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    Cedarcrest School Clubs

     

    Cedarcrest has a variety of clubs and after school activities available to students. Clubs available to Cedarcrest students are listed below. If you have any questions, ask the club advisor listed next to the club. All clubs run from 2pm to 4pm unless otherwise noted below. Bolded club names require an ASB card to participate.

     

    Name of Club or Activity

    Advisor’s Name

    Meeting Days(s)

    Time(s)

    Location(s)

    Description

    Art Club

     

     

     

     

     

    Chargers in Action Prevention Club

    Ms. Howard

    Wednesday

    2:00-4:00

    Zoom

    The main focus of this club is doing school wide educational campaigns around drug and alcohol abuse, bullying, and mental health.

    We are currently working on a campaign focusing on mental health stresses for students during COVID.

    Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

    Ms. Howard

    Thursday

    12:00

    Zoom

    GSA provides a social opportunity to meet new friends, get support and just hang out together!

    Music Club

    Ms. Chappell

    Wednesday

    2:00-3:00

    Zoom

    This is a place for students to sing and perform! This is a student driven experience with student created music, student leaders, and performance development.

    Writing Club

     Ms. Whepley

     Wednesday and Friday

     2:00-3:00

     Zoom

    Writing Club is open to students in all grades who are interested in writing. We take time each meeting for socialization as well as for developing your writing. We look for writing contests to enter, share and create with each other just for fun, and follow wherever your creative ideas take us. If you have ideas for songs, stories, poems, videos, graphic novels, or anything else with words, we want you to join us. 

    Yearbook Club

    Ms. Mork

     

     

    Zoom

    The Cedarcrest Middle School Yearbook Club produces the school's annual yearbook. With this goal in mind, members will learn a bit about photography, writing, editing, graphic design and electronic layouts. Yearbook club also gives students the opportunity to assist in yearbook sales. Students help to promote yearbook sales by making posters and distributing yearbook information.

    *Club membership is limited and requires an application process at the start of every year.