3D Printing Club

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3D Printing Club

This club is all about 21st century skills including: creativity, collaboration, planning, resolving and analysis. We use an online CAD program called "TinkerCad" to create our designs. Created designs are printed on one of our five 3D printers.
 Athletics

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Athletics

Click here to complete the Middle School Athletics Checklist.

See our Calendar to find out when athletic events are happening.

Sign up for a sporting event with Coach Lanham or Coach Kiesling.

Here's a list of Intramurals and when they are happening.

 Cougars Care / Interact Club

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Cougars Care / Interact Club

"Do you want to help your community? Do you want to honor veterans? Would you like to put your talents to good use? Maybe you would like to earn service hours. If you answer yes to any of these questions, please join Ainger's Cougar Care/ Interact Club. We will meet every Monday afternoon from 4-5pm in J-5 starting September 10th. Join Cougars Care / Interact Club because 'Every Cougar Should Care"".

 Math Counts

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Math Counts

Students problem solve by thinking outside the box. Hone your math skills and learn new connections and patterns in math. Join us for a regional competition in February and attempt to qualify for states! Meets on Thursday mornings beginning in September.

 National Junior Honor Society

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National Junior Honor Society

This is a program that recognizes students for their leadership and academic success. Members must have a cumulative g.p.a. of 3.5 or higher to be considered for membership in the society. Once they are accepted, they are inducted at a special ceremony that takes place in the Spring. NJHS heads up various fund-raisers to help and support our local community.

 Art Club

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Art Club

Serious students will experiment with a variety of art concepts and creative ideas for artistic beautification of our school.

 Band Mentoring

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Band Mentoring

This club meets every Wednesday from 4-5pm beginning in mid to late September in the band room. Band students are paired with LBHS mentors that play their instrument. The mentors tutor the kids in playing fun melodies, duets, help with preparing for solo and ensemble, work on pass offs, or practice band literature.

 CTV Club

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CTV Club

CTV Club’s mission statement is to teach and develop the fundamental basics of television production for motivated students. Students are encouraged to have fun while learning dynamic skills such as creating commercials, reports and segments for Cougar TV newscast. They receive hands on experience with editors and video cameras that the school provides. CTV club emphasizes the importance of teamwork, respect, leadership and goal achievement.

 Math Help

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Math Help

Monday 8:00am-8:30am in J5 w/Mrs. Costello

Monday 4:00-4:30pm in D9 w/Mrs. Kunder
Tuesday 8:00am-8:30am in J5 w/Mrs. Costello
Thursday 4:00-4:30pm in D10 w/Mrs. Abreu
Monday-Friday 8:45-9:15am in D4 (Mr. Bittner) and B5 (Mrs. Morella)

 Student Council

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Student Council

This club meets to support school functions.

Click here to see a list of this years events!

Click here to see when to sign up!

 Yearbook Club

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Yearbook Club

Yearbook is a great way to meet new friends and express yourself creatively, and each student's contribution to the yearbook. After being trained in how to use the Walsworth Yearbook Online Design Program, students are partnered up and given the opportunity to design a yearbook spread that they can work on both at our monthly meetings or at home. In addition to designing pages, throughout the course of the year students also help out with various other yearbook-related tasks, including selling yearbooks, photography, working on promotions, and eventually yearbook distribution.

There is a place for everyone on the yearbook staff, whether one is interested in drawing, designing, writing, photography, or public relations. Although editors are usually our CTV crew of eighth graders, students of all grade levels are encouraged to join and given a role in designing the yearbook and helping to make it successful!