- Triple A Club (All Acceptance Alliance) AAA
- Board Game Club
- Book Club
- Comix Club
- Conditioning Club
- Dungeons and Draagons
- Fly Fishing and Trout Club
- Knight Krew
- Literature Club
- Magic the Gathering
- National Academic League
- National Junior Honor Society
- Otaku Club
- Perfect Pals
- Writing Club
Advisor: Mr. Tapia
Time: 3:00 4:00 PM
The Board Game Club's purpose is to play board games, card games, and make new friends. There is no costs associated with the club. You can bring board games that you would like to play with other people or just play with the ones other student bring.
Advisor: Becky Ethington
Meeting Time: Every Monday during Lunches
Purpose: Prime Library Time for READING!
Knights of the Reading Table! Are you on a Quest for a special book that cannot be found among our noble tomes? You may give suggestions by clicking on the this link: BOOK reQUESTS!
Independent Reading Book Club: Bring the book you are reading and enjoy some prime library time to get that story into your soul! This club will meet EVERY MONDAY during lunches. Eat your lunch in the cafeteria then come up to read. See you there!
Summer Reading: Click here to get your Bingo board. Read all summer using Overdrive, the public library, your own books, etc. Have fun and see you in August!
Advisor: Rebecca Burbank
Meeting Time: Wednesdays, 3:00 pm
Meeting Location: Room 205
Purpose: The club’s purpose, goals and activities as provided in the club’s application for authorization include creating comics as individuals or in groups, strengthening friendships, and connecting with students who have similar interests.
Dungeons and Dragons
Advisor: Kelly Pearce
Meeting Time: Thursdays, 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Meeting Location: Room 214
Purpose: Dungeons & Dragons assigns each player a specific character to play. These Characters embark upon imaginary adventures within a fantasy setting. A dungeon master serves as the game's referee and storyteller while maintaining the setting in which the adventures occurs, and playing the role of the inhabitants. The characters form a party that interacts with the setting's inhabitants, and each other. Together they solve dilemmas, engage in battles, and gather treasure and knowledge.(Excerpt from Wiki) in the process the characters earn points in order to rise in the levels and become increasingly powerful over a series of sessions.
Advisor: Spencer Hansen
Youth Leadership Board: PTSA Paige Moulton, Kristine Nichols, Amber Robbins, and Adriana Reid
Meeting Time: First Friday of every month 2:00-3:00 pm
Meeting Location: Cafeteria
Purpose: Knight Crew is a social club supported by the PTSA. Students become members of the PTSA and then apply to join Knight Crew. Forms are available in the main office. Student are involved in service projects, social activities, mentoring, and many other activities that include students and help encourage a sense of belonging.
National Academic League (NAL)
Advisor: Jessica Taylor
MEETING TIME: THURSDAYS FROM 3:00-4:00 PM.
MEETING LOCATION: ACTIVITY CENTER (233)
BEGINS: OCTOBER 4TH
PURPOSE: NAL is an academic competition with students from other schools.
The NAL® game questions not only reflect local school districts' curricula, they are also aligned to National Standards. To understand how an NAL® game works, we have provided the following brief clips of each NAL® quarter.
Four Quarters provide variety, excitement, and audience interest. Game statistics and individual student scores are kept and used to recognize and motivate participants. The League champion will participate in the National Championship Tournament.
First Quarter: Roundabout Video
Players use strategy to keep possession of a sequence of short-answer questions.
Second Quarter: Teamwork Video
Players learn teamwork as they huddle to answer a complex question in one minute.
Third Quarter: Problem Solving Video
Players tackle complex, real-world problems, and then present their solutions. They score points for organization, content, critical thinking, and presentation.
Fourth Quarter: One-on-One Video
Players join in a fast-paced one-on-one speed contest that can result in a free-for-all.
National Junior Honor Society
Advisors: Kimberly Wilkinson & Jennifer Coyle
Meeting Dates: Mondays once a Month @ 3:00 PM
Meeting Location: See Below
Purpose: NJHS recognizes high honor roll students. Students engage in monthly service project that support activities and other organizations within the school.
October 22 – Library – Roll t-shirts for Knight Trek
November 12 – Activity Center – Thank you notes and posters for winter clothing drive
December 10 – Activity Center – Gather donations from winter clothing drive
January 14 – Library – Tie blankets and donate them
February 11 – Activity Center – Heart attacks
March 11 – Activity Center – Start Food Drive – posters and donation boxes
April 15 – Activity Center – Induction ceremony
May 20 – Activity Center – Leadership Conference & games; party
Advisor: Cathy Reese
Purpose: Our Club purpose is social interaction and inclusion. Our goal is to make life-long friends. Our activities will be for the purpose of having fun, learning new things and developing characteristics such as honesty, kindness, caring and sharing. The activities will be kept affordable and fun.
Advisor: Mrs. Ethington
Time: 3:05 - 4:00 PM
The writing club meets on Mondays from 3:05-4:00 in the library. We will meet every Monday through May 11th, except for those Mondays that there is no school. October: 14, 21, 28
November: 4, 11, 18, 25;
Dec.: 2, 9, 16
Jan: 6, 13, 27
Feb. 3, 10, 24-26th:storytelling event. I don't have this exact date yet. We will be excused from school for the morning.
March: 2, 9, 16
April: 6, 13, 20, 27
May 4, 11.
We are dedicated to writing. Our meetings will be used to practice writing through a variety of activities, giving and getting feedback, visiting with authors when possible, and getting published, for those who want to.