CPMS After School Activities
Clark-Pleasant Middle School offers many after school activities. Be sure to check out the options below and don't hesitate to ask your homeroom teacher for any additional information.
Academic Team is an after school activity and competition that offers students the opportunity to compete academically with students from other schools. CPMS has English, Math, Science and Social Studies teams.
Art Club is an after-school activity that offers students the opportunity to create and excel in art outside of the classroom. It typically meets on Monday.
Best Buddies is an after-school activity where students are able to interact and form one-to-one friendships with CPMS students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Anyone can join Best Buddies, and all are welcome!
Clark-Pleasant News (CPN)
CPN is an after-school activity where students are able to help plan and create the news for CPMS. Meetings for CPN typically occur during homeroom and on Thursday after school and last all year long. An application must be submitted in order to be considered for the CPN team.
Color Guard is an after-school activity where students are able to participate in dancing using flags. The Color Guard is part of the band and performs throughout the year.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a non-profit interdenominational Christian organization founded in 1954. It is an interdenominational Christian sports ministry to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches. FCA meets on Fridays before school. Anyone is welcome to attend.
Future Problem Solvers (FPS)
Future Problem Solvers is an after-school activity and competition that stimulates critical and creative thinking skills, encourages students to develop a vision for the future, and prepares students for leadership roles.
Jazz Club is an after-school activity and is part of band. Anyone can join jazz band, except there is certain instruments that you have to use to be a part of jazz club like; Alto Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Tenor Saxophone, and some Clarinet! It is a very fun activity to do if you love music and you can play an instrument.
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)
The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character and Citizenship. Students are nominated and selected in order to join NJHS. Activities and meetings occur both before and after school. Check out this video to find out more information about NJHS.
Student Council is a before and after school activity where students help out with activities for school. They also help make the school safer, as well as complete community activities. An application must be submitted in order to be considered for Student Council.
Tribal News is an after-school activity where students are able to help plan and create the newspaper for CPMS. Tribal News meetings typically occur after school and last all year long.
Yearbook is an after-school activity where students are able to help plan and create the yearbook for CPMS. Meetings for yearbook typically occur on Thursday, beginning in September and lasts through spring. An application must be submitted in order to be considered for the yearbook team.
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Young Hoosier Book Award Club
The Young Hoosier Book Award (YHBA) Club is a fun and challenging reading club. Students are encouraged to read the 20 books that make up the highly recommended list of YHBA nominees for the school year.The Young Hoosier Book Award Club (YHBA) meets once per month during first semester and twice per month during second semester. Meetings take place in the afternoons from 3-3:30 PM in the CPMS Library Media Center. During April schools from all over the area will come together to compete against one another to find out who knows the most about the YHBA nominees at the annual Book Beat Contest.