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Below is a list of various clubs and activities open to students at CLMS. Specific starting and meeting dates will be announced as they are known. Students will sign up with the advisor and receive a permission slip and other pertinent information. Please contact the advisor with any questions.
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Title of Club/ActivityAdvisor Name(s)Description of ClubMeeting Dates- as specifically as possibleLocationOther Information
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Rubik's Cube ClubHeather JoynerThis is club meets regularly after school on Mondays. I will annouce which Mondays soon. Watch the announcements!! Students come to learn how to solve the cube and participate in the creation of our school mosaics. A couple of Mondays a month days after school through the school year. S105
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Student CouncilKelly Barnes and Lori HauserStudent Council is a group of highly motivated students who want to improve our school culture through exemplary leadership and dedication. Student Council members set high standards for themselves, in and out of school, and serve as representatives for their peers and schoolTBD
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Morning Announcements ClubEd TorresMorning announcements club allows students to be part of the daily announcements. The club meets after school so that students can be trained to be an anchor or part of the tech crew. The club also discusses and tests new ideas to be implemented into the announcements.TBDClub meets in M120 usually on Mondays.
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Math CountsHeather JoynerA national middle school mathematics competition that builds problem solving skills and fosters achievement. We meet weekly after school to prepare for our competition in early February. Tuesday's after school until about MarchS105Saturday Competition in February. Date to be announced
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Perler Beads ClubAmanda DeojayStudents will use Perler Beads to create various pieces. Weekly themes are provided, and are optional. Space is limited to 12-15 students (no more than 15) each week. Participation varies weekly. Students can sign up (once the club starts) in L200 starting on Mondays of every week. NOTE: This club will likely run 2x (again the spring, if stipend is available).TBD - listen for announcementsL200
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Spanish ClubClaudia DearbornLearn, explore and promote awareness of Hispanic cultures. Practice Spanish and promote cultural diversity. TBDL201
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French ClubAmanda DeojayThis club will gather to celebrate France and the French-speaking world, and participate in a variety of activities related to French culture.TBD - listen for announcements
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Art ClubMrs. Provo-ParkerArt Club provides students who have an interest in art, an opportunity to explore art beyond what is offered in the curriculum. Students will work individually and in groups.Art Club will meet on Mondays. Our first meeting is Monday, September 26, 2022. A list of meeting dates and our Google Classroom code will be given to students at our first meetig.Clark Lane Art Room M117Students should bring a smock to Art Club.
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GSAMark Higgins, Erin HellerThe CLMS GSA (formerly known as the gay straight alliance) provides support for students who are personally exploring (or who have family members/friends that are dealing with) issues regarding sexuality and gender identity. Students who identify as members of the LGBTQIA community and those who consider themselves allies are encouraged to attend. We cover topics such as self-acceptance, and bullying/harassment as well as historic and contemporary issues facing LGBTQIA people. Additionally the group strives to build a greater awareness of the LGBTQIA community here at CLMS and within the larger Waterford Public School System. Every other Tuesday starting Sept. 27th Library
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Stress Free ClubAngela KoningStress Free club focuses on managing stress in the student life. We explore stress management techniques and options for students to seek assistance when needed at school and home. Each session a new option or technique is given and time to implement the given options is given. Such options include calming down and relaxation through: music, coloring, puzzles, talking, physical activity, art, and reading. Wednesdays starting October 19th - Feb. 1LibraryBring snacks and water bottles, though snacks may also be provided.
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Hogwarts ClubAngela KoningExplore and participate in Harry Potter/ Hogwarts activities, while building friendships based on similar interests. Various Hogwarts themed activities are planned to engage students and build new friendships within the school environment. We also plan on viewing one of the movies at the end of the sessions time.Wednesdays- March 1,8,15,22,29; April 4,19,26; May 3,10,17,24,31Library
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Jazz Band(s)Aaron RobargeJazz band ensembles are performing groups for students wishing to learn more about jazz styles in music and improvising. Students are given specific instruction for their instruments as well as skills for soloing and writing their own solos. Performances are given at evening concerts and other events throughout the year. Jazz bands rehearse before school once per week.Every Tuesday beginning October 4th thru May 23rdBand Room2:40-3:40
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Field hockey club - ACESMolly QuilesCome and learn how to play the best sport in the world - field hockey! Learn the basics and then join the team at Waterford High your freshman year! March Field Housegirls only
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Robotics ClubEd TorresStudents will design, build and code Lego Mindstorm EV3 robots and be challenged to perform specific tasks. Mondays and Wednesdays starting in Februarym120Maximum of 10 students.
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Astronomy ClubLee Rocha Jr.The Astronomy club is focused on introducing students to the night sky, how to navigate it, and the wonders of space! The club will meet on Monday afternoons. Students will learn about stars, planets, galaxies, black holes and other celestial objects. They will also have the chance to view some of these objects, when conditions permit, through telescopes, lern how to operate telescopes, and potentially how to take photos using them!Mondays afterschoolS109Telescope viewing will not happen weekly!
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Card ClubLori HauserThe card club is for students who like playing card games such as Magic the Gathering, Pokemon, Uno, etc. Students should bring their own cards for Pokemon and Magic the Gathering or any other specific game they wish to play. Uno, playing cards, and other card games will also be available for the students to use. Sept. 14, 19, 26 Oct. 12, 17, 24, Nov. 1,7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 6 LibraryNo sign-ups. Just show up!
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Encore!Lynn MasciarelliEncore! is an honors full orchestra ensemble. We will explore the more difficult levels and styles of music. The group will perform during SMARTS night.TBDM118
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Unified BasketballJackie Botteon and Mike Nevins"Training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding" Unified basketball combines athletes with and without intellectual disability on sports teams for training and competition. Practices are once a week and games TBD.Mid Feb-End of MarchOld Gym and Field House
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Unified Community ClubJackie BotteonUsing the same philosophy as unified basketball, unified community club will focus on how we can give back to our local community. Our first focus will be a Joy of Sox event. Socks will be collected and donated to out local homeless shelter. Mid- November-end of January
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