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Clubs and Activities

Math Tutoring

Cimarron Springs Middle School 7th and 8th grade math teachers are proud to offer math tutoring two days a week.  The math teachers will have one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of our Stallions.  Stallions will get individualized assistance to help them strengthen concept knowledge and complete assignments.  Stallions will need to sign up prior to attending.  Sign up sheets will be sent at the beginning of each month to both parents and Stallions. 


When: Tuesday afternoons from 3:15 - 4:00pm and Thursday mornings from 7:15 - 8:00am


Club Sponsors: Brian Kirchner, Amy Green and Jason Lovely

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Book Club

Cimarron Springs Book Club is designed for 7th and 8th graders to be a celebration of reading and a place where reluctant and avid readers alike can get together to read and discuss literary works that interest them. All students are invited and encouraged to join.


When: Friday mornings from 7:15-8:00am


Club Sponsor: Amy Green 

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After School Choir

Cimarron Springs Middle School After School Choir is for students who would like to sing in choir if they do not have choir during the school day. Students who are in choir and would like to sing more are welcome to join as well. This is a great opportunity for students to try out choir if they are interested! Students will have many opportunities to perform including choir concerts, sporting events, collaborations and workshops with the Willow Canyon High School Choir Program, and various events outside of school. A parent meeting for interested singers will be held at the beginning of each semester to talk about performances and expectations.


When: Rehearsals on Tuesday afternoons from 3:15-4:15pm


Club Sponsor: Chareeze Abarquez

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Math Challenge

Math challenge is an opportunity for 5-6th grade students to put their math skills to the test.  Students will use problem solving and team work skills to navigate challenging math problems and compete against other schools in the district.  Each team is made up of six members with no more than three students from each grade level. The team will practice on specific dates after school to work with sample problems and conduct practice rounds before the official competition dates.  


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Club Sponsors: Taylor Rich and Bethany Mohaupt

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