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2017-18 After School Clubs/Activities
Clubs and activities run at various times throughout the year. Check with the club adviser, Eye TV or the daily announcements for sign-up details.
Art Clubs: Willett-Applications are available in the art room. Anyone who likes to paint and draw, is welcome to please sign up. Various art clubs will take place during the year.
- Art Club: Students will be involved with individual and group art projects.
Basketball Club: Carraher- Club runs Mid Oct-Mid Nov. Intramural basketball is coed for 6, 7, 8th graders. Students will participate in a few warm-up drills, divide into teams and play basketball.
Builders Club: Torpey-Year Round-Community service organization devoted to helping out local charities: ACS, AHA, Red Cross and others. Members must participate in 75% of the activities to be eligible for the Macungie Park Trip.
Cinema Appreciation: M. Keeley-This club will discuss Movies throughout the years and the details that go into movie production. We will discuss that advancements and changes of production over the years.
Cosmo Club: Atkinson-This club is organized to discuss the world of fashion and current trends in hair and makeup.
Craft Club: Najarian-This club is designed to use your creative side for various projects. We work on new and creative projects.
Dance Club: Najarian Year Round-We will be putting together a middle school level dance team. Designed to dance routines to produce an Eyer Middle School Dance Recital.
ELP-Extended Learning Program:various teachers Yearly-The purpose of this program is to provide additional instructional time and support to assist students who are not meeting academic requirements. This program is focused on supporting the general grade-level standards/course curriculum (ex: classwork completion, homework completion, project completion, study skill, mastery learning). The Extended Learning Program will be facilitated by Eyer teachers and staff. The sessions will be held after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:35-3:55.
ELP will be required for students who are earning an F or D in two or more of their core classes.If your student is selected for ELP, a letter with a contract will be sent home for parents/guardians and students to sign.
German Club: Ruch-Morrin-Are you interested in learning more about Germany? This club is offered to all grade level students who are interested in learning more about Germany and its culture.
History Day: Smurda/Boyle/Ketcham-History Day Club is a club designed to help students develop their critical thinking, analysis and research skills through the development of their History Day project. The History Day project is an enrichment to the social studies curriculum. Students choose to participate by choosing a topic that fits the theme chosen by the National History Day Committee and then creating a project that shows in depth analysis of the topic in connection with the theme. Students who participate compete in the local competition held in January. Then students can advance to the regional competition held at Penn State Hazleton in March. With exceptional projects, students may even advance into the state competition held in May at Millersville University.
Homework Club: Busteed/Dean-Year Round-This activity meets every Tuesday and Thursday. Students having a difficult time completing assignments are encouraged to take advantage of this unique opportunity. Homework club is staffed by our Instructional Support Teacher and other staff members. Students may sign up for the club on an “as needed” basis. Students can also be referred to the club by a teacher or parent.
Intro to Juggling/Basic Juggling: Domyan-Have you ever wanted to learn how to juggle? Come learn the basics of juggling. You jund need to bring 3 small objects to juggle.
Kid Citizens: Kannenberg-Year Round-This is a community and school service organization combined with our global service club. Junior Kid to Kid and Global Citizens clubs have combined to make a new club. We sponsor a chili cook off and craft fair, raises money for charities and sponsors a family through a local shelter, Turning Point. We are a global service club which meets and organizes activities that support diversity, justice and human rights around the world. Our goal is to raise global awareness by serving whomever is in need and learning about cultures around the world.
Martial Arts: D. Kukitz-These clubs are designed to introduce the student to martial arts/self defense/kung fu. Students will learn basic techniques, exercises, drills and defensive awareness.
Lego Club: Krissinger-Fall & Early Winter-This Club is designed to spark your creative talents using Legos. There will be 2- 8 week sessions held. We will be located in room 663. Bring Legos to share with the group.
Mathcounts: Hummell-October-February-Students must enjoy solving brain-busters and math contest problems. The competition team will participate in a regional contest at Lower Macungie Middle School in February. The competition team can advance to state and national level contests.
Movie Critics Club: Spadt-This club is designed to critic movies and how they are made.
Ping Pong Club: Krissinger-This club is designed to learn the basics of ping pong and provide students with a few friendly games to enhance their skills.
Riddleympics: Decker-This club is designed to challenge students minds through riddles and thinking puzzles.
Scrapbooking/Memories: Jones-Thursday’s Year Round-Open to all students who are interested in learning how to preserve and layout photographs using acid-free materials in a scrapbook. It is also an opportunity to meet students who have the same interest in scrapbooking.
Spring Musical: Najarian-November-March-Selections will be determined by the musical committee for each Spring’s production. Students are encouraged to participate in the productions whether they are interested in the spotlight or behind the stage w/stage crew. Information will become available in the Fall.
Strategy Games: Najarian-Students will learn strategies and play games like Chess and Risk to challenge their minds.
Strengthening Club: M. Domyan-Students will have an opportunity to learn proper weight lifting and strengthening techniques.
Student Council: Budinas/Knecht-Year Round-7th and 8th grade students are chosen each spring for the following school year. This club meets before or after school one to two times a month. Student Council focuses on developing an awareness of student government as well as school spirit. Student Council is involved with school dances and other school activities.
Walking Club: Jones Fall and Spring-This club encourages students to get out and walk around the surrounding Eyer Community. We meet in the fall and spring.
What’s New in Manufacturing: Gillon-This club takes a look at production manufacturing of products. Shows students how materials are used to make a final product.
Yearbook: Willett-Year Round-The Eyer Yearbook Club offers students the opportunity to be part of creating a visual masterpiece of the years’ many memories. Students are in charge of taking the photos as well as designing and organizing the 60+ pages of the yearbook. Sign-ups for this club take place in early fall and students will be required to fill out an application, as there are limited spaces available per grade level.