Clubs

 

Student Council:

Coordinator: Deb Culberson, Julie Bishop

Description of Club:  The Student Council consists of a student-elected group of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. Meetings are held on the first day 2 of every month during D Block and after school on alternating Wednesdays. This group meets throughout the school year.    

AV CREW:

Coordinator:  Debra Culberson

https://sites.google.com/a/wrsdk12.net/ctms-a-v-crew/

Ski Club:

Coordinator: Corinna Frohock

Description of Club:  The Ski club ski/snowboards  on Monday afternoons immediately after school between January and March at Mt. Wachusett Ski Mountain.  Buses pick club members up at school and transport students to the mountain.  This is a Rutland Recreation event.

National Junior Honor Society:

Coordinator: Kerrie Ward and Betsy Wood

Description of Group:  The National Junior Honor Society meets a minimum of once a month, during Advisory periods and after school.  Students are eligible for NJHS if they meet academic criteria outlined in the Student Handbook. Students vote on community service organizations and work together to volunteer their time as well as raise funds for their chosen organization.  Possible volunteer opportunities include: 6th grade tutoring during advisory, Box Top trimming and counting and dance ticket/snack sales.    

Nanowrimo:
Coordinator:   David Bronson
This club is open to all grades. Students will individually write a novel of at least 30,000 words before the end of November. If they succeed, their book is published later in the year. Also, if there are any adults who would like to participate or would like to help with the club Mr. Bronson would appreciate the assistance! The club will meet once a week, after school, throughout November. We share our writing, talk about our goals and have snack. The first meeting will take place on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16TH, 2019 to those students interested. Please see the link below to learn more. 
https://ywp.nanowrimo.org/ 

 Yearbook Club:

Coordinators: Julie Bishop, Erin Toohey

Description of Club:  The Yearbook Club meets throughout the school year to put together the CTMS Yearbook which is distributed to students in June.  Students meet to decide page layout formats, photographs to be used etc.  The Photography Club works in tandem with the Yearbook Club and supplies the pictures for the yearbook while learning how to take good pictures along the way.  This group meets occasionally in the fall and more frequently as deadlines approach throughout the winter and spring seasons.    

Animal Shelter Club:
Coordinator: Michele Daigle

Our group strives to promote volunteerism related to animal care and raising awareness of animal related issues. We meet once a month for a "guest" speaker after school program with visiting animals and animal career information sessions. One Saturday a month, students can volunteer at Second Chance Animal Shelter in East Brookfield. Students in grade 6 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. 7th/8th grade students can be chaperoned by one or two volunteers. The volunteer sessions run from 9-10:30 a.m. (Group A) and 10:30-12 noon (Group B). Maximum of 10 students per group is allowed. Signups for students and chaperones will happen a week before the volunteer date. November 2019  date to be announced.
Permission slips for both CTMS in school sessions and Second Chance Volunteering forms will be available the last week of October 2019. Our meetings run from November to June. Please see Mrs. Daigle for hard copies of permission slips and introduce yourself! Mrs. Daigle is in room 228!

Artsonia:  On-line Student Art Museum

Coordinator:  Deb Backstrom

Description:  CTMS is a member of Artsonia, www.artsonia.com, the largest online student art museum, which showcases artwork from thousands of schools around the world.  Artsonia's goals are to develop students' pride and self-esteem, increase their multicultural understanding through art and involve parents and relatives in student education and accomplishments. Permission from parent/guardians is required before art can be showcased on this site

Track/Cross Country:

Description of Sport:  The CTMS Track and Cross Country team meets between early September and late October each year.  Practices take place on a daily basis, from Monday to Friday with several competitions held during the season.  All participants need a signed parent permission slip and physical on file at the time of sign ups.

Field Hockey:

Description of Sport:  The CTMS Field Hockey Team meets between early September and late October each year. Practices take place on a daily basis, from Monday to Friday with several games held throughout the season.  All       participants need a signed parent permission slip and physical on file at the time of sign ups.

Boys/Girls Soccer:  The Soccer teams meet between early September to late October each year.  Practices take place weekly and the coaches provide a schedule

Basketball:

Description of Sport:  The Boy's and Girl's Basketball teams meet between late November and February Vacation. Practices take place on a daily basis, from Monday to Friday and several games are held throughout the season starting in January.  All participants need a signed parent permission slip and physical on file at the time of sign ups.

Baseball/Softball:   

Description of Sport:  The CTMS Baseball and Softball teams meet from April to June each year.  Practices take place on a daily basis, from Monday to Friday and several games are held throughout the season.  All participants need a signed parent permission slip and physical on file at the time of sign ups.


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