Walter R. Sundling PTA
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Yearbook Club Mrs. Blazejak

Students will have the opportunity to complete can-did photography, text and layout for the 2012-13 Sundling Yearbook. MEETS 2ND AND 4TH WEDNESDAY AFTER SCHOOL.

Video Gamer's Club Mrs. Blazejak

Student video gamers will come together to discuss and play video games using a Wii system. Club members are encouraged to bring video game magazines. MEETS 1ST AND 3RD TUESDAY AFTER SCHOOL.

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Art Club Mrs. Mason

Students will have the opportunity to complete can-did photography, text and layout for the 2012-13 Sundling Yearbook. MEETS 2ND AND 4TH WEDNESDAY AFTER SCHOOL.

Art Club of the Month

Mrs. Mason
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the in room 109
2:30 - 4pm

Knitting Club—
Ms. Saia
Where: Room 210 

When: Every other Tuesday after school
Why join? Develop a creative new skill,
and feel the satisfaction of having a
unique item that you
yourself made!
Who can join? Anyone! No knitting ex-
perience required! We’ll teach you the basics, or the more advanced techniques!

What do we make? Anything! Scarves, pillows, hair clips, headbands, gloves, hats, & other treasures! 

Cheerleaders Mrs. Fullmer

The purpose of cheerleading is to promote school spirit at basketball games.

Cheerleaders are chosen based on behavior, skill and enthusiasm. The squad is chosen from student tryouts. They participate in

practices and games scheduled for after school through the end of February. The student may incur some expenses associated with this activity. Practices will be held generally twice per week after school 


Peer Mentors
Ms. Burton

Meets every other Monday - location varies

The Peer Mentor Program is comprised of 8th grade students who best exemplify the traits of enthusiasm, respect, friendliness and a commitment to assisting others. The Peer Mentors are recommended by teachers and go through a selection process at the end of their 7th grade year. 

Book Club
Ms. Russo &
Mrs. Buelow

Interested in reading some new & exciting teen books? Join book club! It’s a fun and social group where you’ll read our latest selections and discuss them with friends. You’ll have a chance to participate in choosing the 2012 Sundling book of the year.
See Ms. Russo or Mrs. Buelow for more information. 

Homework Center
Held in the LRC
Wednesday’s 2:30—4::00 pm Tue./Thu./Fri. 7:15-7:45 AM 

Lego Club
Mrs. Blazejak

This club is open to all Lego enthusiasts. Our purpose is to share in the fun of Legos while interacting with peers. We will hold meetings on the first Tuesday of every month starting in November. We will complete many Lego challenges on small teams. 


Sundling's Service Club

(A Volunteer Group Sponsored by Palatine Kiwanis)
Mrs. Biancalana

Sundling's Service Club assists our school and the Kiwanis Club of Palatine with activities that help local children and senior citizens. We are helping with Toys for Tots, the Kiwanis/ Jaycees Holiday Party, and with any service Sundling Junior High School needs. We also have an ice cream social with the Palatine Senior Center. We meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in Mrs. Biancalana's, Room 308. Seventh and eighth grade boys and girls are welcome to join at any time during the school year! 

Best Buddies Ms. Mitchum & Ms. Burton

Best Buddies is a program that allows the opportunity to work with the students in the Structured Independence Pro- gram (SIP). Our 8th grade Peer Mentors will read to the students and do structured activities during the beginning of 9th period. In the future, we will be inviting all students (7th or 8th grade) to participate in the Best Buddies pro- gram. 

 
 
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