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ADVISORS: Mr. J Pezzuto & Mr. B. Pezzuto
The Aspirers Club at the Susan B. Anthony is a community service group comprised of eligible 8th graders. Students are selected as potential members based on academic performance. Once selected, each student is responsible for attending meetings and for completing a predetermined number of volunteer hours in and outside of the Revere Public School District. In addition, students are also expected to maintain high standards of behavior and academic excellence. Over the past five years, a small group of students have had a huge impact on their community, participating in a vast array of projects ranging from the Walk for Hunger to tutoring their peers. They’ve put in hundreds of hours and raised thousands of dollars along the way.
ADVISOR: Mr. Schutte
Students will have an opportunity to begin to learn a musical instrument and experience playing music in a group setting. They will also have the opportunity to participate in school shows.
ADVISOR: Ms. Cabral
Ceramics Studio is an after school program for middle school students to learn the art of working with clay. Students are exposed to both handbuilding and wheel-throwing methods of clay construction. They will also learn a variety of glazing techniques for finishing their pieces. Space is limited to promote an artist’s studio environment.
ADVISOR: Ms. Dias
If you are ready to start winning arguments with your parents and friends then join the SBA Debate Club. The Debate Club meets weekly and students will practice parliamentary style team debating. The club will participate in local competition against teams from Garfield and Rumney Marsh.
ADVISOR: Ms. Menissian
The SBA Drama club aims to provide opportunities for students to express themselves through the different elements of theatre. Students gain self-confidence, build positive relationships with peers and staff, and have a chance to grow creatively by participating in the process of putting on a show. The SBA drama program exposes all students and staff – whether actors, crew, or audience members – to live theatre.
The Freedom / Newspaper
ADVISORS: Mr. Adelman
Students in the Newspaper Club cover all the news at SBA for our online student newspaper, The Freedom.
- Plan news stories
- Learn how to interview people
- Take photos and videos
- Write articles
- Publish online and in print
ADVISOR: Mrs. Waterberg
Students will have the opportunity to play approved computer-based games and board games with fellow SBA students. Available games may include Minecraft, Pokemon, Bingo, Connect 4, Sorry, Jenga and others. Students will get to know students they may not otherwise have the chance to meet during the school day while having fun!
WHERE: M312 (Ms. Waterberg’s room)
ADVISOR: Mrs. Waterberg
The goal of a GSA is to provide a safe and supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and straight ally youth (LGBTQA) to meet, discuss identity, and work to create a school community of unity, tolerance, and respect. Meeting topics will be age-appropriate for middle school and may be focused on topics such as personal identity, recognizing and responding to bullying and harassment, issues that LGBTQA youth may face, and how to be an ally.
ADVISOR: Mr. B. Pezzuto
Students will learn: Areas of the Golf Course, Rules of Golf and Proper Etiquette, Fundamentals of Putting, Fundamentals of Short Game, Fundamentals of Long Game, 8th Graders will begin preparation in transitioning to competitive golf at RHS.
Students will become school leaders. We will use the time for fundraising activities, raising awareness for various causes, implementing a school tutoring program, and other activities that we brainstorm together as the year goes on. The students will gain leadership skills to carry with them to high school and beyond.
Power of Know
ADVISOR: Ms. Cerbone
The Power of Know is a student group which works together to create a school culture that promotes positive decision-making among all students. Power of Know students are empowered to be future leaders as they continue their education, and engaged in schoolwide activities and learning opportunities. POK also serves as a supportive group for students who decide to abstain from alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) use, and encourages teens to live healthier lives by eating healthfully and being active in fun and creative ways that set them up for a healthy adulthood.
ADVISOR: Mr. J. Pezzuto
The yearbook club will be responsible for producing the annual SBA yearbook. Students will have the opportunity to take pictures, work with the layout and design, and distribution of the school yearbook. We are looking for students who are self-motivated, cooperative, and responsible. Students will need to be comfortable using computers. Creativity is a plus! This club meets all year.