The Following are clubs that have been offered in the past and MAY be offered this year. A finalized list of clubs will be posted after school is in session.
Clubs are set up during academic quarters (some clubs may run for one quarter, others may run for the entire school year.)
All clubs are based on student interest and staff availability.
To sign up for a club, the student must go to the first club meeting. At this meeting the students will
receive an information sheet regarding the club and an emergency form to return to the club sponsor.
The after school (late) bus is available for the 2015-15 school year on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (4:45 p.m. loading with a 4:50 p.m. departure ) to transport regular bus riders who stay after school to participate in the SPORTS TEAM PROGRAM, CLUBS and to get extra support from teachers.
All Club participants are subject to the Co-Curricular athletic participation and academic eligibility rules.
If you have questions, or would like to volunteer your time, or have an idea regarding a Forsythe Club, please contact Bill Standbridge at firstname.lastname@example.org , 994-1989 ext. 32412.
Meets on Mondays, 3:10-4:10 pm in Ms. Seyam's Room (601)
Description: Do you like watching anime? Reading manga? Doing CosPlay? Come join the Anime Club and share your love of anime.Ms. Baughn, Advisor, email@example.com
Meets on Thursdays, 3:10-4:10 pm in Ms. Kinter's Room (512)
Description: Garden Club welcomes all students interested in nature and living "green." No experience or knowledge is necessary. This year's project is installing a vegetable garden.
Meets on Tuesdays, 3:10-4:10 pm in Ms. Gould's Room (501)
Description: Are you interested in joining a group of student leaders who care about social justice and equity? We are a student driven group made up of caring individuals who care about equity, inclusion, and issues facing the LGBTQ community. Come join the GSA Club and share your thoughts and creativity with other like-minded studentsMs. Gould, Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Homework Center is a location for students to come and receive help from teachers, staff, and high school students on homework. The goal is to help them master the assignments and successfully finish their assignments. Homework Center meets Tuesday and Thursdays in the media center to give students the ability to use school resources with the materials (computers, reference materials, etc..).
Ms. Hogan, Advisor,
Ms. Baughn, Advisor,
The Kindness Club open to all Forsythe students.
Mrs. Klein’s room 111
3:10-4:10 pm on Tuesdays.
This club runs all year long but you do not have to commit to every meeting. Just join us on the days your schedule permits.
The Friends of Rachel Club can be found in more than 1,000 schools across the country. We’re starting a chain reaction of kindness and compassion in Forsythe. Our goal is for Forsythe to be a welcoming, accepting and fun place to be.
In this club, we organize activities and events that center on themes such as respect, tolerance, kindness, and compassion. We have organized activities such as kindness chains, a flash mob, ValenKinds cards and candy handout, Artistic acts of kindness and community building activities.
Mrs. Candee Klein, Advisor, email@example.com
Meets on Thursdays, Sept-June ( all year). Also on Tuesdays when announced. 3-4 pm
Description: Music Practice Club is available to all school musicians for enrichment and support. Students practice individually, get coaching, play in small groups, and learn music beyond what is covered in class.
Expectations: Students report promptly and remain in room 103 for the hour except for bathroom use. Classroom and practice rooms are available. Socializing is encouraged as long as students are engaged in music work. Students with an established rock band may apply to practice during Practice Club. Drop-in musicians are welcome as long as they follow expectations.
Mr. Cary Kocher, Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grades 6 - 8
Meets Weekly: Monday / Wednesday
Time club will meet: 3:10-4:10 pm
Description of the Robotics Club : It is for both beginning and advanced Lego Mindstorm Robotic users. Students who want to work individually, get help, work in small groups with others, and possibly compete in the Robo Fest will enjoy this club. Expectations: Students work individually and in small groups in self-directed environment. Classroom and the Lab are available. Socializing is encouraged as long as students are engaged in Robotics activities. Instructor circulates and offers help and feedback; there is no large group instruction except for announcements of competition opportunities.
Mr. Centivany, Advisor email@example.com
Thinking Cap Club is open to all Forsythe students. Mr. Shaw is the sponsor. The club meets in Mr. Johnson's room, rm. 513, from 3-4 on Tuesdays in the 2nd and 3rd quarters. The club is for students who love to learn and who like academic competition.
In this club, we practice answering questions about all the subject areas, rapidly and accurately, using KMO and Thinking Cap software. We compete against many other schools twice a year, regionally in November and nationally in April, in Thinking Cap Quiz Bowls, in the 6th grade division and the 7-8th grade division. We compete at Forsythe during the school day, through the magic of the internet; we never see the other teams.
Over the years, the club has won many honors in KMO and Thinking Cap competitions. See our trophy case near the front entrance to view some of our trophies and plaques.
Mr. Shaw, Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Yearbook Club is an opportunity for students to build the yearbook during the school year. Students will gain experience in graphic design, photography, and elements of journalism. The club meets weekly on Tuesdays.
Ms. Amy Butler, Advisor, email@example.com