Club and Workshop Information

Santa Rosa Junior College Application Workshop: April 10, 2019, 10:45 am – 12:15 pm: Stop by the College & Career Club to work on your summer and fall application to Santa Rosa Junior College. You can also receive guidance on which courses to choose.

Collaborative and Project-Based Learning Workshops:

Collaborative English workshops will give your student an opportunity to work through his or her 9-12 grade English writing assignments, projects and presentations collaboratively with grade level peers in a workshop led weekly by a credentialed instructor. All workshop assignments done together by the group will take the place of practices, projects, and journals embedded in the Apex curriculum. Please review the Family Workshop Schedule if your student is interested in attending these workshops! Students must sign up and are expected to attend each week for the entire block. Virtual students may come to the site to attend these workshops.

There are many other project-based workshop opportunities available to provide social and interactive experiences for high school students and engage them in learning both on and off site. These workshops will provide students with elective credit as long as students commit to attending each week. Please review the schedule below and contact us with any questions! Our middle and elementary students continue to practice collaborative and project-based learning daily as part of their site based program.

Pivot North Bay Club Information

Middle School Club Opportunities:

Clubs are a great way to learn new skills, give back to the community and develop friendships. These clubs are a mix of middle school and high school students.

Monday 12:00-1:00 PM: Art Club (Candace Althen, Facilitator)

Tuesday 12:00-1:00 PM: Yearbook (Dana Durfey, Facilitator)

Friday 12:00-1:30 PM: Community Service* (Julian Rooney, Facilitator)

*Note: Community Service Club leaves campus and requires a permission slip for participation.

High School Club Opportunities:

Community Service Club: Fridays, 12 pm — 1:30 pm

Make an impact in our community while earning community service credit! Students will participate in community engagement activities and the primary focus of this program will include being caretakers of Paulin Creek, land stewardship activities and community engagement with a focus on social responsibility. For more information, contact John Halderman @

Music performance Club – Gives students an opportunity to explore different instruments and develop musical skills. Students will also have the chance to perform live. Students can learn cover songs or write their own songs. Different music projects are created based on each students skills and interests. We go to the Live Musician’s Co-Op on Thursdays from 10:45 am to 12 pm and have the opportunity to use their studios, which are equipped with drum sets, amps, and a PA system. For more information, contact John Halderman @

Outdoor Adventure Club: Spend time in nature and explore! Outdoor Adventure Fridays are a fun way for students to get some exercise, spend important time in nature, and make new friends. Each monthly adventure will have us visiting a local park or wild spot where the group will play games, tackle challenges, and explore an incredible Sonoma County landscape. John Halderman and a 1Rev guide facilitate this event. For more information, contact John Halderman @

Stay Active Club: Tuesdays, 12:00 pm — 1:00 pm

The goal of the Stay Active Club is to explore ways to stay active and develop a healthy lifestyle. The Stay Active Club is designed to allow students to explore ways to get exercise and improve individual health. The minimum requirement of the Stay Active Club is that each student will be required to be moving their body is some way. Students will be able to participate in team sports or they can choose individual exercises, including walking, to meet the minimum requirement. For more information, contact Ray Hammer @

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