Cox Clubs & Activities
Clubs for the 18-19 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.
Tom Cox Intermediate will start its very first pep squad, the Timberwolf Spirit Squad! If you are intersted, please plan to meet on Tuesday, August 28, 2018, after the last load of buses. We will meet in Ms. Dyson’s class (last 5th grade hallway, room 117) Please read the information below about pep squad.
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!
There will be some financial resposiblities for shirts, but we will keep the cost as low as possible. More information about ordering shirts, pep rally dates and practice dates and times will be discussed at the first meeting. We look forward to an awesome pep squad year!
Sponsors: Jada Dyson, Jessica Weninger, and Chelsea Novosad
Who: Open to 5th and 6th graders, space is limited
When: Tuesdays at 8:10 in room #106, first meeting will be September 11th
How do you sign up: Sign up at lunch August 23rd and 24th
Sponsor: Ms. Wagner room #106
Theater Arts Club:
Description: An intro to Theater Arts. Throughout the year, we will play drama-based games and activities, learn basic lessons in improvisational acting, and put on a small performance (5-10 minutes) at the end of the school year for the student body. The club is not just for aspiring actors and actresses– we will also have opportunities for set design, costumes, and production!
Who: Open to 5th and 6th graders, space is 50 limited students. (Students cannot miss more than 2 club meetings per semester)
When: Wednesdays @ 7:50, Choir room
How do you sign up: Sign up at lunch August 23rd and 24th ( or with one of the sponsors). The first meeting will be Wednesday, September 5th.
Sponsor: Mr. Hunt, Ms. Pratt, Mrs. Urbano
Rubiks Cube Club
What: Learn to solve the Rubik’s Cube **Bring your own cube!
Who: Open to students that CAN NOT solve the cube. In January we will open the club to students that know how to solve the cube for competitions and mosaics (more info will come out in December).
Students should bring their own cube, any 3×3 cube will work.
When: The first Wednesday of every month in room 116. The first meeting is September 5th.
How do you sign up: Just show up on the first Wednesday to club.
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.
Click here for TSHIRT Order FormpdfForms are due by Monday, September 24.
Who: Open to students of exceptional character that willing to lead others in a positive way.
When: The general meetings will be the 2nd Friday of every most months. The first meeting is Friday, September 14th. 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 12, November 9, December – no meeting, January 18, March 8, April 12, May 10
This club is for 6th grade students who enjoy math puzzles, logic and challenges.
This club meets every other Tuesday morning in Room 304 at 8am.
Sponsor: Mrs. Sunday Hernandez.
Book Clubs meet for 9 week sessions, one in the fall and one in the spring.
We have several different books that students can choose from.
Mrs. Houck, our librarian, is our main coordinator. Please contact her for more information. We do make several announcements prior to each session, so listen to the morning announcements for more specific dates.