• School Clubs and Organizations

Students gathered around a bucket filled with water and various balls

  • Club and Organizations Offerings at Park Street

    Name of Club/Organization

    Brief Description of Mission/Purpose

    Name of Faculty Advisor(s)

    Brief Description of Past or Planned Activities

    Boy Scouts of America-Pack 1520

    Provides an opportunity for male students to strengthen their character, gain personal fitness, and embrace good citizenship. 

    Idris Johnson

    Offers students responsible fun and adventure; instills lifetime values & develops an ethical character; trains students in citizenship, service, and leadership; serves our communities and families. 

    Reading Bowl Club

    Students will read and discuss books from multiple genres.

    Nicole Renshaw and Amanda Cobb

    Literacy focused group to support reading and comprehension activities for the culminating event, i.e. reading bowl. 

    Marietta YELLS (Youth Empowerment through Learning, Leading & Serving)

    To mentor youth to be active, healthy, and productive members of their communities who are capable of creating change.

    Laura Keefe and Patricia Morten

    At weekly sessions, high school “Bigs” receive leadership training from respected speakers, plan and implement activities and community service projects, and work one-on-one as mentors to “Littles.”  Students become official members of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program as well.

    STEM Club/Robotics Club

    The STEM club is funded through a grant from Marietta Community School. We continue to offer fun science experiments, Lego We-Do Robotics, and investigate solar energy, aquaponics, composting, and preparation for the Science Olympiad competitions in March 2017.

    Amy Abernathy

    This year, we have combined the STEM and Robotics clubs! We will collaborate with KSU Video Game Design students who will design educational video games based of standards we want to learn! 

    Panther TV News Team

    Facilitate video news and production projects.

    Nicole Renshaw 

    Daily news reports on closed-circuit television

    Performing Panthers    Participation in group activities designed to help students perform and sing with proper vocal techniques, to appreciate music, and work together towards a common goal.     Elena Prestwood