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School Clubs and Organizations

Student-Initiated Organizations

Students, are you interested in getting a club going at Wellington Middle-High School? All student-initiated clubs must first start with an application each year. If you need to reapply for a club from last year, or would like to start a new club, please fill out the student-initiated organization application here or reach out to Mr. Buffington (marcb@psdschools.org). Whether it is a school sponsored club, or student-initiated clubs, they will not be able to meet until the application is approved through Poudre School District for the 2023-2024 school year.

Students please help us populate our list of student-initiated clubs for the 2022-2023 school year by filling out this application

Middle School Student-Initiated Organizations

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (Middle School) - the purpose of Fellowship of Christian Athletes is Christian fellowship

  • When: Thursday morning, before school
  • Where: G204
  • Student Contact: Cortlen Graham
  • Staff Monitor: Tanya Cienfuegos-Baca (tcienfue@psdschools.org)

Magic: the Gathering Club - A place to play cards and hangout once a week after school.

  • When: Wednesday after school
  • Where: G202
  • Student Contact: Nathaniel Pickett
  • Staff Monitor: Emily Faupel (efaupel@psdschools.org)

D&D Club- To make new friends, be silly, and learn something new while playing D&D

  • When: Monday and Tuesday after school
  • Where: C217
  • Student Contact: Paige Caryl
  • Staff Monitor: Sasha Gore (agore@psdschools.org)

High School Student-Initiated Organizations

Students please help us populate our list of student-initiated clubs for the 2022-2023 school year by filling out this application

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (High School) - the purpose of Fellowship of Christian Athletes is Christian fellowship

  • When: Wednesday during lunch
  • Where: Upstairs commons
  • Student Contact: Tobin Phillips
  • Staff Monitor: Craig Smith (csmith@psdschools.org)

Radio Club - To advance student's knowledge of the art of amateur radio and it's various aspects

  • When: Wednesday after school
  • Where: C224
  • Student Contact: Tobin Phillips
  • Staff Monitor: Debbie Holman (dholman@psdschools.org)

School-Sponsored Organizations

Middle School School-Sponsored Organizations

Chess Club - This organization will provide a positive environment for students to play chess, learn to think strategically, develop problem-solving skills, and practice sportsmanship while playing chess.

  • When: Monday before school
  • Where: Orchestra Room
  • Student Contact: Clint Kunkel 
  • Staff Monitor: Noah Walker (nwalker@psdschools.org)

Dance Fever - This club's is to build the community of people who love to dance in Wellington and learn different styles of dance.

  • When: Friday, 4:15 - 5:15
  • Where: Performing Arts, A106
  • Staff Sponsor: Jenna Riep (jriep@psdschools.org)

GSA (Middle School) - the purpose of the GSA is to create an atmosphere where students of all gender identities and sexualities feel safe, respected, and valued. It is a place for LGBTQIA+ students and allies to socialize, have fun, and come up with ideas for promoting a school culture of mutual respect, inclusion, and acceptance. 

Kindness Club (Middle School) - the purpose of the Kindness Club is to spread kindness throughout the school and be role models to show others tiny acts of kindness can make big difference.

  • When: Tuesday morning, before school
  • Where: G201
  • Student Contact: Adelyn MacArthur
  • Staff Monitor: Katie Zenisek (kzenisek@psdschools.org)

Math Olympiad - the purpose of Math Olympiad is to inspire students to engage and learn math while engaging in social interactions with peers.

  • When: Wednesday, During 7/8 Lunch (11:05-11:45
  • Where: D219
  • Staff Sponsor: Laura Nestler (lnestler@psdschools.org)

National Junior Art Honor Society - The National Art Education Association serves to and incudes peer recognition, leadership opportunities, college and career prep, recognition of art programs, art service opportunities, and awards and college scholarship opportunities.

  • When: Every Thursday or Friday on even days
  • Where: D107
  • Staff Sponsor: Katie Mills (kmills@psdschools.org)

Student Voice - the purpose of Student Voice is to engage student perspectives in guiding systematic and cultural change within Wellington Middle-High School.

  • Stay tuned for meet times and contact information once the application is approved for the 2023-2024 school year. This organization will not be meeting until approval for the school year has happened.

High School School-Sponsored Organizations

Drumline-This club will meet once a week before school to rehearse with marching percussion instruments. The club will perform at school events throughout the year to promote school spirit and to provide extra performance opportunities for our high school music students.

  • When: Thursdays 8:00-8:55am
  • Where: Large Ensemble Rehearsal Space (A-Wing)
  • Staff Sponsor: Bill Cleary (wcleary@psdschools.org)

FFA- Future Farmers of America is a state and nationally chartered club that is a requirement to teach Agriculture classes in a public school. We have monthly events and annual fundraising throughout the year. Additionally, there are student competitions throughout the year that the students participate in and must be passing their classes to participate.

French Club- The purpose of French club is to give students interested in French a chance to casually chat and learn more about the French language and francophone cultures while having lunch.

  • When: Thursday During high school lunch
  • Where: WL Kitchen (D212)
  • Staff Sponsor: Caroline Lundeen (clundeen@psdschools.org)

GSA (High School) - the purpose of the GSA is to create an atmosphere where students of all gender identities and sexualities feel safe, respected, and valued. It is a place for LGBTQIA+ students and allies to socialize, have fun, and come up with ideas for promoting a school culture of mutual respect, inclusion, and acceptance. 

Key Club - Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Key Club aims to provide high school students with invaluable experience in living and working together and to prepare them for useful citizenship. Our members develop initiative and leadership skills by serving their schools and communities. Key Club is a self-governing, student-led organization

  • When: Tuesdays and Wednesday during high school lunch
  • Where F201
  • Staff Sponsor: Mary Stalnaker (mstalnak@psdschools.org

Mock Trial Team - the purpose of Mock Trial is to develop an understanding of civil & criminal trial process, while also competing in the Colorado Bar Association Tournament.

National Art Honor Society - the National Art Eucation Association has been around for over 40 years and it's purpose includes peer recognition, leadership opportunities, college and career prep, recognition of art program, art service opportunities, and awards and college scholarship opportunities. Being an honor society, students need to adhere to standards/bylaws including but not limited to: maintaining a 3.0 in all art classes and may not have more than one grade <1 in all classes at any given time.

  • When: Every Thursday or Friday on even days
  • Where: D107
  • Staff Sponsor: Katie Mills (kmills@psdschools.org)

Sexual Assault Resource Team (SART) Peers - The Sexual Assault Resource Team (SART) Peers Program is a peer-led sexual violent prevention education program that has been approved by Poudre School District for more than 20 years. This peer education program utilizes the enthusiasm, talent, and credibility of high school student leaders to inform youth about sexual violence, consent education, and being an upstander.

  • When: 8th period even days and during High School Lunch as needed 
  • Where: Student Council Classroom and/or the Counseling Office
  • Staff Sponsor: Katie Delahunt (kdelahunt@psdschools.org

The Eagle Eye WMHS Literary Magazine - the purpose of Literary Magazine is to produce and publish a collection of high school student artwork, photography, prose, poetry, and other fit-to-print creative works. Student staff members learn how to promote the book as they encourage their peers to submit; they learn how to advertise to sell copies of the book; they learn how to establish criteria for publication and editing skills to polish submissions; and they learn design, layout, and formatting with digital tools as they choose the book's theme and create pages.

TSA- Technology Student Association is designed to continue to develop and relate student skills in technology, photo and design and apply these to state and national competitions. Class activities will relate to state competitions and events with various themes and goals.

Middle/High School-Sponsored Organizations

Drama Club (Combined Middle and High School) - to have students perform in plays and musicals for the school and community of Wellington. A drama club will be an extra curricular activity that allows students to perform, explore, and appreciate the arts. 

Gaming Club (Combined Middle and High School) - The purpose of Gaming Club is to bring people together through their common interest in gaming (Rocket League)

  • When: Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:15-5:30pm
  • Where: D116
  • Staff Sponsor: Mitch Gray (mgray@psdschools.org)

Rodeo Club (Combined Middle and High School) - the purpose of Rodeo Club is to connect with students who enjoy all things rodeo and teach those who want to get into it. 

Travel Club Travel Club will be for students who have enrolled in a school-sponsored EF Tours or Explorica trip to meet regularly and be able to fundraise at school for the upcoming trip.

For more information about student initiated or school sponsored clubs, please contact Marc Buffington, Assistant Principal & Activities Director at marcb@psdschools.org

Policies governing Poudre School District (PSD) activities and organizations can be found here and to learn more about clubs within PSD please click here.

PSD does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. A lack of English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation.