Alex: Hi! Are you new here?
Louisa: Oh. Hello. Yeah. My name is Louisa.
My dad just moved here for his job.
Amy: Well, I'm Amy, and this is my brother, Alex.
Louisa: Nice to meet you.
Jerry: I'm Jerry. I'm in the basketball club.
Have you found a club yet?
Louisa: Club? Not yet.
Back home, I was in the dance club.
Regina: Cool. I'm Regina.
Are you interested in cheerleading?
No, I don't like to go to the games.
Jane: I'm in the Poets' Cards club.
I'm Jane, by the way.
Louisa: Poets' Cards club? What's that?
George: I'm George, and I'm in the Poets' Cards club, too.
We memorize famous lines from poems on cards.
Alex: Poets' Cards is a card game.
They sit around while someone reads a line from a poem,
and try to grab the card for that poem first.
Louisa: That sounds like an interesting way to learn literature.
Is there a dance club?
Regina: We have a cheerleading dance club.
They help with the cheerleading,
but they also compete at performing cheerleadiing routines.
Louisa: Well, can I visit and watch a few clubs?
Jerry: Sure! We can show you around after school.
Amy: Mrs. Brown, our homeroom teacher,
can get you a list of clubs.
Jane: And then we'll help you find them.