• Student Clubs

  • Associated Student Body (ASB) Clubs

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Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

Purpose: to gather and support students  who identify as and/or support members of the LBGQTI+ community
Tuesdays at lunch outside in the hallway of I Wing
Advisor: Ms. Horwitz

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Host Club

Purpose: to entertain people and make sure no one is alone at lunch
Mondays at lunch
Room E2
Advisor: Thornton
  • Library Student Clubs

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Virtual Book Club

Do you love reading books? Are you interested in reading a book with friends and discussing it or maybe joining a team to prepare for a book trivia competition? Then book club is for you! 

Sponsor - Hazen

Google Classroom Join Code: b6ubu7g

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Monday Meetups

The purpose of the after school Monday Meetups program is to provide Petaluma Junior High School students with access to a variety of extracurricular learning opportunities. Each session covers a different topic of interest and lasts 3 to 6 weeks. Meetings are on Mondays from 2:40-3:45 in the library. Ms. Hazen (librarian) volunteers her time after school to run this program. Many of the materials and technology resources are funded through the generosity of Kiwanis and Rotary grants. Space in this program is limited to 20 students for each session.

 

Session 1 - 3D Printing for Beginners (4 sessions October 4- October 18)

Session 2 - Fiber Crafts (4 sessions October 25 - November 15)

Session 3 - Paint Party (3 sessions November 29 - December 13)


Application: Students can apply to participate in a meetup session by completing this form. Students who have been accepted into a session will receive an invitation to a Google Classroom where Ms. Hazen will post resources and announcements and where meetup members can post and share information with each other as well. If a session is full, students will be put on a waiting list.

  • Do you want to start a new ASB club? Here are the steps:

    1. Think of something you are interested in or passionate about.
    2. Find at least 6 other students who are interested in the same thing.
    3. Find a teacher willing to sponsor your club.
    4. Fill out the Application for a New Club form togehter.
    5. Create your Club Constitution (This describes your club, when it will meet and the jobs of the club officers.)
    6. Turn in your Application and Constitution to Ms. Gustafson.

    As soon as your club is approved by Principal Kriss and ASB (student council) your club will be added to the school calendar and you can start your official meetings!!

     

    Do you want to suggest a new Library Club?

    Contact Ms. Hazen by emailing thazen@petk12.org