We have a variety of clubs for students to participate in at Marston. Some clubs were begun based on student interests, like the Art Club, Origami Club, and Video Game Club. Other clubs were created based on ideas generated by staff members, like the Reading Club, Family Fitness Club, and Intramural Club. Some clubs are created around classes, such as the Yearbook Club, Spanish Club, and the AVID Club. Some clubs were created for students who meet certain requirements. For instance, students who are in the California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF) have very specific grade point average requirements.
Regardless of the manner in which the clubs are formed, they are open to all students who have a desire to participate in their activities.
Students, teachers, or staff members who have an idea about a club he/she would like to form need to complete the following steps:
Identify a purpose for the club.
Get a certificated staff member to agree to be the sponsor (teacher, counselor, resource teacher,librarian, vice principal, etc.).
Complete the paperwork (with the help of the sponsor).
Submit the paper work to ASB for approval and then to the Principal.
Have fun in your new club!