CMS Clubs and Activities


    Accpetance Club

    Acceptance Club is a place to hang out, make new friends, and have fun without the worry of judgement from people around you. Anyone is welcome! Contact Mrs. Eschbach, Teacher

    Art Club

    Open to 7th and 8th graders. Art club meets once a week after school for an hour. This is a time for students to work on their classwork or outside community projects. Contacts: Mr. Gast, Teacher

    Concessions Club

    Open to 7th and 8th graders. This club is for students who have good math skills and would like to work in the concession booths at home sporting events. Selling, serving, setting up, and cleaning is some of the duties involved. Contact: Anne Long

    Drama Club

    Open to 7th and 8th grade students who are interested in growing interpersonal skills, confidence, creativity and self-expression. The drama club produces and performs a spring play. Contact: Mrs. Graupner or Mrs. Jones, Teachers

    Japanese Club

    Open to 7th and 8th grade students interested in the Japanese language and the culture. You do not need to be in Japanese classes. This club meets once a month and does different activities such as origami, chopstick races, movies, calligraphy, and more. Contact: Mrs. Tsugawa, Teacher

    Robotics Club

    VEX Robotics Competition teams participate in the VEX Robotics Competition Challenge “Spin Up” game. The robots being built are made of metal. Robotics is NOT a free-build class where a team or student can build anything they want. Not everyone who applies to be on the CMS VRC Team(s) will be selected. The coaching staff will make the final decisions. Contact Mrs. Holmquist, Teacher

    Science Olympiad

    Open to 7th and 8th graders. Science Olympiad is a competitive academic science team. There are 23 events that encompass life science, Earth & space science, physical science, chemistry, technology & engineering, and inquiry & the nature of science. Contact: Mrs. Keilman, Teacher

    SHO- Students Helping Others

    Open to 8th grade students interested in being ambassadors for our school. Students work with students in conflict, tutor and mentor, and help new students become acclimated to our school. This program begins in the spring of 7th grade when staff members recommend students based on academic success, integrity, reliability, and someone that others go to when needing a peer to talk to. Contact: Mrs. Herrod, Guidance Counselor

    Student Council

    Open to 7th and 8th graders, selected at the beginning of the school year. Sponsors parties, food drives, fundraisers, school improvement activities and more. Promotes leadership skills. Contacts: Mrs. O'Dell Teacher

    Trojan Times (Newspaper)

    Open to 7th and 8th graders. This group provides an opportunity for students to produce a monthly school newspaper, featuring things important to them and information about school activities. Creative writing and basics of journalism are explored. Contact: Mrs. Holmquist, Teacher