Middle School Clubs and Community Continue On

April 13, 2020

After a brief hiatus while we adjusted to teaching and learning offsite, some of our middle school clubs—plus a couple of new additions—are back. Students are excited to have the opportunity to connect, socialize, and have fun together with peers during the week. On Fridays from 11 a.m. to noon students have the option to be engaged in one of these groups:

  • Model UN led by Mrs. Friborg
  • Yearbook with Mrs. Klock

Open to everyone:

  • Echo Magazine with Mr. Spencer
  • Pop Knitting, Sewing, and Crafts led by Ms. Moriarty and Mr. Parsons
  • Dungeons and Dragons led by Mr. Laskowski
  • Book Club with Mr. Drummey

New to the lineup and open to everyone:

  • People Who Like to Play Trivia with Ms. Caruso and Ms. Buck
  • People Who Like to Take Dance Classes led by Mme. Pellenq and eighth grader Miranda Harlow
The second grade class poses together at Gaining Ground.


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