CVMS Clubs 2016-2017
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Meeting TimeMeeting LocationClub Description
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Art ClubMary Loera and Jesse RamirezFourth Thursday of Each Month 3:30-4:30 in room 252This club meets the third Tuesday of each month. We are artists that promote art within the community through collaboration and creative thinking. All CVMS students are invited to join.yes
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Avant GardenJackie Slaughter2nd and 4th Thursday of each 7:50-8:10garden or 317Advant Garden is an opportunity to grow sustainable food that is native to Texas and to experience the wonder of growing and eating foods we like. Growing plants that are used as food also opens the door of how caring for plants helps humans care for our earth.no
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Board Games ClubNiel Erickson 1st & 3rd Wednesday3:30-4:45; Room 322Students will meet every other week to play intermediate to advanced level games for fun, competition and show off your strategy skills. You can bring in your favorite game or just join in on one of the club favorites.no
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Bookworm SocietyAidan LarsonBi-weekly TH afternoons3:30-4:45Rm 335We will meet to discuss and explore books across different genres as well as practice different writing strategies and techniques inspired by our mentor texts. We will choose two books per quarter. Students can join year-round, but after each new selection has been made. (Not in the middle of a quarterly session.)no
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Cheerleading Jaye White
Co-Sponsor (?)
Cheerleading / mascots for athletic events.no
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Chess ClubJudd Farris Tuesday and Thursday3:30 to 4:45321no
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Coding ClubWendy Nosal and Christiane Lauffer Wednesday pm (not first Wed of the month)3:35 to 4:30 room 305This is a student run coding club that will meet every Wednesday afternoon, except the 1st Wed. of the month. Students will be working with Python software to do different programming activities & projects.no
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Craft ClubKaren Rainey Last Thursday of the month3:30-4:30room 312Students meet to create make and take craft projects. $10 annual membership fee for craft materials.no
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Cross Country Amber McKinleyPractice: M, T, Th Meets: 9/15, 9/21, 10/5, 10/12(district)M: 3:45p, T/Th: 7:15a Meets: 4:30pCross country club is a club where you can run to your little heart's desire. A feeling of adrenaline rushes through your veins and feels your senses full of freedom every time you run. Whether you are first or last, the trip along the way is the journey that truly counts.no
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Kim Davalos Once a month AM and PM7:40-8:10 and 3:35-4:15in room 306Mtg to share a story/devotion and play a game related to the topicno
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French Club Marlo Mattioli 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the Month7:45-8:15 a.mRoom 425Students will be able to spend time with others who have an interest in French language and Francophone cultures. We will play games, sample French food, watch films, and go on a field trip in the spring.no
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Gay/Straight AlliancePaige Crain & Justin ElliottFriday mornings7:30Mr. Elliott's roomWe want every student to be valued and treated with respect, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. GSA provides a safe place for all students including LGBTQ students and allies. The club runs with peer support through discussions, activities, and social meetings.no
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Geography Club William Waghorne 1st Monday Morning of each month7:45-8:10 in 333In the Geography Club we will play geography games that will reinforce knowledge of the World's countries, capitals, rivers and mountains. Students will be able to compete in local and national competions like National Geographic GeoBee, Social Studies UIL, and more!no
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Lunch Bunch 8th Grade Book Club Laura Stiles varies (depends on book) all of 6th periodLibraryOnly 8th graders get to join, and they get to eat lunch in the library AND talk about books. I find that there are always several kids that say they've been waiting for 8th grade so they can be a part of this group.no
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MakerspaceKimberly Fritch, Will Waghorne, and Stephanie MartinRm 101Join us for Open Make Times, participate in a contest, or sign up for class like hand embroidery, sewing, book making, or cardboard prototyping.no
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MathCounts Melissa Gill and Karen Lin Every Thursday morning beginning Sept. 227:30-8:10 Lecture Hall and Mrs. Downs roomStudents sharpen math skills through competition.Students will take a placement test during the first meeting. There is no need to pre-register. There is a 5 dollar fee to join.no
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National Junior Honor Society Carol Holeman and Denise Loose 2nd Tuesday of the monthafter school in the lecture hallNJHS is an academic honor society that values service to others, leadership, character, and good citizenship. We enjoy socializing and fundraising for a cause that we select each year. no
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Capitol-BEST clubno
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Rubik's Cube ClubKeith MaCukEvery Monday3:30-4:15room 331To solve an academic puzzle. no
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Science Bowl TeamJennifer ArcayaTBATBAStudents must take a qualifying test to be on the Science Bowl Team. Science Bowl is a fast paced quiz game based on 6 categories (life science, earth and space, physical science, general science, energy and math). Teams will compete 4 vs 4. Participants buzz and answer verbally to win points for their team. Students who make the team will go to competition in March 2017no
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Science Club Arti Pant and Susan O'Reilly3rd Thursday of every month starting in October3:30-4:30Students will participate in a wide variety of science experiments and fun

Clubs Handout https://docs.google.com/a/roundrockisd.org/document/d/1x5gYdhxjVR249HkJ1I3B-6ISkM7W08SP1yu7HvNTnFM/edit?usp=sharing
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Science FairFaezana AliTBATBARoom 414Students will participate in Austin Energy Regional Science Festival held on February 15-18, 2017. There will be an introductory meeting for information regarding registration, rules, and procedures. Students will also receive emails of upcoming deadlines.no
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Scrabble Club Dorothy ShoemakerSecond Tuesday of month starting in October. The dates will be posted outside room #227.3:30 - 4:30Room #227Students will meet monthly to learn new words and strategies for playing the word game SCRABBLE!no
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Spanish Club room 429Vicki Malolast Thrusday of the month 3:45-4:10We will talk about the Spanish culture, learn to dance Spanish dances,and cooking food from Latin America. We will go on a field trip to Casa Colombia Restaurant and to the Bob Bullock museum.no
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Student Council Henry GarzaStudent Council will support the school and community through service projects, awareness and capital campaigns for causes that help our community.no
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Tennis Club Jacki GoveaStarts in January 2017Please see Coach Govea's website for scheduleWestwood High School Tennis CourtsLove, 15, 30, 40, GAME! Our Canyon Vista Tennis Club is open to all 6th, 7th, & 8th graders with all skill levels. Beginners welcome! Our season runs from January to May. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, January 10, 2017. There is a fee to join this club and you must provide your own racket. Lots of fun and good times are to be had! no
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Trading Card Club (Yu Gi Oh)Buena MuhoberacWednesday afternoons3:45 - 4:45Room 332Students can play a number of trading card games:

Yu Gi Oh, Magic, etc

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Trivia ClubDenae Schwab Third Thursday of the Month except Sept./Dec(Sept. 22, Oct. 20th, Nov. 17th, Dec. 8th, Jan.19th, Feb. 16th, Mar 23rd, Apr. 20th, May 18th)3:45-4:30room 304 Grab some friends and create a team or play individually. Each month there will be a different trivia category. Trivia will be played using Kahoot or Quizlet. no
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U.I.L. (Academic)Stephanie Taylor Starts December 1 and varies by eventTo be announced Mid NovemberVaries by EventStudents practice their chosen event with coach several weeks before the district UIL academic competition. no
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Baking clubJackie Slaughter1 and 3 Friday of each month3:45-5:00room 317fun baking a variety of goodsno
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Medical clubLaTavya CollinsEvery other Tuesday3:40-4:15Rm 404The purpose of The medical club is to enlighten young minds who would like to pursue a career in the medical field. We get together, share ideas, and learn from mentors.no
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Dungeons and Dragons ClubAngela YungEvery other Friday Rm 301Kids get to play Dungeons and Dragons and really exercise their imagination. Great for kids who love fantasy!no
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3D printing ClubJohn PowellEvery Tuesday3:40 - 4:30Rm 305Students will explore 3D printingno
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TinkersSmith
Every Fri. (Usually)3:45 - 4:30102Build and program circuitsyes
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Create Your Own Cards clubCollinsMondays3:35-4:15404Learn how to create a card game and play with your family and friendsno
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MinecraftJohn PowellEvery Thursday3:40 -4:45Lab 305To play Minecraftno
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G.E.M.S. Girls in Engineering, Math & Science.Jennifer Arcaya2nd Thursday of the Month3:30 to 4:15 Rm 430GEMS Club's mission is to expose, motivate and inspire girls to explore the fields of math, science and engineering. Girls will work together to decide what activities they want to explore this year.yes
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Junior HistoriansWilliam Waghorne Wednesday After School (Not First Wednesday of the Month)3:30 - 4:30 in 333Students get a hands-on experience in learning World, US, state and local history.
Through partnerships with local universities, organizations, and museums like the Williamson County Historical Museum, students are encouraged to learn about their local history and take steps to preserve it.
During field trips, Jr. Historians research and visit historical sites throughout the state of Texas and participate in year-end contests at the regional, state and local level, in addition to participating in various community service projects throughout the year.
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TAME- Texas Association for Minorities in Engineering Jennifer Arcaya1st Thursday of the Month3:30 to 4:15Rm 404The goal of the TAME Club is to inspire students to explore the field of engineering. Students will participate in monthly engineering challenges to work on skills in innovation, problem solving and teamwork. The students will compete in a local competition held at the University of Texas in Feb 2017. Open to Boys and Girlsyes
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Hello Girls Coding ClubVivian LauEvery other Friday 3:35 - 4:20Computer LabThe purpose of the club is to expose girls to computer science We'll meet every other Friday to learn about core programming concepts as well as web and mobile app development. yes
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Junior Thespian Society Paige Crain After each performance to calculate points
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Fitness ClubSarah NielsenEvery Friday starting April 21st7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.Gym
To get some exercise in and learn a
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variety of functional fitness workouts
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to share with family and friends.
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To increase physical fitness and develop
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a healthy lifestyle
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