All clubs begin the week of September 24, 2018, unless otherwise noted.
All After School Clubs are open enrollment.
There is a late bus available for students at 3:25 p.m.
Homework Club - Room 131
Math Enrichment and Olympiad Club - Room 135
Outreach Club - Room 220
Radio Club - Library
School Newspaper Club - Room 234
Student Council - Room 129
Computer Club - Room 118
Games Club - Room 230
Green Peas - Room 237
Homework Club - Library
School Store - Room 226
Art Club - Room 135
8-Bit Club - Room 221
Homework Club - Room 220
Art Club – Thursdays, Room 135
Art Club students will be involved in exploring ideas for projects to beautify the Middle School. Such projects will be implemented by club members as well as the option for students to work on smaller individual art projects.
Computer Club – Wednesdays, Room 118
Are you interested in computers and the Internet? If you are, then the Computer Club is for you. In the Computer Club, you are free to pursue any appropriate computer-related interests you choose. Mr. Baumel will be glad to help guide your exploration if you need assistance.
8-Bit Club - Thursdays, Room 221
The 8-bit club is an opportunity for students to socialize and have fun together based on their hobby of playing vintage/retro video games. Students will have the opportunity to play vintage, retro video games (Original Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis) that focuses on teamwork and healthy competition.
Games Club – Wednesdays, Room 230
Do you like to play different types of games? Do you enjoy hanging out with friends in a relaxed environment? If so, come to the Games Club every Tuesday after school in room 230 with Ms. Ortiz. You will have the opportunity to communicate with peers, work collaboratively, and engage in problem solving all while enjoying the favorite pastime of playing games: a variety of both old and new.
Green Peas - Wednesdays, Room 237
Interested in helping make our school community a more Eco-friendly environment? Then consider joining the “Green PEAS” club with Mrs. Martinez. The purpose of the club is to help PRMS recycle and to create a positive change in our school community. The “Green PEAS” club meets every Wednesday in room 237. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world, indeed it is the only thing that has.” -Margaret Mead
Homework Club – Tuesdays, Room 131; Wednesdays, Library; Thursdays, Room 220
Homework Club is for students who need a quiet place to get their homework started.
Math Enrichment and Olympiad Club – Tuesdays, Room 125
In this club we will explore math and logic puzzles, group problem solving, along with new and challenging math. Math Olympiad will be the focus of the club from mid-October thru mid-March. During this time, we will participate in monthly math competitions and use previous Math Olympiad problems as practice. Your math teacher will provide sign-up sheets to those interested in being on the Math Olympiad Team.
Outreach Club – Tuesdays, Room 220
Outreach Club organizes events and fundraisers to help worthy causes. Last year, we sold hand-made bracelets to support education, jobs, and the environment in Ecuador and Nicaragua through the Pulsera Project. We also participated in Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, hosted a Field Day T-shirt decorating party to support The Special Olympics, and raised funds and awareness on World Cancer Day. We welcome all students to join us and lend a helping hand!
Radio Club – Tuesdays, Library
The PRMS Radio Club, WPAZ, is for students who would like to have a say in what goes into the morning announcements, and those who would like to do the announcing. Being a member does not mean that you have to go on the PA system: your roll can be to compile information and help write the scripts. All are welcome!
School Newspaper Club – Tuesdays, Room 234
Students in the Newspaper Club create articles for the online school newspaper. Students choose their own topics and write about different aspects of their lives, both in and out of school.
School Store – Wednesdays, Room 226
Students are needed to help plan purchases, design the School Store and run it during lunch periods! Students from each grade are needed if we want to keep the store open for all lunch periods.
Student Council - Tuesdays, Room 129
Be an active participant in making our school and community a better place! Have your voice heard and work together on upcoming spirit days, fundraisers, and awareness campaigns throughout the year. This is the club that creates results. All students are welcome to join in on the fun. Make a difference.
Yearbook Club – TBA, meetings will be announced on the Daily Bulletin
Club members will meet intermittently throughout the school year to work on the various phases of the 2018-2019 Middle School yearbook. Cover creation, page design, image management, editing, sales and distribution are some of the aspects involved in the process.