This page will be used to keep parents and students informed about the Clark Middle School Y-Club and any upcoming club events.
The Kentucky YMCA Student Y is a non-profit leadership and service organization. The Y Club is a school based organization chartered by the Kentucky YMCA that promotes critical thinking, leadership, and social responsibility through experiential learning, service, and community involvement with peers, adults, and YMCA staff. Through this organization, students have the opportunity to attend assemblies such as the Kentucky Youth Assembly (a 3-day student lead mock Kentucky Legislature assembly) and Kentucky United Nations Assembly (a 3-day student lead mock United Nations assembly where students learn about and represent countries within our world). The Y Club will meet once a month to discuss club business. Club meeting dates will be announced prior to the meeting. We understand that many of our members are involved in other activities and sports throughout the year and because of this Y-Club has became flexible in our means of communication. We understand that students cannot always attend club meetings. In order for students to still participate in the club and the trips we will communicate with students in whichever way is best for them whether via email, in person, or through our page.
Tomorrow starts our membership drive! Dues this year are $20.
6th grade pay to Ms. Herrington
7th grade pay to Mrs. Keen
8th grade pay to Ms. Taylor
Encourage your friends to "like" the page to find out important information about upcoming plans! We will start planning for the KYA Trip very soon!!
Clark Middle School Y-Club's cover photo
7th graders, Ashley and Kaille sleeping on the way back from KYA.
8th grader, Haley, & 7th grader Alexis on the way back from KYA.
One of the house commitee dockets.
8th grader, Chloe having fun during break.
Fun before the dance.
Leadership canidates closing thoughts before the dance.
Clark Middle having fun before the dance.
At the state Capitol.
Clark Middle School at the Capitol.
Reading an upcoming bill to be presented.
8th grader, Chloe asking a question about a bill.
Debating bills from all over the state in the Capitol.
Listening to students from other schools in the state present their bills.
Haley and Alexis presenting.
Students from all across Kentucky in the Capitol.
Debating different bills in the Senate chamber.
Sixth graders answering questions about their bill.
[03/19/12] Y Club members will be doing a service project with the Rosemary Brooks home on a Saturday afternoon. Post comments for ideas of activites!!
[11/22/11] Reminder: All fundraising money is due back Monday, November 28th. We will also be having our final meeting that Monday before we leave for the trip. Bill authors, get your speeches ready!!
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