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  • Art Club

    Neal Gallager
    ngallagher@wcpss.net

    Students meet and discuss ideas to improve the look of the school. We come up with ideas to paint murals around the school to create a more friendly environment. They meet every-other Thursday after school (3:15-4:15).

    DigiLit Club

    Linda Dextre and Mike West (ldextre and mwest @wcpss.net)

    This digital literacy club is open to all interested students. We meet on the first Thursday of the month from 3:15-4:15pm to introduce STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) concepts through hands-on learning and experts in the field. Students need to sign up at the media prior to the meeting.

    Fan Fiction to Light

    Allison Allen (student)

    Student-led writing club for those who have a creative imagination, love of reading, and flair for writing. 

     

    Jazz Band

    Catherine Slade
    cslade@wcpss.net

    Jazz Band is a select group that meets everyday during the school day.  The band studies jazz, blues, and rock music and performs many times throughout the year, both at school and community events.  Auditions for membership are held the second week of school.

    Library Leaders

    Linda Dextre'
    ldextre@wcpss.net

    This club requires an application process. 
    Library Leaders is a student club that teaches leadership skills, organizational skills, independent task completion, proactive and creative problem solving and reading engagement. Applications are available for all students in the first three weeks of school. Interested students may fill out an application and get three teacher references. No applications will be considered after the due date. Selected Library Leaders are notified through their homeroom teacher during the fourth week of school.

    Manga Mania

    Linda Dextre 
    ldextre@wcpss.net

    Students interested in all things Manga and Anime meet in the media center on the third Thursday of the month, from 3:15-4:15pm. The group discusses their favorite series, videoconference with other manga groups, learn about Japanese culture, and create their own manga.

    National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)

    Advisor: Rebekah Sanderson
    rsanderson@wcpss.net

    NJHS is a service club made up of some of the most high-achieving students in Wendell Middle School. By applying to and being selected to be in NJHS, students are promising to uphold a high standard of scholarship, leadership, and service both here at WMS and in our community.

    NewsFlash!

    Advisor: Mike West and Linda Dextre'
    mwest and ldextre@wcpss.net

    This club requires an application process. 
    This team of students work together to brainstorm, research, write, record, and edit a weekly news video highlight. The team meets during CIA time and on Thursdays after school. Students applying for this club should have above a level 2 on prior year EOG tests. (Meetings occur during remediation time) Applications are available for all students in the first three weeks of school. Interested students may fill out an application and get three teacher references. No applications will be considered after the due date. Selected team members are notified through their homeroom teacher during the fourth week of school.

    Stage Crew

    Advisor: Linda Dextre'
    ldextre@wcpss.net

    This club requires an application process. 
    Students interested in Stage Crew should have an interest in audiovisual and computer hardware technology. This team sets up and breaks down equipment in the auditorium during performances and assemblys. They assist the media/tech team in setting up classroom technology, such as CPUs and document cameras. Due to the nature of production work, students applying for this club will need to stay after school for seasonal band performances. (therefore cannot be a band member) Applications are available for all students in the first three weeks of school. Interested students may fill out an application and get three teacher references. No applications will be considered after the due date. Selected team members are notified through their homeroom teacher during the fourth week of school.

    Student Council

    Sue Frederick 
    smfrederick@wcpss.net

    To instill and practice leadership skills in students. Assist the school in leading and planning community service projects, school dances, recycling, Student council members are student ambassadors for our school and community during open house, 6th grade orientation, assemblies and other projects as assigned by the school.

     

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