Club Descriptions & Information
The first archery practice for the 2017-2018 will beAugust31st,2017. The signup forms will be available for pick up, August 14th, 2017 at the Rincon Vista front office. Sign ups are based on a first come, first serve basis. If your son or daughter would like to participate in this club, it is imperative the form is filled out and returned back to the Rincon Vista front office as soon as possible. There is only going to be 26 slots available for this up coming season. For more information contact Mr. Hunter at email@example.com.
ART CLUB will meet on MONDAYS after school in the Art Studio to create! We will explore, painting, drawing, sculpture etc. We will create public Art to honor, decorate and celebrate our school and community. We will also be creating our own tiles. We will be experimenting with stained glass to slump & fuse it in a glass kiln. If possible, we will have speakers join us or take a field trip! We will offer Face Painting at school functions such as dances etc. Our outreach will consist of the tiles mentioned above and other public services around our school.
The cost for Art Club is $25 due on the first day you come and join us. This includes the cost of your club T- Shirt and supplies required for projects you will take home.
Sponsor: Mrs. Dominice.
“AWESOME” OPTIMIST CLUB (JOII)
Do you have some household, clothing items, stuffed animals, books or even plastic grocery bags? Please consider donating them to the Awesome Optimist Community Service Club of RVMS. We repurpose them to help varying organizations and people in need throughout Tucson. We can find a new home or function for just about anything!
We are excited to be in our fifth year of service to our community as a fully chartered Junior Optimist Club. Sponsored by the Rincon Optimists, the RVMS Awesome Optimists meet every other Tuesday after school beginning August 1. We will meet in Room 1404.
Our ongoing projects include: the Vail Shoe Day, School Supply Parties/Collections for the Shyann Kindness Organization, Diamond Children’s Medical Center and the Gabrielle Giffords Family Center at the Community Food Bank, Teacups of Love for hospices and caregivers, Care Bags for those undergoing treatment, socks and toiletries for Veterans in need. Purses for Peace — donated pocketbooks stuffed with toiletries and given to the Emerge Domestic Violence Shelter; sandwiches for the homeless and plastic bags collections for area food banks and soup kitchens; clothing and blanket drives for Operation Deep Freeze and shelters; fundraisers for nonprofits including the Kim Conca Foundation which supports families who have been impacted by cancer and the I Can Foundation for individuals with limb challenges continue to be our focus throughout the year.
We also work with and support the activities of Resource Arizona. At the end of August, the Diaper Drive will kick off. More information to come.
Sponsor: Dr. Shaw
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS
The Battle of the Books is a reading incentive program that will be used for students in grades 6-8. Students read books and come together usually in groups to demonstrate their abilities and to test their knowledge of the books from a predetermined list. The student competitions are similar to the TV series Family Feud or Whiz Kids. Students will have opportunities to meet with teachers, parents, and community members in book clubs to discuss the books prior to competition. The aim is to support students in their love and discovery for reading by introducing them to quality literature, to offer books that build upon historical values and the dignity of life, and to develop friendships between students based upon socialization, competition, and mutual respect.
RVMS Battle of the Books will meet every Wednesday in Mrs. Finn’s room from 2:50-4:15. Contact Mrs. Finn for more information.
COMIC BOOK CLUB
FANTASY FOOTBALL CLUB
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business. FBLA members will develop leadership skills, have the opportunity to participate in academic competitions, work in community service projects and attend State Conferences. Join us on Tuesdays in Mr. Cannady’s room for more information.
Sponsor: Mr. Cannady
Kindness Club meets on Tuesdays and collaborates with other community outreach clubs such as Optimist, STUCO, and NJHS. We spread kindness and messages about how to be kind, how to follow the ACT statement. We also have a lot of fun together! Sponsor: Mrs. Dominice.
We are excited to begin a new year for the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). Our first meeting will be held on Thursday, August 3rd at 3:00 in Mrs. Faoro’s room. Our meetings will be held twice a month, usually every other Thursday. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Velasco or Mrs. Hale.
Percussion Club is available to any student that is currently enrolled in Orchestra, Band, or Choir. This club contains supplementary music education that is presented through the use of percussion equipment. Students perform for various events through the school year and continuous attendance is required.
NOTE: Students not currently enrolled in an RVMS music program cannot participate.
Sponsor: Mr. Hughes
YEARBOOK AND PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
Attention Roadrunners! Have you ever wanted to help write the history of your school, or take pictures of important school events? At RVMS Yearbook and Photography Club you will have the opportunity to work with a talented team of students to produce a high quality yearbook for everyone to enjoy. Our first meeting for Yearbook and Photography Club will be on Tuesday, August 8th in Room 1312. Our meetings will run from 2:50-4:15. See you there, Roadrunners!