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Phenix Panthers' Walking Club
The 6th Grade Walking Club meets from 2:30pm-3:30pm on Maroon Tuesdays and the 7th and 8th Grade Walking Club meets on Gray Tuesdays from 2:30pm-3:30pm.  Signed permission slip and sneakers necessary!

Sponsors: D Gerbing,RN

 

 

HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) 

HOSA is an in-school club for eighth grade students taking Health and Medical Sciences STEM.  HOSA promotes student leadership, community service activities and demonstration of medical knowledge through HOSA competitions.

Sponsor:  D. Gerbing, RN

 

 

 

Yoga Club

This club is for 6-8 grade students only to learn and practice yoga. 

 

Sponsor: Ms. Waff

 

 

Battle of the Books

Battle of the Books is an exciting program offered to Elementary Students (grades 4 and 5) and Middle Grades students, which combines reading with team competition.  As a team, students will read a set of fifteen books and then compete with other students throughout the city in answering questions about the books.

 

The Battle of the Books Club will hold practice in the school library.  During these meetings, students will quiz each other on the books that they have finished reading.  Beginning in January we will meet at the Willow Oaks Library.  At these meetings, our team will practice competing with students from other schools throughout the city.  Transportation must be provided.

 

Interested students please come by the library to pick up a permission slip.  

 

 

BATTLE OF THE BOOKS 2014 Title List

GRADES 4 & 5 (NEW THIS YEAR!)

GRADES 6 -8


Club sponsor: Ms. Choate

 

 

Student Council Association: Click here to visit website

The Phenix SCA is a group of highly motivated students in grades 4-8 that work together as leaders in the school to make Phenix and the surrounding community a better place.  Students must apply and be elected by the Phenix student body to serve with the Student Council Association. This year the Phenix SCA will work collaboratively with the Bethel High School SCA on special service projects such as the Crawling Crab 5K in the Fall and a Teacher Appreciation Craft in the Spring.


Sponsor: Ms. Bean

 

 

Great Computer Challenge
Students try out and are selected to participate in a technology club for Grades 3-5. Students learn and practice creating slideshows, flyers, and doing internet scavenger hunts in preparation for the Great Computer Challenge at Old Dominion University in the Spring. Last year, the team earned third place in the Desktop Publishing category! 

 

Club meets on Tuesday from 2:15-3:15pm. 

 

Sponsor: Mrs. Worrell

 

 

Future Teachers of America
FTA will inform students about the possible career choice of being an Educator. The club will work with the community, have guest speakers, volunteer with classroom teachers and host special events. The club meet on Wednesdays, 2-3 times a month, and is open to 5-8th graders.

Club Sponsor: Mrs. Marcia Lewis

 

 

National Junior Honor Society
Students who earn Honor roll for the first three nine weeks are eligible to be inducted into the NJHS. The group completes service projects through out the year like Adopt-A-Spot and collecting change for CHKD. Be on the look out for great students in action! 

Sponsor:  Mrs. Bean

 

 

Drama Club
Grades 6 - 8
Drama Club meets every other Wednesday 2:19-3:30 

Sponsor: Mrs. Chanda Mason

 

 

Student Newspaper

Sponsor: Ms. Waff

 

 

Basketball Team:

Phenix has 3 basketball teams (Juniors, Intermediates, & Girls). Tryouts are held in November and team play begins in December each year. 

 

Sponsor:

 

CHROME:
Science Club for Middle Grade Students
Sponsor: Mrs. Chanda Mason

K Kids

K Kids is a community-service club for young people sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club, Mercury 64.  Students in grades 2,3,4, and 5 are welcome to participate.  Students work with the school sponsors to plan and execute school and community projects to help others

 

The philosophy of K-Kids is to provide the following-

*an opportunity to work together in service to the school and community;

*to develop leadership potential;

*to foster the development of a strong moral character;

*to encourage loyalty to school, community, and nation.

 

Sponsor:  Ms. Myers

 
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