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SANDY RIDGE CLUBTUTORING LIST – 2018-2019 CLUBS

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# CLUB NAME SUPERVISOR FEE MEETING DAY GRADE DESCRIPTION MEDIA RELEASE
Do ALL members of the club have a signed media release from parents for pictures? Yes / No (If all member do not have a signed media release it is your resposibility to ask those students to step out of group pictures)
SOCIAL MEDIA
You are required to post at least 3 events / accomplishments from your club to our Facebook page annually. You can do this by sending information to Leihua Bissen @lbissen@coralacademylv.org and ccing Noah Stevens and Yolanda Flores
Please place an X in this box for each time you send a club announcement to Leihua.
1 Key Club Martorello, Nicholas Fuentes Senior (Club Student leader) 11.5 Tuesday’s H/S Students participate in activities and earn community service hours with their participation
2 Detention Club Noah Stevens No H/S -M/S Consequence for inappropriate school behavior
3 Photography Club Mr. Devine TBD Tuesdays or Thursday’s H/S -M/S Photography  shooting and editing
4 Music Club Mr. Sol No Monday’s H/S -M/S 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:Fill out the interest form in the music class website at :
http://musiccoral.weebly.com/
5 Student Council Meuir No Tuesdays MS-HS Coral Academy Student Council is a school-wide organization dedicated to the promotion of excellence, ethics, progress, and high moral values within both the school and throughout the community. Student Council also serves to fully represent the CASLV student body in the areas of developing school spirit by means of planning various social events, fundraising, and student/faculty communication.
6 National Honors Society & National Junior Honors Society Carlone $20.00 Initial, some project costs later Tuesday H/S -M/S National Honors Society connects Coral with the surrounding community, helping students groom themselves into future community leaders. NHS coordinates many activities across campus but more importantly coordinates a wide range of volunteer efforts and forms of local outreach. NHS members are simply more prepared to create positive and lasting change, regardless of where they find themselves in the future.
7 FLL Robotics Yolcu $100 Friday 2:30-5:30 H/S -M/S FIRST LEGO League gives middle school students and their the opportunity to work and create together to solve a common problem. Challenged to research a real-world problem, then create an original solution for that problem, plus design and build a robot using a LEGO MINDSTORMS kit within a common set of rules to accomplish “missions” on a playing field, brings out the best in students and adults alike. The theme changes each season, requiring teams to be extraordinarily creative
8 Glee Club S.Devine/Murray TBD Tuesday/Thursday 7-12 By audition only (held week of 8/20). Students will enhance their musical abilites while leanring to sing professionally in a group setting.  Students will perform on and off campus.
9 Fundrasing Club Ms. Alley No Friday H/S – M/S Generate funds for middle school field trips and students with special needs 0
10 Freshmen Mentorship Nourse No TBA will change between periods 0-2 9, 11, 12 Select juniors and seniors will be grouped with
freshmen.  They will advise them on academic,
college and career, and social topics.  Meetings
be quarterly, and there will be opportunities for
students to be matched indivisually with mentors
on a need basis.
11 Art Club Kubik $15 Thursdays H/S – M/S In Art Club we make crafts from clocks to tie dye tee shirs and clay items like refrigerator
12 Hydroponics Stephens TBD Thursdays H/S – M/S Growing plants and vegetables using technology
13 HS Speech and Debate Sloan Various Tuesday 9-12 Students will learn about and be able to compete in the various events Provide by the national Speech and Debate Association. The club will cover:  the art of rhetoric, how to construct logical and effective arguments, theatrical skills, script interpretation and preformance, impromptu and prepared speeches. Most importantly they will have fin doing it. Students will be able to participate in local, state, and National competitions.
14 MS Speech and Debate Sloan Various Thursday 7,8 Students will learn about and be able to compete in the various events Provide by the national Speech and Debate Association. The club will cover: the art of rhetoric, how to construct logical and effective arguments, theatrical skills, script interpretation and preformance, impromptu and prepared speeches. Most importantly they will have fin doing it. Students will participate in local, state, and National competitions.
15 CloseUp Binstock DC/NYC trip price 2:30 – 3:15 9-12 Students will learn about current government issues
16 LGBTQ+ Club Reeves None Tuesdays 2:30-3:15pm Middle/High School Students will be able to share experiences and empower each other through the club.
17 Tutoring/Homework Help Collier None Mon,Tues,Thurs. 2:30-3:15 middle/High School Tutoring for math from 7- AlgI as well as
18  Math Tutoring Sechkova None Tuesday/Friday 7-11 Tutoring Geometry
19 Library / Study Hall Winther None Tues. Thurs. until 4:15   Friday until 3:15 7-12 Give students a quiet place to study, read, and work on homework … basically, be a library
20 HS Science Bowl Club Diez None Tue, Wed, & Fri 11:15-11:45am 9-12 Practice and gain knowledge of the Science world for competition.
21 Math Tutoring Young None Tuesdays/Thursdays 7-8 Tutoring for Mrs. Young’s  Math 7 and Pre-Algebra students
22 Introduction to Java programming for Middle School Mr. G None Fridays 2:30-3:15 6-8 will aim to teach Java Programming including computational thinking, for, while loops, data types,classes, methods etc
23 Introduction to Java programming for High School Mr. G None Fridays 2:30-3:16 9-12 will aim to teach Java Programming including computational thinking, for, while loops, data types,classes, methods etc
24 MS/HS Science Olympiad Valeo, Batara $50 M 7-9 (only for 9th graders who have NEVER participated in MS Science Olypmiad before; first-time 9th grade participants in SciOly) Particpate in the annual Science Olypmiad competition in March (TBD).  Each student will prepare for 2-3 events.  Weekly after-school participation is MANDATORY to participate in competition.
25 MS Science Bowl TBD TBD TBD 7-8 Practice and gain knowledge of the Science world for competition.
26 Heena and Drawing Club Ms. Islam $20 per Semester Monday 1:45 to 2:45 9-12 Students will learn drawing, calligraphy, henna design, texture painting, sketching, collage painting, still life, and more…
27 High School Math Team Hikmet None Thursday 9-12 This will be a select group of HS students who have been on CASLV MathCounts team. Students will practice for prestigious high school math competitions. This is not Mu Alpha Theta club!!
28 Art Club Kubik $15 Thursday all We will be making all kinds of crafts
29 HS and MS Tutoring Ms. Islam Tuesday  1:35 to 2:55 or by appointment. Biology/ Chemistry/ Physical Science Biology/ Chemistry/ Physical Science
30 MS Tutoring Mr. Cabuk Monday 2:35 Physical Science Physical Science
31 HS Tutoring Mr. Cabuk Thursday 2:35 Physics Physics
32 CMLP Mr.Murat Thursday 2:30- 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
33 Tutoring Mr.Murat Monday 2:30 9-12 Health, College and Career Ed., Turkish
34 MS Tutoring Dr. Evans None T/R, 2:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. 7 – 8 Math 7, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, and Algebra 1 Honors Tutoring
35 HS Tutoring Dr. Evans None Tuesday, 1:35 p.m. to 3:15 p.m., Thursday 2:00 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. 9 – 12 Algebra 1, Algebra 1 Honors, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, and Pre-Calculus Honors Tutoring
36 Literary Arts Magazine/Writing Club Natalia Luthmann None Tuesdays 1:45-3:30 7-12 Students will have a place to work on their creative writing, as well as put together a publication to showcase the school’s creative works in poetry, short stories, creative essays, etc.  Submissions for the literary arts magazine will be open to all students and staff, but students in this club will put the magazine together for publication.
37 Campus Beautification Club Mr. Lehman Friday 2:30-3:00 7-12
38 Tutoring/Homework Help Ms. Barth NONE Mondays and Tuesdays 2:35 – 3:00 PM 7-8 Math 7 and Pre-Algebra Tutoring.
39 American Red Cross Mr. Diez None TBD TBD A Red Cross Club provides students with opportunities to make a meaningful impact in their community by addressing its greatest needs, and develop leadership skills. Red Cross Clubs empower them with knowledge and life-saving skills to help prepare your school and community to respond to emergencies.
40 Chess Club Hikmet Voluntary chess board donation Thursday 7-12 Our students will practice chess. Ches club members will organize chess tournament at Sandy Ridge Campus. We will also participate state/regional chess tournaments.
41 D & D Club Alley/Seward Snacks only MONDAYS 2:30-3:30 7-9 Students will play as a group with a leader who will develop game around their interests. This is a story type adventure game and it helps with the following skill sets: organization,Interpersonal, taking calculated risks, teamwork, and using logic to solve puzzles.
42 Drama Club Jonah/Alley Will be fundraising WED & In Jan. 2:30-3:30 WED & THURS 7-12 Students will work as solo and groups to refine dramatic skills. In January we will start working on our Spring Production.
43 ELA tutoring Alley NONE Thursdays 2:30-3:30 7-8 To work on skills not cemented in classroom
44 Algebra 1/ Algebra 2 Tutoring Z. Flores None Tuesdays (Alg 1) and Thursdays (Alg 2) 2:40 7-12 Students will work on practicing Math skills and concepts.
45 College Mentorship and Leadership Program (CMLP) Multiple mentors (Contact: Mr. Adem, Assistant Principal) $50 Days and times will vary according to the mentor 9 CMLP is a multifaceted program designed to prepare qualifying students for top College programs. CMLP focus on contributing to the academic achievement and personal development of its participating students.The Program also has a major ingredient of guidance to secure the character and personality part of the college admission and provides highly motivated and enriching activities promoting public service, personal development and physical fitness among other areas.
Along the way students will be guided for Scholarships and Awards applications for colleges such as the Congressional Award.
46 CMLP Khurmet TBD 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.
47 International Biology Olympiad Khurmet TBD 9-12 Preparing and participating in variety of International Biology competitions.
48 Tutoring English Thomas N/A Monday 7, and 9-10 7th 9th 10th grade tutoring.  For individual students wanting or needing assistance with their English in their particular grade level
49 Freshmen Mentorship Program Nourse quarterly during 1, 2, or 3 period all freshman and select juniors and seniors Freshmen are matched with upper classmen to help navigate the different realms of high-school including academics, extra-curricular and social life.  Discussion and activities surround topics from GPA to preparing for college.  Students will be excused from their regularly scheduled class to attend these meetings.
50 Drama Club Rachel Jonah $20 Wednesdays, 2:35-3:00 7-8, and 9-10 Come and have fun playing theatre games, performing scenes, monologues, and improvs and performing in a play at the end of the year.
51 ELA/English Tutoring Natalia Luthmann N/A Thursdays 7, 9, 10, 11 Tutoring for ELA 7. Eng 1 H, Eng 2, and College Prep
52 Mu Alpha Theta Dr. Evans $20 Mon. 2:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. 9 – 12 This is the Math Honor Society.  Students must apply to join and must have a 3.6 GPA in their Math courses to be accepted.  There is a mandatory tutoring requirement of 25 hours per year.  Students will sign up to tutor other students throughtout the year one day per week for an hour, before or after school at a time that is mutually agreed upon.
53 Chemistry Tutoring Mr. G None Mondays 2:30-3:15 Tutoring for 10 th Grade Chemistry Class.
54 CASLV Athletic Center Event Staff Coach Spitek N/A On various days, on scheduled home games for the new gym. Grades 9-12 Students can earn community service hours by volunteering at Home Games for CASLV Athletics.  Responsibilites include but are not limited to: Concession and ticket sales, setup/takedown for events, and scorekeeping.
55 Mock Trial Michael Dandridge Not at this time Monday Grades 9-12 Mock Trial Prepares students for events and competing where the goals are to get familar with Court operations and trial procedures.
56 Girl Up Michael Dandridge Not at this time Thursdays Grades 9-12 Girl Up provides leadership training and gives girls tools to become gender equality advocates and activists. Through our programs, girls broaden their social impact skill set, receive a platform to tell their stories, and apply STEM for social good. Girl Up is an initiative of the UN Foundation, working across a global community of partners to achieve gender equality worldwide.

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