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If you are bored after school, try lunch clubs. Lunch clubs are a great way to socialize with people online. Most lunch clubs are hosted on various days from 12:45-1:20 p.m.
There are many different clubs covering a variety of topics. Students will likely find something that interests them.
Hermosa Valley physical education teacher Spencer Kreisberg and science teacher Robert Hecker host the Cross Country Lunch Club. It gives students a way to train during distance learning.
“I am very grateful for this opportunity to maintain our status as an athletic entity during this season of COVID, when we have no opportunity to train together, or compete against other schools,” Hecker said.
Students who would rather not sweat on their lunch break can join the Board Game Club or Math Club.
“Lunch clubs are fun and a great way to meet new friends,” Game Club host Kelsey Hendricks said.
Students who like looking back at what happened during the school year and taking photos might want to consider the Yearbook Club.
”Lunch clubs are a great opportunity to socialize with our school community,’ said Yearbook Club host Elizabeth Kneisley.
Students who like learning new things, having adventure and laughs may want to consider the Book Club. Students interested in science could try out the Science Club.
“This is a good way for people to connect, during Covid,’ seventh grade student Adam B. said.
Teachers look forward to students participating in their lunch clubs. For more information about joining lunch clubs click here for the schedule.
“The lunch clubs give students a great outlet to explore things they are interested in other than just our normal school subjects,” Kreisberg said.