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1 DANIEL WRIGHT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Co-Curricular Directory Athletics, Activities & Clubs

2 FALL INTERSCHOLASTIC SPORTS CROSS COUNTRY Grades: 6, 7, & 8 Season: August October Members: Boys & Girls This sport is open to all students interested in long distance running. Emphasis is placed on conditioning and running on different types of terrain. Competitive meets will be held with schools from the area along with any invitational being hosted by area schools. Practices begin in late August; there are no tryouts. GIRLS BASKETBALL Grades: 7 & 8 Season: August October Members: Girls Only This sport is open to all girls who want to participate in a competitive team sport that teaches basketball skills and strategies, with an emphasis on the value of teamwork. Tryouts begin in late August. SOCCER Grades: 7 & 8 Season: August October Members: Co-Ed Teams This sport is open to all interested students in the seventh and eighth grades. The purpose of the team is to develop and improve soccer skills. Students will compete against teams in our area. Tryouts are held in late August. BOYS BASKETBALL WINTER INTERSCHOLASTIC SPORTS Grades: 7 & 8 Season: November January Members: Boys only Boys participating in basketball will develop skills, sportsmanship and team concept. Boys will play a competitive schedule including games and tournaments with schools from the surrounding area. Tryouts are held in late October. CHEERLEADING Grades: 7 & 8 Season: November January Members: Girls only This sport is open to all girls who enjoy creating school spirit with skills in basic gymnastics, loud voice, clarity, and precision of movement. Students will cheer at home basketball games and competitions. Tryouts are held in late October. POM PONS Grades: 7 & 8 Season: November January Members: Girls only This sport is open to girls who enjoy creating school spirit with skills in precision of movement, dance, and imaginative routines. Students perform at home basketball games and competitions. Tryouts are held in late October. 2

3 WRESTLING Grades: 5, 6, 7 & 8 Season: January March Members: Boys & Girls Students will develop skills, which will allow them to wrestle other students in the same weight class. Wrestlers will participate in the IESA State Wrestling series in early March as well as individual/dual meets. Wrestling practices begin in early December; there are no tryouts. SCHOLASTIC BOWL SPRING INTERSCHOLASTIC SPORTS Grades: 6, 7 & 8 Season: January - April Members: Boys & Girls This team combines trivia and academic know-how to compete with schools in matches of the mind. Students apply their math, language, science, and social studies knowledge to answer questions and solve problems in a competitive format. Tryouts are held in December. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Grades: 7 & 8 Season: January March Members: Girls only This sport is open to all girls interested in improving their volleyball skills and participating in a competitive atmosphere against schools in our area. Emphasis is placed on team play. Tryouts are held in mid-january. BOYS VOLLEYBALL Grades: 7 & 8 Season: April May Members: Boys only This sport is open to all boys interested in improving their volleyball skills. Emphasis is placed on team play. Competitive games will be held with schools from the area. Tryouts are held in mid-march. TRACK & FIELD Grades: 6, 7 & 8 Season: April May Members: Boys & Girls This is an individual sport for students interested in running sprints, middle or long distances, or competing in field events (high jump, long jump, shot put, or discus). Students have an opportunity to develop skills in various events. There will be track meets scheduled against schools in our area with Stevenson High School hosting a meet at the end of the season. Qualifiers may participate in the IESA regional, sectional, and state meets. Practices begin after Spring Break; there are no tryouts. 3

4 THE BATTLE OF THE BOOKS DANIEL WRIGHT ACTIVITIES Grades 5, 6, 7, 8 Season: October April Members: Boys & Girls Students read current Rebecca Caudill award-nominated books and participate in a reading competition with area schools. Additional information can be found on the Daniel Wright Library webpage. JAZZ BAND Grades: 6, 7 & 8 Season: October - May Members: Boys & Girls Jazz band is open to students in the band program who can demonstrate a comfortable level of proficiency, through an audition, to fill the necessary instrumentation. We will play several evening concerts and occasional school gigs. Jazz band meets Mondays after school from 2:45-4:00 pm. MATH TEAM - 6 th Grade: 6 Season: October March Members: Boys & Girls This team is open to students who want to participate in team and individual mathematic contests. We will spend time practicing math skills, solving problems, and participating in a variety of competitions. The team practices will be designated in September. MATH TEAM 7 th & 8 th Grades: 7 & 8 Season: October March Members: Boys & Girls This team is open to students who want to participate in team and individual mathematic contests. We will spend time practicing math skills, solving problems, and participating in a variety of competitions. The team practices will be designated in September. MUSIC Band, Orchestra, & Chorus Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8 Season: September May Members: Boys & Girls The music groups are open to all students who are interested in working together in an ensemble, using teamwork, discipline and concentration, to advance their personal achievement and expression through music. Students learn the skills necessary for independent music reading, discover various genres of music, and enjoy a positive, meaningful ensemble experience. MUSICAL Grades: 5, 6, 7 & 8 Season: February May Members: Boys & Girls Students act, sing, and dance their way to a production of a school musical. Auditions are held in January. 4

5 NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY (NJHS) Grade: 8 Season: Yearlong Members: Boys & Girls This organization is open to all 8th grade students with a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or higher at the end of their 7th grade 3rd quarter. Membership is based on the student's ability to demonstrate the qualities of character, citizenship, leadership, service and academic scholarship. Students will perform service projects inside the school and in the community. Applications are submitted in the spring. NEWSPAPER Grades: 5, 6, 7 & 8 Season: Yearlong Members: Boys & Girls Students serve as reporters, creative writers, illustrators, designers, and editors to produce a quarterly edition of a school newspaper. SCHOLASTIC BOWL Grades: 6, 7 & 8 Season: January - April Members: Boys & Girls This team combines trivia and academic know-how to compete with schools in matches of the mind. Students apply their math, language, science, and social studies knowledge to answer questions and solve problems in a competitive format. Tryouts are held in December. SCIENCE BOWL Grades: 6, 7 & 8 Season: October April Members: Boys & Girls Science Bowl, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, consists of two parts: academic and car design. The academic competition is a fast-paced question and answer session with math and science questions. A regional academic meet is held in February, and the winning team advances to the National Tournament. The second part is car design and racing. Students follow parameters for their car design. The Regional competition is usually held in April. Tryouts are held in September, with team selection in October. SCIENCE FAIR Grades: 7 & 8 Season: September May Members: Boys & Girls Students create projects demonstrating scientific ideas through experimentation. SCIENCE OLYMPIAD Grades: 6, 7 & 8 Season: September - May Members: Boys & Girls Science Olympiad consists of 23 events that incorporate academic and hands-on challenges in engineering, technology, biology, earth science, physical science, astronomy, and more. Students will participate in Varsity and Junior Varsity interscholastic competitions. Tryouts are held in September. 5

6 SHOW CHOIR Grades: 6, 7 & 8 Season: September March Members: Boys & Girls Open to Grade 6 students enrolled in chorus and all Grade 7 and 8 students. This is a performing ensemble with singing and dancing to pop and show tunes. Students learn the value of hard work and performance skills in an ensemble group. Auditions are held early in September. STUDENT COUNCIL Grades: 5, 6, 7 & 8 Season: Yearlong Members: Boys & Girls This organization acts as student government. Representatives plan school wide charitable activities, and student functions. such as Lighted Schoolhouse. WRIGHT WAY CLUB Grades: 7 & 8 Season: October May Members: Boys & Girls The Wright Way Club is for 7 th and 8 th grade students who are interested in helping to create programs for Grade 5 th and 6 th grade students about friendships, anti-bullying, and promoting tolerance and acceptance for all students. YEARBOOK Grades: 5, 6, 7 & 8 Season: Yearlong Members: Boys & Girls This activity is open to all girls and boys who would like to help create the yearbook. Students learn the basics of layout and design, take photographs, create captions, and proof final copy as they make a memory book for our school year. As of 7/29/15 6

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