Interstate 35
Math and Science Club By Blake Findley, Taylor Wiggins,
Kala Busby, Payton Brass,
Kelsey Ashby, and Mrs. Johnson

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1. To increase the number of students taking four or more years of math and science.
2. To increase the enrollment in the challenging math and science classes such as: Analysis, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, etc.
3. To increase awareness of careers involving math and science.
4. To help students that are struggling with math and science.
5. To provide students a unique opportunity for community service. Objectives

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Biweekly meetings
Math and Science Students of the Month
Pi Day
Tutoring
Fundraiser/Recycling Promotion
Math and Science Engineering Expo
Green Week
Youth International Service Day Activities

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The Math and Science Club meets every two weeks at 7:30 a.m.
What occurs during these meetings
Planning of upcoming activities
Brainstorming of other possible activities
If there is extra time, working on math and science homework or helping others with math and science homework What Do We Do in Our Meetings?

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Chosen by the four math and science teachers
Each month, one math and one science student is selected
Winners get to choose ten dollars worth of school supplies and/or food and drinks. Students of the Month

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From Left to Right: Carly Winchell, Brandon Truman, Taylor Wiggins, Chelsea Dykstra, Kaley Chicoine, Matt Heckman, and Amber Cleghorn Math and Science Students of the Month *This picture is of all of the Math and Science Students of the Month

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The Math and Science Club sold Bakers Square pies on Pi Day during lunch to raise money for Green Week and other activities
We sold each slice for two dollars and sold over two hundred and fifty dollars worth of pie
Every Math class celebrated Pi Day by having students bring a round dish or food in a round container
In some math classes, students competed to sell Pi, the actual number 3.14.
This was a week long process that occurred the week of Pi Day Pi Day (3/14)

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Pictures of Pi Day

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During their study hall, students in the Math and Science club tutor Middle School students in math and science
The teachers say that the Middle School students are benefiting from the tutoring and that test and quiz scores are improving Tutoring

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The Math and Science Club sponsored a collection of cell phones, ipods, ink cartridges and other materials
This served as a fundraiser for the Engineering Expo and prizes for the Students of the Month
The amount of money raised has yet to be determined
Also served as a promotion for recycling because it encouraged students and faculty to recycle electronic items Fundraising/ Recycling Promotion

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On April 23-24, students will be competing in different Math and Science competitions at the Engineering Expo in South Dakota.
Competitions include
Duct Tape Competition
Write-a-do-it Engineering Expo

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April 20-24, week of Earth Day
Monday- Plant a Tree Day
Tuesday- Recycling Day
We will go through the trash and remove all of the recyclable items and display them in the School Commons
Wednesday- Earth Day/ Half-lights day
Teachers will only turn on ½ of their lights throughout the day
Thursday- Conservation, Earth Day Trivia in Advisory
Friday-Wear Green Day Green Week

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April 25, 2009
The Math and Science Club will help clean Gerry Allen Park in New Virginia and get it ready for summer use International Youth Service Day

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From Left to Right: Taylor Wiggins, Kala Busby, Mrs. Samantha Johnson, Payton Brass, and Blake Findley The Founding Members

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Back Row: Anthony Spoerl, Colton Hurst, Taylor Wiggins, James White, Emily Larkins, Jelena Jesdimirovic, Blake Findley
Sencond Row: Mrs. Stephanie good, Kelsey Ashby, Kala Busby, Tricia Clingman, Kate Bobst, Ashley Mattson, and Alison George
Third Row: Alison Schultz, Katelyn Anderson, Payton Brass, Annie Seely, and Sarah Smith
Front Row: Mrs. Samantha Johnson and Mrs. Kelly Myers The Math and Science Club

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More Pictures

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Mrs. Samantha Johnson
Mrs. Kelly Meyers
Mrs. Stephanie Good
Mr. Tim Busby
Mr. Charron
Mr. Bill Maske
Mrs. Brenda Erickson
Math and Science Symposium Officials A Special Thanks To:

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