NAIS Clubs

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  • **NOTE**

    NAIS Clubs are offered throughout the school year. Some clubs are held all year and others are held for a quarter or time period through the year.  Club sign ups will begin during the month of the September.  Signs up will be posted to the school webpage and Schoology. Club advisors will maintain a Schoology page with meeting dates, information and other supplies you need. Once a student is in the club, the student will be added to that course and both the student and parent will have access to important club information. The Schoology course will be the main source of communication with the club advisor.

  • Student Council-

    NAIS Student Council is a student run council that works toward building school and community pride and involvement. Student council strives to foster good citizenship and to help build our school culture. Students meet monthly. Classroom representatives and officers are elected by the student body. Events include Red Ribbon Week, Spirit Week, and co-sponsoring the NAIS Dances.

     Advisors: Mr. Petrozelli, Mrs. Spering, Miss Morrison

    Interact Club-

     Interact Club is sponsored and guided by the local Rotary Club. IInteract is a combination of two words ... international and action. Students get a chance to work in the community to help others.  They will get to participate in a local community service and other international activities. 

    We look to do fundraisers and more to purchase food, shelter and animals for places that are in need. For example, we work with the Pocono Wildlife Center and Moravian Hall Square.

     Advisors: Mrs. Saunders, Miss Humes

    Environmental Club-

     Students get in touch with the environment around them. Activities include exploring and discovering plants, animals, rock, water, and snow, and how these materials impact them, and the environment.

    ​​Advisor:  To Be Determined

    Orchestra-

    Strings Orchestra is an instrumental group for stringplayers who would like to perform in an ensemble setting. Any student who has been playing the violin, viola, cello, or string bass for 1 year or more can sign-up for the orchestra.   

    Instrumental sign ups are being done by Mrs. Sabol. If interested and you have not received a paper please email Mrs. Sabol – lsabol@nazarethasd.og 

     Advisor: Mrs. Sabol

    Welcome to Drama!

     There are 3 different groups in Drama. See below for the ones you are interested in participating in during the school year.

     SIGN UPS- First come basis by sign up time and then by grade level starting with Grade 6. There is a limit to the amount of students accepted in each group.

    Drama Kids

     Drama kids is a traveling performance group that performs at different events through the year. This group is fast paced and focuses on different aspects of theatre while preparing for different events in the school year. This group is good for the student who is new to theatre and wants to learn and still perform for the public in a smaller setting. Performances may include, Christmas in Nazareth, Barnes and Nobles Night, Night of the Arts and other events during the year. Dates will vary so flexibility is a must for this group.

    Musical Kids

     Musical Kids begins working on a musical  in the fall and perform for the public in the Spring. This group is a large commitment and practices are mandatory.

    Stage Crew

     This is for the student who has interest in the behind the scenes aspect of the theatre. This is for students with great listening skills, leadership building and interest in learning about what goes on behind the scenes of the theatre. Students in Stage Crew will also be in charge of costumes, sets and props for the spring musical and be expected to be at all performances and practices. Stage crew will be picked based on interview and simple auditing of practices.

    Advisor- Mrs. Jenny Snyder

     

    TMI Club-

    TMI: Technology, Math, and Innovation Club : Creating, solving, discussing, and defending real-life math puzzles and problems in a fun and energetic learning environment. Geared toward student interest, project-based, utilizing technology, taking Math/Science to a whole new level with  S.T.E.M. Students will be presented with STEM Challenges each week to work together in groups to solve. A Knex Challenge will also be offered for an opportunity for students to take their STEM challenge to the next level.

      Advisors:  Mrs. DelBene, Mrs. Whitman, Mrs. Guerrieri

     

  • NAIS Chorus

    Do you like to sing? Do you like to perform with others? Then Chorus is for you!

    This is a performance-based group and every member of the group is important!  Please mark performance dates in your calendar as soon as possible!  Additional performances may be added, and you will be notified as soon as possible.

    ​I look forward to singing with everyone! 

    Advisor- Mrs. Ashton

     

    Yearbook Club-

     Yearbook: Design and produce the NAIS yearbook!  We will meet on the first and third Thursdays. A specific calendar will be given to students once the group is selected.  

    Approximately 12 students selected across grade levels to be staff members. Staff members must be able to attend most meetings, and must have photography skills. 

    Advisor: Mr. Greger 

     

    Intramurals-

     Aquatics Intramurals is open to 6th grade students ONLY.  It is held after school at the Middle School.  A bus transports students to the Middle School Natatorium. A ride must be provided for the student to get home from the Middle School.

     Team Sports Intramurals is held in the Spring. It is open to both 5th and 6th grade students and is held at the Intermediate School.​

    Advisors: Mrs. Stocker, Mr. Markle

     

    Acoustic Guitar Club-

    WELCOME! Learning to play the guitar provides young musicians with the opportunity to have fun while developing musically. 

    REHEARSALS
    There will be two different meeting times (for two different playing levels).

    Advisor- Mrs. Ashton

    Coding Club-

    The coding club is for students that have an interest in learning coding and some basic programming.  We will be using the Google CS First coding program to create an app. The two top apps in Grade 6 will be chosen to participate in the Regional Computer Fair for Grades  6-8 in March. Other apps will be posted on our website for others to enjoy!

    ​​ Advisors: Mrs. Whitman, Mr. Petrozelli

     

    Writing Club

    Where:  NAIS Library

    When:  Once a month after school

    Why sign up:

    Make new friends!

    Get better at writing!

    Share your stories and ideas with friends!

    Publish a piece of writing!

    Read some great books!

    Advisor- Mrs. Thomas

     

    Art Club- 

    Art Club participation works on a first come first serve basis. We will explore different art projects through the school year that we don’t normally do during school. If you love art, this is the club for you!

     Thank you for your interest in Art Club and I am looking forward to a great and creative year filled with art.  

     Advisor- 

     

    Broadcast Bunch-

     The Broadcast Bunch is for students that LOVE to make movies and videos. We will learn how to set up scenes, record from different angles and edit our movies. The two top movies in Grade 6 will be chosen to participate in the Regional Computer Fair for Grades  6-8 in March. Other projects will be posted on our website for others to enjoy! Students that have experience with creating videos or hosting their own youtube channels or have a strong interest in video production and movie making should join this club.​

    ​There are NO tryouts! It is a first come registration.

    Advisors: Mrs. Whitman, Mrs. Feilbach

     
     

  • Girls on the Run-

    *** THIS IS NOT A SCHOOL RUN CLUB, BUT A PARENT VOLUNTEER CLUB***

    Girls on the Run meets and runs after school to prepare girls to run a 5K.

    If you are interested in this club- please email Mrs. Robinson Fillips  - 

    robinsonfilipps6@gmail.com

    Advisor: Mrs. Robinson Filipps

     

    Girls in STEM

    STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math!

     The club is for girls that are interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and  Math! During this club, you will gain leadership skills and a chance to explore STEM careers while doing experiments, STEM activities and having fun!

    Advisors: Mrs. Whitman, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Stocker

     

    Welcome to Strategy & Board Games Club!

     This club is intended to provide and facilitate a space where students can play various strategy and board games.  We will spend the first 3-4 meetings introducing students to different types of games. After that, students will be able to choose the game they would like to play, with additional games being introduced as needed. 

    Examples of games we would introduce:

    Stratego

    Blokus

    Chick-a-Pig

    Monopoly Deal

    Chess

    Checkers

    Snertz

    Amazing Labyrinth

    Dominoes

    Dominion*

    Students will also be encouraged to bring in games from home and share with the group.

    Advisor: Mr. Vogler

     

    Graphic Design and Web Page Club

    Sixth grade students will create logos,  menus, and promotional materials for a fictional restaurant using the elements of graphic design.  The two best groups projects will be entered in the regional Computer Fair in March.

    Students will create a webpage for a company or organization. Students will be exposed to HTML Design tools and other simple Web Page Design Programs. The two best websites will be entered in the regional Computer Fair in March.

    Advisors: Mrs. Bedoya, Mrs. Whitman

     

    Odyssey of the Mind Club-

    Odyssey of the Mind is an International, FUN, Creative Problem-Solving opportunity for students. Focus on Teamwork, critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving, and independent thinking skills! Team members must commit to attend additional practices outside of school. Dates extended if teams advance past regionals, Tryouts in the Fall.

    Advisors: Mrs. Bewick, Mrs. Feilbach

     

    Youth Band-

    The Nazareth Area Intermediate School youth band is comprised of experienced 5th and 6th grade brass and woodwind players. In addition, this group is for percussionists who plan to audition for this group during lessons.  Fourth graders may try out after they have learned how to play the Concert Bflat major scale or upon special invitation from Mrs. Mann.

     The Nazareth Area Intermediate School Beginning Band will form when students know their first five notes. Percussionists do not join until the spring season.

     The NAIS Jazz Band is comprised of students who audition or are selected by Mrs. Mann to be in this advanced group of students.

     The NAIS Percussion Ensemble is comprised of percussionists who have at least 5 months of lessons.

     Finally, Practice Club meets every morning for any student wishing to come in to practice their instrument. This is a GREAT way to start the day.

    Advisor: Mrs. Mann

     

    Ski Club-

    Students will go to Blue Mountain Ski Resort after school on Wednesdays beginning in January to ski!

    The ski trip dates will begin in January.

     If school is cancelled or school dismisses early for inclement weather, Ski Club will also be cancelled and rescheduled.

    Advisors- Mrs. Dawe, Mrs. Bedoya Miss Morrison