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Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

  • 5000 Role Models Of Excellence Project

    5000 Role Models Of Excellence Project

    5000 Role Models

    Sponsors: Mr. Moise, Mr. Williams, Mr. Jean-Jacques and Mr. Plummer

    The vision and mission of the 5000 Role Model is that each minority male student will graduate from high school, go to college, vocational school, or the military, and be positioned to become a contributing and self-sufficient member of society. The project’s mission is to intervene in the lives of young boys, to provide them with alternatives that will lead them away from a life of crime and violence.

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     Club Meeting schedule

    March 4, 2024    2:30-4:30

    March 18, 2024  2:30-4:30

    April 1, 2024      2:30-4:30

    April 15, 2024    2:30-4:30

    May 6, 2024       2:30-4:30

    Contact Info: 754-322-4043



    Sponsors: Ms. Amy Stramanack & Mr. Joseph and Do GOOD 42

    The Elementary GAP Student Tech Team, or Tech Trailblazers, is a remarkable group of budding tech enthusiasts eager to explore the exciting world of technology. These students demonstrate impressive ingenuity and a natural aptitude for problem-solving. Throughout the year, they have embarked on various projects, from basic coding exercises to creating videos relating to Digital Citizenship. Their boundless curiosity and enthusiasm create a vibrant atmosphere, where learning flourishes. In this class, we foster a supportive environment where every member feels empowered to contribute their unique ideas and skills. Through their endeavors, this team develops valuable technical know-how and cultivates essential teamwork and leadership skills that will serve them well in their academic and professional pursuits.

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    Contact Info: 754-322-4064


  • Dance Club

    Dance Club

    Sponsor: Ms. Stanley and Mrs. Parker

    The vision and mission of the Dance Club is to properly educate students in many different forms of dance while sharing our passion for dance with all of our students. Our philosophy is to provide a fun, safe, nurturing, and supportive atmosphere to cultivate each student’s love for the art of dance and develop each child’s unique gifts, talents, and sense of pride and self-confidence in all aspects of life.

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    Meeting Days and Times:

    Every Tuesday from 2:30-4:30

    Meeting Location: Room 925

  • Chess Club

    Sponsor: Mr. Artesani

    The vision of the Chess Club is to develop important leadership skills in our students while providing a fun, competitive, and engaging atmosphere that encourages cooperation and friendship. The Chess Club is designed to nurture critical thinking in young minds while teaching students how to communicate and execute complex ideas. While doing so, the Chess Club will foster a healthy sense of sportsmanship that will prepare students to succeed.

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    Meeting Days and Times:

    Every Thursday from 2:30-4:30

    Meeting Location: Room 2506

  • Speech and Debate

    Sponsor: Ms. Allick-Fields

    Meeting Times: Every Monday afternoon from 2:45 PM to 4:30 PM in room 459

    Parkway Middle Speech and Debate is a high-school course we offer to a selected number of our eighth-grade students.  In this class, students learn effective communication and debate skills, which are tested in a district-wide debate competition. 

  • Spanish Club

    Spanish Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Ramirez

    The Spanish Club allows children to learn Spanish in a caring and safe environment. We are dedicated to nurturing our students’ social, emotional, and cognitive needs to enhance their language learning experience.” This space allows scholars to practice, develop, and/or work on their World Languages Showcase competition entries.

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    Meeting Days and Times:

    Monday at 2:30-4:30

    Meeting Location:

    Room 2522

  • Student Activity Board (SAB)


    Student Activity Board (SAB)

    Sponsor: Ms. Davis


    The Student Activity Board will increase student involvement and open doors for a more diverse relationship between the students and staff. This gives the students an opportunity to take on leadership roles and develop and grow within their education. The students participating in the club will also personally benefit from it by interacting with school leaders, community leaders, and business leaders. This will provide them with working knowledge and hands-on training to help promote them in their career goals.

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    Meeting Days and Times:

    Monday & Wednesday from 2:30-4:30

    Meeting Location: Room 467

  • The Thespians

    The Thespians

    Sponsors: Ms. Rose and Ms. Braff

    We are Thespian Troupe 88050 and are members of the International Thespian Society. The goal and mission of the International Thespian Society is to honor student achievement, support theater educators, and make theater accessible to all.


  • Art Club

    Art Club:

    Sponsor: Ms. Brooks

    The mission of the Art Club is to provide art club members with an opportunity to express their individuality through the creation of artworks and give back to our community, school, and others, using our talents and gifts in unique ways.




    Sponsor: Mrs. Thompson

    The goals of JROTC are to motivate young people to become better citizens and scholars. Educate students in leadership, character, citizenship, and life-enhancing skills. Provide positive support and a disciplined learning environment. Build self-confidence and self-esteem. Develop the academic and social skills of students.


  • Student Government Association (SGA)

    Student Government Association (SGA)

    Sponsor: Mrs. Wright-White

    SGA is a group of student leaders serving as the student body's heart, mind, and soul. The Student Government Association (SGA) is designed to foster leadership skills, encourage school spirit, and teach democratic principles among students. SGA strives to lead by example in academics, extracurricular activities, community service, school spirit, student events, and student-teacher relations.

    Meeting Days and Times:

    Once a month on Thursday from 2:30-4:30

    Meeting Location: Room 467

  • Elementary Preforming Arts

    Elementary Performing Arts

    Sponsor: Ms. Harden

    Our Elementary Performing Arts club aims to enrich our elementary scholars by broadening their experiences in the arts. Our scholars will explore the wonders of the performing arts through high-quality instruction, which engages and inspires them to develop a lifelong love of the performing arts, music, self-confidence, creativity, and imagination and provides opportunities for self-expression and a sense of personal achievement.


    Meeting Days and Times:

    Tuesday at 2:30-4:30

    Meeting Location:

    Room 2552

  • Pop Ensemble

    Pop Ensemble

    Sponsor: Ms. Holmes

    The mission of the Pop Ensemble Club is to make a positive difference in the lives of the Pop Ensemble members by providing musical experiences and performances and to assist them in achieving their potential as they develop confidence, cooperation, leadership, responsibility, life skills, and high standards of excellence and character.

    Meeting Days and Times:

    Wednesday from 2:45-4:20

    Meeting Location: Room 126

  • Yearbook


    Sponsor: Ms. M. Johnson


    Mission: To understand essential visual and design elements of publication media and create a document that captures the people, events, emotions, and culture of our school over the course of an academic year, utilizing the skills, rules, and formatting techniques acquired on the course.