AMS Clubs and Activities
Art ClubAdvisor: Mrs. MicucciMeets: WednesdaysTime: 2:45-3:40pmWhere: Art RoomStarting: 9/27/2023
Art Club is a place to be creative, have fun, and make art together. Each week we will have project choices which will include group activities/ games/ contests, working extra on class projects, or working on free-choice art. There is a Google Classroom set up where students can share ideas, show their work, and post comments. We will meet Wednesdays, from 2:45-3:40 starting September 27. Contact advisor Rebecca Micucci at email@example.com to join us.
Best BuddiesAdvisors: Kelly-Ann RomanoMeets: First Tuesday of every MonthTime: 2:45-3:40pmWhere: AMS Room 123Starting: 10/3/2023
Best Buddies is a social club created to foster one-to-one friendships between middle school students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Through their participation, people with and without IDD form meaningful connections with their peers, gain self-confidence and self-esteem, share interests, experiences and activities. Best Buddies helps to create an inclusive middle school culture for all students early on in their educational development. Please join by filling out this online form: www.bestbuddies.org/join and contact KellyAnn Romano with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.Chess ClubAdvisors: Mrs. Sadana & Mr. Van WyheMeets: MondaysTime: 2:45-3:40pmWhere: Art RoomStarting: 10/2/2023
Do you have what it takes to CHECKMATE your opponent? The AMS Chess Club is starting on Monday, October 2nd! We'll be meeting every Monday after school. Participation is free. Please email Mrs. Sadana or Mr. Van Wyhe and you'll be invited to join the chess club on Google Classroom! email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.Diversity ClubAdvisors: Mrs. Micucci & Ms. RoyMeets: Thursdays 1x/monthTime: 2:45 -3:40pmWhere: Art RoomStarting: 9/21/2023
Diversity Club is a safe space for conversations and support for LGBT+ issues and any other issues around diversity in our school (race, religion, gender, and social issues). We are a group that gets together to talk about differences and to celebrate what makes us each unique. Friends and allies are welcome to join us. We meet once a month on Thursdays from 2:45-3:40 (first meeting will be September 21), and we also have a Google Classroom to chat and post important information. We end the year with a Chalk the Walks for Pride event, Juneteenth celebrations, and a PRIDE party in June. Contact advisors Rebecca Micucci at email@example.com or Kelly Roy at firstname.lastname@example.org to join us.Dungeons & Dragons
ClubAdvisor: Mr. CarlsonMeets: MondaysTime: 2:45 -3:45pmWhere: AMS LibraryFirst Meeting:Tues. 9/26/23Starting: 10/2/2023
The first D & D meeting will be on Tuesday, 9/26 at 2:50pm in the AMS Library. This first meeting will be just an informational meeting and will last 20-30 minutes. All students are welcome to attend. The club will generally meet on Mondays for the rest of the year(October 2nd is the next meeting date). Have you ever dreamed of going on an adventure to fight dragons, solve mysteries, find treasure and eventually save the world? If you have, then Dungeons and Dragons Club might be for you! In Dungeons and Dragons Club, members will learn to play the world's most popular roleplaying game, Dungeons and Dragons, create their own characters, work together to solve problems and have lots of fun on their way to save the day. Dungeons and Dragons Club welcomes all and no experience playing the game is needed. The club will meet every Tuesday starting October 4th. If you have any questions, please contact the club advisor Mr. Carlson at email@example.com .
NOTE: There will be an informational meeting for all students interested in joining Dungeons and Dragons Club on Tuesday, September 26th. Meeting will take place in Room 203 at 2:45pm and will last about 30 minutes. Students should make arrangements to be picked up or plan on taking the late bus from the Middle School.
Drama ClubAdvisor: TBHMeets: MondaysTime: TBAWhere: TBAStarting: TBA
Drama Club will run on Mondays. We will be rehearsing a fall play and a spring musical.
Not every student will be needed for rehearsal every week; we will work out a monthly schedule once the show is cast!
More information will be available once a new AMS Drama teacher is hired.Math Counts
Advisor: Karen BernierMeets: MondaysTime: 2:45-3:45Where: Room 222Starting: 10/2/2023
MathCounts will run on Mondays from 2:45-3:45 in Room 222.
This year we will compete in several competitions including MathCounts and the AMC8. MathCounts has added additional competitions to the series including an invitational in which a minimum of one student per chapter will advance. We will meet Mondays to practice. In addition, we will register interested club members in the Stock Market Game. Our first meeting will be held on Monday, October 2nd.STEM Club
Advisor: Joseph LimaMeets: WednesdaysTime: 2:45-3:45pmWhere: Rm 122Starting: 9/27/2023Are you interested in programming? Are you interested in Robotics? Do you want to learn more about 3D design and printing? Are you interested in learning how things work? Then the STEM Club is for you! STEM Club is a place where you can hang out with other students to learn new skills or to explore topics that you find interesting. No pre-registration or time commitment is required. We will meet on Wednesdays after school in the STEM classroom (Room 122) from 2:45 to 3:45pm. The first meeting will be on September 27th.Hope to see you there!
Advisors: Ms. Phipps & Ms. StantonMeets: TuesdaysTime: 2:50-3:50pmWhere: Rm 216Starting: 9/26/2023
The Timepiece club is perfect for anyone interested in writing, reading, and/or art! Our meetings will be on Mondays from 2:50-3:50 PM in Ms. Phipps’ room (216). Each week will have a different focus so you can choose to come to all meetings or choose the ones that most interest you! Some meetings will revolve around a shared read (The Maze Runner, for example) and writing about this. Other meetings will involve literary activities such as blackout poetry and newspaper articles. The Timepiece will also be looking for art pieces to feature as well! Every few months, we will release a digital copy of our literary magazine, featuring work we have done throughout the months. Students interested in joining The Timepiece should contact Ms. Phipps at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ms. Stanton at email@example.com. The first meeting will be on Monday, September 26th. Hope to see you there!