For more information, please email the sponsors of each club.
Whether you weren’t able to join Art class this year, or you just can’t get enough ART in your life, Art Club is the place to be! Hosted in the Art room with Mr. Meyer, we get to spend time together working on our own creative new projects, guide and inspire each other’s artwork, or just hang out in a fun, free, and safe setting. Come get your creative bug going!
The Battle of the Books is a district sponsored competition. Each school will work as a team to compete against the other junior high schools in a fun and competitive way. All participating junior high schools will read the same books and answer questions about the books earning points for correct answers. We will compete against each other for practice and skill building until the district competition that is typically held at the district office in April.
The Chain Reaction Club is open to individuals who love to showcase their creativity and ingenuity. Our group will work together to create one Rube Goldberg Machine that will perform a particular task.
Calling all Chess players and those that want to be. Join the chess team! It doesn’t matter if you are a chess master or if you have never played the game. The more players we have, the more fun it will be! Grab a permission slip from the library or cafeteria. Our first meeting is September 20, right after school in the Creation Studio. Everyone is welcome!
Club Unify is a club partnered with Special Olympics Illinois and is a place for students of all abilities to come together and form friendships that can last a lifetime. Activities revolve around inclusion, compassion, and competition! Sports and games we play ensure that EVERYONE gets their opportunity to show each other what we’re all made of!
If you have always been interested in coding, but never had the opportunity to learn how, then now is the perfect time to start! Students will develop digital literacy skills and explore multiple coding languages.
Frost TV is a student run live daily broadcast. There are both on-air and off-air positions available, and the broadcasts are seen by the entire school each day.
If you like to do projects and love STEM, then FUSE is for you! Students will take on challenges- each student can choose their own and work at their own pace. They will apply and develop a variety of skills, including design, coding, engineering and problem-solving.
Game club is a relaxing environment to come and play board games and card games with your peers. Have some friendly competition or just come out for some fun. It will be a good time for all.
GEMS is a club that is offered for 7th and 8th grade girls. During our time we focus on activities that involve engineering, math and science! Each year we focus on different topics that are student generated.
Interact Club is for students who want to connect with others, interact with their community, and volunteer to to make a difference in the world. We partner with Rotary Club with projects from the school, community, and world. We will start with a penpal project with seniors in our community. We meet 2 Mondays per month. Reach out to Miss Duran or Mr. Snyder by email if you have questions.
Do you love the written word? Do you want to have a voice in what books our library buys for you to read? Did you always want to work in a library? Do you want to introduce our new students to our Creation Studio? Do you love to draw or paint and create posters? Do you like to do Podcasts or make videos? Well, I’ve got a club for you! Join the Library Ambassadors! Grab a permission slip from the library or the cafeteria. Our first meeting is September 14, right after school in the Creation Studio.
Mathletes is a club that is open to ALL students who love math! In Mathletes, you will strengthen your problem-solving skills, practice unique and fun math problems that you ’ve never seen before, learn how to work on a team, and meet friends who also love math and solving puzzles.
Join Czarnecki in doing some good in our community! We will be doing seasonal projects to make others smile. If you want to spend time with others and are looking for a place to connect, then come join us! All are welcome!
After attending an information workshop that explains the year’s challenge, each team of 4 students will design and build a prototype or model of a fluid and pneumatic powered machine that will accomplish the task set forth. They will also assemble a portfolio of the work they have done to enter the competition. They will use their knowledge and skills to reproduce the machine they designed on the day of the competition.
Would you like to practice painting techniques and create a work of art each session? If so join painting club for step by step instruction to create a new piece of art each meeting. Creativity and flexibility are encouraged so you can make each piece of art your own. More information to follow regarding materials and meeting times.
PE ambassadors help the PE Dept come up with warm up activities for the classes, set equipment up for the day and then play basketball to get our heart rate going for a positive start to the day!
Pride Club welcomes ALL students at Frost to a safe place to learn and share about self-expression and identity. This club unites LGBTQ+ and allied students to build community, understanding, and support in order to become leaders who are able to advocate for themselves and one another.
In Rocketry Club, students work collaboratively to learn about and engineer functional rockets, as well as other machines related to rocket physics. Students that have participated in Rocketry club before at their elementary schools will be given more advanced rocket designs to create. Students will have the opportunity to launch their hand crafted rockets at the annual District 54 Rocket Launch in the Spring.
The purpose of Student Ambassadors is to strengthen student leadership qualities and show students that they can influence the school community in a positive way. Students will help integrate positive psychology with their peers to empower student voices to be heard in school and be the change agents for areas of improvement in the school culture. 7th grade students will be made aware of when applications are due at the beginning of the year and teachers will have the ability to nominate students that are leaders in the building. 10 students will be chosen to participate in the program throughout their 7th and 8th grade years at Frost.
Are you interested in fitness and improving your overall well-being? Are you tired of sitting around all day on your Chromebook and want a structured way to get some movement in? Or, are you someone who is interested in exercise, running, and physical activity? If so, check out Spartan Crossfit club!
Spartan Crossfit is a club designed to increase fitness for students at all activity levels. The club is run by Ms. Ancona and Mr. Christopolous, who will lead you through workouts that include a variety of movements from cardiovascular activities to lifting weights, and everything in between! Each workout can be scaled, or modified to fit your individual level and abilities.
Yearbook club will consist of students being trained on the yearbook creator program to compile the yearbook. The yearbook staff will vote on a theme and design everything including the cover. The yearbook staff will take photographs throughout the year at all the sporting events held at Frost as well as other events and celebrations that will be held.