Below is information regarding Clubs at Nathan Hale School. Information about clubs/activities are given to all students by the teachers sponsoring the club.
This club will be focused around familiarizing students to their iPads, the apps and tools while having fun.
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.
This club allows students the opportunity to learn more about computers and typing. Student will work on programs such as Word, Excel, Publisher and Power Point using chromebooks, iPads and apps.
Are you a girl? Are you interested in math and science? Do you like to be creative and solve problems? Then GEMS is the club for you! GEMS is an all-girl group based around getting girls involved in math, science and engineering! This year we will be conducting a wide variety of science and mathematics based activities. Any girl, 4th or 5th grade is welcome; no experience is needed! You just need to be willing to have some fun try new things!
This club will bring student awareness to environmental issues and promote change.
Students will learn basic guitar skills, introduction to music theory and learn songs.
Students will work on goal-setting, pacing and endurance. They will walk, run and play games.
Students will extend their art knowledge and skills
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”.
FUSE is a new kind of interest-driven club in areas such as robotics, electronics, biotechnology, graphic design, Android app development, 3D printing and more! FUSE challenges can be tackled individually or in groups. Each challenge uses a leveling up model from gaming and is designed to engage teens in different STEAM topics and skill sets. FUSE challenges provide a new way to explore science, technology, engineering, arts and design, and math in a fun and relaxed way.
Students collaborate with each other to build confidence and self-esteem while dancing. Students will produce morning announcements that are telecasted over the Hale server.
The patrols support the safety of students during arrival and dismissal.