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After-School Clubs and Activities
After-School Clubs and Activities
Girls on Track
The Girls on Track Program offers two sessions, one in the fall and one in the Spring, for girls at E.L. Wright to participate and learn about a healthy life style.
Mr. Bare and Mrs. Templeton
6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Students who maintain excellent academic standing are invited to participate in the E.L. Wright BETA Club. The BETA Club is a service learning club that promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership and service.
Given the demonstrated importance of oral literacy in high school and beyond, it is particularly important to train young adolescent students in public speaking and debate, especially if he/she is considering an occupation in the career cluster of Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security. Debate practice in the middle grades allows students to build skills they will need in high school and beyond. Debating is “active learning,” a process of involving students in an activity while they reflect critically about what it is they are doing. A few of the skills debate students will learn throughout the school year from this program are research competence, media literacy, reading comprehension, argument literacy, evidence evaluation, summarization/outlining, public speaking, floor management, and civility.
Students interested in writing and performing plays for audiences should jump at the chance to spread their creative muscle in the E. L. Wright Drama Club.
Please contact Mrs. Weaver for more informaiton. (email@example.com)
Mrs. Elizabeth Gibbs, Mr. Ben Rafuse, Mrs. Emily Schweickert
Renaissance Dinner Teahter with a heavy emphasis on the musical style from this time period by our Performing Arts program.
Quiz Whiz Team
Mrs. Maria Carter
Students complete in round robin style competition against all other Richland 2 Middle School Teams.
We are more than just picking up your trash. The purpose of the club is to create awareness of environmental issues, such as protection, conservation, preservation, and restoration, with an emphasis on educating and empowering students. Students who are interested in environmental advocacy and awareness are encouraged to join. We also support community efforts, such as Department of Natural Resources, who needs thousands of empty used water bottles (caps on) for a project at Palmetto Sportsman’s Classic in March 2020. We support our school arts program by saving empty water bottles, bulletin board paper and much more. And finally, the environmental clubs supports the Ronald McDonald House by collecting can tabs, which they in turn recycle to help raise monies. The mission of RMHC
is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children and their families. A world where all children have access to medical care, and their families are supported and actively involved in their children's care.
Ms. Fehlig and Ms. Haga
Are you interested in government? What to help improve your school? Then check out student council where students can get a first hand experience in student government. Students can run for office or class representative to participate in student council where they will work together to provide services to the student body in conjunction with school staff.
An extended day program designed to encourage the academic, social and physical development of the student. The schedule provides time for homework assistance, computer use, reading, athletic activities and school sponsored clubs along with a break for nutritious snacks
There is a fee and the program runs from 2:30 to 6:00 pm.
For more information please contact the front desk at 2100.