- Clubs will run from 2:45 – 3:45 p.m. (unless noted differently)
- Snack - Students should bring a snack
- Students must be picked up at 3:45 pm in the lobby or outside the classroom where they are meeting..
- An After School Activity Permission Slip must be signed to participate in any club. Students will not be allowed to attend until a permission slip has been received
- Club sign up is first come, first served. Students may sign up for no more than 2 clubs to allow all students an opportunity.
- Clubs do not meet on Noon Dismissal days (3/13, 4/23, 4/25 and 4/29)
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Helen Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-693-0951
*Please respect the recommended age guidelines as the content of each afterschool program is designed for the grade range listed.
Board, card and themed games. Students of all skill levels welcome.
Taught by and where: Sandra Macias in room 156
Class will be on: Mondays beginning 3/4 and run for 7 weeks, ending 4/22
Grades: 2nd - 8th
Space Available: 14 students
Portuguese Language Club
Have you always wanted to speak another language? Maybe you admire your bilingual peers and wish you could also switch languages so easily…Well here is your opportunity! Mrs. McGroarty Sampaio (high school Portuguese teacher) and Ms. Demirs will be running this new club for students who have no background in Portuguese but have always wanted to learn a language they can use right away. Emphasis will be on speaking and culture. Come join the fun!
Taught by and where: Jen Demirs and Jane McGroarty Sampaio in the Home Ec room.
Classes will be on: Tuesday afternoons
Grades: 4th - 8th grade
Space Available: 20 students
Patterns, Puzzles, Problems and Play
Do you love math? Do you love to play games? Would you like to improve your math skills while having fun? Join us for the new after school Math Club. We will be playing lots of math games such as checkers, chess, connect 4, Uno, Race to 100, Name that Number and many more! Learn new games or play old favorites.
Taught by and where: Larissa Bernat & Heidi Ganser in room 136 - Ms. Bernat’s classroom
Classes will be on: Tuesdays starting 3/5
Grades: 1st - 3rd
Space Available: 15 students
Food Processors is a healthy lifestyle club that explores many areas of organic living through engaging with simple, wholesome ingredients and activities. We will be cooking up delicious plant-based recipes, making our own herbal products, and maybe even doing some gardening in our school garden. Club meetings are held in the Home Ec room and led by both Suzie Scordino, Farm to School Educator for the Oak Bluffs School, and Chef Gaby Chronister, the Harvest of the Month Chef at Island Grown Schools.
Taught by & where: Suzie Scordino & Chef Gaby Sullo from Island Grown Schools in the Home Ec room
Classes will be on: Wednesday, after school from 2:45 to 3:45pm for 8 weeks beginning April 24th and ending June 12, 2019.
For students in Grade 4 only
Space Available: 10 students
Be part of the first ever VEX Robotic teams on Martha’s Vineyard. Students will learn about robotics while building robots that will compete in the first robotics competitions against other schools from the Cape. This will include a scrimmage on Saturday, April 27th at Cape Cod Community College. Students will learn to code, build, strategize and have fun with their team. Students will also create robots that will turn off another robot to be used at STEAM night on March 29th.
Taught by & where: Leah Dorr in room 170 (Engineering Lab)
Classes will be on: Thursday afternoon, evening of steam night (March 29th) and all day on April 27th in field trip to CCCC
Grades: 7th & 8th only
Space Available: 12 students
Painting Sidewalks and Beyond
We’ll be painting sidewalks and more in this art club Help design and execute sidewalk art for around the school building. Come join the fun starting 3/7!
Taught by and where: Jess Johns in the Art Room
Classes will be on: Thursday afternoons
Grades: 5th - 8th grade
Maximum students: 12