Junior High Clubs and Activities


Get Involved in your Jr. High
Raider Nation!

* explore new interests * collaborate with your peers *

* help your school & community through service *

Visit club advisors for additional information.

Club Name Grade level(s) Advisors Description
Adrenaline Junkies  7-12   For the student who likes to participate in fun physical activities, crafty projects, cooking/baking and community service projects. Senior High students serve as mentors to the younger members.

Junior High Future Business Leaders of America
 7-8 Mr. Esposito Members attend workshops and participate in local, state, and national competitions in various business and technology subjects. Community Service is a large part of this organization. *National Organization*

Future Farmers of America
 6-12 Ms. Burnor Learn about the agriculture industry and gain experience through field trips and hands-on activities. *National Organization*
 International Club
 7-12 Mrs. Traver  Members learn about other cultures and experience how they live.
Junior National Honor Society
7-8 Mrs. Moshier

Mr. B. Dwyer
Starting in 8th grade, students are chosen on the basis of academics and character. Each year these members make a difference in our school and community. *National Organization*
Marching Band & Color Guard 7-12 Mr. Buneo,
Mr. Button,
Mrs. Tucci
Members represent the school in various parades.
Mathletics 7-12 Mrs. Blenis A good way to boost math grades and a fun way to spend extra time by competing against other schools. 
School Store
Garofalo's Garage
7-12 Mr. Esposito Student run store that sells supplies and Canastota apparel to students and staff. 
Jr. High Science Club 7-8 Mr. Lubey A social club for students who like science topics. Science demonstrations, activities, & current events are discussed.
Jr. High Science Olympiad
7-8 Mr. B. Dwyer
A project/activity-based competitive opportunity for science fans & problem solvers. Science topics & engineering (design) are practiced, culminating in a regional competition in the spring. *National Organization*
Ski Club 7-12   Skiing is a great way for students that are not involved in a winter sport to remain healthy and active during our long Central New York winters. Members will participate in 6 weekly trips to Toggenburg Mountain. Beginners are encouraged to join the club as free ski lessons are provided.
Jr. High Student Government   7-8 Mrs. Blenis  Be involved in governing the junior high and  responsible for fundraising, donations,  and putting together the Spring Fling semi-formal dance.
 Jr. High Yearbook  7-8 Mr. Smith
Mrs. Brennon
 responsible for taking pictures and putting together the yearbook
Technology Club 7-12 Coming Soon Members of this club learn about technology and how to use it appropriately.