- Art Club
- Breakfast Book Club
- Chess Club
- Coding Club
- Disc Golf Club
- Greenhouse Club
- Library Student Advisory Committee
- Mock Newbery Book Club
- Multicultural Club
- National Academic League (NAL)
- National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)
- Pickleball Club
- Robotics Club
- School Productions
- Science Olympiad
- Spanish Club
- Strategy Games (Magic: The Gathering) Club
- Tabletop RPG (D&D) Club
- Techcraft Club
Join our community of readers as we explore different genres each month - you choose your own book. Juice and donuts will be provided.
Open to all students interested in learning & playing the exciting game of chess. Championship Tournament held during 2nd Semester.
Put your coding skills to use doing fun projects for others. If you don't know coding, but still want to participate, come and learn how to code.
$25 Participation Fee
Played much like traditional golf using a flying disc or Frisbees. Easy to learn and play. Emphasizes learning basics, etiquette, and having fun! Inclement weather indoors.
Students will commit to reading at least 5 books from a list of eligible books slated for the Newbery Award and then try to predict the winner.
Open to all students. Come learn about yourself as well as other people & cultures through guest and parent presentations.
NAL is an academic competition team using Math, English, Science & Social Studies. Members compete in three playing styles & against other Davis School District schools in home and away games.
More info can be found at cjhnal.weebly.com - Click here for link
WE will be using VexIQ Robots and competing in several competitions throughout the year! Learn coding and engineering in our robotics club. No experience necessary.
Tryouts open to all students - no experience necessary. We need actors, singers & dancers. Big time commitment, BUT TONS OF FUN!!! Auditions to be announced.
Link to Thunder Theatre website:
A STEM-based competition group competing in academic and building events. Practices are held several times a week - tryouts are in late October. Competitions are on Saturdays from January to April (usually once a month). The goal of Science Olympiad is to have fun, win State and go to Nations! Join us if you have what it takes and want to have fun! You do not have to be in the class to participate.
See Science Olympiad link on Mrs. Waite's Board under Resources.
Come explore the culture of Spanish speaking countries focusing on food, crafts, holidays and dance. Anyone interested is welcome to join!