Here at Carson Middle School we offer a variety of clubs for our students to be involved in and enjoy.
Clubs are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays with supporting activity busses departing at 4:30pm on those days
Students that are interested in joining these clubs may contact the club sponsors at the email contacts listed below.
American Sign Language Club
Anime or Otaku Club
Anime or Otaku Club is for anyone that enjoys anime trivia, manga, cosplay, anime screenings, art contests and/or potlucks. We will be meeting on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month. Listen to daily announcements for upcoming meetings. To sign up for Amine Club go to "Groups" in Schoology and type in the following access code: 8CZ6-NN9N-W7Q67
Do you enjoy being creative? Did you find Art to be fun and relaxing? Join the Art Club! This club, hosted by Mrs. Lutz, is open to all grades and skill levels. We will focus on drawing, painting, sculpture, and pottery. Projects will change every couple of weeks so that members get to experience many different styles and mediums.
Where: A124, Pottery Studio
Time: Starting late Fall- Thursdays 3:30- 4:30 PM
Club Meets- Every OTHER Thursday after school until 4:30 starting August 19th
Dungeons and Dragons Club
Meet on Tuesdays and our first meeting will be September 21 in room (A120).
Students of all grade levels welcome, no prior experience necessary. Students will be provided a character sheet. An electronic PDF of the player's handbook is available at no cost, a link on a schoology page dedicated to the club is posted.
There are also free online dice-rolling sites so if a student does not want to or is unable to purchase a set of polyhedral dice, then that option is available, though students are more than welcome to bring their own dice set should they so desire.
The first two meetings of the club are important, as students will be character-building . Students who move to the area and begin school at a later date will be accommodated and caught up, but students who are currently enrolled and are interested in joining are strongly encouraged to come to the first two meetings to discuss characters, the setting, and club expectations/rules.
GSA offers a safe space for students who may identify as part of the LGBTQ community. Discussing topics like representation, mental health, and overall support.
Meets Every Tuesday @ 3:30 pm, RM 126!
Knowledge Bowl is an academic and trivia based competition. In small groups you will compete against other schools to see who the “smartest” school is! Questions range from Math to History and Current Events to Sports! Everyone can bring something to the table!
Heart and Sole Running Club
Heart and Sole is a club for middle school girls that focuses on social and emotional growth through running. Throughout the season we focus on making healthy friendships, being a part of a team, and growing in personal values. You don't have to be a runner to be a part of H&S!
For more information and to complete registration for Heart and Soul please join the Heart and Soul Schoology page! Classroom code:
Mountain Bike Club
Mountain Bike Club- A club offered to those who enjoy mountain biking single track trail at Cheyenne State Park. Those interested must have a working mountain bike and a cycling helmet. We will leave and return to CMS by bicycle and enjoy the single track trails Cheyenne Mountain State Park has to offer. Limited to 15 participants.
To participate students will need- Working mountain bike, helmet, extra tube, water, snacks
Club Meets- Thursdays 3:45pm-5:45pm
No bussing for this club due to Mountain Bike Transportation
SIGN UP HERE! -
PARENT PERMISSION SLIP MUST BE TURNED IN TO MS. MOORE
Outdoor Adventure Club
Outdoor club will provide middle school students opportunities to try new activities outdoors utilizing the unique mountain environment we live in. We believe that getting youth outdoors has positive health benefits and can change lives. It can also influence academics and future career choices. This club will get students outdoors participating in various activities and engaged with the natural world around them, while having fun!
Are you interested in graphic design? Do you enjoy taking photos or interviewing people? Are you organized, committed to high quality work, and want to contribute to creating a lasting memory of the 2021-2022 school year? If you answered yes to any of these questions, CMS Yearbook Club may be the place for you! We will be meeting every Tuesday from 3:30-4:30pm in room 222. A mandatory meeting will be held September 21st and the first Tuesday of every quarter for students to learn the yearbook software and be given assignments. CMS Yearbook Club would like students to commit to a full quarter to complete their pages of the yearbook. Together we can create an incredible memento of your experience at CMS!
Parents, families and friends… if you’d like to contribute pictures of awesome events like fieldtrips and sports, upload using this link: https://forms.gle/dALLVFw8bxrscpMB7
We will be adding to this list of clubs in coming weeks. Please visit the CMS Club website for additional information on all of our clubs and check back regularly for more updates!
For more information please visit each clubs page.