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Clubs and Activities

CCMS offers the following clubs and activities:
Club/Activity Sponsor(s)
Speech Team - If you are interested in acting or performing in front of others, speech team is for you!  Speech team usually begins in September.  Students can decide to perform a solo script, a duet, improv duet (make it up on the spot), small group acting, poetry recitation, or impromptu speaking.  Practice is once a week until contest day which is usually one Saturday in November.  Students memorize the script and perform it in front of a judge.  This is a state contest, and students can get a I, II, or III place for speech state.  This is open to students in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade.
Ms. Munsterman
Ms. VanDuyne
Club Green - A group of Earth friendly students striving to make our school a greener place.  We meet on the second Thursday each month at 7:30am in the community room. Ms. Fincher
Math Team - Math team is a competitive extracurricular activity where you get the chance to compete individually and as a team against other middle school math teams.  There will be 4-5 competitions starting after winter break.  Listen for the announcements from your math teacher for practice dates and more details.  
Ms. Matsko,
Mr. Fatigante,
& Ms. Krippel
Musical - Every year CCMS produces a musical that is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Auditions take place within the first few weeks of school, and the performances take place in November. If you enjoy singing, dancing, acting, or even enjoy being behind the scenes, the theatre may be for you. Mr. Micetich
Scholastic Bowl - The season starts in early-to-mid January and the regular season ends in April.  The state tournament ends in May.  Practices and meets are on Tuesdays and Thursdays with a conference meet usually on a Saturday in early April.  Through teacher recommendations, we send invite letters to fifteen 7th/8th grade students in early December.  The scholastic bowl team can work around the schedules for boys' basketball and track but not the schedules of volleyball and wrestling.  The team was undefeated last season. 
Ms. Munsterman
Mr. Hitchcock
Spelling Bee - Spelling Bee is open to all students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade.  Spelling Bee usually begins in January with the first-round test.  The top ten scorers from each grade advance to round two.  These students get a new spelling list and will compete in round two.  From there, the top four students from each grade level go on to compete in the CCMS Spelling Bee.  The winner in each grade will go on to compete in the IVC Spelling Bee which is usually held in March or April.  The runner-up for each grade will serve as an alternate for the IVC Spelling Bee representative.  
Ms. Munsterman
Ms. Sweeney
Art Club - Art Club meets Tuesdays at 7:30 in the art room. Kids can join anytime by just coming to the meeting- or if they have questions they can stop by the art room and talk to me.  Ms. Siefken
WEB Leaders - Web Leaders is a select group of 8th graders that help lead our school. Their main responsibility is to help in 6th grade orientation. W.E.B stands for "Where Everyone Belongs" and this group participates in activities throughout the year to promote this kind of awareness in our school. Students apply to be part of Web Leaders in the spring of their 7th grade year through an application process. Our goal is to bring a positive atmosphere for all students at CCMS.  Ms. Larson
Safe Spaces Club - The Safe Spaces Club focuses on finding support for fellow students, promoting advocacy for all groups of students, disagreeing respectfully, and making positive changes within the school climate.  Some of the topics discussed include, but not limited to identified groups in middle school, minority groups, cultural diversity, disability awareness, LGBTQ+, and respecting others’ belief systems. 
Ms. DePersia
Ms. Kempes
Book Club - meets from 7:30 to 8:10 am on the third Wednesday of each month.  In October and November, students will be doing a book talk about a recent read.  In December, we will all be discussing Miracle on 49th Street written by Mike Lupica.  Students register using the following link Book Club Registration Google Form Ms. Diamond
P.A.L.S. - The Peers Assisting and Leading Students, PALS program is a peer-mentoring program to promote leadership, compassion, acceptance, tolerance, and fun!  The PALS students mentor special needs students from the STEPS classroom at CCMS through bi-weekly activities. PALS are selected from trained Web Leaders who express an interest in joining this club. Ms. DePersia
Student Council Ms. Hilsabeck