Description of After-school programs

Glasgow Middle School

21st CCLC After-School Program

Descriptions of Activities and Clubs

Booktastic Panthers

Ms. Sanz

Rm. Virtual Library

The Booktastic Panthers will take a journey through Virginia Readers Choice selections and other popular YA titles that celebrate diversity. We will review the books through the lens of the Newbery Medal, Coretta Scott King award, and Pura Belpre award evaluators and put these stories to the test. Students will tap into their artistic and creative side creating book tastings, book reviews, book trailers, and other digital products to promote these books to other readers.

Art Club

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @ Home

Students can have studio time at their leisure and can learn painting, drawing, sculpture, and other art projects. Students will need their own supplies during distance learning. A new Art activity will be posted weekly.

Coed Basketball

Students with interest in learning the fundamentals of basketball and improving their play, this is the club for you. This activity will be asynchronous and can be accessed at your leisure. Please go to Glasgow MS After-School @ Home in Google Classroom for lessons.

Capital One Coders

Mr. Floyd

Rm. Virtual Classroom

Students receive instruction on how to code and apply it to real-world applications.

Cooking Club (Coming soon)

Ms. Concaugh

Ms. Massman

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @Home.

Students will learn how to cook and make delicious food selections in a fun virtual environment. Participants will need to purchase own supplies. Please see Google Classroom for updates.

Awesome Blossoms

Ms. Campbell

Ms. Delaware

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @Home Virtual Classroom

Female students will engage in dialogue to promote personal development, increase leadership skills, and support their peers.


Homework HotSpot

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @Home Virtual Classroom

Various Teachers

Students are put together into a controlled study hall group where they can receive homework help, project assistance, and further academic support.

National Junior Honor Society

Ms. Loeser

Ms. Brulenski

Ms. O'Malley

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @Home Virtual Classroom

The NJHS recognizes outstanding middle-level students. This serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship.

Voices of Now


Program Appoints Staff

Students participate in a drama outlining their storyline. The production is a stage at the famous Arena Stage where the students put on a final production.

Panthers United

Ms. Delaware

Mr. Portillo

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @Home Virtual Classroom

Students will celebrate culture and diversity, develop social-emotional skills, and connect with the school community.

Anime Club

Mr. Owusu

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @Home Virtual Classroom

Goal of the club is for students to share their love of anime with other members. Discuss the latest trends in anime and watch and enjoy anime with fellow club goers. Students will also participate in Anime trivia

Journalism Club

Ms. Grillo

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @Home Virtual Classroom

In Journalism Club students write a variety of articles that could be found in our online newspaper, the Panther Post. Various jobs include: staff writers, website curators, photographers, researchers, editors and more! This newspaper is to keep students and staff informed about relevant events happening in the world, our community, and on our campus. We will be learning about the writing process, podcasts, interviews, surveys/research, and will be doing broadcast journalism as well! If you love to write, seek truth, and want to share the news with the world, this is the club for you!

LGBTQ+ Support and Advocacy Group

Ms. Durgavich

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @Home Virtual Classroom

Our mission is to work towards a more accepting environment for all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

National Novel Writing Month Club

Ms. Stapula

Rm. Glasgow MS After-School @Home Virtual Classroom

Members of the NaNoWriMo will plan and write their own novel! October is planning month: we will talk about elements of a story, how to outline a book, how to develop characters and much more! November is National Novel Writing Month. Writers will set a goal for how much they want to write and then together we will give pep talks, help each other through writer's block, and celebrate our awesome stories!