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  • Art Club

    Art Club meets every Thursday after school to explore our creative side. Our first goal is to create a large painted mural to be displayed in the front office! From there, we will continue to explore a variety of mediums as we draw, paint, and work with clay to create 2D and 3D works of art.  If you are interested in joining the art club, please see Mrs. Jardine, or send her an email at jjardine@pvlearners.net

     
    AR Book Club

    In the AR book club, students engage in book discussions, socialize and enjoy all things literary.
    If you are interested in joining the AR Book club, please see Mr. Gleason, or email him at lgleason@pvlearners.net
      

    AVID Club

    Advancement Via Individual Determination is a college preparatory club. Seventh grade students are mentored by our 8th grade students. They plan fundraising for celebrations and troops as well as incorporate and perform community service projects. If you are interested in joining the AVID club, please see Mrs. Jones, or email her at kjones@pvlearners.net

     

    Drama Club

    Students rehearse and perform theatre. If you are interested in joining the drama club, please see Ms. Brumm, or email her at kbrumm@pvlearners.net

     

    Student Council     

    STUCO supports Shea in a number of ways. The Mission of the Student Council is to represent the interests of the student body in student government affairs. We work with the administration, faculty, staff and school committee to ensure the student body feels free to express their ideas and suggestions. Student Council promotes a positive relationship between the student body and the administration, faculty, staff and school committee.

    If you have questions or are interested in Student Council, please see Ms. Favela, or send her an email at ffavela@pvlearners.net

     
    Veterans Heritage Project (VHP)
     
    VHP is a non-profit organization whose mission is connecting students with Veterans.
    Students interview veterans, write essays, and publish them in a book honoring military veterans.  If you are interested in joining the VHP club, please see Mr. Swiggart, or send him an email at tswigart@pvlearners.net
     

    Yearbook Club     

    Yearbook is a great way to meet new friends and express oneself creatively. Each student's contribution to the yearbook can be seen when the yearbook arrives in May. Students are trained utilizing specialized yearbook computer software, students are partnered up with design yearbook spreads that they can work on both in school and at home. In addition to designing pages, students cover a multitude of events throughout the course of the year, such as dances, athletic games and fundraisers. Students also assist with various other yearbook related tasks including selling yearbooks, photography, and eventually yearbook distribution to the student body.  

    If you are interested in joining the yearbook club, please see Ms. Favela, or send her an email at ffavela@pvlearners.net

     
     
     
     
     
     

     

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