| 2616 Nixon Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Judy Hayes, Interim Principal
2012-2013 After School Clubs
After School Club Director: Ms. Deborah Mullice
Phone: 994-1976, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*There is an after school bus on Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30 pm for students in clubs and sports. Bus picks up by the tennis courts. Bus Schedule.
Practice Club-Ms. Alwin
The Practice Club meets on Thursday afternoons from 3:00-4:30 in the orchestra room. This club is available to any student at Clague interested in a supportive environment to practice their musical instrument (including voice). High school mentors are available to coach students one-on-one, or in small groups. This is a fabulous opportunity to work alongside older students and to learn more about the art of practicing. Hope to see you there!
Chess Club-Mr. Scheel-Ayers
Meets Tuesday after school, in room 207 from 3:00-4:30.
Math Counts-Ms. Hopkins
MathCounts is starting Monday, September 26, from 3:00-4:00, Room 212. Listen for morning announcements to find out the exact date we will begin. This after school club is for anyone who loves math and enjoys friendly competition. The club meets each Monday from 3:00 - 4:00. It is coached by Ms. Hopkins and Annie Song, a former Clague Mathlete and current Huron High School student!
Check out the official MathCounts site for more information!
Science Olympiad-Mr. Hoeflinger
Attention all Clague students. This fun and exciting team will compete this spring against other area middle schools for a chance to compete on a state and national level. Build a bridge, identify fossils, fly model airplanes, learn the bones of the human body, eat pizza; if any of this sounds like fun, you may be Science Olympiad material.
A parent organizational meeting will be held in late September and student meetings will be weekly beginning in early October. The meeting day will be determined at the partent meeting.
Clague Science Olympiad Club website
Check out the official Science Olympiad website too!
Academic Games-Mr. Nelson
Academic Games is a series of games designed to test a student's knowledge in several different subject areas. Students compete in games that cover math, english, social studies, & logic. The primary purpose of Academic Games is to make learning fun for students. The Clague AG team meets twice a week, Monday from 7:00-9:00 pm and Friday from 3:00-5:00. For more information, check out the Clague AG website.
Check out the official Academic Games website!
Newspaper Club-Ms. Brooks