Clubs

Clubs for the 2022-23 school year

Each year, students decide which clubs will be offered at WMS. Here is a slideshow explaining how to start a club, what forms are needed, and how to join a club.

 

 

Clubs at WMS this year:

 

Minecraft Club - Coming soon!

We will be playing Minecraft on the Minecraft EDU server setup and run by the club advisor. This club is all about meeting others, talking about the game, building and making new friends.

Meets: TBD

Advisor: Ms. Burroughs 

 

Ukulele Club - Coming soon

We will teach and learn to play the ukulele. If you already know how to play, you can teach others how to play or just play on your own. We will play songs together and just have a good time.

Meets: Friday before school from 8:15 - 9:05am in room 105

Advisor: Mrs. Troyer

  

 

CTE Club - Coming soon!

Meets: Wednesday mornings 7:55-8:55am in the Tech Arts room 403

  First meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 28th

Advisors: Mrs. Enger & Mr. Morris

Click here for the CTE Permission Slip 2021-2022

 

 

Dungeons & Dragons Club - Coming soon

In this club, students will play Dungeons and Dragons, a fantasy role-playing game. This will benefit WMS students by allowing them to extend their friend groups while playing in a fun, inclusive setting. 

Meets:

Advisor:

 

 

Magic - The Gathering Club

Join us in the library after school on Fridays to play. You can join anytime and use your own cards or borrow some of mine.

Meets:  Fridays 3:45-5:00pm in the Library  Can join at any meeting

Advisor: Mr. Baranski

 

WHAM Book Club - Starting on Oct. 11, 2022

Join us for the Winners, Honors, And Mentions Book Club (WHAM), where we read award winning novels, partake in intelligent conversation, and enjoy each others’ shared love of reading. Digital reading devices are available for students to use for this club. We will be using Kindle devices for most of the books. Please check with one of the advisors to get yours.

 

 

Meets: Tuesday's 7:45-8:25am in Room 104 

Advisors:


 

Empower Club

A club for students of color to: find power within their own identity and develop strategies to navigate sticky situations, increase their knowledge about social justice and contribute positively to their school community, build friendships and laugh at Ms. Arevalo’s jokes.

 

 

Meets: Thursday at 3:55pm in Room 300 First meeting on Nov. 2nd

Advisors: