Clubs and Organizations

Students are encouraged to participate in the clubs and organizations available at Schindewolf. Names of these organizations, together with membership requirements, are shown below.

Art Club offers students with interest in the visual arts a place to come together and learn about art. We will create art through different mediums including ceramics, painting, charcoal, chalk, sculpture, and, printmaking. We offer students a platform to showcase their talent and expand their knowledge in art. We will hold meetings every Thursday after school.

Cheerleaders are school spirit leaders at Schindewolf athletic contests, pep rallies and community events. Cheerleaders promote positivity, overall ideal student body and serve the community. The squad consists of 7th and 8th graders and includes our mascot, Tobi. Tryouts are held during the last six weeks of school.

Learn how to code games, videos and websites. Have fun while gaining awesome skills! We meet every Wednesday at 7:50 am in room 220. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Hale or Ms. Ahmed.

Open to any 6th – 8 th grade student that can commit to all Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoon practices during the fall season and compete in at least 2 debate tournaments. Debate team is an opportunity to learn how to prepare and present Lincoln Douglas debates, as well as oratory and extemp speeches. Because of the complexity of the topics, students must be able to attend the majority of the practices. Periodically the Klein Collins Debate Team will send students over to work with our students. The debater works toward competing at a speech and drama tournament as part of the Schindewolf team.

Participates in speech tournaments and plays with one morning meeting the week of tournament. Any other meetings will be posted on teacher websites and students informed at school. Members are expected to attend all activities. Coaching is scheduled by the student with one of the coaches. It is the student’s responsibility to seek coaching.

Intramurals provide an opportunity for 6th graders to participate in extra recreational and team activities through our P.E. Department. Periodically during the year activities are held after school. Activities may include basketball, flag football, and soccer. Intramural dates and activities will be posted by the coaches in the gym area and through the daily bulletin. Students will need to notify their parents ahead of time and make arrangements to be picked up. There will be NO bus. For more information contact Coach Fehlker [email protected] or Coach Linville [email protected] .

National Junior Honor Society is an organization that promotes recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership, citizenship, and service. Membership in our chapter is an honor bestowed upon the students. Selection for membership for seventh and eighth grade students is by a Faculty Council, and is based on outstanding scholarship and teacher recommendations.

The Culture for Caring program empowers school communities to promote respect for inpidual and group differences while challenging prejudice and bigotry. The Culture for Caring program at Schindewolf promotes respect for all in our school community. Communication, understanding, and respect for all are promoted through school wide activities. The group meets after school to plan and implement programs on our campus that emphasize working together. The group is made up of students, staff leaders, and parents committed to being the change they want to see in the world.

The Pokémon club will meet to give students a place to challenge others in a friendly yet competitive environment. We will have tournaments and inpiduals will do battle to see who is the best in the art of Pokémon. . The members will hold meetings every Wednesday after school. Members will choose to battle via cards or by Nintendo DS.

The Schindewolf Science Club is a student run program that meets after school. We offer a curbside paper recycling service for all teachers, faculty and staff. The goal of our organization is to spread environmental awareness, encourage our students to be proactive in protecting our planet, and to explore scientific concepts through a variety of activities including interactions with guest speakers and scientists.

“El Club Español” Students with an interest in Hispanic culture and learning Spanish will be involved in cultural activities to enhance awareness of Spanish. They will have the opportunity to participate in celebrating various Hispanic Holidays outside of school, social gatherings, holiday celebrations and learning about Hispanic Heritage month. This club is offered only to students of 7th and 8th grade currently enrolled in a Spanish I or Spanish II class. Meetings days vary and are before and/or after school.

Student Council is a student service organization which allows students to become active, engaged leaders in their school and community by planning and implementing student activities for the year. Elections for grade level representatives occur the first 3 weeks of the school year. Monthly meetings for officers and representatives are held each month.

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