At Penobscot we have a number of clubs and activities open to students. As these activities begin we will provide information about them. These activities could no happen if not for all the AMAZING volunteers we have in this community. And we're always looking for more to share their interests or talents with our students. If you would like to be a volunteer, please contact the school.
Sewing circle is held on Thursday afternoons from 3:00-4:00 and is open to students in grades 3-8.
PCS Drama Club is a big deal at school, and always puts on a good show. The club is led by Ms. Tanguay and holds performances in the fall and spring.
Homework Club is led by Ms. Chandra and Mrs. Varnum and is open to anyone in grades 4-8, every Tuesday and Wednesday after school from 3-4.
Yearbook Club is led by Katie Shook and is open to students in grades 5-8, starting in the fall. It is a fun club for students who like photography, working on the computer and layout design. Members also help in raising funds to create the yearbook.
Lego Robotics starts in the winter is is open to students in grades 5-8. This club is led by Bill Perkins and has a strong focus on collaboration and problem solving. Students get the chance to compete a competition as well.
Cross country is a club activity that is combined with Castine and coached by Katrina Dagan. It is open to students in grades 5-8.
Student Leaders meet once a week with Ms. Chandra. The focus is on becoming better leaders in our school and community. This includes all grade 7 and 8 students and they play a very active role in leading school activities.
Cheering is a club sport at PCS. Students in grades 5-8 practice after school and cheer at home basketball games. It starts up in November and lasts through the basketball season. Cheerleaders will also compete in competitions when available. They are led by Cori-Lynn Noddin and Darcy Currier.