Close-Up (Due to Covid-19, Information regarding possible 2021 trip to be given at a later date)
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 Ms. Calvert in Room 305 or Mr. Cole in Room 106.
NAL (National Academic League)
Do you like quiz shows? Are you interested in testing your knowledge to the limits? Join the National Academic League and compete against students across the district! Come and learn valuable life skills such as how to give a presentation and how to work together to solve problems! For more information, please see Ms. Hansen in Room 404.
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 Ms. Kelly in Student Services.
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 Mrs. Marquez in Student Services. StuCo will meet in Rm 114.
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.
Yearbook Yearbook club provides junior high students at Smith with the opportunity to assist in yearbook development, photography and design. In addition, students also help to promote yearbook sales by making posters and distributing yearbook information. Students also assist in designing the pages of the yearbook. The students will document the events of the entire school year. See Mrs. McFarland in Room 108
FIRST Lego League
See Mr. Kitchell in Room 500
See Ms. Kelly in Student Services
Art Club Art Club is for students who want to learn about art, create art and talk about art, in a safe space. Students will work on various projects as well as have the freedom to use the art room as their own studio to work on any projects or ideas they may have! See Ms. Wons in Room 121/122
Want to hang out with students that like Anime and meet new people? We will be drawing Anime and learning about the history of Anime.
See Ms. Reiman in Room 120
Youth Alive Club (AKA Christian Club)
To be able to share love, faith and hope to all who need it.
See Ms. Robertson Rm 118
Video Game Club
Socialize and play games with like minded people and make friends.
See Ms Reiman Rm 120