Clubs and Activities List

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Moore’s Clubs and Activities 

Moore Middle School has a variety of clubs and organizations through which students can get actively involved. The following information is provided to help you decide which club or organization you would like to join.

Brain Bowl

An academic competition in which teams are pitted against one another. Teams consist of five players, a moderator reads questions from four subject areas including humanities, mathematics, natural science and social sciences. Each area is equally represented. A buzzer system is used to identify the player who answers first. No questions about popular culture or media are used in Brain Bowl. In January, our team(s) will have the chance to compete against other regional schools. When we meet we will practice and prepare for this fun game-show like competition. Tuesdays 2:30-3:30. Contact Julie Bolding at 303-982-3037.

FCCLA(Future Career and Community Leaders of America) –

A club that is focused on family, leadership, and how we can make a difference at Moore and the community. Students will be in charge of coming up with ideas, events or fundraisers that would help make a difference at Moore and/or surrounding community. Contact Kassi Stroh at 303-982-8928.

Gay / Straight Alliance

Meetings on Tuesdays and on other days for special events after school throughout the year working to create a positive and supportive environment for all. Contact Julie Bolding at 303 982 3037 

Generation Beyond Challenge

Students who need a place to work on Lockheed Martin Generation Beyond Challenge. Tuesdays 2:30-3:30. Contact Hoppe Jennings at 303 982 0426.

Math ENERGY (Math Club +)

Math ENERGY is more than just a math club.  Although it will, like most math clubs, offer students opportunities to hone their math skills, it will do so much more.  Students in Math ENERGY will explore various math systems from ancient Egyptian counting methods to modern day coding.  Math ENERGY explores math, science, logic, brain science, careers and other interests rich in math applications.  Math ENERGY is also an excellent way for students to improve their basic test-taking strategies in preparation for MathCON and other local and national math competitions.  Math ENERGY meetings have not been set yet.  Tentatively we will meet twice a month on Thursday afternoons.  Look for announcements about the first gathering.  Contact Kevin Olifirowicz at

NJHS (National Junior Honors Society) Club

This is a service organization that is for students with a 3.5 or higher GPA that also meet the code of conduct requirements.  It is a wonderful group for academic preparation, service, and events.  Contact Jen Brozovich at 303 982 0391 or

The City of Westminster

Sponsors volleyball, basketball, rock climbing, cross traing and various other classes in the Fall and Spring of each school year. Contact Ronnette Jamison at 303-982-7943.


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