This club is for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders who have an interest in art and enjoy being creative. We explore different art materials such as pastel, watercolor, clay, charcoal, colored pencil, and scratchboard. We also learn new techniques and have fun in a relaxing environment. Art club is a year-long activity.
- Mrs. Jones ROOM: Art
APBA baseball gives you the same decisions that big league managers face every day, such as: picking your starting line-up, making the batting order, pulling a pitcher, putting in your reliever, etc.. It is a baseball card dice game that gives you the statistics of more than 600 players. Easy to learn and fun to play! We will create a league, have play-offs, and eventually a World Series Champion!
- Mr. Gensemer ROOM: 339
Looking for students who want to learn more and challenge themselves in the area of Geography. In Geography Bee club, students will complete activities related to Geography, participate in the Wilson Southern Geography Bee, and have the opportunity to take the National Geography test.
- Mr. Huesgen/Mrs. Barshinger ROOM: 424
Hoops for Hearts/Fit 4 Life
The first half of the school year you will fundraise for charity while you play basketball, improve your fitness, and spend time with your friends. Each student is required to raise at least $25, which will be donated to the American Heart Association. If you do not raise the money by the scheduled date, you will be placed in a grade level club. The second semester we will move to organized games and activities inside and outside. Both genders and all grade levels are welcome to join.
- Mr. Brubaker and Mrs. Underwood ROOM: Gym
Library Book Club
Do you love books? The Library Book Club is a unique book club that will consist of reading books, of course, creating book displays, discussing books, and creating activities to encourage enjoyable reading experiences for others!
- Mrs. Allbee ROOM: Library
Math competition series where students solve challenging problems. Students compete in regional and possibly state and national competitions. Club takes place Wednesdays after school. Competition takes place on a Saturday in February.
- Mrs. Collins ROOM: 523
Do you enjoy writing, snapping pictures, and conducting interviews? If so, than the newspaper club is just for you! You will help to create our school newspaper by writing movie and book reviews, interviewing key people in our building, and taking pictures of the fun things going on at Southern. Mrs. Cockrum is looking forward to having you be a part of our yearlong newspaper club!
- Mrs. Cockrum ROOM: 503
Cornwall Terrace Helper
If you are interested in being a buddy to some elementary school students, then this club is for you. You might be asked to read a book to a buddy, play gym-like games, play board games, do arts and crafts, sing songs, etc. You might even play fun games with them to help them practice math skills. Perhaps you would be the teacher’s helper for an activity period. The possibilities are endless, so if you’d like to make a positive difference in the life of a young child, sign up for this club!
- Mrs. Line ROOM: 409
The RC (radio control) club is a club for 8th grade Technology Education students that want to further explore the realm of radio controlled airplanes, trucks, drones, and helicopters. Students will have the opportunity to learn how to maintain and operate these modes of transportation in scaled down form. The club will tie technology and science standards to real world applications. This club will meet during activity periods, but primarily after school once a week. 6th and 7th grade students may also join if involved in the Wilson gifted program.
- Mr. Luft/Mr. Wiebner ROOM: 303
Random Acts of Kindness Club
The Random Acts of Kindness Club is a group dedicated to serving the Wilson School District community through small, spontaneous gestures of gratitude, support, and love. This club follows the “paying it forward” mentality, believing that simple acts of kindness can go a long way. Through the power of small gestures, this club will restore faith in humanity, one random act of kindness at a time. Projects will include arts and crafts (rock painting, paper flowers), planning school-wide events, and designing weekly kindness challenges. Join us if you want to make the world a kinder and happier place!
- Mr. Yambour ROOM: 426
Want to help capture the good times at Wilson Southern? If so, then you need to join Yearbook Club! You will help create and design our school yearbook, take pictures of school events, and assist in the layout and publishing of our yearbook, Southern Dog Days. Miss Sarnes and Mrs. Collins are just waiting for fun, eager students to join! Meets days 3 & 6.
- Mrs. Collins and Ms. Sarnes ROOM:404
Are you interested in helping plan a true celebration of all our students??? Students will work to help plan and create a celebration of all cultures at Southern Middle School. We will also work to plan a Cultural Fun Night with our families and community.
- Ms. Vitalo ROOM: 425
Do you have a creative mind that likes to create things using your hands? Join crafts clubs to learn new craft hobbies such as basic sewing skills, crocheting, knitting and more!
- Ms. Dolenti Room 507