This is a social inclusion club, dedicated to breaking down social barriers, and to promote opportunities of interaction between students of all abilities. Possible activities include games, crafts, and cooking. Friends Forever meets during advisor time twice a month.
This club is sponsored through Special Olympics MN, empowering youths and educators to be leaders of change. Students participating in this club will have the opportunity to help plan and coordinate events that help reduce bullying and exclusion. They will promote healthy activities and combat stereotypes and negative attitudes.
Student Council is an organization that coordinates service projects throughout the school year, helps run Student of the Month Breakfasts, acts as student guides for 5th grade visits, and various other leadership roles as needed at CMS, the school district or in the community. It is a place to build leadership skills and peer relationships. All 6th, 7th and 8th grade students may apply by filling out an application form and getting teacher recommendations. Student Council advisors and team teachers will select two students from each team. They meet every Monday.
This club is for students of CMS who identify as Black. To gather, enjoy one another's company, and celebrate what makes Black culture unique.
The first meeting will start on Tuesday, September 21.
It will meet Tuesday - Thursdays after school in the South Gym Flex Area from 4:15-5:30.
The advisor for this club is Deja Alexander.
There is an activity bus available if needed. They will get a pass for the bus from the advisor. It will leave CMS at 5:30. If you plan on picking up you student, please pick them up on the bus side of CMS.
Youth in Government is a character and leadership development program for teens who are interested in an experiential learning experience in government. The YIG program focuses on our state governmental system and is held in January. Model UN focuses on the United Nations and is a weekend retreat in March. This program brings teens from across the state together to experience government. Call the YMCA at 952-835-2567 for more information.
Y’s Start offers teens the opportunity for leadership development, team building, challenges and other activities that integrate education, recreation and service learning. This program includes daily off-site field trips. For more information, call 952-835-2567.