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Extracurricular Clubs

Recycling Club

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  • When: Tuesdays, beginning September 6th

  • Where: Ms. Hamilton's room - 118

  • Cost: Recycling Club is free to all EHMS students, thanks to generous donations from the Park City Education Foundation


  • What: We'll be digging the beds (weeding, turning soil) and planting seedlings

  • When: Wednesdays, beginning September 7th

  • Where: Meet Ms. Wallace in the cafeteria

  • What to bring: Clothes that can get dirty, sunglasses, water, sunscreen, and a jacket or sweatshirt for cool, windy days


  • Cost: Garden Club is free to all EHMS students, thanks to generous donations from the Park City Education Foundation 

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Garden Club

Chess Club

Recycling Club
Chess Club
Garden Club
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  •  Ecker Hill Middle School Chess Club registration for the Winter/Spring 2023 session is now open for all 6th and  7th graders. Please click the button below to access a printable version of the chess club registration form.

  • Chess club will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45 to 4:50pm, starting Thursday, January 19th. We will meet in room 119. Numbers are limited to 20. If not enough students register, we may cancel. Students will attend either the Tuesday sessions or Thursday sessions, not both.

  • Cost: $125.00 - Checks made to Ecker Hill PTO

  • Tuesday chess club dates: 

    • January: 24th, 31st

    • February:  7th, 14th, 28th

    • March: 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th

    • April: 4th, 18th, 25th

    • May: 2nd, 9th

  • Thursday chess club dates:

    • January: 19th, 26th

    • February: 9th, 16th

    • March: 2nd, 9th, 16th, 30th (**NO CHESS CLUB MARCH 23**)

    • April: 6th, 20th, 27th

    • May: 4th, 11th

  • Although the students will be encouraged to compete in local/state chess tournaments, it is not required.  We typically do a tournament the last 1-2 Sessions. 

  • Chess day will be organized as Follows: A typical chess-club session will consist of 10 min. snack/set-up,  20-30 minute lesson and/or tactics; 20-30 m practice day’s lesson. Students will have time to play for  enjoyment during this session and I can split the group according to ability and needs. Our coach will be  Mrs. Mason. Mrs. Mason is a chess player herself. She has run numerous tournaments throughout the  state and is the parent of one of the top chess players in Utah, Sam.

  • Please contact Mrs. Mason with  questions or comments at  

Book Club!

Book Club
  • EHMS Book Club will meet after school on Wednesdays with Mrs. Rude in the library from 3:45 - 4:50 p.m.

    • Start date: Wednesday, September 21st

  • Students will choose the book at our first meeting and each receive a paperback copy to borrow. We will set up a reading schedule at the start of each book.

  • Book Club is free to all EHMS students, thanks to a generous grant from the Park City Education Foundation.

Used Books
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Hablemos/Spanish Club

  • When:

    • 3:45-5:00 pm (with some longer activities...TBD). Students will be allowed to leave early if they take the activity bus at 4:50 pm, if they are being picked up by a parent/guardian, or if they take public transportation.

    • Thursdays:

      • Feb. 2: Salsa Dance Activity

      • Feb. 9: Valentine's Party

      • Feb. 16: Leadership Meeting

  • Where: Ms. Munoz's room - 209​

  • What: click here 

  • Cost: Hablemos is free to all EHMS students, thanks to a generous grant from the Park City Education Foundation.​​

Nachos & Salsa
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Art Club

Art Club

  • When:​​ Mondays & Wednesdays from 3:45 - 4:50 pm

    • Click the button below EACH FRIDAY to fill out the Art Club registration form so Ms. Scheetz knows how many students are attending.​

  • Where: Ms. Scheetz's room - 212

  • What: arts & crafts activities to encourage creativity :) 

  • Cost: Art Club is free to all EHMS students, thanks to a generous grant from the Park City Education Foundation.​​

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Parlons! French After Hours is a teacher run organization that will actively cultivate
respectful, supportive relationships while practicing the French language. The program will
engage students in fun French cultural activities such as cooking, crafts, film, games, music
and dance while practicing French and building relationships.

We will meet every Monday. Our first activity will be Monday 6 February after school
3:45-4:45 pm. It will enable students to converse in French in a fun way without fear of
making mistakes.

The French Club is supervised by the two teachers at Ecker Hill Patricia Muñoz and
Stephanie Ginard.


The goal is not only to practice the language, but to promote a positive vision about our
beautiful culture, while embracing people from the community.

For more information contact Patricia Muñoz at and

Learning is informal, meaningful, practical and relevant to their lives
and interests!


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