- After School Chorus - For Band and Orchestra Members Only
- Acceptance Club
- Art Club
- Battle of the Books
- Game Club
- Fishing Club
- Garden Club
- Jazz Band
- Math Team
- Newspaper Club
- Pep Club
- Scholastic Bowl
- Science Club
- Science Olympiad
- Sew What Club
- Solo & Ensemble
- Spring Musical
- 6th Grade Book Club
- Student Council
- Tech Club
- TRY (Teens Reaching Youth)
|Acceptance Club's purpose is to understand who we are and who other are in order to honor human dignity and create authentically inclusive spaces|
|Meets: Thursdays 2:40-3:30|
|Start Date: Thursday September 14|
|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.|
|Meets: Mondays after school in the art room (Room 805) from 2:45-3:30pm|
|Start Date: Monday, October 2nd|
Do you enjoy reading for FUN?
Students will read books from the 2024 Rebecca Caudill Collection and have discussions with their team.
They will also compete for a Championship.
Meetings will be held in the Library during the students lunch time.
Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Tuesday, October 17, 2023
Tuesday, November 14, 2023
Tuesday, December 12, 2023
Tuesday, January 9th, 2024
Tuesday, February 6, 2024
Tuesday, March 5, 2024
Competition Dates are TBD
Start Date: Introductory Meeting on Tuesday, September 19th during Lunch in the Library
|MSN Broadcasting is a school news video club that reports the important weekly announcements and various happenings around Middle School North. Students learn to film, edit and share a professional style weekly broadcast which will be shown schoolwide during advisory. Interested students can sign up for on-air (newscast anchors, feature creators, interviewers, etc.) or behind the scenes (editors, production crew) positions.|
|Start Date: TBD ( Mid-October )|
|Yes, you can bring your fishing rods to school!
Yes, We are fishing at Big Bear!
No, you do not need to have a fishing rod!
Having a Bike and or Helmet is suggested
We will meet the following days after school until 4:30pm
Tuesday September 12
Monday September 18
Tuesday, September 27
Thursday, September 28
Tuesday, October 3
Thursday, October 5
Tuesday, October 10
2 Day fishing Tournament TBD
|Start Date: Tuesday September 12|
|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.|
|Meets: Garden club is blooming on Mondays in the 8th grade pod. We meet all school year.|
|Start Date: October 2, 2023|
|This ensemble is open to any Band/Orchestra/Choir students interested in studying and performing Jazz music. Our concerts throughout the year will feature blues, swing, Latin, and rock. Students will practice improvisation and learn the history of Jazz!|
Meets: Mondays and Wednesdays
|Start Date: Wednesday September 6|
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.
|Start Date: Tuesday, October 17th|
|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!|
Coach: Ms. Chavez
Asst. Coach: Ms. Block
|Meets: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:20-3:20pm|
|Start Date: Tuesday January 9, 2024|
|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.
|Meets: Thursdays at 2:45-3:45 pm|
|Start Date: Thursday, October 26|
Do you love science? Then this is the club for you!
The Hawthorn Middle North AWARD winning Science Olympiad is ready to begin the 2023-2024 season! Any student 6th, 7th and 8th grade who has a passion for Science can participate. Students need to maintain good grades throughout the school year.
If you are interested in joining Science Olympiad this year, please try to fill out this form by 08/30.
Parent information night at MSN Cafeteria Monday, Sept 11th, from 6:30 pm - 7:15 pm. For those interested in Science Olympiad, tryouts will be on Friday, Sept 15th. More information on tryouts will be given at Parent meeting
|Ms. Shital Sabharwal|
|Website coming soon|
|Start Date: September 15|
|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.|
|Meets: Tuesday 2:45-3:30pm|
|Start Date: October 3rd|
|Solo & Ensemble Contest is open to any Band/Orchestra/Choir students interested in performing music as an individual soloist or as part of a small ensemble (duet, trio, quartet). Students will register and select music in the fall, rehearse during the winter, and perform at the Solo & Ensemble Contest in February.|
|Start Date: T.B.D.|
|Performance Date: T.B.D.|
|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!|
|Ms. Repkin and Ms. O'Connor|
|Meets: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays 2:30-4:15|
|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!|
|Meets: Last Thurs. of every Month 11:10-11:50 a.m.|
|This year, tech club members will learn how to use various software and tech equipment in order to create 2D animation, stop motion animation, video projects, digital photography, and game development. A schedule of the specific project descriptions will be presented at the first meeting.|
|Start Date: TBD (Mid-October)|
|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 & Ms. Davalos|
|Meets: Weekly during lunch|
|Start Date: T.B.D.|
|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.|
|Mr. Matuch & Mrs. Stahl|
|Meets: Tuesdays 2:45-3:30|
|Start Date: October 10th|