Activities

 

After School Clubs

Goals for After School Clubs
-To gain and practice knowledge and skills
-To provide a safe and productive space for students to attend after school
-To enjoy time with peers

Art Club (Middle School Only)

Students will experience a TAB (teaching for Artistic Behaviors) style classroom where they have a voice in projects, mediums, materials and style. Students will learn strategies for thinking creatively in addition to learning to think like an artist.  

Where: Room 112 in 7-8 Building

When: 2:35pm- 3:35pm, every Thursday starting November 10 (runs for 10 sessions)

Technology Club (Middle School Only)

Students will be introduced to beginner level coding, website development and digital design.

Where: Room 114 in 7-8 Building 

When: 2:35pm - 3:35pm, every Wednesday and Thursday starting November 9 (runs for 10 sessions)

Science & Engineering Club (High School Only) 

Students will experience an open discussion of research based science and engineering topics/ideas beyond what is explored in the classroom. 

Where: Room 208 in High School Building 

When: 2:35pm - 3:35pm, every Tuesday starting November 1 (runs for 10 sessions) 

Register on Infinite Campus under School Store - Choose School 

Questions about Middle School After School Clubs should be directed to the Activities Coordinator/Activities Director.


QUIZ BOWL

Quiz Bowl

 

“Quiz bowl stretches your brain to contain more knowledge than ever before. It is a great club that anyone of any age should join.” These are the words of 7th grade player Gavin who was on the team last year for the first time. Players meet weekly for practices during the main season starting in October and going through March. The big misconception is that people think you need to be smart in all subjects to join, this is, however, not the case. Players work on teams of four with each player having one strong subject area. The main subjects involved in tournaments are History, Science, Literature/Arts, and Geography.  Our players did so well in the first two seasons of the program that school was able to send teams to Nationals both years. Each year the team grows and develops. If you want to know a thing or two about anything and everything, you should check out Quiz Bowl!

For more information, please contact Jason Ruzek.

National Honor Society

Welcome to Spectrum High School's National Honor Society!  Mr. Chris Hyde is Spectrum's advisor.  If you have any questions regarding NHS at Spectrum, please feel free to contact Mr. Hyde.

NHS Resources Page on Schoology

Students of the Month for grade 9-12

For each month from September through April, teachers are asked to nominate students as candidates for Students of the Month. Teachers are asked to base these nominations on the character and academic excellence displayed by students in the classroom and around school. Once nominations are submitted the NHS members vote anonymously for two students they believe best represent these traits. Winners are then recognized by receiving a certificate, a locker sign, announcement in school and on all mediums of advertisement the school produces, as well as a note home to parents.

National Junior Honor Society

If you have any questions regarding NJHS at Spectrum, please feel free to contact Ms. Dillon.

HS & MS Student Council 

For more informtion on Spectrum's Student Councils, contact Mrs. Laura Johnson for HS and Mrs. Faith Faatz for MS.

Spectrum Theatre Program

For more informtion on Spectrum's Theatre program, contact Ms. Kathy Tyler.