At Reeds Brook, we have a number of after school clubs available to students on a drop in basis.
Students who wish to participate are able to take the late buses home as clubs usually end at 3pm. Students who plan to stay MUST sign up in the office before 12:00 on that day.
Role Playing Games will be meeting on Thursdays this year from 2-3:00. Students can take the late bus home. Students play imaginative games such as Dungeon and Dragons, Pokemon and others. There is no commitment to come every time, students may come one week and not the next. Students who plan to stay MUST sign up in the office before 12:00 on that day.
Back by popular demand, Chess club has finally arrived!!! Chess players of all levels, beginners to grand masters, are welcome to this drop in group. There is no requirement to make all the dates, so come in as you are able and enjoy some stimulating strategic game play with Mr. Bishop and fellow classmates. Chess Club will be meeting on Mondays from 2 pm until 3 pm. Chess Team meetings are scheduled for (Saturdays) January 11, January 25, February 8, February 22, and February 28, 2020.
Supervised by our art teacher, Mrs. Hanson, students will explore their creative side with multiple projects. Ms. Hanson will be teaching the students how to use various mediums to create their own masterpieces. The club will meet on a rotating basis. Students will be able to take the late bus home.
Join Mr. Beckwith after school to play games with friends, explore coding, program robots, make movies, or anything else constructive and creative. Coming soon to a middle school near you!
Civil Rights Club
The Civil Rights Team is made up of 6th, 7th and 8th grade students and lead by Mrs. Field and Mrs. Freeman. The mission of the Civil Rights Team Project, which is run by the Maine office of the Attorney General, is to increase the safety of elementary, middle and high schools across Maine by reducing bias motivated behaviors and harassment in schools. As a member of the Civil Rights Team at Reeds Brook, students help our school to think and talk about issues related to race and skin color, national origin and ancestry, religion, disabilities, gender (including gender identity and expression) and sexual orientation. Anyone at our school can be a member. Meetings are held after school on Thursdays from 2-3 in Mrs. Freeman’s room and students may take the late bus home. Direct questions to Mrs. Freeman or Mrs. Field. Additional information can be picked up in the office.