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WCR Student Clubs

 
 
Current Clubs at WCR:
 
WCR Clubs 2019-2020
 
WCR Video Club - This year we will be learning how to write a script, film, edit, and submit a video into the 2018 SEVA Awards.  Happy Filming!

Website:  https://sites.google.com/student.centerusd.org/rilesstudentcreatedvideoclub/

 

Library Club - During both lunch times on Mondays. A time for students to use the library for various activities such as playing chess, checkers, and other board games.  Students also take advantage of this time to read, do their homework, or sit and visit with their friends.

 

 

WEB - We Everyone Belongs - see Ms. Kennedy in room 517.  WEB, which stands for “Where Everybody Belongs” is a middle school orientation and transition program that welcomes 7th graders and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their middle school. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, the program trains 8th gradersto be WEB Leaders. As positive role models, WEB Leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide the 7th graders during the transition to middle school and help facilitate success.
 
 
Photo Journalism / Yearbook Club -  Do you like taking pictures? Would you like to try your hand at digital design? Apply to be part of this year's Yearbook Club and help celebrate this year's memories!  Please pick up an application from Mrs. Topper in room 608 or in the front office.  Applications are due back on Wednesday, Sept. 12th!
 
E-Sports Club - E-Sports club is an opportunity for students to socialize and have fun together based on their hobby of playing video games. Students will have an opportunity to play multi and single player games, and spend time discussing gaming strategies and preferences. Joining the esports club is an opportunity to meet students who share a passion for Video Games. Students that come to E-Sports don’t actually have to play the game if they don't want. A growing number of students want to develop a website, run a social media account, oversee a Twitch stream, run an in-game camera, manage team logistics, act as a team journalists and videographers, and provide color commentary and play-by-play of the games as casters. All of these related needs of an esports team will build soft skills and talents that our kids can apply to future college applications and the ever growing E-sports job community (a $160 billion dollar industry in 2019).
 
Gamers Unplugged - Come and play board games with us. We have some old favorite games and some new ones you might not have played yet!   Just come and relax and play some games--we're unplugged! 
 
Art Club -  Art Club is an accelerated class offered by Ms.Bartz & Ms.Silva on Thursdays after school. It is a chance to expand the skills of young artists. Art Club is open to interested students who fill out the Art club application and submit a piece of their art.