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After School Clubs

 

2017-2018 DaVinci Academy
After School Clubs & Activities


Little DaVinci (L) 2221 Grant | Middle DaVinci (M) 215 22nd | Big DaVinci (B) 2203 Grant

Club Name and Description

Advisor Name & Phone

Location

Meeting Times and Days

Karate

Jeremy Heath

jeremy@
jeremyheathinsurance.com

L Gym

Monday and Wednesday

Elementary: 3:30p - 5:00p

Junior High/HS: 5:00p - 6:00p

$4.00 per class payable to Mr. Heath

YMCA Grades K-6 Little DaVinci


 

Jaden Jackson

jjackson@ymcasaltlake.org


 

L 2


 

Mondays-Fridays

3:10p - 6:00p

Chess Club

Mr. Simonson

(801) 409-0731

116 B

Thursdays

3:00p - 4:00p

American Sign Language Club

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Mr. Stephenson

(801) 409-0667

217 B

Wednesdays

3:00p - 3:45p

Yu-Gi-Oh! Club

Ms. Crowley

(801) 409-0727

314 B

Tuesdays

3:05p - 4:00p

Fantastic Lit

Mr. Froerer

logan.froerer@davinciacademy.org

117 B

 

Art Club

Mrs. Hetland

(801) 409-0713

119 B

 

Tuesdays

3:15p - 4:15p

Girl Scouts

Ms. Murray

lamurray74@gmail.com

Gym M

Grades K-3: 1:00pm every other Friday

Grades 5-6: 2:00pm every other Friday

Boy Scouts

Mrs. Garcia

kammy219@gmail.com

Gym M

Every other Friday

1:00p - 2:00p

GSA Club

Ms. Herland

(801) 409-0709

104 B

Wednesdays

3:15p - 4:15p

Magic Club

Mr. Figueira

(801) 409-0709

305 B

Tuesdays
3:15p - 5:00p

Pokemon Club

Mr. Marshall

(801) 409-0663

122 B

Wednesdays

3:00p - 4:00p

Hope Squad

Mrs. Brown & Mrs. Harger

(801) 409-0714

Counseling Office B

Tuesdays during advisory

11:20a - 12:00p

Lit Mag

Mr. Lemon

(801) 409-0670

115 B

Tuesdays

3:15p - 4:00p

Student Government

Mr. Goggi

801-409-0661

313 B

Thursdays

3:15p - 4:00p

National Honor Society

Mrs. Rosenlund

801-409-0717

110 B

Thursdays

HS Lunch

Student Council

Mrs. Harger

801-409-0672

Counseling Office B

Thursdays

3:00p - 3:30p

Bookworms Unite! (Book Club)

Ms. Walker

library@davinciacademy.org

Library B

2x month on Thursdays

3:15p to 4:00p

STEM FOCUS CLUBS

Club Name and Description

Advisor(s) & Phone

Location

Meeting Times and Days

              First Lego League

                For grades 3-9.  
Building and competing in lego robotics.









 
 

Mrs. Neal

801 409-0725











 
 

3 L













 
 

All days  times are 3:30-4:30

Tuesdays:

DaVinci Team 1

Wednesdays :

DaVinci Team 2

Thursdays:

DaVinci Team 3




 

Envirothon:

Environmental competitions where groups of 5 (alternate makes 6) test in different areas of ecology with an addition of a current issue(9-12).

 

 

Mrs.Neal & Ms. Roberts

801-409-0703

102 B

Mondays

3:30-5:00 p.m.

Science Fair  

Plan and compete in school science fair(9-12)

Mrs. Neal

801-409-0725

315 B

On going and as needed

Math Counts(7-12)

Math solving games and activities

 

 

Ms. Balaich & Mr.Simonson

801-409-0662

114 B

Tuesdays: 3:30-4:30

Fridays: 1:00-2:00

Academic Pentathlon:

6th, 7th, and 8th grade students explore ways that math, science, social science, fine arts and literature connect to Africa, and compete at both regional and national competitions.

 

 

Mr. Coverstone

801-409-0662

118 B

Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3:10-4:00pm

Technology Student Association (TSA).

All 7th grade students are members but it is open to 7-12. State Competition in March and Nationals are in June. Several different types of projects can be done for competition. Go to this Website to see projects on both the  middle school and high school level: http://www.tsaweb.org/

 

 

              Ms. Seneff

801-409-0675

            109 B



 

Starts Sept 19. Tuesdays 3:15 -  4:00-5:00

Involvement in different projects will determine how late we stay on Tuesdays.

Competitions are in the middle of March including VRC & IQ Robotics.

DaVinci RoboDragons

High school teams (9-12) - VEX VRC and Middle school teams (7-8)VEX IQ. Students build and code robots for competition. There are several local competitions that culminate in a state championship and Worlds. Competitions include skills, alliances, autonomous robot coding, engineering notebook, and STEM Science. See Website: www.vexrobotics.com

 

 

Mr. McLaughlin

801-409-0753

316 B

Meets Wednesday 3:30 - 5:00. Starts in September There are several competitions that are usually on a Saturday.

Green Dragons Conservation Club - Continue to compete to win the platinum Utah Green School award with yearly projects in four different categories: Sustainable facilities, practices, community involvement and education. If you care about the environment and affecting change at school, come join us!

 

 

Ms. Herland 801-409-0728

            104 B

 

Meets Mondays         3:30 - 4:30 pm.

Photography Club

Meets weekly to explore photographic techniques and technology. Support other after school activities with photography. Field trips and career information about photography-related jobs.

Adam Figueira

801-409-0732

305 B

Monday

3:10-4:00

 

 

ECO Challenge

Students address real world environmental challenges on both local and global scales


 

                       Stage Crew

Supports DASA theatrical productions, concerts, film productions, and other events with lighting, sound, set construction, etc. Supports stage crew class, but enrollment in class is not necessary for club membership.

 

 

Mrs.Neal






 

Adam Figueira

801-409-0732

315 B







 

305 B

As needed for coordination






 

Thursdays 3:30 - 5:00

Cyber Patriot

Is the premier national youth cyber education program created to inspire students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation’s future. Northrop Grumman Foundation is the presenting sponsor.

 

 

Mrs. Gray

801-409-0738

106 B

Mondays 3:30-5:00 pm. The study schedule increases as the year goes by and the competitions grow closer.  The first competition is online at the school.

Academic Decathlon

Students study material on the topic selected by the United States Academic Decathlon national office for the year.  This year’s topic is WWII.  Students work to obtain mastery in the following areas:

Social Science, Math, Science, Art

Music, Economics, and Literature

Students also develop skills in the following performance areas:

Speech/impromptu

Interview

 

 

Team America Rocketry Challenge

TARC

Build and launch rockets to prepare for statewide competitions.

 

 

 

Mrs. Davis

801-409-0724











 

Mr. Gray

801-409-

 

105 B













 

107 B

The study schedule increases as the year goes by and the competitions grow closer.  In September, we will meet two Friday afternoons a month.  In October, we will add Saturday study sessions.

 

Mondays and Wednesdays 3:15-4:00

Spring competition





 

   Mondays 3:15-4:00 some Saturdays for         launches as the season progresses.

Creator Academy

Ever wanted to start a YouTube channel? Get help with your content, promotion, and all the other issues involved in 21st century social media creation.

 

 

Mr. Figueira

801-409-0732

305B

Wednesdays

3:15-4:30

Fearless Females

Get exposure to STEM related careers as well as male-dominated careers by listening to prominent female speakers from fields such as political science, quality assurance, science, math and more. We’d like to also expose girls to STEM related majors in college.

Mrs. Medellin

801-409-0718

208B

Wednesdays

3:15-4:15

 

 

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