Clague After School Clubs 2017 -18

Students do not have to pre-register for after school clubs to attend. Please sign up with the club advisor.


                     Academic Games    7:00 - 9:00 pm   Cafeteria  

                     Newspaper Club     3:15 - 4:30    Cougar Lab



                  Gaming Club  3:15 - 4:30  Room 146        Start date T.B.A.

                  Homework Club  3:15 – 4:30  Cafeteria   

                  Practice Club  3:15 – 4:30 Orchestra Room

                  Youth in Government  3:15 - 4:15 Room 218



                    Homework Club    3:00 – 4:30   Cafeteria 

                   Math Counts Club  3:15 - 4:30   Room 205 
                   Cubing Club           3:15 - 4:30  Room 129


                Academic Games    3:15 to 5:00 pm Cafeteria   

There is an after school bus (for students who ride a bus to school) on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 4:45 pm for students in clubs and sports. The bus picks up by the Tennis Courts.

Academic Games (Sept. – June)

 Chess Club (Nov. – Jan.)

Homework Club (Sept. – May)

 Math Counts (Oct. – April)

 Music-Practice Club (Oct. – May)

 Running Club (Nov. – April)

 Worldview – Debate Club (Tentative)

 Ultimate Frisbee (April – June)

Tennis (6th grade only) (April - June)

The after school bus is available Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, and leaves Clague between 4:45 – 4:55. The bus will load at the side of the school near the tennis courts.

  Clague After School Clubs

2017 -2018 

Start dates to be determined 

After School Club Director:  Ms. Deborah Mullice

Phone: 994-1976, email:

Join us! 

*There is an after school bus on  Monday, Tuesday and Thursday that leaves between 4:45 – 4:55 pm for students in clubs and sports. Bus picks up near the tennis courts.

Club Descriptions

Practice Club  - Ms. Alwin, Mr. MacArthur & Mrs. Katz

The Practice Club meets on Tuesday afternoons from 3:00-4:30 in the orchestra room. This club is available to any student at Clague interested in a supportive environment to practice their musical instrument (including voice). High school mentors are available to coach students one-on-one, or in small groups.  This is a fabulous opportunity to work alongside older students and to learn more about the art of practicing.

Chess Club - Mr. Scheel-Ayers

Meets Tuesday after school, in room 206 from 3:00-4:30. This after school club is open to anyone who wants to learn how to play chess and improve their chess skills. No experience necessary.

Math Counts - Ms. Pedersen

This after school club is for anyone who loves math and enjoys friendly competition.  The club meets each Thursday from 3:00 - 4:30 in room 205.  In addition to preparing for the regional competition where we compete against schools throughout Washtenaw County we will now be participating in the Math Counts on-line competition in which we will compete against teams around the country and the world. Math Counts exposes you to new strategies and math concepts and improves your understanding of mathematics.

Check out the official Math Counts site for more information!

Science Olympiad-

Check out the official Science Olympiad website!

Academic Games - Mr. Nelson

Academic Games is a series of games designed to test a student's knowledge in several different subject areas. Students compete in games that cover math, English, Social Studies, & Logic.  The primary purpose of Academic Games is to make learning fun for students.  The Clague AG team meets twice a week, Monday from 7:00-9:00 pm and Friday from 3:00-5:00.   For more information, check out the Clague AG website.

Check out the official Academic Games website!

 Homework Club - Ms. Morningstar, Ms. Sloan & Jender

Homework Club meets on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00-4:30 in the Cafeteria.  Students will work on daily assignments and receive assistance when needed. Students need a signed permission slip to attend.

Youth in Government Club

This is a comprehensive program for students that teaches the state government process in a fun, interactive, and exciting way. Participants will learn about bill writing, parliamentary procedure, current issues facing the State of Michigan, and much more.  The club will meet Tuesdays 3 -4:30 in Room 206 and is run by the Youth in Government coordinator at the Ann Arbor YMCA.

Current Events/Debate Club (tentative)

Mr. Wiens

In the Current Events/Debate Club, students will be given various topics from current event issues and asked to debate their positions on those issues. This club gives students the opportunity and incentive to become aware and further their understanding of current world issues, while also providing a forum in which they can express their opinions, beliefs, and new ideas. Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students are encouraged to participate. The club will meet Tuesday 3:00 – 4:15 in Room 218.

Running Club -  Coach Yamada & Coach Machielle

Clague Winter Running Club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays  3:00 – 4:30 pm in the Tech Ed hallway. The club meets from Nov. (after Cross Country season) to April   when, track starts). New runners are always welcome!   There are a variety of speeds of runners, and everyone has a partner. The distances of our runs vary. Dressing for the weather is important. The running club does a variety of activities such as Frisbee dodge ball, sledding and other running related activities.



Do you like to go bowling? Can you be a friend to other students? 

Would you like to play some fun games while making Clague a better place?

Then you should join the Unified Champions Club!!  It pairs students up with peer buddies so that they can participate in sports such as bowling, bocce ball and track events.

Unified Champions will meet every Tuesday after school in Ms.Warr's room, 146. 

Some weeks we will take a bus to Revel and Roll Lanes for bowling. 


Gaming Club –  Mr. Darraugh

Are you interested in fantasy, adventure and gaming? Do you enjoy strategy and teamwork?  Do you wish you could be part of your favorite adventure story? Come join the Gaming Club.  We will play table-top games such as Dungeons and Dragons every Tuesday after school 3:15 – 4:30. Everyone is welcome, even if you've never played before.  Email Mr. Darragh at for more information.


First Tech Challenge (FTC) (tentative)Ganesh Ramashardi

 Interested in building a robot that can throw balls or shoot hoops?

Come join the club that will build one using computer-aided design, and computer programming.  Participants will compete to see how their robot performs in a game with rules laid out at the First Tech Challenge website.  The team will meet weekly.  You may sign up in the Main Office or contact Ganesh Ramashardi at