Clubs & Organizations
Sponsor: Mrs. Kolar
Holman’s ART club will start in January for the second semester of the school year. Meetings will be in the mornings, every two weeks. Details announced in December.
Sponsor: Mrs. Dedie
Books and Bagels is for anyone interested in sharing their thoughts and opinions on popular books while enjoying breakfast. Everyone is welcome and membership is free. We will meet every other Thursday morning at 7:35 in room 2714.
Sponsor: Mr. Ingram
Join the Chess Club! The Chess Club meets Wednesday mornings at 7:30 in room 2809. Come enjoy a challenging game of chess before you begin your day! Learn the basics of the game as well as strategies for playing. No experience necessary. We hope to see you there!
Sponsor: Mrs. Warren
Creative Writing Club is a chance for students to come together to write and think creatively. It is a judgement-free space where students can share their creative pieces and receive positive feedback and encouragement. We meet every 2nd and 4th Wed. of the month.
Sponsors: Mrs. Saydlowski
This year, the drama club will be producing a musical in the Spring. There are opportunities for all grade levels for onstage roles, set buildings and designing, makeup, costume making and so much more!
Sponsor: Ms. George
The Ecology Club’s role here at Holman is to inform the school and community of ways to care for our planet. We do this by modeling good recycling habits and participating in activities that increase awareness of environmental issues for Holman students and the larger Holman community. We have recycling drives, a yearly fundraiser, maintain a butterfly garden, take field trips after school, and help collect classroom and cafeteria recycling weekly. We meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, after school from 3:15-4:30, in the library. We collect classroom recycling and transfer it to the recycling dumpster in the parking lot. We are looking for reliable, conscientious members to make a difference in the health of our planet. Click here to access the Ecology Club website.
Sponsor: Ms. Edmondson
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
More information is coming soon
Sponsor: Ms. DeLaney
It’s not criminal intent; it’s public speaking! Students present their own work and works by noted authors at both a county-wide competition. Meetings will begin in January- watch the announcements for more info!.
Sponsor: Mrs. Saydlowski
Sponsors-Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Dedie
Girls in STEM is a club for Girls only. This club is for any girl who is interested in STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. We will explore these topics and do hands on activities, games and challenges each club meeting. We will also collaborate with high school students and go on a field trip. Club participants will also help lead the Girls in STEM day event for elementary school students and be able to earn community service.
Sponsor: Ms. Balsbaugh
Huskie Ambassadors are a selected group of seventh and eighth grade students who represent Holman in a variety of ways. Activities include, but are not limited to:
* Tour guides for new students
* Assist with school events and programs throughout the year (ex. Huskie Huddle, Curriculum Fair)
Junior Beta Club has become the nation’s largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. We are committed to recognizing and promoting high academic achievement, encouraging service to others, and developing character and leadership skills. Since its beginnings, Junior Beta Club has worked with over five and a half million young people in grades 5-9. Being a student-centered organization, Junior Beta Club continually seeks ways to develop and nurture students by providing opportunities and experiences that enable them to demonstrate the ideals of character, achievement, service, and leadership.
Sponsor: Mrs. Saydlowski
The Junior International Thespian Society is an honor society for middle school theatre students. Membership is granted for the performance of meritorious work in the theatre arts that meets the Society’s general guidelines.
Inductees must earn 10 Junior Thespian points, 5 of which should be awarded for work done at the school where he or she will be inducted. 1 Junior Thespian point represents approximately 5 hours of excellent work. Induction points should be earned through participation in at least two productions, whether formally staged or in-class presentations. Induction points should be in at least 2 categories, for example, acting and production.
Applications are on-line at http://tinyurl.com/JITSapplication
Sponsor: Mrs. Mullins
The Rubik’s Cube Club provides a forum for students who are interested in solving the cube for the first time OR for students who want to improve their personal best time solving the cube. This year the club will form a competition team of 8 members and attempt to solve 25 cubes collectively. Club members will host the Rubik’s Cube Competition: Virginia Regional for Solo and Team competitors. Everyone is welcome and membership is free.
Sponsors: Ms. Christian and Mrs. Codero
Details coming soon!
Sponsor: Mrs. Gayle
We meet on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 for Bible study.
Sponsor: Mr. Turner
Students in the Technology Program, grades 6-8 that would like to grow and become leaders in the 21st Century may join this co-curricular organization and compete in 35 different technology-based competitive events. The Technology Student Association is an internationally-recognized and sponsored club. More information may be found at www.virginiatsa.org and www.tsaweb.org.
Sponsor: Ms. DeLaney and assisted by Mrs. Morton
The Yoga club meets after school twice a month on Thursdays in the band room. During that time, students participate in a yoga class, taught by English teacher Ms. DeLaney, suitable for all fitness levels. This club always accepts new members and specific dates are advertised on the morning announcements. Stop by room 1611 or the School Counseling office for a permission slip.