Tyee After-School Activities/Clubs, PTSA Volunteer Opportunities Tyee Family
Tyee After-School Activities/Clubs, PTSA Volunteer Opportunities Tyee Family University June 5, 2019 Agenda Welcome & Introductions Overview Associated Student Body (ASB) Clubs Jubilee Reach Sports PTSA Clubs Volunteer with PTSA Presentation from Tyee PTSA Competition Math Club After-School Activities Overview There are three organizations that run after-school activities at Tyee: Associated Student Body (ASB) (Tyee Middle School) Jubilee REACH (nonprofit organization that partners with Bellevue School District to provide clubs and activities for middle school students) Tyee PTSA (nonprofit organization that partners with Tyee Middle School to support Tyee students, teachers, and staff) The organizations generally try to provide complementary (not competing) activity options The following may differ depending on which organization is running the activity: Timing of activity Registration process & fees Requirements for the club/sport
School Schedule* Description Class Time (Periods 1 7) Tutorial Time Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:15 am 3:00 pm Wednesday 3:05 3:35 pm N/A Activity Time (for ASB 3:40 4:25 pm & Jubilee) PTSA Clubs Varies, but clubs start no earlier than 4:35 pm * Assumes 2019-20 bell schedule is the same as 2018-19 8:15 am 1:50 pm No clubs meet Possible games for
Jubilee N/A Organizer Jubilee Sports Jubilee REACH Logistics at a Glance ASB Clubs Tyee Middle School PTSA Clubs Tyee PTSA Description No cut athletics. Different sports are offered each session. Run by Jubilee staff. Clubs driven by student interest. 1 or more sessions long. Some have limited capacity. Teacher advisors. Clubs sponsored by PTSA. Run by parents, sometimes with high school or outside coaches. When Does
Sport/Club Meet? Practices on Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs & Fri, 3:40 4:25 pm Games on Wednesdays Depends on club, start *no earlier* than 4:35 pm. Activity Bus Available? Activity bus available Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri Parents provide transportation home on Wed (game days) Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, 3:40 4:25 pm. No clubs on Wednesdays. Day(s) of the week depend on club. Activity bus available Mon, Tues, Thurs, & Fri. Fees & ASB card ($10/year) is Requirements encouraged but not required.
Must attend tutorial before activity. ASB card ($10/year) required Must attend tutorial before activity. Fees depend on the club How to register Final Forms (new process starting fall 2019). New list of clubs available before each session. Depends on club Final Forms (new process starting fall 2019) No bus provided, families need to provide transportation home (and possibly to club, if it starts later in evening). If meeting starts at 4:35 pm and student is staying at school, student must attend ASB club beforehand.
Jubilee Reach Sports 2019-20 Session #1 (Fall) (early September early November) Boys & Girls Soccer Session #2 (Winter 1) (mid November late January) Boys & Girls Flag Football Boys & Girls CrossCountry Session #3 (Winter 2) (late January late March) Sports Club* Session #4 (Spring) (late March late May) Board Game Club* Boys & Girls Soccer Boys & Girls Basketball Girls Golf Girls Golf
Contacts: - Coach Ed, [email protected] - Coach Jen, [email protected] http://www.jubileereach.org *final clubs TBD based on student interest ASB Clubs 2018-19 EXAMPLES* *Clubs for 2019-20 will depend on student interest and initiative. Lists will be posted at school & website. Session #1 (early Sept. early Nov.) Study Hall Yearbook Chinese Culture Club QSA (Queer/Straight Alliance) Clay Club Creative Club Tennis Club Newspaper Club STEM Club for Girls Jazz Club Future Problem Solvers SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) Session #2
(mid Nov. late Jan.) Badminton Homework Club Yearbook Chinese Culture Club Japanese Culture Club QSA (Queer/Straight Alliance) WEB Leaders Creative Club Jazz Club Robotics STEM Club for Girls Newspaper Club Harry Potter Club Future Problem Solvers SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) Pokemon & Beyblade Club Session #3 (late Jan. late Mar.) Boys & Girls Volleyball Maker Club Yearbook Chinese Culture Club Study Hall Jazz Club Creative Club Future Problem Solvers
SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) Newspaper Club Clay Club STEM Club for Girls QSA (Queer/Straight Alliance) Harry Potter Club Japanese Art Club Game Design/Coding Club Debate Club Session #4 (late Mar. late May) Study Hall Maker Club Yearbook Chinese Culture Club Jazz Club Creative Club Future Problem Solvers SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) Newspaper Club Clay Club KPOP Club STEM Club for Girls QSA (Queer/Straight Alliance) Harry Potter Club
Japanese Art Club Game Design/Coding Club Debate Club PTSA Clubs Competition Math Python Bytes (coding) Robotics Club Science Bowl Club Competition Coding Club Meets in fall, several times per week. More meetings after fall, depending on competition results. Meets every week during school year. New for 2019-20. Being formed. Club Meets every week
during school year. Meets every week during school year. Aims to foster students interest in mathematics though preparing for and participating in various local, regional, and national math competitions. Coding club includes both Basic and Intermediate Python coding. Parent info session in September 2019 (date TBD). Contact: Annie Zhu, [email protected] Contact: Nelson Ngan & Tracy Chen, [email protected]
Parent info session in September 2019 (date TBD). Students study on various topics and compete in local competitions. Students form teams which compete at local competitions. Parent info session in September 2019 (date Parent info session in TBD). September 2019 (date TBD). Contact: Lily Yin & Ruiji Huang, Contact: Jenny Ma, [email protected][email protected] Have a new club or activity idea? Students can create their own ASB club. ASB clubs must:
be student run have 12 guaranteed members form a Constitution and by laws - approved by ASB and Tyee office ASB clubs may not coincide with one another Students can pick up a new club creation form from Arum Schut in the front office. Connie Wusterbarth is in charge of Tyee activities and oversees the new club application process. Parents can create their own Tyee PTSA club Contact [email protected] for more information. PTSA Volunteer Opportunities Open Chair positions 2019-20: Volunteer Coordinator Student Directory Advocacy Membership Musical Walkabout Program Co-Chair Book Fair Co-Chair Spiritwear Field Trip Used Music Uniform Sale Year-End Awards Family Outreach
Cyber Safety Fill out our volunteer interest sheet or email for more info ([email protected]) Volunteers are required to complete a BSD background check: https://bsd405.org/get-involved/volunteer/volunteer/ Tyee Competition Math Club 2019-2020 What is Competition Math Club? Goal: Tyee Competition Math Club aims to foster interest in mathematics through preparing and participating various math competitions. Meetings: Once a week after school. (In 2018-2019 we met on Fridays, 4:30-5:45 pm) Schedule for 2019-2020 is TBD. Class Size: 15-20 students per class (6 classes in 2018-19; subject to change) Coaches: Mostly taught by Newport High School students with some parent volunteers What is Competition Math Club? (Continued) Participation Fee: $70 (subject to change), which includes math competition fee, pizza at external competitions, and t-shirt. Lecture notes and homework are provided each week. Attendance, homework submission and competition participation are encouraged by a point system. Points are used for the auction at the End of Year party. Math Competitions: AMC 8, AMC 10, AIME, Math Is Cool,
MathCounts, KPMT, WSMC, Math Olympiad Parent volunteer participation is required. 2018-2019 Accomplishments Third place for team competition in MathCounts State Third place for team competition in Math Is Cool State (6th grade) First place for team competition in Math Is Cool State (7th grade) Third place for team competition in Math Is Cool State (8th grade) Five students qualified for AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examination) Thank you! Any questions? Email: [email protected]
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