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Middle School Clubs

Agora Vets Leadership Club

Meetings every other Wednesday at 3:15pm

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The Agora Vets: The mission of this club is to propel Agora leaders forward in their leadership in the school, their communities and neighborhoods and globally with real life concerns. The club will be led by students on the NJHS and NHS and we will locate elementary leaders to join as “board” leads for the club from the Elementary Honor Society. The club will be housed in the OLMS as we will share tasks, projects, initiatives, concerns and ways to lead and address at Agora and beyond. The club’s mission is to help others in need, whether that is helping a fellow newbie who is struggling in class, helping a veteran student who is struggling with content, or helping global concerns by coming together to create a mission to help others in need implement positive change. This club will be excellent for students entering college as it is a leadership club with the intent on creating confidence, drive, commitment and follow through.

For more information, please contact Ms. Sieger: or Ms. Tymeson:


Gender and Sexuality Alliance

Meetings every other Thursday/3-3:45pm; Lunch Bunch every Tuesday/12-12:30pm (Link to Meeting Calendar: )

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GSA is a safe space to discuss issues that pertain to LGBTQ+ youth and their allies. Thursday meetings will focus on education and advocacy. Tuesday Lunch Bunch is a safe space to socialize with other LGBTQ+ and allied peers.

For more information, please contact Mrs.Severino:


Girls Who Code

Meetings every other Wednesday/3:15pm

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This club will allow middle school girls to have a greater role in building the technology of the future by learning computer science skills. You will practice thinking and creating like a computer scientist. Computer scientists are people who study all the different ways that code and computers can be used to create new technology.

For more information, please contact Mrs. Lucier: or Mrs. Harris


Harry Potter Reading Club

Meetings 2nd Wednesday of each month/2:30PM

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The Harry Potter Reading Club will explore J.K. Rowlings’ first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Here is a list of suggested tools:
• An open mind • An active imagination • A willingness to work as a team • A taste for adventure • An owl, cat, or toad (optional) • A copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

Please borrow a copy of the book Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone from your local library or purchase the book online.

For more information, please contact Mrs. Hathaway: or Mrs. Dupes:


Literary Legends Book Club

Meetings every other Monday/2:30pm

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We will meet every other week to read live together in class, tackling real-life issues that are relevant to middle school students. We will reflect in class and in the OLMS through discussion board posts and projects, sharing the love for reading with purpose and intent for deep analysis and reflection. We will meet f2f at the end of the year to celebrate and students will receive physical books in the mail to read as a club. We will handle controversial issues with class and grace.

For more information, please contact Ms. Sieger: or Mrs. Frederick:


Moderator Leadership Training Club

Meetings every other Monday during lunch/12:00-12:30 (starting January 6, 2020)

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The Moderator Leadership Training Club: The mission of the club is to continue from last school year to find, foster and cultivate leaders in the classroom. Students from The Agora Vets Club and I will work with students to help develop their confidence, self-esteem and leadership in the classroom and beyond. We will discuss having a student-centered, student-led classroom and moderating with purpose. Students will leave feeling invigorated, motivated and inspired to lead in the classrooms and transfer that excitement to become infectious toward their peers.

For more information, please contact Ms. Sieger:


Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network

ContactMorgan Witman

Club Times: 1st Tuesday of each month at 3:30pm
Online Membership Application

Are you an 8th grade student with a desire to partner with cyber students from across PA to make a difference? PYLN is a statewide network of young people that come together to create positive change in their local communities and beyond. The mission of the Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network is to coordinate a network that is led and driven by inclusive organizations of youth and young adults with and without disabilities across Pennsylvania. PYLN promotes advocacy, self-determination, leadership, empowerment, and service learning in the areas of transition, employment, education, and community engagement. Agora is part of a virtual PYLN affiliate group that is comprised of cyber school students from across the state. We meet monthly via online webinar. The group is completely youth-led and youth-driven with a primary purpose of completing a service-learning project and a mission-related project while building leadership and advocacy skills.