Clubs and Activities
National Junior Honor Society -
Parkside Players Theatre Company - Mrs. Edgar
Parkside Theatre Company puts on 2 productions a year: A small fall show and an All School Musical every spring. In our theater group the students construct and paint the sets, design and run the lighting and sound systems, as well as designing costume and makeup looks. And of course they act, dance, sing, and preform on stage. We have received 3 school of excellence awards for our productions. Parkside players is a member of the the International Thespian Honor Society - Junior Thespian Troupe #89368.
During productions/ shows we meet M-W and Friday 2:30 - 5pm
We also run and improv group during the off seasons - which meets Tuesday's 2:30- 3:30
Meeting location: On the stage
Robotics - Mrs. Soucy
Students use robots to complete a variety of challenges and tasks. They are able to add and delete parts, as well as program, to enable their robot to perform better. Students also compete in tournaments.
Off season: Each Tuesday from 2:30 until 400
Competition Season: Tuesday and Thursday 2:30 until 4 or 5.
Meeting location: Room 111
Student Council - Ms. Gaughn
Student Council is the student government association for Parkside. We focus on community service and spirit activities for the school.
Wednesdays right after school
Meeting location: Library
Yearbook - Mrs. McIntire-Willis
Design the 2018-2019 yearbook, including photo layouts
Wednesdays 2:30-3:15pm through December
Thursdays 2:30-3:15pm as of January
Meeting location: Room 120
Please note: We will not meet every week until second semester.
21st Century Community Learning Centers - Ms. Proulx, Site Coordinator
The Manchester School District's 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21stCCLC) after school program envisions a community where all students are inspired to reach their full potential academically, socially and personally through the support of the program, families and the community. We provide an affordable, secure, and safe environment where students:
are engaged in learning are connected in meaningful ways to school and community
develop skills, talents and new interests
build social skills and develop positive relationships with peers and adults
build character and develop self-confidence and a positive self-image
are encouraged to be creative
The program operates Monday through Friday for 2.5 hours during out-of-school time after school and for 1/2 hour before school. The program follows the academic calendar. To join the 21stCLCC program complete the application form found in the office or see Ms. Proulx.