Modified on: Sun, 16 Jun, 2019 at 6:57 PM
Bridgeway Clubs provide an opportunity for students to explore outside interest and collaborate with peers on projects. Clubs are available for each academic year. Click the link below to enroll in a Bridgeway Club.
2019-2020 Club Listing
| ||Elementary "Travel the World" - This online club for grades 3rd through 5th will take students on an adventure around the globe! While pausing to focus on various countries, students will learn about traditions, culture, foods, music, and more. It promises to be full of fun and learning! This club meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 1 pm EST via Moodle and is open to all full-year elementary Total Care and Support students. |
Middle School Book Club Exploring Anthropomorphism! - What’s that, you ask? It’s giving animals human qualities – you know, when books have animals that can talk and behave like humans. We’ll read a range of books from Stewart Little to The Horse and His Boy and have fun experiencing life through the eyes of animals. There will be whimsical tales and adventuresome tales, silliness and bravery! Come join us! This club is for grades 6th through 8th and meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday at 2:30pm EST. It will help instill a love of reading as students explore together. It is open to all full-year Total Care and Support middle school students
|Middle School Minecraft Club “My City, My World” - Have you ever wondered what it takes to build a town or city? What is needed and what are bonuses for the residents? How did it all get there and how does it affect the world around us? Students will be learning the basics of city building as well as some environmental science all while building in Minecraft! Students must have Windows 10 or the newest Mac OS and will be sent the link to install Minecraft Education Edition. This club is for grades 6th through 8th and meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 12 pm EST. Students will have a meeting in Moodle before logging into Minecraft. It is open to all full-year Total Care and Support middle school students. *If this club fills up, then a second session will be opened for the same day but at 2 pm EST* |
|High School Book Club "Books to Movies" - In this online club, students will be introduced to books which have also been turned into movies. There will be lots of comparing and contrasting, as well as a bit of debating, as students read a particular book and then watch the corresponding movie. This club is a great way to build analytical skills while having a lot of fun with the content and with peers. It boasts a brand-new selection of books for the year! The club is open to grades 9th through 12th and meets on the 1st and 3rd Friday at 1 pm EST via Moodle. It is open to all full-year Total Care and Support high school students.|
|High School Minecraft Club “Cities and Architecture” – Join fellow Minecrafters as we explore various architectural types, ranging from those in our own history to those in fictional worlds. You’ll be building and developing your own city using the architectural style of your choice. Will it be traditional Japanese? Ancient Rome? Tolkien? Whatever style you choose, you will be leveling up, and learning a lot, while working to make a beautiful and massive architectural wonder. Students must have Windows 10 or the newest Mac OS and will be sent the link to install Minecraft Education Edition. This club is for students in grades 9th through 12th and meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 12 pm EST. The club will meet in Moodle before logging into Minecraft. It is open to all full-year Total Care and Support high school students. |
|National Beta Club *By Invitation Only* - This amazing addition to Bridgeway gives honors students a chance to excel. Through leadership training, goal making, learning vital skills for excellence in high school, college and career, and more, students will become more motivated to strive to be the best they can be. National Beta Club is internationally recognized, holds yearly conferences students can attend, and has numerous opportunities for scholarships. This club is by invitation only and is for students in 9th through 12th grade who are, and remain on, the honor roll while either pursuing our honors track diploma, our College Now program, or are taking external college courses while working towards the honors track diploma. This club meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 1 pm EST via Moodle. It is open to full-year Total Care students who have been invited to join.|
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