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    Jane Addams Associated Student Body

    AFTER YOU SUBMIT YOUR ASB request or proposal:

    Click here .to see if your ASB Club request/proposal has been approved or if something is missing

    Steps to Starting a Middle School Club

    1. Establish your club’s purpose
      1. Develop a vision/mission statement
    2. Identify an adult supervisor/advisor
      1. If the supervisor is not a Seattle School District employee they must complete the clearance process. Please go to the volunteering page on our website under “Get Involved”
    3. Create Club Bylaws – Must submit Bylaws with initial club proposal to ASB
    4. Submit a proposal to ASB (use the ASB proposal and request form)
      1. Submit your bylaws with the proposal
      2. Submit any other relevant information (ie: notes from meeting to approve club including attendance and a calendar of possible events)
      3. If meetings take place using School Facilities permits must be requested and approved. Include space and time of meetings in proposal or submit a permit request using the link on the JAMS website here.
    5. Begin meeting consistently
      1. Make sure your permits have been approved. Submit the Club Application Cover Sheet or check the website under Permits or the ASB approvals link
      2. Always take attendance and take minutes/notes and keep them for your records
    6. Create Yearly operating agreements to include outcomes/goals for the school year
    7. Each year clubs are required to submit their calendar and budget for the following year in May of the current school year
    8. Each year in August or September clubs must submit the Returning Club Application and submit it to the ASB box in the Main Office

    Archery Team

    Stay tuned for information on the 2018-19 archery season.  There will be notices in the Friday Newsletter as well as on the Facebook page when we schedule an organizational meeting.

    Math Club

    Are you interested in doing more math and looking for a chance to connect with other students who are equally passionate? The JAMS Math Club is starting up again this year. Our focus will be on exploring new topics, working on challenging problems and exploring the hidden beauty of Mathematics. During the course of the year we will also offer opportunities to participate in various contests such as AMC8 and MathCounts.

    More info for the 2018-2019 Math Club coming soon.

    Rocketry Club

    Rocketry Club registration is now open for 2018-19.  This is a year-long after school program meeting once a week, 7th and 8th graders on Tuesdays and 6th graders on Thursdays, beginning the week of Sept 25/27. Students will design, build and launch rocket as part of the Team America Rocketry Challenge, as well as learn the basics of rocket science and the engineering design process.   Open to all, and scholarships are available.  This program does fill up, so get registration in early to ensure a spot – registration closes when full.  See Mr. Grevstad in room 221 or email for more information and signup forms.

    Vocal Jazz

    Info on the 2018-2019 Vocal Jazz club coming soon.