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    CLASS DESCRIPTIONS 

    Art, Ms. Heidi Valles (Wednesday)

    Join Ms. Heidi Valles for this engaging art class! This enrichment activity is designed to increase student awareness of their role in the community, and encourage civic engagement while supporting the student in their exploration of art techniques to create unique and thoughtful works of art.  

    Graphic Novels, Ms. Klug, (Pre-Recorded and Thursday)

    Graphic novels and comics come in all shapes, sizes, and genres--including nonfiction! Graphic Novel Club will delve into many aspects of these wildly popular books. We will chat about favorite graphic novels and share new recommendations, talk about the meandering history of the format, and discuss how graphic novels differ from traditional print books yet still make for legitimate reading material. Participants will also learn about the stylistic elements of graphic novels and get to create their own short comics!
     
    Basic materials will be provided for pick-up at McClure on Monday 10/12 and Tuesday 10/13 for registered students. Students will have access to pre-recorded materials and live Teams meeting on the following Thursdays (Oct 22, Oct 29, Nov 12, and Dec 17). 

    Tennis, Ms. Christina Broadwin (Tuesday and Thursday, 4 weeks)

    PLEASE NOTE DATES: Tuesday and Thursday for 4 weeks from 10/13 to 11/5.
    Students will receive a racquet and tennis balls (Limited space) from Sports in Schools to help them get started with a successful Tennis class. Ms. Christina Broadwin will meet with students virtually twice a week for 4 weeks to help teach some basic tennis skills!
    Racquet and ball pick-up will be available at McClure the week of 10/12 and additional information will be sent out registered students.

    My Brother's Keeper (MBK) (Tuesday and Thursday)

    My Brother's Keeper (MBK) is a McClure Middle School program furthering President Obama's My Brother's Keeper Initiative, brought to you at no cost. Through MBK, McClure ensures that all of our black young men receive the necessary resources and support to be academically, emotionally, and socially successful. Mentors will work with students will work with mentors to achieve academic and personal goals.

    My Sister's Keeper (MSK) (Tuesday and Thursday)

     My Sister's Keeper (MSK) is a McClure Middle School program furthering President Obama's My Brother's Keeper Initiative, brought to you at no cost. Through MSK, McClure ensures that all of our black young women receive the necessary resources and support to be academically, emotionally, and socially successful. Mentors will work with students will work with mentors to achieve academic and personal goals.

    La Chispa, Ms. Swain (Tuesday)

    The mission of La Chispa is to promote, support, strengthen and engage an integrated and bi-lingual identity within McClure Middle School. The motto of La Chispa (Spark Team) is Dream, Learn, Serve. We are inspired to listen to the stories of others and learn from one another.  This is a student led club open to all interested McClure students.  We will learn, practice and use (our) second language more, share our knowledge with others-either mono, bilingual or multi-lingual to move forward, and create a welcoming community for Latinx youth at McClure. We aim to be an example of how friendships can be built; by making everyone feel welcome, respected, and that they belong. If you want to be part of this awesome club at McClure please join La Chispa!

    Drama—Improvisation, Seattle Children's Theater (Wednesday)

    In this fast-paced, creative environment, we’ll learn the fundamentals of improv, beginning with the all-important adage “yes, and…” From there, we’ll learn how to create stories without scripts or rehearsal using a wide variety of improv techniques, formats, and games.

     

    Bridge Club, NextGen Bridge, Mr. Bill Bumpas (Wednesday)

    Once a week, students will meet to socialize, have fun, and learn the game of bridge! As you learn the game there will be chances to compete in tournaments with other students in the area for your chance to win a trophy! The game of bridge knows no geographic or socio-economic boundaries. There are no age or gender concerns. No physical or intellectual requirements. Any child can learn and enjoy the game of bridge!

    Get REAL, Elizabeth Bobadilla (Wednesday)

    Get REAL provides the space and opportunity for youth to meet new friends while building healthy relationship skills through fun, interactive, and meaningful activities, discussions, and games! Example lesson and curriculum topics include: Learning ways to resist negative pressures, how to healthily communicate, and creating healthy boundaries. We look forward to lively and respectful interactions and discussions between group members. As a reward for their hard work, the group will be given a celebratory session on the last day!
    Please note, last session will be Wednesday 12/16.

    Knitty Gritty Club (Pre-Recorded and Fridays)

    Have you ever wanted to learn how to make your own scarf or knitted projects? Interested in gaining a new hobby that will  allow you to make gifts for friends and family? This is the class for you! Join the Knitting Class this Fall and learn how to make fun, useful projects! We will meet Fridays after learning a new skill each week.
    Basic knitting supplies will be provided for pick-up at McClure on Monday 10/12 and Tuesday 10/13.

     

    Pre-Recorded Sessions and Offline Activities: 

    Register to join the Enrichment Course on Schoology and gain access to pre-recorded materials for a variety of classes and check out some fun, casual discussion boards and light activities.
    Pre-recorded material will be added throughout the semester and will be available for things like cooking and fitness. Any students can join to participate.