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Below is information regarding the Clubs at Nathan Hale School for the 2022/23 School year. Information about clubs/activities and permission slips are given to all students by the teachers sponsoring the club.
This is a yearlong club supporting PBIS and service learning for Nathan Hale School.
Students will be expanding their art skills by using new materials and techniques such as weaving, metal working and printmaking.
Each student will read 12 books (that are chosen by the District) between November and the end of March. Most reading will be on the student’s own time, you will also participate in writing and answering questions about the books you read. In April the Hale team will compete against other schools in District 54 to see who knows the books best
Club Unify brings together students with special needs and general education students to form inclusive friendships while working together as leaders and participants in different activities.
This is a club for students who love to read. Each team receives a list of books of various levels and categories from our school’s library to prepare for the District “Battle”.
Have you always wanted to act, show off and find a creative outlet? This is a drama club for anyone interested in learning more about acting. Explore different techniques of acting and then put on our own play.
This club consists of varioud exercises and fitness activities.
Students will be tending to school grounds, planting and harvesting vegetables.
Guitar club offers students a fun place to learn some basics, play, share and experience this beautiful and versatile instrument. Experience player or complete beginner.
Math fun with games, puzzles, escape rooms and discovering the wonderful world of numbers
The goals for this club are for students to develop enthusiasm for problem solving and mathematics, deepen understanding of mathematical concepts and strengthen ability to use these concepts plus build a stronger foundation for assessments and for future mathematics studies.
Students will do a variety of hands on science experiments. Due to the popularity of this club students will be selected on a lottery basis.
Club members will learn to record, edit video and present themselves as stars on camera.
Learn about how rockets are designed, created and launched. Students will participate in a variety of activities leading up to a final rocket design, construction project and launch of their very own rocket at a special District-wide event in May.
The patrols support the safety of students during arrival and dismissal.
Fun time playing a variety of board games with our friends.
Students will design and build the school yearbook.