• 2022 Fall After School Activities


    September 19-November 3

    The cost is $20 per activity. Homework Help is $10.

    (Scholarships are available)

    Activities are held on Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday and run from 3:15pm-4:15pm.

    Students go to the main office to sign up and pay their fees

    Scholarships are available to any student who needs it

     
    Statistics prove that adolescents are more likely to feel connected to their school and perform better academically when participating in extracurricular activities.  
    Encourage your student to get involved!


    Monday/Wednesday Activities
     
    DODGEBALL: This will be a fast-paced activity with lots of throwing and agility. Sign up with your friends and have a great time playing this classic game. The more participants that sign up, the better. Located in the Upper Gym with Mr. Tipton-Guerrero Diaz and Mr. Romo.
     
    BASKETBALL: Like to shoot, score, rebound, pass, and play defense? If so, then this is where you need to be. Come and learn the fundamentals and have fun playing a variety of games with your friends. You will get to play against the other two middle schools. Coached by Mr. Walker and Mr. Jakubowski in the Main Gym.
     
    CERAMICS CLUB: Art is for everyone, so let's make art! Come to the Ceramics Room with Ms. Rademacher to draw together and make awesome things with clay! Make new friends or do art on your own, all are welcome. 30 student cap.
     
    FOWLER NEWS CLUB: Join this group and write about the happenings at Fowler! Report on ASA games, lunch events, and write what you think about. This group publishes the Fowler News Network. Open to writers of all kinds who want a space to write. Come work on any kind of writing -- from class assignments to the next great novel. With Dr. Sacks in Room 33. 
     
    HOMEWORK HELP: A space for students to complete their homework and get help if they need it. Available Monday – Thursday on a drop-in basis. Meets in the Library. Cost: $10.
     
     
    Tuesday/Thursday Activities
     
    CROSS COUNTRY: We compete in the Willamette River League against other middle schools from the metro area. You will race against other athletes of the same gender and grade at those meets. 6th and 7th graders will race 2000m while 8th graders will race 3000m. If you like to run or want to improve your running skills, then this is your activity. The cross-country team will work to develop runners of all abilities so they can become healthier and faster. We are looking for at least 10 boys and 10 girls from each grade level to be part of this school sport. Check out the league schedule on athletic.net for more information. Coached by Ms. Trunkey. Meets on the Track.
     
    CHESS CLUB: Come become the next Grand Master with Mr. Jakubowski! Whether you have loads of experience, or want to learn the game, this club is a great space to have a good time. There will be a school tournament.
     
    BOOK CLUB: Love reading? Want a space to read and talk about books? Join this club! Students will read and discussbooks together.
     
    BOARD GAMES: Do you like board games? Mr. Gay is ready to play! Join him and have some laughs playing games of all kinds.
     
    D & D AND MAGIC THE GATHERING: Come join Ms. Rademacher and enter the fun world of these group games!
     
    HOMEWORK HELP: A space for students to complete their homework and get help if they need it. Available Monday – Thursday on a drop-in basis. Meets in the Library. Cost: $10.
     
     
    Monday to Thursday Activities
     
    HOMEWORK HELP: is a space for students to complete their homework and get help if they need it. Offered Monday-Thursday on a drop-in basis. Students may attend as many days as they need. Spanish speaking support is available on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Meets in the Library. Cost $10 
     

     

     
    An activity bus will be provided to take students home.  The buses will leave at 4:25 pm. 

    Questions? email Mrs. Roshak, eroshak@ttsd.k12.or.us, or call (503)431-5062
     
    BEHAVIOR, BUS, and GRADE GUIDELINES


    1) Every student is to report to the meeting place by 3:15pm.
    2) Cooperative behavior is extremely important in all activities. Any student who misbehaves will be given 3 warnings. After the third warning, he/she may be suspended from the activity.

    3) While riding home on the BUS, each student must agree to behave appropriately. Each student needs to ride the bus that they are assigned to and adhere to the rules of the bus driver.

    4) No refunds will be made if a student is dismissed from an activity due to poor behavior.
     
    Fall 2022 ASA Form - Please complete both (2) forms and turn them in with the money to register.
     
    Otoño 2022 ASA Form Español 2022 ASA Form Español - Hay dos (2) formularios que deben presentarse con el dinero para registrarse.