Hillview traditionally has offered lunctime clubs. Below was a list of clubs that was offered during the 2019-2020 school year. For 2020-21 we are evaluating the possibility of continuing to offer our students the opportunity to participate in clubs.
Join us in the gym for intramurals. Mr. Eaton will open the gym to students for friendly competition with current PE equipment, including the climbing wall, basketball, and volleyball.
All students interested in an organized time to pursue personal interests in art across many different genres and media.
Students read high interest books and discuss in facilitated group setting - some facilitated by our amazing librarian, others by students.
Great American Musicals Club
Bring your lunch to the Music Room and watch some of the greatest musicals of all time! Bring a friend, microwave your popcorn and enjoy the show!
Moe’s Kitchen Business Club
Want to learn about supply, demand, and how to market a product for sale? Moe’s Kitchen Business Club will meet weekly to discuss products and food to sell to raise money for ASB and their goodwill projects such as Second Harvest Food Bank and the toy drive.
Interested in writing a play or a script? Join the Playwrights club and you can get started with a basic story line and unleash your imagination.
Come learn to play chess or master your skills. Online and “old school” games available.
Jeopardy Quiz Club
Ms. Kayton (P) & Mr. Vaughn
All students interested in competing in trivia-based competition representing Hillview MS on the “Quiz Bowl” circuit.
AIMS Social Club
Have lunch with AIMS students and earn Block H points. Make a friend, be a friend.
Club 41 is where everyone is welcome! If you've ever felt a little different from your peers, come hang out with people who will accept you for who you are! Your physical ability status, body size, ethnicity, faith/religion, family status, gender expression/identity, immigration status, language, race, and sexual orientation are part of what makes you special.
Stop Motion Film Club
Come have some fun building stop motion films with or without Legos and possibly make an appearance at HawkTalk.
Pokémon Go! Club
Welcome to the world of Pokémon! The Pokémon Club is a place where anyone can come to learn all about Pokémon! From trading cards, building Pokémon decks, playing the Pokémon trading card game (Pokémon TCG) or learning how to battle, we have it all!
Want to learn more about French culture, eat French food, listen to French music, and speak basic conversational French? Oui!
Brain Games Club
The club would allow kids to learn how to solve the Rubik’s Cube, riddles, mazes, puzzles, 3-dimensional connect 4, etc.
All students interested in learning and practicing dance/cheer routines for
Join the Spanish club, where you can have fun while learning Spanish culture. You will find food, songs, dance, crafts, movies, theatre, stories, puppets, and more. See you there!
Community Service Club
Every other Thursday
Mrs. Bustamante, Mrs. Goldman & Ms. Lang
This club is open to all students interested in participating in community service related events and projects throughout Menlo Park & beyond, including Hillview’s own Relay for Life
Drama Tech Club
All students wishing to participate on-stage or behind-the-stage in any of Hillview’s theatrical productions. Learn about sound, microphones, lighting, prop placement, set changes and performance technology.
Interested in cooking? Or do you just love food? Then you might want to consider joining the Hillview Cooking Club.
Every other Thursday
Discover your inner math genius through real world projects, designing and building prototypes, logic puzzles, math festivals, and math competitions (MathCounts). Who said math isn’t fun
A club for students interested in working locally to make a difference globally.
If you enjoy writing songs and are looking for a place to meet other writers and share ideas, join us for a lunchtime of music making. Features will include a monthly brown bag lunch concert where we play for each other in an Open Mike.
STEM Fair Club
Mr. Ritter & Mr. Espinoza
The STEM FAIR CLUB provides opportunity for students to participate in STEM Fair and prep for the event. Open to all students. Listen to
announcements for more information.
Newspaper Club and is a place where students can work on or create
Come play Badminton in the gym after lunch on Fridays.
1x per month
Announced on HawkTalk
Join Menlo Park police Officer Trask to learn what it takes to be a police officer and keep our community safe.