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Mission Statement:  Empowering today’s learners to become tomorrow’s leaders.

Motto:  Building Leaders

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What We Do:  Builder’s Club is open to all 6th, 7th and 8th grade students.  We are a service organization that focuses on service oriented projects in the school and community.

Advisor: Mrs. Kim Dressler




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Book Fair


Latest Happenings

SUMMER, 2018 — ABC 27 Visits TJHS!!


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2017-2018 School Year

2016-2017 School Year



Jennifer and Caren,
Thanks for inviting me to the pizza party and celebration.
Your Builders Club has done and will do great things.
I’ve attached one photo of each group.
My Kiwanis Club thanks both of you for donating your time and talents,


2015-2016 School Year

The Tuscarora Junior High Builders Club has been given recognition as a Distinguished Club by Kiwanis International.  They are one of just a few of the 1500 Builders Clubs in the state of Pennsylvania who received the award.  The recognition is based upon several criteria including how the club conducts their club business, how many service projects they do, how they serve their school, and how they spend the money they they raise.
The photo shows Richard Burkholder from the Kiwanis Club of Juniata County presenting the club’s certificate of recognition to Caren Mann, the faculty advisor of the Builders Club.  Several of the eighty club members are also shown.  Principal Aaron Bennett is on the left and Assistance Principal Clint Mitchell is on the right.  Both administrators support the efforts of the builders club and are proud of their accomplishments.  Support Staffer Kim Dressler who volunteers help with the club’s projects is standing behind Mr. Mitchell.
The Kiwanis Club of Juniata County sponsors this Builders Club and Key Clubs of East Juniata High School and Juniata High School.  More than 150 students are involved in the work of these service clubs.
Builders club award september 16 2015 (1)


Dance to benefit the Mifflintown Fire Company




 Teacher Baby Contest Winner- 6th grader- Emily Houtz


Bullying Prevention Dance




 Candy Grams to support Big Brothers/Big Sisters


Volunteering at the Perry County Animal Rescue





We have had our student news group hard at work updating our weekly bulletin board.