Clubs and Organizations

  • Grice Activities and Faculty Advisors.  Click on the activity to view the webpage for more information.  Please contact the advisor if you have any questions.  

    Student Council [Jessica Eichhorn]
    Spring Musical [Meghan Sickler and Daniel Simon]
    Yearbook [Megan Wilson]
    Newspaper [Rebecca Bingaman and Lauren Niglio]
    Instrumental Music / Jazz Band [Thomas Bonomo and Chris Wilmot]
    Vocal Music/Select Choir  [Marianne Pace-Sanchez]
    Red Cross Club [Rachel Reither]

    Bright Club [Andrea Garvey]

    The following list briefly explains the clubs & organizations that you can be involved in at Grice. Being part of a group allows you to meet people and gain new skills, so join one today! 

    BRIGHT Club:
    BRIGHT Club stands for Bully Resistance Intervention Grice Helping Teens. This club promotes anti-violence, anti-substance abuse, and anti-vandalism. These students meet monthly with an advisor to discuss issues related to their vision of anti-bullying and to plan activities to reduce bullying throughout the school. 

    Spring Musical:
    An annual spring musical is held each year. During rehearsals students will learn stage direction, character development, and performance technique. Acceptance into the show is based upon an audition. 

    Grice Gazette:
    The Grice Gazette is the school newspaper. Students in any grade are welcome to join the staff. Members will have the opportunity to interview people, write articles, and draw cartoons. It is a great way to learn about current events in Grice and to make new friends. 

    Jazz Band:
    This extra-curricular musical ensemble is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade band students, who enjoy the challenge of jazz styles and have a desire to perform. The Jazz Band meets on Wednesday afternoons until 4 p.m. Members are involved in 12-14 events a year, including: jazz festivals, elementary concert series, and our school concerts. 

    Red Cross Club:
    Red Cross Club is a service club which engages the students in a variety of volunteer activities. Community projects include, but are not limited to, three clothing drives, Thanksgiving Food Baskets, Holiday Toy Drive, and Spring Candy Collection. Students provide direct service to the Grice community by preparing collected Box Tops and soup labels. 

    Student Council:
    The Grice Student Council works with the school administration to provide activities and services to the students, the school, and the community. Student Council projects include school dances, spirit days, Turkey Shoot, Penny Wars, and Bunny Shoot.

    Yearbook Club:
    The Yearbook Club meets one day a week (after school) for approximately 4-5 months. The students help choose photos, brainstorm ideas for layouts, edit spelling and grammar, choose the cover, and help advertise and sell the yearbook throughout the year. They also deal with counting money and keeping track of yearbooks sold.