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Clubs at Malow

Research shows that kids who are involved in extracurricular activities do better in school and enjoy school more. Malow Junior High School offers many opportunities for student involvement, and our staff encourages all students to get involved in at least one school club, activity or sport. For additional details, please use the contact information listed below for each group.


Art Club Mrs. Sara Palombo [email protected]

• Wednesdays after school until 4:30pm in room B210.

• The first meeting of the 2018-2019 school year was September 19th.

• The Malow Art Club meets weekly for students interested in creating art – no experience necessary!! Students work on individual and group projects. In this club we explore various art mediums in drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. This club is student led.

• Grades 7 – 9

Chess Club Mr. Martin Ashman [email protected]

• Mondays after school to 4:00pm in room B207.

• The first meeting of the 2018-2019 school year was September 24th. Students should arrange a ride home at 4:00pm.

• The Malow Knight Chess Club is open to anyone who likes to play chess or is interested in learning the game.

• Grades 7 - 9

Coding Club Mrs. Heather Paquette [email protected]

• Mondays after school to 3:30pm in the upper Media Center.

• The first meeting will be held on Monday, March 11.

Comic League Club Mr. Greg Kupke [email protected]

• Meets monthly; schedule provided to participants

• The first meeting of the 2018-2019 school year was September 25th in room A104 from 3:05pm – 5:00pm.

• The Malow Comic League Club is a hobby-based club. Students gather to discuss and enjoy comics, play Magic the Gathering, and participate in field trips to places like Gamer’s Gauntlet Store. There are lots of free incentives for all club members. We are looking to exceed our 68-member roster from last year so please come and join us! All 7th – 9th graders, male AND female, are welcome.

Homework Club / IB Tutoring Program Malow Teachers (rotating basis)

• After School Homework Club and the IB Tutoring Program runs after school on most Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:05 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the library beginning on October 15. As these dates change from week to week, please refer to the weekly calendars above for dates offered.

• Grades 7 – 9: This teacher-supervised after-school homework club is held in the library. Students must have a signed permission slip on file to attend. Students must come prepared with work to do and will need to make arrangements for their own transportation home. Student tutors are sometimes available to assist students.

Magic the Gathering Club Ms. Karen Narkus (Teacher) [email protected]

Magic the Gathering Club will begin meeting in October. Please see Miss Narkus in room B203 with questions. Miss Narkus will teach you how to play if you need it and has decks you can use.

• Meets twice a month after school from 3:05 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in room B203.

• Grades 7 – 9: This is a card-playing club. Magic the Gathering is a cerebral game that requires considerable thought and strategy. Students can learn to play with others or begin playing right away if already familiar with the game. Food is allowed at club meetings.

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Mr. Joe Pretari [email protected]

• Meets monthly after school in the Media Center. Some meetings are held during lunch.

• Grades 8 – 9: National Junior Honor Society is an organization that recognizes outstanding middle level students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship and character. NJHS recognizes students for their accomplishments, but also challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.

Each year eligible 8th and 9th grade students with a 3.5 (or higher) grade point average will receive an invitation.

All information regarding meetings, community service, and general information will be communicated through REMIND and on the NJHS Board inside the front of the Counseling Office. On occasion, information may be placed at the NJHS link on the homepage of Malow’s website, as well as addressed during morning/end of the day school announcements. Be in the know, stay informed. Attendance at meetings is a requirement of membership.

Congratulations to our 150 new members officially inducted into Malow’s National Junior Honor Society this past school year. 

Science Olympiad Mrs. Monica Bergler (Parent) [email protected]

• An informational meeting will be held on October 4th in room B207 at 6:30pm.

• October through April practices for individual events held after school throughout the week

• Grades 7 – 9: Science Olympiad is a nationwide academic competition. Students compete in 23 science-oriented events that involve engineering, biology, chemistry and physics. Students compete first at the Macomb County level tournament in early April.

Snowsports Club Mrs. Beth Pierzecki ([email protected])

Meets Thursdays from December through February.

Grades 7 – 9:


• The Malow CORE / STATIC Club is a Christian youth group that meets after school one day per week (currently Tuesdays from 3:05pm – 4:15pm). The club’s mission is to: serve, get to know, encourage, grow in faith, and to fill our halls with God’s love. All are welcome to attend.

Student Council Ms. Amy Gastmeier (Teacher) [email protected]

Mrs. Annmarie Hitzelberger (Teacher) [email protected]

• Meets weekly after school.

• Grades 7 – 9: The Malow Student Council promotes student body participation in fundraising, school events, and school improvement. Student Council also participates in community service projects such as the canned food drive and Toys for Tots. The main goals are to make Malow Jr. High a more enjoyable environment and to increase the school spirit of the students.

Current Malow students may apply in the spring for the following year. Incoming 7th grade students may apply in the fall. Student Council consists of five committees: Dance, Community Service, Success Skills, Communications and School Spirit.

 Student Council plans dances, activities, community service projects and school spirit days. Our group is a great way for you to make a difference in your school and make great friends.