Salk Clubs

  • An activity bus will be availabe to all students who regularly ride the bus and stay for clubs that meet immediately after school. The bus will leave at 5:15. All other club participants must have a ride to pick them up no later than 5:15.

Animal Rescue Club

  • The Animal Rescue Club is all about finding forever homes for pets that need a new place. We are looking for students that want to help pets find that special new place. This is not only to benefit pets, but also people as well. Our goal is to have fun and make the world a little bit better for animals. Our first meeting will be Thursday, May 9th in the library after school unti 5:00.

    Animal Rescue Club Advisor
    Erik Johnson

Art Club

  • Students, are you interested in hanging out with your friends after school to make art? If yes, come to the first Art Club meeting on Thursday, January 12th. We will meet the second Thursday of every month in room 105. Stop by the art room for a permission slip. Space is limited to the first 15 students who sign up.

    Art Club Advisor
    Colleen MacIver


  • Students will learn about individual and interpersonal building blocks of prevention, wellness, and belonging in “BE YOU”. These will be developed through games, social norm activities, and discussion that promotes exploration of personal Values; Interests; Temperament; Activities to thrive; Life goals; and personal Strengths. We will also develop leadership skills that foster health, hope, and help-seeking in our school and the larger community. The group maintains a close partnership with the Shadle community coalition , allowing student opportunities to participate in things like the Washington State Prevention Summit , school wide awareness and social norms campaigns, and much more. For “field trip” type events, permission slips and information packets will be sent home in advance. This group will meet regularly throughout the school year on the 2nd and 4th Monday’s of each month, from 3:30-5pm in the Spartan Center (room 137). The activity bus will be available to bus riders after the club meets.  Students who don't regularly ride the bus will need to arrange to be picked up after the club meets. Please contact Mrs. Decker or Mrs. Shepherd with questions.

    BE YOU Advisor
    Abby Shepherd

    BE YOU Advisor
    Megan Decker

B Movie Club

  • Mr. Robinson will be combining movie club and video games club up until spring break. The dates are 2/9, 2/23, 3/18, 3/22. We will meet in room 238 from 3:30-5:00.

    B Movie Club Advisor
    Michael Robinson

Breakfast Club

  • Breakfast Club is a place where students can get extra help with English, social studies, math, and science. Breakfast Club will begin Tuesday, September 13th. It will run 4 mornings a week Tuesday - Friday 7:45 - 8:45. Students should arrive promptly and will not be released until 8:45. If you're stuggling in any subject, please take advantage of this program. No sign up required.

    Breakfast Club Advisor
    Michael Anderson

    Breakfast Club Advisor
    Ross Thies

D&D Club

  • Dungeons & Dragons Club has begun. We will meet in the library 3:30 - 5:00 on January 18th, February 1st, February 8th, February 15th, March 1st, March 15th, and March 29th. Future dates will be added when available. The club is full, so please don't attend if you haven't been cleared by Mr. DeFlorio.

    D&D Club Advisor
    Chris DeFlorio

Design & Modeling Club

  • Design and Modeling Club meets in room 140 on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month 3:30 - 5:00 beginning in February. The Design and Modeling Club will learn about 3D modeling/Printing, Laser Engraving, CNC carving, and Lathe turning.  Club members will learn how to use 3D software and Adobe imaging software to use all of our devices.  If you are interested in a club that you can make/create something you can keep/hold in your hand, sign up for the Design and Modeling Club.

    Design and Modeling Club Advisor
    Chris Trechter

Diversity Club

  • Diversity Club is a place to meet people, explore similarities and differences, develop leadership, and make friends.  

    This club has a mission to:

    1. Instill an attitude of acceptance and appreciation for culture in our school and community
    2. Promote awareness of equality and inequality in our school and community
    3. Address and eliminate discrimination in our school and our community

     Meetings for the rest of the year are as follows:  January 31, February 14 & 28, March 14 & 28, April 18, May 2 & 16 & 30.

    Diversity Club Advisor
    Michelle Areta

High Adventure Club

  • We welcome all 6th, 7th, 8th graders who like to learn about the great outdoors!  We meet Mondays with make up meetings on Thursdays after school in room 111 from 3:30 to 5:00. 

    Our Fall Focus is on skills for indoor climbing and the Spring Focus is hiking! The first week's students learn & practice skills at school, then we follow with visits to Wild Walls.  Spring focus is on skills to include "13 Essentials", Orienteering, Leave No Trace, and trail etiquette. The first weeks students learn during club meetings, then we follow up with scheduled hikes on local trails. 

    **Fall focus runs late Sept to early Dec while Spring focus runs late Mar through May.  If time and resources allow, we may add a snowshoeing opportunity in the winter for students to enjoy.  

    Want to know more? Just ask Mrs. McCormick or stop by and pick up an application packet! Hope to see you there!

    High Adventure Club Advisor
    Terrie McCormick

Photography Club

  • Photography Club will meet in room 214 from 3:30-5:00 on every 2nd and 4th Wednesday through May. Students are given the opportunity to use their creativity through photography. We learn how to take better pictures, share and critique the photographs of peers, and improve technical skills. But the main goal is to spread the love of photography!

    Photography Club Advisor
    Paula Brockman

Video Games Club

  • Mr. Robinson will be combining movie club and video games club up until spring break. The dates are 2/9, 2/23, 3/18, 3/22. We meet in room 238 from 3:30-5:00.

    Video Games Club Advisor
    Michael Robinson

Video Production Club

  • Video Production Club meets in room 140 on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month 3:30 - 5:00 beginning in February. Morning meetings can also be schedules as needed to get group projects done. Video Production Club will focus on learning how to operate camera, audio, and editing equipment.  Students will compose news stories that will be shown on the Spartan News.  Although we meet after school the best times to get interviews are before school so come in early if you can!  Students are welcome to come in and learn at their own pace.  This club is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders.  If you are interested in joining the class (which is available to 7th and 8th graders) being involved in the club can provide you with knowledge and skills that can help you succeed.  Similar to the Video Production class, the club requires students to be leaders as they represent themselves and our school in the news.  If you want to learn what producing professional videos is all about, stop on in and be a part of the Spartan Video Production Club!

    Video Production Club Advisor
    Chris Trechter

Yarn Club

  • Have you ever wanted to learn to crochet or knit? Need ideas for handmade holiday gifts? Join us for Yarn Club! We will meet in room 111 every Wednesday, 3:30 - 5:00, beginning November 9th. No sign up required. We have supplies, so sit, relax, and take home what you make.

    Yarn Club Advisor
    Terrie McCormick



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watching movies

Breakfast Club


games club
spartan head model

diversity picture




high adventure club



taking a picture

playing video games

filming the news


teenagers knitting