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Fowler After School Activities



Spring 2024

April 8 - May 23

Statistics prove that adolescents are more likely like to feel connected to their school and perform better academically when participating in extracurricular activities.

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

Activities are held on Monday / Wednesday or Tuesday / Thursday and run from 3:15-4:15. Students go to the main office to sign up and pay their fees.

Scholarships are available to any student who needs it.

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

Encourage your child to get involved!

Homework Help is Monday - Thursday

Homework is a space for students to complete their homework and get help if they need it. Offered Monday-Thursday on a drop-in basis in the library. Students may attend as many days as they need. Snacks are provided.

Monday/Wednesday Activities

ART 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 students cap.

DANCE CLUB: Want to get your groove on? Join Mrs. Sary and dances from different styles and cultures, and even create a choreographed routine to perform! Meets in the Upper Gym.

KNITTING/CROCHET CLUB: Do you like to make things with yarn? Then join this group! Crochet, Knit or finger weave with Ms. Franklin! Meets in Room 15.

RUNNING CLUB: Come run with us! Student will end the season by running in the Lake Oswego Lake Run on May 4. Runners will receive a t-shirt with their registration. Race registration is $55. More info:  Led by Ms. Trunkey and Ms. Scheubrein on the track. Running Club starts on April 1.

TENNIS: Come play tennis with Ms. Apple and Mr. Penny! Learn how to hit, serve and have fun outside this spring! Located on the tennis courts.

VOLLEYBALL: Bump, set, spike! Come play volleyball with Ms. Guhlke! You will get to play against the other two middle school. 40 student cap. $10 if you like a t-shirt.

Tuesday/Thursday Activities

ART CLUB: Art is for everyone, so let's make art! Come to the Art Room with Raquel Trujano to draw together! Make new friends or do art on your own, all are welcome. 30 student cap.

BASKETBALLLike 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 school. Coached by Mr. Penny in the Main Gym.

CHEERLEADING: Come learn what it takes to be a cheerleader. Learn all of the basic fundamentals of cheerleading. Cheers, Motions, Dance, Jumps Kicks, Voice Projection, and Spirit! No experience required. With Ms. Specht in the Upper Gym. You will lead cheers at three home Jamboree games for soccer, volleyball and basketball. Tuesdays only.

D&D CLUB: Come join Dr. Sacks and enter the fun world of this group game! Room 33.

FLAG FOOTBALL: Love to play football? Come play flag football - it's all the fun without the roughness! Located on the back field, this is a great chance to have fun with your friends in scrimmages and games of catch. Learn how to throw, run plays, and cooperate. Coached by Mr. Seitz and Ms. Huff. 

OUTDOOR SOCCER: Come be part of this great team! Grow your skills and have fun playing scrimmages, scoring goals, and more. You will get to play against the other two middle school. With Mr. Romo and Ms. Ashley on the Main Field.

VIDEOGAME CLUBCan't get enough of video game playing? Then join this gaming club in the Ceramics Room with Ms. Rademacher! 30 student cap.

Behavior and Bus 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, the student 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 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.

Direct questions to Mrs. Roshak, or (503)431-5062.