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Sci-Fi Club

Sci-Fi Club

The Sci-Fi Club meets every Friday from 2:20-3:00 p.m.

If you are interested in joining the Sci-Fi Club please contact Mr. Tagliente.

[email protected]

732-723-2200 Ext. 6028
At Memorial School, we encourage students to be creative and pursue their interests. The Sci-Fi Club provides students with an outlet to discuss their love of Popular Culture in an open, friendly environment with peers who share the same interests. Despite the name of the Club, we are not limited to only those with an interest in Science Fiction, but also Super Heroes, comic books, and adventure based characters & stories. Members will create projects & stories based on these subjects. We will also view classic superhero cartoons & clips from popular Science Fiction movies. Overall, this will be a place to both have fun and make new friends.

Why I Should Join
“The Sci-Fi Club is really fun! You should join it. May the Force be with you!” - Harrison Hallerman, Class of 2017

Student Quote
“In the Sci-Fi Club, we discuss new movies and play games; it’s fun for guys and girls!” - Shannon Lewis, Class of 2018

Criteria for Membership
Any students at Memorial School is eligible to join the Sci-Fi Club. Students must attend at least six meetings throughout the year to be considered members in good standing.

Involvement Expectation
The Sci-Fi Club meets nearly every Friday from 2:30 to 3:15. Members are expected to attend as many meetings as possible, and come ready to have fun, share stories, and be creative. Despite the club’s name, we are not limited only to those who like Star Wars & Star Trek, but also comics and superhero's, and any of the popular adventure novels and movies of the past & today.

Advisor Biography
Mr. Tagliente has been a 7th Grade Language Arts teacher at Memorial School since 2006. He graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a Master’s Degree in Communications in 1998 and 2000, respectively. He later earned his Teaching degree from Monmouth University in 2006. Mr. Tagliente’s well-known love of the Star Wars movies, in addition to Superhero cartoons, inspired him to create the Sci-Fi Club for all students who share his interests.