Junior High Clubs and Activities

Canastota Junior High School offers several clubs and activities for students to explore new interests, become involved in community service projects, and collaborate with their peers. Please review the list below and contact the advisor for more information. 

*If a club has an established webpage, you will be able to click the name of the club to visit it.

Club Name Grade level(s) Advisors Description
Adrenaline Junkies  7-12 Mrs. Bonczek

Ms. Couchman
For the student who likes to participate in fun physical activities, crafty projects, cooking/baking and community service projects. Senior High students serve as mentors to the younger members.
JH FBLA

Junior High Future Business Leaders of America
 7-8 Mr. Esposito Members attend workshops and participate in local, state, and national competitions in various business and technology subjects. Community Service is a large part of this organization.
FFA

Future Farmers of America
 6-12 Ms. Burnor Learn about the agriculture industry and gain experience through field trips and hands-on activities.
JNHS

Junior National Honor Society
7-8 Mrs. Kurak

Mrs. Stagnitti
Starting in 8th grade, students are chosen on the basis of academics and character. Each year these members make a difference in our school and community.
Marching Band 7-12 Mr. Buneo

Mr. Button
Members represent the school in various competitions and parades.
Mathletics 7-12 Mrs. Blenis A good way to boost math grades and a fun way to spend extra time by competing against other schools. 
School Store 7-12 Mrs. Garofalo Student run store that sells supplies and Canastota apparel to students and staff. 
Science Club 7-8 Mr. Lubey A social club for students who like science topics. Science demonstrations, activities, & current events are discussed.
Science Olympiad 7-8 Mr. Dwyer

Mr. Lubey
A project/activity-based competitive opportunity for science fans & problem solvers. Science topics & engineering (design) are practiced, culminating in a regional competition in the spring.
Ski Club 7-12 Mr. Lasnicki Skiing is a great way for students that are not involved in a winter sport to remain healthy and active during our long Central New York winters. Members will participate in 6 weekly trips to Toggenburg Mountain. Beginners are encouraged to join the club as free ski lessons are provided.
Technology Club 7-12 Mr. Lasnicki Members of this club learn about technology and how to use it appropriately.