ASB – Associated Student Body – All Students Belong
The Cougar Mountain Middle School Associated Student Body aims to uphold a school culture where every student is welcome, included, and part of the Falcon community. Students should feel protected socially, emotionally, and physically with their backgrounds and beliefs. We will provide opportunities for students to positively interact and engage with their peers and the Falcon community through clubs, sports, and extra-curricular activities. The Cougar Mountain Middle School Associated Student Body, encourages a school culture of kindness and inclusivity, and promotes the core beliefs that guide us.
Cougar Mountain Middle School is a member of the Association of Washington Student Leaders (AWSL).
Clubs at Cougar Mountain
We are excited to announce that clubs are starting at Cougar Mountain! See below for the offering of after-school clubs for students. The meeting times run from after school until the Activity Bus.
Activity Bus Route Information is included at the end of this message, or on our buses webpage.
Please note: If there is a sign-up link for the club, the advisors are requesting students sign up in order to get meeting details, such as where to meet, student interest, etc.
Students who have questions about the club(s) should connect with the advisor(s) listed.
- Art Club
- ASB - Associated Student Body
- Board Game Club
- Drama Club - The Wizard of Oz
- Dungeons and Dragons
- Jazz Band
- Robotics Club
- WEB - Where Everybody Belongs
Advisor: Ms. Clary
Join us for Painting and Drawing club! If you like to paint or draw, like Manga and anime, or like meeting with friends who also like artsy things, this is the club for you!
This year’s club will be short but still SWEET! We will meet approximately every other Thursday, starting April 7th. See the exact dates below and mark your calendars:
- April 7th
- April 21st
- May 5th
- May 19th
- June 2nd
We will meet in Ms. Clary’s room, on the Sunshine floor, in room 5106. This is the first year for art club at CMMS! Be a part of this founding year and help us establish what you want the club to be!
Sign up by March 31st: https://forms.office.com/r/x0xGhLvfsu
Take a RISK and come play board games with friends! We don't want to MONOPOLIZE your time so we only meet two Mondays a month. This club offers students a chance to unplug and interact, face to face. Students will meet twice a month to learn and play board games. All grade levels are welcome.
First Meetings: Monday, 1/10 & Monday, 1/24
Advisor: Ms. Gouge
Audition Workshop: Tuesday March 8 from 2:45-4:15 in CMMS Commons
Auditions: March 14 and 15 (2:45-4:15) Room 4109
Callbacks: March 16 (3:45-5:15) and March 17 (2:45-4:15) Room 4109
Rehearsal Dates: March 28-May 19 in commons
No Rehearsal: April 11-15, May 12
Weekly Schedule: M/T/Th 2:45-4:15, W 3:45-5:15
Tech Week: May 10-19, no May 12 on stage
Tech Hours: Weds. 3:45-6:45, other days 2:45-5:45
Performances: May 20 (7:00 PM) and May 21 (2:00 PM and 7:00 PM) at CMMS commons
If you are interested in being part of our tech crew (props, lights, sound, costumes, etc.) please click the link below to fill out an interest form. There will be a meeting on Thursday, March 24th during SOAR. The location of the meeting will be announced during announcements.
Director: Mr. Wees
CMMS Contact: Ms. Sunmark
Meeting Days: Every Wednesday
Brass, woodwind, percussion, guitar, piano and bass players please join us. You should be proficient on your instrument, one or more years of experience playing please. If you are in a sport, know that Wednesdays our school coaches know that many students will be at jazz band rehearsals on Wednesdays.
Advisor: Ms. Harris
In Robotics Club we will be exploring topics related to robots and automation. We will be building and coding robots using FIRST Lego kits. Students will have the opportunity to compete with each other. The club will meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.
Meeting Days: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays
First Meeting: Tuesday, January 25th
Activity buses are provided on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for students who need transportation home after participating in an after school activity. Activity bus routes are available on our bus webpage (scroll down). Students must be participating in an after-school activity and have an Activity Bus ticket to ride. The Activity Bus ticket will be given to students by their coach or club advisor.
Please speak with your students about their Activity Bus Route, what their stop is, and how to get home from that bus stop. Activity busses make limited stops and it is very important you and your student have reviewed this information. It is also important your student knows their full home address and an emergency contact phone number.
Welcome to the CMMS Student Store! Click on the Student Store link to view the order form and inventory. You can turn in completed order forms with attached Talon Tickets to one of the blue boxes in the library or Commons.
Thank you for following the Falcon Four – We are Kind, Safe, Engaged, and Mindful!