CLUBS & ACTIVITIES
The Bridge Program is funded under the ASES federal grant. The program provides free after school education, homework assistance and enrichment opportunities. It is our mission to ensure the best after school program possible to help all participating students become successful learners and citizens. Program operates from dismissal time until 6:00 pm. On minimum days, the program operates from the minimum dismissal time (11:50 am or depending on the dismissal time for that day) until 6:00 pm.
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Lodi Middle Bridge Site Lead
The Bridge Program schedule is as follows:
3:00-4:00 Academic Hour(homework)
4:00-5:00 Enrichment Clubs/Academies & Sports Leagues
5:00-6:00 Enrichment Time
* Sports Leagues and Enrichment Club(s) vary every quarter.
California Junior Scholarship Federation is an organization established to honor students who have earned superior grades in school. The chapter at Lodi Middle was established in 1976. Each semester students apply and based on their grades are invited to join. We honor and serve the community by participating in various events like Coastal Clean Up, Lodi Lodi, sponsoring a school dance, helping with our Fall Carnival, and fun field trips.
The Robotics Club is an afterschool program designed to provide students the opportunity to build robots and compete in local robotics competitions. As an extension of the school's Project Lead the Way engineering program, students use their engineering skills as well as their creativity and teamwork to design and program a robot capable of competing against other high school and middle school teams in the area. The club allows students to advance their understanding of Automation and Robotics, which is the first 7th grade class in the engineering program, and develop skills like industrial design, computer programming and process documentation that will be critical in the modern workforce.
Mr. Steve Box
Running club!! Sound familiar ? This cross country group of 7th and 8th graders run off campus after school on Thursdays. It is run by Mrs. Rodriguez and Mr. Diehl, and they are great leaders of this club! Running club also participates in local activities and fun runs around the city. This club is not only for fun but it can help increase stamina and help you beat your personal bests on the mile and perimeter . All students that are in this group are happy to be part of the running club family !!
Submitted by Katelynn T. (8)
Volleyball Club is open to all 7th and 8th grade girls who enjoy or want to learn how to play volleyball. In quarter 2, we focus on the fundamental skills and basic volleyball drills everyone will need to master for high school try-outs, such as serving, passing, setting and hitting. We will scrimmage in 3rd and 4th quarter. We meet on Mondays from 2:40-3:30 in the gym. All skill levels are welcome. Those interested need to complete a club permission slip and make sure to wear athletic clothing with hair tied back and tennis shoes for each practice. Permission slips will be handed out at the end of quarter 1.
Coaches are Ms. Bochee, Mrs. Carniglia, and Mrs. Tunnell.
Members for the Yearbook Club are chosen by application and completion of a project during the first half of Quarter 1. During Quarters 2 and 3 Yearbook Club members will make all the decisions and create the pages for the yearbook.
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