Churchville-Chili Middle School offers a wide range of after-school activities for our students.
Art Club - The Art Club meets after school one day a week. Art Club provides students with the opportunity to pursue the medium of their choice through the execution of individual projects. Art Club members also perform a school service by doing special projects for banquets and other school-sponsored activities.
Bookstore - Bookstore Club students may participate in running the school bookstore. The club usually meets once per month. Students can select from a list of committees, which includes ordering, managing the financial records, selling, and advertising.
"Expressions" Magazine - This club helps create Expressions, which is the school's magazine of artwork and literature. Each student is invited to submit their artwork and written pieces. Members of the club then carefully select artwork and literature to be published in the magazine, which will be distributed at the end of the year to the staff and students at our school.
Math Olympiad - The faculty advisor will guide students in an investigation of math topics and applications beyond those presented in the every day classroom. The Olympiad goals for students are to:
- Develop enthusiasm for problem solving and mathematics
- Deepen understanding of mathematical concepts and strengthen their ability to use these concepts
- Consider concepts that they might not otherwise encounter
- Enrich experiences in intellectually stimulating and significant mental activities.
Newspaper Club - The goal of the Newspaper Club is to help teach members the techniques of writing newspaper articles and organizing these articles in "newspaper" format. With the guidance of one or more advisors, students will explore different types of articles they can write. After choosing a topic, which could range from school to world events, students will use the school's computers to write, edit and print their stories. Finally, members will compile all of their written pieces into a school newspaper, which will be published.
Odyssey of the Mind - Odyssey of the Mind is a creative problem-solving organization that is run by volunteer parents and a teacher advisor. They compete with other schools in a regional competition that is held in March. Teams are made up of five to seven students who choose a long-term problem to solve.
Peer Tutoring - Peer Tutoring is an opportunity for students to help each other with schoolwork.
Service Club - The focus and philosophy of the club is to involve students in service activities to build a sense of community. Service activity ideas are primarily student-generated. Sample activities include visiting senior citizen's homes, collecting food and clothing for less fortunate families, sponsoring a grandparent activity and raising money for charity. Students, staff and parents have a great time through the year doing exciting and energizing volunteer activities.
Ski & Snowboard Club - The Ski & Snowboard Club meets four times during the winter months at Bristol Mountain Ski Resort. Transportation is provided to and from the Ski Resort. There is a fee for this club. See more information by clicking here.
S.T.A.G.E. (Students of the Arts Gaining Experience) - is open to all students who are interested in theater arts. Students participate in acting workshops, learning auditioning techniques and might attend performances as a group. The club meets twice a month. It's a great way to experiment with small performances in order to gain confidence to speak in front of an audience.
Student Council - The student council consists of students interested in improving their school by building school spirit, enhancing our pride, and developing leadership skills. Student council members contribute to our school community by welcoming guests to our school, acting as guides for school events, and assisting with new student orientation. In addition to these responsibilities, students plan and organize monthly activities for their peers.
Yearbook - Each year the Middle School publishes a yearbook. Photography, layout, advertising, sales, and distribution are a few of the activities available to the yearbook staff. These yearbooks will be available for purchase to the student body.