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  SPORTS (We will be updating our sports programs as CDC updates regulations around Covid-19) At Price, we have sports running throughout the year including cross country, volleyball, soccer, basketball and track.  Sports are an excellent opportunity for students to get more involved in Price and stay fit!  Cross country and track are "no cut" sports - every student may participate.  Try outs are held for soccer, volleyball and basketball. For a yearly schedule of sports, please refer to the Price Handbook - above.   

The following list provides an overview of the clubs and other activities at Price.  Because students at Price are empowered to initiate the process for creating a new club, our list of clubs changes each year.  Information about clubs is typically broadcast in the mornings on PNN (Price News Network).  The PNN announcements are also available from the Daily Bulletin, available in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Clubs meet after school or at lunch unless otherwise noted.
  • Math Olympiad: A mathematics competition for students in grades 6 through 8. The goal of Math Olympiad is to expose students to methods of mathematical problem solving.
  • National Junior Honor Society: A community service club that focuses on Service, Leadership, Citizenship, Character, and Scholarship.  7th and 8th graders can apply to become a member in the fall.  Volunteer work includes providing lunch and crafts at the San Jose Family Shelter, Project Linus blanket making, Relay for Life craft booth, and helping with events at Ida Price.
    Contact person: Ms. Lindsay Mar or Ms. Kathy Hendess
  • Color Guard: Students participate on Price's Color Guard team, with opportunities to perform in school assemblies and other events.   Try outs for 7/8th graders are typically in September.
  • Contact person: Mrs. Lorigan

The following is summary that outlines our ASB guidelines regarding the process for clubs at Price. 

  • Clubs should be student driven
  • New clubs must be proposed in writing (by students), and approved by our student governing body (the leadership students)
  • A certificated staff member must be the advisor of the club
  • Typically, clubs meet once a week or twice a month
  • Clubs can facilitate fundraisers per the ASB guidelines and the approval of our student governing body