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Barr Middle School Clubs


 

Thinking Cap Quiz Bowl - Mrs. Pedersen
Grades 6-8. A team activity with all participants around one computer answering 100 multiple-choice questions. Areas covered include math, geography, government, sports, spelling, science, literature, English, history, general information and just plain fun trivia.  Students practice during WIN time, September- November.

DC Concessions- Ms. McCarville                                                                                                                            8th grade students work in the concession stand to earn money for the DC Delegates trip in the spring.

Science Bowl- Mrs. Pedersen and Ms. Stephens
Grades 6-8. Students practice weekly during WIN time and before school to compete in the Middle School Science Bowl competition, October- January.

Math Counts- Ms. Schmidt
Grades 6-8. Students practice weekly during WIN time for Math Counts competition. October- January.

Academic Quiz Bowl - Mrs. Pedersen and Mr. Weaver                                                                      Grades 7-8. Students practice to compete on the Academic Quiz Bowl Team.  Academic Quiz Bowl is a lockout buzzer system competition in which two teams of six members face each other answering questions on a variety of topics.  Practices are weekly during WIN time and before school, October- January.

Soccer Club - Mrs. Snoberger, Mrs. Ripp, Mrs. McQuinn                                                                                              Grades 6-8 to strengthen soccer skills.  Meets Tuesday at 7:30 am

Yearbook - Ms. Yager
Grades 6-8.  Yearbook is an organization that promotes school spirit and captures school memories while building leadership for students.  The goal of Yearbook is to build confidence and communication skills socially with peers and school staff, while also refining photographic talent to create aesthetically pleasing designs.  Meetings are Wednesday after school.

Roots and Shoots- Mrs. Pedersen
Grades 6-8. Students meet before school, weekends, and during the summer to do projects related to our mission, to improve the prairies for native and migratory species.  We have presented at the Crane Trust, NATS Conference in Fremont, and NAG Conference in Omaha.  Meet monthly on the 3rd Tuesday during WIN.  Awards:  Most active Roots and Shoots team in the world- May 2015 and International Project of the Month  

Jr. Islander Power     Mr. Dunham

Grades 7-8,   Focuses on agility and strength training.  Tuesday and Thursday 7:30 am

Weights Mr. Dunham
Grades 6, Focuses on agility and strength training. Tuesday and Thursday 4-5 pm

Junior Thespians     Dr. Garcia                                                                                                                Grades 6-8, After school drama club that will rehearse and perform a play.  Students will learn the basics of stagecraft, self discipline, and the importance of hard work, creativity, and imaginative play, listening and observation skills, and confidence. 

Pokemon  Ms. Bair
Grade 6-8 Learn strategy to know what to do and how to play Pokemon.  Thursday 4-5 pm 

Dungeons and Dragons   Ms. Heaton
Grades 6-8 Dungeons and Dragons is a fantasy role-playing game first published in 1974. Most players role-play adventuring characters such as an elf warlock or dwarf paladin. One player is the Dungeon Master who facilitates the game.  You and your friends tell a story together, guiding your heroes through quests for treasure. Wednesday 4-6 pm

 

 

Media Inquiries
Mitchell Roush , Marketing & Communications
308-385-5900 ex. 201127
Your Legacy.
Their Opportunity.

Enhancing opportunities by seeking and securing resources for projects, scholarships and programs.

Access digital copies of our district flyers.

Improving school-to-home communication by distribute school flyers directly to families digitally.

Barr Middle School Clubs


 

Thinking Cap Quiz Bowl - Mrs. Pedersen
Grades 6-8. A team activity with all participants around one computer answering 100 multiple-choice questions. Areas covered include math, geography, government, sports, spelling, science, literature, English, history, general information and just plain fun trivia.  Students practice during WIN time, September- November.

DC Concessions- Ms. McCarville                                                                                                                            8th grade students work in the concession stand to earn money for the DC Delegates trip in the spring.

Science Bowl- Mrs. Pedersen and Ms. Stephens
Grades 6-8. Students practice weekly during WIN time and before school to compete in the Middle School Science Bowl competition, October- January.

Math Counts- Ms. Schmidt
Grades 6-8. Students practice weekly during WIN time for Math Counts competition. October- January.

Academic Quiz Bowl - Mrs. Pedersen and Mr. Weaver                                                                      Grades 7-8. Students practice to compete on the Academic Quiz Bowl Team.  Academic Quiz Bowl is a lockout buzzer system competition in which two teams of six members face each other answering questions on a variety of topics.  Practices are weekly during WIN time and before school, October- January.

Soccer Club - Mrs. Snoberger, Mrs. Ripp, Mrs. McQuinn                                                                                              Grades 6-8 to strengthen soccer skills.  Meets Tuesday at 7:30 am

Yearbook - Ms. Yager
Grades 6-8.  Yearbook is an organization that promotes school spirit and captures school memories while building leadership for students.  The goal of Yearbook is to build confidence and communication skills socially with peers and school staff, while also refining photographic talent to create aesthetically pleasing designs.  Meetings are Wednesday after school.

Roots and Shoots- Mrs. Pedersen
Grades 6-8. Students meet before school, weekends, and during the summer to do projects related to our mission, to improve the prairies for native and migratory species.  We have presented at the Crane Trust, NATS Conference in Fremont, and NAG Conference in Omaha.  Meet monthly on the 3rd Tuesday during WIN.  Awards:  Most active Roots and Shoots team in the world- May 2015 and International Project of the Month  

Jr. Islander Power     Mr. Dunham

Grades 7-8,   Focuses on agility and strength training.  Tuesday and Thursday 7:30 am

Weights Mr. Dunham
Grades 6, Focuses on agility and strength training. Tuesday and Thursday 4-5 pm

Junior Thespians     Dr. Garcia                                                                                                                Grades 6-8, After school drama club that will rehearse and perform a play.  Students will learn the basics of stagecraft, self discipline, and the importance of hard work, creativity, and imaginative play, listening and observation skills, and confidence. 

Pokemon  Ms. Bair
Grade 6-8 Learn strategy to know what to do and how to play Pokemon.  Thursday 4-5 pm 

Dungeons and Dragons   Ms. Heaton
Grades 6-8 Dungeons and Dragons is a fantasy role-playing game first published in 1974. Most players role-play adventuring characters such as an elf warlock or dwarf paladin. One player is the Dungeon Master who facilitates the game.  You and your friends tell a story together, guiding your heroes through quests for treasure. Wednesday 4-6 pm

 

 

Media Inquiries
Mitchell Roush , Marketing & Communications
308-385-5900 ex. 201127
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