After School Clubs – Monday through Thursday from 4:15-5:15 pm
McAuliffe is pleased to be offering a number of after school clubs from 4:15-5:15 pm Monday through Thursday. Some McAuliffe clubs will be school sponsored and led by McAuliffe staff. For a McAuliffe sponsored club sign up will be through the link provided and payments will be made to MIS via the main office. Other clubs will be offered by trusted partner organizations and will run during our fall, winter, and spring after school programming. In a community partnered class, parents need to contact the organization directly to register and pay for the enrichment. Classes with insufficient registrations may be cancelled, and there is a maximum number of students each class can accommodate. Please note that scholarship spots for community partnered classes are extremely limited. Questions regarding clubs please reach out to Sherry Beardshear at Sherry_Beardshear@dpsk12.org.
Anime Club (McAuliffe Sponsored) – FULL
Are you an Otaku or Weeaboo (do you love Anime and Manga)? Then this club is for you! Join fellow Weeaboos to talk all things Anime & Manga. Each week we’ll talk about our favorite shows, episodes and characters. It will also give you a chance to meet other Sun Devils who share your love of Anime and Manga! This club will be held on Tuesdays starting Oct. 5th in room 114 from 4:15-5:15 pm.
McAuliffe Players Club (McAuliffe Sponsored)
Come be a part of the McAuliffe Players! If you are full of energy, love to be silly, and have a grand ole’ time, come hang out with Mr. Collett & Miss Kassay for a grab bag of activities! Activities will include: Lip Sync Battles, Improv games, Dancing, performances, and other fun activities! The club will be held WHITE Day Thursday from 4:15-5:15pm in room 123.
Ping Pong Club (McAuliffe Sponsored) – FULL – Email Sr.Pulgarin at Diego_Pulgarin@dpsk12.org to be put on the wait list.
Come and join us for some casual ping pong afterschool! If you have a love for table tennis but don’t have anyone to play with, come join Alexander Reed and Sr. Pulgarin for some exhilarating table tennis fun! We will just be playing for fun and all levels are welcome.
Rainbow Alliance Club (McAuliffe Sponsored)
Rainbow Alliance is a student club that provides for the concerns and interests of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender students and friends. Students can socialize in a supportive community of peers who either identify within the LGBTQIA+ or are supporters of this community. The club will be held every other Monday starting Oct. 4th.
Running Club (McAuliffe Sponsored)
The goal of Running Club is to run at least 100 miles (or further!) before the end of the school year. Runners who hit the 100 (or 200, 300 or 400) milestone will receive a cool t-shirt! Running Club will meet every Wednesday at 4:15pm beginning November 3rd and members must attend at least one session per month. Club members can also include any miles run outside of the Running Club towards their goal (honor system!). This is a co-ed club open to all grades, with or without running experience.
Sticky Finger Cooking (Community Sponsored)
Our professional chef instructors guide kid chefs by providing safe, entertaining, hands-on learning throughout the class, but it’s the kid chefs who do the prepping and cooking! Our class sessions are a BLAST for all ages! When kids get to touch the ingredients and have a hand in creating their food, they’re much more willing to try new foods. We provide all of the tools, ingredients and instruction needed to cook up a delicious, healthy and hearty after-school snack each week.
Square State Skateboarding Club (Community Partner)
Square State Skateboarding Club is a curriculum based skateboarding club that focuses on everything from fundamentals to more advanced skills on skateboards. We provide all the equipment needed and work with participants of all skills abilities. Our skilled staff provide hands on instruction with a focus on safety and growth both on and off a skateboard!
YouthBiz Shark Tank (Community Partner)
Calling all future entrepreneurs! Ever thought you had an idea for the next big thing? Ever wanted to start your own business and be your own boss? YouthBiz Shark Tank is for you! This class will show you how to generate a business idea, or improve one you already have, find out more about other businesses doing something similar, create an initial prototype, and prepare and present a professional business pitch, just like Shark Tank! Along the way, students will learn about their strengths and weaknesses, personal financial management and budgeting, the business cycle, opportunity recognition, and design thinking! On the last day of class, young business owners will pitch their businesses to a panel of judges, competing for the grand prize of $100!