Activity Bus Information
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. 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.
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 MS
Below is the Club offerings at CMMS this upcoming year. To participate in after school clubs, an ASB card for a fee of $35 must be paid with possible additional fees some clubs.
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 this link. Students must be participating in an after-school activity and have an Activity Bus ticket to ride. Activity Buses make limited stops and are not the regular bus routes. Please review the routes and stop with your student prior to the first day of an activity.
- Art Club (3rd Trimester)
- Board Game Club
- Chess Club
- Drama Club (Starts in December)
- Jazz Band
- Knitting Club
- Robotics Club
- Timber Bridge
Club Advisor: Ms. Clary
Welcome to Art Club! This year's art club will focus on students who love to draw, paint, and/or love anime and manga!
Meeting Dates: We will meet every other Thursday, after school, during 3rd trimester. Be on the lookout for specific meeting dates closer to third trimester!
Meeting Location: Meetings will be held in Room #5106 and limited but special “art club only” supplies will be available!
Club Advisor: Mr. McEwen
Meeting Dates: This is subject to change throughout the school year. The first meeting of the year is Monday, 9/18.
At the beginning of the school year, we will meet every Monday after school. Mr. McEwen coaches basketball at Issaquah High School, so Chess club will not meet while in season. (Middle of November - End of February) Once the basketball season has concluded, Chess Club will start back up again.
Meeting Location: TBD but hopefully Mr. McEwen classroom, Room #4210
Club Advisor: Ms. Gouge
This year, the CMMS Drama club is partnering with Youth Theater Northwest in order to present Matilda The Musical.
Audition information will be available in December.
Students will be cast in January.
Rehearsals run Monday through Thursday after school until the performances which will be March 28, 29, and 30th.
Tech crew positions will also be available to students, but they will not be filled until February.
If your student is interested in participating in Drama Club, please be on the look out for more detailed information in December!
Club Advisor: Mr. Rogers
Meeting Dates: Tuesdays from 2:45 p.m. – 4:25 p.m. starting October 3rd
Meeting Location: 5203
About Jazz Band: Students enrolled in a music course at CMMS have the opportunity to participate in a jazz band ensemble after school on Tuesdays for this academic year. In jazz band, students will study and perform musical styles such as swing, rock, bop, Latin, and pop. Students who participate in jazz band will partake in additional musical festivals and trips as part of our performance endeavors.
Information to participate in jazz band will be sent home with students in late September. Reach out to Mr. Rogers at email@example.com with any questions you might have.
Club Advisor: Ms. Kenniston (with Harriet Arkley)
Meeting Dates: Tuesdays (Specific dates will be posted on Canvas!)
Meeting Location: 3210
Tasks/Projects/Details/Etc. About the Club: Knitting experts come teach students basic knitting skills and support them with completing projects of their choosing. No prior knitting experience is needed and materials are provided. If you would like to join, please sign up via Canvas or the QR code on one of the our posters so we can make sure to have supplies for everyone.
Club Advisor: Mr. Freed
Meeting Dates: The club will meet on Thursdays from 2:45 p.m. – 4:25 p.m. (Specific dates will be posted on Canvas page)
Meeting Location: Room #4110
Tasks/Projects/Details/Etc. About the Club:
What is PRISM?
A club where those who identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community and straight allies can be together to discuss issues affecting them, celebrate each other, and create positive change in the community.
What is the purpose of PRISM club?
To create a community for students
To support those who face issues
To improve the school and community through meaningful dialogue
Who can Join?
ANYONE!!! All those who identify as part of the LQBTQIA + community and allies are welcome!
Club Advisor: Ms. Harker
Meeting Dates: The first meeting of the year is Monday, 9/18.
The club will meet Monday and Thursday afternoons from 9/18 through December
Meeting Location: Room 2202
The CMMS Robotics Club uses Lego Spike kits to explore robotics. Students will learn about coding, engineering, problem-solving and teamwork as they create their robots and have the option to compete with other local teams in the FIRST Lego League Challenge Competition. The club meets Mondays and Thursdays after school through December with a possible extension if the competition teams go to the state competition.
Club Advisor: Ms. Chon
Timber Bridge is a club for students who enjoy fostering meaningful relationships with older adults. All are welcome as we visit our neighbors at Timber Ridge for activities such as Generations over Dinner, choral performances, fitness classes, and more! Walking permission forms must be completed before students can participate.
Meeting Dates: Timber Bridge will meet once a month on Tuesday after school beginning in October.
Location: Meet in 2211 then walk to Timber Ridge