Clubs and Activities
The AISA Middle School strives to provide fun and enlightening after school activities and clubs for its Middle School students. Clubs run from 2:50 - 3:30 and meet weekly. There are lots of different things to get involved in and we hope to see as many students out at our clubs as possible. Students are encouraged to visit the clubs and activities fair in the last week of September regarding more information about clubs and activities.
We are always on the lookout for parent volunteers who are willing to share an expertise of hidden talent with our students. If you have the time, a liitle bit of patience and a skill to share with our children please do not hesitate to contact me:
Mr. Stoutt - Middle School Co-Ordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Middle School Book ClubMs. Holmes & Mrs. Rasmussen
All students are welcome to share their latest favorite books, participate in discussions and activities, and enjoy snacks. Book Club began last year and we ended with taking a trip to see "The Hunger Games"! Join us to see what fun we get into this year!
Love to draw? Are you a fan of Naruto, Bleach, or One-Piece Grand Battle? If so, check out the Manga Club! We meet every Tuesday and watch anime, check out manga, and draw our favorite characters for upcoming events. All levels of anime and manga enthusiasts are welcome. We are happy to teach and excited to share with fellow fans of the Japanese art of manga.
Sets/Costumes for MS/HS Plays
Open to all 6-8th graders. Room 328 is where sets and costumes are constructed, assembled, and laid out for 3 plays yearly. Dates will be posted. The schedule is every Sunday,Monday, and Thursday 2:45-4:30 during production time. Each play is unique, so each production will be varied, but plan on getting dirty, having some fun, and learning about art "30 feet away!"
“Homework Club” is a scheduled time after school where students can do their homework and study for tests. This will help those students who perform poorly to achieve higher grades, due to lack of homework completion or at home study. Having a specific time set aside for homework helps set an example that will eventually help teens better structure their own time. It provides the opportunity and support students need to complete assignments. Homework Club is NOT a tutoring session. The supervising adult may redirect or encourage the student to get tasks done, but the ultimate goal is for students to complete work on their own.
Ms. Moss & Mr. Luukkonen
WELCOME TO THE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB!
You don't need a fancy camera to be in the club, you can use a point and shoot camera or a care ram phone. It's not the camera that makes a great photograph- it's the photographer. We will work with you to help you become the best photographer you can be. We will be learning about basic camera skills, camera settings, photographic techniques, photo editing software, etc.. Bring your camera and any photos you have taken that you would like to show off.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask Ms. Sarah or Mr. Luukkonen.
Are you interested in designing, building and programming Robots using Lego Mind storms? If so, join us in the Middle and High School Robotics Club. The Robotics club meets once a week on Sundays. Students work in groups of three to build and program lego robots. No prior experience is required to join this club.