Wainwright has many opportunities for students to be involved in extra-curricular activities. Please check out each page to find out more about each activity.
- Art Club
- FACS Club
- Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion (DEI)
- Gaming Club
- Pep Band
- Speech Team
- STEM Club
- Student Council
- Students In Action
- Wainwright Honor Society
Have you ever wanted to draw, sculpt, paint, or just hang out after school to create? If so, Art Club is the club for you! Here at Wainwright Middle School, art club is an organization where students can work together on projects and other interests in art. We will participate in school and community projects and create with one another. Students who have a keen interest in art should consider participating to increase their artistic abilities. We will meet after school from 2:30-3:30 on dates to be determined by Mr. Moody.
FACS Club is an after-school program that gives students an opportunity to enhance their learning beyond what they would learn in FACS class as well as give back to the community. FACS club is open to any middle school student in grades 6-8.
Club meetings will be after school from 2:45-5:00 on the second Monday of each month in room 24. Students will need to be picked up at door 7.
School phone: 765-269-8394
The Wainwright student diversity, equality, and inclusion group meets to discuss and implement items related to being inclusive of all students. Topics of diversity, equality, and inclusion are discussed and ideas are shared in order to continue to grow and improve our inclusive environment. The student diversity, equality, and inclusion serves as an opportunity for students to lead the conversation and provide suggestions for improvement. The group typically meets once a month during the school day. Any student interested should see Mr. Fenne, Mrs. Lamb, or Mr. Lowrey.
Gaming Club is an after school activity in which students get together to play and discuss video games, board games, puzzle games, card games, etc. Students from all grade levels are welcome. Bring your own games is encouraged, but they must be school appropriate.
The club will meet on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings are from 2:30 to 3:30 after school in Mr. Spencer’s room number 16.
Wainwright Middle School will have an intramural program during the 2018-2019 school year. All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students will have the chance to participate in any or all of the sports that are offered. In order to participate in an intramural sport a student CANNOT be participating in a school sports activity during that same season. There is no cost!
Throughout the year, the Intramural dates (with sport played listed) will be posted on the announcements at school, so please look out for upcoming meeting dates. On the given date, Intramurals will take place after school from 2:30- 3:30. Intramurals will begin in September!
Rules for Intramurals
Clothes- Change into your gym clothes already at school or bring some.
Teachers’ decisions are final. No arguing calls. If you argue you will sit out that day.
This is a FUN activity, not serious competition…
Report to the gym by 2:30, change, stretch, and play!
The Pep Band is an optional after school ensemble for 7th and 8th grade band students that plays at boys and girls basketball games throughout the school year. We play lots of cool music, develop cheers for the team, and have tons of fun. Practices are after school weekly until 3:30. Contact Mr. Fenne at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Wainwright's Speech Team is a program designed to give interested students an opportunity to improve their public speaking skills in a creative environment.
Speech meets are made up of nine different events:
- In Demonstration, students give a "how-to" speech on a certain topic of their choice. A Demonstration speech may involve posters, props, and partners.
- In Drama, students prepare a dramatic cutting from a play, short story, or novel. Entries in Drama are memorized.
- In Duo, a pair of students present a dramatic or humorous selection. Students entered in Duo are required to read from a script.
- In Extemp, students draw topics related to current events, prepare speeches through Internet research, and deliver them all during a limited time period during the meet. Extemp is open to eighth graders only.
- In Humor, students prepare a humorous cutting from a play, short story, or novel. Entries in Humor are memorized.
- In Oratorical Interpretation, students deliver selections that have been presented by a speaker in another time and place. "The Gettysburg Address" is a common example. Entries in Oratorical Interpretation are memorized.
- In Original Oratory, students deliver speeches that they have written themselves. In addition to delivery, then, content and organization are judged. Original Oratory is open to seventh and eighth graders only.
- In Poetry, students prepare a selection of poems from a certain author or with a certain focus or topic. The student's own introductions and transitions are memorized, but poems are read from a folder.
- In Radio, the speaker plays the part of a news person, delivering a newscast, commercial, and live remote while unseen by judges. Radio is open to eighth graders only.
The STEM club will be a combination of FIRST Lego League and science experiments. The first semester will focus on FIRST Robotics Lego League and second semester will focus on science experiments.
The STEM Club will meet on Tuesdays from 2:30 - 5:00pm.
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Student Council is an elected group of students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade consisting of one student per homeroom. The purpose of Student Council is to enable students to develop leadership, organization, and communication skills by coordinating various projects in the school and local community.
Students will meet the first Wednesday of each month in Room 25 from 2:30-3:30pm. Once projects are decided upon, there will be additional after school meetings to prepare and complete the projects.
Student Council sponsor is Mrs. Caudill.
Students In Action (SIA) is an organization geared towards creating young leaders through community service. Students will develop and implement a service work project designed to have a meaningful impact on the school and greater community. Students will attend three conferences throughout the year to gain important leadership training and then present their service project to a panel of judges and other participating schools.
Honor Society sponsor is Mrs. Martin