Inspire Every One, Every Day

School Sponsored Clubs

School-Sponsored  Activities or Organizations
Chess Club Eric Schulz 240 Thursday 3:00 - 4:00
Chess Club is for students who play chess and want to get better, and for students who have never played and want to learn.  Chess games will be played online and in-person, so bring your computer.
WEB Jeanne Choun, Rachel Bednar Media Center Daily Home Room
"Where Everyone Belongs": 8th Grade leaders can apply to be in this club in the Spring of 7th grade.  WEB leaders help our incoming 6th graders feel welcome and included in our school community.
GSA Meg Stump 130 First & Third Tuesdays 3:00-4:00
GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) is a club open to all students regardless of their gender or sexual orientation. The purpose of the club is to create a safe space for LGBTQ+  students and those who support them, as well as for education and activism related to the LGBTQ+ community. GSA WEBSITE LINK
Math Counts Lon Holder 230 Wednesday 3:00-4:00
Math Counts is a fun middle school math competition where students challenge themselves to solve fun and unusual problems using a wide variety of strategies.
No Place For Hate (NP4H) Erin McCain,   Anna Burris Media Center Thursday 3:00-3:45
Engaging students and staff in dialogue and active learning on the topics of bias, bullying, inclusion and allyship that matter most to our community.
Lego Robotics Ken Hartley 206 Tuesday/Thursdays 2:55-4:20
Students partipate in First Lego League, which guides them through STEM learning and exploration, allowing them to apply their skills in an exciting competition while building habits of learning, confidence and teamwork skills along the way.
Girls Soccer Club Rick Overton Sports Field 2 days a week TBD TBD
This is a fun club for 7th and 8th grade girls, 25 spots, after spring break we play for a few weeks.
Boys Soccer Club Rick Overton Sports Field Games- Tuesday or Thursday After school
This is a fun club for 7th and 8th grade boys, 25 spots, in September/October we play for a few weeks.
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