Middle School Clubs/Activities

Timnath Middle School Student-Led Organizations

Organization Purpose Meeting Info Student Contact Employee Monitor 
Adventure's Guild

The Adventure's Guild is a club for tabletop RPG game playing, such as DnD, Pathfinder, and Saga. Students will participate in collaborative storytelling campaigns at each meeting.


Wednesdays after school Room F203 Eli Gagnon Lilly Halboth

Chess Club


This club is for students who are interested in learning the game or improving their chess skills. 

Thursdays after school in C215


Austin Esparza


Gabrielle Schauer


Fellowship of Christian Athletes

FCA is a student-purposed club that is working to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. 


Thursdays before school

Owen Zadeh


Troy Tolar

6th Grade Weekly


Newspaper club 


Thursdays during 6th-grade lunch


Mika Dixon 


Valerie Strawn


Street Hockey This club is for students who like to play street hockey. During this time, we will play (with sneakers) and talk about all things hockey. 

Mondays and Tuesdays after school

Outside Basketball court

Jaxon Ross


Nic Sullwold 
Ultimate Frisbee To have fun and teach ultimate frisbee

Mondays before school

Open green space east of the bike racks.

Oliver McMurdie


Miranda Jaster


Timnath Middle School-Led Organizations

Book Club 


This is a monthly club to discuss books.


Mondays from 4:15 - 5 pm in the Media Center


Valerie Strawn



E-Sports To compete in Rocket League and build community and teamwork through gaming

Thursdays after school until 5 pm in Media Center (room G222)


Beth Bean


LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) Youth Council


Latinos have become important in every aspect of American society. Even more important are the upcoming generations that will one day cultivate into our nation’s prominent leaders. Each generation plays a pivotal role in addressing the social, economic, and political injustices to advance the civil rights of our communities. Youth have been at the forefront of many social movements throughout history. The LULAC Youth program is designed to develop young people into impactful community leaders through positive educational experiences, social events, and civic activities. Members will participate in educational and community leadership opportunities through mentor programs and community volunteer events.


Thursdays at 4:15 pm in the Summit


Cristobal Fierro



Math Counts


To engage middle school students in Math related competitions (individual and team) through Mathcounts.org

Wednesdays 4-5 pm in the Sleuth room 

Satnam Doad


Model UN


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. We will have 8-10th graders for the 22-23 school year.


Mondays and Fridays at 8:15 in C215


Gabrielle Schauer



Science Olympiad


Science Olympiad is a team STEM competition with over 23 events pertaining to various fields of science, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. 



Lynne Diaz


Timnath Drama Club

The purpose of the Timnath Drama Club is to bring high-quality productions to the community of Timnath and engage all students in aspects of technical theatre, and dramatic and comedic acting practices.


Monday through Thursday 

4:15 - 5:15 pm 

William Ecker



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