Builders of Literacy Club
This is an international organization providing members with opportunities to do public service, build character, develop leadership and promote literacy in all aspects of a student's life. The club will provide all students with opportunities to develop fun activities that help build literacy across Smith's campus. Meets every Wednesday at 4:00pm in Mrs. Bartow's room. If you are interested in joining, come to a meeting or see Mrs. Bartow in the Media Center or Ms. Napoleone in Room 118.
Open to all students who wish to express and strengthen their faith in the public school setting. Activities include discussions, crafts and service projects. If you are interested in joining the Christian Club, see Mr. Dahlberg in Room 315.
7th & 8th grade students are learning about the United States government. Students will have the opportunity to see our nation's lawmakers in action and to develop their leadership. Students in this group will travel to Washington DC in April. There is a cost for this program. For more information, see Mrs. Hartwell in Room 107.
A non-profit community resource, shares the journey to college with aspiring under-represented students through mentor ship, guidance and support systems for their advancement to a better future through education. See Ms. Hansen in Room 402 for more information.
This club provides students the opportunity to learn about and use the engineering design process. Members learn about engineering by doing what engineers do…design, build and problem solve. We cover a variety of topics and use materials such as the Pico Cricket and Lego Mindstorm Kits. Members are selected by application. For more information, please see Mrs. Elliott in Room P1.
NAL (National Academic League) This club gives students the opportunity to learn and have fun at the same time. Team members participate in public speaking and use buzzers to answer jeopardy like questions. NAL teams compete against other junior highs in the district. Members are selected by tryouts in September. For more information, please see Ms. Hansen in Room 402.
NJHS (National Junior Honor Society)
NJHS is a community service club comprised of scholarly students who display leadership and citizenship. Our purpose is to plan and execute community service activities that contribute in a positive way. Members are selected by application and selection is based on GPA, service history and teacher recommendations. For more information, please see Mrs. Maupin in Room 206.
Sidewinder Ambassadors Ambassadors assist new students on their first day at Smith. If you are friendly, responsible, and enjoy meeting and helping people, this is the group for you! Members are selected by application. See your counselor in Student Services for more information.
Student Council The Sidewinder Student Council’s primary function is service to the school. The council consists of officers and representatives elected by the Smith student body. Elections are held at the end of the school year (in May). This group plans school activities and approves other club purchases/activities. If you are interested in running for student council, please see Ms. Ginther in Room 314.
Weight Lifting Club
The weight room will open daily at 8:00 am to all students. A guardian signed permission slip is required before students are allowed into the weight room. Permission slips can be obtained in the weight room or from Coach Sprung.