Video game club is an opportunity for students to socialize and have fun together based on their hobby of playing video games.  Students will have an opportunity to play multi-player games against each other, play single player games, and spend time discussing gaming strategies and preferences.  Games will be approved on an individual basis.  Rated "M" games will not typically be approved, although one notable exception is the original "Mortal Kombat" for Sega Genesis.  There are several fun games to choose from, including: “Simpsons: Hit and Run”, “Monkeyball”, “Super Mario World” and several others.  Most of the games are classics, but are well known games that most students will recognize.  There are some more modern games as well but all of the gaming systems and games have been donated, so there are no “newly released” games of course.  If there are any games, accessories, or systems that a student can bring in as a donation it would be greatly appreciated, although definitely not required or expected.  Students are welcome to bring their own handheld gaming systems (Gameboys, Nintendo 3DS, etc.) AT THEIR OWN RISK. The teacher/school will not be held liable. will be expected to get along with all other students in the club and follow normal school behavior expectations.  Students who use foul language or treat the equipment inappropriately will be removed from their game. Any student may join the club, but “F” grades are not allowed. If a student has an “F” they may join the club but they will be put on probation. If the grade is not improved within 2 weeks they will be removed from the club so that students with NO “F’s” may have the opportunity to participate. Students in the club will be completing a grade check form once a month.  Students who turn in a grade form with “D’s” will need to complete a grade check form weekly until all “D’s” are improved.  Students with “F’s” on a grade check will also need to turn in a grade check weekly but will be dropped if the grade is not improved within two weeks.