• MADISON JUNIOR SCHOOL ACTIVITIES AND CLUBS


    Clubs and activities typically meet after school from 2:45 - 3:10. Some meetings may be scheduled during advisory period or before school. All times are announced during daily advisory and then posted on the bulletin outside the main office.

    Listed below is the list of extracurricular activities available at MJS with the advisor's name.

    Cavalier (school newspaper): 

    The Cavalier is published two times a year in the Fall and Spring. Students write articles either individually or with a partner, and topics range from world news to school news to entertainment. Some of the staff members also work on layout.  Advisor: Mrs. Rosica.

    Conflict Resolution/Peer Mediation: 

    Conflict Resolution is a team of students that helps plan events at MJS to promote respect and a positive school culture. We meet during lunch in the fall and in the winter/spring we will meet on Wed. after school. In the spring, we will travel the the elementary schools to teach the 5th graders the 6 steps of Win/Win. MJS students will also be trained on the mediation process and may be involved in running mediations with other MJS students. Advisor: Mrs. Marotta 

    Fall Drama: 

    Gives students a chance to participate on stage as actors or behind the scenes as part of the running stage crew, lighting crew or props and costumes crew. Fall production tryouts are held early in the school year. Drama rehearsals will be scheduled immediately after school.  Students will be required to attend the full cast rehearsal once a week. Other rehearsals will be scheduled for smaller groups. Advisors: Mr. Brady

    Spring Musical: 

    Gives students a chance to participate on stage as actors, singers or dancers, or behind the scenes as part of the running stage crew, lighting crew or props and costumes crew. Spring production tryouts are held early in the school year. Musical rehearsals will be scheduled immediately after school.  Students will be required to attend the full cast rehearsal once a week. Other rehearsals will be scheduled for smaller groups. Advisors: Mrs. Chiarino

    Jazz Band 7 & 8:

    Jazz Band meets weekly from 7:05-7:50am(Tuesday). This group performs at school and community events. Students learn jazz, rock and Latin styles, as well as improvisation techniques. Many Jazz Band students go on to play in the MHS Jazz Bands. Advisor: Mr. Sabatino and Mr. Rossi

    Project Green Team:

    Green Team is an organization of students who share the passion and motivation to conserve and improve our environment.  Our activities and fund raisers are primarily focused on making our Earth a better place.  We like to think that every day is Earth Day, and want to help others think the same way.  Advisors:  Ms. Nering and Ms. Donnelly

    Robotics:

    The Robotics Team competes during the fall each year in the First Lego League.  The roster is limited to 10 students to meet the rules set forth by the league.  Tryouts are held during the second week of school every year, and the State Championship Qualifying Tournament is usually held the weekend before Thanksgiving.  The State Championship is usually held sometime in the following three weeks.  Meetings are mandatory, and held every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15-4:30. Advisors: Mr. Erdreich and Mr. Newbery

    Student Council: 

    Engages in community service activities, organizes social functions and acts as a voice for the students of MJS. All MJS students are members of the Student Council.  Council elections for officers and representatives take place in the spring for the following year’s 7th and 8th grade positions.  In October, elections are held for team representatives in grades 6, 7, and 8.   Click here to learn more.  Advisors: Mr. Finkelstein and Mrs. Siso

    Yearbook: 

    The yearbook is published at the end of the school year, with deadlines periodically during the year. The staff consists of 8th grade students as editors and photographers, and 6th and 7th graders as photographers. The only requirement is to be responsible for getting the work done on a schedule. Students are asked to fill out an application stating their preference for position and their availability. Weekly meetings are typically on Thursdays or Fridays after school, on an as-needed basis.  Advisors: Mrs. Young and Mr. Erdreich

    Other Activities:  Se the person listed for more information

    Girls on the Run - Mrs. Marotta

    TREP$ - Mrs. Siso

    Unified Sports - Mrs. Siso