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Visit the Northside ISD box office at nisd.net/athletics to learn more.
The Northside Independent School District Athletic Program plays an integral part in student learning and the development of well rounded students. The purpose of our athletic program is to promote high academic standards along with developing strong character. Our coaches are committed to developing our young men and women to be the best possible student, athlete, and citizen they can possibly become through the spirit of competition. Coaches will motivate our student/athletes to always put forth their best effort in the development of their character, talents, and academic success. We are extremely proud of our Northside student/athletes because of the poise, character, and self discipline they exhibit during competitions. They exemplify what it means to be a well rounded student in Northside. We encourage you to show your support by finding a game near you on our Athletic Website. Enjoy the seasons!
Stinson offers the following athletic programs for 7th and 8th graders:
For more information regarding our Athletics department please contact our front office at (210) 397-3600.
2023 - 2024 Stinson Middle School Clubs & Organizations
|Club Name||Purpose||Sponsor(s)||Meetings Times||Meeting Location|
|CHESS CLUB||A place for avid fans of chess to meet and play.||Tanya Torres||Thursday mornings every other week. See sponsor for more information.||C218|
|Coding club is a fun way to learn the basics of computer programming, gain problem-solving and logical thinking skills, and make friends. The purpose of this club is to build interest in coding and requires no prior coding experience.||Mrs. Fosmire||1st Tuesdays of the month, 8:00 am||
|COLOR ME CALM CLUB||
Students will be able to express their creativity through coloring in a calming environment.
Wednesdays at 8:00 am
|CRAFT CLUB||Provides students the opportunity to create arts and crafts and participate in school beautification projects.||Mrs.DeArmond & Ms.Selman||First & Third Fridays @ 8:00 AM||D208|
|DRAMA CLUB||Theatre games, activities, and dramatic fun! Join us to get a glimpse of what Theatre Arts is all about.||Mr. Britt||Last Friday of the month after school. Some exceptions, see Theatre calendar or Mr. Britt.||STAGE|
|DUNGEONS & DRAGONS||
The purpose of our club is for students to build a gaming community that targets the academic and social aspects of playing the game Dungeons and Dragons and to teach students how to conduct team-building activities in a safe and comfortable environment.
|Mrs. Sierra||Thursdays: 8:00am||C203|
Students will compete in friendly competition and build a community of esports athletes.
|Mr. Martinez, Ms. Mendez, & Mr. Walker||Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays from 7:55 am to 8:30 am||C217|
|FRIENDS HAVING FUN CLUB||
Having fun with special needs students. Going to Special Olympics, hanging out doing fun things like dancing, karaoke, games.
|Ms. Kreusel||1st Fridays 8:00-8:30||B109|
|GAMES & PUZZLES CLUB||Students will play board games and do fun puzzles.||Ms.Garcia||Wednesdays @ 7:55am||D112|
|GAMMA SIGMA CLUB||
Leadership development program for girls. Girls explore common interests in a safe space while making friends.
|Ms. Kreusel||Tuesdays 8:00-8:30||B109|
|GUITAR CLUB||To inspire one’s ability to play guitar in an individual or group setting.||
Wednesdays after school
Students will learn to shelve books, prepare book displays and help our librarian keep the library running smoothly.
|Mrs. Fosmire||See Mrs. Fosmire||Library|
|MAKER SPACE CLUB||Students collaborate to create, invent, and tackle challenges using everyday objects as well as high-tech tools like the 3D printer.||Mrs. Fosmire||
1st Wednesdays of the month at 8:00 am
|MATHletes||Students will learn about using math to solve “real world” problems and learn about professions that use math in everyday situations.||Mr. Martinez||Wednesdays @ 8am||C217|
|MINECRAFT CLUB||Play Minecraft and other computer games.||Mr. Mezzles||
Wednesdays @ 8am
NATIONAL JUNIOR ART HONOR SOCIETY
Students must be enrolled in grades 6–12, have completed at least 1 semester of art in the school, and have a minimum art GPA of “B” (or the school’s equivalent) to be eligible for membership.
Ms. Maldonado & Ms. Duncan
please see sponsors for more information
NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY (NJHS)
The Stinson chapter of NJHS provides members an opportunity to develop leadership, service and a commitment to lifelong success.
|Mrs. Alatorre & Mrs. Lytle||Please see sponsors for details.||See Sponsors|
Students will play and discuss all things Roblox.
|Ms. Fleming||Fridays @ 8am||C215|
|PROJECT A.C.O.R.N.||Our goal at Stinson Middle School is to create a site where students can develop environmental awareness in our community. We want to create a vegetable garden and pollinator garden to establish and monitor Texas native plants, conduct soil investigations and develop an understanding of plants and pollinators.||Mrs. Grona & Mrs. Alatorre||Mondays @ 8am||C109|
|ROBOTICS CLUB||To build robots using LEGO Mindstorm technology to compete in the First Lego League (FLL) competitions. Teams create robots to complete tasks and give presentations about solutions to real-world problems||Mr.Adair & Mr. Patterson||Thursdays 4pm - 5pm||B121|
Students will learn basic sewing skills using sewing machines, practice fashion design, and using creativity in this craft.
Ms. Selman & Ms. Grona
|Tuesdays @ 8:00am||C203|
|SOLAR CARS||We will build solar cars and race against other campuses. Students will create their solar cars over a period of eight weeks.||Mr.Adair & Mr.Laymon||Fridays @ 8am starting in December||D205|
The purpose of the Society is to recognize fellowship and service by middle school students who are studying Spanish.
2nd Friday of the month at 7:55 am
|STUDENT COUNCIL||The Student Council is composed of students elected by their peers to represent them in decisions affecting the student body. The student council organizes student dances and other special events, plans Howdy Week, Red Ribbon Week, teacher appreciation week, and participates in community service projects.||Mrs. Treviño & Ms. Castillo||2nd and 4th Wednesday of the Month @ 8am and as needed after school||Library Classroom or C118|
|VOLUNTEER CLUB||Students will have the opportunity and have an impact on our community. We will go on field trips to the Food Bank.||Ms. Selman & Ms. Sierra||Mondays @ 8am||D208|
Students will have a space to share the good news with each other
|Ms. Ramirez||Starting Oct 3rd. 8:00 a.m. every other week.||C119|
|WALKING CLUB||To walk & make friends||
|Varies, please see sponsor for details.||D107|
Coach Appleby and Coach Gallardo
See Intramural Calendar for Dates
Stinson Intramural 2023-2024
Intramural play time: 4:15 - 5:45pm
Pick up time: NO LATER THAN 6PM
Activities include: Flag Football. Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Kickball, Horseshoes, Washers, etc.
ALL GRADES WELCOME!
Students MUST be passing ALL CLASSES to participate.
Paperwork Required for Participation:
Parental Permission Form/Contact Info AND Media Release Form
See Coach Gallardo in Room C103 or at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
Fall Schedule ( 9 days)
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Spring Schedule (19 days)
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