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Sandy Ridge Clubs

All clubs begin at 2:55PM unless otherwise stated.

No Club Name Supervisor Fee Meeting Day Grade Description
1 FTC Robotics Osman Yolcu $100 It will be decided after meeting with families 7-12 FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Club ( Grades 7-12) are challenged to design, build, program, and operate robots to play a floor game in an alliance format. Students develop STEM skills and practice engineering principles (like keeping an engineering notebook), while realizing the value of hard work, innovation, and sharing ideas.
2 Under  Water Robotics Osman Yolcu $100 It will be decided after meeting with families 6-7 Under Water Robotics Club helps students to build an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle(ROV). The club provides students with the opportunity to learn about robotics, engineering, science, and mathematics (STEM) while building an underwater                       ROV as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum.
3 KEY CLUB Hazel Osio TBA TUESDAY 9-12 Community Service Activities
4 Freshmen/upperclassmen Mentorship Program Autumn Nourse None Varies (1 day/month) 9th, 11th, 12th All freshmen will be paired with an upperclassmen mentor and participate in activities to help them with the transition to high school.  Meetings are once monthly during 0-period.  Interested juniors and seniors will apply to be mentors at the beginning of the school year, and meetings will begin in September.
5 Chess Nadica Sechkova None Tuesdays 8-12 Chess
6 AWARE! Dean Winther None Thursdays 9-12 The students will be working towards completing and implementing the new on campus Journal, AWARE! This is designed to offer a voice for those students not enrolled in the Journalism class and to help the community of CASLV understand and recognize community service opportunities as well.
7 A-stem math Hikmet Erdogan None Everyday 6-8 MathCounts team members and A-stem math students will practice math competition problems
8 AMC-10/12 Homework Help Hikmet Erdogan None will vary based on need 9-12 Homework assistance will be provided to students who struggle with the homework problems
9 Mu Alpha Theta Hikmet Erdogan $10 National Office membership due Fridays 9-12 National Honor Society of Math.
10 Art Club Ms. Kathy $15 per month Thursdays 8th period 6-12 Art Club works on crafts creating such things like refrigerator magnets, decorating sandals, spiders & many other things.  You are welcome to make a suggestion
11 Music Club Mr. Sol none Tuesdays 3;00 to 3:50 6-12 Purpose: To provide an opportunity to play and/or sing more challenging music and experience
playing with other students
Activities: Rehearsals, school concerts, and community performances
How to join: By audition in the middle of September. Fill out the interest form in the music class website at :   Contact:
12 Game Club Mrs. Shaighan $10 Fridays 6-8 Middle school students meet on Fridays after school in B5 to play board games or cards, meet new friends, snack, listen to music, and just “chillax”.
13 Guitar and Ukulele Club Mrs. Devine None Thursdays after school 6-12 Intro to guitar, sharpen current skills, learn new songs, play music with classmates, instrument restringing/care, possible performances.  Limit 25 students.
14 TV Drama Ms. Hudacek None Thursdays, 2:00 to 2:50 9-12 Students identify and track the elements of fiction (plot, character, setting, theme) throughout season 1 of a (teacher approved) television drama show of their choice.
15 Sustanible Living &
Gardening Club
Kathy Stephens TBA Thursday 3:00 – 3:45 6-12 Students will practice the basics of raised bed gardening, small animal rearing, and other skills to compliment a more sustainable eco-friendly lifestyle
16 Turkish Culture and Cuisine Club Mr. Murat $50 Thursdays 8th period 6-12 Students will discover Turkey’s delicious cusine and rich culture.
17 Science Bowl – Middle School Mrs. Mascareno-Shaw TBA Thursdays 8th period 6-8 Science Bowl
18 Science Club Ms. Grace None Thursday 3:00 – 3:45 6-12 Science Bowl– Science Olympiad
19 Science Club Mr.G None Tuesday,2:50-3:30 6-12 Science Olympiad and Science Bowl
20 Senior Activities Club Ms. Alley   Thursdays  1:05-1:55 & 3-3:45 12th only Senior Trip, Pictures, Sweatshirts/T-shirts, Rings, Graduation, Senior Sunrise, & all things Senior (activity wise)
21 CMLP- College mentorship Mrs. Suheyla None Tuesdays &Thursdays after school 9-12 Students will be prepared for College and at the end of the program they will be able to get their Congressional award certificates. Personal development- Physical fitness- Volunteer service- Expedition&Exploration
22 Socratic Seminar Club Mr. Rocchio None Friday 2:55 – 3:45 9-12 A Socratic seminar is a formal discussion in which members converse about complex and, at times, controversial issues or texts through questioning, rather than debating, in order to gain a deeper, objective understanding of them. Through these discussions, members will also learn to listen more closely to others, think critically for themselves, and better articulate their own thoughts.
23 Science Bowl – Middle School Mr. Khurmet TBA Fridays 6-7  Science Bowl
24 History Club Mrs. Murray None Fridays 2-3 monthly 6-12 Intended to help prepare students/inform students about current or upcoming history club trips, do some hands on history about the intended destination before leaving; occasional fundraising.
25 FIRST Lego League Robotics Mr. Lindstrum $100 Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:00 to 4:00 PM,
Saturdays 9:00 AM to Noon
6-8 FIRST LEGO League Robotics Team ( Grades 6-8) are challenged to design, build, program robots to operate in a robot game. Teams also complete a research project and learn about core values such as professionalism and teamwork. Students develop STEM skills and practice engineering principles (like keeping an engineering notebook), while realizing the value of hard work, innovation, and sharing ideas.
26 Middle school debate Mrs. Sloan Tournament fees Thursday after school 6-8 To prepare students for speech and debate tournaments
27 Spanish Club Sarah Jacobs 25 Mondays 3-4pm in R4   Exploring the culture and interest of Spanish language. Members do not have to be Spanish students.
28 Flag Football Mr. Lehman $100 m/t/w/f 6th Games are Wednesdays
29 GSA Club Mr. Martorello None Thursday 3:00 – 3:45 All (GSA) is a student-run club.Discuss issues concerning creating a conducive atmosphere and understanding between gay and straight students
30 Trivia Games Mr.Binstock None Monday 3pm-4pm 6-8 Students can come in and compete in small groups in general trivia games.
31  NJHS/NHS Mr.Carlone / Mr.Diez Tentative Tuesday 3pm NJHS (7-8) NHS (9-12) National Honors Society celebrates a standard of academic excellence and community engagement in its members. Participants brainstorm, organize, and execute several different school events and volunteer efforts throughout the year, preparing themselves for leadership positions both at university and in their chosen professional realm.
32 Student Council Ms. Reeves Tentative Thursday 3pm-4pm All Student Council organizes after school activities such as dances and performs community service. The purpose is to promote school community.
33 High school debate Mrs. Sloan Tournament fees Tuesdays after school 9-12 To prepare students for speech and debate completions

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