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Central Middle School co-curricular activities are meant to be a chance for students to improve skills, learn teamwork and sportsmanship, express themselves and find outlets other than academic ones for their energy and enthusiasm. Each activity has one or more advisors who have training and expertise both in the specific activity and in working with adolescent children. While some of the activities involve competition, we do not make winning a priority. Instead, we believe that practicing with enthusiasm and competing against others helps students develop athletically and intellectually.
Using the tabs below, discover the activities and sports we offer. Be aware that the list is not meant to be all inclusive. We may or may not offer an activity each year based on the number of students interested. We may also offer more activities than are currently listed. For a more detailed explanation of the activity, either select the link from the activities name or use the navigation bar on the right to select it.
Forensics is open to students in grades six through eight. Students must maintain academic and behavioral eligibility, and pay a fee to take part in this program. Forensics is for students who enjoy acting or public speaking and wish to improve their oral presentation skills. Competitors choose from several individual or group categories (some memorized and some not), learn how to interpret or present information and then compete at several contests, some after school and some on Saturdays, from January through February. Participants attend coaching and practice sessions after school. Each year several students qualify for and compete at the Wisconsin State Forensics Tournament in March.
Central’s musical production is one of the most popular activities. Students enrolled in the school chorus program provide the cast and crew of this activity. Auditions are held to cast the major roles in the production and all other students who wish to participate also appear in the musical in some way. Students who do not wish to perform can find a role on the stage, lighting, sound and set crews. The musical is a spring production. Participants must maintain academic and behavioral eligibility, attend lots of rehearsals and be prepare for the time of their lives!
The Central Middle Student Council is made up of members from each grade level. Prospective members fill out application forms, write an essay and obtain signatures from references. Members are chosen from those applications based on completeness, essay qualities and the references they obtain. Student Council members plan school activities, competitions, participate in community service projects, work on fundraisers and attend leadership training seminars. Members must maintain academic and behavioral eligibility, pay a fee and be able to attend meetings during and after school. Student Council is a great place to learn how to work in a group, plan activities and become a leader!
|Student Council||Year Long|
|6th-8th Musical Production||December - April|
|Forensics||December – March|
|Pep Band/Jazz Band||Year Long|
|Heroes Club||Year Long|
|Yearbook/AV Club||Year Long|