Clubs

Clubs are ongoing throughout the school year and usually meet one to two times a month.
Each sponsor sets their own schedule and schedules are passed out during the first meeting.

    

100% Club: Turn in all assignments in a given quarter, have your form signed by all of your teachers, turn it in to your grade level office by the due date, and have fun at the year-end 100% Club Party.

Art Club provides additional opportunities to experience creative adventures in art. Types of activities may include fabric painting, sculpture with clay, paper, wood, painting, jewelry making, paper mache, origami, tie-dye, paper marbling, stamping, guests’ artists, contests and exhibitions. 

Book Club: A club for students to explore popular new books in a friendly, fun discussion group. Every month a new book is chosen and the group will have a monthly meeting filled with activities and engaging activities pertaining to the recently read book. 

Computer Club: Technology is explored and fun awaits those who join Computer Club. Students participate in developing activities for the year, which include: PowerPoint, internet web design, learning to use a smartboard, and learning computer software. 

FACS Club: Do you like cooking? Eating? Sewing? Then FACS Club is for you. You will spend time in the kitchen making sweet and savory treats, making holiday crafts and useful items. 

Jazz Band: Select 7th & 8th-grade students are chosen through auditions to perform jazz music. 
Jazz Ensemble is for any 7th and 8th-grade student interested in learning about and performing jazz music.

Math Club: Students will engage in math activities, explore various interesting math concepts, create math manipulatives for younger students, and study for math competitions held in the area.  

National Junior Honor Society promotes scholarship, service to the school and community, leadership, character, and citizenship. Seventh and eighth-grade students with a cumulative 3.5 GPA or higher are eligible to apply for NJHS. 

Newspaper Club is perfect for anyone who loves to write, enjoys taking photos, likes doing interviews, online research, and has a creative mind! Together, students will put together 4 issues of the Wildcat Claw and distribute the newspaper for all of WMS to read and enjoy.

Running Club: a great way to promote long-distance running and serves as a bridge between the Elementary Clubs and High School Cross Country teams. It is open to all students who wish to focus on a healthy lifestyle through strength and endurance activities. 

Show Choir: Students prepare for and perform a large production in the form of a show or musical. Due to the nature of the show choir, students are expected to commit their time to the practices after school to ensure a successful show.
 

Student Council is a leadership organization, which gives students the opportunity to be involved in improving the school environment. 

TSA Maker Club is a nationwide organization exposing students to technology and the benefits of being “technology literate” in today’s society. The club promotes participation in group problem-solving activities and competitions. 


Talent Show promotes the talents of middle school students and the opportunity to perform in front of peers. Students try out for the talent show and then practices are held for students prior to performances. 

Yearbook Club: Students meet to plan, design, and construct the yearbook. They will learn skills in production and publication – such as layout design, photography, copywriting, and editing. Students assist the sponsor in keeping records of sales, organizing page submission, labeling photos, and editing.