After School Programs

Clubs and other information regarding after school programs for 2019-20 will be posted and updated as programs develop throughout the year. Not all clubs are held each year as each club’s status is dependent on student interest and advisor availability. Information regarding clubs held in prior years is noted below as an example of what may be offered and clubs that are confirmed will note that they have been updated for the 2019-20 school year.

On Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, activity buses leave Goodman Middle School at 4:30 to provide limited bus transportation for students attending supervised after school activities, or students may be picked up promptly at 4:30 if they will not ride the bus.

Students must purchase an ASB card to participate in ASB funded clubs. Additionally, as listed below, some clubs do have participation fees.

All Goodman clubs are open to all students in all grades. Please contact the listed staff advisor for information on joining their club. Students may choose to participate in multiple club activities if they have multiple interests.

Accordion

AV Club

First Meeting: TBD Spring 2019

 

Are you interested in learning how to run sound and lights for Goodman performances, assemblies, and special events? Have you ever thought about a career in recording, audio editing, vocal performance, or TV and radio broadcasting? Then come join Goodman AV Club!  Please find Mr. Matt in the Library

3:00-4:25

All School Play

TBD for 2019/20

 

Students selected for the Spring performance will be given a rehearsal schedule. Performances will be held in March. Please contact Mr. Eilers with questions

2:50 – 4:20

TBD

Tech Club

Meeting Days: Every Thursday beginning Sept. 26, 2019

 

Tech Club is a Goodman chapter of the TSA (Technology Student Association). Tech Club fosters personal growth, leadership and opportunities in technology, innovation, design and engineering. Members apply and integrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) concepts through co-curricular activities competitive events and related programs. Please see Mrs. De Groot or Mrs. Rychard to find out how to join.

2:50 – 4:20

$25

Robotics Club

Meeting Days for 2019/20: Every Tuesday beginning October 22, 2019

 

Robotics Club brings together students who want to practice their teamwork, designing, problem-solving and computing skills, all while working on robots. Students will have the opportunity to learn basic robotics, basic programming language and logic, compete on tasks, and propose new projects. Please see Mrs. Rychard for more information and to join. There is a fee to participate.

2:50 – 4:20

$25

Yearbook

Meeting Days:  Tuesdays *No More Meetings for the 18/19 School Year!

 

Students in this club work collaboratively to take pictures and to produce the school yearbook. Yearbook does require an application process due to publishing deadlines and production requirements. Advisor, Mrs. De Groot

2:50 – 4:20

Speech & Debate

Meeting Days:  Tuesdays beginning Dec. 4, 2018

 

Please see Mr. Chadwell in room 403 for information on joining and for a meeting schedule.

2:50 – 4:20

Magic Club

Meeting Days: Tuesdays & Thursday Room 101, beginning Oct. 22, 2019

 

Interested students should see Mr. McInnis in Room 101 to find out more about joining.

2:50 – 4:20

Dungeons & Dragons Club

Meeting Days: Thursdays beginning Nov. 29, 2018

 

See Mr. Chadwell in room 403 for more information about this new club!

2:50 – 4:20

Community Service Committee

Meeting Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays – Mrs, Kaiser

 

Community Service Committee members will work on ongoing projects to serve our local and global communities. Projects may include donations drives, promoting understanding for specific causes, Random Acts of Kindness, etc. See Mrs. Kaiser to find out how to join.

2:50 – 4:20

Associated Student Body

Meeting Days:  ASB Officers meet most Tuesdays & Thursdays after school; ASB membership meetings are held once per month during 1st period.

 

ASB activities will be ongoing all year under the direction of our ASB Advisor, Ms. Hice

2:50 – 4:20