WHMS Clubs-Sports-Activities 2018-19
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Club / Athletics/Team NameAdvisor Contact InfoTime of yearClub DescriptionAdditional Information
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Beautification Club Nathan Knuth knuthn@elmbrookschools.org Mark Oelstrom oelstrom@elmbrookschools.org October-MarchFor students interested in designing and building creative art projects to make the school a beautiful masterpiece.Students interview with Mr. Knuth and Mr. Oelstrom.
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Chamber Orchestra (6 GR) & Symphony Orchestra (7 & 8 GR Band & Orchestra)Shelley Weber webers@elmbrookschools.orgJanuary-May"Auditioned" group that accepts 6th grade orchestra students wishing to perform more advanced repertoire including classical, pop, rock, fiddle, and jazz.Meets Mondays. Must be enrolled in at least one music class
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Cross CountryBoys Head Coach: Mark Losey loseym@elmbrooksschools.org Girls Head Coach: Linda Bergman bergmanl@elmbrookschools.org September-OctoberLong distance running. All grade levels.Physical and concussion form required
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Extreme Jazz Sarah MarmanSeptember-JuneExplore and enjoy the deep-rooted American tradition of the Jazz genre.Need to be a current music student.
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ForensicsDeb Uttech uttechd@elmbrookschools.orgJanuary-MarchFor all students who wish to develop or experience a variety of speaking and presentation styles. Students can choose to present poetry, group interpretation, demonstration, story-telling, humorous, or solo acting.Students choose a day each week for coaching
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Fun FriendsTammy Dentice denticet@elmbrooksschools.orgNovember-MayPurpose of Fun Friends ...
to provide the opportunity to make new friends in grade 6-7-8
to encourage bonding throughout the grade levels and teach the ideas of empathy and embracing diversity amongst all students.
Open to all students at all grade levels.
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Geography ClubAngela O'Regan oregana@elmbrookschools.orgSeptember-JanuaryDo you like maps? Culture? Learning about the world? Then Geography Club is for you! Once a week we will explore various topics and places and challenge one another with a mock geography bee. Runs on Wednesdays.
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Liz Marsack marsackl@elmbrookschools.orgSeptember - June ** Meets at Pilgrim Park Middle School**This club is primarily for students who previously attended Milwaukee German Immersion School, to get together to maintain and build upon previously gained proficiency in German. Activities will include (but are not limited to): conversation, book clubs, cultural projects, playing language games, participating in local cultural events. We will also be looking for ways to share German culture with newer German learners! Runs on Tuesdays.
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Girls Who CodeBetsy McGinn mcginnb@elmbrookschools.orgSeptember-JuneGirls meet and learn practical computer skills while building fun, hands on coding projects. Activities include team building, making new friends, and career exploration. Sixth grade girls only.Wednesdays from 2:30-3:30. Room 167
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Homework AdvantageTDBOctober-AprilWould you like the opportunity to get a head start on homework or make up missing assignments with teacher assistance? Homework Advantage is a quiet enviroment to get help studying and prepare for tests and future assignments.
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History ClubAngela O'Regan oregana@elmbrookschools.org Sherri Michalowski michalos@elmbrookschools.orgSeptember-AprilThis club is a great way for students to engage in fun activities while learning about history.Mondays
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IntramuralsMark Losey loseym@elmbrookschools.orgOctober-MarchVarious activities for students to engage in for fun and physical health such as: floor hockey, fitness, ping pong.Four sessions throughout the school year.
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Jazz LabSarah MarmanSeptember-JuneExplore and enjoy the deep-rooted American tradition of the Jazz genre.
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First Lego LeagueJuday Scaro scaroj@elmbrookschools.orgSeptember-April. Students eliminated from the competition may be done as early as January.FIRST LEGO League (FLL) is an international competition organized by FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) for elementary and middle school students. Every August, FIRST LEGO League introduces a scientific and real-world challenge for teams to research and present solutions to. The competitions include 3 aspects, programming a robot to complete "missions" made of Legos, research and find a solution to a real world problem and demonstrate aspects of the CORE values throughout their communities. WHMS sponsors teams that participate in these competitions.
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Math Counts
Trish St George stgeorgt@elmbrookschools.orgOctober-MarchStrives to engage middle school students of all ability and interest levels in fun, challening math programs, in order to expland their academic and professional opportunities.
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Makers SpaceJuday Scaro scaroj@elmbrookschools.orgSeptember-JuneMakers Space is an area in the LMC that is meant to have students, create, design and build using different tools, materials, Legos and your imagination! Bring your friends, have some fun, and create something unique today! Open to all students during lunch. There are also after school challenges planned throughout the school year.
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Minecraft ClubBetsy McGinn mcginnb@elmbrookschools.orgOctober-MarchFor those students interested in gaming, building, and adventure.Open to 7th and 8th grade students
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Mock Trial Club Jon Vogt vogtj@elmbrookschools.orgNovember-MarchStudents in the Mock Trial Club study murder, crime, and the American court system. Students practice their investigative and questioning skills, then apply them to a real murder case. The season culminates with conducting a trial at the Waukesha County Courthouse. Please visit our website for more information.tinyurl.com/whmocktrial
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National Junior Honor Society
Tiffany Tweig tweigt@elmbrookschools.org Returning Members September-May New Members November-MayNJHS is a club for 7th and 8th grade students to demonstrate and develop skills in leadership, service, character, and citizenship.New member application, service log & meeting dates
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Roots Club Tammy Dentice denticet@elmbrooksschools.orgMarch-MayPurpose of Roots Club
to introduce gardening - the recognition of plants - basic flower arrangements - and the knowledge of their community
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Ski & Board ClubApril Heyden heydena@elmbrookschools.org Mark Losey loseym@elmbrookschools.orgNovember-FebruaryA fun ski and snowboarding club for all students! Come and learn to ski or snowboard Advanced skiers head right to the hills to ski with your friends!Click here for additional information.

4 ski events and 1 full day event Parent meeting required
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Solo EnsembleShelley Weber webers@elmbrookschools.org Will Berendsen berendsw@elmbrookschools.org Mike Rakowiecki rakowiem@elmbrookschools.orgJanuary-MarchCurrent music students have the opportunity to engage in musical competition.Solo Ensemble DATE
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Spelling Bee
CallyAnn Meulemans meulemac@elmbrookschools.orgOctober-DecemberIf you have a love of spelling words, this is for you!Spelling Bee Information Letter
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Super SingersWill Berendsen berendsw@elmbrookschools.orgSeptember-JuneSuper Singers is an extra curricular choir at WHMS for 6th grade students who are interested in singing Pop and Broadway music. Super Singers meets Mondays after school until 3:30 and is open to all 6th grade students, regardless if they are in Choir, Band, or Orchestra. Super Singers is not an auditioned ensemble; all that is required to join is a permission slip! Must be enrolled in at least one music class
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Symphony OrchestraShelley Weber webers@elmbrookschools.orgJanuary-May"Auditioned" group that accepts 7/8th grade orchestra and band students to perform advanced repertoire for full symphony orchestra. Must be enrolled in at least one music class. Meets on Fridays.
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Track 7th & 8th GR OnlyMark Losey loseym@elmbrooksschools.org Huel Sanders sandersh@elmbrooksschools.orgMarch-MayOpportunity to participate as a team with a variety of events to try. 7th and 8th grade only.Physical and concussion form required Parent meeting required - mid February
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Vocal Ensemble Showcase SingersWill Berendsen berendsw@elmbrookschools.orgSeptember-JuneVariety of fun activities on a Friday night where everyone is welcome!!Must be enrolled in at least one music class
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Wildcat DrumlineMike Hernke hernkem@elmbrookschools.orgSeptember-JuneHave a love of percussion? Learn the art of being a member of a drumline.
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Wildcat YearbookJake Paul paulj@elmbrookschools.org Jane Peavler peavlerj@elmbrookschools.orgOctober-MarchTake photos, create pages, and help distribute the yearbook to our WHMS community.Yearbooks distributed in June.
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WrestlingHuel Sanders sandersh@elmbrookschools.orgOctober-JanuaryOpen to all grade levels and boys and girls.
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