Students will engage in STEM projects connected to real life problem solving. Students will be able to apply content learned in class to real life application – “Discover the exciting science and technology advances happening around us through fun hands-on activities and discussions!”.
Boot Camp/Pin Dodge – Monday – 2:25-4:25PM – Meet in Gym
Boot Camp/Weight Room – Thursday – 2:25-4:25PM – Meet in Aux. Gym
Boot Camp is a program designed to help all students reach a higher level of personal fitness. We will incorporate all elements of fitness including: speed, quickness, agility, explosiveness and strength. We will work with multiple types of fitness equipment, plus utilize the weight room. The program is designed to accommodate students of all levels of fitness and help them reach new personal bests.
Boot Camp is limited to 24 students on Monday and 24 students on Thursday for the 2nd Sign-up online below.
The FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) is a student organization offering opportunity for students to develop leadership skills while participating in various hands-on activities. There are online and in-person ways for students to compete at the local, state and national level. We have themed meetings where students will do a variety of fun activities such as baking, sewing, cooking and of course, eating. Students can also earn service hours by helping with community projects developed by the members.
FCCLA will have an Interest Meeting on Monday, 9/18 in Rm. 143 and will continue to meet weekly throughout the year.
Students who attend Eco Club will have the opportunity to:
Eco Club meets from 2:25-4:25 in Room 105 on Wednesday and Room 116 on Thursday. There is no sign-up required for Eco Club.
Students will engage in STEM projects connected to real life problem solving. Students will be able to apply content learned in class to real life application – “Discover the exciting science and technology advances happening around us through fun hands-on activities and discussions!”
Model UN club engages students in a simulation of the United Nations system by learning about the UN system, the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation. Model UN team members have fun learning about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events. Model UN is an academic club and will be participating in a few conferences in the Fairfax region over the course of the school year. Students participating in Model UN will be expected to attend all meetings and maintain a 3.0 GPA.