If your child shows interest in Math, enjoys solving challenging problems, and likes to participate in contests, these programs will benefit him/her.
How do you register?
Visit the online student registration website for Quimby Oak. Please go to the "Registration" tab and follow the necessary steps before Oct 15, 2017. This student registration process is necessary to participate in AMC8 and MOEMS Math contests after school.
If parents are interested in volunteering and/or coaching, please fill out the Volunteer form. Thanks!
If you have questions, please contact me, Sundari M. Revanur at email@example.com
The Quimby Art Collective is a program that allows students at all artistic levels to explore different avenues of art. The main goal of this club is to help students build an appreciation for the visual arts and to provide a creative outlet for all students to enjoy. We hold our meetings at lunch every Wednesday in Room 34. At our club meetings, we encourage members to discover their own inner artist by looking at different types of artwork from around the world and to experiment with different types of mediums (i.e., graphite, charcoal, pastel). Students also have a brief moment at the beginning of our meetings to share their own artwork and to provide positive feedback to their peers. If you have questions, please e-mail Mrs. Guinnane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you and your friends bored and looking for something fun to do at lunch? If so, you're in luck. Starting Wednesday, September 14, 2016, Chess Masters is starting up. "What's Chess Masters?" you ask. It's a place for you to hang out, eat lunch, play chess or other board games, and relax. This year, it will be in room 27 every Wednesday. Bring your lunch and see you there! If you have questions, contact Mr. Fujimoto at email@example.com.
Los Lobos' purpose is to promote unity, higher education, culture, and empower students to strive for success. Students will have the opportunity to become more culturally aware, embrace it, coordinate events, learn leadership skills, and most importantly, start thinking about an educational future. Students will have the opportunity to listen to guest speakers, attend educational field trips, and create a community within the program. Students will meet the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month in room 2. Parents also play a role in this program as Los Lobos requires them to attend 2 out of 3 meetings where they will be given tools to help their child succeed in middle school. Get an application from Mrs. Keller to join. If you have any questions feel free to contact Mrs. Keller, Assistant Principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selected 8th grade students will help serve as ambassadors to the incoming 7th grade students to help navigate campus, help with time and work management, and facilitate the growth of peer relationships. Buddy leaders will attend their own workshops on topics such as peer pressure, positive communication, and common conflict. A student leaders, Buddy Leaders organized school events and Student Activities such as Red Ribbon Week, Holiday Grams, and the Talent Show. Any interested 7th grader can submit an application to Ms. George at the end of the school year to join the following year.
Are you interested in video games, coding, robotics, or website design? If so, we're inviting you to join us at Tech Club meetings. They will be starting in September! Please email Mr. Neiser or Mr. Stolan for questions or meeting dates.
Come Xplore Xtraordinary living! There's Xcellent free food, Xceptional bilbical truths, Xplosive fun, and Xtreme games! Students meet on Fridays in room 7 from 2:00-3:15PM from October 14-May 5th. Contact Danny Ison at (408) 916-7765. This program is sponsored by the River of Life Family Church.
The Jazz Ensemble is for 7th and 8th grade students with at least one full year of music performance experience who are interested in performing music in the jazz, pop, rock, and world music styles. The group is open to all instruments, including those with drumset, guitar, piano, and acoustic or electric bass experience. Students must commit to attending two weekly rehearsals after-school on Tu/Th from 2:30-3:30pm from October through May. The group performs for both band concerts during the year and often has coaches come to work with the band. Students participating in the program year-round are eligible for scholarships for the San Jose Jazz Summer Jazz Camp at Valley Christian Conservatory for the Arts.