Clubs

Every Friday, students participate in several of the social skills clubs that we offer.  Each club gives them the opportunity to branch out in an area that they are interested in learning more about. These clubs encourage teamwork, active participation, social interaction and leadership.

My child was an 8th grader with his first year at Pieceful solutions attending the Gilbert campus. With the past rough experiences with schools it was imperative that we find a good fit for our son. Pieceful solutions is not just a school it is a community. The staff and kids encourage each other and form friendships, which is an important key to our son’s success in life. I am at peace knowing that my son’s future is in good hands.
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Student Council

Student Council is the voice of the student body. It gives all students an opportunity to develop leadership skills by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. Student Council seeks to foster and strengthen school spirit and pride.

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Painting Club

Learn to paint what you see!  In this club you'll paint anything from landscapes, still life, photographs and more.  You'll gain the skills you need to paint what you want and walk away with a finished painting.

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Board Game Club gives students the opportunity to think about, assess, view and make decisions while playing games such as chess, checkers or other strategic thinking board games. 

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Debate Club

In Debate Club students work together to learn basic debating skills including researching and writing casework on certain topics. Debate Club provides practice in developing sound and logical arguments, encourages students to practice speaking in public, show initiative and leadership, and will expand the mind and increase understanding of important issues.

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Ambassador's Club

This club is specifically for high school students who have expressed interest in making a difference within our school. Students will create and review policies and procedures already in place such as the Student Handbook, Student Ambassadors Program, Anti-Bullying Campaign, and other student related issues. 

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Sports Club

Do you enjoy playing sports and being active? Basketball, tag, relay races and more? Sports Club might be for you! We will be spending time playing different games and activities, both inside and out! You can learn the rules and techniques to make you an awesome player! 

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Theater Production club

This club is for students participating in the current theatre production.  Students will audition, rehearse scenes, and practice staging in preparation for the school play.  The winter production is A Christmas Carol.

 

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Comic Club

In Comic Club we will be exploring the different styles of comic books. Students will also get the opportunity to learn about Zines. Over the course of the club, members will develop their own comic style. Students will learn to be creative and innovative. Members will read and review comics as well as create their own. Each week, comic club students will choose a comic book to read and review. 

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Karate Club

This traditional Chinese Kenpo Karate class is designed to teach the students self-defense, respect, coordination, build self-confidence, as well as an opportunity to improve physical fitness. An extra emphasis is made on the “when” and “where” using karate is appropriate. Class curriculum includes: stances, punches, kicks, blocks, karate techniques, and kata. 

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Brass Club

Trumpet!  Trombone!  French Horn!  Tuba!  Learn how to play a brass instrument in a group!  We’ll learn about how different brass instruments work and how to make music on them!  Instruments must be rented from a music store. (Example:  Music & Arts, Milano’s, etc) This is a performance class and students are expected to participate in performances.

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YouTube Club

Do you like watching Youtube videos? Are you interested in knowing what videos are out there? If so, then Youtube Club is the place to be! Based on different weekly themes, students will get to explore, watch, learn, and maybe even make their own Youtube video.