Fall Clubs will begin the week of September 30.
Fall 2013 Club Offerings:
American Girl Doll Club
The American Girl Doll Club will meet on Thursdays from 2:35-3:35 with Mrs. Mackinnon and Mrs. Kent in the Pre-K Classroom. The group is open to students in Grades 1-3 and is limited to 15 students. Meetings will include discussions about dolls, crafts, games, and other activities. The cost for the club is $40.
Battle of the Books
For reading lists and more information, visit the Battle of the Books page on the library's website or ask Mrs. Ferguson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Book Club (Middle School)
This group will meet on Tuesday mornings from 7:25-8:00 with Mrs. Lynch, until early November. After that, the group will meet on Tuesday afternoons. The "first" book will be Gone with the Wind. See Mrs. Lynch for more information
Students in Grades K-4 will prepare for a November performance of “Toy Camp.” See Ms. Jacksina for more information.
The BSS Chorus is a group for students who like to sing and have fun. The chorus will prepare for public performances later this year, including some opportunities at Christmastime. They will meet with Mrs. Cree on Wednesdays from 2:40-3:30, and is open to all students in Grades 5-8. The cost of membership is $25 to help pay for snacks and the cost of music. See Mrs. Cree for more information.
The Civics Club provides a collection of lessons for young people in Grades 6-8. Students who participate will gain an international perspective on basic concepts of democracy and engage with one another in activities that develop skills in critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity. The lessons each week will focus on the concepts of the Foundations of Democracy Curricular Club: authority, justice, privacy, responsibility, and rights. For more information, see Mrs. Kane or Mrs. Lynch. The group will meet on Thursdays from 2:45-3:30 this fall.
The popular Crafty Angels Arts and Crafts Club will meet on Wednesdays from 2:40-3:30pm. There will be a maximum of 25 students in the group. Spots will be reserved in the order in which the forms are received. Students in Crafty Angels will have the opportunity to create various art and crafts projects, building on the learning they are doing in art class. The club costs $40, and is open to students in Grades 1-4. See Ms. Damata for more information.
Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts:
BSS supports several different Cub Scout and Boy Scout troops. To find out more information, or to enroll your son in a troop, please contact BSS parent Harry Clow at email@example.com.
BSS also supports several different Girl Scout troops. To find out more information, or to enroll your daughter in a troop, please contact BSS parent Ann Ragosta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Robotics Club will work together to prepare for two different robotics competitions this winter. This club is open to all students in Grades 4-8. For more information, please contact Mr. Kevin McGovern at email@example.com.
The BSS Running Club is back this fall for a second season. The group is once again open to all students in Grades 4-8, regardless of skill level. The Running Club will meet on Tuesdays from 2:45-3:45 in the BSS gym. The cost for the club is $25. See Coach Verrochi for more information.
Bring your pictures, memories and creative ideas to Room 4A, on Wednesday afternoons from 2:40 to 3:30pm. Membership in this club is for students in grades 4-8. The fee for returning scrapbookers is $30. This will include a personal tape dispenser. The fee for new scrapbookers is $55, which includes the cost of a scrapbook and tape dispenser. If a scrapbooker requires an extra tape dispenser the cost is an additional $10.00 and $5.00 for a refill. All fees for materials are non- refundable. See Mrs. Carroll for more information.
Sign Language Club
The Sign Language Club will meet on Thursdays from 2:30-3:30pm in Mrs. Garrity's room. Students will learn more about language, the alphabet, how to finger spell, basic conversational skills, and deaf culture. The cost is $25, which includes an American Sign Language Dictionary.
Weavers is a teacher-directed support/discussion group offering an environment for children who have experienced the divorce of their parents or have lost a parent to death. Our group leaders are trained to facilitate discussions and experiences so that a child may acknowledge and work through his/her feelings, thoughts and emotions and to help the child to “weave” all aspects of his/her new life into a positive experience. If you feel your child may benefit from this group, please contact either your child’s teacher or Mr. Spillman. This fall, a Weavers group will be offered for both young students (grades 1-4) and older students (grades 5-8).
Yearbook Club (Middle School)
The Yearbook Club will meet after school (2:40-3:30pm) on Tuesdays throughout the fall and spring to create and layout the 2014 Middle School Yearbook. This is a great opportunity for students to put their own imprint on their yearbook. See Mr. O'Loughlin for more information.