Speech and Debate Club is an after-school venture that encourages students to sharpen their communication and thinking skills. We will assist students in learning the ability to think and listen critically, understand and respond to opposing viewpoints with integrity and knowledge, and stay current with local, national, and international events.
The AFMS students work with a group of high school students from the AFHS Speech and Debate Club.
The same school-wide behavior expectations are to be followed during the club. If a student chooses not to follow school-wide behavior expectations, they will be asked not to return to the club.
Advisor Name and Email (@wcpss.net)
Mrs. Rachael Stauffer - rstauffer
AFHS Student Advisor Name and Email (@wcpss.net)
Maggie Snyder - email@example.com
Interest Meeting - Wednesday, September 13th 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm in the 1200 Collab Space.
Dates are as follows: September 13th and 27th, October 11th and 25th, November 8th and 29th, December 6th, January 3rd, February 14th and 28th, March 13th, April 3rd and 17th, and May 1st (one more date may be added in May)
Where: Students meet at 1200 Collaborative Space
Time: 3:30 - 4:30pm (students should stay in Bus Room until 3:20pm and report to AFMS cafeteria from 3:20 -3:30. They should proceed to the 1200 Collaborative Space at 3:30. (Optional - students may bring a snack from home to enjoy before the club begins)
Carpool Procedures: All students need to be picked up at 4:30pm from the front of the school or if they live near AFMS, they will walk home then.
On days that we do not have any events or games occurring on campus, please follow these instructions to pick up your student.
On days that there are games or other events on campus, please follow these guidelines for parking and for picking up your student.
If a student is remaining at school after the club ends, please reach out to Rstauffer@wcpss.net sharing this information.
This would include staying to watch athletic games or other AFMS sponsored events.