Clubs & Activities

CKMS offers several opportunities for students to explore their interests. 

Any student who participates in a club or activity that receives financial support from ASB funds must purchase an ASB card.

  • To purchase online visit (student id number is the username and capitalized student last name is your password)
  • Visit ASB Window in CKMS front office to buy in-person with cash, check made out to CKMS ASB or card (We accept VISA or MasterCard). Call #360-662-2304 if you have any questions
  • Reduced tickets/dues are available for students who qualify. Not sure if you qualify? Check with the ASB Bookkeeper!

  Step 1.  Apply for free/reduced meals here:  Titan Family Portal Sign Up
Step 2.  Once you have receive notification for free or reduced meal eligibility, you will receive a link via email to share your information.  This step must be completed to qualify for reduced fees.

If you have any questions, please contact Child Nutrition Services at

ASB Clubs & Activities

Click on the bars below to learn more about clubs and activities at CKMS. Contact a club advisor for even more information.

2022-2023 club updates coming soon, all clubs must have an advisor and be pre-approved prior to club meetings.

New clubs can be formed when a group of students finds an advisor to host their group, a constitution is written, and submission is approved by ASB council and the ASB Principal. Share your idea with the ASB Secretary to get things started today. Fill out the I want to start a club Google Form

Students that stay afterschool for clubs need to have pre-arranged how they will get home when their group finishes and be picked up within 10 minutes of the group's end time. Coaches & Advisors are responsible for participation attendance through Final Forms.


We use a service called Final Forms for easy, online registration. Families will be asked to create an account, with options to register more than one student. We ask for:

  • Confirmation that you’ve read our eligibility requirements
  • Basic medical history and health information
  • Insurance company and policy number
  • Doctor, dentist, and medical specialist contact information
  • Hospital preference and contact information

Clubs & Activities Registration is now part of Final Forms for Central Kitsap School District. Log in now to select the activities your student would like to do! Some clubs may have required documents that are specific to their group. Parent & Student profiles must be completed with all forms signed for student to meet minimum participation requirements.

Download registration instructions (pdf) for Final Forms.


Visit the Associated Student Body page to learn more.

ASB membership is required for all students participating in interscholastic sports, clubs and activities.  

Students with ASB privileges receive discounts for school dances, socials, yearbooks and other ASB supported activities.  

The ASB Executive Board members meet Tuesday or Wednesday mornings 7:30am-8:30am in Mrs. Fairfax's classroom, room 1509.

ASB President is Gabriel Marchick
ASB Vice President is Penelope Holyoak

Basketball Open Gym

Basketball Open Gym from 4:00 until 5:30pm. Come play basketball with friends each Friday from September 16th through October 21. All are welcome! No experience needed, just come, play, and have fun. If you have any questions, please ask Mr. Sellers.

Cooking Club CTE

Cooking Club is for 7th grade & 8th grade students that have previously taken Food Science to work on missing assignments and try new things!

Room 1504: The Food Science Room
Meetings every other Wednesday 3:40pm-5:00pm
11/2, 11/16, 11/30, 12/14, 1/11, 1/25, 2/8, 2/22, 3/8, 3/22, 4/12, 4/26, 5/10, 5/24, 6/7

Diversity Club

The purpose of Diversity club is to raise awareness of diversity at CKMS. It provides activities to help students accept cultural differences, and promotes tolerance, inclusion and unity. All students are welcome to be a part of the Diversity club, and new members are accepted at any time.

Meeting Days & Times TBD

  • Advisors:  TBD


Game Club

Game Club will meet every other Thursday from 2:15pm-3:30pm in Room 1521. 

Students will learn to play table top games, increase their skills in fair play and have fun!

Registration is open for this club and limited to 25 participants.

Students must bring this signed permission slip to attend your first club meeting and also have your Final Forms registration complete. A scan of your completed permission slip will be added to your Final Forms document folder.

Meeting Dates for 2022-2023 are: 

11/3 First meeting

11/17, 12/1, 12/15, 1/12, 1/26, 2/9, 2/23, 3/9, 3/23, 4/13, 4/27, 5/11 & 5/25

Honor Society

Advisor Needed!

This club does not currently have an advisor, talk to Principal Jodie Woolf if you'd like to help us reactivate this club's charter. We need 1 faculty member to advise and 5 faculty council members.

Membership is an honor for students and selection is based outstanding scholarship (3.0 or 85% grade average), character, leadership, service and citizenship.

NJHS Members who transfer from another school will need a letter from their principal or advisor and will be automatically accepted into the new school's chapter. Transfer members must meet the new chapter's requirements for membership within one semester of school transfer.

Skills USA

Advisor Needed

This club is inactive at this time.

Skills USA is a national program that fosters engagement and familiarity with STEM programs. Participates practice for State & National Competitions. This club is guaranteed to help motivate you toward academic success.  It promotes a positive school attitude and helps improve one's self-esteem.  If you want a reason to be excited about school today and plan for tomorrow, this is the club for you.


Choir is a credit course taught by Mr. Platten.  Our ASB supports Middle School solo/ensemble and Junior All State events, which are not required coursework.  

Instrumental Music

Orchestra & Band are credit courses taught by  Mr. Logan.  Our ASB supports Middle School solo/ensemble and Junior All State events, which are not required coursework.