• Bethel Middle School Clubs are a huge part of our school!  We believe that a connected student is a successful student.

    Please review this list of club offerings and talk to the adviser about joining. Clubs are usually free, unless they receive ASB funds. Then student must purchase an ASB card when they participate.


    Bethel Middle School Clubs

    All clubs meet from 2-4 pm

    Yearbook – --Ms. Racca
    Yearbook students meet weekly in the library. Please check in with Ms. Racca in the library for information. These students take pictures, decide on the layout of our yearbook, and learn publishing skills. These students meet during Advisory time, but there is always the need to have students take pictures and participate in other ways.  Interested: See Ms. Racca in the library. Meetings start in October.


    Cooking Club (ASB Club)– Mrs. Lee-Hodson

    Cooking Club meets once a week on Wednesdays. Every trimester, Mrs. Lee-Hodson is taking new applications. Learn how to cook as well as do a few community projects.  


    Robotics – Ms. Case

    Robotics club meets on Tuesday in room A2. Space is limited. See Ms. Case for Information.


    Join the Ranks – Ms. Gates

    Join the ranks meets one Tuesday a month. Kids with family in the military and their friends to get together for a variety of activities.


    Environmental Science Club -- Ms. Herrrera and Mr. Kingsbury

    The Environmental Club meets every other Wednesday in room A1 beginning in October. The club is making BMS a ‘greener’ school by leading a school wide recycling drive, bringing awareness to environmental issues and much more.


    Art Club – Mrs. Vandever

    Will meet in A3 on Tuesday starting in October. The club is a safe place to bring ideas and learn to create an assortment of arts and crafts


    Weight Training -- Mr. Moore

    Meet every Wednesday in the gym to work on weight training and fitness


    Gamers Club -- Mr. Magin

    Board Games, Chess, and other interactive games. Wednesday, starting in October.

    Culture Club -- Ms. Cooper and Ms. Wylie de Echeverria

    Connect with other students to celebrate your heritage and share it with the school community. Meets on Tueday.


    Drumline and Jazz Band  – Mr. Curtis

    Meets weekly all students are welcome to drumline even with no experience, meets Monday and Tuesday.  Jazz Band meets during Advisory. See Mr. Curtis for information.

    2018-19 Meeting Information

      Advisor (S) Day of Meeting Time of Meeting Club Focus Application needed?
    Robotics Case Tuesday (plus some Saturdays) 2-4 Team work, programming Yes
    Culture Club Cooper and Echeverria 1st and 3rd Wednesday 2-4 Culture club is a place where students can express their cultural identity. No
    Board and Video Game Club Magin 2nd & 4th Wednesday 2-4 Cooperate or compete against other classmates while playing a variety of games No
    Environmental Science Club Kingsbury and Herrera 2nd and 4th Tuesday 2-4 Recycle, Water Quality Testing, General Environmental Science yes
    Weight Lifting Club Moore Wednesdays 2-4 Improving physical fitness and setting personal goals for overall health Yes
    BARK Kulbeck Tuesday (1st of month) 2-4 Do kind things. No
    Cooking Club Lee-Hodson 2nd and 4th Wednesday and most following Wednesdays 2-4 Use academic skills to prepare and serve food Yes
    Drum Line Curtis Monday and Tuesdays 2 - 4 social and extra music experiences. No
    Art Club Vandever TBD 2-4 Be artistic No
    LENS Mikshankiy Tuesday Oct 1-Dec 12 2-4 Broadway Center for Performing Arts led drama experience $25 and application
    Join the Ranks Gates First Tuesday of the month 2-4 Military Kids and their friends hang out and have fun together No
    Leadership/ASB Willenbring Tuesdays  2-4 Students in leadership and ASB work together on school programs, poster making, and leadership or service Yes, ASB fee $35