WMS Student Clubs – 2017-2018
Student Council – WMS Student Council plans and organizes events for middle school students. It helps to build character, leadership, decision making, organization skills and responsibility. Student will help all of WMS be aware of the great things happening at our school and will have the opportunity to make locker signs and decorate the school for various sporting events and activities. Student council members will help raise student and staff spirit! They will have the opportunity to help create and execute homeroom challenges, school-wide spirit days, design t-shirts, etc. They are also apart of homecoming spirit week, fundraisers for causes of their choice, and school dances.
Sponsors: Ms. Huben and Ms. Sahak
Doctor Who Club–We will be watching episodes, discussing the love of all things Who and enjoying the Doctor’s trip through history! Club participants will have the opportunity to learn about time travel, ethics of life and how things are different “across the pond.” No previous experience with the Doctor necessary, just a love of learning and the ability to figure out “wibbley-wobbley, timey-wimey stuff.”
Sponsor: Mrs. Madsen
Computer Programming Club—If you’re interested in learning more about computer science, specifically computer programming, this is the club for you. Come hang out with students that have similar interests and learn from each other. This club is for the beginner student and the advanced student.
Sponsor: Mrs. Shabram
The “W” Gardening Club – Sponsor: Mr. Peterson
Book Club–This club is for book lovers that like to talk about the books they are reading. Students will vote on as a group what book they would like to read from a given selection, and meet once a month to discuss. $5.00 fee for snacks.
Sponsor: Mrs. Saetveit
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)—This club provides a safe environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, straight, and questioning youth to meet, socialize, and support one another. The club encourages a friendly, tolerant atmosphere for students of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
Sponsors: Mr. Hauserman and Mr. Hoffmann
Louder Than a Bomb – Louder Than a Bomb: Great Plains is the biggest youth poetry festival in the Midwest, fostering an understanding and appreciation of poetry for thousands of students each year in dozens of Nebraska high schools and middle schools. Students work closely for months with one of our community’s finest poets, who help them write, revise, and rehearse original individual and group performance poetry pieces. Students do all this while finding common ground in a safe space with their peers. This is a performance oriented club, so we will host live events during the year, and we will participate in the regional competition in the spring. (No prior knowledge of poetry is necessary.)
Sponsor: Mr. Horton
Project Unify – Students of all abilities have the power to positively impact their school communities by promoting social inclusion. Special Olympics Project UNIFY® provides opportunities for young people of all abilities to be leaders in their schools and communities by promoting equality and acceptance. These leadership activities help students with and without intellectual disabilities find their voices by teaching them to become change agents striving for respect and inclusion.
Sponsors: Mrs. Jackson & Mr. O’Brien
Science Olympiad – Sponsors: Mrs. Lowther and Mr. Hoffmann
Guitar Club – Sponsor: Mr. Holzen
Jr. ITS (International Thespian Society) – Sponsor: Ms. Meyers