Tri-North Clubs & Activities
Club Name Sponsors DescriptionMeetings Jazz Band Mr. Michael Ahearn The Jazz Band introduces students to the musical styles of jazz, swing, and rock. The students will learn about and use the various skills in order to play this style of music. See Mr. Ahearn for membership.
Yearbook Ms. Jane Reeves Selected students will assist with the design and layout of the school yearbook. As needed
Mrs. Sarah Ratzburg A competitive team using math and problem solving skills. Recently won the Regional competition and placed at State. As announcedScience OlympiadTeamDr. Martha BowmanA competitive team that utilizes the skills and knowledge from different areas of science in order to complete specified tasks and compete against students from other schools around the state. Team tryouts occur in October.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays
Sew Fun Sewing Club Ms. Jeanette Martin Learn beginning or increase your sewing skills
Tuesdays as announced 1st Semester
Garden Club Ms. Jeanette Martin Learn about gardening and try new foods.
Spring semester dates as announced
Game Club Mr. Darrell Frazier Learn and play games that focus on problem-solving, critical thinking, literacy, math, and fun. Games include chess, checkers, Magic: The Gathering, Carcassonne, Ticket to Ride, Codenames, and others.
Drama Club Ms. Danielle CarterWill cover various topics of stage craft and outside speakers may assist.
Y.E.S. ClubPTO Parents Youth Engaged in Service. Learn about service opportunities in Bloomington from our guest speakers, work on service projects, earn service hours toward the Volunteer Service Award. Make a Difference!
Once per month as announced
Makers Club Mrs. Megan Whittaker
See Mrs. Whittaker for details.
Coding Club Mrs. Anndra Morgan
Learn to code and work on fun coding projects.
FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America Mrs. Brittany Farmer @ BHSN
Tri-North students take a 1st wave bus to North for meeting with the high school club. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
After school as announced National Junior Honor SocietyMrs. Brittany Straw 7th & 8th grade students will receive an invitation to apply to NJHS in the spring based on their Semester 1 grades. 8th graders that were inducted last academic year must maintain their grades to remain in good standing. As needed and announced