Lionville Middle School

LIONVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL

2016-2017 Clubs & Intramurals

 

ANIME CLUB-Advisor: Mr. Peck, A103, Start date Sept. TBA  2:45 – 3:45.

Get together to enjoy the art of Japanese Anime.  Members share teaching different techniques and styles.  The Anime Club is open to any student from Lionville Middle School.  For more information, please contact Mr. Peck. 

 

CERAMICS STUDIO -Advisor: Mrs. Cowherd, A146, Thursdays 2:50 – 4:20, starts Oct  ~ 10 weeks

Ceramics Studio is a open to all grade levels. Students will be instructed in hand built techniques including coil and slab construction.  Students will produce a variety of functional and decorative pieces possibly including tiles, bowls, wind chime, jewelry and ornaments.   Membership is limited.  Permission slips will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.

           

CHALLENGE CLUB-Advisors: Mr. Waber,  A235, 2:35-3:45PM, starts TBD.

The Challenge Club has been established for the purpose of encouraging knowledge, growth in communications skills, self-confidence and risk taking.  The club will provide programs throughout the year that will build interest, experience and challenges in a variety of activities such as brain games and academic contests.

 

CHESS CLUBAdvisor:  Mr. Frederick, A101 Starts in October twice monthly Students will meet to play chess and learn more about the rules and strategies of chess.

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COMPUTER CLUB  -Advisor:  Mrs. Hervada A273  begins late Sept. The LMS Computer Club will provide opportunities for students to experience new technology and experiment with software.  Multiple softwares will be used to experiment and create projects.

 

ECOLOGY CLUB-Advisors:  Mrs. Kroboth, Library, 2:46-4:00pm, starts Sept. 13.  (roughly bi-weekly)

The Ecology Club is an academic oriented club, throughout the year guest lecturers teach the students to be stewards of their environment.  Club members participate in many exciting activities that help us to learn about PA forestry, wildlife, soils, aquatics and current environmental issues.  The club also does school service projects and beautification, such as maintaining the school courtyard.  Members also enjoy social activities including ecology games, and nature crafts. In the spring we compete in the Chester County Envirothon.  This competition continues at the high school level with a state and national contest.  The club’s goal is to instill an appreciation and a greater understanding of our ecosystem.

 

HOMEWORK CLUB-Advisors: Mr. Wells, Mr. J. Luzak -Rm TBA, 2:46-3:46pm-starts Sept. 15.

The club will take place after school for 1 hour on Tues. and Thurs. until 3:36pm for any student who wants to use the school's resources for organizing, planning, and accomplishing work for school. Students will have access to computers, printers, project materials, and tutors for all kinds of subjects.. Homework Club will not meet on early dismissal days.

 

INTRAMURAL SPORTS Students should listen to daily TV studio announcements for time and location of intramural activities.  ( Dodgeball, Running, and Open Gym-seasonal athletic activities)

 

MATHCOUNTS--Advisor: Mrs. Caramanica, A201, starts Sept.. TBA

Meetings held 2:46-4:00pm Sept-Nov and 2:46-4:30pm Dec-March*. Mathcounts is a national mathematics program sponsored by the National Society of Professional Engineers and Raytheon.  The purpose of this club is to motivate students to improve math skills through a nat’l program that incorporates enrichment, coaching, and competition.  The MATHCOUNTS Club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:50 to 4:00 to learn and practice problem-solving techniques.  Students compete at the local, state, and national levels.

 

PAINTING  CLUB - Advisor: Mrs. Cowherd, A146, starts Spring 2016 (Early March –dates TBD) 8 sessions

Painting Club is open to all students who would enjoy learning a variety of painting techniques.  Water colors and acrylics will be explored. Students would have the opportunity to select and create their own project. 

 

NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY-Advisor: Mr. Selcher, TBA

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students.  Lionville Middle School’s chapter of NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Character and Citizenship.  New members will be added in the Spring through a selection process.

 

PATRIOTS CLUB:   Advisor Mrs. Mousley, Mrs. Immel, Ms. Wardrop, meeting dates TBD

The club will plan Veteran’s Day, Law Enforcement Day, and Memorial Day programs.  Work and interact with Veterans from our area. First mtg Oct. 13 2:50-3:50 in room A125.

 

READING OLYMPICSAdvisor: Ms. Pavone, Meeting dates TBD

Reading Olympics encourages reading and discussion of books from a pre-approved list. Students will participate in the Reading Olympic Competition in the Spring demonstrating their knowledge from the list of books.

 

ROBOTICS CLUB: Advisor: Ms. Edwards Meet on Tuesdays. 

Robotics club will meet weekly on Tuesdays from Sept.-Dec. Students will get the opportunity to explore the robotic system of their choice and solve given scenarios.

 

SEA PERCH CLUB: Advisor: Ms. Edwards –weekly on Tuesdays from January through April,

More days included in April before our competition. This is an 8th grade only club where students will explore under water robotics.

 

SKI & SNOWBOARD CLUB-Advisors: Ms. Edwards & Ms. Magaard, Location & Dates TBA

Ski Club gives students of both grades the opportunity to learn or enhance their ability to ski and /or snowboard

as well as meet and interact with other skiers/boarders.  A mandatory safety meeting is held in Dec.  Ski trips

are in Jan. & Feb.

 

TV STUDIO- Advisor: Mr. Raines. B107, ON AIR every morning and once a week for REACH.

Students are able to experience the working of a TV studio, everything from ON AIR to behind the cameras.  Students will learn how to use the studio equipment and do announcements for the school

 

YEARBOOK CLUB  - Advisors:  Mrs. Dziunycz & Mrs. Moyer  Dates TBD

Students will take and edit photographs for the LMS yearbook.  They also work on lay-outs and editing of the publication.

           

YOGA CLUB-Advisor: Mrs. Pavone, A106,  Spring-TBA

Yoga Club – There’s no place like “om.” Work on strength, flexibility and balance, while improving your overall focus and energy level! Yoga club is for everyone! Prepare for your Spring sport or get fit while having challenging fun. Times and dates will be announced.

 

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