Novi Meadows students have the opportunity to participate in a number of activities outside of the school day. These activities allow students to interact while learning.
We are proud to say that our clubs are sponsored by Novi Meadows staff. Some clubs meet before school from 7:15 - 8:05 a.m. Students will need to be brought to school by a parent for the before school meetings. Other clubs will meet after school until 4:30 p.m. Students may be picked up by 4:25, or they may ride the late bus. If they are not picked up by 4:25, they will be required to ride the late bus home -- no exceptions.
We invite students to participate in these extended learning opportunities before and after school! Each year we evaluate clubs and make changes based on interest and participation. Below are clubs that we have on a regular basis.
Open to all students who enjoy singing and performing. Students who participate in a choral experience develop skills that will improve the young singing voice.
Students will participate in fun and easy-to-do photo projects. Each week students will learn one composition technique and learn about a feature on their digital camera. At the session's end, each student's favorite photo will be enlarged and displayed for our final exhibit. A simple digital camera is needed.
Activities include dodge ball, soccer, basketball, and floor hockey.
The Leadership Club is a group of students that works together to help plan activities. The students representing their class will bring ideas and issues to the meetings. At the meetings, students will plan spirit days, fund raisers, and discuss concerns and ways to improve the school. Students will be introduced to the parliamentary procedure and take notes each meeting to report back to their homeroom.
Students will work individually or with a partner to create a working robot using Lego Mindstorms.
Students can choose to enter a design for the yearbook. One design will be chosen. Students can help their teacher with taking pictures for the yearbook. Photographers should let their classroom teachers know if they are interested in helping with pictures.