After School Homework & Tutoring Club
Temporaily discontinued due to Covid-19
Advisors: Various teachers throughout the school year
STARTS MONDAY, September 30, 2019
EVERY Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday that we have school
3:10-4:00 Located in the Cafeteria
Any students who need help with homework in any subject may drop in as needed.
NO ADVANCE SIGN UP NECESSARY.
A teacher and student volunteers from Torrance High's National Honors Society and Tarer Kinghts/Ladies will be on hand to help with homework questions. Studetns will SIGN IN with supervising teacher and will be matched up with a high school tutor for help. If students finish all work, they may read quietly, practice their math with IXL on a chromebook, or they may sign out to return home.
Students will not be forced to stay until the end. DO NOT CALL THE OFFICE, during homework club to verify if students are attending. The cafe has NO telephone.
SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere)
Advisors: Jesse Nova, Counselor
S.A.V.E. Promise Club is a place for young people to show their leadership, creativity and passion for protecting their friends, schools and communities from violence BEFORE it happens. The club will create a culture of inclusion here at Madrona and meets Mondays at Lunch in Room 10.
Advisor: Evan Snow
Thursday and Friday at lunch rm 25 Open to all Students
Students explore the world of classic cinema art with Laurel & Hardy and Charlie Chaplan films. The club meets twice per week (Wednesday/Friday) during lunchtime in room 25 and is open to all students at any time. This club will begin in November after Q1.
Advisor: Sajjad Khan
Open to all grade levels, this after school clubmeets once per week on Wednesdays from 3-4pm in room 24. Students learn techniques to hone their skills in solving challenging problems in a variety of mathematical topics in preparation for the yearly Torrance Regional Middle School Math Competition
Wildcat Justice Peer Mediation Group
Advisor: Carina Adra, Counselor
Wildcat Justice is a group of students trained in peer mediation that helps to solve conflicts in a peaceful, neutral, non-biased way. Peer mediation helps to create a more peaceful school environment by handling conflicts before the conflict escalates. Students work together in meaningful discussions and activities to better understand fostering tolerance, ethics, cultural dialogue and undersant the value of peace, security and interculterual relations. If your student/child needs peer mediation. CLICK HERE or the logo above to fill out a form for assistance.
Gay Student Alliance
Thursday lunch rm 10 Open to All Students
Mission: To provide an alliance between all members of the community regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity by building a community based on tolerance and acceptance striving for a world in which personal happiness of every one person is the priority of all people. GSAnetwork.org