The Junior Class is sponsoring a Weekday shenanigans club where we will meet after school a couple of days each month to hang out with our classmates in a non-academic setting—just to bond and make memories. We will be providing the structured activities for each meeting in addition to providing some delicious snacks. The cost of attendance for any of the activities is $5.00* (unless otherwise noted on that week’s advertisement–when supplies end up costing more). The fee will cover the cost of any materials needed for that week’s activity and 2 food tickets (good snack items such as popcorn, soda, chips, and candy. Students may also bring money to purchase additional snack items if they wish—most items will be around the $1 price point. No outside food or drink will be allowed with the exception of water as this is a fundraiser!
Students who purchase tickets but then end up with an excused absence may request a refund or for their tickets to be transferred to the next event.
All students wishing to participate in a weekday shenanigans activity will need to purchase tickets ahead of the scheduled activity and they will also need to sign up for the activities bus, unless they have made alternative transportation arrangements.
All participants must remain with the supervising staff member for the entire event, and they may not be in other parts of the building (bathroom breaks are fine).
All participants are expected to adhere to all school rules and behavior expectations while in attendance; failure to comply can result in disciplinary actions.
So far the following activities have been suggested, but we would love your input on alternative activity options—and specific dates for some events are still to be determined, but we want to meet 2 times a month.
Jan 24th: Movie night- possible movie suggestions so far are “10 Things I Hate About You”; “Sixteen Candles;” “Spider Man”; and “Ready Player One”….but if you have other suggestions, speak to Mrs. Benjamin and we will vote.
Jan 31st: Board-Game night (Uno, Life, Pictionary, Stratego, Mexican Train (dominoes), flux….
Feb 9th: Improvisational acting / Who’s Line is It Anyway / Comedy (Drama night #1)
Feb 23rd: Improvisational acting / Who’s Line is It Anyway / Comedy (Drama night #2)
March 7th: Craft night (Small paintings, pet rocks, wood burning, fork flowers etc…We would love to hear suggestions for other fun activities to add for April and May. Again, contact Mrs. Benjamin
March 23rd: Minute to win it competitions / *Small prizes will be provided to winners of games
April 13th: (Video or picture proof) Scavenger hunt *Small prizes will be provided to winners in addition to snacks.
April 27th: Personal protection / basic self-defense and awareness seminar
May 9th: Pickle ball and croquet tournaments
May 18th: Beat the heat day (specific events are not yet determined, but perhaps water balloons and snow cones)
ATTENTION HAVOVER STAFF: You are also encouraged to join in on the fun, so if you want to participate you are welcome to sign up as well!
…and remember details such as dates or snack choices are subject to change—we will keep you posted!