• PRM Clubs and Activities

     

     

    7th grade Class Committee

    Advisor: Mrs. Cuccio & Mrs. Stickley

     

    The Seventh Grade Class Committee is composed of motivated 7th grade students interested in giving back to both the school and the local community.  The annual students’ activities are focused on addressing the principles of Pearl R Miller’s Pillars of Character which are trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. Previous 7th Grade Class Committee activities have included collecting for the local food pantry and animal shelter to supporting various school theme weeks and decorating for the annual Winter Dance. These activities vary from year to year as they are driven by the needs of the school and local community. 

     

    8th Grade Class Committee

    Advisors: Mrs. Bracken & Mrs. Sutphen

     

    The Eighth Grade Class Committee consists of two representatives from each homeroom. The goals of the committee is to plan and execute many 8th grade activities.  Some of the activities include fundraisers, and community service projects to help support the community.  Committee members help organize the class T-shirts, graduation activities, the winter dance, Field Day activities, and contribute to school spirit and leadership opportunities. Meetings will be held virtually this year, approximately once per month.  

     

    Jazz Rock Ensemble

    Advisor: Mr. Scanlon

     

    The Jazz Rock ensemble is open to all students that play the following instruments: trumpet, saxophone, trombone, drum-set, piano, electric guitar and electric bass.  The ensemble begins later December or early January with open auditions through January.  All practices will be held before school on Thursdays from 7:30 pm to 8:15 AM in the band room.   All students are encouraged to come out and try their best to contribute to the ensemble.  Most In person rehearsals will be in small groups to provide social distancing and will be combined with virtual meets. The rhythm section will rehearse in person the majority of the time because they can play wearing a face covering. 

     

    Peer Mentors

    Advisors: Mrs. McClain & Mrs. Strunz

     

    Peer Mentors participate in a variety of activities to help support the incoming 5th graders and new students to feel welcome and comfortable in the PRM community.  The students are encouraged to be role models for the entire community by displaying characteristics that are associated with our Full Values and Pillars of Character.  Throughout the year, Peer Mentors are involved in a number of activities including providing tours during the summer and the end of the year, which may be virtual or in-person, holding lunch meetings with 6th graders (outside or virtually), and going “into” classrooms to do lessons on a variety of Social Emotional Learning topics at PRM, Stonybrook, and Kiel School. In the past Peer Mentors have helped during 8th grade Career Day and assisted the counselors with other special activities and projects. 

     

    PM Choir (Proud Musicians)

    Advisor: Mrs. Wallace

     

    Love to sing? Ready for a choral challenge? PRM’s award winning Proud Musicians (PM) Choir offers interested choristers the opportunity to sing music of varied styles/genres of a high level. The requirements include a desire to sing, ability to match pitch and a commitment to rehearse. Acceptance into the choir is by audition.  The PM Choir will perform in the PRM Spring concert, as well as participate in adjudicated event at Hershey park in June.

     

    Social Outreach Club (SOC)

    Advisor: Dr. Medler & Mrs. Romano

     

    The Social Outreach Club (SOC) is a service oriented club exclusively for 8th grade students. Although this year looks different, we can still spread some sunshine to others and give back to the community. Meetings will be conducted virtually approximately once a month depending on the need. Students will participate in a variety of activities that aim to promote positivity and give back to the community. Activities may include writing letters to seniors in community nursing homes, sending videos of appreciation to the school community members, reading children's books online to be sent to elementary students, and other activities that may benefit the school and larger community.  Please contact Dr. Medler or Mrs. Romano with any questions.




    Student Council

    Advisors: Mrs. Cromwell & Mrs. Jeczo

     

    The PRM Student Council is a body of student representatives that meet throughout the school year.  Due to COVID restrictions, the 8th grade student body is being offered an opportunity to volunteer for leadership roles to help organize charity events, student spirit days, and acts of kindness to acknowledge staff and community members.  Our hopes are to create virtual competitions that help us continue the tradition of the Colt Cup.  Student leaders will continue to work collectively with the Advisors to promote the theme of “One School, One Community”. 






    Tech Crew 

    Advisor: Mrs. Eckert

     

    The "Tech Crew" is a virtual after school activity which offers students an opportunity to explore various interests to increase their knowledge of the technological world around us. During club meetings students will have time to complete computer technology projects like programming using Scratch, video game design using Gamestar Mechanic,  use Tinkercad to create a 3D printable masterpiece, or focus on graphic design skills using animation software and more. 

     

     

    TREP$

    Advisor: Mrs. Bracken

    TREP$ is the young entrepreneurs' club.  Students learn about marketing and economic concepts, create a product, and sell it at the TREP$ Marketplace.  

    Yearbook

    Advisor: Mrs. Davie

     

    The yearbook is an after-school activity open to all students in all three grades.  Participants are engaged in the design, layout, development of content and all in-house logistics for the creation, sale and delivery of the annual yearbook. Yearbook members get the satisfaction of seeing their effort printed in a hard-cover, full-color book that will be a keepsake for their fellow students for years to come. Meetings are monthly at 3:10 p.m. on a Tuesday. Check announcements. Sign in to your school Google account, open Google Meet and type in Davie 6th Grade ILA to join the meeting.