Marsh Jr. High School - Clubs & Activities
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Clubs

 
Getting involved in extracurricular activities is a good way for students to meet new people, develop new skills, make a contribution and have some fun.
 
You can display your talents, develop your leadership and organizational abilities, learn to make decisions and manage your time, and enhance your people skills - all traits that will help you in high school and beyond.
 
 

cjsf

California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF)


Advisor: Sheila Snyder 
Days & times: Meetings are typically held once per month on a Thursday morning at 7:30am
Location: Marsh Library
Eligibility: 1st semester 8th graders with qualifying grades - 2nd semester 7th & 8th graders with qualifying grades
* CJSF is a statewide organization that honors students for outstanding academic performance and service to the community.   Applications are available in the main office and at the CJSF meetings. Community service opportunities will be scheduled throughout the year. Parent/guardian volunteers are always needed to assist with driving to service events.

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christian club

DIG(Deeper Into God) 

 
Advisor(s): Ryan Willard, Emily Bladorn
Days & times: Thursdays at Lunch 
Location(s): 6th Graders B-1, 7th and 8th grade S35
Eligibility: Everyone and all faiths are welcome!
  • Christ followers eager to grow in their faith and relationships as Christians. All students are welcome regardless of your cultural or religious views!
  • Thursdays during lunch, 6th graders Room B-1, 7/8th grader S35

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Rubik

Cuber's Club

 
Advisor: Pam Larrance
Days & times:  Wednesdays during lunch 
Location: 6th grade E-wing, 7th and 8th B-wing 
Eligibility: Anyone who is interested! 
* We are a group of Marsh students that like a challenge and enjoy puzzles.  We are curious about THE CUBE and we enjoy solving Rubik's cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you've never solved a cube before or you've been solving for years, we are open to everybody. Come join us!  
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drama

Dungeons and Dragons 

 
Advisor: Jennifer Lopez 
Days & times: Wednesdays, 6th-grade lunch 
Location: Room E20 
Eligibility: Anyone who is interested! 

Exploring fantasy worlds & embarking on epic quests through D&D play adventures.
 
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Pokemon 

 
Advisor: Emily Bladorne
Days & times: Wednesdays, 7/8th lunch 
Location: S35 
Eligibility: All MJHS students
Anyone who loves Pokemon is welcome to play trading cards, watch the show, or just talk Pokemon!
 

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band

Music Club

Advisor(s): Austin King
Days & times: Tuesdays, Thursdays during 7/8th lunch, 
Location: M31
Eligibility: 
For participants in band, chorus, jazz, and/or percussion ensemble!
 

KLEAN Club 

 
Advisor: Jorge Salazar and Joni Meyer. 
Days & times: TBD
Location: TBD
Eligibility: 

Student advocacy group focused on nicotine and substance free living. Students help organize Red Ribbon Week (anti-drug campaign) school wide event.

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Destination College. ETS

ETS(Educational Talent Search) 

 
Advisor: Jorge Salazar and Peter Yang 
Days & times: Select Days 
Location: Library 
Eligibility: Visit link yo apply 
ETS is a program through Chico State that seeks to motivate students who have a desire, ability and motivation to excel in their education. Students learn about their interests and goals for pursuing postsecondary education. Applications required–contact advisors or visit https://www.csuchico.edu/tsed/ for the application.

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club live

Club Live

 
Advisor: Jorge Salazar & Lee Lo 
Days & times: Thursdays, both lunches 
Location: E-21
Eligibility: All MJHS students
* Youth work to strengthen leadership skills while increasing their social network & implementing school community change projects.
 

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LGBTQ+ and ALLIES 

 
Advisor: Suzanne King and Tanya Hernandez 
Days & times: Wednesdays during 7/8th lunch 
Location: 
Eligibility: 7th and 8th grade MJHS students (due to lunch schedule)
Student-led group who aime to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting environment for all youth regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

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Esports
 

eSports Club

 
Advisor: Greg Bishop
Days & times: After School Fridays 
Location: D14 
Eligibility: All MJHS students, must try out and be accepted to join. 
* eSports Club is going to be running teams that compete in the Northern California Esports League. Outside of just the team, the club will be focusing on current esports games like Rocket League and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

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Paper Crafts Club 

 
Advisor: Susan Moretti 
Days & times:  Mondays during 6th-grade lunch 
Location: E21 
Eligibility: All 6th-grade students 

Spend time with friends while making a variety of paper crafts like Origami and all sorts of other creative creations.

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multicultural club
 
Multicultural Club
 
Advisor: Mariela Ramos (helper - counseling Interns)
Days & times:  Fridays during both lunches 
Location: E21
Eligibility: All MJHS students
* Multicultural club works to expand knowledge of diverse cultural backgrounds and celebrate individual differences through facilitating friendships and fun activities for all students.

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Seasonal Sports

CROSS COUNTRY
  • Enjoy a run in the park for fitness and fun. All experience levels are welcome. Permission slips available in the main office. Season runs September 6th to October 27th.
  • Detailed club information as well as permission slips are available in the office.
  • Practice after school 3:15-4:15 Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays. Meet in the MPR
  • Meets take place on Thursdays in place of practice. (The first meet is September 22nd)
  • Advisors: Call/text Jordan & Creer Colby 530-781-3323
CHEER
  • Details to come
WRESTLING
  • Details to come
Soccer
  • Season will start in Spring 2023. 
  • All students are welcome to participate. 
  • Practices 2 days a week/Games 1-2 days per week. 

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