Block five activities are scheduled by the advisor/director and meet from 2:30 to 3:30pm unless otherwise noted.
5th Block Activities – Quarter 3
Description: Watch and discuss anime movies with other students who love them!
Advisors: Ms. Jenniges (firstname.lastname@example.org) and student Jane Carleton (email@example.com)
Meetings: Wednesdays in Ms. Jenniges’ Room (123)
Description: Build performance, on camera, collaborative, organization and prioritizing skills resulting in a monthly performance in the Star Studio at the St. Paul Children’s Hospital. Your performances will be broadcast into hospital rooms of patients and streamed live on the internet.
Advisor: Mr. Leaf (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meetings: Wednesdays & Fridays in the Loading Dock Theatre (144)
Description: Challenges yourself artistically to work and conduct yourself in a professional manner with opportunities to work with community artists and/or to work within the PiM community.
Advisor: Ms. Ciganko (email@example.com)
Meetings: Wednesdays & Thursdays after school in Studio C (164)
Great Youth Club
Description: In this youth empowerment club run by students discuss topics, watch movies, hang out, host events, fundraisers and more for the youth.
Advisor: Ms. Omernik (firstname.lastname@example.org) and student Grace Urvina (email@example.com)
Meetings: Monthly on Fridays in Ms. Omernik’s Room (117)
Media Arts Army (MARMY)
Description: Photograph and make films of PiM performances and help host photo shoots, make short films and edit using Photoshop and Adobe Premiere.
Advisor: Mr. Raasch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meetings: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and as needed in the Media Arts Room/Lab (127)
National Honor Society (NHS)
Description: The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
Advisor: Ms. Schauwitzer (email@example.com)
Meetings: Wednesday mornings before school in Main Office Conference Room
National Honor Society for Dance Arts (NHSDA)
Description: Leadership, community service, creating and sharing the artistic process and dance to the larger community.
Advisor: Ms. Ciganko (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meetings: Tuesdays after school in Studio C (164)
PiM Gallery Installation Crew (PGIC)
Description: For Visual Arts majors who want to help hang up and take down the No Shame Performance Gallery.
Advisor: Ms. Benincasa (email@example.com)
Meetings: Tuesdays & Wednesday in the Visual Arts Studio (129)
Description: Engage in school by planning and executing the 2018-2019 Junior/Senior Prom experience.
Advisor: Ms. Piner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meetings: Thursdays during Advisory in Ms. Piner’s Office
Description: Represent PiM as members of the statewide competitive speech team in the areas of individual, prose, poetry, persuasive and more.
Advisor: Ms. Omernik (email@example.com)
Meetings: Tuesdays in Ms. Omernik’s Room (117)
Description: Come and learn to play the steel pan in a fun, friendly, and very professional environment.
Advisor: Mr. McFarlane (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meetings: Thursdays after school in the Instrumental Room (156)
Description: Represent the school by welcoming potential students, greeting at performances, sharing your experience at monthly Information Sessions, and assisting with New Student and Freshmen Orientations. Must be a junior or senior.
Advisor: Ms. Montgomery (email@example.com)
Meetings: 3rd Monday of each month after school in various locations
Tabletop Gaming Club
Description: Play a role in planning what kind of gaming activities we’ll play. In the past we’ve held bite-sized Dungeons and Dragons campaigns, board games, and Magic: the Gathering.
Advisor: Stoffel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meetings: Thursdays in Mr. Fabsich’s Room (131)
Description: Technovation is a group of female-identifying students who are interested in developing a cell phone app to help the world.
Advisor: Ms. Klemme (email@example.com)
Meetings: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays in Ms. Klemme’s Room (206)
Vocal Jazz Ensemble
Description: Vocal Jazz is a challenging, and rewarding art form that is American in essence. This will enrich our students’ ensemble skills as well as their ability to sing a wide variety of genres. Additionally, it will be a place for students to feel a strong sense of community in a small ensemble.
Advisor: Mr. Deignan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meetings: Thursdays in the Vocal Room (155)
Winter Musical: “Bright Star”
Description: The PiM Musical is the synthesis of Vocal Music, Dance and Theatrical Acting. It emphasizes collaboration, communication and community is a way that prepares our student artists for life after high school. Bright Star is the story of one woman at two different points in her life: the first, when she is a wild young thing growing up barefoot and carefree in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina; the second, when she is a well-to-do magazine editor in Asheville, 22 years later. Her story is inevitably woven with that of an idealistic young man named Billy, with whom she shares a mysterious connection.
Director: Mr. Thompson (email@example.com)
Auditions: Monday & Tuesday, November 26th & 27th with possible callbacks on Wednesday, November 28th
Performances: February 22-24, 2019 and March 1-2, 2019
Description: A healthy life is a happy life!
Advisor: Ms. Jenniges (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meetings: Thursdays in Ms. Jenniges’ room (123)