Clubs and Tutoring Schedule

Name Name of club/ ELP Day of the week Time (if after school we cannot go past 5:15pm) Blurb for the website
Fernando Escalona Sada D & D Club Friday 4:15-5:15 A place for Jaguars, Elves, Dwarfs and Drows to explore storytelling and adventuring in a fun way.
Natalia Scevola The Coding Jaguars Mondays 4:15-5:00 “The Coding Jaguars” club welcomes all students interested in coding. Students will select a programing language based on their interest and start coding. They will receive a Certificate of Completion for each course completed. No coding experience is required. Students who are motivated, respectful, and willing to share and learn with others will remain in the club.
Jessica Condino Buddies Club Thursday or Friday (whichever is a B day) 6th Block Buddies Club gives scholars in Thurgood Marshall FMS's ACCESS Points Unit an opportunity to make friends and connect with their Gifted & Fundamental peers. Gifted & Fundamental scholars visit the ACCESS Points Unit once weekly to assist with classwork, routines, and social-emotional learning.
Athena Buell Battle of the Books Tuesday 8:45-9:30 Members read the Sunshine State Young Reader Award winning books in order to compete against first each other and eventually other schools in the district. Qualifying tests are given during the months of February and March to determine who will represent their school. School battles and subsequent semi-final battles determine which schools will be represented at the district battle in April, as a part of National School Library Month. 
Leila Nouri PMAC 1st Thursday of each month 8:30-9:30 am Why PMAC? You have the right to attend a school where all ethnic and cultural heritages are welcome and respected. 
Lois McKee       The 5000 Role Model of Excellence is a program designed to boost the self-image, social skills, and academic performance of middle school males. We increase motivation by interacting with respected and successful men whose real-life accomplishments can inspire young gentlemen to succeed. Students must have parental consent to participate.     The 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project focuses on three general principles:
 
1)   Pinpoint progressive and successful men in our community to emulate;
2)   Promote positive alternatives to self-destructive behaviors and societal pitfalls;
3)   Preparing our youth for the challenges and struggles in today's society.                                                                                                
Jacqueline Harding Algebra 1 Tutoring Monday and Friday 8:30-9am Extra help with Algebra 1 concepts Support for students who have been identified as needing extended intervention aside from course design supports. Students are required to bring learning tasks that they need one-to-one support for Algebraic thinking.  
Silva ELP Math Tutoring Tuesday 8-9am Extra support for scholars who need additional help in Math. 
Myers ELP Math Tutoring Tuesday 4:15-5:15pm Extra support for scholars who need additional help in Math. 

 

(PDF Version of the schedule available here - Club Schedule )