Service Clubs

Best Buddies Club:
Best Buddies is a global organization dedicated to creating opportunities for friendships between people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. At the Middle School level, students in the club will get the opportunity to play games and form friendships with their peers who have disabilities, in a supportive and fun environment. All students are welcome!
Advisor: Mr. Madyun

Students in Club RISE participate in weekly service projects that cultivate school pride.  Students are required to participate in at least three service projects per year.  For the service projects, students help staff in students redeeming Phantom Phunds weekly by the student body.  Through the interactions with peers, members of the club are training to be superheroes within both the school and community.
Advisor: Mrs. Darby, Mrs. Grassley, and Mrs. Radatti

Fall Garden Club:
Are you interested in learning about growing and maintaining flowers, vegetables and herbs? Fall Garden Club students will have an opportunity to manage the well-established summer garden, learn about pruning, weeding, garden pests, harvesting food and seeds. Additionally, students will plant fall crops from seedlings and prepare the garden beds for the winter. All food harvested is donated to Ann’s Heart in Phoenixville. Come grow with us.
Advisor: Ms. Blackburn

Spring Garden Club:
Are you interested in learning how to grow your own food? Did you know PAMS has 8 large, raised garden beds? Spring Garden Club will focus on preparing and planting the raised garden beds. We will learn how to plant vegetables, herbs and flowers from both seedlings and seeds. We will also learn about companion planting, trellising vegetables and composting. The garden will continue to flourish over the summer and students can volunteer to continue their work in the garden over the summer (not required). All food harvested is donated to Ann’s Heart in Phoenixville. Come grow with us.
Advisor: Ms. Blackburn

TRU (TATU) - Tobacco Resistance Unit/Teens Against Tobacco Use
The students in this club help educate younger students on the effects of tobacco, peer pressure, tobacco advertising and the positive aspects of being tobacco free. Students will become advocates for tobacco free communities and participate in Kick Butts Day as well as possibly a trip to the Capital in Harrisburg to meet with State Leaders regarding eliminating tobacco from our schools and communities!
Advisors:  Mrs. Ferrara & Mrs. Evans

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