Thursdays until 3:35 in Art room email@example.com
Dungeons & Dragons and Tabletop Games
What: This is a student-initiated club. In this club we will meet after school to learn about Dungeons and Dragons, it's history, how to make character sheets, play in a campaign and develop skills to become a Dungeon Master. We are also open to playing other role-playing tabletop games for interested students. All students and staff are welcome to attend. Parents with DnD experience are encouraged to sign-up to volunteer with PSD at Webber. Dungeon Master experience to facilitate and run multiple campaigns is always appreciated. We will start beginners with the first edition and level 1 characters whenever possible.
Where: Library Media Center
1st Semester with Mr. Mejia
2nd Semester Room TBD
Stay informed and join on GoogleClassroom: class code:
Thursday mornings at 7:30am - D15
GSA - Gay Straight Alliance Club
This student led club meets on Thursdays from 3-3:45 in the Library Media Center. Student leaders and student members drive content and conversation. Every student is welcome here!
For more information contact sponsor Mrs. Schachet firstname.lastname@example.org
Math Counts consists of working on challenging, fun math problems AND participating in a math competition against other schools later in the year. All grades are welcome! Be there, or be "x squared"!
After school on most Tuesdays and Thursdays in LMC/B18, email@example.com
Minecraft & Lego Club
Fridays until 3:45 - Mrs. Ruiz's Art room firstname.lastname@example.org
Mountain Biking Club
This is an after school bike club for students in 6th-8th grade who would like to further their mountain bike ability with an emphasis on skill building, trail etiquette, team building, and having fun riding bikes. This will be an excellent opportunity for students to gain confidence on their bikes and to make some new friends. Students must know how to ride a bike and be able to start, stop, and maintain momentum on their bicycles. They must also have experience riding a bike continuously for at least an hour's time. Bikes should have gears (no single speeds please), functional brakes, aired up tires, and be appropriately sized. This is a mountain biking club, so students will be riding on single-track with dirt and rocks, and up and down hills . Average mileage is between 8 and 10 miles. Please be sure to discuss this with your student and ensure their comfort level before signing them up. Beginners are welcome and will be prepped on skill building and trail etiquette. The club meets on Fridays after school during the first and fourth quarter. Dates depend on weather and trail access.
Thursdays 3-3:30 room D13 email@example.com
Odyssey of the Mind
Do you like to build things, all kinds of things out of whatever you can find in the garage or around your house? Do you like to write your own stories and act them out? Then this is the club for you! Odyssey of the Mind is a worldwide competition that challenges groups of 7 students to solve one of 5 different problems – build a vehicle, create a technical apparatus, remake a classic (art, music, literature), build a structure to hold 1000lbs+ out of balsa, or create a humorous skit to solve a problem. You will compete first against other middle schools in the region and then a second state level competition. The top 2 teams from the state level have the opportunity to compete at the World Competition – 900+ competitors from 26 states and 14 different countries. There will be an informational meeting in October to help you decide if this is this is club for you. To see what the Webber Problem 4 Balsa build team did last year that won them 7th out of 65 teams in the world in their division, and 4th overall in weight holding 1244lbs on 16grams of balsa beating the high school and college division teams, please click on the link. https://youtu.be/Jf5t6xtZ-X4
Contact Kathy Weimer at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Rubik's Cube Club
Monday's until 3:45 - Ms. Marsh's room B05
Science Bowl is a team competition in which students pit their knowledge of Earth and Space Science, Life Science, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics against other schools in the region in a trivia style competition. High placement at the regional tournament qualify teams for the national tournament in Washington, D.C.
Science Olympiad (7th period ELO)
Science Olympiad is a team competition that consists of 23 events ranging across all science and engineering categories.
Each team consists of 15 students and they will compete in 3-5 events, of their choosing.
Students compete at the Regional and hopefully State level in March and April.
Contact Erin Easterlund for more information about WEBBER Science Olympiad: email@example.com
Speech and Debate (Fall only)
Tuesday 3-3:45 PM Contact Mr. Bono firstname.lastname@example.org
WAVE is Webber Aerospace Ventures in Education. WAVE is Webber’s oldest-running club dating back to the first Mission in 1992. Modelled on NASA, student participants prepare for and complete a simulated space mission each Semester. Currently, Missions visit the Moon or Mars. Students will have an opportunity to join a number of Teams specializing in Life, Water, Geology, Journalism, Systems Engineering, Hospitality and Security, Satellite Engineering, and other fields. This club is almost entirely student-run, and supported by a strong alumni network. All Webber Panthers are welcome to join, and there is always a team which fits the interests of the student.
Students who sign up for the first time do so at the “Mission Specialist” level. There are no interviews or applications required. Once a student has completed one Mission, they become eligible for positions of greater leadership. Leadership positions, including Team Commander, Team Project Manager, Astronaut, Flight Director and Mission Director, are “unlocked” based on numbers of Missions completed and at which position. All students applying for a Project Manager, Astronaut or Director position, will need to sign up for an interview. An interview schedule will be set at an initial informational meeting at the beginning of each semester. If a student misses the initial sign up and is interested in becoming part of the WAVE Leadership Team, they should see Mr. Schroeder. Students may combine after-school activities such as Sports and Academic clubs and still participate in Wave
WAVE meets every Tuesday from 2:55-4:00 in the Tech Room (E01). There is a $40 fee associated with participation.
For more information contact Mr. Schroeder: email@example.com
Come join other Webber students and support our school with healthy habits! The Wellness Team offers intramural activities before school and during lunch, healthy habits challenges and various activity nights throughout the year. Some of these activities include our annual Ricochet Tournament, Dodgeball Tournament and the Panther Survivor Challenge.
Please contact Mrs. Laaveg firstname.lastname@example.org