Session #3 (January 30 – March)

Activity Description Days Time Room Teacher(s)
Club Jubilee Club Jubilee is offered in our upper gym everyday (except Wednesdays) providing students with a supervised space to play sports, participate in fun activities or socialize with peers.





Upper Gym Club Jubilee
Yearbook Club  Yearbook club is a place for students to apply academic skills such as writing, editing, and photography to create a final polished project that the school can enjoy. Students learn about deadlines and professional formatting. Yearbook is a very enriching environment with opportunities to become a leader. Friday 4:00-4:45 245 Pamela Kennedy
Robotics Club
(entry includes application and selection process)
Who should join? Kids who are excited about science, technology, engineering and math. Kids who want to be part of a team. Kids who want to work hard to be successful. Kids who like to design, make and build things. Kids who might want to learn about robots and coding (no prior robot or coding experience necessary!) This club competes in VEX IQ Competitions around the state! Tuesday and Thursday

7:45 – 8:30am


109 Steve Westerside
Washington DC Club (entry includes application and selection process) The Washington D.C. Club takes students to our nation’s capital at the end of the school year. The process for involvement includes an application, and once students are admitted they get together once a month to engage in discussions around social justice and citizenship, as well as plan and participate in fundraisers for their trip, and complete a service learning project together. Tuesdays 4:00 – 4:45 221 Kenzie Gauthier
Media Club Media Club is responsible for taking photos for the yearbook and producing videos for a variety of topics related to school (expectations, decreasing waste in the cafeteria, etc.) Membership is limited to 20 students. Tuesdays 4:00-4:45 147

Tasha Shelton

French Club French Club is run by students and is supervised by Ms. Vahedi. Members get to play French games, watch movies in French, make crepes, have French snacks and socialize. 3rd Thursday of every month 4:00-4:45 129 Ms. Vahedi
Rocketry 101
(entry includes application and selection process)
Increase student interest and participation in STEM activities by learning basic rocketry skills and gaining scientific and engineering insights through an iterative process. Mondays 4:00-4:45 109 Mr. Williams
TARC Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) is a year-long activity through Rocketry Club. Rocketry 201 introduces rocketry software and challenges student teams to predict altitudes that a rocket will fly to. Those demonstrating passion and grit in 201 are invited to participate in TARC where students design, build, test and revise a rocket that must fly a very specific flight plan. Monday (Trial and Flights are scheduled on Wednesday and Sunday afternoon 4:00-4:45 107 Mr. Williams

Future Problem Solving Club


FPS program engages students in creative problem solving and stimulates critical and creative thinking skills, encouraging students to develop a vision for the future. Wednesdays 7:15 – 8:15 Commons Ms. Benzinger
Jazz Band This is an outside of school activity. The group membership is determined by audition and is open to 7th and 8th graders that play trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, bass, drum set, auxiliary percussion or guitar. M/W/Th/F 7:30-8:20 189 Mr. Roberts
Jazz Club This is an outside of school activity. The group membership is open to an band member, regardless of what grade they are in or instrument they play. The group meets once a week from 3:30-4:45. The meeting day is normally Friday. This year it is Thursday from October to December. The club will meet on Friday’s starting in January. Thursday 4:00-4:45 189 Mr. Roberts
 Kindness Club Kindness is a fundamental characteristic that many middle schoolers tend to overlook. One selfless act can make a huge impact, so Kindness Club is working to inspire kindness at Odle to make our school a more positive place for everyone  Thursday  4:00-4:45 119

Carol Losi

 Fiber Club  A place to knit and crochet, and learn how to knit and crochet. Beginners welcome. Bring your own project or use our tools and warns.  Tuesday  4:00-4:45 119

Carol Losi

Rainbow Club A supportive, inclusive and safe space for LGBTQ students and their allies (supportive friends) to chat about things that matter to us. Start date to be determined. Please see Ms. Vrbka in the Counseling center if you are interested or have questions. TBD 4:40 – 4:45 Main Office Jean Vrbka
PTSA Math Club PTSA sponsored club. Open to all students who are interested in math covering topics such as geometry, algebra, probability, rates/ratios/proportions, counting problems, logics and number theory.



PTSA Chess Club


PTSA sponsored club. Students learn and play chess under the instruction of a US Chess National Master.


4:00-4:45 221

Derek Zhang

PTSA Science Circle PTSA sponsored club. The focus will be on lectures, discussions, expert presentations and quizzes covering high level topics such as chemistry, physics, and biology.


4:00 – 4:45 125

Rina Chowdhury