Extracurricular Activities

Activities - Non-sport are many and vary each year depending on funding. They are offered before during and after school. Examples include: National Junior Honor Society, Technology groups, Spelling Bee, Battle of the Books, Geography Bee, Jazz Band, etc. A participation form must be signed by the parents and on file for those activities that occur before or after school.

Activities - Sports are available throughout the school year as funding permits. All practices are from 4:15-5:45 daily. Participants must have rides arranged ahead of time so they will be picked up with in 15 minutes of the activities ending time. Sports having competitions with other schools will have a schedule of games, which generally last until 7:00 or later. Usually offered are Cross Country Running, Soccer, Wrestling, Volleyball (girls only), Cross Country Skiing, Basketball, and Track and Field. Required paper work includes a participation form signed by a parent, a current physical form, and for some sports a fee paid. Student spectators may NOT attend sporting events without parental supervision.

Assemblies are planned throughout the year. Student behavior during these assemblies is extremely important and will determine the frequency of such enrichment opportunities. Any misbehavior/disrespect during an assembly may result in disciplinary action.

Dances are from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Students who are inappropriate and/or break any rules during a dance will call a parent for immediate pick up. Appropriate discipline will be applied and attendance at future activities may be denied. Dances are for Clark students only. Once you leave the dance, you may not return. Students must be picked up by 4:45 p.m..

National Junior Honor Society Clark's chapter of NJHS is open for membership to students in grades 6, 7 and 8 who have spent one semester at Clark and have a grade point average of 3.5 and above, and who have demonstrated qualities in citizenship, service, leadership, and character, consistent with national guidelines. Students are reminded that discipline problems reflect personal qualities that are inconsistent with the membership requirements of NJHS.