Clubs and Organizations

 

 

TIMNATH MIDDLE-HIGH SCHOOL CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

 

School-Sponsored Activities or Organizations

 

Activity/Club

Sponsors

Sponsor Email

Room

Meeting Days

Meeting Time

Grade Level

Ambassadors

M. Vasa

M. Miltenberg

mediaz@psdschools.org

mmiltenberg@psdschools.org 

G101

Odd Days

Period 7

HS

Ambassadors is an application based servant leadership class that does peer education at TMHS on sexual assault/harassment prevention, teen dating violence prevention, and mental wellness.  We serve as mentors to elementary students at Timnath Elementary as well as offer tours for new and prospective students at TMHS.  Ambassadors seek to provide support for our fellow Cubs and collaborate with student leaders both at THS and within PSD to promote and create a positive and inclusive community!

Cub Connect

K. Cockrell

T. Arko

kcockrell@psdschools.org

tarko@psdschools.org

C 204

Odd Days

Period 5

MS

Cub Connect is an application based course for students who want to help others and have a positive impact at Timnath Middle-High School. This group will support building and maintaining a positive school culture for our students, staff, and school community. Students will work to make connections between the school and the community, will support new students throughout the year, and will lead outreach activities for our elementary schools.

Cub Reporter

L. Halboth

ohalboth@psdschools.org

HS



 

Cub Vision

J. Gillman

S. Smith

jgillman@psdschools.org

shannons@psdschools.org

D202

Odd Days

Period 7

HS

Cub Vision is an application based high school servant leadership class that plans and hosts many events  that help bring our community together. 

Esports

K. Bopray

kbopray@psdschools.org

D117

Tue & Thur

4:00 - 5:30

MS

Esports is available to middle and high school students. participants  will attend team meetings, practices, and official matches. However, since esports is played online, there is no travel required. Middle school is divided into 3 seasons, fall, winter and spring.  High school offers 2 seasons, fall and spring. 

FBLA

S. Wawrzyniak

swawryzyniak@psdschools.org

E201

1st and 3rd Friday

HS lunch

HS

FBLA High School is the high school division of Future Business Leaders of America, Inc. FBLA High School helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions, leadership development, and educational programs. The 2023-2024 program of work for the TMHS FBLA chapter will include focusing our efforts on: Competition (prep schedule, training deadlines), Community Service- Student Speaker Series, Community Service- Student Business Marketing, FBLA Club Fundraising, and Club Promotion (Website design and social media footprint).

 

First semester we will meet during lunch twice a month, 1st and 3rd FRIDAY of the month in room E201. Second Semester we will be allowed to meet during ELO- TBD!!!

FCCLA

M. Kincaid

mkincaid@psdschools.org

F113

every other Thursday 

high school lunch 

(11:55 - 12:25)

HS

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national student organization that promotes personal growth and leadership through Family and Consumer Sciences education.  Using creativity and critical thinking, FCCLA members focus on developing skills to strengthen their family units, enhance community involvement, and prepare for life after high school. Students will have the chance to develop their leadership skills by attending various competitions, conferences, and volunteer/community service opportunities throughout the year.

 

Visit the national FCCLA website for more information: https://fcclainc.org/

French Club

M. Jaster

mjaster@psdschools.org

D213

Every ODD Wednesday 

High school lunch (11:55 - 12:25)

HS

French Club is an opportunity for high school students to explore French-speaking cultures. We sample and learn about Francophone foods, watch movies, play games, do crafts, and plan outings to French restaurants around town! Students who don’t speak the language are welcome, too.

Give Next

L. Gustafson

lgustafson@psdschools.org 

C215

Meeting Every Tuesday

7/8 grade 

Give Next ELO

MS

Students design and manage their own grantmaking program.  Local businesses, foundations and individuals become classroom donors by providing each participating school with $5000 to award to nonprofits in Larimer County.  Students experience the power of collaboration and the impact they can have on their community now and in the future.

GSA

O. Halboth

A. Clifton

A. Webb

G. Andreozzi

M. Tanner

ohalboth@psdschools.org

allisonc@psdschools.org

alwebb@psdschools.org 

gandreozzi@psdschools.org 

mtanner@psdschools.org

F214 (HS)

Art room ( 7/8)

G201 ( 6)

Tuesdays 

HS ,7/8th, 6th  grade lunch

MS/HS

GSA is a space for members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies to come together in community.

Lego Robotics

J. Cockrell

jcockrell@psdschools.org

Monday - Friday

3:25 - 4:00

MS

Lego Robotics is offered for middle school students and will use STEM learning to build, program, and compete against other schools. Students will understand the basics of STEM and apply their skills in an exciting competition while building habits of learning, confidence, and teamwork skills along the way.

 

Our meeting time is during ELO each day.

LULAC

C. Fierro

cfierro@psdschools.org

E207

Wednesdays

High School Lunch or 3:25-4:00

MS/HS

LULAC is the largest and oldest Latino organization in the United States.  As the fastest-growing population in the United States, Latinos have become important in every aspect of American society and will be future leaders.  LULAC advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health, and civil rights of Latino Americans through community-based programs and community service.

Model UN

G. Schauer

gschauer@psdschools.org

D116

Mondays

HS lunch

HS

Model United Nations is a simulation of the United Nations where students play the role of delegates from different countries and attempt to solve real world issues with the policies and perspectives of their assigned country. At our weekly meetings we discuss topics from around the world and prepare for conferences, all in a fun and supportive environment. You are welcome to bring your lunch to our meetings on Mondays.

Mu Alpha Theta – Math National Honor Society

S. Glasser

sglasser@psdschools.org

F203

First Tuesday of the month

High School Lunch

(11:55 - 12:25)

HS

Mu Alpha Theta is a national honor society centered around cultivating interest in mathematics, and serving our school community through math tutoring and events such as the SAT Math Competition. We meet monthly to look at neat topics in math outside the scope of the normal high school curriculum, plan events, and develop a tutoring schedule.

Art National Honor Society

K. Mohar

kmohar@psdschools.org

D107

Thursdays

ELO

HS

National Art Honor Society is an application based club for high school students who exhibit outstanding scholarship in the visual arts. Students work together to do art related service projects that benefit the school and larger community. 


 

National Honor Society

J. Moorcroft

jmoorcroft@psdschools.org

Odd Days

Varies 

High School Lunch

(11:55 - 12:25) 

HS

National Honor Society is a club centered around 4 pillars: Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Character. Students lead this club to serve the Timnath Middle-High School community.  We will work as peer tutors, raise money to create an in-school charity, called Cub Cares, and serve in the greater Timnath community.  All students in NHS must maintain a GPA of 3.6 or higher while taking a rigorous class load and will complete a minimum of 20 -30 service hours a year.

Science National  Honor Society

K. Malone

kmalone@psdschools.org

F204A

First Thursday of the Month

High School Lunch (11:55-12:25)

HS

NSHS celebrates students that excel in science and provides a community to explore scientific concepts. Students will collaborate on service projects and fundraisers, and they will work to support each other as they grow as scientists and community members. 

Navigators

C. Bergmann

G. Schauer

cbergman@psdschools.org

gschauer@psdschools.org

D116

Odd Days

Period 7

HS

Timnath Navigators is an application-based student leadership elective course that focuses on environmental leadership in our school and community.  Throughout the year we engage in multiple service-learning field trips and learning extensions beyond the classroom.  One cornerstone of this course is a service-learning adventure trip to Catalina Island, CA. where students will engage in a variety of outdoor recreation experiences and ecological restoration projects while on the island.  This trip is optional and all finances for the trip are the responsibility of the student and guardians.

Science Olympiad

L. Diaz

ldiaz@psdschools.org 

Varies

Varies by topic

Varies by topic

MS

Science Olympiad is an organization that turns science, technology, engineering, and math into a fun competition and helps increase your knowledge and love of STEM. Each event has specific testing routines or challenges which you will prepare for during practice sessions. Meetings will be established as events are assigned to meet the availability of varying schedules.

Skills USA

K. Murray

kemurray@psdschools.org

Metals Shop

Wednesdays

4:00-5:15 pm

HS

Skills USA is a student-led skilled trades organization where students learn leadership and trades skills such as construction, welding and robotics. Throughout our shop classes and after school club time we will learn the skills required for competition. Competitions have specific criteria and take place at the regional (Northern Colorado), state and national levels. We meet during shop classes and after school from 4-5:15p on Wednesdays in the Metals Shop. For more information visit www.skillsusa.org

Theatre Club

P. Forman

pforman@psdschools.org

MS/HS

Tri M National Music Honor Society

C. Petersen

D. Mendizabal

cpeterse@psdschools.org

dmendizabal@psdschools.org

A128

Mondays

3:25-4:00 pm

HS

TSA

E. Bean

ebean@psdschools.org

D202/D117

Mondays

4:00-5:00 pm

MS/HS

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national non-profit career and technical student organization composed of middle and high school students engaged in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Members stay actively involved through competitions and leadership and career-awareness opportunities.  We meet Mondays from 4-5pm and our state conference is in February. See https://www.coloradotsa.org/about  to learn more!

Ultimate Frisbee

M. Jaster

mjaster@psdschools.org

D213

Wednesdays 

4:00-5:15 pm

MS

Ultimate frisbee is an incredibly fun high-intensity sport that involves running, catching, jumping and throwing (note: disc golf is a different sport!) At TMHS our ultimate frisbee club is open to all 6-8 grade students who want to learn to play.  We practice once a week after school and compete in state-wide tournaments once a semester.  We play from the beginning of the year until Thanksgiving break, and then again from spring break until the end of the year.

Unified Pals

A. James

ajames@psdschools.org

G106

2nd Monday of 

each month

During student lunch periods

HS

Unified Pals is an extracurricular club for ALL students to educate, advocate, and spread awareness about disabilities. There are opportunities for Unified events inside school and out of school, participating in Unified sports, and fundraisers for our club and Special Olympics Colorado. We like to have FUN and Stay UNIFIED! 

Yearbook - Middle School

B. Peterson

bpeterson@psdschools.org

D117

Even Days

2nd Period

MS

Yearbook - High School

G. Schauer

gschauer@psdschools.org



 

HS

HOSA (Coming 2024)

C. Fierro

cfierro@psdschools.org

HS

HOSA is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services and several federal and state agencies. HOSA’s mission is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community, through education, collaboration, and experience. HOSA actively promotes career opportunities in the health industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA’s goal is to encourage all health science instructors and students to affiliate and be actively involved in the HSE-HOSA Partnership

 

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