Activities and Clubs
All Activities and Clubs are 
Virtual at this time - Check out our offerings


Allies Club

A safe place for LGBTQ+ and their Straight Allies.  Inclusivity, Belonging, Accepting, Caring, Friends. 

Please email Ms. Chizever or Ms. Larmour for more information.​

Band Club

B.A.S.H. (Band After School Help)
Want to sound awesome? Hate practicing alone? Band (or orchestra) students. Spending time playing your instrument is the only way to get better. Have questions contact Mrs. Dyer at

Brain Bowl

The Optimist Brain Bowl is an academic quiz tournament for Colorado and Wyoming students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Teams of 5 students each compete in (virtual) head-to-head rounds to determine the champion team by grade level. Join us as we practice each week through Teams meetings. Thank you to the PTSA for sponsoring the Brain Bowl registration fees this year!

Practice times: Beginning November 18, 2020, Wednesdays 3-4 pm

Registration due date: November 13, 2020

Registration forms can be turned in to Mrs. Guerin or the front office. Mrs. Guerin's email address is for any questions.

Brain Bowl Virtual Application.pdf

Chess Club
Chess Club will restart on November 18th, and be held virtually every Wednesday at 3:15 - 4:15! Students will sign up for a free account with the first day of the club, and through their account, they can play with other students, learn strategies through games, and participate in a "Challenge of the Day." Contact Mrs. Varga if you have questions, but if not, just join the Teams Meeting November 18th to get started! 

Please contact Ms. Andrea Varga at

Chess Club Link

Fishkeepers Club

As a member of the Fishkeepers Club, You will - Learn about aquariums - Learn the science behind aquariums - Learn about fish - Learn how to care for fish - Learn how to breed fish - Get and give advice from and to other fishkeepers - Maintain an aquarium

If you are interested in joining, or think you might be interested, 

WHEN:  Every Thursday
Starting November 12, 2020 on MSTeams.

How to Join:  Email or schoology message Mr. Eric Muenchen.  Tell him your student number and he will invite you into the meeting.

Come to join the
Forensics Team!
What is Forensics?
One act plays
Story telling
Solo Acting—both Dramatic and Humorous
Reader’s Theater
Speaking—Persuasive, Impromptu, and Extemp!
All in competition format!
       We will be meeting virtually starting Monday, November 30, 2020 in a Teams Meeting.

What will we do at the first meetingGo over the event rules, meet the other coach, and get ready to start planning work days!

Questions?  See Mr. Goolsby or email me at

The Hoot

Calling all writers, reporters, photographers, poets, authors, editors, and anyone wanting to have a real hoot! The Hoot is a digital newspaper club at CTMS.

Let’s meet Wednesdays from 3:00-3:50 p.m. on Teams to curate clips, ponder posts, and develop design for an online student-centered newspaper. How might we use The Hoot to capture the voices of our CTMS community in order to connect and learn from one another?  

Teams Link Here

Contact: Mrs. Lauren Yanez​

Math Counts
In Math Counts, we make learning math fun. We believe middle school is a critical juncture when a love of math must be encouraged, and a fear of math must be overcome. 

At CTMS, we strive to build problem solving skills and positive attitudes about math, so students embrace challenges and persist through the “struggle”.  Please come and join us via Microsoft Teams.

Starting December 1st 
Meets:  Tuesday

Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

You are invited!  Math Counts Club Teams Meeting Link  Tap on the link or paste it in a browser to join.

Contact Mrs. Heather Conyers at
Mr. Kintz at

Military Group

A place for students who are united by the military to share about challenges they face, work on their resiliency and know they have other peers going through some of the same things they are.  We focus on the positives of being a military family while celebrating what brings us all together. 


National Junior Honor Society is an organization that is committed to developing scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship in our students. 7th grade students with cumulative GPA’s of 3.8 or higher will be invited to apply to join and accepted members will be inducted in May of each year. Students will complete community service hours and will help Chinook Trail Middle School in leadership and service activities. 

For more Info please contact Mrs. Richardson at or

Mrs. Huber at

Owls C.A.R.E

Do you want to BE THE GOOD in the world and MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE in our community? 

We will be exploring ideas to make our school, our town, and our world a better place for everybody.

Questions? Come see Ms. Larmour in pod 642 or email her at

Community Service Club Info

Rubik's Cube Club

Students participating in this club will learn
how to solve a Rubik’s Cube, improve their
speed, as well as create mosaic artwork using up to 600 Rubik’s Cubes as a medium.

Contact Kendra Larmour at if you have any questions.


Student Council is a student-led activity whose participants are chosen through an application process. It seeks to provide a valuable leadership partnership between students and their school. It creates the opportunity for students to become effective leaders, thus encouraging and influencing a positive school climate. We will coordinate some service opportunities and some opportunities for students to create events for their classmates. 



The CTMS Spelling Bee

Each ELA teacher has Spelling Bee resources in his or her Schoology course.  You will find lists and Spelling Bee tips there.  Students who are in Mrs. Guerin's Schoology course can also access Spelling Bee materials in that course.  Stay tuned for information on the school, district, and state Spelling Bee!  For more information on Scripps National Spelling Bee, follow the link.  Please be advised that due to COVID guidelines the Spelling Bee could be postponed, rescheduled, or cancelled (but we hope not!)  Message Mrs. Guerin at  or through Schoology with your questions.

Sources of Strength

Sources of Strength: A best practice youth suicide prevention project designed to harness the power of peer social networks to change unhealthy norms and culture, ultimately preventing suicide, bullying, and substance abuse.  The mission of Sources of Strength is to prevent suicide by increasing help seeking behaviors and promoting connections between peers and caring adults.  Sources of Strength moves beyond a singular focus on risk factors by utilizing an upstream approach for youth suicide prevention.  This upstream model strengthens multiple sources of support (protective factors) around young individuals so that when times get hard they have strengths to rely on. 

Meets: Bi-Weekly 

Yearbook Staff

Yearbook Goals:
The goals for yearbook club are to create an inclusive book that covers the year’s events for all students.
• Establish a firm editorial staff structure so students understand to whom they report and how the creation process works.
• Students have job descriptions, know their roles and are assigned pages and tasks related to their individual interests immediately. 
• Foster a fun, professional and team-oriented yearbook culture. 
• Create a new format based off of the standard organization of yearbooks.

Students will learn:
• Basic principles of scholastic press law, such as First Amendment status, libel, copyright, obscenity, and other topics of legal concern.
• Policies that involve selection of editors, staff conduct and removal from staff.
• Job descriptions and other matters of organization and production.
• Skills to collaborate in a virtual environment.

Meeting Times:
Tuesday Afternoons on Microsoft Teams 3:10pm to 4:10pm

Contact Info:
Jeff Bloodworth

Contract for Parents-Students for CTMS Yearbook Staff