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 or card. Call 360-662-2306 if you have any questions or to buy over the phone.
  • Students and families who qualify for free or reduced meals may request to share this information for the purpose of reduced fees (including ASB cards).

  Step 1.  Apply for free/reduced meals here:
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.

If you have any questions, please contact Child Nutrition Services at 360-662-1090.

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.

2021-2022 club updates coming soon, all clubs must have an advisor to reactivate. 

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. Share your idea with the ASB Secretary to get things started today.

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.


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 mornings 7:30am-8:30am in Mrs. Fairfax's classroom, room 1509.

The last week of school this month, your ASB is having spirit week! Show your school spirit December 13th through 17th by dressing up for each of these days: 


Monday: Wear orange for Universal Human Rights Month (a time for people in the U.S. and around the world to join together and stand up for the rights and dignity of all individuals)

Tuesday: Jersey/Sports day (also picture day for basketball & soccer, please be here athletes!)

Wednesday: Holiday/Ugly sweater day

Thursday: Squad Day (dress alike with two or more people)

Friday: Cubs Colors Day (Maroon 6th, Gray 7th, White 8th)

Beyblades Club

Beyblades Club meets every other Monday from 3:45pm-4:30pm in Ms. Sujka's room 3512. This club will do activities related to Beyblades. This club is open to grades 6, 7 & 8. Members need to maintain a GPA 2.0 or higher. This is based on previous semester grades to joining club.

Meeting dates: 11/1, 11/15 (Cancelled), 11/22, 12/6, 1/10, 1/24, 2/7, 2/21, 3/7, 3/21

Cooking Club

Cooking Club will be starting soon, two Wednesdays each month for students that have previously taken Food Science. More details will be added soon!

Crafting Club

CKMS Crafting Club will meet 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month. This club will allow you to try fun activities such as: knitting, crocheting, needle work, basic sewing, wood working knowledge, outdoor projects, beach exploration, tie dying. They are open to more ideas!

Meeting times: 3:35pm-4:30pm
1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month
Room 1504: The Food Science Room

Meeting Dates: 11/17, 12/15, 1/5, 1/19, 2/2, 2/16, 3/16, 3/30, 4/13, 4/27, 5/11, 5/25, 6/8

Diversity Club

Diversity Club is working on their meeting schedule for 21-22. We'll update this section as soon as another meeting is scheduled.

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 and unity. All students are welcome to be a part of the Diversity club, and new members are accepted at any time.

Dungeons & Dragons Club

Dungeons & Dragons Club meets every other Thursday from 2:15pm-3:30pm in Water Flex Area 2508 (2nd Floor).

This is a fun gaming group that uses a format that has been around for decades. Students build up characters in story scenarios that enhance their creativity and communication skills. 

Membership is established by regular attendance.

Students must have a signed permission slip to attend this club. Please see Mr. Roberts or Ms. Allen for a permission slip or download a copy here.

Bring your dice, a pencil and paper!

Meeting Dates 2021-2022:
9/30, 10/14, 10/28, 11/18, 12/9, 1/6, 1/20 (Cancelled), 2/3, 2/17, 3/3, 3/17, 3/31, 4/14, 4/28, 5/12, 5/26 & 6/9

**This club has now reached their capacity for new members.**

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.

Literature Club

Literature Club is looking for new members that enjoy reading, talking about books and/or writing.

They meet every Tuesday in water flex area 3508 (3rd floor) from 3:35pm-4:15pm. Be sure to have a ride home if you're staying afterschool.

Advisor: Chris Mygatt

Skills USA

This club is inactive at this time.

Meeting times to be decided for 2021-2022.
Skills USA is a national program that fosters engagement and familiarity with STEM programs.  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 and Mrs. Keffer.  Our ASB supports Middle School solo/ensemble and Junior All State events, which are not required coursework.