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  • For information about athletics and activities offered by Odle Middle School, see the list of activities and clubs below, in FinalForms,  or contact the Odle main office at 425-456-6600.
  • For information about activities offered at Olde through Jubilee Reach, visit their website. See Odle Jubilee Sports schedule here.


To register for athletics and activities offered through Jubilee Reach or your Middle School, visit the FinalForms webpage.  Jubilee Reach or your Middle School staff will contact you via email before the sports season begins with details about practice times and event schedules. Please note the following before registering online:

    1. Registration must be completed by the parent or legal (court appointed) guardian of the student athlete.
    2. Parents/guardians can find registration instructions in the Parent Playbook for FinalForms.
    3. Parents/guardians can enter multiple students in one FinalForms session.
    4. NOTE: Middle school students are not required to obtain a sports physical or ImPACT concussion testing to participate in Jubilee Reach or Middle School athletics and activities. Sports physicals (signed by physician) and ImPACT testing is required beginning in 9th grade for High School Athletics.)
    5. When you add or update information in FinalForms, you must also add/update that information in ParentVUE.
Activity DescriptionDays/Location TimesTeachers
Club JubileeClub 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. http://www.jubileereach.org/*MTRF - Club Jubilee in the upper gym 3:30p- 4p  *MTRF -Jubilee Practice; 4:00- 4:45 on the field and track *Wednesday - Games 3:00 - 4:30 pmSports Schedules 2021-22Alec Peterson petersonal@bsd405 or alecp@jubileereach.org
Yearbook ClubYearbook 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. Yearbook Club is a virtual club that runs during the 1st semester. Signups for the club are open 9/2 to 9/16Each Monday 9/20 to 1/24 students receive an assignment and must complete it by the assigned due date.Elizabeth Black: blacke@bsd405.org
Future Problem SolversFPS program engages students in creative problem solving and stimulates critical and creative thinking skills, encouraging students to develop a vision for the future.Wednesdays7:15-8:15amDebby Benzinger: benzingd@bsd405.org  Claire Kujawa: elliottc@bsd405.org
Jazz BandThis is an outside of school activity. The group membership is open to any 7th or 8th grade band member who plays trumpet, trombone, alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax, piano, string bass, drum set or electric guitar.M/Tu/TH/Fri7:30 - 8:20 amBarry Roberts: robertsb@bsd405.org
Jazz ClubThis is an outside of school activity. The group membership is open to any Odle band or orchestra member, regardless of what grade they are in or instrument they play.Fridays3:55 - 4:40 pmBarry Roberts: robertsb@bsd405.org
Rainbow ClubA supportive, inclusive and safe space for LGBTQ students and their allies (supportive friends) to chat about things that matter to us.Thursdays4:15 - 5:00 pmSonia Reid: reids@bsd405.org Erynn Udris: udrise@bsd405.org
Geography Club (Inactive)Geography Club is a great and fun club for students to join if you're interested in geography! We learn, and quiz, on certain topics each week! This club accommodates all skill levels, so whether you are a geography master, or just learning geography right now, this club is for you! If you aren't sure about what type of geography questions we will be doing, we will be learning, and quizzing, on landmarks, cities, cultures, mountains, bodies of water, and other geographical things! The best part of the club is that after the club ends, we will take the Geography Bee, where students compete against each other to see who the best geographer in Odle is, and the winner will have a chance to compete in the state Geography Bee! (Note that if you don't fancy taking the Geography Bee, but want to go to the Geography Club, you can do that as well!)Tuesdays4:00-5:00Taylor Tillotson: tillotsont@bsd405.org
Odle Tech ClubThis ASB club offers students the opportunity to explore technology during Fall and Spring sessions. Topics include robotics, rocketry, and media (video and photography). Club activities are recreational and do not include competitions.

Participants selection is via a lottery drawn from a pool of interested students that register via FinalForms.
Thursdays during the sessions for participants. Officers meet Thursdays during and between the Fall and Spring sessions.

Session 1:
October 14
October 28
November 18
December 2, 16
January 6, 20
February 3

Session 2:
March 3, 17, 31
April 21
May 5, 19
June 2, 16
3:55 to 4:40Brendan Williams, Hope Isitt, Leslie Lizotte, Tasha Shelton, Steve Westerside
Fiber ClubFiber Club is a fun, inclusive, drop-in club all about Fiber Arts. ALL skill level welcome, including beginners. We're happy to "show you the yarns." Simply come in and cast-on. .Materials provided (or bring your own).  Thursdays (in room 219 effective 9/30/2021)3:55-4:40Dylan Scott scottd@bsd405.org
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