|Activity / Club||Description||Sponsor Contact||Meeting Times / Days||Club Website||Start Date|
|After School Chorus- For Band and Orchestra Members Only||This is for orchestra and band students who are not able to schedule chorus during the school day.||Mrs. O’Connor||TBA||Website||
|Art Club||Art Club is for those who have a passion for visual art and want to further explore a plethora of art mediums all year round, including watercolor, acrylic paint, pastels, colored pencils, ink, clay, collage, and more. Art Club has also been asked to paint a mural on the walls of the cafeteria.||Ms. Altshuler||Mondays after school in the art room (Room 805) from 2:10-3:00||Website||October 18th|
|Battle of the Books||
Battle of the Books is for the students who enjoy reading for fun.
We will have lunch one time a month in the library to discuss the books you are reading.
A book competition will happen in the spring.
September 28, October 26, November 16, December 14, January 18, 2022, February 22, 2022, March 15, 2022
Competition dates TBD
Do you enjoy playing chess
Sew what club website: https://sewwhatclub.weebly.
Tech club: https://techclubmsn.
Newspaper Club: https://msnnewspaper.
|Mrs. Stahl||Every other Monday 2:15-3:00||October 4th|
Bring your fishing rods to school, we are fishing at Big Bear! You do not need to have a fishing rod, having a Bike is suggested!
There will be a 2 Day Fishing Tournament on September 29th and 30th!
Monday September 13th after school till 4
Monday September 20th after school till 4
Tuesday September 21st after school till 4
Thursday September 23 after school till 4
|Friday, September 10th|
|Garden Club||Members stay after school for an hour or so and enjoy learning about annuals, perennials and soil. Be a part of the outside gardening events, help care for plants at MN, and have fun.||Ms. Silvertrust||Garden club is blooming on Mondays in the 8th grade pod. We meet all school year.||September 13th|
|Jazz Band||This is for Band/Orchestra/Choir students only.
The ensemble to learn Jazz music (blues, swing, Latin, rock) and Jazz style (including improvisation)! For any band, orchestra, or chorus student. We do have openings for guitar and keyboard as well!
|Math Team||This club is for those who likes to challenge themselves with math problems and whowould love to explore different areas in math.We would participate in various online competitions and we will also reseearch and learn new topic and concepts above their grade level.
Any student from 6th to 8th grade can participate.Students need to maintain good grades throughout the year.
We compete in various online competition and also in MATHCOUNT and Carmel High School Jr Math Competition.
|Mrs. Narayanan||Thursdays, 2:30-3:15 via Zoom||Start date 10/1|
|Newspaper Club||Members of the newspaper club will cover local and school news, sports, comics, movie reviews and more. The newspaper will be published online once per trimester.||Mrs. Stahl||Every other Monday 2:15-3:00 in 801||Website||Monday, September 27th|
|Pep Club||Pep club helps to plan each pep rally. We plan what games and music to play during the pep rally.||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|Scholastic Bowl||Scholastic Bowl is a interscholastic activity that incorporates Jeopardy-style buzzers. Schools will compete in the areas of science, math, social studies, language arts, movies, music, art, and T.V. shows. If you enjoy watching Jeopardy or playing trivia, Scholastic Bowl would be perfect for you!||Ms. Chavez||TBA||TBA|
|Science Club||Science Club will be student driven.
We will explore and research topics and concepts that the students choose. There will be plenty of hands on activities. We will also use the Engineering Design Process to solve problems and build devices.
|Mrs. Neuman||Thursdays||Mid October|
Do you love science? Then this is the club for you!
The Hawthorn Middle North AWARD winning Science Olympiad is ready to begin the 2021-2022 season!Fill out this form to sign up.Any student from 6th to the 8th grade who has a passion for Science can participate. Students need to maintain good grades throughout the school year.
|Sew What Club||Do you love to craft?? Each week we do different projects that engage, inspire and are fun to do! Some project take several weeks. Many projects are free while others have a small fee and still others require materials to be brought in.||Ms. Altshuler
|Tuesdays after school in the Art room (Room 805) from 2:15-3:00||Website||October 19th|
|6th Grade Book Club||Do you love reading? Members of 6th grade book club choose 1 book to read/month, read it independently, and then we meet during lunch on the last Thursday of every Month. At these meetings, we eat & chat about our favorite characters, parts, and complete different discussion and web activities based on the story!||Miss Codell||Last Thurs. of every Month 11:10-11:50 a.m.||N/A||10/29/2020 – 3/29/2021|
|Spring Musical- Set Painting||Showcase your theatrical talents in this years musical! Students will audition and have the opportunity to participate on-stage or back-stage, collaborating together to create a lively production that demonstrates MSN students’ singing, acting, and dancing skills!||Miss Codell||Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays 3:00-4:30/5:00||Website||Mandatory Audition Workshop on Feb. 19 @3:00 p.m.
Audition videos due Feb. 26 @ 3:00 p.m.
Rehearsals begin Monday Mar. 1 @3:00 p.m.
|Student Council||Student Council elected representatives and officers make several decisions regarding the school climate, including fun days, fund-raisers and special events.||Mrs. Harris
7:15 am every other Wednesday
|Tech Club||Tech Club members will have the opportunity to work on a variety of different projects this year. Students will have opportunities to explore software or programs that they are interested in or cannot have access to at home.||Mrs. Stahl||Thursdays from 2:15-3:00 in Room 801||Website||October 7th|
|TRY (Teens Reaching Youth)||TRY (Teens Reaching Youth) is a leadership group sponsored by the Hawthorn Middle School North social workers. The group consists of boys and girls (six seventh graders and twelve eighth graders) who have been recommended by teachers and administrators. The TRY students have been identified as having strong leadership, academic and social skills, as well as exceptional understanding and use of the four c’s; critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity. TRY students participate in leadership training and have unique opportunities to implement their skills throughout the school year.||Mr. Van or
|Weekly during lunch||August 16th|
|Yearbook||Capture the Middle North experiences by creating a Yearbook. You will be responsible for taking pictures, creating layouts, and producing the book that shares memories and activities happening at Middle North. Come work on our committee independently and in small groups.||Mrs. Serlin or
|7:00 - 7:30am on Tuesday mornings in Mrs. Hoffman's room (321)||Website||September 14th|