Cox Clubs & Activities
Clubs for the 19-20 School Year
More information will post here and in the monthly newsletters as it becomes available.
All Clubs meet from 8:00-8:30 unless otherwise stated.
Most clubs are open to all students unless stated.
No clubs meet on Thursday due to Staff Meetings.
What: Art club will be creating art projects together, experience is not necessary. We will give the first open spots to students not enrolled in art to allow them a new opportunity. Any other open spots will be given to curretnly enrolled art students.
How: Please complete an application. (more information to come on where to get that application)
When: Art club will meet after school on Tuesdays 4-5 pm beginning September 17.
Cost: There is a $5 Cost for supplies per semester.
Sponsors: Ms. Pratt and Mrs. Urbano
This club will be responsible for the morning announcements. We are looking for six 5th graders and six 6th graders. We will have students in front of and behind the camera on both teams.
How: If you are interested in applying for a position please pick up an application at Mrs. Eaves office door. (one is located in the library on the 5th grade side and one on the 5th grade hall next to the library.) Please return the application no later than September 10th to Mrs. Eaves.
When will they meet? This club is a time committment. Fifth and Sixth grade rotate weeks and if its your week to work, you are expected to be in the broadcast room by 8:30. You will be finished at the end of announcments. All students are expected to work every other week.
Sponsor: Mrs. Eaves
Thank you to all the students who submitted an application. Students will be notified if they were given a position on Wednesday, September 11.
If you enjoy playing Chess, come to chess club and play with friends.
Chess Club meets on Tuesday mornings starting September 17.
Chess Club meets in room 106 with Mrs. Wagner.
What: Compassion Club unites students in spreading compassion within their schools and throughout the community. Through monthly discussions of values like friendship, kindness, empathy, and forgiveness, kids will gain a sense of belonging and connection with those around them.The club will plan and carry out small and large-scale acts of service. Everyone is invited and included. The Compassion Club welcomes everyone and anyone to be a part of spreading kindness to others.
When: The second Tuesday of the Month. Sept 10, October 8, Nov 12, December 10, Jan 14, Feb 11, March 10, April 14
Where: Library from 8:30-9:00
How can I join? Just show up at the first meeting.
What: Students will learn the art of making documentaries. (Informative videos). Our goal is for students to compete in the District’s Sci Story competition in January.
Who: Any student is invited to attend.
When: We will meet on Friday’s in room 107 from 8-8:30. First meeting date is Friday September 13.
Sponsor: Mrs. Eaves
Description: Drama club is an audition based club open to the entire school that will perform a play in the fall semester and a group performance of a song from a musical during the spring talent show. This will be a great experience for students to learn the importance of creativity, self-discipline, and boost confidence through performance!
Who: All students are invited to attend the informational meeting on September 17th in the Choir room at 8am. Information about auditions will be given at that meeting. If you are selected there will be a cost of $20.
When: A rehearsal schedule will be given out to those that are selected, but could be 2-3 a week.
How do you sign up: Come to the informational meeting on September 17th at 8am.
Sponsor: Ms. Neighbors, Ms. Parkinson and Ms. Baughman
Fit club is for students looking for some extra fitness in their day.
When: Fit club will meet on Mondays from 8-8:30 beginning September 9 in the Gym.
Who: All students are welcome to attend.
Sponsors: Coach Martin and Coach McKee
Rubiks Cube Club
What: Rubiks Cube Fun. This club has 2 parts, learn to solve the cube and use the cube to create mosaics. We also like to see how quickly we can solve the cube.
Who: Open to all students. In the fall we typically spend time learning to solve the cube, but if you can solve, come and help us learn.
Cubes are provided for club meetings, you are welcome to bring your own, but cannot take the club cubes home.
When: Mondays in room 107 from 8-8:30. First meeting date is Monday, September 9.
How do you sign up: Just show up.
Sponsor: Cerise Eaves room #L-A
Sponsor: Mrs. Bodin along with all Committee leaders
Purpose:Student Council is an organization conducted by students and supervised by adults. The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community.
Who: Open to students of exceptional character that willing to lead others in a positive way. Please fill out this application.
When: The general meetings will be the 2nd Friday of every most months. The first meeting is Friday, October 11th. Each committee will have its own meetings. Once students have been assigned their committee sponsor will set meeting dates for them.
General Meetings this school year are:October 11, November 8, December – no meeting, January 17, February – no meeting, March 6, April 3, May 8
Committee meetings will be held before school at 8:00 am.
Community Service Fridays
Garden Club Every other Wednesday
School Store Meet every Wednesday and students will be assigned a shift to work at the school store (Tues, Wed, or Fri.)
Tom Cox Intermediate will start its very first pep squad, the Timberwolf Spirit Squad! If you are intersted, please plan to meet on Thursday, August 29, 2019, after the last load of buses. Spirit squad practices after school on Thursday afternoons.
Spirit Squad Character Traits:
- High level of school spirit.
- Enthusiastic about learning and performing cheer and dance routines.
- Model good citizenship in ALL areas of school life.
Spirit Squad Responsibilities:
- Participate in practices on a regular basis.
- Perform dances and cheers at school assemblies.
- Maintain passing grades and good conduct.
- Have Fun!
Spirit Squad has a cost of $13.
Sponsors: Jada Dyson, Jessica Weninger, and Mrs. Urbano