Paul V. Moore Clubs & Activities
Club/Activity Advisor Planned meetings/activities Advisor Contact information Freshmen Class
Fundraising to prepare for Junior and Senior year activities.
Sophomore Class C. Dristle Fundraising to prepare for Junior and Senior year activities. email@example.com Junior Class K. Schaap This year we will start planning all of the events you have been waiting for since you were Freshmen. We will still be fundraising this year, so please check Canvas for more information. We will also be planning the Junior Prom (planning, organizing--ordering invitations, menu, favors, etc), pre-planning Senior Ball, designing Fun Senior clothing, school spirit. If you have any questions see one of your Class Officers or reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Senior Class
This is it!! The year you have been looking forward to since the start of PVM. This year we will be planning your senior ball and designing formal senior clothing to sell and distribute. In early spring we will order caps/gowns for graduation. Please check the Canvas page for any information/updates/deadlines as you don't want to miss out. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Jaime Blakes firstname.lastname@example.org and Melanie Hawn email@example.com
Crimson Talon E. Kelly The Crimson Talon is our on-line Newspaper publication. There will be an issue each month filled with information about happenings at the High School and in our community. It will also feature articles primarily written for and by our students, a pro/con article, inspirational quotes, movie reviews, occasional creative writing pieces and more! firstname.lastname@example.org DECA
Monthly Officer Meetings (first Monday of each month), Monthly Chapter Meetings (first Tuesday of each month), Practice, Regional Competition (Dec. 11), State Competition (March 9-11), International competition
Drama Club J. Schantz If you have never performed on the stage of Paul V. Moore High School, you don't want to miss this opportunity to shine. Drama Club will be full of the same energy as in years past, so don't let this year stop you from having a great time in front of the spotlight or behind the scenes. This year's rehearsal schedule will be same as in year's past- right after school. The production dates will be determined at a later date. So what are you waiting for? Don't just arrive- make an entrance! email@example.com Math Team
Organizational meeting is October 5th. We will form 2 teams that compete against other schools in Onondaga County. Once the teams are formed, they are final for the year. Competitions are held each month and the county-wide competition is held in January at CNS. In the spring, there is a state competition for those who qualify. Competitions are October 26th, November 16th, December 7th, January 11th, January 25th (tentative), and SATURDAY January 29th at CNS (tentative.) The state competition is TBD.
Mock Trial S. Jobin In this educational program, co-sponsored by The New York Bar Foundation, high school students, grades 9-12, have the opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of civil/criminal law and courtroom procedures. Objectives of the tournament are to: Teach students ethics, civility and professionalism; further students’ understanding of the law, court procedures and the legal system; improve proficiency in basic life skills, such as listening, speaking, reading and reasoning. Tournament participants take on the roles of lawyers and witness to reenact a trail against another school. Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month after school from 3-5pm. Competitions occur January through the Spring. Interested students should email Mrs. Sarah Jobin, PVM English Teacher, at firstname.lastname@example.org. email@example.com Musical Production J. Schantz The school musical is a great place to meet new people, act, sing, dance, or none of the above. You don't have to have any experience- we'll teach you! If tech is your thing, come help with set, design, lights, sounds, or costumes. The musical has something for everyone. So come join the show and see what musical is all about! firstname.lastname@example.org National Honor Society
National Honor Society is made for students who show Scholarship (above a 93 weighted GPA in order to apply, Leadership, Character, and Service. Applications are due on Friday October 1st. Letters notifying candidates of their status will be sent the second week of October. The Induction Ceremony is scheduled for November 17th in the Paul V. Moore High School auditorium.
Science Club F. Covert Science Club is for any student who has a sincere interest in Science. We typically meet after school once a week, on Tuesdays, in room 2027. One goal of the Science Club is to raise money for an Environmental Charity chosen by the Club. We hold several fundraisers throughout the year. We also have field trips and guest speakers. If you are interested in joining the Science Club, please contact Mr. Covert at email@example.com or stop by room 2027. firstname.lastname@example.org Science Olympiad S. Andrews Science Olympiad or Science Society meets a varying times during the year in room 2026 to prepare for multiple science competitions. Fall competition - Bridge Build Em & Bust Em. Winter Competition - Engineering & Science Fair. Spring competition - Rocketry & Rocket Club. email@example.com Student Government A. Petrie Student government is a group of elected students that plan and manage a wide range of events, activities, programs, policies and initiatives around school. Students that are looking to create a school-spirited should ask to be nominated. If you are interested in being nominated for a position as a student government officer, please email Mrs. Petrie at firstname.lastname@example.org Candidates that receive the most votes will become our student government officers. email@example.com The Change L. Lacey The Change is a PVM club that focuses on creating a welcoming space for all students in our community.
Here you can find like-minded students interested in promoting kindness and tolerance in our school no matter who they are, who they love, or what they look like. We also organize multiple outreach activities throughout the year including Comfort Kits for those in need and community appreciation events.
To be part of the Change, send an email to Mrs. L. Lacey at firstname.lastname@example.org , or join our Remind (Text the message @PvmChange to the number 81010)
The Change (generally) meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Conact Mrs. Lacey to be added to our Canvas class for the most up to day meeting schedule.
Would you like to have front row seats to our school events and activities (and have an incredible resume builder?)
Joining the Yearbook Staff is an experience like no other! We work hard, but we play hard too- and staffers have the opportunity to work behind the scenes to make sure our yearbook tells the story of our entire community.
**Underclassmen welcome, and no experience needed! ** We will teach the skills you need- you just bring your energy and strong work ethic.
Most of our work happens in class, but there will be some outside of school commitments (photographing events, minimum 1x per season)
Yearbook is a credit bearing course at PVM, and can be taken multiple years for credit. We love our Seniors, but we're huge fans of our underclassmen staff too! It's really awesome to grow with us a second (or third!) year.
**If this sounds like something you might be interested in- email us at email@example.com **