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Crispell Middle School Clubs

Crispell Middle School is offering the following club and activities to students in the 2023-2024 school year:


Activity ClubMeets each Tuesday; gym/outside.  Do you love to play sports? If so, Activity Club is the club for you! There will be different sports activities throughout the year, depending on the number of students signing up.  Get permission slips from your PE teacher and return to Ms. Caccioppoli or Ms. Filippone as soon as possible. Emma Caccioppoli, Taylor Filippone

Art Club – Meets each Wednesday; room 132. Art club is for anyone who wants to explore and refine their creativity and artistic practice. Students will have free choice and may work independently or collaboratively. You do not need to have skill or talent to join, just an interest and desire to experience more art. Tara Bruyn 

Coding ClubMeets every Thursday; Tech. The coding club is a place to take your interest in technology and turn it into a productive skill. It is designed for students  of any level who want to try out coding. The coding club is a fun way to learn to code in a social, after-school setting. Come learn how to code and work on your perseverance! Kevin Zawacki

Drama ClubThe club meets Monday, Tuesday, Thursday during production; Room 201 or Band Room.  All students will not need to be there every day.  We need actors/actresses and stage crew.  The club might meet on additional days as the play approaches. Emma Caccioppoli, Keith Bishof, Ralph Wagner. 

Interact ClubMeets on Tuesdays; Room 130. We are a school/community-based club that exists in over 140 countries and was started through Rotary in 1962. Our mission statement is “Service Above Self.” We aim to organize and support projects to serve the communities around us and the globe.  Laura VanVoorhis

Media ClubMeets on Wednesdays; Room 126 or Room 231. We plan, create and edit video projects for Crispell’s video announcements which are shared with the school each Friday morning. If you are interested in learning more about filming, editing and writing, join us this year! All equipment and software is provided. Melissa Prendys, Kathryn Green

Multi-Cultural/Diversity ClubMeets on Tuesdays; Room 233. Our goal is to inform and educate about various cultures through events and exposure. Helen Fitzgibbons

National Junior Honor SocietyMeetings to be determined. Click here for information about the National Junior Honor Society. Shannon Meland, Stephen Charchan 

Odyssey of the MindMeetings to be determined. Odyssey of the Mind teaches students how to develop and use their natural creativity to become problem-solvers. Imagine being faced with a problem that requires an original solution. It can be frightening. Now imagine not being afraid to solve that problem – that is what OM members learn.  Dawn Bedell

STEAM ClubMeets on Wednesdays; Tech. This is a tech-based club focusing on science, technology, engineering, art and math. Russell Hennig 

Student CouncilMeets on Thursdays; Room 233. This club offers students the opportunity to brainstorm, organize and participate in various activities that boost school spirit and build positive relationships with our community (i.e., activity days, fundraising, dances, collections for our community, etc.).  Helen Fitzgibbons, Stacey Mark

Students Making A DifferenceMeets on Tuesdays; Room 135. This is a club for students who want leadership opportunities and are looking to make a difference in the community. The members decide the mission for the year, and they work to spread their mission. Activities include canned food drives, fundraising, volunteering with the American Legion and more. This club is looking for students who are eager to make a difference!  Allison Peifer.

Yearbook Club – Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesdays; Library. Members help take pictures during school hours and design the Crispell Middle School yearbook. Students will receive training and must be able to work independently. All work is done on the computer.  Lisa Ruyack

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Drama Activity Art Coding
Drama Media Drama
Interact STEAM Student Council
MCDC Yearbook
Pine Bush Central School District
State Route 302, Pine Bush, NY 12566
Phone: (845) 744-2031
Fax: (845) 744-6189
Brian Dunn
Superintendent of Schools
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