Mesa Clubs & Groups
Mesa Clubs and Groups 2017-2018
Color Guard Club
The Mesa Middle School Color Guard students learn the basic fundamentals of color guard. Through this club they will learn beginning dance techniques, how to spin, toss, and catch flags along with other auxiliary equipment as they keep time to music.
Color Guard is 1st semester only. We will meet on Fridays in the commons from . The cost is $30 which helps cover equipment, props, and supplies.
A waiver signed by parents or guardians is required before a student is allowed to participate. You can pick up a waiver in the front office or on the color guard website.
Please see our website for more information:
Color Guard Website
Sponsor: Sharie Heth
Date: September 7th -December 7th;
Meeting Place: E204 / Commons
Winter Guard Club
Sponsor: Sharie Heth
Date: January 8th - April 7th, 2018
Day(s): Monday, Wednesday and Fridays
Time: 3:00 - 6:00pm
Meeting Place: Commons
Sponsor: Missy Knox
Day(s): Most Mondays & Wednesdays
Price: The Team fee is $40.00 but this includes a cheer/dance performance shirt
Meeting Place: Choir room most days (Library on days when Choir room is unavailable)
See Mr. J's Website for Audition Information
Actors and Tech Ninjas have the chance to audition for Black and Gold Theatre's Fall Play and Spring Musical! Find out more information on Mr. Jaramillo's Website (http://tinyurl.com/
Meets Mondays, 2:50pm - 4:50pm in the Drama Room E107
Sponsor: Mr. J
Thespian Club meets on Mondays and anyone can join! In Thespian Club, you will play games, work with others in fun performances, learn about performing for an audience, create characters, and grow as actors and technicians. Students in Thespians Club have many opportunities to perform and participate in Theatre Events throughout the semester, including coaching with professionals. Students in Thespians have the opportunity to sign up for and attend the Colorado State Thespian Conference in December! Those who elect to perform at the Colorado State Thespian Conference can qualify to attend the National Junior Thespian Conference, as well!
Students inducted into the National Jr. Honor Society in March 2014 register here to participate in Mesa's charter of NJHS.
Sponsor: Kendall Kreiser
Day(s): 1st and 3rd Wed of the month
Meeting Place: A204
Project Unify gives students opportunities to hang out with students with special needs. We play unified soccer and basketball, as well as have awesome parties. Our club focuses on including ALL students in the everyday life of a teenager. Special Olympics Project Unify is a school-based program that uses sports and leadership programs to develop school community. Everyone is welcome.
Sponsor: Mary Caricato
Day(s): During club time on Fridays
Meeting Place: B106
Day(s): Mon. - Fri.
Time: 2:45 - 4:00
Our mission is to provide the highest quality evidence-based prevention for suicide, violence, bullying and substance abuse by training, supporting, and empowering both peer leaders and caring adults to impact their world through the power of connection, hope, help and strength. Focus on POSITIVE THINGS!
- Character building: The ability to do the right thing, even when it might be the unpopular choice.
- Leadership: The ability to listen, communicate, serve and guide others.
- Inclusiveness: Accepting and welcoming differences in other people.
- Caring: The act of being concerned about or interested in other people or situations
The student club members will decide on the projects based on their interests and create action plans. An example of a possible project is a Toiletry Drive, where students will ask our school community to donate toiletries, then club members will assemble kits to be distributed to families in need. Given the recent natural disasters in our nation, service and willingness to give are more important than ever. Mesa's Builders Club