety of games, including chess, checkers, puzzles, and other board games. Come learn to play in a whole new way. Mondays 3:45-5:00 in the Shaw library.
MUSIC CLUB: 6-8TH grade. The Shaw Music Club has expanded to include EWU and Around the Piano NOW on Monday Rock out with Mr. Green, Tuesday Digital Music with Mr. Long and Wednesday Around the Piano with Ms. Frankie. Through these clubs you will play games, play musical instruments, make music, listen to music, relax, sing, express yourself, make friends, and so much more. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 3:45-5:00pm
FITNESS CLUB: 6-8th grade. Shaw Fitness Club offers guided activities in a group setting to help encourage students to be active, improve their well-being, build strength and endurance, make friends, and have fun. Monday and Wednesday 3:45-5:00pm
GU STEM-Cooking up Chemistry: 6-8th grade. Science in Action is a GU mentorship club that will explore and teach aspects of the world of science through Cooking up Chemistry. Have fun and build relationships all while learning about science. Mondays 3:45-5:00pm
HOMEWORK CLUB: SOAR/APEX/ARMADA/YETI Shaw homework clubs are academic grade specific and teacher lead. This is a time for students to stay after school with a teacher from their CORE team. Offering more individualized instruction in academic areas of need. See the club schedule for days and teachers involved.
THEATER ARTS CLUB: 6-8th grade. Future Script Stars! Are you ready to embark on an EPIC journey into the world of creativity and imagination? The Theater Arts club is calling all budding playwrights, dreamers, and storytellers to join our club. Create your own magical worlds, quirky characters or thrilling adventures. Build your creative spirit, have fun, build relationships. Tuesday 3:45-5:00pm.
MAKERS CLUB: Shaw Makers Club is a collaborative workspace inside school for making, learning, exploring and sharing high-tech to no-tech tools. The club space is open to club members and is facilitated by Mr. Lee. Learn about a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, and so much more. Wednesday 3:45 – 5:00.
BOOK CLUB: Team Yeti and Team Soar - To explore new books and make new friends. Join us for a calming and chill time, where we participate in discussions about the books we read, enjoy snacks, create art, write, and have fun reading. Wednesday 3:45-5:00pm.
GU CONNECTIONS: 6-8th Grade. Connections is a one-on-one mentoring program that focuses on improving the academic and social success of students by pairing Gonzaga students in mentoring relationships with Shaw students. The program is designed to help students create a vision for the future and a plan for how that vision can become a reality. GU mentors and students will participate in a variety of academic, recreational and social activities with weekly meetings on Thursdays 3:45-5:00pm.
DUNGEONS & DRAGONS CLUB: 6-8th Grade. Dungeons & Dragons is the world’s most popular tabletop role-playing game. It is a cooperative, storytelling game where you and other players take on the roles of different characters within a story. As you play, your character will make friends and enemies, fight monsters, discover loot, and complete quests. Whether you’re discovering the game after watching D&D Honor Among Thieves, your friends have invited you to take a seat at their gaming table, or you just want to try something new D&D club is here. Thursday 3:45-5:00pm
CIS A&P CLUB: 6-8th Grade. Communities in Schools Academic & Personal club creates opportunities through activities and mentoring that will help students grow in their academic and personal lives. Activities will vary each day. Relationship building with CIS Staff daily. See the club schedule for days and times.
VIDEO CREATION CLUB: 8th Grade Only. The Shaw Video Creation Club will be focused on all things PODCASTING. Whether you want to be the HOST, behind the CAMERA, DIRECT content or PRODUCE the final product then video creation is where to begin that dream. This is a CIS sponsored club. Enrollment is limited. STARTING Wednesday 3/27. SIGN UP by 3/20 email Video Creation Club, your name and student ID# DarciaT2@spokaneschools.org
Gonzaga Programs at Shaw
Gonzaga Partners at Shaw!
Connections is a one-on-one mentoring program that focuses on improving the academic and social success of youth by pairing Gonzaga students in relationships with Shaw students. The program helps the student create a vision for the future and a plan for how that vision can become a reality. Mentors and mentees participate in a variety of academic, recreational, and social activities. They meet weekly on Thursdays and mentors visit their students once a week at school. For more information about the Connections program, please contact Bailey Wooten at firstname.lastname@example.org.