What’s your passion — ceramics, goats, D&D, running? Could you use a little help getting organized in the mornings?
CSMS has many established clubs that meet before or after school. Areas of interest include everything from student support and discussion groups to hands-on maker projects, chicken and goat care, and so much more.
Don’t see the club you’re looking for on the current list? Students looking to establish a new club just need to find a teacher sponsor to get started.
2018-2019 Clubs & Activities
*Indicates there is a fee associated with the club.
|7th grade Baking Club||Ms. Krier||Thursday||We bake cookies, cakes, and more. You must sign up ahead of time to attend because space is limited.|
|Animal Club||Brooks||Monday 3:40-4:30 - Room 214||Hang out with the goats, sheep, chickens and ducks|
|Animation Club||Shoptaw||Thursday 3:45 Room: 113||Appreciation and Discussion of Animation - Starts Late October (after football season)|
|Circle of Friends||Kim Sampson||Wednesday - 4:00 Room 117||Looking for cougar friends to hang out, play games, talk, and have a good time with life skills peers free food and chance for field trips during the year. Starts September 19|
|Dual Language Club||Ileana Gonzalez, Christina Valentiner, Shaun Hopkins, Cynthia Diaz, Mariel Early||Monday 3:45 - 4:45 Room 104||We will engage in fun, hands-on activities and projects in Spanish about Latin American and Spanish culture in order to form a strong Spanish speaking community on our campus.|
|Dungeons & Dragons Club||Erin Kirk||Wednesday 3:45-5:30 Room 110||Students participate in a fantasy role-playing game set in an imaginary world based loosely on medieval myth.|
|Great Thinkers (GT) club||Manners||Thursday 3:45-4:30 Room: 204||Students enjoy playing strategy and logic games and the company of other students who love to think, work together and solve logic puzzles. SEL topics around issues that affect super-curious, well-read, inquisitive and self-directed students are discussed occassionally. Support is provided for completing LASA applications and essays during some meetings in October and November. No dues, but parents are encouraged to participate in volunteering at the Great Thinkers booth during the Spring Carnival.|
|Oztag Flag Rugby Club||Joe Moore||Thursday||Learn and play non contact Flag Ruby - We will Start in November (after football season)|
|Philosophy Club||Ms. Crow||Tuesday 3:45 Room: 112||A group of young people gathering to discuss philosophical questions and delve into riddles.|
|Student Council||Teel||Thursday 3:45 - 4:45 ish Room: 207||Student Council is rooted in campus leadership and community service.|
|Texas Youth & Government (YMCA affiliated)||Bright & Siler||Monday 3:45 - 4:30||Civics engagement program to teach the fundamentals of democracy|
|Fiber Arts Club||Hargadon||Wednesday 3:45 - 4:45 3rd Floor Annex||Club to knit, crochet, weave, make pom poms, tassels, etc.|
|Spanish Club||Hargadon||Wednesday 3:45 - 4:45 3rd Floor Annex||Club for Spanish language and culture.|
|Cooking Club (Quick and Easy Desserts)||Ms. Diaz||Thursday - 3:45 - 4:45 (1st and 3rd Week of the Month) Room 117||Students in this class will engage in hands on dessert making lessons. Each student will get to make a dessert to eat at club and one to take home to share. The club will be limited to the first 14 kids who sign up. Can't wait to make some yummy treats! Starts September 20, 2018 - 6th Grade Only - come sign up with Ms. Diaz in the counseling center|
|Club Zen||Ms. Diaz & Ms. Holzman||Friday - 7:15 - 8:00 a.m. (1st & 3rd Friday of the Month) Room: Gym||Students will partake in a yoga and meditation class led by certified Yoga Instructor Ms. Holzman and co-lead by Ms. Diaz. We will be focusing on bodily postures, breathing techniques, and meditation techniques that will help kids in developing a healthy body and a peaceful mind. Grades 6 - 8 are all welcome to join. Starts September 21, 2018 Starts 9/13 - Sign up with Ms. Holzman in the Gym|
|Gay Straight Alliance||Ms. Renault-Varian||Thursday - 3:40-4:30 Room 301|
|6th Grade Science Olympiad||Makenzie Cline||Wednesday - 3:45pm-5:30pm Room 309 Starts 10/3||UT (UTeach) students will be coming to Small once a week to do hands-on science experiments with 6th grade students. Students who attend all Wednesday meetings will have the opportunity to compete in Science Olympiad at UT Austin on December 11th.|
|Cougar Event Planning Club||Jennifer Newell||Wednesdays 3:45 - 4:30||Help us plan our big fundraising events through out the year. Do you have ideas on how to make the Fun Run even more fun? How about Splashfest? Do you want to plan a Dance? Join us starting Wednesday 9/19/18 for our first planning meeting.|