- Academic Resource Center (ARC)
- Activities Club
- Character Education Club
- Class of 2019 – Becky Leach (co-advisor)
- Class of 2020 – Alicia Ozols (co-advisor) Erin Abbott (co-advisor)
- Class of 2021 – Gabe White (co-advisor) Caryn Dollard (co-advisor)
- Class of 2022 – Christina Hoffman (co-advisor) Meg Smith-Brownell (co-advisor)
- Community Service Club
- Cooking Club
- Drama Club
- Drawing and Painting Club
- Environmental Science Club
- International Club
- Intramurals – 1, 2, 3 (Fall, Winter, Spring)
- Mock Trial
- National Honor Society
- Select Choir
- Ski Club
- Student Council
- Unified Sports
- Unified Sports
For more information on our high school clubs and activities, contact Laura Tarlo, Assistant Principal at (518) 237-9100 or email@example.com.
Morning Intramurals, Advisors: Mrs. Gendron and Mr. Gibson
Morning intramurals are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:25-7:55. Activities include; scatter-ball, show down, team handball, Cavottaball, floor hockey, weight training, and basketball. Intramurals are open to all CMS students. Regular exercise first thing in the morning stimulates your body and brain making you ready to learn.
Tech Club, Advisor: Ms. Sangiacomo
In this club you’ll learn to make websites, videos, assist people in finding solutions to their tech problems while pursuing your passion. Anyone can join. No tech skills required! For the Tech Club schedule see the flyer posted outside of room 208. For more information about Tech Club see Ms. Sangiacomo in Room 220.
Eighth Grade Activities Club, Advisors: Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Havens
The 8th Grade Activities Club begins meeting in late fall to discuss details of the upcoming 8th Grade Dance. All 8th graders are welcome to join. We work on all of the dance details including; the theme, decorations, food, favors, etc. Please join us and share your creativity and ideas! See Mrs. Jennings in room 104 or Mrs. Havens in room 201 to sign up.
Ukulele Club, Advisor: Mr. Warden
The purpose of the Ukulele Club is to bring students together in a fun and friendly environment to perform a variety of songs and creative musical activities. Positive musical and personal interactions. Social skills will be taught, encouraged and rewarded. The goals of the club include; to teach and support positive and social interaction among students, to foster friendships and connections through music across grade levels (7th and 8th grade); to share music and songwriting knowledge with one another; to have fun. The Ukulele Club will meet on Thursdays from 2:50 pm-3:30 pm in Mr. Warden’s Music Room 110.
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS), Advisor: Mrs. Jennings
National Junior Honor Society is a nationwide organization that recognizes outstanding middle school students. The society is more than just an honor roll. NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship. Membership not only recognizes students for their academic accomplishments, but challenges them to develop their character further through active involvement in school activities and community service.
To be eligible for acceptance into NJHS, students need to maintain an overall average of 89.5% in their core academics subjects for all of 6th grade and the first three quarters of 7th grade. Once a student is academically eligible, they will be notified that they are under consideration to be accepted and will need to complete a Personal Statement. A faculty advisory council will review the Personal Statement, and vote on candidates based on how well they demonstrate leadership, service, character and citizenship.
NJHS meets bi-weekly in room 104 at dismissal until 3:30. NJHS induction ceremony is May 14, 2019.
Ski/Snowboard Club, Advisors: Ms. Lackmann & Ms. White
Do you like to get outside during the winter? Ski/Snowboard Club is a group of students that like to have fun snowboarding and skiing at Jiminy Peak. No experience is necessary! Taking lessons at Jiminy will get you riding in no time. Ski Club is skiing and riding once a week beginning Wednesday, January 9. For additional information or to sign up for Ski/Snowboard Club contact either Ms. Lackmann at 237-9100, ext. 1299, firstname.lastname@example.org or Ms. White 237-9100 ext. 1245, email@example.com.
6th Grade Robotics Club, Advisor: Ms. Duff
In the 6th Grade Robotics Club students will build robots out of Legos and learn how to code them using computer software called EV3 to complete different challenges. The 6th Grade Robotics Club meets Mondays from 3:00-3:45 in room 203. For additional information or to sign up, see Ms. Duff in room 203.
Card and Strategy Club, Advisor: Mrs. Student
At the Card and Strategy Club we gather to play various games. We have an assortment of board games from Chess to Battleship. Our members often bring their own games and card collections including Pokemon, You-gi-oh, etc.. We also have Shuffleboard and Foosball tournaments every week. Card and Strategy Club meets every Thursday after school in the Wellness Center until 3:45. Card and Strategy club is open to all students at CMS.
- Student Leadership Teams
- Intramurals sports (for students)