Activities


Hewes Middle School offers a variety of afterschool activities, so get involved and see where your talents take you in your educational journey.

Clubs

A variety of clubs are available each year. These may include:

  • Art Club
  • Chess Club
  • CJSF (California Junior Scholarship Federation with the goal of fostering high standards of scholarship, service and citizenship in 7th and 8th grade students.) For more information on CJSF, click here.
  • Coding Club

  • Creative Writing

  • Culture Club
  • FOR (Friends of Rachel) Club

ATHLETICS

In addition to after-school cross country, basketball and volleyball for grades 6-8, other sports (eg: hockey and tennis) may be available. Students should listen for information about sports opportunities during morning announcements.

Intramural sports offered at Hewes consist of after-school practice, competitions with neighboring schools, end of season scrimmages and festivals.

  • This is a fun program with no try-outs and no cuts.
  • Practices are held on campus after school, with occasional travel to other schools for scrimmages.
  • Emphasis is on skill development, sportsmanship and teamwork.
  • Students will learn the rules and strategies of each sport in a supportive environment, coached by middle-school teachers.
  • Both experienced and novice athletes are encouraged to participate.
  • Games will be self-refereed by students.
  • Each sport will last for 6 weeks.
  • Each participating student will be invited to make a donation to TPSF to cover the costs of the coaching staff and transportation to and from scrimmages. TPSF will cover all the costs for "Festivals" at the end of each sport season. All interested and committed students are encouraged to participate, whether or not they make a donation.

Tentative Schedule for 2018-19:

  • Cross Country: October 1 - November 14 (includes Dino Dash 5k on Nov. 4)
  • Basketball: January 7 - February 20
  • Volleyball: March 25 - May 1

 

Cross Country

in the Fall

Photo of students running

Basketball

in the Winter

Photo of students playing basketball

 

Volleyball

in the Spring

Photo of students playing volleyball

 

VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE 2019

  1. March 25 - May 1  (Donation Opportunity: $35 per student)

Email the office for a copy of the Volleyball Permission and Information Form so your student can attend this program.

Week Activity

WEEK 1:

3/25 - 3/29

Practice 3 hours per week (Monday, Tuesday & Thursday)

2:45-3:45 PM

WEEK 2:

4/1 - 4/5

Practice 3 hours per week (Monday, Tuesday & Thursday)

2:45 - 3:45 PM

WEEK 3:

4/8 - 4/12

Scrimmage #1 BOYS, Tuesday April 9th  3:30 - 5PM  - Utt, Currie, and Hewes at Hewes

Scrimmage #1 GIRLS, Thursday April 11th  3:30 - 5PM  - Utt, Currie, and Hewes at Hewes

WEEK 4:

4/15 - 4/19

Scrimmage #2 BOYS, Tuesday April 16th  3:30 - 5PM  - Pioneer, OH and Hewes at Hewes

Scrimmage #2 GIRLS, Thursday April 18th  3:30 - 5PM  - Pioneer, OH and Hewes at Hewes

WEEK 5:

4/22 - 4/26

Practice 3 hours per week (Monday, Tuesday & Thursday)

2:45 - 3:45 PM

WEEK 6:

4/29 - 5/1

Festival Team Practice (Monday & Tuesday)

12 players are selected by team members/coach/administration based on leadership & practice attendance. Playing ability is not the main criteria.

Festival:  Wednesday, May 1st  9:00AM - 1PM at Columbus Tustin Middle School

 

For more information on middle school sports, see your PE teacher or visit https://www.tpsf.net/save-our-sports/

Special thanks to the Tustin Public Schools Foundation for supporting middle school sports.


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All students that are interested in making efforts to be friendly, helpful, and kind are invited to attend these monthly meetings! This club is named for Rachel Scott, a victim of the Columbine High School shootings. Rachel's Challenge and FOR inspires and enables students and staff to bring positive changes to their school. Rachel left a legacy by reaching out to those who are different, who feel alone or picked on by others, and/or who are new to their school.

 

Graphic showing Rachel's Challenge

For more information visit www.rachelschallenge.org

 

  • GG4G  - GG4G is a club that meets monthly to support faith, fellowship and fun through games, food and guest speakers. This club is open to everyone.
  • PAL (Peer Assistants and Leaders)
  • Robotics Team
  • Speak Up Club (speech and debate)

    Building leaders. One speech at a time.
    After school on Fridays, October through May
    Develop skills in research, critical thinking, organization, persuasion and communication
    Lead by Dr. Cummins and Mrs. Mokhtari
    email Dr.LamHuynh@gmail.com to sign up

  • TECH Jedis
  • WEB Leaders

Students should listen for club information during morning announcements.